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July 11, 2015- News Headlines

by Giz TimesJuly 12, 2015

July 11, 2015- News Headlines- India
• India puts 5 UK built rockets into orbit in a single launch, the heaviest and largest commercial space mission for ISRO
• Prime Minister Narendra Modi accepts Pakistani Prime Minister’s invitation to visit Islamabad on the regional summit next year
• Sania MIrza reaches final with her partner Martina Hingis in Wimbledon tennis Championship
• Order for mediation between rapist and victim recalled by Madras High Court, convict’s bail cancelled
• Condemning terror in all forms, Pakistan promises to expedite trial in 26/11 Mumbai terror attack
• Amarnath yatra halted on both routes, as heavy rains disrupt normal daily life in most of north India
• India wins first ODI by 4 runs against Zimbabwe

July 11, 2015- News Headlines

July 11, 2015- News Headlines

July 11, 2015- News Headlines- World
• More than 800,000 people evacuated from China’s coastal areas, as met department anticipates the most powerful typhoon to strike Shanghai since 1949
• An explosion from a car bomb, severely damages Italian consulate in Egypt’s capital, Cairo; no group has yet taken responsibility for the attack, says embassy official
• With the release of her second and most anticipated novel next week, Go Set A Watchman, it is revealed that Harper Lee had planned 6 more novels after To Kill A Mockingbird
• Bolivian president gifts Pope Francis a crucifix combined with communist symbols leaving the Pope shocked; while Vatican tries to avoid a row
• Volcanic eruption in Indonesia causes three airports to shut down as the ash cloud interferes with aircraft safety, including major tourist spot, Bali
• Eurozone finance officials gather in Brussels to decide whether new Greek proposals are enough to secure third bailout and prevent a Eurozone exit
• Massive data breach involving 20 million people leads to director of the US Office of Personnel Management to step down in order to help the department look into the matter more freely
• Foreign office urges Britons holidaying in Tunisia to fly back home, fearing another terror attack, while Tunisia does all it can to protect the people
• A team at King’s College London reports that smoking may cause youngsters to develop Schizophrenia, as results show that nicotine in cigarettes alters brain

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