SUN SUNI KHABAR MAY 25TH, 2016
Democratic National Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is under investigation by the entire Democratic party. An anonymous senior Democratic official said that there is a lot of quiet discussion, “in the cloakroom and in lunches”. The main concern stems from Schultz’s alleged toxicity after her criticism of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. Schultz claimed that Sanders had a “tepid response” to chaos at his campaign, comparing it to a Donald Trump rally. The Nevada chairwoman received death threats following her criticism of Sanders, but the Democratic candidate did not apologize for his supporters.
‘THE VOICE’ CROWNS FIRST FEMALE WINNER
After American Idol, the Voice is probably the biggest singing talent show out there. In its 10th season, after the finale of its rival, the Voice was doing better than ever. But its final was nothing short of historic for the show. Alisan Porter was crowned the first female winner of ‘The Voice’. Porter’s journey had been mesmerizing from the start, when she auditioned by singing a cover of Linda Ronstadt’s ‘Blue Bayou’. At her audition, Porter was told by Adam Levine that she would win the competition. She did so as part of coach Christina Aguilera’s team.
TALIBAN ANNOUNCE NEW WORLD
After a U.S. drone strike killed Taliban leader Mullah Mansour, the jihadist terror group announced that they have selected a new leader. Thomas Ruttig, from Afghanistan Analysts’ Network, said that Mawlawi Haibatullah Akhundzada was the natural successor to the former Taliban leader. Akhundzada was already Mansour’s senior deputy and a religious scholar. He is close with Mullah Omar, one of the religious leaders of the Taliban since 1994. Analysts say that Akhundzada was closely involved with religious study in the Taliban, in order to determine religious cover for the faction’s terrorist actions.
GOVT CLEARS POLICY THAT CREATES 21 MILLION JOBS
On Wednesday, India’s government passed a bill that would create 21 million jobs. In a statement following the decision, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the policy’s goal is to make India a “world-class hub for capital goods”. He went on to say that the government expects a growth of about 5 crores and nearly 22 million jobs. Furthermore, India expects its share of capital goods to rise to about 20% from 12%. Union Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu says that the “entire economy will get a flip” as a result of capital goods manufacturing. Furthermore, it seeks to increase technological knowledge, promote growth, and ensure mandatory standards.