Friday evening news brief, April 07, 2017

Friday evening brief Apr 7 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad can fly again as govt orders AI to lift ban on him. The government move came despite the AI management telling the aviation ministry on Thursday that Gaikwad must apologize to the airline and its employees. However, Gaikwad had sent a ‘regret’ letter to aviation minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju on Thursday in which he had said that his earlier behaviour should not be seen as an indicator that such things will happen again.
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Social crusader Anna Hazare says Arvind Kejriwal has dashed all his hopes. Hazare said on Friday that he was pained to read about the allegations against Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal in the Shunglu Committee Report. He said Kejriwal has forgotten all principles in the pursuit of power. The Shunglu committee report indicted Kejriwal’s government for bypassing law, nepotism and financial irregularities among others.
TMC MP Dola Sen delayed AI flight by nearly 40 minutes over seating arrangement. The argument started today after Air India staff on board the flight requested Dola Sen to shift her senior citizen mother from the emergency exit seat, but going against the security protocols, the MP reportedly refused to do so.
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‘Neerja’ wins Best Hindi Feature Film and Akshay Kumar declared Best Actor at the 64th National Awards. Akshay Kumar bagged the award for his act in ‘Rustom’ while Ajay Devgn-directed ‘Shivaay’ won the award for Best VFX. Sonam Kapoor also got a Special Mention for her performance in Ram Madhvani directed ‘Neerja’. ‘Dangal’ girl Zaira Wasim won the Best Supporting Actress award.
United States fired cruise missiles at a Syrian airbase. The strike was the first direct US assault on the government of Bashar al-Assad in six years of civil war. US President Donald Trump ordered the step directly targetting Assad’s military with air strikes in punishment for the chemical weapons attack, which killed at least 70 people, many of them children.
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