Friday Evening News Brief, November 3

Friday evening brief Nov 3 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
Former Trinamool Congress leader Mukul Roy today joined the BJP in the presence of Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. “Without BJP, the Trinamool Congress could not have established itself. In the near future, BJP will grab power in West Bengal,” said Roy at the press conference where the announcement was made. Roy added that the BJP is “not a communal force, it is a secular force. Read.
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The Supreme Court has refused to pass an interim order staying the linking of Aadhaar with mobile numbers and bank accounts. The top court chastised banks and mobile telephone companies for creating panic by sending customers messages saying their accounts will be deactivated if they don’t link them to Aadhaar. The court further asked these institutions to scaring people, while it was hearing a plea from social activists to restrain the Centre from linking Aadhaar to bank accounts and mobile phone until a Constitution bench decides its validity
The Indian women’s team reached the final of the 2017 Asia Cup, beating defending champions Japan 4-2 in the semi-final in Kakamgigahara. Goals from Gurjit Kaur (7th, 9th minutes), Navjot Kaur (9th) and Lalremsiami (38th) underlined India’s victory, which took them to a fourth Asia Cup final; India won the title in 2004 and finished runners-up in 1999 and 2009. Rani Rampal’s team will face China in the final on Sunday, November 5.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserted that it was now easier to do business in India than ever before. India, he said, is one of fastest growing economies in the world and implementation of the Goods and Services Tax from July 1 has eliminated multiplicity of taxes. The prime minister invited global companies to come and invest in the food process industry in India, saying it offers immense opportunity.
Indian Railways has increased the monthly cap on tickets booked on the ICRTC portal from six to 12 for Aadhaar-verified passengers. The move, which came into effect on October 26, is an innovative way for the railways to encourage passengers to link their Aadhar numbers to their online booking accounts on IRCTC. IRCTC officials said passengers can continue to book up to six tickets a month without validating their Aadhaar cards.
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