Friday Morning News Brief, April 13

Friday morning brief Apr 13 2018
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Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
The CBI has registered three separate cases related to the alleged rape of a woman by a BJP MLA and his brother in UP’s Unnao district. Accused MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar is being questioned by the CBI officers, officials said. The victim had attempted suicide outside the residence of chief minister Yogi Adityanath triggering a massive political row over women’s safety in Uttar Pradesh. Later, the state police had arrested her father who died in judicial custody with autopsy suggesting several injuries on his body. Read more
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The Centre has accused the Supreme Court of encroaching into the legislative domain while diluting the arrest provision of the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act. The Centre said the judgement by Justices A K Goel and U U Lalit diluted the provisions of the SC/ST Act, “resulting in great damage to the country” and appealed that the verdict be “reviewed and recalled so that no basis for misunderstanding the judgment or its impact on the implementation of the Act would continue”.
A four-hour-long storm with strong winds and heavy rain claimed 42 lives and left a trail of destruction in Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan on Wednesday night. Most of the dead, which included many children, were victims of house collapses as the storm swept through UP’s Agra, Mathura and Firozabad districts before lashing Bharatpur and Dholpur in Rajasthan. “At many places, the victims were asleep,” said a senior officer. At least 200 people were injured and around 600 electricity poles came down.
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A leading bitcoin exchange firm in Delhi lost 440 bitcoins worth Rs 20 crore after most of its wallets were hacked. Delhi Police’s Cyber Cell confirmed the incident and said the firm, identified as Coinsecure, told them about the theft. A senior security officer found that all the bitcoins that were stored offline had vanished. It was later found that the private keys – the password that is kept by the company and is stored offline – were leaked online, leading to the hack.
Aadhaar-based biometric authentication and a smartphone will soon be all you’ll need to board domestic flights in India. The Centre will issue the all-approved template of this paperless, hassle-free “digi yatra” by the end of this month. The process could start by July at Bengaluru and Hyderabad, which have successfully conducted pilot projects. Among AAI airports, Kolkata, Ahmebadad and Vijaywada may be the first to get the new system.
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