Friday morning news brief, Nov 10 2017

Friday morning brief Nov 10 2017
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Customers may soon pay less tax at service outlets and on consumer goods if they opt for for digital payments. The move is being mulled as an incentive to pay by card and plug leakages. Fuel outlets already offer a cashback for card payments. The introduction of GST was expected to help check evasion but retailers and services providers are refusing to accept cards and continue to encourage the use of cash. Read
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BJP will win Gujarat elections with 113-121 seats while the Congress will get 58-64 seats, a survey has shown. It hinted at a recovery by the Congress, with the party going neck and neck with the BJP in Saurashtra. It was ahead of the BJP in North Gujarat by 7% votes. But Congress seems to be in trouble in its traditional stronghold of Central Gujarat, trailing BJP by 16% votes.
Gurgaon police planted the murder weapon on a school bus conductor in the Ryan school murder case, a CBI probe found. The probe has established that the knife belonged to a senior student of the school who is said to have confessed to the crime. This demolishes Gurgaon police’s theory that a bus conductor, who was even made to confess, tried to sexually assault the victim, before slitting his throat.
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Rajinikanth is likely to reveal his political entry on December 12, his birthday. A source said Rajini will not join the BJP or another party, but form a new political outfit. Both Rajini and Kamal Haasan, another new entrant to Tamil Nadu politics, will compete for the neutral votes of people who look for a change beyond the AIADMK and the DMK.
An SC bench will probe if middlemen were in nexus with judges to fix orders enabling admissions into debarred medical colleges. The matter concerns the arrest of former Orissa HC judge for allegedly helping a medical college in UP enrol fresh students on the strength of orders controversially passed by two judges of Allahabad HC’s Lucknow bench. The colleges in question were debarred for lack of infrastructure.
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