Friday Morning News Brief, October 6

Friday morning brief Oct 6 2017
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China started fresh road-construction activity about 10 km away from the Doklam face-off site. India has not yet objected to it as it is not southwards towards the militarily-sensitive Jampheri Ridge area like before. “The PLA is now using the construction material and bulldozers it had brought to the face-off site at Doklam to improve the road it built in the region some years ago,” said a source.
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The Centre is all set to announce a series of relief measures to smoothen the implementation of GST. The panel of state and Union finance ministers is expected to ease exporters’ pain by allowing electronic payment of taxes through “virtual currency”. Centre and the states are also expected to allow for filing of quarterly returns by businesses with turnover of up to Rs 1.5 crore.
The Supreme Court expressed concern over abusive and derogatory comments on social media and said there should be curbs. The court also hit back at those alleging that judges were increasingly becoming “pro-government”. It said such accusations were unfortunate and people should come and sit in courtrooms to see how courts “hauled up” the government to protect the rights of citizens.
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In the biggest-ever international football tournament on Indian soil, India will take on the United States today evening at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. At DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai, New Zealand will play Turkey and Paraguay will play Mali. The FIFA Under-17 World Cup, which begins today, is not only a massive boost for the sport in India but a showcase for the country’s ambitions to be a magnet for the biggest, best sporting events.
The Pakistan army said it is close to a decision on the mercy petition of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav. Jadhav, a 46-year-old retired Indian Navy officer, was in April sentenced to death by Pakistan’s Field General Court Martial on charges of his alleged “involvement in espionage and sabotage activities” against Pakistan.
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