Monday evening news brief, April 30

Monday evening brief Apr 30 2018
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
Charter industry today opposed police complaint against pilots and operator in the Rahul Gandhi plane snag case. The Business Aircraft Operators’ Association (BAOA) has pointed out that the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is the only agency that can probe aircraft snags and demanded that the issue of technical trouble in Gandhi’s flight not be politicised. The DGCA has already set up a two-member panel to examine the snags in the Falcon 2000 that flew the Congress chief to Karnataka last week. Read
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Lalu Prasad today alleged ‘political conspiracy’ behind his discharge from AIIMS even as the hospital said he was fit. In a statement today, AIIMS said the RJD supremo’s condition has improved significantly and he was therefore being referred back to the Ranchi Medical College. Doctors said Lalu was fit to travel. Speaking to reporters following his discharge, Lalu claimed it was a “political vendetta”, also claiming his life was under threat.
Twitter also sold data to Cambridge Analytica researcher, reports The Sunday Telegraph. Aleksandr Kogan, who created tools for Cambridge Analytica that allowed the political consultancy to psychologically profile and target voters, bought the data from Twitter in 2015, before the recent scandal came to light, The Sunday Telegraph reported. Kogan had established Global Science Research (GSR), which was granted access to Twitter data.
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Government is not considering cutting excise duty on petrol and diesel, said Economic Affairs secretary Subhash Chandra Garg. In an interview to PTI, Economic Affairs secretary Subhash Chandra Garg said oil prices can impact the government’s fiscal maths if they result in a spike in rates of domestic cooking gas (LPG) – the only commodity that is subsidised now. “Otherwise there is no direct subsidy any longer,” he said.
Rahul Gandhi attacked BJP and RSS over SC/ST marking on chests of Madhya Pradesh police aspirants. In a tweet, Rahul Gandhi blamed the incident on the thinking of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) adding that the Congress will defeat such thinking. Rahul also attached a picture of the candidates having marks on their chests.
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