Monday Evening News Brief, July 31

Monday evening brief Jul 31 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
The government today extended the deadline for filing Income Tax Returns (ITRs) to August 5. It also extended the deadline for linking Aadhaar with the Permanent Account Number (PAN) till August 31.The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) issued a statement saying the dates have been extended on receipt of complaints from “some taxpayers” that they were unable to log on to the e-filing website of the Income Tax department. The CBDT further said that the returns will not be processed “until the linkage of Aadhaar with PAN is done.”
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Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar said nobody has the ability to challenge Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the 2019 general election. “Given the current political scenario, no one can compete with Narendra Modi,” Nitish Kumar told mediapersons at a press conference. On walking out of the grand alliance, the chief minister said, “Laluji did not give any clarification on corruption charges. How could I remain silent as I talked about zero tolerance on corruption? Now I have a feeling that they did not have a proper answer.”
Snapdeal today called off the talks for its merger with Flipkart, said it wants to pursue an ‘independent path’. “Snapdeal has been exploring strategic options over the last several months. The company has now decided to pursue an independent path and is terminating all strategic discussions as a result,” a Snapdeal spokesperson said in a statement. The spokesperson added that the company expects to be financially self-sustainable by selling certain non-core assets.
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Chinese soldiers entered into Indian territory and threatened shepherds grazing cattle in Uttarakhand’s Chamoli district. The incident took place on the morning of July 25 when a group of shepherds were asked to vacate the land by troops of the People’s Liberation Army, officials in the know said on the condition of anonymity. This is the second transgression, coming after the June 16 incursion by Chinese troops in Doklam in the Sikkim sector of the India-China border.
Batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar joined Prime Minister Narendra Modi in praising the Indian women’s cricket team. “My thoughts resonate with those of our PM @narendramodi shared on #MannKiBaat regd my fellow Indian women cricketers’ exemplary performance,” Tendulkar posted on his Twitter handle. PM Modi had on Sunday’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ said that the Indian team may have lost the World Cup, but they managed to win the hearts of 125 crore people.
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