Monday Evening News Brief, November 20

Monday evening brief Nov 20 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
Madhya Pradesh chief minister has banned the release of ‘Padmavati’ in MP. The Rajput community had reportedly submitted a memorandum before CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan seeking a ban on the movie. This comes after the makers of ‘Padmavati’ voluntarily deferred the release date of the film. The film was earlier dated to release on December 1. Read.
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Sonia Gandhi slammed Modi government for its “arrogance” while referring to the delay in Winter Session of Parliament. “The Modi government in its arrogance has cast a dark shadow on India’s Parliamentary democracy by sabotaging the Winter Session on flimsy grounds. It’s mistaken if it thinks by locking the temple of democracy, it’ll escape constitutional accountability ahead of elections,” said Sonia.
First test match between India and Sri Lanka ended in a draw at Eden Gardens in Kolkata. Despite losing almost two days of play due to inclement weather, Indian bowlers put up a spirited show, pushing Sri Lanka on the brink but bad light meant the play ended early for fifth day in a row and the first Test ended in a draw. When the bails were drawn, Indian seamers had reduced the visitors to 75/7 under fading light, in chase of 231.
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China’s next-generation multi-nuclear warhead intercontinental ballistic missile may be inducted into the PLA early next year. The new missile &mdash; <a href=”https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/china/new-long-range-missile-may-be-inducted-into-pla-next-year-report/articleshow/61722296.cms”>the Dongfeng-41 </a>&mdash; also has a speed of more than Mach 10 and can use decoy devices and chaff to pierce its way through the enemy&#39;s missile warning and defence systems. The Dongfeng-41 is a three-stage solid-fuel missile with a range of at least 12,000 kms, meaning it could strike anywhere in the world from a mainland site.
The Unique Identification Authority of India today said that Aadhaar data is completely safe and secure. “Aadhaar data is fully safe and secure and there has been no data leak or breach at UIDAI,” the authority said in response to a report based on RTI that 210 government website made Aadhaar information public. “There was no breach or leakage of Aadhaar data from UIDAI database or server,” it said in a statement.
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