Monday Evening News Brief, October 16

Monday evening brief Oct 16 2017
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Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
Rajesh and Nupur Talwar today walked out of the Dasna Jail after being acquitted in the Aarushi-Hemraj double murder case. The Allahabad High Court in its October 12 verdict said neither the circumstances nor the evidence were enough to hold them guilty. Aarushi Talwar was found dead in her bedroom in the Talwars’ Noida home on May 16, 2008. Hemraj’s body was found the next day from his room on the terrace.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Gujarat has always been treated like a ‘thorn’ by the Gandhi family and their party. “The Congress has always had a negative approach toward the development of Gujarat. History is witness to what they did to Sardar Patel and Morarji Desai,” the Prime Minister said. “Congress blamed us in every possible manner. But when they saw there was no impact on us, they started blaming our development works,” he added.
Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman commissioned the anti-submarine warfare stealth corvette INS Kiltan at the Eastern Naval Command. Kiltan is the latest indigenous warship after Shivalik class, Kolkata class and sister ships INS Kamorta and INS Kadmatt to have joined the Indian Navy’s arsenal. “INS Kiltan strengthens our defence system and will be a shining armour in our ‘Make in India’ programme as it is totally built here,” Sitharaman said.
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BJP MLA Sangeet Som questioned the Taj Mahal’s place in history and termed Mughal emperors as ‘traitors’. “Many were sad when the Taj Mahal was removed from the list of historical places. What kind of history? What place’s history? Whose history? The history that the man who built the Taj Mahal imprisoned his father? The history that he wanted to wipe out the Hindus from all of Uttar Pradesh and India?” asked Som.
An AirAsia flight from Australia to Indonesia was forced to turn back to Perth after losing cabin pressure. Air Asia said the plane suffered a “technical issue” with Australian media reporting that the aircraft had to quickly drop from 32,000 feet to 10,000 feet 25 minutes after take-off. “The safety of passengers and crew is our priority,” the budget airline said in a statement.
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