Monday Morning News Brief, April 10

Monday morning brief Apr 10 2017
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Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
The EC cancelled an April 12 bypoll in Tamil Nadu over the use of money power. Searches on the premises of an associate of Vijayabaskar (Sasikala faction) revealed that Rs 89 crore were “distributed to voters” in the RK Nagar Assembly constituency that was scheduled to have a bypoll later this week. The EC said the bypoll will be held in “due course when the vitiating effect created by the distribution of money and gift items to allure the electors…gets removed with the passage of time”.
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A former Navy SEAL said Osama bin Laden’s head had to be put together for identification after he was killed. In a book ‘The Operator: Firing the Shots that Killed Bin Laden‘, the ex-Navy man, Robert O’Neil, laid out the details of what went down that night inside the compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, the New York Daily News reported.
Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad may today travel by the same AI flight where he thrashed a staffer. If he takes the same AI 852, Gaikwad will find a welcome change as from today AI will deploy its latest Airbus A-320 Neo, with six business class seats. On March 23, the argument between the MP and the airlines staff started as the flight did not have any business class.
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UP Chief Minister Adityanath made rainwater harvesting compulsory for the construction of new houses. Expressing concerns over depleting groundwater levels, the CM asked the urban development department that a map of a to-be-constructed house will be passed only if it shows rainwater harvesting facilities.
Mumbai Indians pulled off a thrilling four-wicket win against Kolkata Knight Riders registering their first win in IPL 2017. Hardik Pandya blazed an unbeaten 29 off of just 11 balls to get Mumbai to 180-6 for a four-wicket victory, after the Knight Riders posted 178-7. In another match in Hyderabad, the Sunrisers beat the Gujarat Lions. Kings XI Punjab will take on Royal Challengers Bangalore in Indore today.
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