Monday morning news brief, April 23

Monday morning brief Apr 23 2018
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Indian Space Research Organisation is gearing up to launch a slew of military satellites in the coming months. Isro will launch a dedicated satellite, Gsat-7A, for the Indian Air Force (IAF) in September and an advanced remote sensing satellite, Risat-2A, for surveillance purpose by the end of the year. More
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked BJP leaders to refrain from making ‘irresponsible” statements’. In an interaction with the party’s MPs, MLAs and other representatives, Modi said leaders at times jump to make statements in front of the media and end up providing “masala”. There is no point then blaming it for controversies, he said.
Profiling an Aadhaar user is near impossible even if authentication record is known, said UIDAI. Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) sources said profiling was not possible from the authentication history. UIDAI CEO Ajay Bhushan Pandey submitted his transaction log to Supreme Court and officials said the submission was to demonstrate what a transaction log looked like.
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Sabrina Lal, sister of Jessica Lal who was shot dead in April 1999, has no objection to the release of Manu Sharma from Tihar jail. “I am told that in this period he has been doing good work for charity and helping inmates in jail which I feel is a reflection of reform,” said Sabrina Lal. In a letter to the welfare officer, Central Jail No 2.
BJP president Amit Shah said the Centre had taken several measures for empowerment and safety of women. “The champions of equality should not teach us. In our culture, women have status of deity. Our culture is ahead of equality and women are seen as on the top of the social hierarchy,” Amit Shah said.
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