Monday Morning News Brief, July 3

Monday morning brief Jul 3 2017
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You will have to shell out up to Rs 32 more for a cooking gas cylinder. This increase in price is due to the twin impact of GST and a reduction in subsidy. Consumers will also have to pay more for the two-year mandatory inspection, installation, administrative charges for documentation for new connections and additional cylinders as these have been put in the 18% slab under GST.
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Barely 40% of the country’s youth in 18-19 age group are enrolled as voters. The difference between electors and projected population in the age group is most prominent in states like UP, Bihar, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, even as Kerala, Punjab and Andhra Pradesh and many smaller states are better off. To ensure that all young men and women about to turn 18 are aware of the need to enrol themselves as voters, the EC is also reaching out to future voters (15-17 years) through an interactive school engagement programme.
ED obtained non-bailable arrest warrant against Kashmiri separatist Shabir Shah. Shah is likely to be arrested this week after he refused to obey summons issued by agencies at least eight times in the last two years for allegedly receiving money from Pakistan through hawala channels. A case was registered against Shah by the special cell of Delhi Police in 2005. The probe found Shah continued to get paid through illegal channels from Pakistani authorities for subversive activities in India.
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Pakistan rejected India’s request for consular access to Jadhav yet again. Pakistan turned down the request 18th time, saying Jadhav is no ordinary prisoner and that India is attempting to deny the fact that he is a spy. The rejection comes after India and Pakistan exchanged lists of prisoners in each other’s jails under the 2008 Agreement on Consular Access. Since Jadhav’s arrest last year, Pakistan has rejected every Indian request seeking consular access to him.
CISF received best airport security award from World Quality Congress. The CISF was awarded for its security at the Delhi airport. It is the first time that a central paramilitary force has been recognized by WQC for its standards and professionalism in providing security. Around 56 million passengers use IGI airport every year. The independent body usually awards private sector companies for their standards in providing quality service.
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