Monday Morning News Brief, November 6

Monday morning brief Nov 6 2017
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Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
A man opened fire inside a church in a small south Texas community on Sunday, killing 26 people and wounding about 20 others. Authorities said a civilian with a gun confronted the attacker and chased him away. The gunman was later found dead in his vehicle. Those who were killed ranged in age from 5 to 72 years old. Investigators weren’t ready to discuss a possible motive for the attack. Read.

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The railways is all set to showcase its first ‘Swarn’ train today. The New Delhi-Kathgodam Shatabdi Express will be the first to be launched as part of the railways’ ‘Swarn’ project, which aims to renovate India’s premium trains, including the Rajdhanis and the Shatabdis. From on-board entertainment to trolley service for catering to new coach interiors, these elite trains are being upgraded at a cost of Rs 50 lakh each.
Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said free coaching may soon be provided to minority students taking civil services exams. He called upon the <a href=””>minority communities</a> to &ldquo;shed their inferiority complex&rdquo;, take the opportunities available, and empower themselves educationally. He further affirmed that the Centre had tied up with several educational institutions to provide free coaching to the minority civil service aspirants.
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The railway ministry said it will install Aadhaar-based biometric attendance systems across its zones and divisions by January 31 next year. According to a railway board order, the biometric attendance system will be first implemented in the offices of all divisions, zones, Metro Rail Kolkata, railways workshop, factories and production units by November 30. It has also instructed to check that the CCTV cameras be provided with the biometric machine.
The oil ministry is considering divesting 15 oil and gas fields discovered, developed and operated by state-run ONGC and Oil India Ltd to private companies. The government says the move will help induct &ldquo;<a href=””>world-class technology and management practices</a>&rdquo; needed to raise production. The mining lease will also be transferred to the private company chosen through bidding. The fields together have combined reserves of 791 million tonne of oil and 333.46 billion cubic meters of gas.
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