Morning news brief, Aug 28 2017

Monday morning brief Aug 28 2017
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Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
9000 security personnel have been deployed in Rohtak ahead of the sentencing of Dera Sacha Sauda chief. The Army too has been put on standby. Over 100 prominent Dera followers in Rohtak were taken into custody and 10 congregation centres shut as a precautionary measure. CBI judge Jagdeep Singh will be flown to Rohtak jail to pronounce the quantum of sentence. Read
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In West Bengal, two youths were lynched, allegedly by a vigilante group that spotted a mini-truck carrying seven cows. The incident occurred in Gadong panchayat area of Dhupguri in Jalpaiguri district of North Bengal. When the persons in the truck failed to say where they were taking the cows, they were brought down from the vehicle and thrashed. Locals said cattle smuggling was rampant in the area due to the porous border with Bangladesh.
A 2% discount incentive may be given on GST in case of digital payments for bills up to Rs 2,000. The proposal, aimed at discouraging cash payments for smaller transactions, is being discussed between the finance ministry, RBI, cabinet secretariat and ministry of electronics and IT. Getting smaller cash transactions to go digital can facilitate entry of more people within the formal economy.
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The I-T department will now turn its scanner on those earning over Rs 5 lakh from fixed deposits. This will include senior citizens, who either do not show this in their taxable income or simply do not pay tax or file returns. The tax department is tapping information from banks that deduct tax on FDs. The efforts are part of a strategy to expand the number of return filers by around one crore.
Uber selected Dara Khosrowshahi, who leads the online travel company Expedia, to be the new CEO. Khosrowshahi emerged as the leading candidate over a weekend of board meetings with three finalists. One of them, Jeffrey Immelt, former chief of General Electric, withdrew on Sunday when it became clear that he did not enough have support. The other in contention was Meg Whitman, the chief of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
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