Saturday evening news brief, Nov 25, 2017

Saturday evening brief Nov 25 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
Violent clashes broke out when Pakistani forces tried to evict Islamist protesters from streets of Islamabad. A security person was killed and over 150 others were injured today. The protesters are demanding resignation of the law minister for changes made about ‘finality of prophethood oath’ in the Elections Act 2017. A court had ordered that the streets be cleared of protesters. Read
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All revised I-T returns filed after demonetisation will come under the scanner. The government has told tax offices to accept only those revised returns where there is a “bona fide inadvertent error” on part of the assessee. If inquiries indicate dubious manipulation to legitimise undisclosed cash deposit, then the assessee should be taxed at a higher rate under the anti-abuse provisions of the law.
CBI is examining call records and bank details of Gurgaon police personnel who arrested a school bus conductor in the Ryan murder case. According to an official, the ‘lapses’ in the police investigation were too glaring to just be seen as sloppy work. Sources said members of the police team would soon be served notices barring them from going on leave or leaving the city. CBI has detained a Class 11 student of the same school for the murder.
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Argentinian socer star Lionel Messi has extended his contract with Spanish club side Barcelona until 2021. With his previous contract set to expire in 2018, Messi could have left Barca for free next summer had he not extended his deal. “The buyout clause was set at 700 million euros ($835 million),” a statement from the club read.
Terrorists abducted and killed a 23-year-old Territorial Army jawan in Kashmir. His bullet-riddled body was found on Saturday in Shopian district of south Kashmir, the Army said. The deceased was identified as Irfan Ahmad Mir, a resident of Sezan Keegam. Chief minister Mehbooba Mufti and former CM Omar Abdullah have condemned the killing.
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