Saturday Evening News Brief, October 28

Saturday evening brief Oct 28 2017
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Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
A study conducted by Association for Democratic Reforms revealed that DMK is the richest regional party. The figures, analysed and released by ADR, found that during 2015-16, DMK had the highest income of Rs 77.63 crore among all regional parties, followed by AIADMK at Rs 54.93 crore and TDP at Rs 15.97 crore. The report noted that the top three regional parties with the highest expenditure were JD(U), which spent Rs 23.46 crore, TDP (Rs 13.10 crore) and AAP (Rs 11.09 crore). Read.
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Catalonia’s police force told its officers to remain neutral in the struggle over the region’s fight for independence from Spain. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy dismissed the Catalan government, took over the administration and called a new election after the regional parliament made a unilateral declaration of independence on Friday, aggravating Spain’s worst political crisis in four decades.
PM Modi today called for a debate on internal democracy in political parties and praised media for supporting ‘Swachh Bharat’ campaign. “Whether democratic values are a part of their (parties) core values or not, should be debated widely. I believe that the development of a true democratic spirit within political parties is necessary not only for the country’s future but also for democracy,” the Prime Minister said.
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Sharing details of consumers for commercial purpose may soon attract punishment under the consumer protection law. The proposal by the government comes amid increasing reports that e-commerce companies might be selling data for commercial gain. The need to protect private data of consumers was flagged by the secretary general of UN Conference on Trade and Development Mukhisa Kituyi on Thursday
Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti convenor Hardik Patel issued an ultimatum to Congress warning the party to clarify its stand on quota for Patidars. Threatening to disrupt the party&#39;s campaign rallies in poll-bound Gujarat, Patel said that if Congress does not take a <a href=”https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/quota-for-patidars-hardik-patel-gives-ultimatum-to-congress/articleshow/61296552.cms”>stand on reservation for Patidars</a> by November 3, &ldquo;there will be incidents like the one at Amit Shah&#39;s rally in Surat.&rdquo;
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