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Saturday Morning News Brief, April 28

Apr 28, 2018
Saturday morning brief Apr 28 2018
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The Centre is planning to build 96 more Indo-Tibet Border Police (ITBP) border outposts (BoPs) along the 3,488 km long India-China border. Having 96 more BoPs will reduce the inter-BoP distance on this icy frontier which will enhance the operational capabilities of jawans and will prove to be a deterrent to frequent Chinese transgressions and incursions into Indian territory. The new posts will also help reduce the time taken by the troops to travel on this arduous terrain & help in supplies of rations to the posts located at the altitude of 12,000 to 18,000 feet.
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Facebook Inc has warned its users and investors of more data leaks. In its quarterly report shared with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), without mentioning Cambridge Analytica, Facebook said it expects to discover and announce more “instances of misuse of user data or other undesirable activity by third parties”. Either way, “the discovery of the foregoing may negatively affect user trust and engagement, and adversely affect our business and financial results,” the social-media giant said in the filing.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the Centre’s plea seeking review of its March 20 judgment, which did away with the provision of mandatory arrest under the SC/ST Act. Appearing before a bench headed by Justice Goel, attorney general K K Venugopal said the Centre had filed its written submissions in the case and it was ripe for consideration. The bench agreed for an urgent hearing and posted it for May 3. The AG informed the court that four states had separately filed petitions seeking review of the March 20 judgment.
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Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao yesterday said he would unite all regional parties to bring about ‘a qualitative change’ in India. “The way we created an earthquake and persuaded the country’s political system and realised Telangana state; in a similar way, we will unite the country, move like a bird and unite all regional parties in the coming two-three months to bring about a qualitative change in the country,” KCR said, adding, “I warn Congress and BJP leaders to be on alert as a federal front is going to be formed.” Read more
Union Public Service Commission yesterday released the final result of Civil Services Exam 2017 on its official website. While Hyderabad candidate Anudeep Durishetty topped the list, Anu Kumari and Sachin Gupta occupied the second and third spot respectively. “I am really happy to get this result today. I am grateful to all the people who supported me throughout. It wasn’t an easy journey, but I am happy to be here,” Anudeep said.
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