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Saturday Morning News Brief, March 31

Mar 31, 2018
Saturday morning brief Mar 31 2018
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India and Pakistan yesterday announced they have agreed to mutually resolve all issues about the treatment of diplomats. The agreement follows claims and counter-claims by the two countries about harassment of each other’s diplomats. India and Pakistan yesterday reiterated a code of conduct arrived at in 1992 to ensure that diplomatic staff are not subject to rough treatment. Read
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An emotional David Warner today said that he was resigned to the prospect of never playing cricket for Australia again. The former vice-captain issued an abject apology for his role in the Cape Town ball-tampering scandal and said his actions had been “inexcusable”. “There’s a tiny ray of hope that I may one day be given the privilege of playing for my country again but I’m resigned to the fact that that may never happen again,” he said.
The CBI has filed a preliminary enquiry against ICICI CEO Chanda Kochhar’s husband and Videocon group chairman Venugopal Dhoot. Sources said the PE will seek to ascertain veracity of the allegations that Dhoot provided crores of rupees to a firm promoted by Deepak Kochhar and two relatives six months after Videocon group got Rs 3,250 crore as loan from ICICI Bank in 2012.
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The I-T department has frozen cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu’s bank accounts over a tax dispute. The department attached the former cricketer’s bank accounts after he failed to provide documentary evidence to substantiate his income and refused to pay tax dues. An agency report earlier said Sidhu’s tax dues amounted to Rs 52 lakh.
Saudi authorities will no longer retain the passports of Indian crew members on arrival. Two Indian airlines, Air India and Jet, fly to Saudi and their crew used to get passports back while flying out of the country. India had taken up the issue with the authorities there and the country has now stopped this practice.
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