Saturday morning news brief, October 28 2017

Saturday morning brief Oct 28 2017
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The Bureau of Civil Aviation Security has clarified on the identity documents to gain entry to airport terminals. Dispelling all confusion, BCAS said Passport, voter ID, Aadhaar, Pan Card, driving licence, service ID and a few other documents may be produced to enter airport premises. Identity certificate issued by a Group A gazetted officer on official letterhead with passenger’s attested photo will also be valid. Read.
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Japan and US are nudging India to close the “quadrilateral” circuit by including Australia in a strategic dialogue. But India remains wary of doing so just yet, and is questioning who would dominate the “agenda” of such a formation. The quadrilateral arrangement aims to be a grouping of countries all looking to balance China, using an international rules-based order to counter China’s aggressive power play.
Indian shuttlers PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth and HS Prannoy stormed into the semi-finals of the French Open Super series. Sindhu decimated China’s Chen Yufei 21-14, 21-14 to score a straight game victory. Srikanth rebounded after losing the first set to beat his Chinese opponent 8-21, 21-19, 21-9. Prannoy dismantled Jeon Hyeok-jin of South Korea 21-16, 21-16 in a straight set win to set up a semi-final clash with Srikanth.
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Rahul Gandhi’s elevation as the Congress party chief might happen after the Gujarat elections in December. The party said it has time till December 31 to complete the organisational election process and take a decision on the matter. “We have time till December 31 to complete the whole process and report it to the Election Commission,” a party spokesperson said.
The Spanish Prime Minister announced he had dissolved the Catalan parliament and called regional elections for December 21. Mariano Rajoy also said he had removed Catalonia’s separatist leader Carles Puigdemont and his executive from office. Director of the Catalan regional police force, the Mossos d’Esquadra, and Catalan government representatives in Madrid and Brussels have also been removed.
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