Saturday Morning News Brief, September 30

Saturday morning brief Sep 30 2017
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Veteran film, television actor and Padma Shri awardee Tom Alter has died aged 67. The renowned actor and one-time sports writer and author had been battling stage four skin cancer. A statement released on behalf of his family said: “It is with sadness we announce the death of Tom Alter, our dear husband and father. Tom passed away Friday night at home with his family and close family members in attendance. We ask for their privacy to be respected at this time.” He is survived by his wife Carol, son Jamie, and daughter Afshaan. Read
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Most businessmen may soon be allowed to file goods and services tax (GST) returns quarterly. The government is looking to allow quarterly filing of GST returns by a vast majority of businesses, instead of monthly, as it seeks to ease the compliance burden on them and also unclog the system that has been facing glitches due to overload. Sources said the move may take some time to implement as it has to be cleared by the law committee before it goes to the GST Council.
The five-member Supreme Court collegium headed by Chief Justice has resolved to devise a procedure to streamline the process to select judges. The move comes in the wake of public opinion, litigants and the government criticising the collegium for the ‘arbitrary and opaque’ process of selecting persons for appointment as judges and transfer of high court judges. Members of the collegium said it was the unanimous view in the selection body to lay down a procedure to avoid arbitrariness in decision making.
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India described as ‘an imaginary lie’ Pakistan’s assertion that it received an offer to swap Kulbhushan Jadhav for a terrorist. “You have seen what happened at the UN General Assembly – how a fake picture was shown to be from India but it turned out to be from another country. So, another lie has been added to the series of lies,” MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said at a weekly media briefing in Delhi.
Elon Musk, founder of SpaceX, is planning to launch a new rocket and spaceship that would help man land on Mars, in 7 years. The new rocket would be more powerful than the Saturn 5 rocket that took Nasa astronauts to the Moon. Musk called it BFR (The “B” stands for “big”; the “R” is for “rocket.”) For Mars colonists, the rocket would lift a spaceship with 40 cabins; and with two to three people per cabin, it would carry about 100 people per flight.
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