Sunday Evening News Brief, April 1

Sunday evening brief Apr 1 2018
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
Three Army jawans were martyred and 11 terrorists were gunned down in separate encounters in south Kashmir today. Three civilians were also killed and dozens of others injured in clashes that broke out between protesters and security forces following three separate encounters in several parts of the region. Mobile internet and train services have been suspended in Kashmir as a precautionary measure following the encounters, officials said. Read more
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Delhi Police has revealed that the CBSE Economics paper was leaked 40-45 minutes before the start of the exam on March 26 by two teachers of a private school. The paper was also forwarded to a coaching centre tutor, Police said, adding that the coaching centre owner and two teachers have been arrested for their involvement in circulating the leaked question papers on WhatsApp groups. All the three accused have been sent to two-day police custody by Delhi’s Karkardooma court.
The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) yesterday lost contact with the GSAT-6A satellite, in less than 48 hours after its launch on Thursday. While Isro says it is trying to re-establish link, sources attributed the failure to a power system failure. GSAT-6A, is a high power communication satellite which was to have a mission life of about 10 years. It was to provide mobile communication for India with multi-band coverage facility-five beams in S-band and one beam in C-band.
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The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) has said that Aadhaar could be used effectively in tracking the ill-gotten wealth of corrupt bureaucrats. “We have prepared a concept paper. The idea is to prepare some kind of an operational procedure and if possible some kind of software so that once it is decided to investigate X, Y or Z, we can connect in a seamless manner with other departments to get the necessary details (regarding the person) using Aadhaar,” Central Vigilance Commissioner KV Chowdary told PTI in an interview.
Nationwide electronic or e-way bill system for inter-state movement of goods has been rolled out, with GSTN officials saying that the platform is working smoothly. From today, businesses and transporters have to produce before a GST inspector e-way bill for moving goods worth over Rs 50,000 from one state to another. Karnataka is the only state which has implemented the e-way bill system for moving goods within the state. Read more
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