Sunday Morning News Brief, August 10

Sunday morning brief Sep 10 2017
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The government issued an alert saying the terrorists could launch chemical attacks in aircrafts and other modes of public transport. The MHA alert said the terrorists could adopt chemical warfare capabilities to conduct chemical attacks by creating toxic gases from materials available at hardware store or from easily produced materials including chemical powders, pesticides, acids and water, disguised as medication, food, beverages or household cleaners .
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The wife of slain Colonel Santosh Mahadik, who was killed fighting terrorists, joined the Army as an officer. 38-year-old Swati Mahadik, a mother of two, was commissioned in the Army in the rank of Lieutenant and will be posted with the Army Ordnance Corps in Pune. Her husband Col Mahadik was killed in an anti-terror operation in Kupwara in north Kashmir in November 2015.
The Indian Embassy in the United States opened a round the clock helpline for Indians in the wake of hurricane Irma. “We are keeping sort of minute to minute watch on developments. We have set up hotlines. We are in touch with community leaders in Florida area,” Indian Ambassador to US Navtej Sarna said. Sarna also decided to bolster strength of the Indian Consulate in Atlanta, Georgia, The hotline number is 202-258-8819.
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A five-year-old girl was sexually assaulted by a peon inside a washroom of a private school in Delhi. The accused, identified as Vikas (40), has been arrested The incident comes a day after a seven-year-old boy was gruesomely murdered for resisting sexual assault by a bus conductor in a Gurgaon school.
Demonetisation helped tackle black money and force it into the formal economy, said BJP President Amit Shah. “There have been many debates on this, especially after the release of numbers by the RBI. I strongly believe that due to demonetisation, there will be a growth in formal economy. You need to accept that. Wherever the money was, now it is a part of the formal economy,” he said.
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