Sunday morning news brief, May 07, 2017

Sunday morning brief May 7 2017
Good morning!
Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
A national policy for women is expected to be unveiled soon. Under the policy, the government is considering lowering income tax for single women and also planning to introduce Aadhaar-linked health cards for free basic health check-ups for women. Government may also introduce Cashless medical service for pregnant women.
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Kapil Mishra was yesterday removed from Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s cabinet. Seen to be close to the Aam Aadmi Party founding member Kumar Vishwas, water and tourism minister <a href=””>Kapil Mishra</a> was dropped over what was described as &ldquo;poor performance.&rdquo; Mishra was also removed from the chairman post of the Delhi Jal Board. He was sacked on the eve of a &ldquo;massive expose&rdquo; he promised on the alleged water tanker scam in the Jal Board.
Secret intelligence documents reveal that Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI funds stone-pelters through the Hurriyat in J&K, says Times Now. The TV channel revealed that three suspected ISI agents arrested recently confessed to police that they regularly received money from the Pakistan high commission.
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All of UID’s systems are secure and will deter terrorists and money launderers, said its CEO. CEO Ajay Bhushan Pandey said that criminals who use fake Aadhaar IDs will be easier to catch because biometric data can identify an individual with more certainty.
India has overtaken China to become the world’s biggest 2-wheeler market. A total of 17.7 million two-wheelers were sold in India last year. That translates to 48,000 units every day. By comparison, 16.8 million units were sold last year in China.
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