Sunday Morning News Brief, October 8

Sunday morning brief Oct 8 2017
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India defeated Australia by nine wickets in the rain-curtailed first T20 of three-match series. It was the seventh consecutive win for India in the shortest format against the Aussies, the last win came way back in 2012 at Dhaka in the ICC World T20. Kohli’s 14-ball-22 not out had three boundaries and Shikhar Dhawan also hit three fours in his unbeaten 15 as they cruised to the target in 5.3 overs, taking a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
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Former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan featured in the list of probables for this year’s Nobel Prize in Economics. He is one of the six economists on the list of probable winners compiled by Clarivate Analytics, a company that does academic and scientific research and maintains a list of dozens of possible Nobel Prize winners based on research citations.
Ryan Augustine Pinto, CEO of Ryan group of Institution, could be a part of the conspiracy behind murder of Pradyumn, the CBI said. “Possibility of him being member of the conspiracy behind murder of master Pradyumn in the washroom of Ryan International school, Bhondi, Gurugram on September 8 and its abetment, destruction of the evidence by him cannot be ruled out,” says the premier agency.
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The 21st century police cannot be a ‘brute force’ but will have to be a ‘civilised’ unit, home minister Rajnath Singh said. “There are situations when the police have to use force to tackle crowds and mobs but a lot of prudence is required in that,” Singh said. The minister also urged the police forces to use new technology and psychological solutions to “control and divert the minds” of the rampaging crowds during a protest.
Film director Kundan Shah, best known for ‘Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro’, passed away following a heart-attack yesterday. Shah was a master of social satire, best reflected in two television serials – Nukkad and Wagle Ki Duniya. Nukkad humanised the urban underclass, creating characters who hang about on street corners. Wagle Ki Duniya, based on characters created by the peerless R K Laxman, was a wry exploration of an office clerk’s everyday life.
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