Sunday News Brief, December 17

Sunday evening brief Dec 17 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
ISI set up a honeytrap for three Indian officials in Islamabad to extract sensitive information from them. Fortunately for India, the bid was foiled as authorities got wind of the plot before any classified document could be passed on to ISI. The officials, whose names are being withheld because investigations are still on, were recalled from Pakistan earlier this week after they revealed the ISI plot and are currently being questioned. Read.
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Interpol has turned down NIA’s request for a red corner notice against controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik. The plea was rejected on the ground that no chargesheet was filed against Naik at the time of submission of the request. NIA, however, was quick to clarify on Saturday that the ground was merely a “technical” one, as the chargesheet was filed subsequently on October 26, 2017, “a fact that Interpol did not take cognisance of”.
UIDAI has prohibited Bharti Airtel and Airtel Payments Bank from conducting e-verification (eKYC) for existing and new customers. The unprecedented measure comes after allegations that the telecom major had surreptitiously on-boarded customers to its bank while carrying out their Aadhaar verification. The move will mean that any new customer that comes to Airtel, or its payments bank, will not be able to have a fast-track and paperless biometric authentication through Aadhaar.
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Former anchor of India’s Most Wanted television series, Suhaib Ilyasi was convicted by a Delhi court of murdering his wife. IIyasi was arrested in March 2000 after his wife was rushed to a hospital from their east Delhi house with fatal stab wounds. During interrogation, Ilyasi claimed that his wife had stabbed herself during a heated argument with him. Charges were framed against him after his in-laws alleged that he had tortured Anju for dowry.
PV Sindhu defeated Chen Yufei of China in straight games to enter BWF Super Series Finals. The 22-year-old Indian dished out a controlled game of badminton to outclass the Glasgow World Championship bronze medallist Chinese opponent 21-15, 21-18 in a match that lasted a little less than an hour. Sindhu will play top seed Akane Yamaguchi of Japan in the summit clash on Sunday.
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