Thursday evening news brief, January 25

Thursday evening brief Jan 25 2018
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that ASEAN stands right at the “centre” of India’s Act East Policy. PM Modi, in his address at the opening session of ASEAN 2018 in New Delhi, highlighted that trade between India and ASEAN nations has “grown 25 times in 25 years”. “Your collective presence in India has touched every Indian. The nature of ASEAN-India partnership has evolved significantly,” Modi said. Read more
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Goods and Services Tax (GST) collection for December 2017 has come at Rs 86,703 crore, government data today showed. After falling for two consecutive months, revenue collections under the GST picked up and touched Rs 86,703 crore in December compared to Rs 80,808 crore in November. The December figures are based on collections made till January 24. 56.30 lakh GSTR-3B returns have been filed for the month of December 2017.
The BSF today strongly objected to Pakistan’s dastardly acts of sniping and said that unprovoked firing incidents would not be tolerated. The BSF and the Pak Rangers held a flag meeting on Thursday along the International Border (IB) in Jammu, during which the Indian side registered its “strong” protest on the recent spate of unprovoked firing incidents, asserting that such acts were unacceptable and would “not be tolerated”. The meeting was the first between the two sides since “heavy shelling and firing was experienced along the IB during the last week”.
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Haryana Police today assured theatre owners that they will receive protection to ensure ‘Padmaavat’ is screened peacefully. Promising that strict action will be taken against those involved in unlawful activites, DGP BS Sandhu said, “We want to assure movie-goers and cinema owners that they will get protection from the government and Haryana Police. There will be no laxity.” Reserve forces have also been deployed at malls and multiplexes to prevent untoward incidents.
BJP president Amit Shah today mocked Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah and said, “In Karnataka, Siddaramaiah means corruption and corruption means Siddaramaiah.” Amit Shah, while speaking at BJP’s Parivartana Yatre in Mysuru, appealed to the people to “uproot” the “corrupt” incumbent government in the state. He added that his party’s Parivartana Yatre was meant to change the lives of the youth and to assure women in the state of their safety, while working to change the government.
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