Thursday Morning News Brief, January 11

Thursday morning brief Jan 11 2018
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Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
Residential real estate prices dropped across the country due to GST and RERA, says a report.
According to Knight Frank, a consulting firm, 2017 residential prices fell by an average 3% across cities, with Pune witnessing the largest decline at 7%, followed by Mumbai at 5%. Prices in NCR, which had already fallen in the last six years, dropped another 2%, on average. The main reason behind the price drop is said to be poor demand. Read
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The Mumbai-Delhi air route was ranked the third-busiest domestic route in the world. A total of 47,462 scheduled flights operated between the two airports in 2017, with 130 flights operating daily, according to OAG Aviation Worldwide, a UK air travel intelligence firm. South Korea’s Seoul Gimpo-Jeju route (64,991 flights) and Australia’s Melbourne-Sydney (54,519), came in first and second position. The ranking is based on the number of total flights operated between two domestic airports and not two cities.
Mumbai police arrested the three absconding partners of ‘1Above’ restaurant. Kripesh Sanghvi and his brother Jigar were arrested in Bandra last night, while their partner Abhijeet was arrested this morning. The three were hiding after the fire tragedy which killed 14 people on December 29. The Mumbai police charged them with culpable homicide not amounting to murder. All the accused will be produced before the court at 12.30pm today.
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IIT Kanpur has started an online text and audio service related to Hindu sacred texts.
The Srimad Bhagwadgita, Ramcharitmanas, Brahma Sutra, Yoga Sutra, Shri Ram Mangal Dasji and the Narada Bhakti Sutra are among the nine texts that have been uploaded. Interestingly, the move comes a month before the Supreme Court is to regularly hear the Ram temple matter.
The Rajput Karni Sena has threatened to impose a ‘people’s curfew’ if ‘Padmavat’ is released in India. It said this &lsquo;curfew&#39; will be a peaceful protest against the screening of the film in theatres across the country. The chief of <a href=”http://”>Karni Sena</a>, Lokendra Singh Kalvi, said there were enough volunteers to participate in the &lsquo;curfew&rsquo;. He also said any theatre screening the Deepika Padukone-starrer would face &quot;detrimental consequences.&quot;
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