Thursday Morning News Brief, September 28

Thursday morning brief Sep 28 2017
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In a major breakthrough, scientists, including Indians, detected the fourth gravitational wave. The first two detections were made in September and December 2015 in quick succession and the third one came on January 4, 2017. Until the first detection of gravitational waves, they existed only in Einstein’s theory.

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​ Pakistan said it received a proposal to swap Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav for a terrorist who carried out the 2014 Peshawar school attack. Foreign minister Khwaja Muhammad Asif, however, did not specify the name of the terrorist and the National Security Advisor who had made the proposal.”The terrorist who killed children in APS (Army Public School) in Peshawar is in Afghan custody. The National Security Advisor (NSA) told me that we can exchange that terrorist with the terrorist you have, which is Kulbhushan Jadhav,” Asif said.

Airtel chief Sunil Mittal said collaboration with Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Hio and other industry players is needed. “None of us can do it alone. We will all have to come together, while we compete head-on, for the benefit of customers,” Mittal said at a time when his company is engaged in a bitter battle with Jio over a host of issues, including tariffs, interconnect charges, data speed and market share.
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The UPA government had chosen not to press for a continued freeze on the UK bank accounts of Bofors fugitive Ottavio Quattrocchi. CBI said. The counsel for UK’s crown prosecution service suggested attachment of Quattrocchi’s properties. The suggestion was rejected by then additional solicitor general Bhagwan Datta who said there was no justification of such a step.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the country’s top bureaucrats to “handhold” traders to resolve GST-related problems. He said the common man and the trader must benefit from this path-breaking decision. He reiterated that small businesses must register with the GST Network to take advantage of business opportunities.

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