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Daily Newsletter | Tuesday, April 18, 2017
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4 lakh companies face deregistration for not filing I-T returns
As part of the crackdown on shell companies, over a third of the 11 lakh active Indian companies face the prospect of their names being struck off or deregistered as they have failed to file their returns for three financial years.
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Govt to break doctors-pharma companies’ nexus
In a major step to break the nexus between pharmaceutical companies and doctors pushing expensive branded medicines, PM Narendra Modi on Monday said that the government would put in place a legal framework to ensure doctors prescribe low cost generic medicines to patients.
FIR against Sasikala’s nephew for bid to ‘bribe’
Delhi Police crime branch on Monday registered an FIR against Sasikala’s nephew T T V Dhinakaran, who is deputy general secretary of AIADMK (Amma), on charges of allegedly attempting to bribe officials of the Election Commission to get the frozen “two leaves” symbol for his party.


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Villagers mock cops, announce reward of 25 paisa on murder accused in UP
Lampooning police for their inefficacy to arrest four accused, who had shot dead a class X student a year ago followimg a dispute over a cricket match, villagers in the Etah district of UP have stuck pamphlet and bills across Nagla Moti announcing a reward of “25 paisa” to anyone who share the whereabouts of the four youths.
Taxi drivers threaten one-day strike in Delhi on Tuesday
Commuters are likely to face a difficult time on Tuesday as a section of taxi drivers has threatened to go on an one-day strike, even as autorickshaw drivers are planning to take out a protest march in front of the chief minister’s residence.


Moto Z Play will get Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS, confirms company executive
The Motorola Moto Z Play was launched last year with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box. The handset in February this year received the Android 7.0 Nougat OS version.
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WhatsApp may soon get ‘change number’ feature
Users can choose to send their new phone number to all contacts, to only those who they chat frequently with, or not use the feature at all.


IPL 2017: SRH beat KXIP by 5 runs in a thriller
Manan Vohra’s 50-ball 95-run knock was trumped by a superlative bowling effort by Bhuvneshwar Kumar (4-0-19-5) as Sunrisers Hyderabad won a thriller
Knight Riders beat Daredevils by four wickets
Manish Pandey (69*) and Yusuf Pathan (59) played superb knocks to guide Kolkata Knight Riders to a four-wicket win over Delhi Daredevils in the Match 18 of the IPL at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in Delhi on Monday.
EPL: Terry to leave Chelsea at the end of season
Chelsea great John Terry will leave the club at the end of the season, the Premier League leaders announced on Monday. The 36-year-old former England central defender has spent his entire professional career at Stamford Bridge.


Rupee slips 11 paise to 64.52; global jitters weigh
Nervousness due to the ongoing tensions between US and North Korea predominantly kept forex market sentiment shaky. Sluggish domestic equities also weighed on trade, though smooth supply of dollars due to persistent capital inflows into equities and debts largely cushioned the fall.
Sensex ends slightly lower on global cues
After reaching the day’s low of 29,363.28, the BSE benchmark Sensex on Monday recovered partially before settling down 47.79 points, or 0.16 per cent, at 29,413.66 — its lowest closing since March 27.
Ola, Uber drivers might go off road tomorrow
The strike might hit private transport service in Delhi and other neighbouring cities as some groups of tourist taxi providers, autorickshaw union, as per agitating Sarvodaya Drivers’ Association, have extended their support to the protest.


Snapchat fiasco: Bollywood celebs react
The Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel caused a storm with his alleged statement that India is too poor a country to expand its business. The B-town celebs spoke their hearts out on the social media.
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