Tuesday morning news brief, Nov 28 2017

Tuesday morning brief Nov 28 2017
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Here’s everything you need to know to start your day…
The government may ask airlines to scale back the cancellation fee from the current Rs 3,000. The move follows the recent hike in cancellation charges effected by some airlines. Such high charges, say travel experts, could prevent people from booking tickets early to get low fares. MoS civil aviation Jayant Sinha has ordered a review of the exorbitant amount charged by airlines. Read
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US President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka has reached Hyderabad for the Global Entrepreneurship Summit. The inaugural session will be addressed by PM Modi, Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao and Ivanka. She will also be part of a discussion on increasing women in the workforce through skills training, education, and mentorship tomorrow. US President Trump will address the summit via a video conference.
South Korea has asked its companies to refrain from investments in Pakistan occupied Kashmir. “South Korea fully understands India’s sensitivity. We will try to refrain these companies from working in PoK,” South Korean vice minister for foreign affairs Cho Hyun said. The issue came up after Pakistan tried to get investment in energy and infrastructure projects in PoK and Gilgit-Baltistan.
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The Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations will reduce the score threshold to pass the Class X and XII boards. The pass marks for Class X students will be reduced from 35 to 33, and for Class XII from 40 to 35 from the academic session that starts in 2019. This has been done to bring parity between students of various boards, a school association official said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has stressed on benefits of lower GST being passed down to consumers. He has asked the consumer affairs department to give “special focus” to complaints regarding GST amid reports that many businesses were not passing on the benefit. The consumer affairs ministry has already notified state governments to ensure that labels of packaged products reflect new prices after reduction in GST rate.
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