Wednesday morning news brief April 12, 2017

Wednesday morning brief Apr 12 2017
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The team bus of German football club Borussia Dortmund was attacked with explosives yesterday, leaving one palyer injured. Police said three explosions went off near the bus as it left the hotel in Dortmund, shortly before the start of the team’s Champions League clash with AS Monaco. It shattered glass windows on the bus and injured defender Marc Bartra. Read
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Former Union law minister Veerappa Moily has called the chorus against EVMs a “defeatist” mindset. He argued that the credibility of EVMs are beyond doubt, and slammed the Congress for joining the ‘populist’ chorus against EVMs with 15 other Opposition parties. He said joining such tirade with regional parties will further erode the Congress’ base.
KYC and Aadhaar details for accounts opened between July 2014 and August 2015 have to be submitted by April 30. The accounts might be blocked in case of non-compliance. Banks and financial institutions were asked to obtain self-certification for all individual and entity accounts opened during the period to comply with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act pact signed by India and US.
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The Supreme Court has ordered shutting down a mobile tower after complaint from a man that it has given him cancer. The complainant from Gwalior said, the BSNL tower illegally installed on a neighbour’s rooftop had exposed him to harmful radiation for the last 14 years. Activists allege, radiation from mobile towers cause harm in animals and birds. But the government says this is not backed by any scientific evidence.
Pakistan released 63 Indian fishermen with their seven boats, after Indian Coast Guard rescued two Pakistani marines in the high seas. The Pakistani boat with six on board capsized after a collision off the Jakhau coast. Indian sailors rescued two commandos while an ICG ship recovered bodies of three others who had drowned. The Indian fishermen were then released in a ‘goodwill gesture.’
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