Wednesday morning news brief, January 31

Wednesday morning brief Jan 31 2018
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Opposition is wary of PM Narendra Modi’s proposal for simultaneous polls, fears it may give him weapon to subdue incumbency. The opposition does not appear keen on PM Modi’s proposal for simultaneous Lok Sabha and assembly polls, suspecting that this might be a bid to make the entire exercise a presidential-style campaign that could subdue incumbency. Apart from constitutional issues raised by former finance minister P Chidambaram, opposition leaders feel that the move can deliver an advantage to BJP. Read more
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Income tax (I-T) department yesterday attached Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan’s Alibaug bungalow, labelling it ‘benami’. The I-T department has provisionally attached actor Shah Rukh Khan’s bungalow in Alibaug by terming it benami property and filed a report before an adjudication authority to confirm the attachment. Khan needs to file a reply before the authority within 90 days. Once the adjudication authority confirms the attachment, I-T authorities can initiate criminal action too.
China is likely to retaliate against US President Donald Trump’s trade actions. American businesses in China are gearing up for a possible retaliation from the Chinese government if Trump follows through on his pledge to take strong action against what he regards to be Beijing’s “unfair trade” practices. This was revealed by the American Chamber of Commerce in China (AmCham China) ahead of Trump’s first State Of The Union address scheduled for Tuesday morning.
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The Supreme Court yesterday said apprehensions of profiling of citizens on the basis of Aadhaar data is a serious issue that needs examination. The apex court expressed concern over private entities being allowed to use the Aadhaar platform. “Profiling is a very serious issue and we have to engage our mind on that aspect. But equally important is that the government has been able to provide benefits to communities under the scheme. It allows doorstep delivery of services to people,” Justice D Y Chandrachud, who is part of a five-judge Constitution bench, said.
MEA announced yesterday the government would not issue orange-coloured passports to Indian nationals who needed an emigration clearance certificate. The Modi government has decided to reverse two ill-conceived passport decisions. In a statement on Tuesday, the ministry of external affairs spokesperson said the government would not issue orange-coloured passports to Indian nationals who needed an emigration clearance certificate. It has also decided not to discontinue printing the last page of the passport, which is used as a valid proof of address.
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