Wednesday Morning News Brief, November 8

Wednesday morning brief Nov 8 2017
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The BJP is observing ‘anti-black money day’ while the Congress-led oppposition a ‘black day’ to mark the first anniversary of demonetisation today. BJP leaders, including many Union ministers, have fanned out across the country to highlight the “benefits” of demonetisation. Calling the measure “anti-people”, the Congress and several opposition parties are holding protests against note ban in several parts of the country. Unfazed by the opposition criticism, the BJP has claimed deminetisation led to a cleaner economy.
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A major conspiracy to spread communal disturbance in Punjab was hatched by the ISI, claimed chief minister Amarinder Singh. He said that Punjab police force had cracked the string of targeted killings of religious leaders in the state by busting a terror module managed by Pakistan-based ISI. Amarinder said ISI was working in tandem with gangsters and “cells” abroad to destabilise Punjab.
A video showing IndiGo staff manhandling a passenger surfaced yesterday following which the airline apologised for the incident. In the video, a passenger is first seen being stopped from entering a coach, then pulled back by a ground staff. Another airline employee is seen restraining the traveller. The incident happened on October 15. IndiGo President and Whole Time Director Aditya Ghosh apologised and said stern action was taken against the staff.
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Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu will battle for supremacy in the women’s singles final of the Senior Badminton National Championship today. Both star shuttlers notched up contrasting victories in their respective semifinals to set up a mouthwatering women’s singles clash at the Divisional Sports Complex in Nagpur on Tuesday. The men’s singles final will also be held between the top two seeds – Kidambi Srikanth and HS Prannoy.
A Kabul TV station was back on the air on Tuesday moments after the end of an attack by gunmen who had stormed the broadcaster “The attack has ended. According to the commander of the special forces all the staff who were inside the building have been rescued,” Shamshad TV announced as it went back on the air. A Shamshad news presenter, with his hands bandaged, told viewers that 20 colleagues had been wounded. Six were in a critical condition.
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