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Indian airports may lose INR 650 Cr if proposed duty-free sales restrictions are imposed

According to a report, if the proposed duty-free sales restriction will be imposed then Indian airports will likely lose INR 650 crore per annum. The Association of Private Airport Operators claimed that if the liquor allowance will be reduced from two liters to one liter and ban on cigarettes will be in effect then there will be a disastrous effect on the domestic aviation industry. They even claimed that this will encourage smuggling. Src: https://bit.ly/30K9PHf]

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J&K is a bilateral issue, will be solved bilaterally: India on Trump’s offer to help

US President Donald Trump had offered his help to resolve the issue of Jammu & Kashmir between India & Pakistan before his meeting with Pak PM Imran Khan. India responded to this statement by saying that Kashmir a bilateral issue and will have to be solved bilaterally and has further claimed that for any conversation to take place between the two countries, Pakistan will have to shun terror first. Pak PM Imran Khan has been raising the issue of Kashmir and had demanded Donald Trump and the international community to intervene. Src: https://bit.ly/2v8q84V

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There is a positive environment in Kashmir, says Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said that he had interacted with locals at Lal Chowk and there is a positive environment in J&K valley. He further added that they are spreading positivity among other people by communicating with them and creating a strong environment of change. Naqvi talked about the outreach programmed by the Central government and said that it should be held more to connect with people. Src: https://bit.ly/2ReUEmi

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Karnataka cricket body fined with INR 50k for using plastic cups by B’luru Municipal Corp

Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) has been fined with a penalty of INR 50,000 by City civic body Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) for using single use plastic cups during the recent India-Australia one day international match. The state cricket association head Vinaya Mruthyunjaya claimed that the civic body gave a general notice without detailed information on plastic use and said that they have been environmentally friendly for the last many years and all gates security has made sure no plastic or flex was allowed inside the stadium. Src: https://bit.ly/30JH6lQ

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