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- Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani on Wednesday examined with Prime Minister Narendra Modi the developing nearness of the IS (Da'esh) in Afghanistan, and the proceeding with the convergence of psychological oppressors from Pakistan, amid his day-long visit to Delhi, government sources said.
Cabinet clears Rs. 3,466 crore dam improvement project. The government has approved a 65% hike and extended by two years, a project to improve the stability and working of dams in 11 States. Initially, the aggregate expense of DRIP was Rs. 2,100 crore with the States anticipated that would subsidize Rs. 1,968 crore and the Center Rs. 132 crore. At first, the six-year venture started on April 18, 2012, with a booked shutting on June 30, 2018.
- Big News on triple talaq, Describing as historic the ordinance making triple talaq a punishable offense, BJP president Amit Shah said on Wednesday that it was also a matter of introspection for political parties that forced Muslim women to suffer to preserve their vote bank.
- The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to share the confidential reports of Assam NRC Co-ordinator Prateek Hajela with the Union government. A Bench of Justices Ranjan Gogoi and Rohinton Nariman said it would not be in public interest.
- India’s neighbors Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka are among the countries that have banned the practice of instant triple talaq prevalent among Muslims for divorce. India and 22 other countries have banned it.