Friday Morning News Brief, Dec 29

Friday morning brief Dec 29 2017
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At least 14 people were killed and several injured in a massive fire at Mumbai’s Kamala Mills compound. The fire at a four-storey building broke out shortly after midnight on the third. A majority of those who died were women attending a birthday party at a rooftop restaurant, police said. The 28-year-old woman celebrating her birthday was among those who died. A case has been filed under with charges of culpable homicide. Read
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Anil Ambani’s Reliance Communication received a bail-out of Rs 23,000 crore from brother Mukesh. This comes as a massive relief for Anil’s company which is debt ridden with loans of nearly Rs 45,000 crore, and was facing bankruptcy proceedings. The deal, announced late yesterday evening, marks the exit of Anil’s RCom from the consumer telecom space.
The Lok Sabha yesterday passed the Triple Talaq Bill, which will now go to the Rajya Sabha. The BJP government managed to pass the bill criminalising triple talaq despite a section of the opposition demanding changes in the proposed law and a small minority rejecting the proposed legislation. The bill is likely to face a rough time in the Rajya Sabha, as the BJP government is in a minority in the upper house. The opposition is expected to insist on a review of the bill by a Parliamentary panel.
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The BJP moved a privilege motion in the Rajya Sabha against Rahul Gandhi. The reason for that is the BJP says Rahul &#39;twisted&#39; finance minister Arun Jaitley&#39;s name to &ldquo;Jaitlie&rdquo;. The <a href=””>Congress </a>president was alluding to the fact that he believes the BJP fast and loose with the truth. RS chairman Venkaiah Naidu said he is examining the motion moved by BJP MP Bhupendra Yadav.
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