Monday Evening News Brief, May 22

Monday evening brief May 22 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
Triple talaq is an undesirable practice, the Muslim Board told Supreme Court. The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) told the Supreme Court that it would issue an advisory to the qazis to tell bridegrooms that they will not resort to triple talaq to annul their marriage. In an affidavit, the board said that it has decided to issue an advisory through its website, publications and social media platforms asking qazis to tell bridegroom at the time of execution of ‘Nikahnama’ (marriage contract) that they would not resort to “three divorces in one sitting” in case of differences as it was an “undesirable practice in Shariat”.
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Arun Jaitley filed a new defamation suit of Rs 10 crore against Arvind Kejriwal. The fresh suit was filed over use of an “objectionable” word by Delhi CM’s lawyer Ram Jethmalani in the Delhi High court. Jaitley, who holds the twin portfolios of finance and defence, filed the suit after Kejriwal’s counsel Ram Jethmalani allegedly abused him in open court during the proceedings of another defamation suit he had filed against the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief and five other party leaders.
China said there is no change in its stance on admission of non-NPT states into the NSG. This statement mars India&#39;s chances of entering the 48-member elite club at its crucial meeting next month. China&#39;s support is crucial for India as new membership in the NSG is guided by the consensus principle. After India applied for membership in the NSG, Pakistan &mdash; the all-weather ally of China &mdash; also submitted its membership bid with <a href=””>Beijing&#39;s backing</a>.
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The Indian climber who went missing after scaling Mount Everest found dead. 27-year-old Ravi Kumar, who went missing on Mount Everest, has died after he fell some 200 metres on his return after conquering the world’s tallest peak. With this, the total number of people who died from the Nepal side of Mt Everest has reached five. Nearly 300 people have died on Mt Everest since the first ascent to the peak was made in 1953.
Country’s first high-speed and feature rich train Tejas Express was flagged off today. Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu flagged Tejas Express from Mumbai’s Chatrapati Shivaji Station today. The new premium train will run five days a week between Mumbai and Karmali in Goa. During the monsoon season, it will run three days a week. The 20-coach modern train has executive class and chair class with the coaches having tea and coffee vending machines, magazines and snacks tables.
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