Saturday Morning News Brief, Jan 6

Saturday morning brief Jan 6 2018
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China is in talks with Pakistan to build its second overseas military base near Chabahar, a Washington Times report said. According to reports in the Chinese and US media, after US President Donald Trump’s outburst on Pakistan, the country is boosting its economic and defence ties with Beijing. China is likely to acquire the Pakistani military base close to Iran’s Chabahar port to set strategic sea routes. Read
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The Rajput Karni Sena refused to agree on the release of the film Padmavati. It rejected the compromise between the censor board and the makers of the film and threatened of dire consequences if the film is released. Issuing an open threat to filmmakers and the government, Sukdev Singh Gogamedi, the national president of the Rajput Karni Sena, said the censor board and the BJP government will be solely responsible for the ‘consequences’ that follow the release of the film.
The Supreme Court is set to decide whether women too can be charged with adultery. The question whether a woman and a man in an adulterous relationship can be treated as partners in crime spurred the Supreme Court on Friday to reexamine the validity of the the Indian penal Code’s Section 497 which, for the last 158 years, has absolved married women from being charged with adultery.
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A parliamentary panel has accused airlines in general and Indigo in particular of malpractices. The panel also slammed the aviation ministry for not doing enough to rescue flyers facing rude staffers, rip-off cancellation charges and missing flights after slow check-in, among other issues. “A boom in flying has led to a surge in consumer complaints… unprofessional behaviour at all levels of customer interaction… (this) is enhanced by lack of (aviation) ministry mandated guidelines (for) customer protection,” said the panel report.
The fire at Mumbai’s Kamala Mills last week originated from Mojo’s Bistro and not the 1Above restaurant, a probe has revealed. According to the investigation, the fire originated from a charcoal stove which is used to light a hookah at Mojo’s and rapidly spread to the unauthorized tarpaulin roof at 1Above. The investigation report is expected to change the course of the police investigation, which began with filing of five FIRs against 1Above owners. 14 people were killed in the fire tragedy last week.
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