Tuesday evening live blog, January 9

Tuesday evening brief Jan 9 2018
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
The Supreme Court has ruled that playing of the national anthem in cinema halls is not mandatory. This comes a day after the Centre informed the top court that it was in favour of modification of the November 2016 order, a complete turnabout from its previous stand on the issue. The apex court had on November 30, 2016 directed that all cinema halls must play the national anthem before the screening of films. See more
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North Korea and South Korea have agreed to hold military talks. North Korea also decided to send a high-ranking delegation and a cheering squad to the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in South Korea next month. A joint statement said the two countries agreed to hold talks after engaging in formal dialogue on Tuesday for the first time in more than two years.
BCCI has suspended Yusuf Pathan for five months on charges of doping violation. According to reports, 35-year-old Pathan had “inadvertently ingested a prohibited substance, which can be commonly found in cough syrups.” The BCCI has back-dated the suspension from 15 August 2017, effectively meaning it will end on 14 January 2018.
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The Supreme Court has hinted that the judgment on Cauvery water dispute between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka could be delivered in a month. A three-judge bench of the apex court had reserved its verdict on the appeals filed by Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala against the 2007 award of the Cauvery Water Dispute Tribunal on sharing of water, after marathon hearing on September 20, 2017.
US authorities have said that the country is not considering any proposal to change in H-1B extension policy. The announcement by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) came days after reports emerged that the Trump administration was considering tightening H-1B visa rules that could lead to deportation of 7,50,000 Indians. The reports had said it was mulling ending extensions for H-1B holders.
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