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Rajnath Singh slams Congress over Article 370

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh while addressing party workers, slammed the Congress leaders for not supporting the abrogation of Article 370 and alleged that the party always indulged in vote bank politics. Singh stated, "After coming to power PM Modi made the one nation, one legislation and one nishan (Symbol)...Why the Congress is opposing it? The party while in power said that article 370 was temporary but never made efforts to remove it...for them, the vote was more important than the country". Src: https://bit.ly/2NzsDVn

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Uttar Pradesh: Two Bahraich women given instant triple talaq

In Uttar Pradesh's Bahraich district, two women (Sazrun Nisa and Sabina Nissa) have been allegedly given instant triple talaq. One of the woman has registered a complaint. Sazrun Nissa stated that her husband got involved in a relationship with a woman in his neighborhood and he gave her triple talaq over the phone. Sabina Nissa further added that her husband beat her badly and drove her out of the house and gave her triple talaq after which she registered a complaint against her husband. The police stated that legal action has been initiated against the husbands and have registered a case under new triple talaq law. Src: https://bit.ly/31YKzfP

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Govt should not regulate social media: Shashi Tharoor

Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, at an event, stated, "I have a profound mistrust of govts including my own and I think one of the great strengths of social media is that it is an unregulated space. I don't want govts to regulate Twitter or Facebook but I want them to practice some self-regulation of some kind and it should be better than what they are doing today". Earlier, Tharoor was speaking at the Mindmine Summit 2019 which was held between August 22-23 at New Delhi. Src: https://bit.ly/33YlZgQ

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Madhya Pradesh: 4 held for illegally transporting cattle

In Madhya Pradesh's Barwani region, around 40 bulls have been rescued and four people have been arrested for illegally transporting cattle. The police authorities have also seized five vehicles in which the bulls were being transported by the accused. The accused have been identified as Ajay Yadav, Hari Yadav, Dinesh Yadav, and Amit. The police authorities are making efforts to nab the fifth accused Hemant Garg. A case has been registered against the accused under Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act. Src: https://bit.ly/33SGb3Q

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