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No clear skies for Triple talaq bill
For BBC News Hindi, Kirtish Bhatt comments on the The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill, 2017, popularly known as the Triple Talaq bill, again being held up in Rajya Sabha. The amendments to the bill were cleared by the Cabinet, but could not be taken up for consideration on the last day of the monsoon session due to lack of consensus among parties.
For The Economic Times, R. Prasad has a funny take on the Triple Talaq bill. The amendments in the bill pushed forward by the government included a clause that only the wife or close relative can file a case against the husband for instant divorce.
Cartoonist Manjul points to the irony of the times as the government pushes journalist Harivansh Singh as Rajya Sabha deputy chairman while ABP editors were made to quit under alleged pressure.
Ikea in India
In The Asian Age, Kushal Bhattacharya has a funny take as Swedish retail giant Ikea opened its first India store in Hyderabad. Ikea is famous for branding its products as self-assembly, which can turn out to be a fun as well as troublesome experience for the customers.
Satish Acharya in Mail Today has a laugh on the chaos the Ikea store caused to Hyderabad traffic. Since Ikea provides its customers instructions for assembling its products on their own, maybe they could provide some instructions to control the crowd in the city as well, suggests Acharya.
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