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Major News and Events of 02 January 2018

What Happened on 02 January 2018

More than 50 flights, 69 trains delayed due to fog in Delhi

Delhi was enveloped by dense fog on Monday which resulted in the cancellation of various flights and trains. More than 30 domestic flights and 20 international flights were delayed due to pollution and fog, and 69 trains were running late.

Instant triple talaq bill to be presented in the Upper House of the Parliament

Instant triple talaq bill is to be presented in the Rajya Sabha today. The bill claims Instant triple talaq or Talaq-e-biddat as a “cognizable and non-bailable offence”. The opposition can probably send the bill to a parliamentary committee, as per the reports. If the bill gets passed in the Upper house of the parliament today, then it will be passed to the President for signing it and then the bill would be drafted into a law.

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