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India Movie Theaters Must Play National Anthem, Court Rules

Newsmax Thursday, 1 December 2016
India's movie theaters must play the national anthem before motion picture movie showings to encourage patriotism, the country's highest court ruled Wednesday.
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News video: India: High court rules Islamic verbal divorce unconstitutional

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A High Court in India has ruled the practice of Muslim men verbally divorcing their wives by simply saying 'divorce' three times being unconstitutional. Allahabad high court said that the practice will no longer be valid.

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