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Reform, Despite Nay-Sayers: (Indian Express, Editorial) The history of the abolition of sati is instructive for the triple talaq debate.

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‘Cattle sale curbs will help to regulate trade’: (The Hindu)

SC issues notice to Centre on petitions.

‘Cattle sale notice curbs religious freedom’: (The Hindu)

The Centre had on May 26 banned the sale and purchase of cattle from animal markets for slaughter through an Environment Ministry notification — ‘Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Regulation of Livestock Markets) Rules, 2017’ under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act. No time to work: (The Hindu, Editorial) With ratification of conventions on child labour, we must have assessment of violations.
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EPFO plans drive to dissuade closures: (The Hindu)

Provident Fund to enable subscribers to get money within a day of filing claim.

Government unveils tit-for-tat public procurement policy: (The Hindu)

Nations that exclude Indian suppliers will face similar curbs.

Why India stands to gain?:

Driven by domestic consumption, the Indian economy is poised to do better than most others. Climate change is as much local as it is global: (Live Mint, Editorial)

We don’t need to look far for examples of climate change effects. There are many local stories in our own backyard

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