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November 21: Top 5 Catch points of the day, that you should not miss

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 21 November 2017, 17:45 IST

From the 'run machine' of Indian cricket Virat Kohli recently completed his 50th International century in style, to Centre is likely to introduce a bill in the winter session of the Parliament to end Triple Talaq.

1- Virat Kohli moves to 5th spot in Test ranking; check out the list inside

The 'run machine' of Indian cricket Virat Kohli recently completed his 50th International century in style. Kohli with the help of his 104 knocks in the first Test match against Sri Lanka climbed up to the fifth spot in the latest ICC Test rankings.

2- Triple Talaq law likely to come in winter session

The Centre is likely to introduce a bill in the winter session of the Parliament to end Triple Talaq.

The Supreme Court, in August, had passed the order terming the system of instant Talaq (divorce) as "unconstitutional."

A suitable law, if put in place, will make the practice an offence under the penal provisions of the country.

3- Pradyuman murder case: Gurugram court grants bail to bus conductor

The Gurugram District Court on Tuesday granted bail to bus conductor, Ashok, in the Pradyuman murder case.

On Monday, Ashok's lawyer, Mohit Verma, had said that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had not presented any evidence against his client.

Speaking to ANI, Verma said, "The CBI has not been able to present any evidence against him (Ashok). Also, the DNA has not matched".

4- US to impose "highest level" sanctions on N. Korea: Trump

United States President Donald Trump has said that he will impose "highest level" of sanctions on the North Korea.

The Hill quoted President Trump as saying that the decision "should have happened years ago" and will ramp up pressure on the "murderous regime" to "end its unlawful nuclear and ballistic missile development."

5-I want Deepika Padukone's head saved, respect her freedom: Kamal Haasan on 'Padmavati' row

Legendary actor Kamal Haasan, who is all set to start his political career, came in support of Bollywood heroine Deepika Padukone over the ongoing controversy over the release of her upcoming film Padmavati. Kamal Haasan on Tuesday tweeted that he wanted the head of Deepika Padukone "saved".

-With agency inputs

First published: 21 November 2017, 17:45 IST
 
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