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SC Verdict on Instant Triple Talaq Against Shariat: Jamaiat Ulama-i-Hind

SC Verdict on Instant Triple Talaq Against Shariat: Jamaiat Ulama-i-Hind

Just a day after the historic verdict of the Supreme Court, which has made instant triple talaq unconstitutional and illegal, the Jamiat Ulama-i Hind, has expressed that it opposes the verdict. As per reports in a leading newspaper, Jamait has supported the Apex Court for equating the Muslim personal law with fundamental rights under the Constitution.


Aetna Mailer Accidentally Reveals HIV Status Of Up To 12000 Customers

Aetna Mailer Accidentally Reveals HIV Status Of Up To 12000 Customers

The envelopes had plastic windows to show the name and address of the customer, but the windows also revealed part of the first paragraph of the letter. The company noted that the vendor handling the mail had used a window envelope, and in some cases, the letter could have shifted in a way that allowed personal health information to be viewable through the window.


Pennsylvania couple sees 'Jesus' in ultrasound of baby

Pennsylvania couple sees 'Jesus' in ultrasound of baby

Just days before she was due to give birth to her third child, Alicia Zeek says she experienced Divine Intervention. Zeek's first daughter was born with preaxial polydactyly, which means she had an additional digit on her hand - in this case, an extra thumb, WPMT reported.


McDonald's to phase out antibiotics in chicken

McDonald's to phase out antibiotics in chicken

Yesterday's announcement also noted a more immediate milestone: removal of a group of antibiotics called HPCIAs (or highest priority critically important antimicrobials) from all broiler chickens used in Europe, Brazil, Canada, Japan, and South Korea.


Excessive force won't solve Myanmar's Rohingya crisis, says Annan panel

Excessive force won't solve Myanmar's Rohingya crisis, says Annan panel

She has the moral authority and political support to make it happen, and everything to gain in this endeavor. The report warned of the dangers of further polarization between the Muslim and Buddhist communities in Rakhine. In a recent interview, he admitted the government had used the commission as "a shield" when accused of human rights abuses. "We really hope that the government will implement our recommendations", he told a news conference in Yangon.