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Don't read from news clippings, Speaker tells law minister

IndiaTimes Thursday, 25 July 2019
Speaker Om Birla asked Ravi Shankar Prasad not to read from news clippings and name newspapers while referring to instances of instant triple talaq when the law minister was moving for consideration the triple talaq bill in Lok Sabha. The minister also named a national daily while referring to a news. He was asked not to take newspaper names while making his point.
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