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Express 5: Tharoor faces marital trouble, Govt boosts medical tourism market | The Indian Express

Related. A look at five Express stories that you must go through before starting your day: 1. SC PULLS UP EX-JUDGE: Stressing that it was not expressing any opinion on a former law intern’s allegation that retired Justice Swatanter Kumar had sexually harassed her when he was a Supreme Court judge, the apex court Wednesday issued notices to Kumar, the registrar general of the court and the Union of India on the woman’s petition seeking an inquiry into the case. 2. MARITAL DISCORD: Union Minister Shashi Tharoor’s wife Sunanda Tharoor Wednesday alleged that her husband was having an “extra-marital affair” with a Pakistan-based journalist and that she would “seek divorce”. Accusing Tharoor of ‘affair’, Sunanda says will seek ‘divorce’ , Anubhuti Vishnoi reports. 3. AAP POLITICS: Senior AAP leader and Delhi Urban Development Minister Manish Sisodia Wednesday said there is a possibility that the party’s cadre could indulge in “political goondaism” and that senior leaders were “scared” and “conscious” of this. We know one path can lead to political goondaism: Sisodia. 4. BOOSTING FERTILITY: India has allowed the import of human embryos for artificial reproduction, opening up what is expected to be a huge segment of the medical tourism market. Abantika Ghosh and Surabhi report: In boost to infertility treatment, govt allows import of frozen embryos. 5. JANTA DURBAR: The scenes at the janta durbar of people who had reached the Delhi secretariat to get their complaints heard bore testimony to the fact that a centralised mechanism cannot be expected to succeed in resolving peoples’ complaints.
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