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Judiciary demoralised by cuts and ‘dilapidated’ courts

Lord Chief Justice says underfunding has left system struggling to recruit judges
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Saudi king backs son amid furor over Khashoggi murder

saudi king backs son amid furor over khashoggi murder
Saudi King Salman stood by the crown prince and heaped praise on the judiciary Monday, in his first public remarks since critic Jamal Khashoggi's murder tipped the country into one of its worst crises...
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Watchdog Group Asks Congress To Investigate Ivanka Trump Over Emails [Video]Watchdog Group Asks Congress To Investigate Ivanka Trump Over Emails  00:44

According to Refinery 29, A new Washington Post report found that Ivanka Trump used her personal email account for White House business, which is in violation of federal records rules. Now, the..

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In wave of historic election wins, Salon talks to new and returning members of Congress [Video]In wave of historic election wins, Salon talks to new and returning members of Congress  02:05

Salon looks back on the 2018 candidates and incumbents who shared their visions on SalonTV while on the campaign trail, including Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.), Rep.-elect Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.),..

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House Democrats Go After DOJ's Obamacare Decision [Video]House Democrats Go After DOJ's Obamacare Decision  00:55

Reuters reports that Democrats will scrutinize the Trump administration’s decision not to defend Obamacare in federal court. This when Democrats take control of the U.S. House of Representatives next..

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House GOP Want To Subpoena Comey and Lynch, Again [Video]House GOP Want To Subpoena Comey and Lynch, Again  01:01

Republicans will reportedly subpoena former FBI Director James Comey and former Attorney General Loretta Lynch to testify about the 2016 election.

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U.S. House Republican Subpoenas James Comey, Loretta Lynch [Video]U.S. House Republican Subpoenas James Comey, Loretta Lynch  00:42

Outgoing chairman of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, Republican Bob Goodlatte, is planning to subpoena former FBI Director James Comey and former U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch. Reuters..

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Graham's New Leadership Role Tees Up Split With Democrats

Sen. Lindsey Graham, set to take over the Senate Judiciary Committee in January, has become an increasingly outspoken Trump ally, creating a potentially sharp split between the chambers as Democrats..
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Maratha quota: State readies its legal defence

A day after the Maharashtra government said that it would provide reservation to Marathas under the Social and Educationally Backward Class category, the Bombay High Court has decided to hear a..
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Saudi Prince Mohammad bin Salman praises judiciary amid Khashoggi fallout

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All-men benches ponder over triple-talaq and Sabarimala

The idea of a reflective judiciary representing all sections of the society has only lately been recognized in India. Even though reflective judiciary has not been raised as an issue before the..
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Bureaucracy biggest hurdle of development: Former President Pranab Mukherjee

Former President of India Pranab Mukherjee, in his concluding lecture at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, termed "bureaucracy" as the "biggest hurdle" of our development. Mukherjee was..
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Judiciary can’t be divided on basis of caste, religion: Judge

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US House Republican to subpoena ex-FBI head Comey, ex-AG Lynch

Outgoing chairman of US House Judiciary Committee is planning to issue subpoenas compelling former FBI Director James Comey and former US Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
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Long road for Maratha reservation

The Maharashtra government has convened a special cabinet meeting on Sunday to ponder over the recommendations of the Backward Class Commission for Maratha reservation. However, constitutional experts..
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U.S. lawmaker says Facebook cannot be trusted to regulate itself

Democratic U.S. Representative David Cicilline, expected to become the next chairman of House Judiciary Committee's antitrust panel, said on Wednesday that Facebook cannot be trusted to regulate itself..
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Your account in 'violation of Pak law: Twitter warns WION's former Pakistan bureau chief Taha Siddiqui

Social network Twitter has warned two Pakistani rights activists against objectionable content, they said on Monday, a move that signals a continuing push by the south Asian nation to rein in free..
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Manipur fake encounter cases: SC dismisses plea seeking recusal of judges

Institutional integrity of the judiciary and the CBI must be maintained.says SC.
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Iran jails Foreign Ministry official for spying

An Iranian court has sentenced a man working for Iran's Foreign Ministry to 10 years in prison after convicting him of spying, judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Mohseni Ejei said on Sunday.
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Mass defiance of Supreme Court ban on fireworks shows how judiciary puts itself in peril due to overreach

The Supreme Court order imposed certain conditions on selling, purchase and bursting of firecrackers: a tradition among a large number of Indians, not just Hindus.
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Russia probe: Democrats seek urgent hearings on Trump sacking Sessions

Congressional Democrats on Thursday demanded emergency hearings in the U.S. House of Representatives to investigate President Donald Trump's ouster of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, calling the move..
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Have constitutional responsibility for oversight: House Dem leader Pelosi rejects Trump's warning

 The top Democrat in the US House of Representatives pledged a new era of congressional scrutiny over President Donald Trump on Wednesday, shrugging off White House threats of political warfare if..
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Hungary plans new courts overseen by minister, opposition cries foul

Hungary's government set out plans on Tuesday to create new administrative courts overseen by the justice minister - a move the leftist opposition has said will limit the independence of the judiciary.
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