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Email | Coffin assault case: SCA to hear duo's appeal of sentences, convictions

The Supreme Court of Appeal will hear arguments by the convicted coffin assault duo, Willem Oosthuizen and Theo Jackson, on their sentences and convictions.

Russia: Jehovah’s Witness Homes Targeted In 28 New Raids, Now 20 Criminal Investigations

By Victoria Arnold Law enforcement officers, some armed and in body armour, raided a further 28 Jehovah’s Witness homes in May in Orenburg Region, the Jewish Autonomous Region, and the Urals city..
Eurasia Review

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News video: ‘Solo’ Falls Below Opening Weekend Box Office Expectations

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Even though 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' will take the top spot at the box office this weekend, its overall haul is looking much lower than expected. The film was expected to bring in $130-150 million..
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News video: More LGBT Issues Loom As Justices Near Wedding Cake Decision

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A flood of lawsuits over LGBT rights is making its way through courts and will continue, no matter the outcome in the Supreme Court's highly anticipated decision in the case of a Colorado baker who..
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News video: Actually, A Tomato Is A Fregetable. Or A Vruit.

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Arguments over whether a tomato is a vegetable or a fruit have raged seemingly forever. So much so that even the Supreme Court weighed in on the dispute. In fact, Business Insider reports tomatoes are..
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News video: After Suspension For Affair, Massachusetts Judge Resigns

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Massachusetts Judge Thomas Estes has resigned from his position amid controversy. Estes admitted to engaging in repeated sexual encounters and was suspended indefinitely. The Massachusetts Supreme..
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News video: Hillary Clinton Says She'd Like To Be CEO Of Facebook

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Hillary Clinton jokingly said she would prefer to be the CEO of Facebook, if she had the choice. Business Insider reports that the former presidential hopeful said she would like to lead Facebook..
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Congress spreading lies on SC’s Atrocities Act ruling: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday turned the tables on Congress and said the party had no respect for democracy and constitutional institutions including the Supreme Court, the Election Commission..

Kairana Lok Sabha bypolls: Rahul Gandhi rakes up farmers' plight to uproot BJP

The Opposition came out strongly to counter Prime Minister Narendra Modi's attempts to garner support of farmers in the sugarcane bowl of western Uttar Pradesh (UP) on Sunday where bypolls will be held..

PM Narendra Modi paves way for Kairana with mammoth roadshow

Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a 6-kilometre long roadshow in an open jeep to inaugurate the Eastern Peripheral Expressway and addressed a rally in Baghpat on Sunday. Both locations fall next..

Political parties out of purview of RTI, says Election Commission

Political parties are out of the purview of the RTI Act, the Election Commission has said in an order which is contrary to the Central Information Commission's directive bringing six national parties..

SC stays execution of death row convict in rape-cum-murder case of 11-year-old girl

The Supreme Court has stayed the execution of a death row convict who was awarded capital punishment for raping and murdering an 11-year-old girl in Madhya Pradesh last year.

Supreme Court stays death sentence of convict in 11-year-old's rape and murder case in Madhya Pradesh

According to the police, both of them had raped the minor girl, who was residing in their village along with her family, during the intervening night of 14-15 April last year and then killed her.

EC says political parties out of purview of RTI

"When the Central Information Commission has declared six national political parties as public authority, the Election Commission cannot take a position contrary to that unless the order of the CIC has..

Imran Khan eyes victory as Pak announces polls

The poll will bring to a head political tensions that have been building since former prime minister Nawaz Sharif was ousted by the Supreme Court on corruption charges and later barred from politics..

Never knew they would oppose India for the sake of opposing Modi: PM on Congress

PM Modi alleged that the Congress is openly lying even about Supreme Court orders just for politics.
Zee News

CAB to wait for Supreme Court's July 5 hearing

Supreme Court overrules Himachal HC's order, denies relief to IFS officer Sanjiv Chaturvedi

The Supreme Court has set aside a high court order that had declined to interfere with a plea made by Indian Forest Service officer Sanjiv Chaturvedi seeking a stay on a criminal defamation complaint..

Karnataka's last resort politics

'Where in parliamentary democracies around the world do political parties drag Supreme Court judges in the middle marches of the night to decide who will rule?,' asks Sunil Sethi.

'Attribution taken as violation of Military Code of Conduct': Pak Army pulls up ex-ISI Chief Durrani over new book

Taking umbrage at a book written jointly by former RAW and ISI chiefs, Pakistan Army has summoned Lieutenant General (retd) Asad Durrani to clarify his position on several topics raised by..

Supreme Court verdict on ex-CM home: Ghanshyam Tiwari knocks on guv's door

BJP leader and president of Deendayal Vahini, Ghanshyam Tiwari opened a front against chief minister Vasundhara Raje on Friday.

Vacant private medical college seats can be filled as per NEET merit list: SC

The Supreme Court today agreed to suggestions that the vacant post-graduate seats in private unaided medical colleges could be filled up as per the order of merit in the list of All-India National..
All India Radio

Supreme Court judges hold talks with SCO counterparts in China to deepen judicial cooperation


El Salvador: Installation Of Nurseries At Workplaces - BDS Asesores

The Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice ruled in favor of the remedies of appeal on grounds of unconstitutionality by omission filed in 2015 and 2016, based on the lack of..

United States: Employers May Require Employees To Waive The Right To Participate In Class Actions, According To The U.S. Supreme Court - Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c.

On May 21, 2018, in Epic Systems Corporation v. Lewis, the United States Supreme Court upheld the enforceability of employment contracts that require the use of individualized arbitration

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