She denounced the fact that "the high-level officials who organised and embraced the execution ... have walked free from the start", and that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman "has remained well protected against any kind of meaningful scrutiny in his country". … [Read more...] about Saudi verdict in Jamal Khashoggi case without ‘legal, moral legitimacy’: UN expert
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Sushant Singh Rajput death case: Not asking for Rhea's custody remand, we'll seek judicial custody: NCB official Sushant Singh Rajput death case: Rhea Chakraborty arrested by narcotics bureau FIR lodged by Mumbai Police illegal, will take serious action: Sushant Singh Rajput's family lawyer … [Read more...] about Rhea Chakraborty arrested for drug abuse: What do India’s laws say about the use of ganja and charas?
The said the barrack remains unoccupied at present but even if it were to be occupied by other inmates, it would still be infinitely spacious. Modi's defence team has indicated that it intends to challenge the prison conditions in the course of its arguments this week to try and establish it as inadequate to meet the UK's human rights requirements. … [Read more...] about Nirav Modi extradition case: UK court given fresh video tour of Mumbai’s Arthur Road Jail
Third-party applications often rely on using Facebook and Google ID and allow users to use their services. After Facebook recently updated its terms of service, these developers remain in the dark on how the new terms would affect them. App developers have already been encouraging users to login via their email ID or mobile number as an alternative to Facebook login, according to The Economic Times (ET). … [Read more...] about App developers move to alternate login options over Facebook’s privacy concerns and new terms of service
The story of Justice Bahrul Islam, who joined the Congress in 1956 and held several party posts till 1972, is even more astonishing. In April 1962, the Congress elected him to the Rajya Sabha and after unsuccessfully contesting an election in Assam, he was re-elected to the Upper House and aligned with Indira Gandhi after the Congress split. In 1972, Islam quit the Rajya Sabha and was made a judge of the Gauhati High Court. He retired in 1980, but nine months later, he was elevated to the Supreme Court. Six weeks before he retired again and a month after giving a clean chit to the then Bihar chief minister Jagannth Mishra in a corruption case, Islam quit as SC judge and filed nomination as a Congress candidate in Assam, an election that never took place because of the ongoing agitation in that state. The Congress then elected Islam for a record third term in 1983 from the Rajya Sabha! … [Read more...] about Former CJI Gogoi’s Rajya Sabha nomination is not the first and won’t be the last