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Does the military need Armed Forces Tribunals?

Does the military need Armed Forces Tribunals?

The AFT was intended to reduce military related cases in civil courts.Instead, the backlog in defence-related cases has increased from 9,000 to 16,000 after the AFT's creation.Ajai Shukla reports.   In an important move towards reforming departmental justice across the board, but especially for the military, the Supreme Court issued the central government a show cause notice on August 25, asking why its recently promulgated rules for the Armed Forces Tribunal should not be struck down. The ..., 2 months ago

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SC seeks response on Defence Minister's power over AFT

The Supreme Court on Friday sought the Centre's response on a plea challenging the validity of rules that gives the Defence Minister power to appoint, remove, enquire about and grant benefits to members of the Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT). The petitioner ...
 SME Times2 months ago

How the ‘operation clean money’ was tempered

We Indians are known for creativity in finding loopholes. Here are examples of modus operandi adopted for conversion of unaccounted cash Unexplained cash deposits by petrol pumps Rajkot-based fuel station Analysis of cash deposits data during demonetisation ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 days ago

How high can women techies climb

Bloomberg Ex-Twitter engineer seeks to expose sexual harassment and the rocky terrain women face culturally and professionally The way Tina Huang tells it, the path to her resignation from Twitter Inc was a Kafkaesque experience. She said she was denied a ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

World War II shipwreck discovered in UK

The remains of Athenia - the first British ship to be sunk during World War II has been found off the coast of Ireland.Sonar data shows the transatlantic passenger liner Athenia to be lying 200 metres down on Rockall Bank, off the coast of Ireland, said David ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Indian Indices Trade in Red; IT Stocks Witness Buying

Posted by Equitymaster After opening the day marginally lower, share markets in India have continued the downtrend and are currently trading below the dotted line. Sectoral indices are trading on a mixed note with stocks in the power sector and stocks in the ...
 Equitymaster.com2 months ago

Trump offers condolences to sailors of collided US warship

United States President Donald Trump has offered condolences to the US Navy sailors who were aboard the US Navy guided-missile destroyer USS John S McCain which collided with a merchant ship Alnic MC in waters east of Singapore and the Straits of ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

US destroyer in collision off Singapore, rescue efforts

A rescue operation is under way after a US destroyer was damaged in a collision with a tanker east of Singapore on Monday, the US Navy said, in the second accident involving an American warship in two months. Guided-missile destroyer USS John S. McCain ...
 Business Standard2 months ago 10 sailors missing as US Navy destroyer collides with tanker near Singapore  Business Standard2 months ago US destroyer collides with merchant vessel near Singapore  Sify2 months ago Warship collision: 10 sailors missing, five injured, confirms US Navy  Sify2 months ago
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