British singer, Tulisa, has lost a High Court bid to launch an action against the Irish Sun over what was described as a "shabby sting operation", naming her in connection with drugs. The 24-year old former X Factor judge wanted permission to ... RTE Online, 1 week ago
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Manchester United boss claims he made a blunder in the derby match against Manchester City … By Tony Jimenez LONDON (Reuters) - Chelsea will have to be wary of the danger posed by the in-form Marouane Fellaini when Manchester United visit ...Yahoo! India, 1 week ago Egg execs' jail sentences send strong message to industry Yahoo! India, 1 week ago
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University says conference canceled due to health and safety concerns; but organizers suggest free speech being curtailed. The London High Court will review a legal challenge over the legality of the University of Southampton's move to cancel a ...Haaretz, 2 weeks ago How Zionists Are Destroying Free Speech In Universities RINF.com, 1 week ago
Students occupying part of University of the Arts, London, have ended a four week sit-in after a High Court injunction against them. The order prohibits named students carrying out "unlawful trespass" on any of the university's sites. They took ...BBC, 1 week ago
Transport for London (TfL) has made a speedy request to the High Court to rule on whether or not a smartphone constitutes a taximeter. The decision will either grind the gears of London's cabbies or put the brakes on Uber's presence in the capital.
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London, April 6, GNA The High Court in London has ruled that Abdourahman Boreh, whose $100 million assets were froze...
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The Delhi high court on Thursday set aside the government’s decision to offload Greenpeace activist Priya Pillai from an aircraft to London two months back, saying it was “illegal” and that the right to criticise cannot be “muzzled” by the state. Justice Rajiv Shakdher said Pillai has a fundamental right to travel abroad and also she has every right to hold a different opinion on development policies and this cannot be the sole ground to restrict her ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago HC calls govt decision to offload Priya Pillai from plane 'illegal' First Post.com, 1 month ago ‘Difference of opinion doesn’t mean anti-national’ Asian Age, 2 months ago Delhi High Court questions government on offloading of Greenpeace activist Priya Pillai DNA, 2 months ago
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The riveting, 67-year-old Indo-Pak Hyderabad Funds saga has taken another turn with High Court of Justice in London ruling that Pakistan no longer has sovereign immunity over the State of Hyderabad's wealth.Times of India, 1 month ago Pakistan loses sovereign immunity over Hyderabad Funds: Door opens for recovery of India's inheritance Times of India, 1 month ago
Delhi High Court today ruled that the offloading of Greenpeace activist Priya Pillai from her London flight two months ago was "illegal" and said the government could not "muzzle" the right to criticise. It quashed the lookout circular against Pillai who had ...The Telegraph, 1 month ago Delhi HC tells govt it was illegal to 'offload' Greenpeace activist Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
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