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Supreme Court rules in favour of transgenders
NewKerala.com

BCCI’s last chance to do the right thing

The least the BCCI can do is to propose a proper panel, that could include a respected and retired Chief Justice of India, a retired CBI chief and an eminent lawyer to bring in expertise to uncover the truth The least the BCCI can do is to propose a proper ... Asian Age, 1 day ago
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India top court recognises 'third gender'

"Recognition of transgenders as a third gender is not a social or medical issue but a human rights issue," Justice K.S. Radhakrishnan told the Supreme Court while handing down the ruling. The court directed state and federal governments to ...
 Special Broadcasting Service3 days ago India recognizes transgender citizens as third gender  Russia Today3 days ago India Recognizes a Third Gender  Newser3 days ago Indian court recognises transgender community  Eye Witness News3 days ago
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Times of India

Indian doctors in UK lose biased test case

LONDON: In a major setback to Indian doctors in UK, the royal courts of justice on Thursday ruled that British minority ethnic (BME) and international candidates were not discriminated against on account of their race or ethnicity in the MRCGP ...
 Times of India1 week ago Indian doctors lose legal battle against UK medical body  Business Standard1 week ago Indian-origin doctors accuse UK exam body of bias at hearing  Times of India1 week ago
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IPL spot-fixing case: Justice Mudgal Committee indicts Gurunath Meiyappam for betting

The Justice Mudgal Committee on Monday indicted Gurunath Meiyappan, son-in-law of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chief N. Srinivasan, of betting and spot-fixing during the sixth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) last year.The ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Srini can't head BCCI till he gets clean chit in probe: SC  Deccan Herald2 days ago SC says BCCI must probe IPL fixing scandal  Rediff.com2 days ago Former BCCI chief Manohar calls for suspension of IPL, CBI probe into fixing  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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The Hindu

Tracing the judicial trajectory on social justice

Submitting a proposition that the post-colonial Indian political trajectory could very well be characterised as a contestation for establishing the spirit of social justice as a public value is certainly not an exaggeration. When one of Indian societys ...
 The Hindu4 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Imran Khan mocks ex-Chief Justice with an Indian umpire

Lahore: Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan has compared former Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Chaudhry to an Indian umpire while criticising him for refusing to audit votes in four constituencies for alleged rigging during last year general ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Imran Khan likens Pakistan's former CJ with Indian umpire  Business Standard1 week ago General elections: Imran likens former CJP with Indian umpire  The Express Tribune1 week ago Imran Khan likens Pakistan's for...  Siasat Daily1 week ago
DNA

Serial rape victim gets justice after 18 years

KOCHI: An Indian court has awarded jail terms ranging from four years to life to 24 people in a serial rape case involving a minor schoolgirl abducted and traded for sex for 40 days. The teenager going to an English-medium school was abducted by ...
 The Gulf Today2 weeks ago Mumbai Underground: Justic for All  Indian Express5 days ago From the Courts  The Freepress Journal3 days ago Family seeks HC help to bring back man’s body  Asian Age1 week ago
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Jagran Post

SC orders Samsung top boss to surrender to Indian justice over cheating charges

The Supreme Court has orderedseptuagenarian Lee Kun-Hee, the billionaire chairman of Korean electronics giant Samsung, to surrender before a Ghaziabad court within six weeks to answer to charges in $1.4m cheating case relating to a supply of goods ...
 Legally India2 weeks ago Indian top court summons Samsung chairman: Samsung Dubai says it's victim in case  Emirates2471 week ago SC directs Samsung chairman to appear before Ghaziabad court  Jagran Post2 weeks ago Dec 16 gangrape:SC directs ...  Siasat Daily3 days ago
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NDTV

Shrien Dewani's extradition: murdered wife's family hoping for justice

File photo of Shrien Dewani. London: The extradition of Indian-origin British businessman Shrien Dewani to South Africa after a long legal battle has brought the prospect of justice for his dead wife a step closer, her family has said. Shrien ...
 NDTV1 week ago Broken beyond imagination: South Africa's justice system  Daily Maverick4 days ago Indian-origin murder accused sent to psychiatric ward  ProKerala.com1 week ago Indian-origin man's extradition: Victim's family hopeful  Prokerala1 week ago
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Taaza.com

Nepal parties preparing to form transitional justice mechanisms

Nepal heading for local body elections Nepal keenly watching Indian polls (Election Special) Nepal PM to quit after constitution promulgation Nepal women lawmakers demand more share in state organs Kathmandu, April 7 (IANS) At a time when ...
 Taaza.com1 week ago
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