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Jock Anderson's Caseload: Wayward briefs an 'insult' to stickler judge
New Zealand Herald

Jock Anderson's Caseload: Wayward briefs an 'insult' to stickl...

Auckland University associate professor of law, Bernard Brown, left, Henry VIII of England, and Judicial Conduct Commissioner Sir David Gascoigne, right, make appearances in this week's Caseload blog. In a tangled dispute between competing Indian ... New Zealand Herald, 7 hours ago

Lacked evidence to pronounce James Anderson guilty: Gordon Lewis

Gordon Lewis, the ICC-appointed Judicial commissioner who heard the misconduct charges against James Anderson, said the England pacer was deemed not guilty as there wasn`t enough evidence to impose sanctions, which were severe in nature. Gordon said he found ...
 Zee News2 months ago Lacked evidence to pronounce Anderson guilty: Gordon  Business Standard2 months ago Advantage England with James Anderson Escaping Ban: Steve Harmison  NDTV2 months ago BCCI counsel helped  The Telegraph2 months ago
Asia Net India

Anderson, Jadeja found not guilty by ICC Judicial Commissioner

England’s pace spearhead James Anderson and Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja were on Friday found not guilty of breaching ICC Code of Conduct after a marathon six-hour hearing, putting an end to the suspense over their participation for the remaining ...
 Asia Net India2 months ago Will Decide on Anderson-Jadeja Row After Receiving Order Copy: BCCI  Outlook2 months ago Pushgate: Will BCCI's wait and watch strategy work?  Rediff.com2 months ago Anderson-Jadeja case: BCCI to study order before deciding next step  First Post.com2 months ago
IndiaTV News

BCCI wants ICC to appeal against Commissioner's verdict

Miffed by the Judicial Commissioners verdict pronouncing Englands pace spearhead James Anderson not guilty in the altercation with Ravindra Jadeja, the BCCI wants the ICC to appeal against the ruling which it finds "totally wrong". The BCCI was left red-faced ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago ICC not to appeal against verdict on Anderson spat  Prokerala2 months ago

ICC to consider Anderson verdict after BCCI protest

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The International Cricket Council will consider a judicial commissioner's verdict clearing England fast bowler James Anderson of a code of conduct breach after the Board Of Control For Cricket In India (BCCI) expressed its disappointment ...
 Reuters2 months ago Disgruntled BCCI writes to ICC over Anderson verdict  Reuters2 months ago

Judges' religious service criticised by secular lawyers

Secular lawyers have called for a separation of the Church of England from judicial affairs after judges marked the start of the legal year with an Anglican service. The annual Judges' Service, held today (1 October) at Westminster Abbey, was ...
 National Secular Society4 weeks ago

RCMK & SCA Movie Launch & Press Meet Stills

Delhi Police officer attacked, three held (Second Lead) | Sindhu, Kashyap reach Denmark Open quarters | Delhi Police officer attacked, three held | No one can warn India: Rajnath to China (Second Lead) | SC asks top Bihar, Chhattisgarh officials to ...
 Chennai Online2 weeks ago Actress Dhivya Stills  Chennai Online2 weeks ago Actress Sukratha Wagle New Stills  Chennai Online2 weeks ago Oru Kadhal Oru Kalyanam Movie Stills  Chennai Online2 weeks ago

The Minister versus the civil servant

There is hardly any room today for the average officer to display any sign of independence or candour in decision-making. The Central Bureau of Investigation's decision to arrest the former Telecommunications Secretary, Siddhartha Behura, along ...
 The Hindu5 days ago
Irish Independent

Clermont's Julien Bardy to miss Munster clash after receiving five-week ban

Clermont Auvergne forward Julien Bardy has received a five-week ban for striking Saracens and England number eight Billy Vunipola with his knee during last Saturday's European Champions Cup clash at Allianz Park. Clermont Auvergne forward Julien ...
 Irish Independent1 week ago Bardy banned for five weeks  AOL UK1 week ago

Hospitals Struggle To Beat Back Serious Infections

An official at the University of Michigan Health System in Ann Arbor says its mix of patients helps explain the infection rates. Scott C. Soderberg/Courtesy of University of Michigan Health System hide caption i toggle caption Scott C.
 NPR1 week ago Hospitals' struggle to beat back infections began before Ebola  Government Health IT1 week ago Hospitals Struggles To Beat Back Familiar Infections Began Before Ebola Arrived  Kaiser Health News1 week ago Hospitals' Struggles To Beat Back Infections Began Before Ebola  MedPage Today1 week ago
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