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Savita's husband to move European human rights court

Praveen Halappanavar, husband of an Indian dentist who died in Ireland after she was refused termination of an unviable pregnancy, will move the European Court of Human Rights for justice as Irish......

Osama's 'right hand man in Europe' released on bail in UK

A British court on Monday ordered the release on bail of a top Islamist radical leader, who was once described as "Osama bin Laden's right hand man in Europe". Abu Qatada, the arrested radical......

EU team attends Binayak Sen's bail hearing

A delegation of European Union observers was on Monday allowed by the Chhattisgrah high court to witness proceedings on rights activist Binayak Sen's appeal against his life term in a sedition......

Sikhs to appeal against French govt's turban-ban

A forum of Sikhs is planning to challenge French Government's restrictions on wearing turbans at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg on Monday.France's highest court, the Conseil......

China jails prominent anti-corruption activist

A Chinese court on Sunday sentenced leading anti-corruption activist to four years in jail for his role during the transparency campaign, escalating a crackdown on his movement, drawing......

SPECIAL: Why SC got it right on Novartis

The judgment will save taxpayers' money without hurting the pharma industry or R&D, write Achal Prabhala & Kajal Bhardwaj. In September 2007, Arun Kumar*, a serving officer in the Indian Army, was......

PM draws flak for 'indifference' to endosulfan

Noted Jurist V R Krishna Iyer criticised Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for his "unfeeling indifference" to Kerala's request for a country wide ban on endosulfan, even as Left MPs held a protest in......

Bt brinjal, a step towards disaster

The government's Genetic Engineering Approval Committee has cleared the commercial cultivation of genetically modified (GM) brinjal (eggplant, aubergine or baingan, known variously as vanga, vangi......

Patent law: Is the US style right for India?

Intellectual Propertyis still a strange beast in this country. People eye it rather warily, uncertain of its temperament (how hard will it bite or is it the clawing sort?) and the hidden threat in......

Indian pharma's enviable journey

For decades, investors treated the Indian pharmaceuticals industry on a par with FMCG in terms of defensive value. The growth was predictable, and stocks rarely saw shockingly large downward price......

NRI human rights lawyer to review Big Brother

Channel 4 has appointed non resident Indian human rights lawyer Rabinder Singh QC to join its review of the reality show Big Brother, which came under flak after Jade Goody and other housemates......

F1 chief seeks new privacy laws

Motor racing chief Max Mosley wants Europe to toughen up media privacy laws after he was awarded 60,000 pounds ($106,100) in damages because a newspaper published details of his role in a......

  People speak for european court of human rights

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Q. Where is the European court of Human rights located?
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Profits or patients?

Is greater scrutiny of drug trials in India bad for the industry's health? Last week this question, which typically triggers a polarising debate,... ...

http://www.deccanchronicle.com/140424/commentary-columnists/article/dev-360-profits-or-patients
Kosovo establishes International court, aims to deal crimes of Serbia war

Pristina: Kosovo's parliament approved on Wednesday the establishment of an international court to deal with alleged crimes committed by ethnic... ...

http://zeenews.india.com/news/world/kosovo-establishes-international-court-aims-to-deal-crimes-of-serbia-war_926725.html
Protection of Pakistan Ordinance gives draconian powers to Army; may impact ties with India

NEW DELHI: Indian foreign policy establishment is wary that Pakistan's new '' that gives draconian powers to the country's security forces could... ...

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/protection-of-pakistan-ordinance-gives-draconian-powers-to-army-may-impact-ties-with-india/articleshow/34078674.cms
Every market crash does not make a scam

The stock market is heated up. Many theories abound for why it is at this high. That may need some investigation. For some, even a distant prospect... ...

http://www.smartinvestor.in/market/Features-237504-Featuresdet-Every_market_crash_does_not_make_a_scam.htm
A historic moment for third gender, says Rajeev Dhawan

ev Dhawan Justice K. S. Radhakrishnan's judgment in the National Legal Services Authority ( NLSA) case, for Justice Sikri and himself, recognises... ...

http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/a-historic-moment-for-third-gender-says-rajeev-dhawan/1/356753.html

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