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Suspend trials against Italian marines: UN court tells India

Unhappy over India's handling of the marine's issue, Italy took the matter to the International Tribunal on Law of the Sea challenging Indian jurisdiction in the case. A United Nations......

Italy's story on Marines misleading: India tells international tribunal

India has told an international tribunal that the case of two Italian marines, accused of killing two Indian fishermen off Kerala's coast, comes under its jurisdiction and Italy's contentions in......

B'desh tribunal chairman trying 1971 war suspects quits

The chairman of a special Bangladeshi tribunal trying high-profile 1971 "war criminals" resigned on Tuesday following a controversy over his reported Skype conversation with an expatriate war......

Bitter war over War Crimes trial in Bangladesh

The nearly year-long trial of eight suspects at the International Crimes Tribunal in Bangladesh, who have been accused of war crimes during the 1971 war, may not have made headlines in India, but......

ICC statute President calls for court trial of Gaddafi's son

The International Criminal Court has asked the Libyan authorities to ensure that Muammar Gaddafi's fugitive son Saif al-Islam, captured by forces of the National Transitional Council, is tried in a......

Dealings with GTB clean: Shonkh

Shonkh Technologies International said on Tuesday its dealings with erstwhile Global Trust Bank did not involve any criminality on its part. "Erstwhile GTB (now OBC) has already filed a suit for......

Bounced cheque: Company need not be accused

In a case of bounced cheque, it is not necessary to complain specifically against the company if the managing director is the sole proprietor. It is enough if the managing director alone is made......

AAI files lawsuits against KFA

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has filed two lawsuits against the Vijay Mallya-promoted Kingfisher Airlines Ltd to recover Rs 300 crore in unpaid airport usage fees. “We have filed a......

If I were the Finance Minister...

In a developing county like India, the role of the Finance Minister is a crucial one, specially when the country is going through it's worst period in recent times. M R Venkatesh, has a few valid......

Derivatives losses: Tables are turning

The scales are slowly tilting in favour of exporters in their fight with banks on foreign exchange derivatives losses, which triggered a number of court cases in 2008.If banks had an upper hand......

Hotel Rwanda: The horror, the horror

The film Hotel Rwanda -- released in 2004 but set to arrive in India this week-- is about a man called Paul Rusesabagina (played by Don Cheadle), who ran a hotel in Kigali, the Rwandan capital,that......

Former NZ player Vincent gives evidence on match-fixing: report

Former New Zealand cricketer Lou Vincent has provided officials from the International Cricket Council’s anti-corruption unit "with a treasure trove of information about matches which were......

Federer defends doping procedures, demands more testing

Roger Federer said he trusts the anti-doping procedures in tennis despite rival Novak Djokovic's claim that fellow Serb's Victor Troicki's one-year ban was the result of negligence by the......

RTI will apply to BCCI: Justice Mudgal

The Board of Control for Cricket in India will have to come under the ambit of Right to Information Act if it wants to use 'India' as its national team's name, Justice Mukul Mudgal, who headed the......

Stop misleading the public: ICC tells Asif, Butt

With the Court of Arbitration for Sport recently dismissing the appeals of Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt, the ICC on Tuesday asked the two banned Pakistan cricketers to stop "misleading the public"......

Armstrong ignores USADA deadline to cooperate in probe

The United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) will push ahead with efforts to clean up cycling without help from Lance Armstrong after the disgraced cyclist rejected another deadline to meet......
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Kenya backs down from threat to leave ICC over Vice-Presiden …

By By | Reuters By Thomas Escritt BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Kenya backed down from its threat to quit the International Criminal Court, saying... ...
1971 War Crimes coming full Circle

Paper No. 6041 Dated 27-Nov-2015 Bhaskar Roy The wheels of justice grind slowly, but they grind extremely small. On November... ...
Bangladesh Govt. dismisses UN claim on war criminals' hanging

43 am Dhaka, Nov. 27 ( ANI ): The Government of Bangladesh has ruled out the claim by the United Nations that the trial of the war criminals... ...
Dhaka rejects UN demand

Bangladesh has strongly refuted the UN human rights body's statement on war crimes trials, saying it was highly disturbing. The UN's human... ...
Pakistan to summon B'desh envoy over war criminals' …

By ANI | ANI Karachi, Nov. 26 (ANI): Pakistan has decided to lodge a protest with the Bangladesh envoy to convey its concerns over the recent... ...

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