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Mexico praises ICJ ruling in Kulbhushan Jadhav's case
"The effective fulfillment by the Member States of the diplomatic and consular obligations is of the greatest relevance for the operation of the international multilateral system," Legal Adviser of the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs Alejandro Celorio said in the General Assembly as the Court's President Judge Abduylqawi Yusuf presented his report.
Flyers stuck at airport have right to free food, stay
National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission noted that passengers have "the right t...
Koregaon Bhima case: SC extends protection from arrest to Gautam Navlakha by 4 weeks
However, a bench of justices Arun Mishra and Deepak Gupt...
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Supreme Court seeks report on alleged illegal detention of children in valley
The law mandates a parallel reformatory mechanism for children in conflict with law: CJI
No child in pre-school should be made to take written or oral test: NCERT
The NCERT has listed do's and dont's on how assessment should be carried out and reported in pre-schools.
P Chidambaram: The controversy's child
Chidambaram has been slapped with money laundering and corruption charges in the INX Media case.
Two parliamentary panels to take up WhatsApp snooping case
Facebook-owned WhatsApp on Thursday said Indian journalists and human rights activists were among those globally spied upon by unnamed entities using an Israeli spyware Pegasus.
Ayodhya case: A brief history of India’s longest running property dispute
Here are some important milestones of the case, which also saw the birth of the Ram Janmabhoomi movement.
Hope no new issue crops up in name of religion: NCP on SC verdict
Nationalist Congress Party chief spokesperson Nawab Malik hopes for a peaceful acceptance of the Supreme Court order that that cleared the way for the construction of a Ram Temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya. Malik also urged people to maintain peace and harmony.
China wins WTO case to sanction $3.6 billion in US trade
The damages awarded to Beijing by the organisation are 3rd highest in WTO history.
Ayodhya verdict: SC says Hindus made a better case, Waqf Board couldn't prove exclusive possession
Apart from what they termed impracticality of the three-way division by Allahabad HC, what weighed on the minds of the five judges was the quality of evidence produced by Hindu parties, which outweighed that. However, the SC rejected Hindu parties' case that Muslims had abandoned the mosque since 1857 presented by the Muslims, but only by a whisker.
In online clean-up, Home Ministry gets sites to take off 71 videos
A list of 500 key words used in searching such videos was compiled and shared with Internet service providers such as Google, Yahoo, Facebook, WhatsApp and Microsoft.
It's time to set right BCCI's image: Ganguly
In Ganguly, the BCCI will have its first President since Anurag Thakur was forced out in January 2017.
UN must uphold rights of all persons with disabilities: Gopinathan Achamkulangare, former Indian diplomat
In a recent interview with UN Chronicle Gopinathan spoke on the current state of accessibility for person with disabilities within the UN system and the prospects for addressing the situation comprehensively. According to the WHO Survey about 15 per cent of the world’s population is estimated to live with some form of disability.
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