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US Justice Department asks Switzerland for extradition of seven FIFA officials

Jul 02, 2015

US Justice Department asks Switzerland for extradition of seven FIFA officials

The extradition concerns the senior FIFA officials along with entrepreneurs and companies involved with the sport governing body that were implicated in a corruption network that saw the payment of more than $100 million in bribes. #football #FIFA #Sepp Blatter #Switzerland #KickingAround #Justice Department #FIFA corruption #FIFA arrests
Govt plans to cancel FCRA registration of Teesta Setalvad's NGOs

Jun 30, 2015

Govt plans to cancel FCRA registration of Teesta Setalvad's NGOs

Government plans to cancel the registration of two NGOs of social activist Teesta Setalvad for alleged violations of Foreign Currency Regulation Act. #India #NewsTracker #Home Ministry #Teesta Setalvad #FCRA #Citizens for Justice and Peace #Sabarang Trust
Beat This! Tiny Marshall Islands takes giant India to ICJ for not following nuclear disarmament

Jun 25, 2015

Beat This! Tiny Marshall Islands takes giant India to ICJ for not following nuclear disarmament

Marshall Islands a tiny country in the Pacific Ocean has taken India to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) for not pursuing nuclear disarmament. #India #US #BeatThis #Nuclear disarmament #International Court of Justice #Pacific Ocean #Nuclear testing #ICJ #Marshall Islands
Huge amount of funds locked up due to litigation: Natchiappan

Jun 19, 2015

Huge amount of funds locked up due to litigation: Natchiappan

Natchiappan told reporters at a press conference in Hyderabad that the committee would decide about setting up District Commercial Courts to deal with all cases of a commercial nature by July end. #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #funds #Telangana #States #litigation #Hyderabad High Court #Justice Natchiappan #Andhr Pradesh
US Federal court to hear 1984 anti-Sikh riots case against Sonia Gandhi on 18 August

Jun 11, 2015

US Federal court to hear 1984 anti-Sikh riots case against Sonia Gandhi on 18 August

A US federal appeals court in Manhattan has set 18 August for oral arguments in a case filed by a Sikh rights group against Congress party chairperson Sonia Gandhi. #World #India #Sonia Gandhi #Congress #NewsTracker #Indira Gandhi #Jagdish Tytler #1984 Sikh Riots Case #Sikhs for Justice #SFJ #US Federal Appeals Court
Facing flak from all quarters, Delhi govt withdraws controversial 'two-finger test' circular

Jun 08, 2015

Facing flak from all quarters, Delhi govt withdraws controversial 'two-finger test' circular

In its worst-ever red-face moment since coming to power, the Delhi government on Monday was forced to withdraw a controversial circular on the 'two-finger test' on sexual assault victims. #Politics #India #Congress #BJP #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Aam Aadmi Party #Justice Verma Committee #Satyendra Jain #Sambit Patra #Swaraj Abhiyan
We're open to moving ICJ on torture of Kargil martyr Saurabh Kalia if SC allows: Centre

Jun 02, 2015

We're open to moving ICJ on torture of Kargil martyr Saurabh Kalia if SC allows: Centre

Reversing its earlier stand, India said it could approach the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against the brutal torture of Kargil martyr Captain Saurabh Kalia by Pakistan in view of the "exceptional circumstances" of the case. #India #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Kargil War #International Court of Justice #Saurabh Kalia #Martyr #ICJ
Danish woman gangrape: Delhi court records statement of prosecution witness

Jun 01, 2015

Danish woman gangrape: Delhi court records statement of prosecution witness

A Delhi court on Monday recorded the statement of a policeman in a case in which eight persons are accused of gangraping a 52-year-old Danish woman here last year. #NewsTracker #Violence against women #Delhi court #Juvenile Justice Board #gangrape #women safety #Danish tourist
Modi govt backtracks on Saurabh Kalia's death, says moving ICJ not practical

Jun 01, 2015

Modi govt backtracks on Saurabh Kalia's death, says moving ICJ not practical

Modi government has now refused to move the ICJ against the alleged brutal torture of Kargil martyr Captain Saurabh Kalia which eventually led to his death. #India #Pakistan #TheySaidIt #Kargil War #VK Singh #NDA #Human Rights #Torture #International Court of Justice #Saurabh Kalia #Martyr #ICJ #PM Narendra Modi