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Feb 24, 2017
Kansas shooting: US Embassy strongly condemns incidentThe US Embassy here on Friday strongly condemned the shooting incident in Kansas resulting in the death of an Indian techie and said American authorities will thoroughly investigate and bring the case to justice.
Feb 22, 2017
Rangoon: Why a fearless Kangana Ranaut slips into the shoes of Jaanbaaz Julia with easeIt's fair to say that no other actor could have projected the balanced act of humility and ferocity, like Kangana Ranaut seems to have done in Rangoon.
Feb 08, 2017
Bill introduced in the US to reduce legal immigration by halfIn what could be perceived as a potential challenge for those aspiring to get a green card or permanent residency in the US, two top senators have proposed a legislation to cut the level of immigrants by half.
Feb 07, 2017
Laws approved by Parliament take 261 days to be enforced; delay in implementing cost croresIt takes an average of 261 days for a parliamentary law to come into force, according to a report by Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy, a think-tank.
Jan 17, 2017
Pune Muslim youth murder: Is the Bombay HC bail to accused a licence to kill for sake of religion?The Bombay High Court's bail to the three men accused of killing a Muslim man from Pune in June 2014 on the grounds that they did it because of "religion" and not out of personal enmity gives us much to think about
Jan 06, 2017
Bengaluru molestation video: Legal value of visual proof fraught with contradictionsThe Bengaluru molestation video clips on YouTube all have six-figure views. If one end of the spectrum of male responses to these is the absurdly facile #NotAllMen, the other is men expressing their outrage through indignant macho vitriol.
Dec 28, 2016
Tata Sons slaps legal notice on Cyrus Mistry for alleged breach of confidentialityIn its legal notice, Tata Sons has stated that it intends to exercise all legal rights and pursue all remedies available under law
Dec 27, 2016
Tata Sons slaps legal notice on Mistry for alleged breach of confidentialityStating that it intends to exercise all legal rights and pursue all remedies available under law, the petition asked Mistry to "cease and desist" from sharing confidential and sensitive information
Dec 13, 2016
Triple talaq and legal reportage: Are the court and the media perversely feeding into each other?In this age of breaking news, reporters might hear only part of the judgment and end up going with something the court might never have said.
Dec 07, 2016
Bangladeshi slum kids work over 60 hours a week to make clothes - research | ReutersBy Nita Bhalla NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - One third of children living in the slums of Bangladesh's capital spend more than 60 hours a week making clothes for the garment sector, well beyond the legal working limit, a London-based thinktank said on Wednesday. The Overseas Development Institute (ODI) said 32 percent of children aged between 10 and 14 living in Dhaka's slum settlements were out of school and engaged in full-time work in clothing factories - according to a survey of 2,700 children."Our survey raises serious concerns over the issue of child labour in the supply of garments from factories in Bangladesh to consumers in Europe, the U.S