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Bad Boy Billionaires: Telengana HC to watch Ramalinga Raju episode before greenlighting Netflix release
Entertainment

Bad Boy Billionaires: Telengana HC to watch Ramalinga Raju episode before greenlighting Netflix release

On 2 September, a civil court in Hyderabad had issued an interim stay restraining Netflix from airing Bad Boy Billionaires on a petition filed by Ramalingam Raju, convicted in Satyam Computers scandal.

Facebook to allow its users to hide, delete multiple offensive comments at once
News & Analysis

Facebook to allow its users to hide, delete multiple offensive comments at once

The feature is said to arrive on desktops and Android. It will roll out on iOS in the coming months.

The NCLT snub: Cyrus Mistry's Tata Sons war is a brave one but full of holes, because business failures need not be legal flaws
Business

The NCLT snub: Cyrus Mistry's Tata Sons war is a brave one but full of holes, because business failures need not be legal flaws

Out of the helm in leading listed Tata companies. Mistry is better off as an activist shareholder in those firms where he might pull weight from a larger body of shareholders.

2G spectrum scam judgment: ED to appeal against special court order which acquitted all 19 accused, including A Raja, Kanimozhi
Business

2G spectrum scam judgment: ED to appeal against special court order which acquitted all 19 accused, including A Raja, Kanimozhi

ED said the agency will study the order and will knock on the doors of the high court armed with their evidence and investigation

Aarushi Talwar murder case verdict as it happened: Talwars 'not guilty' but they aren't proven innocent, says ex-CBI officer
India

Aarushi Talwar murder case verdict as it happened: Talwars 'not guilty' but they aren't proven innocent, says ex-CBI officer

The Allahabad High Court is likely to deliver its judgment on an appeal challenging the verdict of a CBI court which found Rajesh and Nupur Talwar guilty for the murder of their daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj

Kulbhushan Jadhav case at ICJ: A timeline of when to expect what as India, Pakistan spar at The Hague
India

Kulbhushan Jadhav case at ICJ: A timeline of when to expect what as India, Pakistan spar at The Hague

The ICJ interim order that was passed on Thursday is just the beginning of a long legal battle. Here are some important dates and events that are crucial in the case

Kulbhushan Jadhav case at ICJ: Key observations made in interim order by world court
India

Kulbhushan Jadhav case at ICJ: Key observations made in interim order by world court

Here are some key points from the ICJ interim order that not only told Pakistan to put on hold the execution of Kulbhushan Jadhav but also rejected it claims of "no jurisdiction" of the world court in the matter

Cyrus Mistry appeals against company law tribunal rejecting waiver plea in Tata case
Business

Cyrus Mistry appeals against company law tribunal rejecting waiver plea in Tata case

On 17 April, National Company Law Tribunal had dismissed a petition filed by two firms belonging to Cyrus Mistry's family, seeking waiver of an eligibility condition for moving the forum against Tata Sons.

Apple submits formal appeal against $14-billion tax penalty, claims to be a
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Apple submits formal appeal against $14-billion tax penalty, claims to be a "convenient target"

Apple Inc. appealed on Monday against a $14-billion tax demand as the European Union issued details of its ruling that the iPhone maker won sweetheart tax deals from the Irish government which amounted to illegal subsidies.

Appeal made against the decision in Google's market power case by German publishers
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Appeal made against the decision in Google's market power case by German publishers

German publishers have appealed a Berlin court's rejection of a case in which they accused Google of abusing its market power by refusing to pay them for displaying newspaper articles online, a lawyer for the publishers said on Monday.

Maria Sharapova doping case: Appeal to be heard this week, verdict expected before Wimbledon
Sports

Maria Sharapova doping case: Appeal to be heard this week, verdict expected before Wimbledon

Maria Sharapova, provisionally suspended since March for failing a drugs test at the Australian Open, will have her appeal heard in London on Wednesday.

Jiah Khan case: CBI opposes Sooraj Pancholi's plea for passport
Entertainment

Jiah Khan case: CBI opposes Sooraj Pancholi's plea for passport

The CBI opposed a petition by Sooraj Pancholi, accused of abetting the suicide of his girlfriend Jiah Khan, seeking his passport to be handed back to him

UN launches appeal for $393 million humanitarian aid to Afghanistan
World

UN launches appeal for $393 million humanitarian aid to Afghanistan

The United Nations has launched an appeal for $393 million in humanitarian aid to Afghanistan to reach millions of vulnerable people this year.

Picture that says a thousand words: Sardar Patel bigger than Gandhi as PM Modi appeals for peace
Politics

Picture that says a thousand words: Sardar Patel bigger than Gandhi as PM Modi appeals for peace

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to television to issue an appeal for peace in Gujarat what was curious about his background were the two images that were present.

Who is the villain, law or Bhai? Twitter debates while #SalmanBailOrJail trends
Entertainment

Who is the villain, law or Bhai? Twitter debates while #SalmanBailOrJail trends

#SalmanBailOrJail has been the top trend on Twitter, with a myriad of tweets questioning celebrity prejudice, and unnecessary fandom, among other things. Some tweets have praised his charity work and think 5 years is way too long.

F1: Sauber lose 'seat-gate' appeal against Van der Garde
Sports

F1: Sauber lose 'seat-gate' appeal against Van der Garde

Formula One team Sauber have lost their appeal to block Dutch driver Giedo van der Garde's bid to force the Swiss outfit to let him drive for them this season.

Badminton: Banned Lee hopeful of Olympic spot after getting hearing
Sports

Badminton: Banned Lee hopeful of Olympic spot after getting hearing

Former badminton world number one Lee Chong Wei is hoping to be back on court for the start of the 2016 Olympic qualifiers in May after finally being given an April date for a hearing into his failed dope test.