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Canada's Trudeau to face ethics questions over party fundraisers
| Reuters
World

Canada's Trudeau to face ethics questions over party fundraisers | Reuters

By David Ljunggren | OTTAWA OTTAWA Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, dogged by accusations that rich donors to his Liberal Party gained privileged access, will be questioned by the ethics commissioner to see whether he broke conflict of interest rules, an official said on Thursday.The development marks a new low for Trudeau, who came to power in November 2015 vowing to run an open and ethical government but faces relentless accusations that the Liberals are running a cash-for-access scheme."I will follow up with Mr. Trudeau regarding his involvement with the fundraising events," Ethics Commissioner Mary Dawson said in a letter to Rona Ambrose, interim leader of the opposition Conservative Party, who had filed a complaint.Jocelyne Brisebois, a spokeswoman for Dawson, said she did not know when the conversation would take place.Trudeau has been under pressure for weeks about revelations that Liberal donors enjoyed privileged access to fundraising events where the prime minister and cabinet members spoke.In remarks to reporters after the news broke, Trudeau stuck to his position that he had done nothing wrong.

French media refuse to show attackers' photos over 'glorification' fears
World

French media refuse to show attackers' photos over 'glorification' fears

Several major media outlets in France said Wednesday they would no longer use photographs of terrorists to avoid giving them "posthumous glorification".

Fabricated reality: Steve McCurry and the scandal of altered photographs
World

Fabricated reality: Steve McCurry and the scandal of altered photographs

I am sure that there are images in Steve McCurry’s vast collection that are unaltered yet brilliant. However, I feel let down by the fact that he had created a false reality

UEFA chief Michel Platini appeals against FIFA ban
Sports

UEFA chief Michel Platini appeals against FIFA ban

UEFA chief Michel Platini has appealed against a 90-day suspension imposed on him by world governing body FIFA as part of an ongoing corruption investigation, a close associate said on Saturday.

FIFA bans President Blatter and UEFA boss Platini for 90 days
Sports

FIFA bans President Blatter and UEFA boss Platini for 90 days

The move by the FIFA ethics committee further taints Blatter's 40-year career at FIFA and puts a dent in Platini's hopes of succeeding him.

FIFA's Blatter has not been notified of any ethics action, say lawyers
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FIFA's Blatter has not been notified of any ethics action, say lawyers

FIFA President Sepp Blatter has not been notified of any action taken by the ethics committee of world football's governing body.

Death in real time: Aiims patient's death after live telecast of surgery revives debate
Life

Death in real time: Aiims patient's death after live telecast of surgery revives debate

The death of a patient while being operated upon in one of the country's premier institutions by a foreign surgeon has raised questions questions over the ethics of the entire procedure.

Michael Garcia resigns FIFA from ethics committee over handling of his findings
Sports

Michael Garcia resigns FIFA from ethics committee over handling of his findings

The American lawyer who led the investigation into the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bid process resigned from the FIFA ethics committee on Wednesday.

Fifa ethics chiefs agree to take 2018/2022 bidding probe to next step
Sports

Fifa ethics chiefs agree to take 2018/2022 bidding probe to next step

FIFA ethics chiefs met and agreed on the next step for their probe into the bidding process for the 2018/2022 soccer World Cups.

Cannot publish entire Garcia report on FIFA ethics, says FIFA judge
Sports

Cannot publish entire Garcia report on FIFA ethics, says FIFA judge

Several members of FIFA's own executive committee have called for the report to be made public, as well as FIFA presidential candidate Jerome Champagne,

Investigator criticises FIFA for secrecy in ethics probe
Sports

Investigator criticises FIFA for secrecy in ethics probe

A number of FIFA executive committee members have backed its publication, but President Sepp Blatter has sidestepped the issue.

CAG cannot be blamed for fall of UPA regime, says Vinod Rai
Economy

CAG cannot be blamed for fall of UPA regime, says Vinod Rai

Rai - whose latest book 'Not Just an Accountant' - has triggered a political controversy, asserted that too much credit is being given to two or three audit findings and the Supreme Court rulings.<br />

PM gets acclaim & blame; nothing personal against Manmohan Singh: Vinod Rai
Economy

PM gets acclaim & blame; nothing personal against Manmohan Singh: Vinod Rai

The former Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) said that Singh should also get credit for taking prompt action with regard to ordering of coal block auction, after certain irregularities were brought to his notice.<br />

Shweta Basu Prasad 'scandal': What makes social media rally behind this candid actress
Life

Shweta Basu Prasad 'scandal': What makes social media rally behind this candid actress

Ever since her arrest, Shweta has been trending on the internet and she is getting vocal support from several corners.

Industry needs to be responsible for corporate ethics: CAG
Corporate

Industry needs to be responsible for corporate ethics: CAG

Sharma said however that it would take a while before the change is seen in the mindset that is driven by good corporate governance.<br />

Media fixing: Why 'leaked' video of Kejriwal, journalist is a big deal
Politics

Media fixing: Why 'leaked' video of Kejriwal, journalist is a big deal

When a journalist is told by a politician that he doesn’t want to debate a particular issue as that may hurt his electoral politics, should the journalist change the topic of discussion?

Mumbai building collapse: Suspended BMC engineer had done 'ethical training'
Mumbai

Mumbai building collapse: Suspended BMC engineer had done 'ethical training'

Information accessed through the Right to Information Act shows that the BMC has spent nearly Rs 69.58 lakh to train 318 Class-I officers on the ethical conduct of their duties.

Dear Mr Tewari, education doesn't make better journalists or MPs
Politics

Dear Mr Tewari, education doesn't make better journalists or MPs

ndeed, the perceived crisis plaguing Parliament and journalism isn’t a function of education as much as it is about conflicting ideas of ethics, norms, and diligence. Even the most scholarly Lok Sabha would come a cropper until its members are inclined to debate and pass bills, or agree to the norms for its smooth functioning.

Now, UPSC aspirants will be tested on their ethics - or lack thereof
India

Now, UPSC aspirants will be tested on their ethics - or lack thereof

Civil services aspirants will face questions that will test their attitude to issues like probity in publiclife and problem solving approach in the paper on 'ethics,integrity and aptitude', introduced in the Mains examinationfrom this year