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Vodafone wins Rs 22,000 cr tax arbitration suit against India; govt liability estimated around Rs 75 cr
India

Vodafone wins Rs 22,000 cr tax arbitration suit against India; govt liability estimated around Rs 75 cr

The Government of India's liability will be restricted to about Rs 75 crore -- Rs 30 crore in cost and another Rs 45 crore in tax refund, sources with direct knowledge of the matter said

Aung San Suu Kyi to lead Myanmar defence in genocide against Rohingya Muslims charge at International Court of Justice
World

Aung San Suu Kyi to lead Myanmar defence in genocide against Rohingya Muslims charge at International Court of Justice

Both Gambia and Myanmar are signatories to the 1948 Genocide Convention, which not only prohibits States from committing genocide, but also compels all signatory states to prevent and punish the crime of genocide.

India virtually rejects Pakistan's conditional offer of consular access to Jadhav; demands access without 'fear of intimidation'
India

India virtually rejects Pakistan's conditional offer of consular access to Jadhav; demands access without 'fear of intimidation'

India has asked Pakistan to provide 'unimpeded' consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav in an environment free from the 'fear of intimidation'

Cannot ‘prejudge’ ICJ’s decision, Pakistan says ahead of judgement in Kulbhushan Jadhav case on 17 July
World

Cannot ‘prejudge’ ICJ’s decision, Pakistan says ahead of judgement in Kulbhushan Jadhav case on 17 July

Pakistan on Thursday said it cannot 'prejudge' the decision of the International Court of Justice in the former Indian naval officer Kulbhushan Jadhav's case on 17 July

Donald Trump's NSA John Bolton threatens war crimes court with sanctions; says 'we will not co-operate, the ICC is already dead to us'
World

Donald Trump's NSA John Bolton threatens war crimes court with sanctions; says 'we will not co-operate, the ICC is already dead to us'

America's long-running reluctant relationship with the International Criminal Court came to a crashing halt on Monday as decades of U.S. suspicions about the tribunal and its global jurisdiction spilled into open hostility, amid threats of sanctions if it investigates U.S. troops in Afghanistan.

Hague-based International Criminal Court says it has jurisdiction over alleged crimes against Rohingya in Myanmar
World

Hague-based International Criminal Court says it has jurisdiction over alleged crimes against Rohingya in Myanmar

The decision at the Hague-based court paves the way for prosecutor Fatou Bensouda to further examine whether there is sufficient evidence to file charges in the case, although she has not done so yet.

India renominates Dalveer Singh as ICJ judge for second term
India

India renominates Dalveer Singh as ICJ judge for second term

India has re-nominated Justice Dalveer Bhandari as its candidate for another term as judge at ICJ, the principal judicial organ of the UN.

Kulbhushan Jadhav case: India, Pakistan delegates meet, discuss timeline to enable hearing
India

Kulbhushan Jadhav case: India, Pakistan delegates meet, discuss timeline to enable hearing

Pakistan urged the International Court of Justice to adopt an expedited timetable for an early "substantive" hearing of the Kulbhushan Jadhav case

Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly calls for Kulbhushan Jadhav's execution
World

Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly calls for Kulbhushan Jadhav's execution

Peshawar: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly unanimously passed a resolution calling for the implementation of the death sentence handed down by a Pakistani military court to Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav.

Kulbhushan Jadhav row: International Court of Justice stays former naval officer's hanging by Pakistan
India

Kulbhushan Jadhav row: International Court of Justice stays former naval officer's hanging by Pakistan

The International Court of Justice has stayed the hanging of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav, who was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court on charges of "spying", reports said.

Bejing installs weapons systems in South China Sea, claims US report
World

Bejing installs weapons systems in South China Sea, claims US report

A US think tank says recent satellite images appear to show that China has installed anti-aircraft and anti-missile weapons on its man-made islands in the strategically vital South China Sea.

Gambia withdraws from International Criminal Court, accuses it of racial discrimination
World

Gambia withdraws from International Criminal Court, accuses it of racial discrimination

Gambia has announced its withdrawal from the International Criminal Court, accusing the Hague-based tribunal of the "persecution and humiliation of people of colour, especially Africans".

South Africa's withdrawal from International Criminal Court could spark a domino effect
World

South Africa's withdrawal from International Criminal Court could spark a domino effect

South Africa announced Friday that it would withdraw from the International Criminal Court, dealing a major blow to a troubled institution set up to try the world's worst crimes.

China's Supreme Court reaffirms claims over South China Seas, warns violators of criminal liability
World

China's Supreme Court reaffirms claims over South China Seas, warns violators of criminal liability

China's Supreme Court issued a regulation reaffirming the country's jurisdiction over South China Sea warning foreigners of criminal liability for violations of its sovereignty.

South China Sea: What next for China, Philippines and the omnipresent US?
World

South China Sea: What next for China, Philippines and the omnipresent US?

Even as Hague tribunal ruled in favour of Philippines, the outcome remains unclear as the tribunal has no way to enforce the ruling.

South China Sea dispute: International arbitration court's ruling set to ramp up tensions
World

South China Sea dispute: International arbitration court's ruling set to ramp up tensions

An arbitration court in The Hague will rule on the South China Sea dispute on Tuesday even as China has boycotted the hearings.

Italian marine Girone to return home, India's Supreme Court to decide on bail conditions
World

Italian marine Girone to return home, India's Supreme Court to decide on bail conditions

The UN tribunal has been approached to decide on the simple question on whether India or Italy has the jurisdiction to try the two marines.

Gaza crisis: Palestine FM to push for Israel war crimes case at ICC
World

Gaza crisis: Palestine FM to push for Israel war crimes case at ICC

Israel and the Palestinians have traded allegations of war crimes during the Gaza assault, while defending their own actions as consistent with the international law.

World hockey goes modern, to be played in four 15-minute quarters
Sports

World hockey goes modern, to be played in four 15-minute quarters

The new regulations will come into force from September 1 and thus will not be implemented in the Hockey World Cup to be held in The Hague.

US, UK to continue to support Libya's political transition
World

US, UK to continue to support Libya's political transition

British Foreign Secretary William Hague and US Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday that their countries would continue efforts to support Libya.