The bill, which seeks to provide further right of review and reconsideration, is in line with the judgment of the International Court of Justice in the case
Bangladesh begins relocating Rohingya refugees to floating island; human rights groups oppose process
The island's facilities are built to accommodate one lakh people, just a fraction of the million Rohingya Muslims who have fled waves of violent persecution in their native Myanmar and are currently living in crowded, squalid refugee camps
India failed to appoint lawyer to represent Kulbhushan Jadhav, Pakistan law ministry tells Islamabad HC
This comes after Pakistan on Thursday once again rejected India's demand that an Indian lawyer or a Queen's Counsel be appointed for Jadhav, a death-row prisoner
On 16 July, Pakistan provided consular access to Jadhav, but the Indian government said the access was "neither meaningful nor credible"
The Islamabad High Court recently ordered the Pakistan government to give "another chance" to India to appoint a counsel for Jadhav, who has been sentenced to death by a military court
Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Pakistan has failed to address core issues in implementing ICJ judgment, says MEA
A bench of the Islamabad High Court will hear the case seeking India’s consular access to Jadhav on 3 September
Give India 'another chance' to appoint lawyer for Kulbhushan Jadhav, Pakistan court tells Imran Khan govt
Jadhav, a 50-year-old retired Indian Navy officer, was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court on charges of espionage and terrorism in April 2017
Pakistan had earlier this month said 20 July is the last date of filing a review petition by Jadhav against the death sentence handed down to him.
Pakistan grants Kulbhushan Jadhav second consular meeting after India asks for 'unconditional' access
Regarding the meeting, Pakistan said two Indian officers were provided unimpeded and uninterrupted consular access to Jadhav on Thursday
Pakistan says Kulbhushan Jadhav has refused to file appeal against conviction; India dismisses claim as 'farce'
The MEA said that Islamabad coerced the former Indian naval officer to forgo his rights to seek implementation of the ICJ judgment
ICJ condemns US sanctions against court staff probing American troops for war crimes in Afghanistan, terms it 'unacceptable interference'
The International Criminal Court has condemned the Trump administration’s decision to authorize sanctions against court staff, saying it amounted to “an unacceptable attempt to interfere with the rule of law and the Court’s judicial proceedings.
2012 Delhi gangrape and murder: Three convicts approach International Court of Justice seeking stay on execution of death sentence
The four convicts in the 2012 Delhi gangrape case — Vinay, Akshay Thakur, Pawan Gupta and Mukesh Singh — are scheduled to be hanged at 5:30 am on 20 March.
Rohingya crisis: In landmark judgment, ICJ tells Myanmar to take measures to prevent genocide against 'vulnerable' minority, demands report in 4 months
In a sweeping legal victory for members of the Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar, the United Nations' top court on Thursday ordered the government to take all measures in its power to prevent genocide against the minority community.
Bangladeshi island Bhasan Char ready to house Rohingya refugees; embankments, houses, hospitals, mosques built says country's refugee, relief and repatriation commissioner
Bhasan Char is ready for habitation, everything has been put in place, Bangladesh refugee, relief and repatriation commissioner Mahbub Alam Talukder said
Rohingya crisis: ICJ to rule on emergency measures in genocide case filed by Gambia against Myanmar on 23 Jan
Gambia has accused Myanmar of violating the 1948 Genocide Convention in a military campaign that expelled more than 7,30,000 Rohingya from the country
On day Aung San Suu Kyi denies allegations of genocide in Rakhine, around 100 Rohingya Muslims appear in Myanmar court on charges of 'illegal travel'
Dozens of Rohingya Muslims appeared in a Myanmar court on Wednesday to face charges of travelling illegally after they were arrested while fleeing apartheid-like conditions in the country’s Rakhine state
Aung San Suu Kyi denies allegations of genocide against Rohingya community at ICJ, says 2017 exodus was result of battle with insurgents
Myanmar’s former pro-democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi on Wednesday denied that her country’s armed forces committed genocide against the Rohingya minority, telling the UN’s top court that the exodus of hundreds of thousands of Muslims was the unfortunate result of a battle with insurgents.
Aung San Suu Kyi at The Hague: Fallen pro-democracy icon appears at ICJ to contest charges of genocide of Rohingya community
Suu Kyi, who was awarded the 1991 Nobel Peace Prize for championing democracy and rights under Myanmar’s then-ruling junta, is leading the Myanmar delegation in her capacity as foreign minister.
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.
Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Pakistan rules out deal with India on consular access, says steps to implement ICJ verdict will be based on ‘local laws’
Pakistan on Thursday ruled out any deal with India in death-row convict Kulbhushan Jadhav's case and said any step taken to implement the ICJ's decision will be according to its own laws.