Chief Justice of India SA Bobde told solicitor general Tushar Mehta to let Italy pay compensation to the victims' families, after which the court (may or will?) allow the withdrawal of case against the marines
Italian marines' case: International arbitration court begins hearing in matter; both accused presently in home country
The marines were aboard the Italian-flagged commercial oil tanker 'Enrica Lexie' when they killed the two Indian fishermen.
The Supreme Court will hear a plea filed by Massimiliano Latorre, the Italian marine accused of killing two Indian fishermen in 2012, seeking an extension of his stay in Italy until July 2017
The Supreme Court on Wednesday reportedly allowed Marine Massimiliano Latorre, accused of killing Indian fishermen, to remain in Italy till jurisdiction issue is decided.
Italian marine Girone returns home: Will India now get entry to the Missile Transfer Control Regime?
Now that Italian marine Salvatore Girone has returned home after four years in Indian custody, will Italy relent?
The Supreme Court decision to release the lone Italian marine detained in the country in connection with the killing of two Indian fishermen off the coast of Kerala in 2012 has dashed the fishing community’s hopes for justice.
The International Tribunal of Arbitration, had asked both India and Italy to cooperate for Girone's return till arbitration proceedings before it continue.
Supreme Court on Thursday relaxed the bail conditions of Salvatore Girone, one of the two Italian marines accused of killing two fishermen off Kerala coast in 2012, and allowed him to go to his country till an International Arbitral Tribunal decides the jurisdictional issue between India and Italy.
The Supreme Court on Thursday said an Italian marine under investigation for the killing of two fishermen is free to go home while international arbitration into the case is ongoing.
he Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear on May 26 the plea of Salvatore Girone, one of the two Italian marines who are accused of killing two fishermen off Kerala coast, seeking permission to go to his country till an International Arbitral Tribunal decides the jurisdictional issue between India and Italy.
From TMC's walk out to Arun Jaitley's statement on the Italian Marines case, here's a round-up of Tuesday's parliament session so far
Italy will have to return its marine Salvatore Girone, held in India on murder charges, in case the court finds Indian jurisdiction over the case, the UN tribunal said on Tuesday.
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.
A UN arbitration tribunal has ruled in favour of Italian marine Girone by allowing him to return home pending the arbitration proceedings at the Hague.
The Supreme Court extended the stay of marine Massimiliano Latorre, who along with his colleague Salvatore Girone is accused of killing two fishermen.
Italy's ambassador to the Netherlands, Francesco Azzarello, told the Permanent Court of Arbitration that the marine is being used as collateral in the dispute.
India had granted Massimiliano Latorre, who suffered a stroke while in New Delhi in 2014, a period of leave in Italy for medical treatment, but he was supposed to return by Friday.
Italy on Monday hailed as "a useful result" a UN tribunal's order to "suspend" court proceedings in India and Italy involving two Italian marines charged with killing two Indian fishermen, saying it definitively established that the Indian justice system will not be handling the case.
India has sought rejection of Italy's plea to an international tribunal for handing over of two of its marines, accused of killing two Indian fishermen.
Italy has again raised the issue of its two marines facing trial in India with UN chief Ban Ki-moon, whose office said that the UN's position of resolving the issue bilaterally "remains unchanged".