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  • Bangladesh Upholds Death Sentence For Top Islamist Leader

    Bangladesh Upholds Death Sentence For Top Islamist Leader

    Bangladesh's highest court today upheld the death sentence for the leader of the country's largest Islamist party for crimes during its 1971 independence struggle, paving the way for his execution within months.

  • Australia 'Disappointed' At Japan Whaling: Malcolm Turnbull

    Australia 'Disappointed' At Japan Whaling: Malcolm Turnbull

    Australia is "very disappointed" at Tokyo's decision to resume whaling in the Antarctic Ocean, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said today as he readied for talks with Japanese premier Shinzo Abe.

  • Australia Threatens Legal Action Against Japanese Whaling

    Australia Threatens Legal Action Against Japanese Whaling

    Australia has threated to take legal action against Japan's resumption of Antarctic whaling. Australia's foreign and environmental ministers said in a statement Monday that the country has joined 32 others to oppose a Japanese whaling expedition that left last week to catch up to 333 minke whales in the Antarctic.

  • New Zealand and Australia Lead Japan Whaling Protest

    New Zealand and Australia Lead Japan Whaling Protest

    New Zealand led an international protest today against Japan's plans to resume killing whales in the Southern Ocean, while Australia said it was considering further legal action.

  • Japan Fleet Sets Sail for Antarctic Whale Hunt

    Japan Fleet Sets Sail for Antarctic Whale Hunt

    A Japanese whaling fleet set sail for the Antarctic today, on a mission to resume the slaughter after a one-year pause, with environmentalists slamming the move as a "crime against nature".

  • Japan Whaling Fleet Set to leave for Antarctic

    Japan Whaling Fleet Set to leave for Antarctic

    Japan's whaling fleet leaves on Tuesday for the Antarctic for a three-month, scaled-down hunt, the government said, despite protests from opponents who say Tokyo has not proven that whales need to be killed for research.

  • Sea Shepherd Warns Japan Against Resuming Whaling

    Sea Shepherd Warns Japan Against Resuming Whaling

    Environmental activist group Sea Shepherd today warned Japan against resuming "research" whaling in the Antarctic while calling on the Australian government to intervene.

  • Cairn Wants Government to Appoint Arbitrator by November 11: Report

    Cairn Wants Government to Appoint Arbitrator by November 11: Report

    Cairn Energy of UK is willing to suspend its appeal to International Court of Justice seeking appointment of an arbitrator on behalf of Government of India to resolve the Rs 10,247-crore tax dispute, provided an arbitral panel is put in place by November 11.

  • Government to Appoint Arbitrator to Resolve Cairn Tax Row: Report

    Government to Appoint Arbitrator to Resolve Cairn Tax Row: Report

    The government has told the International Court of Justice that it will soon appoint an arbitrator to resolve the Rs 10,247-crore tax dispute with British oil explorer Cairn Energy Plc.

  • Government to Join Cairn Tax Arbitration; to Appoint Arbitrator Soon: Report

    Government to Join Cairn Tax Arbitration; to Appoint Arbitrator Soon: Report

    This follows Cairn, which had on March 10 slapped an arbitration notice against the tax being raised on a 2006 internal business reorganisation, moving The Hague-based International Court of Justice seeking appointment of an arbitrator on behalf of the Indian government.

  • Bail to Digambar Kamat 'Miscarriage of Justice', Goa Police Tells High Court

    Bail to Digambar Kamat 'Miscarriage of Justice', Goa Police Tells High Court

    Goa police, while challenging the anticipatory bail granted to former Chief Minister Digambar Kamat in Louis Berger bribery case by a lower court, today said it was "gross miscarriage of justice." in the High Court.

  • Indonesia Court Rejects Sex Abuse Lawsuit Against International School

    Indonesia Court Rejects Sex Abuse Lawsuit Against International School

    A Jakarta court today threw out a multi-million dollar sex abuse lawsuit against an international school, raising hopes for two teachers who were jailed in a related case that had triggered concerns about the justice system in Indonesia.

  • Dutee Chand Decision Welcomed by Sports Ministry

    Dutee Chand Decision Welcomed by Sports Ministry

    A three-member panel of the apex court in sports chaired by Justice Annabelle Claire Bennett suspended the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) regulation governing eligibility of females with naturally-occurring hyperandrogenism. This allowed Dutee Chand, a 100 and 200m specialist, to be "immediately and unconditionally eligib...

  • Russia Vetoes UN Move to Recognize Srebrenica 'Genocide'

    Russia Vetoes UN Move to Recognize Srebrenica 'Genocide'

    Russia vetoed a draft UN resolution Wednesday that would have recognized the Srebrenica massacre as genocide, saying it unfairly singled out Bosnian Serbs for war crimes.

  • UN Divided on Calling Srebrenica 'Genocide' 20 Years On

    UN Divided on Calling Srebrenica 'Genocide' 20 Years On

    The UN Security Council has postponed a vote recognising the Srebrenica massacre as genocide after Russia threatened to veto the draft text, even as Serbia's prime minister called for reconciliation 20 years after the slaughter.

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