World | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday July 8, 2014
President Michelle Bachelet said Monday she will seek to have the International Criminal Court of Justice declared an inappropriate venue for settling landlocked Bolivia's demand for access to the Pacific through Chile.
Thursday July 3, 2014
A bench headed by Justice T S Thakur, however, raised apprehension on Sahara selling international properties and asked the company to first dispose of its assets which are in the country.
Thursday June 26, 2014
Vodafone Group has already begun an international arbitration against the Indian government in the more than Rs 20,000 crore tax case. From its side, the Indian government has appointed former Chief Justice of India RC Lahoti as arbitrator in the tax...
World | Associated Press | Wednesday June 18, 2014
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court is excoriating the UN Security Council for its failure to take action to bring Sudan's President Oman al-Bashir and others accused of war crimes in Darfur to justice.
World | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday June 17, 2014
Japan has slaughtered 30 minke whales off its northeast coast, in the first hunt since the UN's top court ordered Tokyo to stop killing the animals in the Antarctic, the government said.
World | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday June 10, 2014
Australia and New Zealand Tuesday called on Japan to respect a UN court order banning whale hunting in Antarctic waters, after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he would increase efforts to restart the commercial activity.
World | Reuters | Friday April 18, 2014
Japan said on Friday it would redesign its controversial Antarctic whaling mission in a bid to make it more scientific, after a United Nations court ruled it was a commercial hunt masquerading as research.
World | Agence France-Presse | Monday March 31, 2014
The United Nations' top court on Monday ordered Japan to end its annual Antarctic whale hunt, saying in a landmark ruling that the programme was a commercial activity disguised as science.
World | Associated Press | Monday February 3, 2014
A Japanese whaling ship and an anti-whaling protest boat collided in the remote, icy seas off Antarctica, with both sides on Monday blaming each other for the crash.
Cities | Written by Sam Daniel | Saturday August 31, 2013
A Mahila Court in Chennai on Friday sentenced a woman to 10 years rigorous imprisonment for pushing her two minor daughters into prostitution. She was awarded a jail term of 10 years each on two counts, and seven years each on three counts. However, ...
India | Edited by Shamik Ghosh | Wednesday July 31, 2013
A video taken during a Pakistani army function has reportedly captured a soldier sharing details of an encounter in which Captain Saurabh Kalia, and five of his platoon members were killed in 1999 just before the Kargil war broke out.
World | Agence France-Presse | Friday May 24, 2013
French prosecutors began questioning IMF chief Christine Lagarde for a second day Friday to decide if she should be charged over a state payout to a disgraced tycoon during her time as finance minister.
South | Press Trust of India | Sunday March 17, 2013
Students' of various colleges in Tamil Nadu are continuing their protests over the Sri Lankan Tamils issue.
India | Reported by A Vaidyanathan; edited by Mala Das | Monday March 4, 2013
The Supreme Court wants to know if the government will take the case of two Indian soldiers who were killed and mutilated on January 8 by Pakistani troops to the International Court of Justice at The Hague. One of the two soldiers was found decapitat...
Wednesday February 27, 2013
After hearing claims that BP Plc put profits above safety in the first day of court testimony over the 2010 Gulf of Mexico disaster, a senior executive for the oil company insisted the blame should be shared.
Tuesday February 26, 2013
Google did battle with Spain's data protection authority in Europe's highest court on Tuesday, in a case with global implications that poses one of the toughest questions of the Internet age: When is information really private?
Sunday February 3, 2013
An Indian-American pharmacist has been sentenced to 17 years in prison by a US court for a healthcare fraud worth millions. Babubhai (Bob) Patel, 50, who owned and operated 26 pharmacies across metro Detroit, was sentenced in Michigan court, five mon...
Jesse Eisinger | Thursday January 24, 2013
Hundreds of pages of internal Morgan Stanley documents, released publicly last week, shed much new light on what bankers knew at the height of the housing bubble and what they did with that secret knowledge. The documents suggest that people across t...
India | Written by NK Kalia | Friday December 21, 2012
Captain Saurabh Kalia was taken prisoner during the Kargil War between India and Pakistan. His mutilated body was returned to India on June 9, 1999. His father, Dr NK Kalia, 64, a retired senior scientist from the Council of Scientific and Industri...
India | Edited by Abhinav Bhatt | Saturday December 15, 2012
On a day the Supreme Court asked the government to explain whether it will take the case of Kargil martyr Saurabh Kalia's torture to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) at The Hague, visiting Pakistani interior minister Rehman Malik said he was ...