Justice Rajinder Sachar is no more

  AMN / NEW DELHI Well know legal luminary, human righ activist and former Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court Rajinder Sachar passed away at a private hospital here today. He was 94. He was admitted to the hospital earlier this week. Son of veteran freedom fighter and former Chief Minister of Punjab Bhim … Continue reading Justice Rajinder Sachar is no more

Opposition parties submit impeachment notice against CJI

AMN/ NEW DELHI Congress along with other parties leaders today met Vice President and Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu and gave notice for impeachment against Chief Justice of India. Later, Briefing media persons, Senior Congress Leader Ghulam Nabi Azad said, seven political parties in the Rajya Sabha have signed the motion. He said, 71 … Continue reading Opposition parties submit impeachment notice against CJI

2002 Gujrat riots: HC acquits Maya Kodnani

Upholds Babu Bajrangi’s life imprisonment AHMEDABAD / Agencies The Gujarat High Court on Friday acquitted former BJP minister Maya Kodnani, sentenced to 28 years in prison for leading the Naroda Patiya massacre in 2002 in which 97 people were killed. The court, however, upheld the life imprisonment of Bajrang Dal leader Babu Banrangi. The Court … Continue reading 2002 Gujrat riots: HC acquits Maya Kodnani

SC allows Sahara Group to choose any parcel of its property

AMN The Supreme Court Thursday allowed the Sahara Group to choose any parcel of its property in the Aamby Valley city project in Maharashtra and sell them by May 15 and deposit the proceeds with the SEBI-Sahara refund account. A special bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra made it clear that if the Sahara … Continue reading SC allows Sahara Group to choose any parcel of its property

SC says no to independent probe into death of Judge BH Loya

AMN / NEW DELHI Supreme Court has dismissed petitions seeking independent probe into the death of special CBI Judge BH Loya; calls these petitions a real and frontal attack on the independence of Judiciary. The Supreme Court Thursday dismissed a batch of petitions seeking an independent probe into the alleged mysterious death of special CBI … Continue reading SC says no to independent probe into death of Judge BH Loya

Four Saudi officers dead in Asir checkpoint attack

WEB DESK Four officers were shot dead and four others wounded today when their check post came under gunfire in southern Asir province in Saudi Arabia,. State media said citing the interior ministry, three officers were instantly killed when the outpost came under attack, without specifying who was behind it. Local authorities apprehended two suspects … Continue reading Four Saudi officers dead in Asir checkpoint attack

South African President leaves CHOGM to deal with protests

AMN /LONDON South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has cut short his attendance at the Commonwealth summit in London to deal with violent protests at home. Clashes have taken place in North West province where protesters are demanding jobs, housing and an end to corruption. Shops have been looted, roads barricaded and vehicles set alight. President … Continue reading South African President leaves CHOGM to deal with protests

Former New York Mayor Giuliani joins Trump legal team

AMN Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, a one-time federal prosecutor, is joining US President Donald Trump’s personal legal team. The legal team is dealing with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe for the President. Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow praised him in a statement yesterday, saying Rudy is great. The statement said, Rudy wants to … Continue reading Former New York Mayor Giuliani joins Trump legal team

Australian navy has right to move across South China Sea: PM Turnbull

WEB DESK Australia’s Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull today said the Australian navy has a perfect right to move across the South China Sea. He said in Canberra that Australia maintain and practice the right of freedom of navigation and overflight throughout the world including South China Sea as its perfect right in accordance with international … Continue reading Australian navy has right to move across South China Sea: PM Turnbull

Berlin set for mass evacuation as World War II bomb is defused

WEB DESK A large-scale evacuation is to take place in Berlin today to allow experts to defuse a World War Two bomb. Buildings will be cleared in a 2,625 feet radius from the construction site where the bomb was discovered. Thousands of unexploded bombs from the 1939-45 war are found every year. Police said there … Continue reading Berlin set for mass evacuation as World War II bomb is defused