Prime Minister deems EU deal ‘a sign of confidence for Europe and Portugal’
Portugal’s Prime Minister, António Costa, has today said that the agreement reached at the European Council in Brussels, gives "a sign of confidence" to Europe and Portugal for the covid-19 post-pandemic economic recovery.
EU to provide 20m Euros to maintain rule of law in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: The European Union (EU) will provide total grant assistance of worth €20 million (PKR 3.6 Billion) for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and its newly-merged districts, as well as Balochistan, to m
Federal government to bring two-year performance before the nation
Federal government to bring two-year performance before the nation
Punjab to take legal action against those using fake SC certificates for receiving benefits
Punjab Government on Tuesday made it clear that strict legal action would be initiated not only against those using “fake” certificates to receive government benefits, but also against any officer or official found involved in verifying such certificates. Issuing a strong warning, Punjab
B.C. provincial court to get six more judges to help with backlog of cases due to virus
Victoria lawyer Wendy Bernt is among three new judges appointed to British Columbia’s provincial court. The province has also reappointed three senior judges as it attempts to clear away a . . .
Varavara Rao taking undue benefit of pandemic to seek bail: NIA to Bombay HC
The affidavit by the NIA, filed through Vikram Khalate, Superintendent of Police, NIA head office branch, Mumbai, opposing Rao’s interim bail plea was filed in the High Court on July 16.
Varavara Rao taking undue advantage of pandemic to seek bail: NIA
The affidavit was filed in the High Court through Vikram Khalate, Superintendent of Police, NIA head office, Mumbai branch, opposing Rao's bail plea. Rao had undergone a swab test on July 14 and was confirmed positive on July 16.
'China will face consequences of misplaced aggression'
'China will face consequences of misplaced aggression'. 'We are beginning to see that the rest of the world will not simply accept the domination of one power'
Nzimande orders probe into Unisa and its mandate: ‘It is clearly too big to fail’
Broader than just Unisa, his department is also working on a review of the Higher Education Act.
Polish court takes into custody ex-chief of Ukraine's road management agency
One of his accomplices may be released on PLN 1 million bail.
CAT dismisses IAS officer Khemka’s plea seeking directions to Centre to consider his empanelment
Khemka stated that he had earlier made a representation to the Union of India on June 26, 2018, wherein he had pointed out that he was not given an opportunity to serve at the Centre for no fault on his part and therefore, he should not be penalised by excluding him from consideration of empanelment.
N40b NDDC probe: Reps declare Ojougboh unfit to hold office, direct probe of contracts
This followed an observation raised by the Chairman, House Committee on Rules and Business, Rep. Abubakar Fulata (APC-Jigawa), at plenary on Thursday.
Rajasthan political crisis: Ashok Gehlot accuses Governor of being under pressure to not call Assembly session
Deepening the Rajasthan political crisis, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has accused the Governor of being under pressure to not call an Assembly session. Gehlot also claimed that some rebel Congress MLAs are anxious to return to the party fold.
Jaswinder Kaur bribery case: CBI court initiates proclamation proceedings against accused, directs her to appear on August 29
Meanwhile, the other accused in the case, Bhagwan Singh filed a bail application in the CBI court, stating that he has been falsely implicated in the case.
Rajasthan: Ashok Gehlot meets governor after alleging he is under pressure to not convene Assembly
The MLAs supporting the chief minister shouted slogans outside Raj Bhawan to call an Assembly session.
What the law says about a governor’s power to summon, prorogue or dissolve an assembly
Legal experts say a governor has to act according to the aid and advice of the council of ministers. She or he has no discretion to refuse but to act on the cabinet's advice. 
Supreme Court refuses to stay contempt proceedings against Andhra government
The bench comprising Chief Justice of India SA Bobde, Justices AS Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian turned down a petition filed by the Reddy government seeking to stay the contempt proceedings against it initiated in the high court.
SPFL board bid to decide Scottish football's fate in any future outbreak blocked
The motion was rejected following Friday's SPFL board meeting.
Huawei lawyers claim Trump created 'ominous' climate for extradition of CFO Meng to US: Documents
The applications are based in part on what Meng's lawyers allege was a destruction of the integrity of the judicial process by United States President Donald Trump and other senior members of the administration by their intention to use Meng "as a bargaining chip in a trade dispute."
Kyiv court sees no violation in Zelensky's assets declaration
Under Article 105 of the Constitution of Ukraine, the President enjoys the right of immunity during his or her tenure.
Will go to Rashtrapati Bhavan, protest outside PM’s residence if needed: Ashok Gehlot amid Rajasthan crisis
Earlier on Friday, in a huge setback for the Congress government, the Rajasthan High Court made Centre a party in the disqualification case.
Hin Leong's Lim family seeks to halt law firm from taking court role
SINGAPORE: Members of the Lim family that owns Hin Leong Trading have asked a court to stop law firm Rajah & Tann (R&T) from working for ...
Gross violation of rules; 110 ownership documents to revoke in Munnar
The report submitted by the sub-collector pointed out that gross violation of rules occurred over allocating land under Life Insurence Project. The report demanded to have taken stringent action against the officials involved.
SC reserves order on plea for transferring funds collected in PM CARES to NDRF
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Centre, told a bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan that the PM CARES Fund is a "voluntary fund" while funds to the NDRF and SDRF are made available through budgetary allocations.
Coronavirus: SC reserves order on plea seeking to transfer funds from PM CARES to NDRF
The Centre told the court that this was a ‘voluntary fund’, while funds to the NDRF and SDRF were made available through budgetary allocations.
Federal govt orders formal investigations, action against 'sugar cartel'
FIA, SBP, FBR, SECP, CCP, Sindh and Punjab chief secretary to start "comprehensive investigation", submit report in 90 days.
SC reserves order on plea for transferring funds collected in PM CARES to NDRF
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LSK goes after Uhuru over conferment of Senior Counsel title to 24 lawyers
Senior Counsel titles creates problems for Uhuru
Canada's Trudeau to testify in parliament amid ethics investigation involving charity
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will testify before a parliamentary committee on Thursday about his government's decision to ask a charity with ties to his family to administer a C$900 million ($674 million) student grant program. Trudeau will appear before the House of Commons Finance Committee at 3 p.m., while…
Federal Cabinet to approve commission to investigate petrol crisis
Federal Cabinet to also review coronavirus situation in the country as part of its 13-point agenda
US: Law to bring civil rights-era crimes to public view stalled
In spite of a law to that effect, the process meant to make public case documents from investigations into unsolved civil rights movement-era hate crimes has languished because US President Donald Trump has so far not appointed a review board central to gathering and declassifying the files, observers say.
Vikas Dubey encounter: Supreme Court dismisses pleas seeking to reconstitute inquiry commission
Gangster Vikas Dubey was killed in an encounter earlier this month when a police vehicle carrying him from Ujjain to Kanpur met with an accident and he tried to escape.
Intelligence chief nominee threatens legal action against opposition party’s claim over inter-Korean secret deal
YAN appeals govt not to fall prey to vested interests
Reacting to the ban of dog meat in Nagaland as arbitrary and confusing, the Youth Association of Nagaland (YAN) has appealed that “the Nagaland government should not fall prey to vested interests of the mainland, or become puppets to some animal activists.”
Punjab: Inspector Jaswinder Kaur moves court, seeks to be lodged separately in Burail jail
The accused Inspector who is on CBI remand at present will be produced in the CBI court on Wednesday. The CBI court meanwhile, acting on Kaur’s petition, issued a notice to the Superintendent Jail, Burail, for July 29, Wednesday.
Notice to State on plea questioning seat reservation in NLSIU
The High Court of Karnataka has ordered issue of notice to the State government on a petition filed by a 17-year-old student questioning constitutional validity of the recent law that reserves 25% of
AG challenges suit seeking to restrain Asiedu from acting as Auditor-General
Deputy Attorney-General Godfred Yeboah Dame will Wednesday morning urge the Supreme Court to dismiss an application for an injunction seeking to restrain Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu from Acting as Auditor-General.
Trump defends use of hydroxychloroquine to ward off Covid-19, contradicting health officials
President Donald Trump groused on Tuesday about medical expert Anthony Fauci's high approval ratings and joked that "nobody likes me" as he struggles to improve his standing with voters for his handl…
ICT tariff case: WTO to set up dispute panels against India on request of Chinese Taipei, Japan
Earlier, India had blocked the first request of these two countries for setting up a dispute settlement panel at the WTO. According to the trade dispute norms of WTO, if a request comes for the second time, the panel is formed.
Federal panel could consolidate Florida business interruption claims into class action suit
So many COVID-19 business interruption lawsuits have been filed against insurers across the country that a federal judicial panel has called for a hearing on how to legally process them all.
LifeLabs seeks court order to prevent public release of investigation into breach
LifeLabs is seeking a court order to prevent the public release of provincial privacy commissioners' joint report about its 2019 privacy breach.
Kavanaugh urged Supreme Court to avoid decisions on Trump finances, abortion: report
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh wrote a series of memos to his colleagues on the nation’s highest court urging them not to take up recent cases on Louisiana abortion regulations and Democratic
Contractual staff cannot be fired without inquiry
Two-judge HC bench says when any charge is levelled, govt has to hold inquiry even if accused employee is on fixed-pay contract
Prosecutor General: Detention of Jelgava prosecutor linked to revealing information to third persons
The detention of a prosecutor in the central Latvian city of Jelgava is linked with revealing information to third persons, Latvian Prosecutor General Juris Stukāns noted in an interview with the TV3 programme 900 sekundes.
Vikas Dubey case: Kanpur Police to invoke provision of NSA against accused
In the heinous Kanpur encounter incidence in which eight police personnel of Uttar Pradesh Police were killed, the Kanpur Police will invoke.
DA goes to court to overturn government order to close public schools
With no sign that President Cyril Ramaophosa’s public school closure announcement has been gazetted, the DA is seeking a court declaration to nullify the decision.
Moderna board member resigns to avoid conflict of interest during coronavirus vaccine trial
Dr. Elizabeth "Betsy" Nabel is leaving effective immediately after sitting on the company's board of directors for five years, Moderna said in a statement.
Swiss launch criminal probe of FIFA boss Infantino, seek probe of AG
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Moderna board member resigns to avoid conflict of interest during coronavirus vaccine trial
Spread the love Moderna in Cambridge, MA is pictured on Feb. 28, 2020. David L. Ryan | The Boston Globe via Getty Images A member of Moderna’s board of directors resigned to avoid any “potential or even apparent conflict of interest” during the company’s phase three trial for its potential coronavirus vaccine, the company announced … Moderna board member resigns to avoid conflict of interest during coronavirus vaccine trial Read More »
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