Apex court to hear lawsuit on Bangalore business school

NEW DELHI - The Supreme Court Monday slated for final hearing a lawsuit that has sought closure of a Bangalore-based business school, allegedly for duping students after extracting from them huge fees though the school has no affiliation with any university.

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Is Zardari on the way out?

ISLAMABAD - Is Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari on the way out in the wake of the government’s capitulation on the lawyers’ demand for reinstating the Supreme Court and high court judges who were sacked in 2007?

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Lemon law for “used cars” also?

old-carPurchasing an used car from an used car dealer is obviously tougher than buying new ones from a showroom. It appears that the law is the only recourse in dealing with dealers of used cars.

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Where to palace a medical malpractice complaint in Yemen?

medical_malpracticeTo be frank and straight, there is no such clear place to issue a medical malpractice complain in Yemen. And if there is any common people doesn’t know where it is, it’s all in ink and paper only.

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Plea to scrap BJP poll symbol dismissed

NEW DELHI - The Supreme Court Monday dismissed a lawsuit seeking scrapping of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) poll symbol ‘lotus’ stating that despite being regarded as the national flower, ‘the lotus has not been legally notified’ or declared as the national flower.

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NAACP filed racism class action lawsuit against Wells Fargo and HSBC

racismThe class action lawsuit was filed by NAACP in the federal court of Los Angeles county alleging that Wells Fargo and HSBC  engaged in institutional racism against African-American borrowers.

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Jubilation across Pakistan as judges restored, ‘long march’ off

ISLAMABAD - Celebrations erupted across Pakistan as the government Monday buckled in to agitating lawyers and restored the Supreme Court and high court judges sacked in 2007, prompting opposition leader Nawaz Sharif to call off the ‘long march’ that had raised the spectre of political instability.

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Apex court cracks whip against ragging

NEW DELHI - Taking note of the death of a student and an attempted suicide by another due to ragging, the Supreme Court Monday issued notices to the heads of two educational institutions asking why contempt proceedings should not be launched against them for failure to prevent ragging.

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Lawyer power wins for second time in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD - For the second time in nine months, Pakistan’s gutsy lawyers have proved they are a force to reckon with despite the lack of an organised structure to lead their agitation.

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Pak steered out of turmoil for the moment

ISLAMABAD - Intense and hard negotiation backed by major foreign powers led to reconciliation, steering Pakistan out of the turmoil and changing the charged up political atmosphere ahead of the lawyers ‘Long March’.

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