Court allows Indian Mujahideen suspects to be taken to Maharashtra

NEW DELHI - A city court Tuesday allowed suspected media cell members of the Indian Mujahideen to be taken to Maharashtra after Delhi Police said they have completed investigations regarding the terror e-mails sent to the media before the serial bombings in the country last year.

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Supreme Court judges ready to declare assets, but with riders

NEW DELHI - Judges of the Supreme Court are not opposed to declaring their assets but the information should not be misused and should be kept out of the ambit of the Right to Information Act (RTI) act, Additional Solicitor General G.E. Vahanvati told the Delhi High Court Tuesday.

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Pakistan confirms judges’ reinstatement

ISLAMABAD - Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari announced the reinstatement of the country’s sacked top judge and 10 others Tuesday, a day after yielding to country-wide protests by lawyers and opposition parties amid a political standoff.

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Around NIS 800 million class action suit is hanging over Cellcom Israel

Cellcom-IsraelA purported class action lawsuit was filed against Cellular provider Cellcom Israel Ltd. by a plaintiff on Tuesday in the district court of central region.

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Century Aluminum Company faces class action lawsuit for violating federal securities law

century-aluminumRenowned law firm Izard Nobel LLP, announces that a lawsuit seeking class action status against Century Aluminum Company has been filed in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.

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Class action lawsuit files against Monaco Coach over wrongful terrmination of employees

monaco-coach-logoRecreational vehicle manufacturer Monaco Coach Corp. failed to give advance notice to the employees before layoff on December.

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Lawyers’ boycott of judge to end after roster change

CHANDIGARH - The Punjab and Haryana High Court lawyers’ boycott of Justice Uma Nath Singh’s court is likely to end Thursday with the duty roster of the judges being changed by Chief Justice Tirath Singh Thakur.

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Agra officials fined for felling trees, ecologists pleased

AGRA - The Supreme Court has fined officials of the Uttar Pradesh forest department and the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) for illegally felling thousands of trees and beginning construction work. Environmentalists here are happy that Rs.20,000 would be deducted from the salaries of those found guilty.

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Lawyers harden stand as Tamil Nadu courts begin ex parte hearings

CHENNAI - While the Madras High Court, its Madurai Bench and other subordinate courts began hearing litigants appearing as parties-in-person after a break of almost a month, striking lawyers’ organisations continued to stay off from the work Monday.

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