NEW DELHI - The Delhi High Court Wednesday issued a notice to the Delhi government seeking information about the medical guidelines followed by all state-run hospitals for blood donation as a petitioner alleged “a racket in the trading of blood”.
NEW DELHI - Extradited gangster Abu Salem, facing charges of extortion, Wednesday told a city court that conducting his trial by video-conferencing was not fair and it would violate his extradition conditions.
NEW DELHI - The government Wednesday justified its stand on collecting airport development fee (ADF) from passengers departing from Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International airport and told the Delhi High Court that it was well within law.
NEW DELHI - Taking serious note of the insensitivity shown towards children living in juvenile homes, the Delhi High Court Wednesday constituted a four-member committee to look into their welfare.
NEW DELHI - The Supreme Court Wednesday stayed the scheduled hanging of a man, convicted of raping and killing his four-year-old daughter, at the Ambala Central jail in Haryana Friday.
UBS to divulge 4,450 account names, more expected
WASHINGTON — Swiss banking giant UBS AG agreed Wednesday to turn over to the IRS the details of 4,450 accounts suspected of holding undeclared assets by American customers, ending an intense trans-Atlantic legal fight.
ALIGARH - Minister of State for External Affairs Shashi Tharoor Wednesday said Bollywood icon Shah Rukh Khan’s detention at a US airport raised real questions about US procedures.
NEW DELHI - Dalit and backward category students competing in the civil services exams on merit should be allowed to avail quota benefits to secure higher services and better cadres, the central government said in the Supreme Court Wednesday, opposing the Madras High Court’s March 2008 ruling, which had held to the contrary.
Sister: ‘Survivor’ winner jailed for TV interview
NEWPORT, R.I. — The sister of “Survivor” winner Richard Hatch says she thinks her brother was sent back to jail because he granted an interview.
Model in Malaysia to be caned for drinking beer
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — A Muslim part-time model will be caned next week, becoming the first woman in Malaysia to be given the punishment under Islamic law, after she pleaded guilty to drinking beer, a prosecutor said Wednesday.