Judges who have opposed the “political hijacking” of Poland’s judiciary are suffering unfair discrimination, human rights group Amnesty International said on Thursday, adding to European Union
Affirmative action, known in local parlance as reservation, is one of the most sensitive issues of modern India. Its roots lie in the caste system, which apologists present as a form of division of labour. The caste system went way beyond division of labour.
Judge Aftab Afridi was travelling to Islamabad from Peshawar when his car came under fire at the Swabi Interchange on Motorway. Afridi, his wife, daughter-in-law and three-year-old grandson died while the driver was seriously injured.
A divided House Judiciary Committee voted 23-17 along party lines to approve articles of impeachment charging Trump with abusing the power of his office over the Ukraine scandal and obstructing House Democrats' attempts to investigate him for it.
Trump has been seeking to block access to his tax returns and other records in cases brought by New York prosecutors and Democratic-controlled committees in the House of Representatives.
China’s national security law for Hong Kong has shaken the city’s legal foundations in the year since it was imposed, lawyers say, with court decisions and sweeping new powers for prosecution fuelling concerns about rights and the rule of law.
It’s a moment many Democrats on the panel have been waiting for. Several had agitated for Trump’s impeachment in response to the findings of special counsel Robert Mueller in April.
The news of his demise was confirmed by Malik's brother-in-law, Waheed Javed, who said Malik's condition was critical for the past two days and he had been placed on a ventilator.
The Abu Dhabi Judicial Department has suspended the work systems of four typing offices, through which judicial requests can be submitted, due to their non-compliance with operational requirements and standards.