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Oman, Azerbaijan, Israel and Nepal," the Ministry of Home Affairs said in reply to an RTI query...At present, India has the treaty in criminal matters with 32 countries including Iran, Kuwait, Mauritius, Switzerland, Mexico, Thailand, Vietnam and
While the proposal was unanimously passed by members of the East African Legislative Assembly during their last week's sessions, the other organ, the East African Law Society is opposing the idea. The parliamentarians advised that the four Kenyan
Is the Philippines afraid of China’s continued presence at the disputed Scarborough Shoal? This question cropped up Tuesday a few hours after 19 senators adopted two treaties that would strengthen the Philippines'
An off hand comment to a provincial court judge in Prince Albert landed a legal aid lawyer in trouble recently, although it also highlighted the large caseloads lawyers routinely deal with. Lawyer Chanda Tannis came close to being cited for contempt
June 23, 2011 The Maldivian People's Majlis (parliament) on Wednesday refused to approve a treaty between India and Maldives on mutual legal assistance in criminal matters. Instead, the Majlis sent it to the National Security Committee to revise the
Pillai led the Indian delegation and the Myanmar delegation was led by U. Phone Swe, Deputy Minister for Home Affairs, Government of the Union of Myanmar. The leaders of two delegations exchanged the instrument of Ratification of Mutual Legal
Mayor Anthony Suarez successfully fought off federal corruption charges in October, but the victory didn't come cheap...Suarez, a Democrat, has not sought reimbursement from the borough or its insurance company for his fees, which have not been
THE Law Institute of Victoria could be isolated in opposing plans by Chief Justice Marilyn Warren and the state government to webcast courts. The institute's opposition was triggered by this week's announcement that the Brumby government would spend $
The JCR, which became operational in May 2009, was situated in the UN Protected Area in Nicosia. Since then, it has dealt with a total of 89 cases on various issues passed from one side to the other, most of which have been successfully completed.