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The Supreme Court has often "exceeded" its powers and "delved" in the realms of the legislature and the executive to fight corruption for "betterment of the people", senior lawyer K K Venugopal said on Saturday. Delivering Justice P D Desai Memorial
Can tolerance be judicially enforced, and in such a process, does such enforcement not show demonstrate inherent intolerance? And, as Herbert Marcuse provocatively asked in his 1965 essay Repressive Tolerance- doesn't one of the paradoxes of liberal
Opinions are divided over how the Supreme Court ruling last week declaring permanent foreign residents of Japan ineligible for welfare payments will affect the foreign communities in Japan. In Japan, welfare benefits comprise public assistance for
The Calcutta Municipal Corporation (CMC) has no authority to legalise unauthorised construction in exchange of a fine, the high court ruled today. The court added that any construction declared illegal should be pulled down within four weeks.
Colo. (AP) Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has paid a visit to Colorado, addressing the state Defense Lawyers Association in Telluride. In a speech Friday, Scalia repeated his belief that the Constitution's meaning was fixed when it was written.
Casinos are upping the ante over a ban on online gaming being considered in Congress, recent lobbying filings show. The Restoration of America's Wire Act, introduced in March by Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), has
Obamacare subsidies for low- and middle-income earners are hanging in the balance. On Tuesday, in a dramatic split decision, two federal appeals panels disagreed on the legality of Obamacare subsidies, which provide billions of dollars to help 4.7
Anti-abortion protesters celebrated in recent weeks after the Supreme Court struck down a Massachusetts
Canada is sending up to 500 observers to Ukraine to monitor the fairness of the coming presidential election. Multimedia Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is hitting out at Stephen Harper for "offside" comments he made about chief Supreme Court justice
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is reported to be in favour of fast-tracking criminal and other cases against legislators...Equity and fairness cannot be achieved, unless the entire judicial system is overhauled to achieve speedy delivery of justice for