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WhatsApp behind half of Italian divorce <strong>cases</strong>!

WhatsApp behind half of Italian divorce cases!

21 Nov 2014

Rome: Almost half of the divorce cases in Italy rely at least in part on information gathered through the instant messaging service WhatsApp, according to the Italian Association of Matrimonial Lawyers.

Divorce cases,   Italy,   Messaging service,   WhatsApp,   Social media,  
Bihar CM orders speedy disposal of <strong>cases</strong> involving SC/ST

Bihar CM orders speedy disposal of cases involving SC/ST

21 Nov 2014

Patna: The Bihar government on Friday issued direction that chargesheet should be filed in cases of atrocities against SC/ST within 30 days and the matter should be solved within 60 to 65 days.

Bihar government,   Chargesheet,   SC,   ST,   Jitan Ram Manjhi,  
Charges against CBI chief credible, SC removes him from 2G <strong>cases</strong>

Charges against CBI chief credible, SC removes him from 2G cases

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: In a humiliation 12 days before retirement, CBI Director Ranjit Sinha was removed by the Supreme Court from the 2G scam cases, saying the allegations against him of protecting some accused appears to be "prima facie credible".

CBI chief,   Supreme Court,   2G cases,   Ranjit Sinha,   scam,  
Mobiles, western culture, indecent dressing reasons for <strong>rape</strong>: UP Police

Mobiles, western culture, indecent dressing reasons for rape: UP Police

31 Oct 2014

Lucknow: After SP leader Mulayam Singh Yadav's 'ladke to ladke hain' (boys are boys) remark about rapists, Uttar Pradesh Police has listed mobile phones, western culture and indecent dressing by women as reasons for rape.

UP police,   Uttar Pradesh Police,   Rape cases in UP,   Badun rape case,   Mulayam Singh Yadav,   SP,   Akhilesh Yadav,  
Karnataka to recommend capital <strong>punishment</strong> for rapists

Karnataka to recommend capital punishment for rapists

03 Nov 2014

Bengaluru: Karnataka government would recommend to the Union Government to take steps to provide for capital punishment to rapists, Women and Child Welfare Minister Umashree said on Monday.

Bengaluru,   Karnataka government,   Union Government,   capital punishment,   rapists,   Women and Child Welfare Minister,   Umashree,  
Government asks law officers to desist from taking up private <strong>cases</strong>

Government asks law officers to desist from taking up private cases

14 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Law officers, including the Attorney General and Solicitor General, have been asked by the government to restrain from taking up private legal cases, arguing that it dilutes their focus from the government litigations. In a letter to the law officers, the Law Ministry has said permission for taking up private cases could be sought only in "compelling" situation as their primary role is to defend the government in courts.

Law Ministry,   Attorney General,   Solicitor General,  Law Officers,  Private Legal Cases,   ,  
Why no amendment brought in drunk driving <strong>cases</strong>: HC asks Centre

Why no amendment brought in drunk driving cases: HC asks Centre

13 Nov 2014

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Thursday granted four weeks time to the Union Government to respond to a petition seeking amendments in law to enhance punishment for offenders in drunk driving cases and more compensation to the accident victims.

Bombay High Court,   drunk driving cases,   Union government,   Indian Penal Code,   IPC,   Union Ministry for Road Transport and Highways,  
Centre should open all <strong>cases</strong> of rights abuse in J&K, says separatist leader Mirwaiz

Centre should open all cases of rights abuse in J&K, says separatist leader Mirwaiz

15 Nov 2014

Srinagar: A day after five Army men were sentenced to life in 2010 Machil fake encounter case, moderate separatist leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Friday demanded the Centre to open all cases of human rights violations over the last two decades in Jammu and Kashmir.

MachilĀ fake encounter case,   Army men,   life sentence,   Moderate separatist leader,   Mirwaiz Umar Farooq,   human rights violation,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Omar Abdullah,  
Afghanistan hangs five men over gang-<strong>rape</strong> despite concerns of rights groups

Afghanistan hangs five men over gang-rape despite concerns of rights groups

08 Oct 2014

KABUL: Afghanistan hanged five men on Wednesday over a gang rape that had shocked the country, officials said, despite requests from human rights groups for new President Ashraf Ghani to stay the executions to address concerns about the handling of the case.

Kabul,   Afghanistan,   Human rights,   Afghan President,   Ashraf Ghani,   Capital punishment ,  
Airport screening no guarantee to detect Ebola victims

Airport screening no guarantee to detect Ebola victims

15 Nov 2014

London: Even as countries around the world ramp up screening for the deadly Ebola virus at airports, researchers have warned that due to the long incubation period of the virus, screening will not detect all cases.

screening,   deadly Ebola virus,   airports,   long incubation period,   detect all cases,   ,  

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