ayesha malik: Pakistan swears in Ayesha Malik as first woman judge of Supreme Court – Times of India

ayesha malik Pakistan swears in Ayesha Malik as first woman

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan swore in Ayesha Malik as its first female supreme court judge on Monday, a landmark occasion in a nation where activists say the law is often wielded against women. Malik, 55, was administered the oath by Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed at the the top court’s ceremonial hall in the capital Islamabad, where she … Read more

biden: US Preident Joe Biden to tout infrastructure after week of defeats – Times of India

biden US Preident Joe Biden to tout infrastructure after week

WASHINGTON: The White House has been taking on water this week with President Joe Biden facing provocation from North Korea and Russia, stubborn inflation and setbacks on voting rights and the fight against the Covid pandemic. On Friday, in an attempt to right the ship, Biden is holding an event to vaunt his giant plan … Read more

biden: Covid-19: In blow to Biden, Supreme Court blocks vaccine mandate for businesses – Times of India

biden Covid 19 In blow to Biden Supreme Court blocks vaccine

WASHINGTON: The US Supreme Court delivered a blow to President Joe Biden on Thursday, blocking his Covid vaccination-or-testing mandate for employees of large businesses. At the same time, the nation’s highest court allowed a vaccination mandate for health care workers at facilities receiving federal funding. Biden said he was “disappointed” in the court’s decision striking … Read more

biden: Biden ‘disappointed’ in court ruling on Covid vaccines mandate – Times of India

biden Biden disappointed in court ruling on Covid vaccines mandate

WASHINGTON: US President Joe Biden said Thursday he is “disappointed” in the Supreme Court decision striking down his mandate for medium and large businesses to vaccinate or test their employees for Covid-19. “I am disappointed that the Supreme Court has chosen to block common-sense life-saving requirements for employees at large businesses that were grounded squarely … Read more

texas: SC allows Texas abortion ban, but OKs clinics’ suit – Times of India

texas SC allows Texas abortion ban but OKs clinics suit

WASHINGTON: The Supreme Court has ruled that Texas abortion providers can sue over the state’s ban on most abortions, but the justices are allowing the law to remain in effect. The court acted Friday, more than a month after hearing arguments over the law that makes abortion illegal after cardiac activity is detected in an … Read more

Facebook: Latest court case shows how Europe is clamping down on big tech – Times of India

Facebook Latest court case shows how Europe is clamping down

LANCASTER: Facebook’s approach to users’ data has just been dealt a major blow from the European court of justice (ECJ). In an answer to a question from Germany’s highest court, the ECJ’s advocate general – whose opinion is not binding but is generally followed by the court – has made an essential clarification to Europe’s … Read more

Kangana Ranaut calls herself the ‘most powerful woman’ in reaction to plea seeking censorship of her future social media posts | Hindi Movie News

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Kangana Ranaut has called herself the ‘most powerful woman’ in India in reaction to the plea that was filed in the Supreme Court seeking censorship of her future social media posts. Sharing a post of ANI which read, “A plea has been filed in the Supreme Court against actor Kangana Ranaut seeking future censoring of … Read more

Sameer Wankhede gets backing of SC/ST panel top official

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MUMBAI: While NCP minister Nawab Malik on Sunday reiterated that Sameer Wankhede is a Muslim who allegedly forged his caste certificate to get a central government job and National Commission for Scheduled Caste vice-chairman Arun Haldar defended the NCB zonal director, state officials pointed out that there has to be an official complaint for the … Read more

Nepal’s Chief Justice refuses to step down amidst allegations of colluding with govt – Times of India

Nepals Chief Justice refuses to step down amidst allegations of

KATHMANDU: Nepal Supreme Court Chief Justice Cholendra Shumsher Rana has refused to resign from his post amidst allegations that he helped his brother-in-law secure a berth in the Sher Bahadur Deuba-led Cabinet, triggering an unusual judicial crisis. A section of the Supreme Court justices has demanded Chief Justice Rana’s resignation while some lawyers have decided … Read more