US fails to serve summons to websites: MHA to court

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“The US authorities are unable to “execute” the request for assistance in serving summons to 11 US-based websites, including Facebook and Google, accused of promoting class enmity and undermining national integrity,” told by the Ministry of Home Affairs to a court here in Delhi. The Ministry of Home Affairs told Metropolitan Magistrate Jay Thareja that they have received a communication… Read more »

India demands justice from Pakistan after Sarabjit’s death

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Justice for the death of Sarabjit Singh has been demanded by the India from Pakistan  in a “barbaric” attack in a Lahore jail with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh saying it was “‘particularly regrettable” it did not heed pleas to take a humanitarian view of the prisoner’s case. As an outraged government and political parties across the spectrum showed solidarity with… Read more »

SC lifts order restraining Italy Ambassador

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The order has been vacated by the Supreme Court of India to restrain Italy’s Ambassador Daniele Mancini from leaving India as the two Italian marines, accused of killing two Kerala fishermen, returned here to face the proceedings as per commitment given by him to the court. A bench headed by Chief Justice Altamas Kabir vacated its… Read more »

India calls for independent, credible inquiry into HR violations in Sri Lanka

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India called for ‘an independent and credible’ investigation into allegations of human rights violations and loss of civilian lives in Sri Lanka. ‘We expect these measures to be to the satisfaction of the international community,’ India’s Permanent representative to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva Dileep Sinha said speaking on a US resolution on… Read more »

Salve withdraws as counsel for Italian govt in fishermen killing case

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Insulted” and “shocked” by Italy’s stand on the marines issue, senior Supreme Court advocate Harish Salve has quit as counsel for the Italian government in the fishermen killing case. Salve said that now it is “a question of Indian prestige” and the government will be “justified” in the tough steps it takes in the matter after the Italian government… Read more »