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HRNJ-Uganda alert, Court nullifies Speaker’s dismissal of journalists from Parliament

Kampala, 04th / July / 2015; High Court in Kampala, on 03rd July 2015, nullified the Speaker’s dismissal of journalists Sulaiman Kakaire and David Tash Lumu from covering news in Parliament over a story titled ‘How Kadaga, Oulanyah fought over petition’ published in a local bi-weekly newspaper The Observer, on the 21st January 2013 edition which she said was none factual. 384 more words

Alerst And Stories

Residents pass resolution to move court against proposed PDA disbanding

Claiming that the state government’s proposal to disband the Patiala Development Authority (PDA) and merge it with Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA) was likely to greatly inconvenience city residents, as they would have to visit SAS Nagar even for routine works, residents have decided to move… 8 more words


I’ve seen justice in the real court.

2 guilty persons charged in the court, with 2 different responses.

One is my mummy, another one is my dad. 109 more words


10 Year-Old-Girl Raped By Three Farmers In The Bush

The police on Thursday arraigned three farmers in a senior magistrates’ court in Katsina for raping a 10-year-old girl. The accused are Yahuza Musa, 20, Tasiu Abubakar, 20 and Sadiq Isyaku, 20. 289 more words


Air Clinton RICO evidence in court, watchdog demands

A well-known Washington watchdog who has sued the Clinton Foundation and Bill and Hillary Clinton under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act for allegedly running a criminal enterprise is telling a federal court it would be wrong to dismiss the case without even looking at the…

Belconnen woman charged with drug-driving

14 October 2013

A Belconnen woman has lost her license for six months and been fined $200 in the ACT Magistrates Court today for driving under the influence of recreational drugs. 393 more words

Written Pieces

Ontario court sides with Uber in legal battle with City of Toronto

TORONTO – An Ontario judge has sided with the ride-hailing service Uber in its legal dispute with the City of Toronto.

The city sought a permanent injunction on the company’s operations, arguing Uber is a taxi company and must abide by the city’s regulations. 94 more words