PARIS - France's crippling nationwide strike over President Nicolas Sarkozy's pension reform plan began to ease off as the senate Tuesday passed the final legislative bill and Paris began to tally up the costs of two weeks of labour disruptions.
NEW DELHI - An organisation of displaced Kashmiri Pandits Tuesday demanded action against writer-activist Arundhati Roy and separatist leader Syed Ali Geelani for their remarks on Kashmir.
COPENHAGEN - Denmark will investigate allegations of possible wrongdoing by its forces in connection with the Iraq conflict, Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen said Tuesday.
NEW DELHI - The Supreme Court Tuesday sought the Gujarat government's response on a petition seeking change of the judge conducting the trial in 2002 Gulberg Society massacre case, while revoking its bar on pronouncement of verdicts in other cases of the 2002 Gujarat riots.
NEW DELHI/HYDERABAD - In a major setback to Satyam Computer Service founder B. Ramalinga Raju, the Supreme Court Tuesday cancelled his bail and that of five other accused in the multi-crore rupee accounts fudging scam.
- District magistrate has to help secured creditor, rules court
- Court revokes stay on sand mining in Maharashtra
- Jailed laureate’s wife invites dissidents to Nobel ceremony
- Supreme Court vacates stay on Godhra trial
- Supreme Court cancels bail to Satyam’s Raju, asks him to surrender by Nov. 8
- Youth from 100 nations to meet, discuss social problems
- Former Iraqi foreign minister sentenced to death
- Satyam scam: Bail of Ramalinga Raju, five others cancelled
- Iraq’s Tariq Aziz sentenced to death
- Orissa may toughen law to evict, punish land encroachers
- Indian urges Malaysia not to wrench him away from mother
- Court tries to reunite feuding brothers