LONDON - The international furore over the latest batch of WikiLeaks publications threatened to intensify Tuesday as WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was in custody in Britain on unrelated sex assault claims.
NEW DELHI - The Supreme Court has held that Bar Associations could not pass a resolution directing their members not to take up the cases of the accused it is aggrieved with. The court said that such a step would be against the constitution.
NEW DELHI - In a major setback for manufacturers of gutka (chewing tobacco) and pan masala, the Supreme Court Tuesday imposed a ban, from March 2011, on these products' sale in plastic sachets.
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