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Zing! Pence Says This Supreme Court Justice Is A 'Disappointment'
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Sushant Singh Rajput death: CBI registers case against 6 accused including Rhea, others
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'No positive response from Mumbai Police': Bihar DGP on releasing IPS Vinay Tiwari from quarantine
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Watch: Ram temple digital billboard runs in New York's Times Square
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Sushant Singh Rajput's death: Centre accepts Bihar govt's request for CBI probe
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Colombia top court places ex-President Uribe under house arrest
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Watch how PM Modi did 'bhumi pujan', laid Ram temple foundation in Ayodhya
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SSR death case: Centre accepts Bihar govt's recommendation of CBI enquiry
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Ayodhya | New mosque, hospital, cultural centre: Trust plan for alternate plot
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Iqbal Ansari accepts invitation to attend foundation stone laying ceremony of Ram Temple
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Ram temple | Drones, barriers, paintings: Ayodhya prepares for PM Modi visit
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Delhi riots | 'Want punishment for culprits, not innocents': Satyendar Jain
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Ram temple construction is not just a religious affair: RSS leader
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Rhea demanded CBI probe to play victim card: Sushant's family lawyer
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Sushant Rajput death probe turns into Bihar Vs Maharashtra tussle
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Rajasthan Speaker's video with CM's son goes viral, BJP demands his resignation
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'MLAs moving to Jaisalmer as they wanted to change hotel': Rajasthan Minister
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New Trump restrictions leave DACA hopefuls behind
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Bihar govt engages former AG Mukul Rohatgi to oppose Rhea Chakraborty's plea in SC
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Venezuela's Guaido says opposition will not recognize 'false' electoral bodyVenezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido on Saturday said the opposition would not recognize a "false" electoral body named by the government-friendly Supreme Court, while his allies pledged to extend..
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NSW Police go to Supreme Court to stop refugee rights protestNSW Police is trying to stop a protest about refugee rights from going ahead on Saturday.
Brazil restores detailed COVID-19 data after Supreme Court rulingBrazil on Tuesday restored detailed COVID-19 data to its official national website following controversy over the removal of cumulative totals and a ruling by a Supreme Court justice that the full set..
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Venezuela's Supreme Court says congress failed to name electoral authoritiesVenezuela's government-friendly Supreme Court on Friday said the opposition-held congress had not named rectors to the South American country's electoral authority in time, a move denounced by the..
Colombia court to investigate ex-President Uribe's alleged ties to hackingColombia's Supreme Court said on Tuesday it would investigate former President Alvaro Uribe's possible connections to a scandal involving alleged military spying on journalists, politicians and judges.
Brazil's Supreme Court judge shelves request to seize Bolsonaro's cellphoneBrazil's Supreme Court Judge Celso de Mello shelved on Monday night a request made by political parties to seize President Jair Bolsonaro's cellphone as part of an investigation on whether or not he..
Brazil's Bolsonaro urges Supreme Court to shelve 'fake news' probePresident Jair Bolsonaro slammed Brazil's Supreme Court on Thursday for investigating an alleged disinformation and intimidation campaign by his supporters, as a political crisis deepened amid the..
Brazil's Bolsonaro slams top court investigation of allies for alleged fake newsBrazil's President Jair Bolsonaro complained on Thursday that a Supreme Court investigation into fake news was aimed at silencing the social media that got him elected and said his opponents were..
Brazil police raid presidential allies in fake news probeBrazil's federal police searched the homes and offices of allies of President Jair Bolsonaro on Wednesday in an investigation into alleged fake news attacks on social media against the country's..
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Brazil Supreme Court rules to release video of Bolsonaro's alleged interferenceA justice on Brazil's Supreme Court on Friday ruled to release a video in which far-right President Jair Bolsonaro allegedly tried to interfere in law enforcement appointments to protect his family..
U.S. Supreme Court heaps more damages on Sudan in embassy bombing casesThe U.S. Supreme Court dealt a legal setback to Sudan on Monday, ruling that the African nation cannot avoid punitive damages it was ordered to pay in lawsuits accusing it of complicity in the 1998 al..
Poland appoints conservative interim Supreme Court head in judicial turmoilPoland's president appointed an ultra-conservative as new interim head of the Supreme Court on Friday after his predecessor resigned, deepening judicial and political turmoil ahead of a controversial..
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Hungary ruling in Roma segregation case 'unfair': PM OrbanHungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban on Friday said a Supreme Court ruling awarding damages to schoolchildren from the Roma minority who were put in separate classes was unfair and pledged to change..
Kyrgyz court upholds life sentence for dissident who received U.S. rights awardKyrgyzstan's Supreme Court upheld a life sentence on Wednesday for a prominent dissident convicted of "inciting inter-ethnic hatred" in the former Soviet republic, quashing hopes for his release under..
Brazil's Bolsonaro says he is not worried about investigationsBrazil's President Jair Bolsonaro said on Tuesday he is not worried about an investigation authorized by the Supreme Court into his motives for replacing the federal police chief, adding that the..
Mexican Supreme Court throws out law extending governor's mandateMexico's Supreme Court on Monday unanimously struck down a law extending the gubernatorial mandate of a member of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's ruling party which had fed concerns it could..
Malawi court upholds ruling annulling Mutharika's election winMalawi's Supreme Court on Friday in a unanimous decision upheld an earlier court ruling that annulled President Peter Mutharika's narrow election victory last year.
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Top Polish government critic, Supreme Court chief retiresPoland's Supreme Court chief Malgorzata Gersdorf ends a six-year term on Thursday, opening way for the nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) government to pick a supporter of its contested judiciary..
Brazil's Bolsonaro withdraws name of family friend as top copBrazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Wednesday withdrew the name of a family friend he had picked to run the federal police, after a Supreme Court justice blocked an appointment that opponents said..
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EU top court orders Poland to suspend disciplinary chamberPoland should immediately suspend the powers of a Supreme Court chamber created to discipline judges since it is not independent and thereby in breach of EU law, the European Union's top court ruled on..
Israel's top court hears challenge to coronavirus cyber-monitoringCivil liberties activists asked Israel's Supreme Court on Thursday to suspend cellphone monitoring put in place under emergency regulations to try to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Mexico's Supreme Court, federal courts to pause work over coronavirusMexico's Supreme Court said in a statement on Tuesday it will suspend its regular court activities from March 18 to April 19 to contain the spread of coronavirus.
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