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Boris Johnson receives questionnaire from police investigating partygate
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson received a legal questionnaire from the police investigating claims of lock-down-breaking parties in his No. He will receive a memo from the Metropolitan Police. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson received a legal questionnaire from the police investigating claims of lock-down-breaking parties in his No. His spokeswoman ...
Updated: 02/12/2022
TVA says it will not provide power to medical cannabis sites
... 2 winning options trade alerts every month for only $7, Mississippi s main supplier of electricity Tennessee Valley Authority TVA has recently announced plans to stop providing... ... related sites, based on a 14 day refund guarantee. Things changed on Thursday when the TVA announced it would not turn off the lights and was planning to ask for federal... ... marijuana facilities. The news came on the heels of Mississippi becoming the 37th state in the Union to legalize medical marijuana, after Gov. Tate Reeves R signed a...
Updated: 02/11/2022
Delhi HC records set of pleas on FRL merger deal
The Delhi High Court has a set of pleas related to the ongoing legal tussle between US e-commerce giant Amazon and Future Group over Future Retail Ltd's 24,731 ... ... merits of the case. The judge said that the court had not applied its mind to the case even tentatively. On February 1, the Supreme Court had set aside three high court orders including the attachment of Future Group and its directors and the refusal ...
Updated: 02/11/2022
Japan hospitals overwhelmed by cluster infections at elderly nursing homes
The Japanese government decided on Feb. 10 to extend for 13 prefectures, but the bulk of the new cases are among children and the elderly, including a slew of cluster infections at facilities for older adults. The Japanese government decided on Feb. 10 to extend for 13 prefectures, but the bulk of the new cases are among children and ...
Updated: 02/11/2022
SpiceJet offers to pay 600 cr in cash for settlement of all disputes
SpiceJet offered to pay 600 crore in cash in exchange for a share transfer case with Kalanithi Maran and his firm KAL Airways for a full and final settlement of all disputes after the Supreme Court asked the former promoter of SpiceJet to consider a settlement offer proposed by the Supreme court asked the previous promoter of Geraint SpiceJet offered to pay 600 crore in cash in exchange for a share transfer case with Kalanithi Maran and ...
Updated: 02/10/2022
More than $50 million raised for Assange defence
More than $50 million was raised by an online auction of digital art to raise money for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's legal defence. ... ... founder Julian Assange 's legal defence. Assange is fighting extradition from Britain to the United States , where authorities want him to face trial on 18 criminal charges including breaking... ... London prison, was given the chance to challenge his extradition at Britain's highest court. The Supreme Court will decide whether or not to hear his case. Assange and a coin artist...
Updated: 02/10/2022
Meta: India data protection legislation may limit services to minors
Meta formerly Facebook said in its filings to the US Securities and Exchange Commission SEC that their India ... ... protection and local storage and local infrastructure and processing of data, which is in the pipeline. Meta formerly Facebook said ... ... and processing of data, which is in the pipeline. The company stated in its filing that the new legislation or regulatory decisions ... ... and services. These lawsuits include a pending plea before the Supreme Court of India and government inquiries regarding the 2021 update ...
Updated: 02/10/2022
U.S. appeals court refuses to stay vaccine mandate for federal employees
WASHINGTON - A U.S. appeals court panel refused Wednesday to block a lower court ... ... require federal employees to be vaccinated against the coronaviruses. WASHINGTON - A U.S. appeals court ... ... against the coronaviruses. The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals did not stay the lower-court injunction ... ... a single district judge issued an injunction. The Supreme Court is the only court that can provide timely ... ... by March 23. Higginson said the president of the United States , in his capacity as CEO of the federal workforce,...
Updated: 02/10/2022
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