Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Live Law November 25, 2018 11:51 am Change Font Size “We consider it appropriate to consider directing the Registrars General of all High Courts to furnish the translation of the Original Records in English language from vernacular language wherever required, which are to be transmitted to this Court” The Supreme Court has again directed the Registrars General of all High Courts to furnish the translation of the Original Records in English language from vernacular language wherever required, while transmitting the original records. The bench comprising Justice SA Bobde, Justice L. Nageswara Rao and Justice R. Subhash Reddy observed that Article 348 of the Constitution of India mandates that all the proceedings in this Court shall be done in English language. The bench was hearing a criminal appeal involving imposition of capital sentence. The counsel for the accused told the bench that he needs to rely on the … [Read more...] about All The Proceedings In SC Shall Be Done In English Language: SC (Again)Directs All High Courts To Furnish English Translation Of Original Records
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByScott Shane Sept. 25, 2018 BALTIMORE — As a Vietnamese immigrant with imperfect English, Nghia H. Pho felt he was falling behind his fellow National Security Agency software developers in promotions and pay. So in 2010, after four years on the job, he began taking highly classified documents to his Maryland home to get extra work done at night and on weekends in an effort to improve his performance evaluations. But in the five years that Mr. Pho, 68, stored the material on his insecure home computer, officials believe it was stolen by Russian hackers using the antivirus software installed on the machine. Mr. Pho worked for the N.S.A.’s hacking unit, then known as Tailored Access Operations, and his cache is believed to have included both hacking tools and documentation to go … [Read more...] about He Took Home Documents to Catch Up on Work at the N.S.A. He Got 5½ Years in Prison.
Got your NIEs and NIFs all in a muddle? Not sure if you are paying IVA or IRPF? In this handy guide, The Local spells out some of the key terms you'll need while living in Spain. Starting up in a new country is difficult, and Spain is no different. In this article, The Local looks at some of the most common terms bureaucratic terms to give you a head start. A is for autónomos: Spain’s ‘autónomos’ are the country's self-employed workers. These workers pay a fixed monthly fee — usually €250 a month, although some including younger workers and new self-employed workers are entitled to a range of discounts. Click here to read: Freelancing in Madrid: A survivor's guide A is also for alquilar: Alquilar is Spanish for 'to rent'. READ: The survivor's guide to renting in Spain B is bank accounts: To open a bank account (cuenta bancaria) as an expat working or studying in Spain you need to be over 18 and have photo identification. If you're … [Read more...] about What you need to know: The Local’s A to Z Guide to bureaucracy in Spain
Reality Winner, the former NSA contractor who leaked a secret report on Russia's election hacking efforts to the media, said on "CBS This Morning" Thursday that she "deeply" regrets her decision to share those classified documents. Winner, who spoke to CBS News by phone from the Lincoln County Jail in Georgia, was sentenced to more than five years in prison last week in the longest punishment ever imposed for this kind of violation. She is the first person to be sentenced under the Espionage Act since the Trump administration took office. The report Winner leaked detailed Russian government efforts to penetrate a Florida-based supplier of voting software and the accounts of election officials ahead of the 2016 presidential election and, in effect, raised widespread awareness about Russia's attempt to infiltrate the election. Asked what it's been like to watch the Russia investigation unfold from behind bars, she said it's been "vindicating but also frustrating." "I know that … [Read more...] about Reality Winner, former NSA contractor, “deeply” regrets leaking classified documents
NEW YORK — Anatoli Samochornov, a Russian translator who was present at the infamous June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower with campaign officials, testified that he was previously an interpreter for Hillary Clinton, John Kerry and Barack Obama. Samochornov also said that he held a “public trust” clearance from the U.S. government. The clearance provides a level of screening for individuals who do government work described as sensitive, but whose positions do not require a security clearance.Samochornov was previously identified as being the Russian translator who was present at the meeting at which Russian attorney Natalia Veselnitskaya reportedly argued against the Magnitsky Act, which sanctions Russian officials. The meeting was set up with Donald Trump Jr., presented as being about information regarding Hillary Clinton. Veselnitskaya says she does not speak English and has given interviews to U.S. news media outlets through translators. Breitbart News … [Read more...] about Translator at Trump Tower Meeting Personally Served Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, President Obama