By: Prof. Madabhushi Sridhar Acharyulu 21 May 2019 3:39 AM GMT After a few protests and arrests, the woman complainant (of sexual harassment against Chief Justice of India) has been forgotten by judges, lawyers and media. Staring substantial injustice is that there is no avenue for the victim to go. Action (so-called) on complainant ended in 15 days without any hope of review, appeal or further action. Ubi jus ibiremedium is an age-old legal maxim meaning where there is right there shall be a remedy. If the complainant, has a right to live and work, where is the remedy for breach of it? Subnormal process of Abnormal inquiry While most powerful 'power centres' supported the clean chit to CJI declaring no substance in allegation of sexual harassment, some individuals, rights groups and senior advocates questioned the series of breaches of principles of natural justice and law. Reportedly, entire Judiciary except Justice Dhananjay Chandrachud did not find any serious … [Read more...] about Clean Chit to CJI : Why The Doors Of Justice Completely Closed ?
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Related coverage Why can't Minnesotans figure out how to zipper merge? Mar. 30 Were Minneapolis' skyways first created to combat the cold – or something else? Mar. 22 What percentage of Minnesotans spend their entire lives here? Mar. 15 As any Minnesotan knows, if you layer meat, veggies and noodles, mix in a can of condensed soup and throw it in the oven you’ll get hot dish. What started as a staple of church basement potlucks and family gatherings has evolved into more than a recipe, becoming a hallmark of you-betcha Minnesota culture. Everywhere else it’s just casserole. So, where did hot dish come from and why has the term become so distinctly Minnesotan? That’s the latest reader question for Curious Minnesota, the newspaper’s community-driven reporting project that invites readers to join the newsroom and ask questions they want answered. This question came in anonymously from a reader who had never heard the term until living … [Read more...] about Why is a casserole called hot dish in Minnesota?
THE disappearance of three-year-old Madeleine McCann is a case which shocked the world in 2007. The little girl vanished from her holiday flat in Portugal while her parents Kate and Gerry McCann dined in a nearby restaurant, and more than ten years on her whereabouts remains a mystery. Why is the case famous? In the Netflix documentary The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann, it is claimed that parents Kate and Gerry, who are both doctors, had contacts within the UK media and used them to publicise the case. However, interest in the story took on an unprecedented momentum when British man Robert Murat and then Kate and Gerry were made suspects. Maddie’s parents and Mr Murat have always strongly denied any involvement in the child’s disappearance and were cleared of any wrongdoing by Portuguese investigators. The little girl, who would now be aged 15, has never been found and interest in the case remains strong. How much money has been spent on the investigation? The … [Read more...] about Why is the Madeleine McCann case so famous, how much money has been spent on finding her and is the investigation still open?
Follow recent figures showing a rise in anti-semitic attacks in France, Euronews' Hassan Refaei asked Pascale Alhadeff, director of the Jewish Museum in Brussels what she made of the current situation. Her answers were sent on email. Four years ago, four people were killed when a gunman opened fire at the museum. Question Hassan Refaei: French government statistics published last week that nearly 500 anti-Semitic attacks happened in the country last year, an increase of 74 percent in comparison with 2017. In your opinion, is this escalation in anti-Semitism intensifying in France in particular, or perhaps you find that it is a wave moving throughout Europe, and what is the specificity of France in this context? Pascale Alhadeff: Anti-Semitism remains pervasive across the EU and has become disturbingly normalized. The phenomenon is not limited to France. The escalation and specificity of France is that it is taking place within a context of social protests. Anti-Semitic acts happened … [Read more...] about What is anti-semitism and why is it spreading in Europe?
0 Have your say The golden rule of working in a backroom role in politics is to never allow yourself to become the story - though sometimes it has been an unavoidable fact of SNP Chief Executive Peter Murrell’s life. While the role at the top of Scotland’s governing party is not necessarily a high-profile one, Mr Murrell has found himself in the spotlight more than predecessor due to his marriage to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Their relationship and Mr Murrell’s track record came under scrutiny yesterday after former Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill called on Mr Murrell to ‘move on’ from his role as Chief Executive. READ MORE: Kenny MacAskill: Salmond case shows agenda of Sturgeon’s inner circleMr MacAskill also said that he felt a situation of a husband-and-wife in the top positions of an organisation wouldn’t be tolerated in the media, business, or public sectors. We look further at one of the most important … [Read more...] about Who is Peter Murrell the SNP chief executive and why is he facing calls to quit?