May 20, 2013

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Govt plans new law to check match-fixing
Indian Express
In the wake of the IPL spot-fixing controversy, the Centre has decided to bring a legislation to provide "strictest possible" punishment for match-fixing. Union Law Minister Kapil Sibal spoke to Sports Minister Jitendra Singh in this regard. "Match ...
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When undermining law, recusal not an option -
As the nation's top law-enforcement official, Eric Holder is privy to all kinds of sensitive information. But he seems to be proud of how little he knows. Why didn't his Justice Department inform the Associated Press, as the law requires, before pawing ...
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The Law on Elimination of Violence against Women blocked in Afghanistan
Jagran Josh
Afghanistan Parliament on 19 May 2013 blocked law aimed at strengthening provisions for women's freedom. The Parliament argued that parts of the law violated Islamic principles and encouraged disobedience. In fact, the Law on Elimination of Violence ...
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Salisbury transfer Law lifts Denver past North Carolina
Baltimore Sun
Salisbury transfer Eric Law picked up a rebound on the edge of the crease and scored with 13.4 seconds left to cap a historic comeback and give No. 4 seed Denver a 12-11 win over fifth-seeded North Carolina in the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament ...
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Tunisia's Ansar al-Sharia Must Obey Law, Prime Minister Says
Tunisia's Ansar al-Sharia, which clashed with police today after its spokesman was arrested, is an illegal organization with terrorist ties and must comply with the law or cease to exist, the country's prime minister said. "We will deal with this ...
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EU law key to ending 'too big to fail' banks: BoE's Tucker
Bank of England Deputy Governor Paul Tucker said the EU law on bank recovery and resolution would be a milestone towards a global system and help convince markets that governments were no longer willing to rescue "too big to fail" lenders.
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Law Society keen for sentencing detail
ABC Online
The Law Society says proposed laws to limit use of suspended sentences could threaten court independence. The South Australian Government wants to lift the threshold for violent offenders and those with links to organised crime. Legislation to be ...
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Law ministry warns caretakers: don't make key changes
The News International
Taking a serious notice of new appointments and postings, caretaker Law Minister Ahmer Bilal Soofi has dispatched a letter to all the cabinet members by drawing their attention towards some appointments/transfers carried out recently. A copy of this ...
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Law firm faces paying out to trainee lawyer denied a permanent role because ...
Daily Mail
A hearing will be held in June to determine what type of compensation Ms Tantum, who is the daughter of a former MI6 Middle East director, should receive. Nigel Mackay, who represented the Cambridge graduate for Leigh Day law firm, said: 'We are ...
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Russia Levada Centre pollsters targeted as 'foreign agents'
BBC News
Critics say the law is meant to tarnish the image of civil society groups. The BBC's Steve Rosenberg in Moscow says that despite pressure, Russia's most prominent human rights and civil society groups have all refused to register as foreign agents.
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Sneak peek: Ads supporting gun law set to air this week
Baltimore Sun (blog)
The "Stand Up" ads, instead, praise Maryland for passing a law that requires fingerprints and a license to buy a handgun, limits magazines to 10 bullets and bans 45 types of assault rifles and their copycats, among other stricter rules. The law will ...
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Zimbabwe's MDC Pledges to Reverse Empowerment Law After Election
Zimbabwe's indigenization law has forced miners like Anglo American Platinum Ltd. (AMS) and Aquarius Platinum Ltd. (AQP) to show how they'll sell or cede control to black Zimbabweans or the state's National Indigenization and Economic Empowerment ...
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Government considering law to curb spot, match fixing: Kapil Sibal
Daily News & Analysis
Consequent to the spot-fixing scandal in the cash rich Indian Premier League (IPL), Union Law and Justice Minister Kapil Sibal has suggested introduction of a legislation to curb the menace of betting and other illegal activities in the country's ...
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Proceedings | Highlights from the Law Blog
Wall Street Journal
Email was given a "heightened protection from snooping, even though the underlying packet-switching technology could have been viewed as more akin to postcards, whose contents receive much lower protection from surveillance under pre-existing law," ...
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The Dromi Law in the service of the Palestinians
MK Orit Strock (Habayit Hayehudi) wants to apply the "Dromi Law" in the occupied territories. In other words, Strock, "the activist for the rights of the settler," wants to ease the orders for opening fire for the settlers, who have quick trigger ...
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Why law enforcement opposes Schumer-Rubio
Washington Examiner
USCIS officers who identify illegal aliens that, in accordance with law should be placed into immigration removal proceedings before a federal judge, are prevented from exercising their authority and responsibility to issue Notices To Appear (NTAs). In ...
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Shrinking chips challenge Moore's Law
Moore's Law states that the number of transistors that can be placed on silicon doubles every two years, making it possible to continually improve chip performance and add new functionality. Using Moore's Law as a baseline, Intel for decades has added ...
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Biggest law firms hire more solicitors
Irish Times
Figures published by the Law Society show that, measured by the number of practicing solicitors' certificates, four of the top five firms grew in 2012, bucking the trend in the profession in general. As of December 31st last year, Arthur Cox and ...
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PU's Department of Law confers degrees at its first-ever convocation
Indian Express
For the first time ever, the Panjab University's Department of Law, on Sunday organised a convocation for the students of Faculty of Law, Panjab University Sunday. Degrees were conferred upon nearly 400 students who had completed their courses in ...
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Obama to Discuss Law in Terrorism Fight
Wall Street Journal (blog)
In his State of the Union address in February, Mr. Obama promised to work with Congress to ensure that efforts to target, detain and prosecute terrorists are transparent and consistent with U.S. law. Thursday's speech at the National Defense University ...
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Employers Eye Bare-Bones Health Plans Under New Law
Wall Street Journal
Employers are increasingly recognizing they may be able to avoid certain penalties under the federal health law by offering very limited plans that can lack key benefits such as hospital coverage. Benefits advisers and insurance brokers—bucking a ...
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Marriage law outdated and irrelevant: Academics
Jakarta Post
Prominent women's rights activists and academics in Bali are urging the Indonesian government to revise and amend the old-fashioned marriage law with input from traditional marriage concepts and academic points of view. This was the conclusion from a ...
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Cuccinelli asserts information freedom law doesn't apply to his office
Staunton News Leader
While Cuccinelli's office has continued to respond to requests for documents under the law — which says that except in certain instances, all records of public bodies should be accessible to the public — it has begun to insert new language into its ...
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Rule of law paramount in demolition: HC to BBMP
Times of India
"Any property demolition has to be done purely in accordance with law. In the instant case, the appellants have indulged in demolition without authority of law. There is neither any order nor any acquisition or any such power vested with the ...
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Sip, spit law
The Seattle Times
Isabela Parra Galiano, 35, smells a white wine last week during Reggie Daigneault's class at the Northwest Wine Academy at South Seattle Community College. A new state law will allow 18- to 20-year-old students in a wine or culinary program to taste ...
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Law to punish violence against women coming soon - Mark - Nigerian Tribune
Nigerian Tribune
Senate President David Mark has assured of a speedy passage of the Violence Against Persons (Prohibition) Bill into law as part of measures to stop domestic violence or harmful practices against women in Nigeria. The Bill sought to eliminate violence ...
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IRS Scandal, HHS Fundraising Stir The Health Law Political Pot
Kaiser Health News
The Obama administration's efforts to raise money from private sources for the health law have led some likely donors to become "skittish." Meanwhile, as GOP lawmakers seek to link the Internal Revenue Service issues to the health law, media outlets ...
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Blogs12 new results for law
Police Blotter: His Face Fought the Law and the Law Won - Kotaku
By Owen Good
Crime is a constant feature of video games writing. Somewhere, someone is doing something illicit with them—sometimes comically stupid, but also potentially tragic. Games and consoles are currency, objects of dispute, sometimes even ...
Prison » Color of Law Thugs Kidnap Adam Kokesh
By yihan
18 Responses to "Color of Law Thugs Kidnap Adam Kokesh". Anonymous says: May 20, 2013 at 4:38 am. Why do you use the term 'Thugs?'.Thugs are a Special Bloodline of People from India.The Term 'Thug' was Developed by the British in ...
Indian ministers pursue law against fixing in sports - ESPN Cricinfo
India's union law minister, Kapil Sibal, is keen on the central government drawing up legislation that allows "exemplary punishment" to be handed out to those involved in spot or match-fixing in the country - Cricket news from from cricket in ...
Cricket news from ESPN
Afghan parliament fails to pass divisive law banning violence ...
By Reuters Staff
Afghanistan's parliament failed to pass a law on Saturday banning violence against women, a severe blow to progress made in women's rights in the conservative Muslim country since the Islamist Taliban was toppled over a decade ago.
Hezbollah MP: Iran-Saudi Arabia behind vote law deadlock | Ya ...
By Ya Libnan
Hezbollah's MP Kamel al-Rifai blamed the lack of Saudi-Iranian understanding for Lebanon's inability to form a government and for the current deadlock over reaching an agreement between the rival politicians on an electoral law for the ...
Ya Libnan
Mike DeWine failed to support Ohio law enforcement officers when ...
By Joseph
For the first two years of his term as Attorney General, we didn't hear much from Mike DeWine. But as the race heats up for the 2014 election cycle, you can't seem to turn on the TV or open a paper lately without seeing him photobombing any ...
Law, gerontology, and human rights: can we connect them all ...
By Kirsty
By Prof. Israel Doron Historically, law was not generally considered an important part of gerontological science. As noted by Doron & Hofman (2005), the law was, at best, considered part of gerontology in that it played a part in the shaping of ...
Cuccinelli's office: Open government law doesn't apply to us | WTKR ...
By Matt Knight
The office says the Freedom of Information Act doesn't apply to it because the office is established by the Virginia Constitution and is not therefore a "public body" as defined by the act.
Law requires form for authorization of medicine : News ...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) - A new Michigan law calls for the creation of a universal form that doctors can use when patients need prior authorization for coverage of prescription drugs.
Up North Live - Local News
DHS Training Local Police to Enforce Martial Law | Dave Hodges ...
By Dave Hodges
The Tenth Amendment provides for the division of power and law enforcement between the federal, state and local governments. Unfortunately, The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is changing the face of local law enforcement.
Dave Hodges - The Common Sense Show
Long Arm of Law - Vanguard
By ojiego
Excess crude account drops to $5.27bn NAMA's automated aeronautical centres ready for test run in October. Long Arm of Law. On May 19, 2013 · In Sarge. 7:20 pm. Share Tweet · SARGE-6foot. Comments are moderated. Please keep them ...
Vanguard News
Conn. Passes First-in-Nation Mattress Recycling Law ...
By Jessica Lyons Hardcastle
Connecticut has passed the nation's first-ever extended producer responsibility (EPR) bill for mattresses that supporters say will save local governments about $1.3 million and increase recycling opportunities for businesses.
Environmental Management & Energy News

Web6 new results for law
Hard-line Afghan MPs block law protecting women - Yahoo! News
From Yahoo! News: KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Conservative religious lawmakers in Afghanistan blocked a law on Saturday that aims to protect women's ...
GOP hopes IRS scandal will snag health care law - Yahoo! News
From Yahoo! News: WASHINGTON (AP) — Political scandals have strange ways of causing collateral damage, and Republicans are hoping the furor over ...
Ex-daughter-in-law: Ariel Castro gave me 'heebie-jeebies' -
Ariel Castro's ex-daughter-in-law never felt comfortable around the man who police say kept three young women trapped in a Cleveland home for a decade.
Senate GOP divided over shield law - Ginger Gibson -
Senate Republicans are divided over whether Congress should pass a shield law for the press, which would protect reporters from having to turn over ...
White House pushes for federal law to protect journalists, sources ...
The revelation this week that the U.S. government snooped into phone records of the Associated Press has stirred up a thicket of issues.
White House calls for journalist shield law - Video on
Video on Rachel Maddow reports on the recent history of the idea of a shield law to protect journalists who deal with sensitive sources, putting a ...

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