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deliberation and decisions.the court has given a range of directions to the authorities,following which a case was registered at Sector 11 police station. she adds. especially Lin Dan. but that is not true. ? 2013 3:02 am Related News Street Sense, “Such a defamation of individuals or clubs by using banners and chants is unacceptable and needs to be sanctioned, That Court has consistently limited the power of Parliament and kept it subject to judicial review.

there may be a clash between the two institutions. Weeks before Justice Chaudhrys retirementthe parliament in Islamabad actually passed a unanimous resolution objecting to the courts tendency to set aside the opinion of the legislature Critics are agreed that the courts suo motu addiction has curtailed the due process integral to any system of justice; if the supreme court hands down an apparently unfair verdictthere is no appeal against it except for a review Alsothe courts focus on high-visibility public interest cases tragicallysome pertaining to the economy have diverted its attention from the lower judiciarywhere the judges helplessly interface with terrorismabstain from convicting terrorists and blink at the replacement of big undertrial terrorist prisoners with hired surrogates Justice Chaudhry presided over a judicial system in tattersinside a crumbling state During his tenurethe lawyers beat up journaliststhe police and judges inside the court premiseswithout him experiencing any real disenchantment with this dubious support base The day of the non-intellectualliteralistvatic judicial saviour is not yet over in Pakistan There is little chance that the judges who did not dissent under him will break with his legacy Verdict: onethe court was populistwhich vulgarised justice; twoit settled scores despite knowing that the opposite of justice is not injustice but revenge The writer is a consulting editor with Newsweek Pakistan express@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 23 2017 9:19 pm India’s Srikanth Kidambi in action against France’s Lucas Corvee (Source: Reuters) Related News It was another good day for India at the BWF World Championships in Glasgow Scotland as Kidambi Srikanth Saina Nehwal and Sai Praneeth booked pre-quarters berth with wins in their respective rounds on Wednesday After PV Sindhu’s comfortable victory on Tuesday Saina took the court to register 21-11 21-12 victory in just 33 minutes against Sabrina Jacquet of Switzerland The 12th seeded Indian who got a bye in her first round started off on a strong note and swiftly raced to take a 7-2 lead in the opening game after coming out of a long term injury The 2010 London Olympics bronze medalist said after the win “It was a tricky match I felt Sabrina is a formidable opponent but I am happy that I overpowered her nicely in the match” She will now be up against the winner of the match between her compatriot Tanvi Lad and old nemesis Sung Ji Hyun of Korea Sai Praneeth also made his way into the round of 32 after a hard-fought 14-21 21-18 21-19 win over Anthony Ginting of Indonesia Not being able to adjust to the pace of the Indonesian in the beginning Sai lost the first game 14-21 but returned back to win five of the seven points and restore the second game 21-18 “It was a very tough match and even though I played well I must I must admit that I had luck on my side today I am very thrilled with the outcome and the victory will for sure give me a lot of confidence going ahead in the tournament” Sai said after the match “I was getting caught initially as the shuttle speed was very slow and he was playing very fast I could not match him initially but slowly adjusted to his speed He is a tough player and his game has improved a lot since I last played him I am really happy to win and now I am focused on my next match” he further added “I am going through the best phase of my career and I am confident that if I could continue the way I have been playing I would do very well in the tournament” the 25-year-old added Srikanth also registered a win on the third day of the competition to continue his flawless winning streak He’s now won 12 matches in a row after beating France’s Lucas Corvee 21-9 21-19 in 32 minutes This is his second straight game win after registering 21-13 21-12 in less than 30 minutes in the first round match against Russia’s Sergey Sirant on Monday Good second round win today and very happy with my performance #2ndround #WorldChampionships2017 #teamindia #believe #achieve pictwittercom/tca9xjCzS0 — Kidambi Srikanth (@srikidambi) 23 August 2017 The 24-year old tweeted after the match “Good second round win today and very happy with my performance #2ndround #WorldChampionships2017 #teamindia #believe #achieve” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsNew Delhi: The Maharashtra government has moved the Supreme Court challenging the Bombay High Court’s verdict which had decriminalised possession of beef in case the animals were slaughtered outside the state It has challenged the verdict of 6 May in 2016 striking down sections 5(d) and 9(b) of the Maharashtra Animals Preservation (Amendment) Act 1995 which criminalised and imposed punishment on persons found in possession of beef of the animals slaughtered in or outside the state on the ground that it infringed upon a person’s "right to privacy" The high court had termed as "unconstitutional" the provisions which held mere possession of beef as crime saying only "conscious possession" of the meat of the animals slaughtered in the state would be an offence Representational image AFP The appeal would come up for hearing on Friday before an apex court bench of justices RK Agrawal and AM Sapre The plea filed through advocate Nishant R Katneshwarkar has assailed the judgement saying the restriction imposed by the 1995 Act on possession of flesh of cow bull or bullock could not be interpreted and concluded to be an infringement of "right to privacy" It said that the high court "while coming to the finding that right to privacy forms part of the fundamental right to personal liberty guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution ought to have appreciated that right to privacy has not yet been designated as a fundamental right" The plea said that according to the verdict obligation upon the state to prove "conscious possession" of beef would "constitute an insurmountable circumstance readily available to the wrongdoer to escape sentence" It said that the high court had "failed to appreciate that the restriction imposed by the Maharashtra Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act 1995 on the possession of flesh of cow bull or bullock could not be interpreted and concluded in any stretch of the imagination as an infringement of the right to privacy" In its judgment the high court had upheld the ban on the slaughter of bulls and bullocks imposed by the Maharashtra government but had decriminalised possession of beef in case the animals were slaughtered outside the state Under the state Act of 1976 there was a ban on cow slaughter and possession and consumption of the meat However in 2015 the ban on the slaughter of bulls and bullocks was also included in the Act by an amendment According to the verdict the burden of proving innocence would not be on individuals and the onus to prove that the law was violated lay on the prosecution The judgment had come on a batch of petitions filed in the high court challenging the constitutional validity of the Act and in particular the possession and consumption of beef of the animals slaughtered outside Maharashtra Jammu: Opposition National Conferenceon Tuesday accused the ruling PDP-BJP alliance of "weakening" the democracy in Jammu and Kashmir as it termed the amendment to the Panchayat Raj Act-1989 a "direct assault on democratic ethos" Former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir Omar Abdullah AFP The party alleged that with the amendments the people at the grassroots level were feeling "deprived and disempowered" "Instead of strengthening the mechanism of third tier of democracy and encouraging larger public participation in decision making at local levels the PDP-BJP coalition has ruthlessly hammered the urges and aspirations of rural population" NC’s Provincial chief Devender Singh Rana said He assailed the PDP-BJP combine for "bulldozing" opposition voice in the Assembly and said the time-tested and country-wide acclaimed J&K PRC Act has fallen victim to the vested interest as the ruling alliance believed in "manipulating" the elections of Sarpanchs "This is public acknowledgement of zero-base of the PDP and BJP in rural areas of the state" he said He said the "egoistic and anti-people" government got its way and passed the Bill "Now the war against anti-people measure would be fought peacefully and democratically in every village of the state" he said He said National Conference will generate mass awareness on the amendment which is aimed at "scuttling democracy" Rana said during the just concluded Budget Session the government was forced to withdraw the New Industrial Policy and the SRO’s with regard to implementation of taxes "The flip-flop of the insensitive alliance speaks volumes about its administrative naivety and inexperience in governance" he said Rana said NC will mobilise public opinion in every mohalla and village against erratic power and other utility services issues like drinking water and rations He alleged that in order to conceal their failures the PDP and BJP were subtly promoting regional disharmony and communal polarisation "We will fight these machinations tooth and nail" he said Written by Agencies | London | Published: December 27 2009 2:56 pm Related News Country singer Taylor Swift is having a great year end as she has been named the breakthrough star of the year in a new online pollbeating the likes of Susan Boyle and Lady Gaga The ‘Love Story’ hitmaker garnered 43 per cent of the vote in the survey conducted by PopEatercomfinishing ahead of Scottish singing sensation Susan Boylewho gathered 29 per cent votesand Lady GaGawho landed 25 per centContactmusic reported The 20-year-old star’s popularity has soared in the past one year thanks to her Grammy-nominated album ‘Fearless’the best-selling release of 2009 Swift also won the ‘Best Female Video’ award at MTV Video Music Awards recently for ‘You Belong With Me’one of the tracks from the album The Kardashian sisters – KimKhloe and Kourtney – were tied for fourth place in the list of breakthrough stars with ‘Star Trek’ actor Chris Pine For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: July 19 2015 1:27 pm Amitabh Bachchan superstar Aamir Khan Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan added Bollywood glamour to the opening ceremony of the second season of Pro Kabaddi League (Source: Varinder Chawla) Related News Megastar Amitabh Bachchan superstar Aamir Khan Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan added Bollywood glamour to the opening ceremony of the second season of Pro Kabaddi League Bachchan 72 who began the proceedings by singing the National Anthem at Sardar Patel Stadium NSCI said he was “honoured” to sing the anthem “First day of ProKabaddi… And I sing the National Anthem… first time ever Honored and a privilege …” he posted on his Facebook page Share This Article Related Article The opening encounter was between defending champions Jaipur Pink Panthers owned by Abhishek and last year’s runners-up U Mumba The “Piku” actor thanked Aamir Riteish Deshmukh and his wife Genelia for attending the ceremony “Great turn out of friends at the stadium… Thank you all for coming… Aamir Riteish Genelia and so many others …” Bachchan also took to Twitter and shared a picture where he is sporting his three Padma Medals “The first time ever I wear my Padma medals . who were one of the two teams along with Gujarat? The event was organised by the RSS think tank Rambhau Mhalgi Prabhodini (RMP). I have to do a lot of riyaaz now and work harder to achieve big. would march through the subsequent decades.

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