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We must emulate Maathai´s green deeds: Kenyan envoy
AS the world continues to mourn the death of Nobel Laureate for Peace Wangari Maathai, Kenyan Ambassador to Qatar HE Galma Mukhe Boru advised the people to follow her example and learn from her life. Professor Maathai, who passed away on September 25, was the first African woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2004 for her contribution to sustainable development, democracy and peace...
Mad Hatter´s Tea Party
CURIOSER and curioser, as Alice said in her adventures in Wonderland. The longer the crisis in the eurozone has gone on, the more it has come to resemble something penned by Lewis Carroll. Here are just a few of the surreal aspects of the current state of affairs. The answer to a lack of growth in struggling countries such as Greece is austerity of such ferocity that recessions deepen. The solution to a...
HOLDING CHINA TO ACCOUNT
THE dire state of the world economy reflects destructive actions on the part of many players. Still, the fact that so many have behaved badly shouldn´t stop us from holding individual bad actors to account. And that´s what Senate leaders will be doing this week, as they take up legislation that would threaten sanctions against China and other currency manipulators. Respectable opinion is aghast. But respectable opinion has...
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Order on Sanjiv Bhatt’s plea reserved

PTI AHMEDABAD A LOCAL court on Tuesday reserved the order on Gujarat government’s remand revision application of arrested IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt, for October 7. The state government had on Monday challenged in the sessions court, a magisterial court order denying remand of Bhatt, arrested for allegedly threatening and forcing a constable to sign a false affidavit. Sessions Judge GN Patel hearing the case reserved the order after hearing both the parties. During the hearing Bhatt’s lawyer I H Sayed contended that the revision remand application of the state government was not maintainable in law. He cited Supreme Court judgement which said that granting or rejecting of remand was an interlocutory order and there cannot be revision of that order as per section 397(2) of the CrPC. Sayed said in view of the apex court judgement, the government application is not maintainable and should be rejected. On the government side, public prosecutor Pravin Trivedi argued that the state government has right to seek revision of the remand once it is rejected.

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