· Anti-CAA protests: Delhi HC says justifiable grounds for extending investigation time against Sharjeel Imam →
Initially, a case under section 124 A (sedition) and 153 A IPC (promoting enmity between classes) and 505 (statements conducing to public mischief) of the IPC was lodged by the Crime Branch here, pursuant to the alleged speeches addressed by Imam, allegedly instigating a particular religious section of the society to disrupt/block the access to North East region of India from rest of India, police had claimed.
· The Supreme Court just revoked Trump’s get-out-of-jail-free card →
The decision in Trump v. Vance is a repudiation of the most extreme version of a theory of presidential authority known as the “unitary executive theory.” Originally a thesis about the ability of the president to remove other executive branch officials at will, the unitary executive thesis has over the years transformed into a thesis about the president’s power to defy other sources of governmental authority, such as Congress and, in this case, the criminal justice system.
· Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: Iran’s controversial former president to offer to mediate in Yemen war, reports say →
It also remains unclear if Mr Ahmadinejad understands the extraordinary complexity of Yemen’s conflicts, which include battles between UAE-backed southern separatists and the pro-Saudi government in Aden and a military effort to defeat Al Qaeda’s local branch.
· Tablet interactive: The godfathers of coaching and how they shaped the modern game →
This is how far their branches reach.
· Delhi riots: Two employees of suspended AAP Councillor Tahir Hussain two are the key witnesses against him →
The Crime Branch of the Delhi police had filed the charge sheet before Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Pawan Singh Rajawat against Hussain and 14 others last month.
· ‘This isn’t really Somerset’: how the rich took over Bruton →
The couple now own a farm, vineyard and hotel in Bruton, and in 2014 they opened a branch of the Hauser & Wirth gallery in converted barns overlooking the town.
The New York Times
· Philippine Congress Officially Shuts Down Leading Broadcaster →
“The palace has maintained a neutral stance on the issue as it respects the separation of powers between the two coequal branches of government,” he said.
· 'They'll have an uprising on their hands': the fight to save wild horses →
Thin moss clings to mottled branches.
The New York Times
· Trump’s Taxes May Be Released — Eventually →
They must narrow the parameters of their requests, the justices ruled, and heed the competing needs of government branches.
· Médecins Sans Frontières is 'institutionally racist', say 1,000 insiders →
Addressed to senior management and colleagues, the letter calls for an independent investigation into racism within the organisation and for urgent root and branch reform to dismantle “decades of power and paternalism”.