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· Kerala gold smuggling case: Let all big sharks behind gold smuggling come out, says CM Pinarayi Vijayan →
Kerala gold smuggling case: After a National Investigation Agency Court on Sunday remanded key accused in the Kerala gold scam — Swapna Suresh and Sandeep Nair — to judicial custody, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said on Monday that the state government will not protect anyone involved in the case and all support was being extended to the NIA.
· Leaked UPSR question papers: Engineer’s conviction, jail term quashed in Kuala Terengganu →
KUALA TERENGGANU, July 13 — The High Court here today quashed the conviction and three years’ jail sentence of an engineer charged with possessing leaked Primary School Achievement Test (UPSR) question papers, in 2014.
· Russian constitution change ends hopes for gay marriage →
They won’t be allowed to refuse to testify against their partner in court, they won’t automatically inherit from each other, and they can’t see each other in hospitals that only allow visits by family members.
· The Dirty Dozen: 12 Tricky Tax Dependent Dilemmas →
The custodial parent can release the dependency claim (or perhaps be forced to do so by the court) to his or her ex-spouse by signing a written declaration (Form 8332) that the noncustodial spouse must attach to the tax return each year he or she claims the children as dependents.
· How Duterte’s Anti-Terror Law Unleashed Public Outrage Against His Leadership →
Critics include the country’s former vice president, retired Supreme Court justices, law scholars, Catholic schools, private school owners, religious authorities, local government officials, and big business groups.
· Man City's Ban Appeal Victory Intensifies Premier League's Top-Four Race →
Wolves are in sixth place, four points off the top four, so the ruling by the Court of Arbitration for Sport has come as a blow to their Champions League ambitions.
· Through Hong Kong, Beijing Channels Its Repression to the World →
On June 30, a court in Beijing sentenced Canadian citizen and businesswoman Sun Qian to eight years in prison for practicing Falun Gong, the meditation and spiritual discipline banned in China but practiced freely in Canada and elsewhere around the world.
· The Clippers' Big Chance →
Point guard Patrick Beverley was holding court with the handful of reporters gathered around his locker in March 2019, just minutes after his Clippers had beaten the Lakers 113-105.
· What next for Manchester City after Champions League reprieve? →
Manchester City can breathe easy after avoiding the painful consequences of a two-season ban from European competition as a result of their successful appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
· Israel’s West Bank annexation plan and why it’s stalled, explained by an expert →
Palestinians in the West Bank have been able to use, in a limited way, the Israeli Supreme Court to dispute, for example, the route of the security barrier that Israel built.