Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Thursday ruled there insufficient evidence to order Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s removal from office over corruption allegations leveled by the opposition and ordered further investigations.
A verdict to remove Sharif would have left his party in power but would, nevertheless, have sparked turmoil at a time
Read more: Pakistan’s court rules Nawaz can stay in power
New Delhi, Apr 19 (Just News): LK Advani and other top leaders of the BJP including union minister Uma Bharti will be tried for criminal conspiracy in the demolition of the 16th-century Babri Masjid in Ayodhya, the Supreme Court ruled today.
Judges have also ordered daily hearings to ensure
Read more: BJP Leader Advani To Be Tried For Conspiracy
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan narrowly won a historic referendum on Sunday that will tighten his grip on power, but the knife-edge result left the country bitterly divided and the opposition crying foul.
The sweeping constitutional changes approved in the vote create a presidential system that will grant Erdogan more
Read more: Erdogan wins Turkey referendum
Britain’s Theresa May on Tuesday called for snap elections on June 8, catching the country by surprise in a bid to bolster her position before tough talks on leaving the European Union.
"We need a general election and we need one now, because we have at this moment a
Read more: UK PM May calls for June 8 election
Sanjay Dutt over not appearing before it in a case filed against him by film producer Shakeel Noorani back in 2013.
Noorani had filed a complain four years ago, alleging that he had received threatening calls from the underworld on behalf of Sanjay to drop a case.
Read more: Mumbai court issues warrant against Sanjay Dutt