Free Press Journal
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    More than just event management

    THE election of an Indian to  the International Court of  Justice in the face of P-5 competition didn’t happen overnight. By putting India in  the radar of Africa, Modi has, at least, offered many countries  a possible alternative to  China’s de facto  neo-imperialism.

  • SC to hear plea on live streaming of top court’s proceedings

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear a petition filed by a senior lawyer seeking live streaming of judicial proceedings in the top court on matters of constitutional and national importance.

  • Kulbhushan row: Indo-Americans, Balochs chant ‘Chappal chor Pakistan’ against mistreatment of Jadhav’s family

    Washington DC: A group of Indian-Americans and Balochs held a protest by the name ‘Chappal Chor Pakistan’ outside the Pakistan embassy here, over the misbehaviour meted out to former Indian Naval Officer Kulbhushan Jadhav‘s mother and wife. The protestors also donated used shoes to the embassy saying that ‘protest is in solidarity with Jadhav’s family.’

  • Many ICJ judges worked as arbitrators: Report

    Washington : At least thirteen former and seven current International Court of Justice (ICJ) judges, including UK’s Christopher Greenwood, worked as “arbitrators” during their tenure, an investigative report has alleged, questioning the integrity of such judges in the world court.

  • India’s Dalveer Bhandari re-elected as ICJ judge

    United Nations: India’s Dalveer Bhandari was on Tuesday re-elected to the International Court of Justice with more than two-thirds of the UN members backing him, forcing Britain to withdraw its candidate amidst high drama in the hard-fought race to the world court.

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    UNGA President holds consultations on ICJ elections

    Washington: UN General Assembly President Miroslav Lajcak has held several rounds of consultations at the UN headquarters in New York ahead of next week’s crucial election to break the deadlock between India and the UK for the last seat at the International Court of Justice.

  • New round of ICJ voting on Monday

    Washington: The UN General Assembly and the Security Council will meet on Monday for a new round of voting for the last seat at the International Court of Justice as the battle between India’s nominee Dalveer Bhandari and Britain’s Christopher Greenwood remained deadlocked. Bhandari and Greenwood, who are seeking re-election at the Hague-based ICJ, are locked in a major battle as 11 rounds of elections held in both the UNGA and UNSC

  • Pak recommends ex-Chief justice as judge in Jadhav case in ICJ

    Islamabad : Pakistan on Wednesday recommended former chief justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani as an ad-hoc judge to the International Court of Justice to hear the case of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav who has been sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court for “subversive activities”.

  • Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Ahead of ICJ hearing, BJP hopes for early release

    Bengaluru/ Kolkata: As the International Court of Justice (ICJ) will on Wednesday resume hearing in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) expressed hope for early release of the former Indian naval officer. Speaking to ANI, BJP leader S. Prakash hoped that the Indian government will succeed in bringing back Jadhav to India.

  • Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Pakistan Attorney General to lead delegation in ICJ

    Islamabad: Pakistan’s Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf will represent the country against India at the International Court of Justice in the case involving Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav, who was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has informed the ICJ registrar at Peace Palace in The Hague that Ausaf would be the “agent” for Pakistan in the case whereas Foreign Affairs Director General Dr Mohammad Faisal would

  • India again asks Pak to provide consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav

    New Delhi/Islamabad : India on Saturday again asked Pakistan to grant full and early consular access to its national Kulbhushan Jadhav, sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court, as the two countries exchanged a list of prisoners lodged in each other’s jails.

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    Jadhav seeks clemency from Pak army chief: military

    Islamabad: Kulbhushan Jadhav has sought clemency from the Pakistan Army chief over the death sentence handed down to him by a military court, the Army said today, weeks after the International Court of Justice (ICJ) stayed the Indian national’s execution.

  • Meet the faceless warriors of Prime Minister Narendra Modi

    For some websites, India has already won the Jadhav case in International Court of Justice and China is scared of India because Modi government chose to boycott Beijing’s One Belt One Road plan. For them there are scientific reasons behind the Hindu women’s veil, but Muslim’s burqa is inhuman.