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Vijay Mallya condemns 'usual Indian media hype' after arrest

Vijay Mallya condemns 'usual Indian media hype' after arrest

The long-drawn procedure begins with an arrest, following which an extradition hearing is held before the District Judge at Westminster Magistrates' Court. The UK Crown office, acting on the Indian request, will argue Indian authorities' case for Mallya's extradition and he will have a chance to oppose it.


India BJP leaders face conspiracy trial in 1992 mosque case

India BJP leaders face conspiracy trial in 1992 mosque case

Though he refused to comment on the SC ruling, he defended Uma Bharati, another accused in the Ayodhya demolition case. "It is important to notice that Article 142 follows upon Article 141 of the Constitution, in which it is stated that the law declared by the Supreme Court shall be binding on all courts within the territory of India".


Pence set to rid Korean Peninsula of nuclear weapons

Pence set to rid Korean Peninsula of nuclear weapons

Pence told the ship's captain that he had spoken to President Donald Trump, and Trump "wishes he were here". "When the president says all options are on the table, all options are on the table", said Pence. Pence reassured Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday that the US considers its alliance with Japan to be a cornerstone of security in the region. "We appreciate the challenging times in which the people of Japan live with increasing provocations from across the Sea of Japan", said Pence.



US aircraft carrier group expected off Korea at end of April

In remarks to reporters at the Pentagon on April 11th, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis said that "she's stationed there in the western Pacific for a reason". If so, please tell us. Officials later said the strike group, including the 97,000-ton carrier and its 60-plus aircraft, the guided-missile destroyers USS Wayne E.



U.K. Lawmakers Vote in Favor of Early Election on June 8

The opposition Labour Party and Liberal Democrats welcomed the chance to put their policies to voters, though the Scottish National Party called the election a cynical political ploy. Those most in need, elderly, disabled, those who have learning difficulties and need support and often unable to get the care that we, as a civilised society, must and will deliver for all of them.