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CJI has authority to decide allocation of cases, rules SC

CJI has authority to decide allocation of cases, rules SC

Dismissing the claims made in the PIL filed by lawyer, Pande, who alleged arbitrary allocation of work by the CJI, the SC in a detailed judgement said: since the CJI is a high constitutional functionary, there can not be any distrust about the responsibilities he discharges to enable the apex court to carry out the work required under Constitution.


Arizona Supreme Court rules against in-state tuition for DACA students

Arizona Supreme Court rules against in-state tuition for DACA students

Until Monday, these young DACA beneficiaries were able to "receive lower in-state tuition rates at Arizona State University, University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University since 2015", explained NBC News . Congress has yet to pass bipartisan legislation, and Trump declared the program "dead" this month in a tweet. According to a local paper, the in-state rate for undergraduate students at Arizona State University is $10,640 - compared to $26,470 for non-resident students.


Police release image of man in connection with Hither Green burglary

Police release image of man in connection with Hither Green burglary

The Met said it was aware of the flowers being removed but no action would be taken. HuffPost understands tensions would need to escalate into public disorder for police to become more involved. The dispute came as a coroner returned the body of the burglar back to his family during an inquest opening on Tuesday. Angry locals tore down a tribute to Vincent, who died after suffering a stab wound at the home of Mr Osborn-Brooks in Hither Green, South London, earlier this month.


Kumar Vishwas removed from Rajasthan role, AAP appoints his successor

Kumar Vishwas removed from Rajasthan role, AAP appoints his successor

Earlier, the AAP announced it had removed founder member Kumar Vishwas as the Rajasthan in-charge and appointed National Treasurer Deepak Bajpai in his place. The AAP decided not to contest the January Rajasthan bypolls even though party cadres wanted to field farmer leader Rampal Jat from the Alwar Lok Sabha seat.


Trump pushes back against New York Times story involving Russian Federation payment

Trump pushes back against New York Times story involving Russian Federation payment

Mueller is leading the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, which includes examining any potential ties between Trump campaign associates and Russia. He called the donation "an unusual amount of money for such a short speech". The appearance that the alleged payment was in exchange for was the Yalta European Strategy conference, which has featured speakers including former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Bill Clinton.