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Gays and Lesbians can Obtain asylum in US on Grounds of Harassment and Abuse

... the United States, even at a time of conservative judicial activism, fear about HIV/AIDS transmission and increased scrutiny of asylum seekers. The government does not disclose a breakdown of reasons for granting asylum petitions, but legal advocacy groups in several major U.S. cities said they have won doze...

Three Doctors Charged So Far in the UK Bombing Case

...ys to detain and question them, subject to regular judicial review. Asha's wife, Marwa Daana, a 27-year-old laboratory assistant, was released without charge on Thursday.Easily the most surprising case is that of Haneefs. He has been in custody in Australia since his arrest in Brisbane on July 2 as he attem...

Character Test for Australian Visa Subjective

...in this, whereas the bail was granted because of a judicial finding that it wasn't," Lynch told Sky News. However another newspaper has reported that Haneef had been in frequent and extensive contact with two men at the centre of Britain's car-bomb plot on the eve of their failed terror attacks. The onli...

Additives in Baby Products Raise Fresh Concerns in New Zealand

...d Nutricia say they will now go to court to seek a judicial interpretation of the laws involved....

The Doctor Parents of a 15 Year Old surgeon Arrested

...n state of Tamil Nadu have been remanded to 15-day judicial custody for allowing their 15-year-old son to perform caesarean section on a pregnant woman sometime ago. The couple are charged with endangering the life of the patient and abetting their sons illegal practice of surgery without any qualifications...

UK Doctors Demand Overhauling of Fertility Regulatory Authority

...ation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), following a judicial rap it has received. The High Court in London has ruled that the fertility regulator had unlawfully obtained warrants to search a clinic on the eve of a Panorama documentary. The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), coming under ...

Kerala Health Minister Charged for Infant Deaths in a Hospital

...due to infection. The court of additional chief judicial magistrate here passed the judgement on a complaint by a person regarding infant deaths at the state-owned Sree Avittam Tirunal (SAT) Hospital. The deaths were due to infection the infants contracted in the labour room, according to blood tests con...

Biotechnology Will Dominate The 21st Century

...g Approval Committee has been vacated today during judicial hearing. The entire research activities of the country that was at a standstill will get momentum and Genetic Engineering Approval Committee will be able to work speedily. Shri Meena assured along with treating this field as a priority area with inve...

Medical Marijuana Activist Drops Lawsuit

...federal government. "I've lost all faith in the judicial system, I don't understand how somebody can lose their constitutional right to life in this country," she said Thursday. "It's been really, really hard for me these last few months, and I wasn't happy about having to give up the case. "But I'm rea...

Mylan Wins Its Amlodipine Case With Pfizer

...iled in our amlodipine besylate litigation and the judicial system ultimately confirmed the position that we were the first to assert and have consistently maintained concerning this product for over four years. We are further pleased that our first to market generic amlodipine products have saved patients, c...

10 Year Sentence for Teen Sex Repealed

...en our court system has lost sight of the goal our judicial system has always strived to accomplish ... justice being served in a fair and equal manner,'' the judge wrote....

Kerala Health Minister Charged for Infant Deaths in a Hospital

...due to infection. The court of additional chief judicial magistrate here passed the judgement on a complaint by a person regarding infant deaths at the state-owned Sree Avittam Tirunal (SAT) Hospital. The deaths were due to infection the infants contracted in the labour room, according to blood tests con...

Court Refuses to Intervene for Law on Surrogate Motherhood

...gh Court Wednesday asked a woman advocate, seeking judicial intervention for enactment of a law on the issue of surrogate motherhood and hiring of wombs// in India, to instead approach the government. A division bench of Chief Justice M.K. Sarma and Justice Sanjiv Khanna directed advocate Namita Roy to appr...

Animal Lovers Protest Brutal Dog Killings

...kin of dogs in Karnataka. There should be an open, judicial enquiry to prosecute the culprits." Existing laws, under which cruelty to animals in any form is a punishable offence, state that killing and maiming of animals is punishable with imprisonment, which may extend to five years and a fine or both. So...

Drugs Watchdog Faces A Judicial Review

The NHS drugs watchdog will be facing a judicial review in court for the first time. Eisai and Pfizer have been permitted a legal review// over the health watchdog's refusal to approve drugs to treat Alzheimer's disease. According to the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice...

UK Indian Doctors Obtain Injunction Against New Rule

...e Feb 9 ruling of the high court that disallowed a judicial review of new immigration rules announced in April 2006. Raman Lakshman, BAPIO vice chair (policy), said: "Given that our members will begin to suffer harm from being excluded from the interviews and the department is so far unprepared to enter in ...

Indian Doctors File Appeal Against British Court Ruling

...the February 9 high court ruling that disallowed a judicial review of new immigration rules, lodged an appeal against the judgment, the health authorities began shortlisting doctors, including Indians, for training jobs. The British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (BAPIO) filed the appeal on Thur...

Indian Doctors Return Home from Britain, More on the Way

...ged by the Indian medical community in court but a judicial review was disallowed by the high court February 9. Leaders of the Indian medical community say that the figure of 5,000 is approximate and that the actual figure could be more. The returning doctors had passed the requisite tests for employment i...

Indian Doctors in Britain Lose Legal Battle

...utcome is expected to set a precedent for two more judicial review petitions relating to changes made to the H...ss hopeful of a positive outcome. The case for a judicial review of affecting doctors was filed by BAPIO, which represents the large number of doctors from th...

'Gender-Benders': Sports and Sex Determination

...dstick of sporting fairplay? The answer is 'NO'. A judicial blend of physical examination and genetic analysis based on the latest cyto-molecular techniques, complemented with biochemical and endocrinal evaluations will definitely be a 'curtain-raiser', and will go a long way in helping to detect the 'wolves'...

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