May11, 2017 (C) Ravinder Singh firstname.lastname@example.org
Yesterday there were several brief POWER CUTS and there was new in ET that ADANI had threatened to Stop Power Generation after SC turned down its plea to raise power tariff.
I was busy researching the DEEPER implications – even Rs.1 per unit increase in Price could cost Rs.50,000 Cr to people of India. 70,000 MW of Generating Units were shut at peak of summer season. None of the TV Channels covered it.
Today TOI confirmed [P-4] ADANI has shut down its 1250 MW in phases for 2 weeks, 5000 MW of Private Power is IMPACTED – but in Gujarat only. Entire 14,802 MW of Coal & Gas generation is IMPACTED – Gujarat also has 6664 MW high cost renewal energy.
It is Amazing ‘Arnab Goswami’ was difficult to bear when engaged for 60m Show so was thrown out now Runs 24 hour Channel. It is Total Nonsense.
THESE ARNAB LED DULLARDS COULD NOT LOCATE SIMILAR CASES BEFORE ICJ – Like the one here.
Paraguay professionally dealt with the matter related to Death Sentence for Rape & Murder Case of its citizen in Virginia, USA but couldn’t prevent his Execution.
1.2 The United States chose not to do so. The federal Executive deferred to the Governor of Virginia and successfully urged the United States Supreme Court to do the same. Relying on the advice of the United States that the Order was not binding, the Governor went forward with the execution. In a press release issued on the night of the execution, the Governor stated that he had not granted a reprieve in order to eliminate the possibility that this Court’s eventual judgment might prevent that execution
‘The Court’s role is to settle, in accordance with international law, legal disputes submitted to it by States and to give advisory opinions on legal questions referred to it by authorized United Nations organs and specialized agencies.’
May08- REQUEST FOR THE INDICATION OF PROVISIONAL MEASURES OF PROTECTION
Case Concerning the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations
5 Almost a year after India’s first request for consular access, on 23January 2017, India received from Pakistan a request for assistance in investigation of what was described as “FIR No. 6 of 2016.” Subsequently, on 21March 2017, Pakistan formally communicated to lndia that consular access by a State to Mr.Jadhav “shall be considered in the light of Indian side’s response to Pakistan’s request for assistance in investigation process and early dispensation of justice.” This was totally against Pakistan’s obligation under the Vienna Convention that does not laydown any limitation on right of consular access by a State to its national and also the right of the Indian national to freely communicate with Indian authorities under Article 36 of the Convention.
Urgent Communication to Pakistan from the President —
“—Judge Ronny Abraham, President of the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the principal judicial organ of the United Nations,addressed yesterday an urgent communication to the Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, with a copy to the Government of the Republic of India, in the proceedings instituted by India against Pakistan, on 8 May 2017 (see Press Release No.2017/16).
— “[p]ending the meeting of the Court, the President may call upon the parties to act in such a way as will enable any order the Court may make on the request for provisional measures to have its appropriate effects.”
This is Worst Kind of Journalism when DULLARDS believe they are above Judiciary and Law, Delivering Verdicts without Evidence & Examination of Facts.
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Venezuela, dozens of protesters have been injured in the capital and a 27-year-old man has died in another day of violent clashes during demonstrations demanding elections. National guardsmen launched tear gas yesterday as protesters in Caracas tried to march to the Supreme Court. The formerly oil rich country of Venezuela is in crisis, with anti-government protests and violent police crackdowns on demonstrations is continuing and 38 people are killed in cross street protests and economy is in crisis.
#Venezuela Protesters killed: 37 Injured: 700 Political prisoners: 114.
Caracas-area Mayor Ramon Muchacho said 84 people have been hospitalized. Protester Miguel Castillo was killed during the turmoil. He had recently graduated from Santa Maria University with a degree in communications.
At least 38 people have been killed in more than a month of political unrest instigated after Venezuela’s Supreme Court stripped congress of its last powers, a decision it later reversed.
Protesters blame socialist President Nicolas Maduro for rising crime, vast food and medical supply shortages and triple-digit inflation.
Supreme Court today made it clear that it would examine whether the practice of triple talaq among Muslims is fundamental to their religion as it began hearing petitions challenging the practice.
A five-judge bench headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar said it would look into the aspect whether triple talaq is part of an “enforceable” fundamental right to practice religion by Muslims.
The bench also comprising Justices Kurian Joseph, R F Nariman, U U Lalit and Abdul Nazeer, however, said the issue of polygamy among Muslims may not be deliberated upon by it as this aspect is unrelated to triple talaq.
The apex court made it clear that each side will get two days each for canvassing their arguments on the two questions formulated by the bench and one day will be given for the rebuttal.
The apex court also made it clear that it would stop any counsel who will repeat the arguments.