UN chief 'concerned' over marines dispute between India, Italy

United Nations: Days before his visit to India, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has expressed concern over the dispute between New Delhi and Rome over the marines issue and called on the two nations to reach a "mutually acceptable solution."

Italian marines row: UN chief's position remains unchanged

United Nations: The ongoing Italian marines row with India has not generated any new response from the United Nations, with the spokesperson for Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon saying the position of the UN chief over the issue remains unchanged.

Fishermen killings: SC allows Italian marine to go home for treatment

The Supreme Court on Friday permitted Italian marine Massimilano Latorre to go back home to Italy for his treatment for four months.

Fishermen killing: SC exempts Italian marine Latorre from personal appearance, seeks response from Centre

The Supreme Court has exempted Massimiliano Latorre, one of the Italian marines facing murder charges in India, who suffered brain stroke recently, from personal appearance before police for two weeks, reports stated on Monday.

Fishermen killing case: After stroke, marine seeks return to Italy

Massimiliano Latorre, one of the Italian marines facing murder charges in India, has submitted a request to the Supreme Court to allow him to return to Italy for his "more rapid and complete recovery" after he suffered a condition similar to a mild stroke.

Fishermen killing case: Italian marine suffers mild cerebral ischemia, Def Min visits

One of the two Italian marines detained in India on murder charges was hospitalised with a condition similar to a mild stroke even as the Italian Foreign minister said bringing back the marines remain a priority.

Fishermen killing case: SC stays trial proceedings against Italian marines

In a significant development, the Supreme Court on Friday stayed the commencement of trial against two Italian marines accused of killing two Indian fishermen off Kerala coast.

No death penalty for Italian marines as Centre drops anti-piracy charge

In a major reprieve for the two Italian marines facing trial for allegedly killing two Indian fishermen off Kerala coast in 2012, the Centre on Monday informed the Supreme Court that the duo would not be tried under the anti-piracy law SUA.

Fishermen killing case: `Italy working hard to bring back marines from India`

Italy is working ceaselessly for the early return of two Italian marines facing trial in India for murdering two fishermen, President Giorgio Napolitano said on Monday.

Marines case: SC lifts travel ban on Italian envoy Daniele Mancini

The Supreme Court on Tuesday lifted the travel restrictions imposed on Italian Ambassador Daniele Mancini from leaving the country in connection with the killing of two fishermen by two Italian marines off the Kerala coast last year.

Italian marines return to India

Putting an end to all speculations, the two Italian marines, accused of killing two Indian fishermen, returned to India on Friday morning.

SC grants time to Italian govt to specify stand

The Supreme Court today asked the Italian government to tell it by tomorrow if it would ensure the presence of four marines of its merchant navy ship Enrica Lexie in India during criminal proceedings

Italy signs ‘deal’ to secure marines’ release

The government of Italy on Tuesday signed Rs 1 crore compensation deal with the family members of the two fishermen who were shot dead by two Italian marines onboard `Enrica Lexie`.

Remand of Italian marines extended

A court here Monday extended by
14 days the judicial remand of two marines of Italian ship `Enrica Lexie`, charged with gunning down two Indian fishermen off the Kerala coast in February.

Kerala: Ship owner to pay Rs 25 lakh each to fishermen`s kin

The owner of the Singapore-flagged vessel, suspected to have collided with a boat off Kerala on
March 1, has been directed by Kerala High court to pay Rs 25
lakh each to families of the four of the five fishermen