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West Brom boss Tony Pulis ordered to pay Crystal Palace GBP 3.7m after ‘deceiving tribunal’

West Brom boss Tony Pulis ordered to pay Crystal Palace GBP 3.7m after ‘deceiving tribunal’

Pulis oversaw the Eagles` successful bid to avoid relegation but did not stay with Palace until August 31.

Pakistan to take legal action if India violates pacts

Pakistan said on Thursday that it will take legal action if India breaches any of the bilateral agreements.

BJP targets Sonia on Agusta deal, Congress threatens legal action

The BJP on Tuesday targeted Congress president Sonia Gandhi in the AgustaWestland chopper deal, alleging that her name crops up four times in an Italian court judgment that observes bribes were indeed paid to Indian authorities to secure the $530 million contract. Denying the allegation, the Congress threatened legal action for defamation.

Pray outside, British school tells Muslim students

Dozens of Muslim youngsters claim they have been left soaking wet and cold after the school refused to give them permission to offer their daily prayers indoors.

Sawan Kumar plans legal action against makers of new 'Souten'

Veteran filmmaker Sawan Kumar, known for directing films such as "Laila" and "Sanam Bewafa", plans to press charges against the makers of "Souten - A New Threesome" as he feels it's an unofficial remake of his yesteryear hit of the same name.

Iran vows legal action against Saudi after hajj disaster

Iran on Sunday vowed to take international legal action against Saudi Arabia's rulers over the crush of Muslim pilgrims at this year's hajj, which killed at least 769 people, including 136 Iranians, and has led to an escalation of tensions between the regional archrivals.

Medical charity MSF to take legal action against `Phantom` makers

Medical charity MSF to take legal action against `Phantom` makers

`Phantom` has got itself into another problem, as Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) has decided to take legal action against the film's producers claiming that misrepresentation of the medical group can put the lives of their aid workers deployed in conflict zones at risk.

ACB chief Meena mulling legal action against Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi Anti-corruption Bureau (ACB) Chief M K Meena on Tuesday said he is mulling "legal recourse" against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for the latter's alleged derogatory remarks terming him as "corrupt".

Tokyo logo designer protests innocence in copyright row

Tokyo logo designer protests innocence in copyright row

The designer of the logo for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics on Friday denied claims of plagiarism after his emblem triggered threats of possible legal action in Europe.

Five suspects in Kuwait mosque attack face legal action

Kuwait`s interior ministry on Monday referred five suspects linked to the suicide bombing of a Shiite mosque to the prosecution service for legal action, a security official said.

Assange says time for legal action after fresh US spying revelations

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange told French television Wednesday that the time had come for legal action over US snooping after leaked documents revealing Washington had spied on three French presidents sparked fresh outrage.

Dumped F1 driver takes action against Sauber: Reports

Dumped F1 driver takes action against Sauber: Reports

Dumped Dutch driver Giedo van der Garde has taken legal action ahead of the Australian Formula One Grand Prix to press his claim to a drive with Sauber, Australian media reported on Thursday.

HSBC could face US legal action over Swiss accounts

HSBC Holdings Plc faces investigation by U.S. authorities and an inquiry by British lawmakers after admitting failings by its Swiss private bank that may have allowed some customers to dodge taxes.

FIFPro to take legal action over rights for unpaid players

FIFPro to take legal action over rights for unpaid players

The world players` union FIFPro has said it will take legal action to ensure players who are not paid on time are free to look for a new club.

Russians ponder legal action over doping claims

Russians ponder legal action over doping claims

Russia`s athletics federation said Saturday they were considering legal action following "slanderous allegations" made on German television of massive drug use in the country`s sport.

Don't have power to intervene in India-West Indies dispute: ICC

Don't have power to intervene in India-West Indies dispute: ICC

The International Cricket Council (ICC) Wednesday admitted it “does not have the power to intervene” in the dispute between the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB).

Lil Kim accused of skipping meeting fans

Lil Kim accused of skipping meeting fans

Rapper Lil Kim has been threatened with legal action after allegedly skipping a planned meet-and-greet with fans at a gay nightclub. The Lighters Up hitmaker's agent, Michael Benedetti, signed a 14,375 pounds deal on the hip-hop star's behalf to have her perform at The Manor in Florida over the weekend and mingle with 100 devotees, reportedly.

English Football Association face legal action over Premier League chief sexism row: Report

English Football Association face legal action over Premier League chief sexism row: Report

The former personal assistant to English Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore has launched legal action against the Football Association over its failure to investigate his sexist e-mails, Britain`s Channel Four television news reported Tuesday.

Thai arrests over demands for legal action against ex-PM

Thai police on Sunday arrested at least two people for distributing leaflets demanding renewed legal action against ex-premier Abhisit Vejjajiva and his then deputy for their roles in a 2010 protest crackdown.

Caterham face legal action from axed staff

The struggling Caterham Formula One team faces possible legal action from a group of around 40 former staff who were axed by a new management team following this month`s takeover.