Russia opposes UN resolution for tribunal for MH17 crash

Russia says it is opposed to a UN resolution that would establish an international tribunal to prosecute those responsible for shooting down a Malaysia Airlines plane over Ukraine last year.

Complied with orders on tribunal head's salary: Govt to Delhi HC

The city government has told Delhi High Court that it has complied with its directions to enhance pay of a retired additional district judge, the presiding officer of two tribunals, and to fix terms and conditions of his appointment.

Lebanese journalist accused of exposing Hariri witnesses

A Lebanese reporter and her TV station went on trial on Thursday accused of jeopardising the case against the alleged killers of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri by trying to expose witnesses.

Genocide court upholds life terms for Rwanda ex-ruling party bosses

 The UN-backed tribunal for Rwanda on Monday upheld the life sentences for two former heads of the ex-ruling party for genocide crimes committed in 1994.

Hague tribunal asks China to defend sea claims

A Hague-based tribunal has asked China to defend its territorial claims in the South China Sea by submitting evidence within six months despite Beijing`s refusal to respond to a Philippine legal challenge to Beijing`s vast claims to the strategic waters.

Rs 4.86 Lac compensation to family of man killed in road mishap

Thane District Motor Accident Claims Tribunal has awarded Rs 4.86 lakhs compensation to the family of a man, who was killed in a road accident in 1993.

Cambodia Khmer Rouge tribunal staff go on strike

Khmer Rouge tribunal spokesman Neth Pheaktra said that about 30 Cambodian staff members from the translation section announced they were going on strike.

Chairman of B`desh tribunal trying 1971 war suspects resigns

The chairman resigned following a controversy over his reported Skype conversation with an expatriate war crimes expert.

Tribunal enhances compensation of accident victim`s family

Enhancing the compensation amount claimed by a widow, the Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT) here has held that claim can be entertained even if the proof for age or income of the victim is not available.

B`desh to set up 2nd tribunal for war crimes trial

Bangladesh will set up a second tribunal to speed up the trial of those accused of "crimes against humanity" during 1971 `Liberation War`.

Sone dispute: HC asks Centre to set up tribunal

Patna High Court on Wednesday asked the
Centre to form a Water Dispute Redressal Tribunal to resolve the dispute over sharing of
Sone waters.

UN-backed tribunal publishes Hariri indictment

The UN-backed tribunal investigating the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese prime minister Rafiq Hariri has said it had published the full indictment.

Tribunal stays land acquisition for Renuka Dam

The National Green Tribunal on Thursday
ordered an interim stay on land acquisition process by
Himachal Pradesh Power Corporation Limited (HPPCL) for Renuka
Dam Project in the state`s Sirmaur district.

Coke plant: VS flays delay in setting up tribunal

The LDF would strongly oppose any move to sabotage the setting up of a special tribunal.

Extend ULFA ban: Meghalaya, Arunachal to tribunal

Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh
governments have sought extension of the ban on ULFA, citing
unabated terror activities of the group in their territories
and links with small groups operating in the neighbouring
states.

Punjab asked to pay Rs 25 lakh to family of accident victim

A motor accident claims tribunal has asked the Punjab government to pay nearly Rs 25 lakhs as compensation to the family members of a man, who was
crushed to death three years ago by a state roadways bus.

Law ministry`s irregular appointment process scrapped

Central Administrative Tribunal has
scrapped its appointment process for recruitment of deputy
government counsel under prestigious Indian Legal Service,
saying the ministry had "changed the rules of the game
midway".

Ban on ULFA; Tribunal issues notices to Nagaland, Meghalaya

A Tribunal headed by Delhi High
Court judge Mukta Gupta issued notices to Nagaland and
Meghalaya governments on the Centre`s plea seeking its nod to
extend the ban on militant outfit ULFA by two more years.

Govt plans one tribunal for inter-state water-sharing disputes

Peeved at the slow progress being made by various tribunals dealing with sensitive inter-state water disputes, government is contemplating formation of a single permanent body to tackle such cases.

Delay Parliament opening 1 month: Afghan tribunal

A tribunal set up by Afghanistan`s Supreme Court has called for a one-month delay in the opening of the parliamentary session to further investigate charges of electoral fraud.