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Volkswagen diesel scandal: US judge approves $14.7 billion deal

Volkswagen diesel scandal: US judge approves $14.7 billion deal

A U.S. federal judge on Tuesday approved Volkswagen AG`s record $14.7 billion settlement with regulators and owners of 475,000 polluting diesel vehicles, and the German automaker said it would begin buying back the cars in mid-November.

Twitter not responsible for rise of Islamic State: US court

Twitter not responsible for rise of Islamic State: US court

A US judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Twitter that accused the micro-blogging site for the rise of the Islamic State (IS) terror group by providing "material support to IS" on its platform.

US top court agrees to hear Samsung-Apple patent fight

US top court agrees to hear Samsung-Apple patent fight

The US Supreme Court on Monday stepped into the high-profile patent fight between the world`s two fiercest smartphone rivals, Apple and Samsung, agreeing to hear Samsung`s appeal of what it contends were excessive penalties for copying the patented designs of the iPhone.
 

US court fight over USD 100 million Picasso sculpture

 A prominent American art dealer has gone to court in a fight with a British collector- reportedly representing the Qatari royal family, over a Picasso sculpture valued at more than USD 100 million.

Pakistan citizen indicted for trying to smuggle drones for Pak Army

The individual identified as Syed Vaqar Ashraf, charged on nine counts, transferred more than USD 62,000 to a US company in different money transfers from Pakistan.

FIFA scanadal: Ex Brazil chief pleads not guilty to new charges

FIFA scanadal: Ex Brazil chief pleads not guilty to new charges

Marin stands accused of taking bribes worth millions of dollars from sports marketing companies in connection with the sale of rights for various football tournaments.

Pakistani terror convict gets 40-year jail by US court

A 29-year old Pakistani man was on Tuesday sentenced to 40 years in prison by a US court for plotting terror attacks with al Qaeda that targeted a crowded shopping centre in England and the New York City subway system.

US court asks Dr Reddy's Laboratories to halt generic sale of esomeprazole

US court asks Dr Reddy's Laboratories to halt generic sale of esomeprazole

A US court has directed Dr Reddy's Laboratories to temporarily stop selling its generic version of esomeprazole in the US market.

US court rejects plea for attachment of Sahara hotels

US court rejects plea for attachment of Sahara hotels

In a relief to Sahara, a US court has rejected a plea seeking to attach the Indian group's prized Plaza and Dream Downtown hotels here.

Microsoft urges US court to block warrant for emails held abroad

 Microsoft Corp asked a federal appeals court on Wednesday to block the U.S. government from forcing the company to hand over a customer`s emails stored on an Irish server, warning that the precedent would create a "global free-for-all" that eviscerates personal privacy.

Union Carbide accountable for water pollution: Bhopal victims to US court

Lawyers representing communities living near the site of the Bhopal gas disaster, the world's worst industrial disaster, argued before the US Court of Appeals that Union Carbide Corp.

Rajat Gupta files appeal to overturn insider trading conviction

Pursuing yet another legal recourse, India-born former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta has filed a fresh appeal in a US court against a federal judge's ruling that had denied his bid to throw out his two-year sentence and conviction on insider trading charges.

Indian-origin man's assets to be freezed in fraud scheme in US

A US court has asked federal regulators to freeze the assets of an Indian-origin IIT and Harvard alumnus who has been charged with a fraud scheme in which the investment professional allegedly obtained about USD 65 million in ill-gotten gains.

Minor child custody: US court judgement not binding on woman

Madras High Court has dismissed a petition by a man to declare as binding on his wife the judgement of a US court in a matter of him seeking permanent custody of his minor child, saying it was not conclusive and binding on her and also not enforceable within jurisdiction of Indian courts.

Islamic group fundraiser faces US terror charges

An alleged fundraiser for a violent extremist group that supports the so-called Islamic State faced terrorism charges in US court Monday.

Ex-FIFA official Jeffrey Webb to enter plea on US charges

Ex-FIFA official Jeffrey Webb to enter plea on US charges

Jeffrey Webb, one of seven high-ranking officials of soccer`s world governing body FIFA who were arrested in Switzerland on U.S. corruption charges, was due to enter a plea in court on Saturday after being extradited to the United States.

Ex-Goldman director, Rajat Gupta, fails to void insider trading conviction

Gupta, 66, who is also a former McKinsey & Co global managing director, is serving a two-year prison term, and eligible for release next March.

Apple conspired to fix e-book prices: US appeals court

By a 2-1 vote, the 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with a lower court judge that the conspiracy violated federal antitrust law, and that the judge acted properly in imposing an injunction to prevent a recurrence.

US court issues show-cause notice to Sahara in $350-mn lawsuit

In fresh troubles for Sahara, a US court has issued show-cause notice to the group in connection with a USD 350 million lawsuit seeking attachment of its two prized hotel assets here -- Plaza and Dream Downtown.

US court finds Copaxone patent invalid again: Natco Pharma

The Natco stock was trading at Rs 2,187.05, up 5.33 percent, on BSE at 1513 hours.