UK court acquits Colonel Lama

September 6, 2016 22:15 pm

LONDON, Sept 7: A British court on Tuesday acquitted Nepal Army Colonel Kumar Lama, who was arrested in the United Kingdom more than three years ago under universal jurisdiction on a charge of torture.

KATHMANDU, Aug 31: The government has started preparations for setting up a separate Special Court for conflict-era cases of human rights violations recommended by the transitional justice mechanisms for prosecution.

KATHMANDU, Aug 24: Chief of the Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA), Lokman Singh Karki, has submitted a written statement at the Supreme Court claiming that he has not done anything that would amount to contempt of court.

Court terminates City Market contract

August 21, 2016 21:21 pm

KATHMANDU, Aug 22: District Court of Kathmandu has ordered termination of the contract awarded by the Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) to Surendra Prasad Dahal for operating the City Market.

KATHMANDU, Aug 21: The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) on Sunday lost a corruption case filed at the Special Court demanding Rs 460.5 million as compensation.

KATHMANDU, Aug 10: The Special Court (SC) has demanded Rs 10 million in bail from the suspended lawmaker of CPN (Maoist Center), Lharkyal Lama. The court demanded the bail bond during the first hearing on a corruption case filed by the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA).

IMPHAL, India, Aug 9: An Indian court granted bail Tuesday to a hunger-striking political activist who has been force-fed for nearly 16 years, after she assured the judge that she planned to end her fast.

GENEVA, Aug 5: FIFA's ethics committee has cleared President Gianni Infantino of alleged misconduct relating to use of private flights, ending weeks of speculation in Swiss and German media that he would become the latest world football leader suspended from office.

BHAKTAPUR, Aug 5: The Bhaktapur District Court is to be shifted at Kamalbinayek-based Tumucho Dugure Chokha Land Integration Project Area from Darbar Square area.

LONDON, Aug 2: Nepal Army (NA) Colonel Kumar Lama has been acquitted by Old Bailey Central Criminal Court, London on Tuesday in one of the two cases filed against him by former Maoist rebels alleging torture during the decade-long armed conflict in Nepal.

LONDON, Aug 2: Old Bailey Central Criminal Court has acquitted Nepali Army (NA) Colonel Kumar Lama in one out of the two cases of war crimes filed against him for alleged torture during the decade-long armed conflict in Nepal.

KATHMANDU, July 9: The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) on Friday filed a chargesheet against SSP Dr Maheshman Pradhan of Nepal Police at the Special Court, Kathmandu on the charge of tampering with his educational credentials to enter the force.

JANAKPUR, July 8: Janakpur Appellate Court has issued an order to investigate the death of Rambibek Yadav.

KATHMANDU, June 21: An eight-year saga finally ended on Monday after a US court ruled in favor of NRB which will now be able to access the $ 1 million from its New York account that had been frozen in 2010.

CAIRO, June 22: An Egyptian court on Tuesday struck down an agreement to transfer two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia, delivering a rare rebuke to President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi's government over a decision that sparked the biggest street protests of his two-year rule.

MUMBAI, June 21:Bollywood actor Karisma Kapoor and her estranged husband, business tycoon Sunjay Kapur, ended their ugly divorce battle on Friday and signed on a settlement before the Supreme Court. The couple had earlier reached an amicable solution on the financial aspect of their matrimonial dispute.

CAIRO, June 19: An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced six people, including two Al-Jazeera employees, to death for allegedly passing documents related to national security to Qatar and the Doha-based TV network during the rule of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi.

CAIRO, June 18: An Egyptian court has sentenced six people, including two Al-Jazeera employees, to death for allegedly passing documents related to national security to Qatar and the Doha-based TV network during the rule of Islamist president Mohammed Morsi.

LONDON, June 18: The accused killer of British lawmaker Jo Cox has given his name as "Death to traitors, freedom for Britain" in his first court appearance.

KATHMANDU, June 16: The Supreme Court administration will be led by a registrar general in near future if the Supreme Court Act amendment bill, which is currently under consideration at Parliament, is passed by the House.