TDSAT upholds dual spectrum policy to RCom Anil Ambani's GSM Services hopes can now sprint ahead as one more legal hurdle has been cleared after the telecom tribunal TDSAT dismissed a petition filed by GSM operators challenging the government's decision to allow Reliance Communications and Tata Teleservices to offer GSM services.
Man Upholds His Constitutional Rights! Allowed to Pass TSA Without Backscatter or Groping! 2_2.mp4 Part 1/2 Here: When Matt Kernan re-entered the United States last weekend he was greeted by TSA backscatter machines and the option to receive a pat-down. All individuals, whether citizens or foreigners are required to be screened before they enter US soil, even if they had been screened at their originating airport. In Kernan's case, he refused to be backscatter scanned for health reasons and informed TSA officials that if he was intrusively patted down he would consider the action assault and would subsequently file charges against TSA personnel. Like John "Don't Touch My Junk" Tyner, Mr. Kernan recorded the engagement on his iPhone after advising TSA and the police department that he would do so. We often asks how do we effect change in America? We start at the individual. We do what John Tyner and Matt Kernan did and exercise our Constitutionally protected rights - in this case, the 4th Amendment (and arguably, a host of others). Edmund Burke once said that "all that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." We are not implying that TSA screeners and technicians are evil, in fact, it's just the opposite in this case. They work for a system that many consider as such because of its clear violations of the fundamental rule of law on which our country was founded. Here, TSA officials could have been evil, but they weren't. They could have put Mr. Kernan in a secure room, stripped him of his belongings, cleared his iPhones memory ...
Man Upholds His Constitutional Rights! Allowed to Pass TSA Without Backscatter or Groping! 1_2.mp4 When Matt Kernan re-entered the United States last weekend he was greeted by TSA backscatter machines and the option to receive a pat-down. All individuals, whether citizens or foreigners are required to be screened before they enter US soil, even if they had been screened at their originating airport. In Kernan's case, he refused to be backscatter scanned for health reasons and informed TSA officials that if he was intrusively patted down he would consider the action assault and would subsequently file charges against TSA personnel. Like John "Don't Touch My Junk" Tyner, Mr. Kernan recorded the engagement on his iPhone after advising TSA and the police department that he would do so. We often asks how do we effect change in America? We start at the individual. We do what John Tyner and Matt Kernan did and exercise our Constitutionally protected rights - in this case, the 4th Amendment (and arguably, a host of others). Edmund Burke once said that "all that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." We are not implying that TSA screeners and technicians are evil, in fact, it's just the opposite in this case. They work for a system that many consider as such because of its clear violations of the fundamental rule of law on which our country was founded. Here, TSA officials could have been evil, but they weren't. They could have put Mr. Kernan in a secure room, stripped him of his belongings, cleared his iPhones memory card and ...
Canada Upholds Principle at UN Human Rights Council Canada was the only one out of 47 members of the UN Human Rights Council to protest a package of new procedures that dropped Belarus and Cuba from a blacklist while subjecting Israel to permanent indictment. The Council declared a "consensus" agreement despite Canada's protests, and refused to let Canada vote on the package. This video from the June 19, 2007 debate shows Canada's principled objection and the strictly procedural vote that effectively declared the agreement to have been won by "consensus."
Supreme Court upholds 2nd Amendment... Barely!!!
Appeals Court Upholds Russell Conviction An appellate court has upheld Fred Russell's conviction in a deadly 2001 collision on the Moscow-Pullman Road that killed three Washington State University students. KXLY4's Erik Loney reports.
Gaza child upholds potter tradition A six-year-old boy has attracted much attention in Gaza by being the youngest potter in the area. He started learning when he was four and spends most of his school holidays working on the potter's wheel. Nicole Johnston reports on young Mahmoud, who is determined to carry on his family's craft tradition.
Ohio's Supreme Court Upholds Preemption, Shoots Down Cleveland's Hopes of More Useless Gun Laws Cam Edwards talks to Derek DeBrosse, General Counsel, Ohioans for Concealed Carry - NRA News - December 29, 2010 -
Jessica Lall Case: SC Upholds Lifer For Manu Sharma The Supreme Court on Monday upheld the conviction and life imprisonment awarded to Manu Sharma, son of senior Congress leader and former Union Minister Venod Sharma, in the 1999 Jessica Lall murder case.
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Fiat-Supreme Court Upholds No-Knock Police Search Policy Wicked judges, who call themselves 'Supreme' as if they're supreme-beings: support & permit the 'no-knock police search policy' to be enforced, nationwide. So those so-called 'Supreme-beings' went to Court and made it easier for police to barge into homes and seize evidence without knocking or waiting. Watch as NBC's Pete Williams goes over the details of this issue: No-Knock Police Searches. ------------------------------------ It should be obvious to all of us that the 'no-knock policy' is really an unconstitutional-policy. This man is one of many victims of the Zionists/***s, who implement ridiculous laws to fight the war on our civil-liberties. Get armed. Protect your loved ones. Put a gate around your property, and don't permit the US Government to access & destroy your property without at least fighting for your freedom. Don't be another victim of foolish police-officers, who serve the world-government & enforce unfair laws. Tracy Ingle's story Tracy is yet another innocent victim of no-knock warrants and the so-called war on drugs. Please read his story below and take a look at the limited press coverage of the incident. Everyone in America needs to hear about this. Press Coverage on his story: - Tracy Ingle- Another Drug War Outrage Information About that Incident: Tracy Ingle was asleep in his house when armed police using a no-knock warrant burst in. Unsure about what was happening, he ...
State appeals court upholds Gomez conviction The Washington state Court of Appeals has upheld a homicide by abuse conviction for Maribel Gomez of Ephrata.
'Upholds democratic principles' Home Minister P Chidambaram today (April 15) expressed happiness over the Supreme Court decision to grant bail to rights activist Binayak Sen, who had been convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment for sedition by a Chhattisgarh court.
Tea Party Sen. Believes Supreme Court Upholds Health Care Ruling Tea Party Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) spoke with CBS News senior political producer Jill Jackson about a Florida judge's ruling that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional as well as his proposed balanced budget amendment.
NEWSHOUR WITH JIM LEHRER | High Court Upholds ID Law | PBS The Supreme Court upholds one the nation's strictest voter ID laws in Indiana. The National Law Journals Marcia Coyle explains the decision and its implications.
Bulletin # 2 - Jessica case: SC upholds M*** life term April 19 '10 Pronouncing its verdict in Jessica Lall murder case, the Supreme Court upheld the life sentence to Manu Sharma. A look at the top news stories at 12:00 pm IST on Apr. 19,'10. For more news and ***ysis, log on to
Tribal woman upholds Gandhian ideals As politicians go chasing for Gujarat's 15 per cent tribal vote, NDTV met a tribal woman who shattered the myth of the backward exploited tribal. Dashriben Chowdhary is a Gandhian footsolider who even today keeps the sprit of the Mahatma alive. She follows in Gandhi's footsteps even today. Eighty-nine-years old now, Dashriben's has been a life of Khadi.
SC disqualifies Sharif brothers, upholds LHC verdict The Supreme Court of Pakistan in a short order on Wednesday upholding the decision of the Lahore High Court disqualified Sharif brothers from contesting election for any public office and quashed the notification of Election Commission, electing Mian Shahbaz Sharif as Chief Minister of Punjab. A three‑member bench of the Supreme Court comprises Justice Muhammad Moosa K. Leghari, Justice Syed Sakhi Hussain Bukhari and Justice Sheikh Hakim Ali was hearing a set of pleas pertaining to electoral eligibility of Sharifs and an application seeking formation of a larger bench consisting of the deposed judges of the apex court. All the petitions stands dismissed except an appeal filed by Syed Khuraam Shah, Justice Moosa K Leghari who was heading the bench said in a short order. On June 23, 2008, a full bench of the Lahore High Court disqualified PML‑N Chief Mian Nawaz Sharif from contesting election. However, the court had conditionally allowed PML‑N President Mian Shahbaz Sharif to hold office of Chief Executive of the province. Similarly on June 26, 2008, the Supreme Court had stayed the by‑election in NA‑123 Lahore till final decision of the Supreme Court on the governments petitions against the LHC order. The court had also restrained the election tribunal to adjudicate upon the plea seeking disqualification of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, until the case was pending before the apex court. Syed Khurram Shah, a rival candidate of PML‑N president Shahbaz Sharif had filed ...
Judge upholds closing of home A Rush County judge has made the closing of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Children's Home in Knightstown official. Tuesday afternoon the judge upheld the state's decision to shut down the home. The children's home attorney, Everett Powell, is hoping to file an appeal.
Nepal SC upholds life term for 'bikini killer' Nepal's Supreme Court rejected 'bikini killer' Charles Sobhraj's appeal against conviction and upheld the life term awarded to the wily Indian-origin criminal by lower courts.
Egypt court upholds ban on veils in exams - 3 Jan 10 A court in Egypt has ruled in favour of the government's decision to ban students from wearing the face veil (niqab) while taking university examinations. But female students who had appealed the ban when it was originally imposed by the government last October have vowed to appeal the verdict. The students said the ban on niqab infringed on their religious rights.
Supreme Court Upholds Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Rep. Steve King applauds the two recent Supreme Court appointments and the Court's decision to uphold the Partial-Birth abortion ban.
Bulletin # 1 - Jessica case: SC upholds Manu`s life term April 19 '10 Pronouncing its verdict in Jessica Lall murder case, the Supreme Court upheld the life sentence to Manu Sharma. A look at the top news stories at 06:00 am IST on Apr. 19,'10. For more news and ***ysis, log on to
DC Circuit Upholds 2nd Amendment The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down a handgun ban imposed by the District of Columbia.
Russia upholds death penalty ban The ban on the death penalty in Russia will continue - even after a moratorium on it ends on the first of January. That's the ruling made by Russia's Constitutional Court within the last couple of hours.
Supreme Court upholds Yates death sentence In a majority opinion the Washington State Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from Spokane Serial Killer Robert Yates and upheld his death sentence for the murders of two women in Pierce County in the late 1990s.
Bangladeshi High Court Upholds Removal of Nobel Prize Winner as Bank Head For more news visit ☛ or Follow us on Twitter ☛ http The Bangladeshi High Court has upheld an order to remove Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammed Yunus from his position as the head of Grameen Bank since he was beyond legal retirement age. Yunus's supporters protested the decision on the streets of Dhaka. A Bangladeshi court on Tuesday upheld an order removing Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus as head of the micro-lending bank he founded. It's a move his allies say was prompted by a government vendetta over Yunus's political ambitions. 70-year-old Yunus was removed as head of Grameen Bank last week by the central bank on government orders, saying he had stayed on past the legal retirement age of 60. The High Court upheld the original order, saying it was illegal to serve as the bank's managing director beyond age 60. After the verdict, about 200 Grameen Bank employees and borrowers staged a peaceful protest outside the bank building. [Christina Yaga, Grameen Bank Employee]: "I feel there is no reason to remove him as the managing director of the Grameen bank." Grameen Bank said in a statement, that Tuesday's court decision was disappointing, adding that it would consult with its lawyers to consider what to do next. Action against Yunus coincides with increasing criticism of micro-lending in developing countries, including neighboring India, with officials accusing bankers of exploiting the poor. Yunus has said he wants to step down from his ...
Ofcom upholds my Christian TV complaint My complaint to Ofcom about the anti-gay nature of christian TV station 'Revelation TV' is upheld thanks to evidence accidently provided by the homophobic bishop Michael Reid. In this video I talk about how Reid mistakenly believes that the National Union of Teachers are going to 'promote' homo***uality to 3 year olds (they aren't), that the school books set includes 'gay ***ographic' book Strange Boy by Paul Magrs (it isn't remotely ***ographic and the 'gayness' of the central character isn't even a major part of the story), and that Wellcome Trust has issued a report that only 0.3% of households are gay couples (no such report can be found and anyway 0.3% is more likely to equate to people who have 'married' - 30000 couples tp date since civil partnerships were legalised). And how did I prove that Revelation TV was not offering balanced comment as required by the UK's broadcast law? The evidence was laid in front of me on YouTube by the bigotted homphobic bishop Michael Reid, a pompous and nasty person seeking to undermine my lifestye and relationship!
US artist upholds blasphemy as artform Dana Ellyn upholds blasphemy as an artform. In her work, the painter confirms her lack of religious beliefs by poking fun at those of Jews, Christians and social Puritans. In deeply religious America, her message is not universally popular, and hate emails pour in by the hundreds for each exhibition.Duration: 01:56
Hong Kong Court Ruling Upholds Rights for Shen Yun For more news and videos visit ☛ or Follow us on Twitter ☛ http The Hong Kong high court has over turned a decision that prevented a performing arts company's visit to the region in January last year. The Chinese communist regime was widely believed to have pressured...
Montana Supreme Court Upholds Right to Aid in Dying HELENA, MT Montana physicians, terminally-ill patients and Compassion & Choices, the nations largest and oldest nonprofit organization working to improve care and expand choice at the end of life, today hailed the Montana Supreme Courts ruling that terminally ill Montanans have the right to choose aid in dying under state law. There is no further appeal from this decision, as the Montana Supreme Court is the highest court available to decide State issues. Learn more at
Mexican Supreme Court Upholds Gay Marriage law. MEXICO CITY | Thu Aug 5, 2010 6:57pm EDT MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's supreme court on Thursday upheld a landmark law that allows gay marriage in the capital city, bucking a challenge raised by the conservative government of President Felipe Calderon. This year, Mexico City became the first capital in mainly Catholic Latin America to pass a law allowing gay couples the same marriage and adoption rights as hetero***uals. But Calderon's government and his right-wing National Action Party, or PAN, argued the law was unconstitutional on grounds it would be destructive to families. The powerful Catholic hierarchy in Mexico calls gay marriage immoral. While the supreme court decided gay marriage was constitutional, it will review the adoption clause on Monday. "Those of us who are in favor of this (law) are in favor of diversity and tolerance," Supreme Court Justice Arturo Zaldivar said during the court's deliberations. "Our constitution does not establish a concept of marriage," he said. Since the law was passed, more than 300 same-*** couples have tied the knot, the majority of them men. Activists see the law as part of a sea change in attitudes on homo***uality in much of traditionally macho Latin America. Argentina this year passed a law allowing gay marriage nationwide, the first such measure in the region. Neighboring Uruguay allows same-*** couples to adopt under civil unions, but not to marry. Mexico City's bill was pushed through by leftist Mayor Marcelo Ebrard ...
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Supreme Court upholds damage awards for Charter Rights breaches In 2002, Vancouver lawyer Alan Cameron Ward was arrested and strip-searched after police mistakenly believed he intended to throw a pie at then-Prime Minister Jean Chretien. Ward sued the city and provincial governments. The trial judge ruled that the city and province violated Ward's charter right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure. After a lengthy appeals process by the governments, the case went to the Supreme Court of Canada. On July 23, 2010 -- about eight years after the initial incident occurred -- the Supreme Court ruled that Canadians can receive monetary damages when their Charter Rights are violated, even if there has been no misconduct by authorities. Victoria-based personal injury lawyer Erik Magraken is a partner at The MacIsaac Group. He explains how Ward v. British Columbia will affect the public. Erik Magraken: What the Ward case does is it creates a new type of lawsuit: it permits people to sue the government and be awarded financial damages for constitutional wrongs. That's something that's unique. There's nothing new about being able to sue the government, but being awarded money simply for having your Charter rights violated is what's new. What it means is that there's a new avenue for people who've had their Charter rights breeched; there's a new recovery for them. It also means that the government has more incentive to take peoples' Charter rights seriously because it could hit them in the pocketbook. In the ruling, Chief Justice ...
Court upholds verdict against Total French court holds oil company responsible for 1999 oil spil off Brittany.
Court upholds woman's right not to tell father about baby - Fathers' Rights Description of the decision by the courts in the UK to uphold the woman's right not to tell father about their baby.FIND OUT MORE! - evenToddlers - SUBJECT PLAYLIST Representing Yourself in UK Courts and Fathers' Rights Helping fathers sustain a relationship with their child or children through the courts - The 'joke' is that fathers do not have any rights in UK courts. URL: Child Psychology and UK Fathers' Rights What is the research basis for decisions taken in family proceedings in UK courts. How does the attachment theory apply and is the concept of 'maternal deprivation' relevant? URL: Shared Parenting and UK Fathers' Rights What is the research evidence for UK courts treating both parents with parity of esteem in the eyes of their children? URL: Domestic Violence and UK Fathers' Rights What is the research evidence, if any, for domestic violence against males? URL: Mediation and UK Fathers' Rights If mediation does not work why is it so popular in UK courts? URL: CAFCASS and UK Fathers' Rights CAFCASS Officers make recommendations to UK court about children in family proceedings. But how do they operate? URL: Parental Alienation Syndrome PAS - UK Fathers' Rights What is Parental Alienation Syndrome and why is it not recognised in UK courts? URL: Baby 'P' - UK Social Services and Child Protection What guidelines do Social Services in the UK adopt to protect ...
Egypt court upholds niqab ban An Egyptian court has upheld a ruling by the education ministry to ban women from wearing the full face veil in university examination halls.Duration: 00:36
Court upholds death sentence of Mujib's killers The Bangladesh Supreme Court has upheld a sentence handed out by the lower court to the assassins of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
SC upholds Muslim quota in Andhra The Supreme Court has given a go-ahead to the Andhra Pradesh government for implementing four per cent reservation in jobs and education for economically-backward Muslims.
Court upholds Mao's Election as DP Pesident The High Court in Kampala upheld the election of Democratic Party President Norbert Mao and his Executive Committee and dismissed an appeal filed by a faction in DP which has been contesting the polls.
Maryland: Court upholds state's gun laws Ginny Simone talks to Attorney Steve Halbrook - NRA News - January 6, 2011 -
Former UN official Denis Halliday upholds US government version of 9/11 Former UN official Denis Halliday and prominent anti-war activists ran for the hills after being questioned about the possiblity of another false-flag terror event to be used to justify an attack on Iran