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A giant corporation tried to ruin our family business, so I fought back
I'd wake in the middle of the night, my heart racing and the bed soaked in sweat. At a low point, after yet another court hearing, my dad admitted he was ready to throw in the towel.
Animal lover loses fight with brother who ‘wants to sell family farm to game shooter’
David Martin wanted to 'rewild' the farm and created a sanctuary for bats, birds and butterflies.
India’s top court asks the government to review the internet curbs imposed in Kashmir
"Sec. 144 can't be used to suppress dissent."
Wife who went on £16,000,000 Harrods spending spree in bid to overturn court order
The court ordered the seizure of her £11,500,000 Knightsbridge pad
‘Unwanted’ son sues family after being left out of dad’s £2,400,000 will
The judge found it 'remarkable, and somewhat inexplicable, that a man should treat his son in this way',
US Judge Orders UK Court to Depose Telegram’s Advisor About Token Sale
U.S. District Court Judge P. Kevin Castel in New York signed an order to Britain's High Court to depose John Hyman, Telegram's chief investment officer.
Travellers in showdown over ‘racist’ council order keeping them off open land
They say it would have 'major implications' for their 'centuries-old way of life'.
Man loses appeal after family court judge rules he raped woman on date
He was previously questioned by police and not charged any criminal offence.
A timeline: The Mexican standoff in Andhra Pradesh, India’s renewable energy badland
Chief minister Jaganmohan Reddy's gambit.
Delingpole -- Watch: Ex-Cop Harry Miller Sues Police over 'Transphobic' 'Non-Crime Hate Incident'
Three cheers for Harry Miller who has been fighting for free speech in the London High Court this week against the increasingly censorious, oppressive, and petty-minded British police over a
The Indian telecom sector just got a call from hell
September quarter was a washout for Airtel, and Vodafone Idea.
Three charts that explain why India’s courts have an enormous backlog of cases
What's delaying justice?
Some Indian states will take over 200 years to make a third of their police forces female
In four high courts, there are no woman judges at all.
It’s a gloomy Diwali this year for millions of public sector employees in India
Staff of BSNL and MTNL have it the worst.
High Court hearing to stop LGBT lesson protests outside primary school begins
Anti-equality protests are 'the opposite of what education is about. It's the opposite of what this country is about'
Parents of brain-damaged Tafida Raqeeb could face yet another legal battle
The parents of Tafida Raqeeb, 5, must wait and see whether the hospital currently providing life-support will seek to overturn a decision allowing her transfer to Italy.
‘McMafia’ wife who blew £16,000,000 at Harrods avoids extradition to Azerbaijan
Judges said sending her back would be against her human rights.
Daughter ‘lied to elderly mum to grab £1,000,000 home’, say brothers
Lawyers for the Rita Rea argue her mother felt 'abandoned' by her sons in old age.
Boris Johnson’s decision to prorogue Parliament ‘not a matter for the courts’
The judges made clear that the decision of the Prime Minister to prorogue Parliament, which is the longest suspension since 1945, was ‘purely political’.
Boris Johnson’s plan to suspend parliament faces battle at High Court
Former Tory prime minister Sir John Major has backed the challenge.