Google wins fight with US govt over gender pay gap data

Google appears to have emerged mostly triumphant in its fight with the Department of Labor over supplying pay gap data. An administrative law judge has ruled that the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs overstepped its boundaries by asking for as much data as it did when trying to

Venezuela holds unofficial referendum on constitutional rewrite

The Venezuela government’s opposition opened polls Sunday over President Nicolas Maduro’s call to rewrite the constitution . Many have accused Maduro’s plan to be undemocratic and a way to suppress the months of anti-government protests against his presidency. Maduro states  that the new assembly which would elect 527 members

Judge postpones decision on Toshiba flash memory sale

A judge for the Superior Court of California postponed a decision Friday for injunctive relief to block Toshiba Corporation from selling its flash memory business in an attempt to relieve losses from the nuclear reactor business. As per a joint venture with Western Digital which helps finance equipment

Parajuli to be Nepal’ new SC Chief Justice

The name of acting Chief Justice Gopal Prasad Parajuli was unanimously endorsed on Sunday by the Parliamentary Hearing Special Committee (PHSC) for the post of Nepal’s Supreme Court Chief Justice. Parajuli was summoned by the PHSC at its meeting today to conduct the hearing. Nepal’s President Bidhya Devi Bhandari will now

SC to hear today case involving Manipur CM’s son

The Supreme Court on Monday will hear the plea filed by Irom Chitra Devi, seeking protection to her family after her son, Irom Roger, was allegedly killed in 2011 in a road rage case by Ajay Meetai, the son of present Manipur Chief Minister, N Biren Singh. Irom Chitra Devi had

SC to hear Maken’s PIL on advertisements by Delhi Government

The Supreme Court on Monday will hear a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by senor Congress leader Ajay Maken, who has accused the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government of violating the advertisement guidelines and sought action against the party. Earlier on May 8, the Delhi High Court issued notices to Lieutenant

HC to hear plea of duo jailed on Delhi Speaker’s order

The Delhi High Court will on Monday hear a plea of two men who are in jail on Delhi Speaker’s order. Both of them have challenged Delhi Assembly’s Speaker’s order to send them to jail for throwing pamphlets and sloganeering in the house during a session. The Delhi High