Indian Power Co Wins Arbitration In Paris Court

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LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 19: A statue of the Scales of Justice stands above the Old Bailey on January 19, 2021 in London, England. Criminal watchdogs representing England and Wales have expressed concern over the backlog of cases, caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. Figures have revealed that the backlog of unheard cases in the crown courts has reached 54,000. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Kalpataru Power Transmission Limited (KPTL), an Indian company listed on India’s largest National Stock Exchange, has won an arbitration award against Rwanda Energy Group (REG) in a Paris Court. The…

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Italian Supreme Court Orders Compensation For Neighbours Over Noisy Toilet

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Piazza dei Tribunali where the Supreme Court is located in Rome, Italy. (Google Maps/Newsflash)

The Italian Supreme Court has ruled that neighbours who were disturbed by a noisy toilet for years must now be compensated by the lavatory's owner. The row over the noisy…

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Daughter Sues After Baroness With Dementia Leaves Estate Worth Millions To Her Lawyer

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The will of Baroness Luise von Feilitzsch, was written in 2016 to name her lawyer, former Bavarian Finance Minister Georg von Waldenfels, 76, her sole heir, excluding her daughter.

A 95-year-old German baroness cut her daughter out of her will and decided to give her estate worth millions to a lawyer - but her will has raised suspicions after…

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German Prison Has To Change All 600 Locks After Trainee Shared Pics Of Keys On Social Media

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Picture shows the JVA Heidering correctional facility in Germany's Berlin-Brandenburg metropolitan region

A prison trainee may have to pay tens of thousands for replacing the institution’s door locks after he sent out snaps of keys to pals on WhatsApp. The trainee, who…

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