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Swissco's judicial managers assessing five indicative bids

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

THE interim judicial managers of oil-and-gas services provider Swissco Holdings said on Tuesday it is assessing five indicative bids, and formal bids are expected by the second week of April. 53 more words

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hot dog

Greenwich Village Fair – “Hot Dogs” – June 1917
photograph: Library of Congress

The term hot dog denotes a sausage, especially a frankfurter, served hot in a long roll split lengthways… 988 more words

Etymology

EE.UU. dice que "El Chapo" está bien de salud y hasta aprende inglés en prisión

El Mundo

22 Mar 2017 – 4:59 PM

AFP

Los abogados de oficio de “El Chapo” habían reclamado el 13 de marzo una mejora en las estrictas condiciones de detención del excapo del cartel de Sinaloa, extraditado a Estados Unidos el 19 de enero. 757 more words

Mexico

SCOTUS nominee Gorsuch grilled by legion of lessers & UPDATE

Unanimously confirmed to serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals by the Senate in 2006

Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) is among the Democrats on the… 430 more words

Those Dems

Jeff Flake tried to fast track liberal on US Supreme Court

Taking an awkward stab at affability, Jeff Flake recently sent out this tweet referencing the upcoming hearings for Supreme Court nominee, federal appellate judge Neil Gorsuch. 369 more words

Those Dems

LIBERALS’ DICTATORSHIP OF MINORITIES MORPHS INTO JUDICIAL ABUSE

ONE YEAR AGO TODAY… AND 20 YEARS AGO

 

I published this editorial about the “liberals'” intolerance and abuse of law:

 

LIBERALS’ DICTATORSHIP OF MINORITIES

Now I can retitle it to: LIBERALS’ DICTATORSHIP OF MINORITIES MORPHS INTO JUDICIAL ABUSE… 624 more words

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Diary of a Judicial Officer - II

Circa 1999, Pune:

Twas a hot balmy day. I was presiding over a Court with over 20,000 criminal cases pending. It was housed in a British colonial structure with tall domes and extra spacious halls with a wide open corridor running along the entire structure outside the Court rooms. 809 more words

Diary