India's Supreme Court has ruled that the national anthem must be played in every cinema before a film is screened. Judges said the order should be enforced within 10 days and audiences must stand when the anthem is played.
A court in Oman on Monday ordered the permanent closure of a newspaper which had reported on alleged corruption within the judiciary, and jailed three of its journalists on charges that included undermining the prestige of the state.
A new Commercial Court to settle financial disputes is on the way in Bahrain, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication, adding that it will be separate from criminal and civil courts that already exist in the Diplomatic Area
An Egyptian court has sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison for operating without a press license and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry.
A Pakistani court on Thursday banned an Indian film about the 2008 Mumbai attacks in response to a petition filed by the man New Delhi accuses of masterminding the killing of 166 people over three days.
India's Supreme Court threw out on Tuesday (July 21) a last-minute appeal by Yakub Memon, the only person to be condemned to death for a series of bombings in Mumbai in 1993, clearing the way for his execution this month after two decades in
The parties involved in a dispute over a real estate development project in Bahrain have been urged to seek an out-of-court settlement so as not to harm the personal interests of owners, investors and the master developer.
Internet security expert Avira has won a court order in Europe against Freemium.com, a company funded by media giant ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG.
The court judgment allowed Avira’s antivirus software to continue to warn its cust
A court in in Bahrain has allowed owners of the controversial Kuwaiti Building to carry out maintenance, remodelling and repair work.
The High Administrative Court ordered the Manama Municipality to pay for their legal expenses, s
Access to Twitter and video-sharing website YouTube were blocked in Turkey on Monday following a court decision based on complaints from individuals, a source in Turkey's telecoms industry said.
Turkey temporarily blocked Twit