The musical power couple received the LGBTQ advocacy group's Vanguard Award on Thursday during its 30th annual media awards ceremony in Beverly Hills, California. The group says the award honors "allies who have made a significant difference in promoting acceptance of LGBTQ people." raquo; Jay Z to receive special honor at NAACP Image Awards
Comment Facebook Twitter Reddit Email More Share this storySecret recording of Wernick by Jody Wilson Raybould backs interference allegations in SNC Lavalin scandal Tumblr Pinterest Google LinkedIn OTTAWA mdash; A trove of detailed evidence documenting Jody Wilson Raybould 's final days as justice minister and attorney general mdash; including a secretly recorded phone call with then Privy Council Clerk Michael Wernick mdash; has reinforced her claim that government officials attempted to interfere in the prosecution of SNC Lavalin and undermined the accounts of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and some of his top aides.The evidence, submitted to the House of Commons justice committee Tuesday and made public Friday, shows that Wilson Raybould repeatedly warned top officials working for Trudeau that they were attempting to politically interfere in a criminal prosecution, violating a constitutional principle.
Each of the 5.3 million profiles that were contained on the server in question includes the user nicknames, dates of birth, ethnicity, sexual orientation and preferences, height, weight, and general interests. For many of these profiles, there 's also precise geolocation data (depending on the account settings), and their private ”moments ”, or status updates. As Gevers told TechCrunch, which was the first to receive the tip: ”The privacy of five plus million LGBTQ people face a lot of social challenges in China because there are no laws protecting them from discrimination. This data leak that has been open for years makes it even more damaging for the people involved who were exposed. ”Homosexuality in China has been rendered legal in 1997 and declassified as a mental illness in 2001, but LGBT protection laws have not been established in the country yet. Same sex couples cannot seek legal protection against discrimination, cannot marry, and don 't have the right to adopt children. With the anti discrimination provisions missing from the Chinese Constitution, the people who had their profiles leaked are now facing a host of problems, from risking their employment to bullying, getting banned from personal expression platforms, and even not being permitted to blood donation and reception anymore.
In 2015 the High Court ruled that the group, the National Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (NGLHRC), could register with Kenya;s NGO board with the words ;gay; and ;lesbian; in its name, but the Coordination board appealed this decision, arguing the organization was ;unacceptable,; and that it could not register it because Kenya;s penal code ;criminalizes gay and lesbian liaisons.;Three judges out of five on the Court of Appeal in Mombasa ruled in favor of the organization. Judge Philip Waki said that the penal code does not criminalize the LGBT 's ability to form a group and that they have a constitutional right to freedom of association.
The film should get Election Commission (EC) approval for the release, Censor Board is citing this reason to give clearance. But the job of Censor Board is to clear or suggest cuts for the objectionable content, it should not worry whether the producer gets EC s approval or not.CBFC is assuming the jurisdiction of Election Commission which is not vested in it and is withholding certification of #LakshmisNTR and constitutionally it cannot partake the role of Election Commission, RGV posted on Twitter. Censor board is illegally acting on outside pressure and that s why we are filing a case in court.
gt; gt; Read more trending news The incident happened in Layton, a town in northern Utah, when the boy, who was playing in his backyard, reached through the neighbor 's chain link fence to pet a husky, according to KUTV.
Court documents filed Thursday suggest James Hart Stern wants to use his new position as director and president of the National Socialist Movement to undermine the Detroit based group's defense against a lawsuit.The NSM is one of several extremist groups sued over bloodshed at a 2017 white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Stern's filing asks a federal court in Virginia to issue a judgment against the group before one of the lawsuits goes to trial.
(NBC) The nation;s male only draft is ruled unconstitutional.A federal judge in Texas declared Friday that the U.S. Military Selective Service System is unconstitutional because ti requires men to register for the draft but not women.
The challenge was brought by a group known as National Coalition for Men. The Selective Service System had argued that the case was controlled by a 1981 Supreme Court ruling, Rostker v. Goldberg, that said women could be excluded from the draft because they were not ;similarly situated; with men for draft purposes. That decision highlighted the fact that women could not serve in combat.Judge Miller did not, however, issue an injunction against the federal policy. A National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service has been studying issue.
Senior Airman Clare Slater aiming M9 gun, in line with her colleagues, Gowen Field, Boise, Idaho. (Photo by Smith Collection Gado Getty Images)
The Houston judge sided with a San Diego men's advocacy group that challenged the government's practice of having only men sign up for the draft, citing sex discrimination in violation of the Fifth Amendment's equal protection clause."This case balances on the tension between the constitutionally enshrined power of Congress to raise armies and the constitutional mandate that no person be denied the equal protection of the law," wrote U.S. District Judge Gray Miller of the Southern District of Texas.
The PIL has been filed by advocate Harinath Ram through his lawyer Shashank Deo Sudhi, and has sought a direction from the apex court that contempt of court proceedings should be initiated against Kejriwal and Sanjay Singh. "Both of them are legally obligated to uphold Constitutional integrity and respect to the Constitutional institutions being created by the Constitution itself. However, both of them had made a vituperative and scandalous statement alleging the highest court as biased and passing political judgment and favouring the central government, " reads the PIL, filed in the apex court on Saturday.
Srinagar, Feb 23 (PTI) Nearly 150 people, mainly from the Jamaat e Islami Jammu and Kashmir, were detained during the intervening night of Friday and Saturday as tension gripped the Valley ahead of a hearing by the Supreme Court on Article 35A of the Constitution.Jamaat chief Abdul Hamid Fayaz was among those picked up by the police.
Dalton police have a warrant for the arrest of Morgan Kinder, 26, in a case related to her late husband, spokesman Bruce Frazier said Wednesday. The charges are related to an investigation that began earlier this month, when authorities found dozens of animals in ”deplorable conditions ” in a home in the 800 block of Mattie Street.
HC asks state govt If SEBC, OBC are one, what was the need to create separate category for Maratha quota Maratha quota HC to state: Won t go by political view, will go by constitutionality Maratha quota: State to begin arguments on reservation before Bombay HC soon Advocate Pradeep Sancheti, on Thursday, had told the court that the agencies had conducted the survey only on 43,000 families, covering two lakh people. (File) The petitioners opposing 16 per cent reservation for Marathas in government jobs and educational institutions, Friday told the Bombay High Court that at least three of the five agencies, whose survey report formed the basis for granting quota to the community, were politically connected and did not possess the requisite past experience to carry out the survey.In the submission, made before a bench of Justices Ranjit More and Bharati Dangre, advocate Pradeep Sancheti, lawyer for Sanjeet Shukla, who is one of the petitioners in the case, said five agencies were appointed by the State Backward Class Commission to conduct the survey on the educational and economic backwardness of Maratha community in western Maharashtra, Konkan, Marathwada, Vidarbha and north Maharashtra.
President Donald Trump on Friday declared a national emergency in a bid to fund his promised wall at the U.S. Mexico border without congressional approval, an action Democrats vowed to challenge as a violation of the U.S. Constitution.
A court is to continue hearing constitutional proceedings filed by the three alleged suspects behind the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia who are claiming that their arrest and searches had breached their rights.