Tahawwur Rana

Pakistani-origin Tahawwur Rana, a Canadian businessman, has filed a writ of habeas corpus appealing a recent US court judgement that cleared the way for his extradition to India, where he faces trial for his role in the 2008 Mumbai terror attack.Last month, the US District Court for the Central District of California granted Rana’s extradition to India. Rana, 62, opposed the Government of India’s extradition by filing a Writ of Habeas Corpus through his counsel. Rana’s extradition would violate the US-India extradition pact in two ways, according to his lawyers.

Prince Harry

The publisher of the Daily Mirror will face Prince Harry in a London courtroom this week in his struggle with the British press. The Duke of Sussex will testify in the High Court after his counsel makes opening comments in the first of his legal proceedings to go to trial on Monday. It’s one of three claims that tabloids illegally snooped on the prince in their fierce battle for royal family stories. Harry will be the first member of the British royal family to testify in court in more than a century, and he is anticipated to detail his grief...

Elon Musk

Elon Musk has restored his status as the world’s richest person, dethroning Bernard Arnault, the CEO of luxury goods conglomerate LVMH. His net worth has increased by $55.3 billion (£44.44 billion) since January to $192 billion, thanks to a spike in the value of his electric car company Tesla. According to Bloomberg’s Billionaires Index, Mr Arnault’s fortune has dropped by $24.5 billion to $187 billion. In third and fourth place, respectively, are Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates. Mr Arnault, 74, surpassed Mr Musk, 51, on the rich list in December when LVMH shares surged as demand for luxury goods recovered.

Rishi Sunak

According to a UK media report on Saturday, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is proposing creating a worldwide artificial intelligence (AI) authority based in London to monitor potential hazards posed by the quickly developing technology.The Times reports that when Mr. Sunak visits US President Joe Biden at the White House next week, they will talk about how to work together on overseeing AI. The establishment of a global AI authority in London, styled by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which has its headquarters in Vienna, is one of the concepts being discussed in Downing Street.

Prince Harry

Next week, Prince Harry will give testimony in his case against a media group he claims engaged in illegal activities, making him the first senior British royal to do so in 130 years.In connection with the lawsuit he and more than 100 other well-known individuals have filed against Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN), the company that publishes the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror, and Sunday People, Harry, the younger son of King Charles, will testify in court in London. Since Edward VII testified as a witness in a divorce case in part in 1870 and in a slander trial involving a card...

Rishi Sunak

The UK’s Covid-19 inquiry requested access to former prime minister Boris Johnson’s WhatsApp communications and pandemic diaries, but Rishi Sunak’s administration refused. This sparked a legal spat that might fuel allegations of a cover-up.On Thursday, the Cabinet Office said that it would seek a judicial review of Heather Hallett’s request for the unredacted records. Hallett is the retired judge who was selected by the government to head the investigation. Tuesday is the day of the preliminary hearing, according to an email from a spokeswoman for the investigation.

Rishi Sunak

Since moving into No. 10 Downing St. in October of last year, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has been plagued by the ghosts of his predecessors, Liz Truss and Boris Johnson, who were both ousted following disastrous forays into trickle-down economics and serial scandals, respectively. Sunak’s administration has until Thursday afternoon to deliver over Johnson’s Covid-era text messages, diaries, and notebooks to a committee looking at Britain’s response to the pandemic. It is the most recent installment in what seems to be an endless reckoning with Johnson’s disorganised tenure.

Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani

This month, the Qatari prime minister met in secret with the Taliban supreme leader to discuss easing tension with the outside world, according to a source briefed on the conversation. This encounter appeared to indicate a new openness on the part of the Afghan government to talk about methods to break their isolation. The meeting between Haibatullah Akhunzada and Qatari Prime Minister Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani on May 12 in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar is the first one the reclusive Taliban leader is known to have had with a foreign leader.

Vladimir Putin

According to local media, the South African government has granted diplomatic immunity to every foreign participant in BRICS-related events taking place in the nation, including Russian President Vladimir Putin and senior Russian officials. The privileges and immunities under the United Nations Convention provide protection from personal detention or arrest.

Lionel Messi

The likelihood of Lionel Messi making his fanciful comeback to FC Barcelona has been significantly diminished by rumours that the Argentine star wants to decide on his future quickly. As of right now, the Catalan club hasn’t made a formal offer to Messi since they haven’t heard back from La Liga regarding their alleged “viability plan.” In essence, the strategy details Barcelona’s suggested actions to adhere to Financial Fair Play standards and sign the FIFA World Cup champion at the same time. Barcelona is required to carry out the suggested actions even if the plan is approved.