Supreme Court & Enrica Lexie

A supreme court is the highest court within the hierarchy of many legal jurisdictions. Enrica Lexie is an Italian Aframax oil-tanker involved in the shooting of two fisherman at Indian coast on 15 Feb 2012. ICGS Samar, ICGS Lakshmi Bhai, INS Kabra (T76) and one ICG Do-228 maritime surveillance aircraft were dispatched in pursuit of Enrica Lexie. 4.3/5

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KILLING OF TWO FISHERMAN CASE The sharply worded warning from Prime Minister Enrico Letta came as authorities in India announced that the Supreme Court would hold a hearing next week on whether to charge marines Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone under strict anti-piracy legislation. “Italy is not a terrorist country,” a statement from Letta’s office said, adding that any decision to try the two under anti-piracy legislation would be “absolutely unacceptable”. “It would bring about negative consequences in relations with Italy and the European Union, with equally negative repercussions on the global fight against piracy.” Italian marines The two marines, part of a military security team protecting the tanker Enrica Lexie from pirates, were accused of shooting the two fishermen after mistaking them for pirates off the southern Indian state of Kerala in February 2012. The case has embittered relations between Italy and India, with Letta’s government under growing pressure from opposit ...
Supreme Court on today asked the government to resolve all disputes arising out of the issue of invoking Suppression of Unlawful Acts against safety of Maritime Navigation And Fixed Platforms on Continental Shelf Act against two Italian marines in Enrica Lexie case within a week.  A bench headed by…
UPSC MAINS CURRENT AFFAIRS - 2013 INDO–ITALY RELATION - ERICA LEXIE ISSUE The ongoing diplomatic row between India and Italy escalated after Italy announced on March 11 this year that it will not return the accused marines to face a murder trial, reneging on Italy’s sovereign guarantee to the Supreme Court of India. This was followed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh accusing Rome of violating all diplomatic parameters and warning of consequences should the Italian government not abide by its promise to return the marines. The Supreme Court of India temporarily barred Italy’s Ambassador to India Daniele Mancini from leaving the country – a bar that lifted. Two marines of the San Marco Regiment, Salvatore Girone and Massimiliano Latorre, were part of a military detachment that was protecting the Italian oil tanker Enrica Lexie which was en route from Sri Lanka to Djibouti. Last February, they opened fire at two Indian fishermen some 20.5 nautical miles (37.96) kilometres) off the coast of Kerala, c ...
Italian Ship Still Held in Indian Port: Supreme Court sets terms for release of Italian ship 'Enrica Lexie' afte...
New Delhi: The Supreme Court Wednesday allowed the release of Italian ship M.V. Enrica Lexie, from which two...
Fishermen killing: SC allows Italian ship Enrica Lexie to leave: The Supreme Court today allowed the release of ...
NEWS: Suprime court allows release of Italian ship Enrica Lexie: New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday allow...
Flash News@ SC agrees to release Italian ship Enrica Lexie: The Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed the release o...
Just in: Supreme Court allows Italian ship Enrica Lexie to be released subject to certain conditions
The Supreme Court today sought the Italian government’s stand on a plea for release of its vessel Enrica Lexie whose two marines allegedly had shot dead two Indian fishermen, Jalastine and Binki, in February.
DH SC seeks Italian govt's stand on release of Enrica Lexie ship: The Supreme Court today sought the Italian go...
Supreme Court seeks Italian government's response on a plea by owner of Enrica Lexie ship for its release
Fishermen's killing; Centre 'defends' Italian sailors for killing 2 Kerala men. New Delhi: The Union government on Friday told the Supreme Court that the Kerala Police had no authority to detain the Italian ship 'Enrica Lexie'. Commenting on the Centre's statement in the Apex Court, Kerala chief minister Oommen Chandy said that he did not agree with the Union government's view. Earlier, Italy on Friday moved the Supreme Court to secure custody of its two naval guards arrested in Kerala for allegedly killing two Indian fishermen. The Italian guards were posted on cargo ship MV Enrica Lexie when they killed the two fishermen, mistaking them to be pirates. The Italian government in its petition moved through its ambassador in New Delhi urged the Apex Court to direct India to make over the custody of its two navy men, chief master Sergeant Massimilano Latorre and sergeant Salvatore Girone, to the Italian government. The petition said that the continued detention of the two Italian navy men by Kerala Police w ...
Supreme Court to hear Enrica Lexie plea: The Supreme Court will hear on Tuesday a special leave petition against...
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