judicial inquiry

See: inquest
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In the house in which the judicial inquiry was made," continued the impassive cardinal, "there lodges, I believe, a young Bearnais, a friend of the Musketeer.
On November 2, the Sindh information minister Nisar Ahmed Khuhro had announced that judicial inquiry will be conducted into the tragic accident that took place in Khairpur on the Election Day and expressed his optimism that truth would come before the people.
KARACHI -- Sindh Minister for Information and Education Minister Nisar Khuhro has said that the Sindh government has decided to conduct a judicial inquiry into Daraza Sharif incident which claimed 12 lives on polling day.
Presiding over a meeting in Lahore in this regard on Sunday, he said a letter will be written to Chief Justice Lahore High Court for a judicial inquiry into the matter.
THE First Minister has backed calls for a judicial inquiry into the possibility of British involvement in the torture or rendition of terror suspects.
THE Government is facing mounting cross-party calls for a new judicial inquiry into allegations of British involvement in the torture of terror suspects following the exposure of brutal CIA interrogation methods.
Finance Minister Ishaq Dar stated the government's position a day after the PTI chairman demanded that officials of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and Military Intelligence (MI) be involved in the proposed judicial inquiry.
His comments came after a report by Mark Ellison QC found that an undercover officer was a "spy" working within the "Lawrence family camp" during the judicial inquiry led by Sir William Macpherson into the failings surrounding the murder investigation.
THE leader of Northern Ireland's devolved government Peter Robinson has threatened to quit unless a judicial inquiry is ordered into the collapse of the Hyde Park bomb trial.
Shinde urged Kejriwal to have patience as Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung has assured judicial inquiry into the matter.
STARING at a complete washout of the monsoon session of Parliament, the government appears to have caved in to Samajwadi Party ( SP) chief Mulayam Singh Yadav's demand for a judicial inquiry into the controversial allocation of coal blocks.
But Treasury Commercial Secretary Lord Sassoon said Mr Tyrie's investigation had been given a "very wide remit" and argued a judicial inquiry would cause delay and be very expensive.