Four Additional Judges Of Kerala HC & Two Additional Judges Of Jharkhand HC Made Permanent [Read Notification]

first_imgNews UpdatesFour Additional Judges Of Kerala HC & Two Additional Judges Of Jharkhand HC Made Permanent [Read Notification] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK11 Sep 2020 3:17 AMShare This – xThe Central Government has notified the appointment of four Additional Judges of the Kerala High Court and two Additional Judges of the Jharkhand High Court, as Permanent Judges. The following Additional Judges have been made permanent at the Kerala HC: Justice VG ArunJustice N. NagareshJustice TV AnilkumarJustice N. Anil Kumar They were appointed as Additional…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Central Government has notified the appointment of four Additional Judges of the Kerala High Court and two Additional Judges of the Jharkhand High Court, as Permanent Judges. The following Additional Judges have been made permanent at the Kerala HC: Justice VG ArunJustice N. NagareshJustice TV AnilkumarJustice N. Anil Kumar They were appointed as Additional Judges of High Court of Kerala on November 5, 2018. The following Additional Judges have been made permanent at the Jharkhand HC: Justice Sanjay Kumar Dwivedi Justice Deepak Roshan They were appointed as Additional Judges of High Court of Jharkhand vide Government order dated February 12, 2019. The Supreme Court Collegium had recommended to elevate them vide Resolution dated July 21, 2020. Click Here To Download Notification [Kerala] Click Here To Download Notification [Jharkhand] Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

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JMSDF Training Squadron Ships Dock in Sydney

first_img View post tag: Dock JMSDF Training Squadron Ships Dock in Sydney View post tag: Sydney View post tag: ships Three Japanese Maritime Self-Defence Force Ships, JDS Kashima, JDS Setoyuki and JDS Asagiri have arrived at Garden Island, Sydney, for a three-day port visit. View post tag: Australia The ships are part of the JMSDF Training Squadron. Since 1956, the Squadron has been conducting annual overseas training cruises to develop the knowledge and skills of Junior Officers, who have completed the General Officer Midshipman’s Course at the JMSDF candidate school.Commodore Training Force, Commodore Michael Rothwell said: “It was a real pleasure to welcome the Commander Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force Training Squadron, Rear Admiral Hideki Yuasa, to Sydney, along with his force of three ships comprising around 730 personnel, including 170 officers under training.” View post tag: Training View post tag: Asia-Pacific View post tag: News by topic Authorities View post tag: Navy Commander JMSDF Meteorology Staff, Japan Training Squadron Lieutenant Takahiko Yogura said the trainees have been learning many mariner skills during the deployment, but are pleased to spend some time at port in Sydney.The Training Squadron is part way through an extended international voyage which has already taken the ships to ports in the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean and New Zealand. Following their stay in Sydney, the training squadron will continue on a tour through the Pacific and visit the Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and the Philippines.[mappress]Press Release, September 12, 2014; Image: Australian Navy View post tag: Squadron View post tag: Naval Back to overview,Home naval-today JMSDF Training Squadron Ships Dock in Sydney View post tag: JMSDF September 12, 2014 Share this articlelast_img read more

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LMS benefits from West End strength

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Wellington Police Notes: Monday, Sept. 29, 2014

first_imgWellington Police notes for Monday, September 29, 2014:•1:34 a.m. Officers investigated possession of drug paraphernalia by a known suspect in the 200 block E. 17th, Wellington.•4:04 a.m. Coleton L. Hess, 20, Winfield, was arrested, charged and confined with distributing methamphetamine with 1000-foot of a school, use communication to facilitate in the commission of a drug sale, possession of drug paraphernalia and unlawful oossession of a controlled substance.•4:04 a.m. Coleton L. Hess, 20, Winfield, was arrested and confined on a Sedgwick County Warrant for driving while license is suspended.•9:55 a.m. Christopher J. Prugle, 47, Mt Hope, was issued a notice to appear for speeding 54 mph in a 40 mph zone (radar) and no proof of insurance.•1:32 p.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to a crosswalk in the 1000 block N. Park, Wellington.last_img read more

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England U16s return with heads held high

first_img29 May 2018 England U16s return with heads held high Tags: Spain, U16 England’s U16s have returned from Spain, defeated 16.5-7.5 in their annual international – but with their heads held high.Team captain Rob Chruszcz commented: “They were awesome. We were up against it, but at no point did anyone let their heads drop or show any sign of giving up. They kept fighting right to the end and you can’t ask any more than that.“They will have gained hugely from the experience. It was tough for them but every single person got at least half a point and that should give them so much self-confidence and self-belief. And the biggest thing of all was that they absolutely loved it!”The mixed team of eight were all aged 14 and 15, while the Spanish side were at the older end of the age range, knew the course and were well-gelled as a national U16 team.However, the England team made a great start to the match when they won the first foursomes session 2.1-1.5. The Spanish team responded with a superb singles performance, allowing just Max Hopkins to take a half point. “The golf they played was incredible,” said Chruszcz. “Our guys didn’t put a foot wrong, but Spain were exceptional.”On the second day, Spain took the foursomes 3-1 before facing a very strong challenge from England in the singles. They eventually won the session 4.5-3.5, but had to fight for it.“We came out really up for the challenge,” said Chrusczc. “We fought really hard and at one point we were up in most of the matches. Considering how heavily we lost the first singles, this was an amazing performance.”The team, coached by Alex Saary, was:Rafiah Banday, 14, Royal Mid Surrey, SurreyMia Eales-Smith, 15, Lindrick, YorkshireEllie Gower, 15, Chateau des Vigiers, FranceMax Hopkins, 15, Bishop’s Stortford, HertfordshireRory McDonald-O’Brien, 14, Lilleshall Hall, Shropshire & HerefordshireMorgan Radziejowski, 15, Herefordshire, Shropshire & HerefordshireJohn Richardson, 15, Royal Mid Surrey, SurreyCaitlin Whitehead, 15, Carus Green, Cumbrialast_img read more

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Leaf killer Scott Morriseau sinks Nelson in OT, Rebels one game away from advancing to Murdoch Final

first_imgBy Bruce Fuhr, The Nelson DailyMan that’s playoff hockey — not!In a game that most definitely had coaches Frank Maida and Steve Junker searching the trainer’s room for bottles of Alka-Seltzer to help cure strong cases of acid indigestion, the Castlegar Rebels somehow managed to pull out a 7-6 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League overtime victory Tuesday night at the NDCC Arena.Scott Morriseau, scoring his sixth of the series, won the game in the final minutes of the first overtime period.“I don’t know about that one,” Morriseau responded when asked about if he’s the newest Leaf killer, “but things are definitely going my way right now.”Morriseau deflected a Riley Henderson point shot past a surprised Andrew Walton to give the Rebels a commanding 3-1 lead in the Murdoch Division semi final.Castlegar can eliminate the Leafs from the post-season and advance down the playoff trail against the winner of the Beaver Valley/Spokane series with a win Thursday in the Sunflower City.“I just decided to go straight to the net and luckily the puck went off my stick and into the net,” said Morriseau, describing the game-winner at the 8:55 mark of overtime.The contest did not go according to textbook for both teams.Two teams that combined for 17 goals in three games — only three in game two— scored nine in the opening 20 minutes Tuesday. After building a 2-0 lead on goals by Brendan Heinrich and Stuart Walton 39 seconds apart, the teams traded volleys until Nick Newman finished off the scoring in the final minute of the frame.“We’re not a team that gives up that many goals, especially in the first period,” Morriseau said. “Obviously we talked about that and we have to bare down to next game.”Despite struggling with defensive zone coverage the Leafs battled back — tying the game on a goal by Patrick Martens with 35 seconds remaining in the third period —  and had two or three chances to win the game in the extra period.Nelson now must win three straight games to avoid being eliminated in the first round for the second straight year.“It’s depressing,” said Leaf forward Colton Schell“Everyone is taking it hard in the dressing room. We really needed this game.”The game was a career night for Castlegar rookie Brendan Heinrich, who finished the game with two goals and three assists.Morriseau added had four points while Henderson, Tyler Robinson, Connor Bowen also scored for Castlegar.Max Mois, having a bounce-back game as he continually pounded the Castlegar defence with several crushing bodychecks, Matthew Naka, J.J. Beitel and Carsen Willans, scoring his first career playoff goal, completed the Nelson scoring.Nelson out shot Castlegar by a 44-32 count, including an 18-4 margin in the third period.“It seems (Castlegar) is a way more energized on the bench then we are . . . everyone yelling after big hits, goal or back check,” Schell explained. “Our guys are a lot more quiet . . . we don’t have that many leaders on our team.”Game time Thursday is 7:30 p.m.GAME NOTES: One of the leaders not in the game Schell was talking about was team captain, Tyler Parfeniuk, who along with Walker Sidoni, missed the game due to sickness. Parfeniuk is hopeful to be back in the lineup for game five Thursday while Sidoni is most likely done for the playoffs. . . .The loss of Parfeniuk and Sidoni forced forward Cameron Dobransky back to the blue line core and allowed James Sorrey his first taste of the playoffs after being scratched from the first three games of the series. . . .Aaron Brewer left game in second period after taking a hit by Dallon Stoddart behind Castlegar net. . . .Nelson survived a two-man disadvantage in the second period. . . .Nelson lost the services of Nick Newman five minutes into the third after being checked to into the boards by Braydon Horcoff, who was given a five-minute major. Newman did return after being attended by the Leaf training staff. . . .Branden Amatto stopped 49 of 51 shots to lead the Spokane Braves to a 3-2 win over Beaver Valley Nitehawks. The Hawks lead the series 3-1 and can eliminate the Braves Thursday in [email protected]last_img read more

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Sinn Féin party whip welcomes passing of council budget

first_imgDonegal Sinn Féin party whip, Cllr Marie Therese Gallagher has welcomed the passing of the council’s annual budget.The council yesterday agreed an expenditure of just over €154,000,000 for across the county in 2020.A total of 27 councillors voted in favour of the budget while two, Cllr Frank McBrearty and Cllr Micheal Mac Giolla Easbuig voted against. Commenting after the budget meeting, Cllr Gallagher said “I’m delighted that Donegal County Council, adopted its annual budget.In particular, Sinn Féin is happy that our proposal for a Town & Village Revitalisation Scheme was include as this will allow for a commercial rates rebate for new businesses in long-term vacant premises.Cllr Gallagher added “We are hopeful that this will spur job creation within the small local business sector across the county.“Further, we put forward the need to increase funding for Tidy Towns groups and this was also supported by all parties. This is an increase on the Tidy Towns fund which we had secured previously.” She added that some other positive developments in the budget include:– Increase in council housing maintenance budget of €500,000-€500,000 for the purpose of co-funding applications and drawing down investment.-An increase of over €3million in expenditure on roads.-No proposed increase in commercial rates. – A new budget line of €142,406 for Climate Change and FloodingAnd she added “With regard to capital investment I am also happy that there is room to move with an ambitious house-building programme and room to invest in vital community amenities across Donegal.“This is positive progress and we, as a party, look forward to continuing to work with councillors from across the political spectrum and from across the county to ensuring that this budget book is used to benefit the people of the county who elected us.”Sinn Féin party whip welcomes passing of council budget was last modified: November 23rd, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:councildonegalMarie Therese GallagherSinn Feinwhiplast_img read more

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Tribute to South African theatre great

first_img26 June 2015Barney Simon, the co-founder and artistic director of Johannesburg’s world- renowned Market Theatre, was one of South Africa’s most courageous and innovative playwrights and directors. Twenty years after his death in 1995, his work still speaks to live issues in contemporary South Africa, while reminding us of our brave and painful history.Armed with little more than the conviction that culture could change society, Simon’s work directly challenged the apartheid regime. Born in the RSA was developed collaboratively at the Market Theatre Company in response to the declaration of a state of emergency by then president PW Botha in July 1985, under which thousands were detained by the state security forces. Presenting a cross-section of true-to-life characters, the production told the truth about a country imprisoned by censorship.Thoko Ntshinga, who performed the role of Thenjiwe in the original production, directs this 2015 revival with an ensemble of artists (Faniswa Yisa, Roeline Daneel, Vakalisi ‘Dobs’ Madotyeni, Emily Child, Francis Chouler and Zanele Radu) who have become blue-bloods in the South African stage, television and film industry. And the current version was produced by Baxter Theatre Centre director and chief executive Lara Foot, who studied under Simon and founded the Barney Simon Young Directors and Writers Festivals.Simon was known for his method of creating original plays through a workshop process, which involved improvisation, collaborative writing and field research. He encouraged his actors to draw on direct life experience, sending them out into the streets to observe, explore and experience the textures of the lives they would then portray on the stage.Workshop creationFrom July to August 1985, Simon created and rehearsed Born in the RSA with Fiona Ramsay, Terry Norton, Vanessa Cooke, Neil McCarthy, Timmy Kwebulana, Thoko Ntshinga and Gcina Mhlope. Their improvisations were melded into a series of interconnecting monologues that escalated into a riveting drama.The production was first staged at the Market Theatre in November 1985, and went on to tour England and the US to great acclaim.“When an outsider thinks of South Africa, chances are that he does not think of VCRs, marijuana, discos, fast food, telephone answering machines, bowling clubs and ‘hot’ male bodies. It’s one of the many achievements of Born in the RSA that the audience learns just as much about such diurnal trivia as it does about detention, police brutality and the rest of apartheid’s arsenal of repression,” wrote Frank Rich in The New York Times.“In this work, politics is inseparable from the everyday life of a society. Born in the RSA is that rare political drama with the power to make participants out of history’s voyeurs.”Living newspaperWith all the actors on a neutral non-site-specific set throughout the play, it has been described as a kind of “living newspaper”. Monologues and stories are fused and interconnected, bringing to life a slice of everyday South Africa and its people at the height of apartheid.Reflecting on the curatorial thinking behind this timeous restaging, National Arts Festival artistic director Ismail Mahomed says: “Inspired by the 20th anniversary of the National Unity & Reconciliation Act of 1995 that led to the establishment of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, a small number of productions were selected to be curated under the theme of Personal and Social Reconciliation & Justice.”Other productions at this year’s National Arts Festival that also explore the hard- hitting curatorial theme are:The Imagined Land – written by Craig Higginson and directed by Malcolm Purkey, this play deals with issues of colonialism, writing and representation, as well as the nature of biography and truth;Three Blind Mice – created by the multi-award winning Fringe festivals team Rob van Vuuren, James Cairnes, Albert Pretorius and Tara Louise Nottcutt, this no-holds-barred expose of the South African legal and prison system draws on horrific and barely believable narratives around (skewed) justice that have recently dominated the media (Oscar Pretorius, Shrien Dewane, the Waterkloof Four, and Marikana);A Voice I Cannot Silence – drawing inspiration from Alan Paton’s stories, poems and autobiography, this work pays tribute to a man who was haunted by the injustices of South African society, and whose life and writing were dedicated to freedom, equality and the alleviation of human suffering; and,Moving Into Dance: Double Bill – Man-Longing is a provocative work that explores the sinister world of human trafficking, while Ngiswize sheds light on questions of community, power, individuality and masculinity in a globalised society.The Baxter Theatre Centre will stage five performances of Born in the RSA during the National Arts Festival, which runs in Grahamstown, in Eastern Cape, from 2 to 12 July.Source: National Arts Festivallast_img read more

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India’s golden shooting spree

first_imgOmkar, Vijay bag gold; Gagan and Imran join the party too It appears India’s record of 16 shooting gold at the Melbourne Commonwealth Games will obliterated soon. On Friday, Omkar Singh and Vijay Kumar clinched gold in 10m air pistol and 25m rapid fire pistol events respectively. This was Omkar’s third gold of the Delhi games; for Vijay, it was his second.Another gold came through the men’s 50m rifle 3 position pair of Gagan Narang and Imran Hassan Khan. In the men’s trap pairs, Manavjit Singh Sandhu and Mansher Singh combined to shoot an unprecedented 197 birds, only for Australia to pip them to the gold by one bird.Add to this a bronze won by Gurpreet Singh in rapid fire, and India’s tally after Day 4 of the nine- day shooting event stands at 10 gold, seven silver and a bronze.Narang, who is targeting six gold medals, won his third in as many events, thanks to an outstanding 397/ 400 in the prone round. He then shot identical 385s in the standing and kneeling rounds, while Khan shot 395, 381 and 382 to help India break the 16- year- old Games record of 2,300 points with 2,325.In the meantime, Vijay had broken his own record of 581 by shooting 583 in qualification for rapid fire. Gurpreet shot 569 to lie third, heading into the final. Vijay then shot an excellent 204.5 to beat his final record from Melbourne as well, setting 787.5 as the new benchmark.Despite one off- target shot, Malaysia’s Amir Hasan held on for silver, ahead of a surging Gurpreet.advertisementNavy’s Omkar equalled Samaresh Jung’s qualification record of 584 in 10m air pistol to be four points clear of Singapore’s Bin Gai and then shot 97.8 in the final to finish with three gold and a silver in his four events. Gurpreet finished fifth.There was disappointment for India in women’s trap pairs as they could only finish fifth. Australia won the gold, England got the silver and Canada took bronze.But the real battle of the day was in the men’s trap pairs where Australia’s Michael Diamond and Adam Vella, touted as the best trap team in the world, took on India’s vastly experienced Manavjit and Mansher.Mansher shot a brilliant 99 while Manavjit, who had shot 23 in his first round, went perfect over the next three series to finish with 98 and help India get to 197, a Games record.Vella also finished with 98, but two- time Olympic champion Diamond made it a perfect 100/ 100 to help Australia edge ahead.After the match, Mansher paid rich tribute to Diamond’s performance.”It had to be someone like Michael to beat us because nobody else in the world manages to do what he does regularly. This is what happens in shooting – you do so well and yet lose because somebody else has had a stellar day,” Mansher told Mail Today. The shooter, backed by the National Sports Development Fund, defended his teammate Manavjit, saying his was no mean score either.”Yes he did shoot 23 in the first round but then again, he shot 75 straight thereafter. It was a heavy load to carry and he did magnificently,” Mansher said.last_img read more

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