10 Judicial Officers Elevated As Additional Judges Of Madras High Court

first_imgNews Updates10 Judicial Officers Elevated As Additional Judges Of Madras High Court LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK1 Dec 2020 5:57 AMShare This – xThe Central Government on Tuesday issued two notifications for appointment of 10 Judicial Officers as Additional Judges to the Madras High Court. In the first notification, it is intimated that the following Judicial Officers, listed in the order of seniority, shall be the…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 on Tuesday issued two notifications for appointment of 10 Judicial Officers as Additional Judges to the Madras High Court. In the first notification, it is intimated that the following Judicial Officers, listed in the order of seniority, shall be the Additional Judges: Govindarajulu ChandrasekharanAA NakkiranVeerasamy SivagnanamGanesan IlangovanAnanthi Subramanian All of them will assume their offices for a period of two years except Ms. Subramanian who has been appointed till 30th July, 2022. In second notification, it is intimated that the following Judicial Officers, listed in the order of seniority, shall be the Additional Judges: Kannammal Shanmuga SundaramSathi Kumar Sukumara KurupMurali Shankar KuppurajuManjula Ramaraju NalliahThamilselvi T. Valayapalayam All of them will assume their offices for a period of two years except Ms. Shanmuga Sundaram who has been appointed till 19th July, 2022. The decision comes pursuant to the recommendation made by the Supreme Court Collegium vide Resolution dated September 23, 2020. Click Here To Download Notification 1/ Notification 2Next Storylast_img read more

Keller Williams Announces Solo & KWhatro Fall/Winter Tour Dates

first_imgKeller Williams has just released an extensive list of Fall and Winter tour dates that will see the multi-instrumentalist play in various formats throughout the country. Williams will play a number of dates solo, while several others will be played with both his KWahtro project (ft. Gibb Droll, Danton Boller, and Rodney Holmes) and fellow one-man bander Zach Deputy. As previously announced last week, Keller will play Denver, CO’s Fillmore Auditorium on Oct. 29th with Grateful Grass, and will be joined by The Infamous Stringdusters, as part of the latters’ Big Top Halloween extravaganza.Fan club tickets are currently available via Keller’s website. You can see the full schedule below.Keller Williams Fall/Winter Tour DatesOctober 13 Stuart, FL—Terra Fermata*October 14 Winter Haven, FL—Jessie’s Lounge*October 15 St. Augustine, FL—Magnolia Fest*October 20 Charleston, SC—Charleston Pour House*October 21 Charleston, SC—Charleston Pour House^October 22 Athens, GA—The Georgia Theatre+October 27 Bozeman, MT—The Eagles Ballroom*October 28 Missoula,MT—The Top Hat*October 29 Denver, CO—The Fillmore Auditorium-November 3 Hermosa Beach,CA—Saint Rocke+November 4 San Diego, CA—Belly Up+November 5 Tempe, AZ—Marquee+November 10 Columbia, SC—Music Farm+November 11 Charlotte, NC—The Neighborhood Theatre+November 12 Asheville, NC—The Orange Peel^November 17 Houston, TX—White Oak+November 18 Dallas, TX—Granada Theater+November 19 Austin, TX—Scoot Inn+January 19 Eugene, OR—WoW Hall^January 20 Portland, OR—Wonder Ballroom^January 21 Seattle, WA—Nectar Lounge^(*) Solo(^) KWahtro(+) KWahtro w/ Zach Deputy(-) Grateful Grass ft. The Infamous Stringdusterslast_img read more

Crowds flock to Argentine village to pay tribute to footballer Sala

first_imgHe was “loved and admired by all,” a restaurant owner told AFP. Sala would come home on breaks and would never fail to kick the ball around with village youngsters, they said. Unlike some soccer stars, he would keep a low profile, not flaunting his new wealth.Emiliano Sala in November 2018, when he was playing for the French team FC Nantes © AFP/File / Jean-François MONIERAs his heartbroken father, mother and sister watched on Saturday, a giant poster of the 28-year-old hung behind his coffin, which was draped in the red and white colors of the San Martin de Progreso club where he began his career. Sala’s father, Horacio, was devastated by his son’s death, family members said, and refused for days to leave his home. Outside the club, which was at the center of the day’s commemorations, was a banner reading: “Emi, you will never walk alone.”Relatives and friends are pictured through a screen during the wake of late Argentine football player Emiliano Sala © AFP / JUAN MABROMATA“He represented a lot for us,” the club’s president, Daniel Ribero, told AFP. “We’re a small village and Emi was a celebrity, the only player to turn professional.“He was one of us. He meant a lot to us.”More than 3,000 mourners came to pay respects.“We all carry Emi in our hearts,” said Mayor Julio Muller in an emotional tribute.“I am a wreck. I didn’t come to pay my respects to a footballer; I came to pay my respects to an exceptional man, a real warrior,” said Marcelo Vada, his coach in Argentina and now leading the Bordeaux U17. Vada’s eyes were red and swollen as he wept.– Crash in the Channel –Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock talks to the press as Cardiff’s chief executive Ken Choo watches during the wake for Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala in Progreso, Argentina © AFP / JUAN MABROMATASala had played for Nantes, becoming one of the top strikers in France, before being traded in January to Cardiff City in England’s Premier League in a 15 million pounds (19.3 million dollars) deal.Just two days after making the move, Sala had flown back to Nantes on January 21 to pay farewell to his former teammates. On the return flight across the English Channel, the single-engine private plane carrying Sala and pilot David Ibbotson crashed near the British island of Guernsey.Sala reportedly had messaged friends from the plane, flying in rough weather, that he was “so afraid” and that the craft “seems like it’s falling to pieces.” The player’s body was recovered from the submerged wreckage on February 7 but 59-year-old Ibbotson remains missing.Monaco’s Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas wears a jersey in honor of Emiliano Sala ahead of the French L1 football match AS Monaco vs FC Nantes in Monaco © AFP / YANN COATSALIOUThousands of supporters — including French soccer star Kylian Mbappe and former England captain Gary Lineker — had donated a total of more than $400,000 to pay for a private sea-bottom search after authorities had given up hope of finding the plane.An inquest in England later concluded that the footballer died of “head and trunk injuries.”Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock and club executive Ken Choo traveled to Argentina to attend the ceremony Saturday.“It was important for us to come and pay the respect to the family,” Warnock told AFP. “People tell me: ‘He never played for you,’ but he was my player, I signed him, we had two or three conversations and he told me he would score the goals to keep Cardiff in the Premier League.”Representing Nantes, for whom Sala scored 42 goals in 120 league appearances, were defender Nicolas Pallois and general secretary Loic Morin.– A ‘before and an after’ –Mourners surround the hearse carrying Sala’s coffin as it leaves Club Atletico y Deportivo San Martin during the funeral service in Progreso, Argentina © AFP / JUAN MABROMATAArgentine President Mauricio Macri sent his condolences via Twitter.Before joining the Nantes side in 2015, Sala had played with Bordeaux and Orleans, gaining a reputation as a prolific scorer. Sala’s former team paid tribute to him in a French league match Sunday. Each player wore a special all-black kit for the occasion, with the Argentine’s name in large white letters on the back of each jersey.In Progreso, Mayor Muller said that for the modest farming town there would now be a “before and an after” Sala. One mourner, Miguel Angel Pereira, 68, made the 70-kilometer (43-mile) journey from Santa Fe to pay his respects on Saturday.“I wanted to be here. I was a San Martin player myself in the 1960s,” he said.Following the memorial ceremony, Sala’s body was to be cremated.0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Nantes’ French defender Nicolas Pallois (C-L), Emiliano Sala’s brother Dario (L) and their father Horacio Sala (R-back), along with relatives and friends carry the late footballer’s coffin the funeral service in Progreso, Argentina © AFP / JUAN MABROMATAProgreso, Argentina, Feb 16 – The death in a plane crash of Cardiff City striker Emiliano Sala was a cruel blow to family, friends and supporters in his home village in Argentina, and on Saturday they came, grieving, from miles around to pay their respects.Through the morning, mourners gathered for a public vigil in a gymnasium in Progreso, the small farming town in Santa Fe province which Sala left as a teenager to play in Europe. last_img read more

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HC transfers judge for humiliating cop

first_imgThe Allahabad High Court on Saturday transferred a judge from Agra in western Uttar Pradesh to Mahoba in Bundelkhand after he ordered a police constable to remove the khaki uniform in court as punishment for allegedly not giving passage to his car.Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate, Agra, Santosh Kumar Yadav was transferred as Secretary (full time) district legal services authority HC Registrar General Mayank Kumar Jain said in an order.The constable, a driver with the Agra police identified as Ghurelal, was allegedly forced by the judge to take off his shirt, belt and cap and made to stand in court for almost an hour on Friday. The policeman, who was driving a police van carrying accused to be presented before court, was reportedly punished for not giving passage to the judge’s vehicle in the court premises. Humiliated by the incident, the constable then wrote to the district police chief and applied for voluntary retirement. He also apparently broke down.last_img read more

Love marriages are not acceptable, says khap leader

first_imgNaresh Tikait, chief of the Bharatiya Kisan Union and head of the Baliyan Khap of Jats, has said love marriages are not acceptable and the khap would never allow it. In a video that is gaining traction on social media, Mr. Tikait can be heard saying that parents spend ₹30 to ₹40 lakh on the education of their girls and then they go and marry someone of their choice. “This is not right. When they spend on their nurturing, parents should have a say in the selection of the life partner of their daughters.” He said his appeal was not just for the girls but for the boys as well. “But it is more directed towards girls, as they are the izzat (pride) of the family. Such actions lower the pride of the family in society.”The video was recorded at a community convention of Jats in Baghpat last Friday.Rakesh Tikait, senior leader and BKU spokesperson, told The Hindu that the guidelines were more about love marriages within the gotra. “The khap is open to inter-caste marriages, most of which are love marriages, among equivalent caste groups. We attend such marriages but marriages within the gotra are still looked down upon, despite the Supreme Court directions. Villagers still boycott such weddings as it is against their customs,” said Mr. Rakesh.He said the khap has accepted that love marriage is a reality these days. “Their number is increasing with the movement of our children to cities for jobs. But children should understand that love and marriage are two different things. In our society, it is a kind of pact between two families. Parents should also understand that the forced separation of lovers is not a solution. Youngsters understand their rights under the law and social pressure doesn’t work on them. It is better to turn love marriages into arranged marriages.”last_img read more

India hoping for yet another great day in CWG

first_imgAfter a glorious day on the athletics track and hockey field on Tuesday where they created history, India are looking up to another excellent outing on the penultimate day of the Commonwealth Games in the national capital on Wednesday.The hosts scorched the track with a gold medal in the women’s 4x400m relay, their second in the competition after discus thrower Krishna Poonia’s 52-year-drought-ending one the previous day.The men’s hockey squad made history by reaching the final for the first time defeating England in a nerve-wracking penalty shoot-out and will meet favourites Australia for the gold tomorrow.On Wednesday, the Indian focus will be on shooting star Gagan Narang to lead the country’s relentless attack on the yellow metal.Narang, with four gold medals under his belt, fell out of the medal bracket for the first time on Tuesday in the 50m rifle prone event for pairs with partner Hariom Singh. He has a great chance for not only redemption but also a record-equalling display.Another title for this Hyderabadi sharp-shooter will fetch him a Games record-equalling fifth with 2006 hero Samresh Jung and become the new “Goldfinger”.Jung will also be seen in action in the 25m standard pistol individual event to add to the silver he won yesterday with Chandrashekar Chaudhary in this category.Three Indian boxers are fighting for the gold today in the 52kg (Suranjoy Singh), 64 kg (Manoj Kumar) and +91 kg (Paramjeet Samota) weight classes to atone for the below-par displays by Vijender Singh, Akhil Kumar and Jai Bhagwan.advertisementA bronze medal for India is assured in men’s singles badminton as national champion Chetan Anand squares off against compatriot Parupalli Kashyap.Top Indian paddlers Achanta Sharath Kamal and Soumyadeep Roy would strive to enter the final with wins in today’s semi finals against Singapore rivals Yang Zi and Ning Lao respectively.Kamal will also partner Subhajit Saha to take on the English pair Andrew Baggaley and Liam Pitchford in the men’s doubles semis while Mouma Das-Poulomi Ghatak pair is to clash with Singapore’s Li Jiawei and Sunbeibei in the corresponding women’s clash.Springford and platform divers Hrutika Shriram, Karishma Mohite, Puskar Chingshubam and Himanshu Tiwari would soak up the experience of competing with some top rivals from the Commonwealth.The hosts, riding high on a splendid all-round show which has given them the second spot, will be keen to maintain that ranking in the table behind Australia.Heading into the second-last day of the Games, India’s medal tally read a record-high 89 (32-25-32) behind Australia’s huge haul of 153 (68-45-40).England were in third-place because of the fewer number of gold won but had more medals than India (121, made up of 30-50-41).- With PTI inputslast_img read more

Race for the Conch impresses Rowdy Gaines US Gold Medal Olympian

first_img What’s on TONIGHT in Providenciales Related Items:race for the conch, Ricky’s Flamingo Cafe, rowdy gaines Water Fun Weekend with Windvibes, Billfish Release Tourney and Race for the Conch Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Rugby on the Beach Saturday at Ricky’s Flamingo Café Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 06 Jul 2015 – An uncommon swim is how most of the visiting participants in this year’s Race for the Conch Eco Sea Swim described their experience in the waters of the World’s #1 beach. Over 200 swimmers were signed up including Rowdy Gaines, American three time Olympic gold medalist who after the swim race talked about picking up a starfish, playing with a stingray and spotting fish in the course of the crystal clear turquoise waters just off Ricky’s Flamingo Café. Seventeen junior swimmers from Barbados were also in country; they too said they found the underwater sea life captivating and said the swim was a challenge. Chloe Zimmerman, co-founder of the Race for the Conch said the event has grown rapidly; she was thankful to sponsors and government including the TCI Tourist Board for support of the summer swim meet. This week, we post highlights from the fun which also goes to One Caribbean Television, seen in 24 Caribbean countries and US cities.last_img read more

No plans for selective stimulus package Finance ministry

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