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  • “Completely Beyond Powers Of Constitutional Court”; Madras High Court Dismisses Plea Seeking Installation Of Dr. Ambedkar’s Statue:

    first_imgNews Updates”Completely Beyond Powers Of Constitutional Court”; Madras High Court Dismisses Plea Seeking Installation Of Dr. Ambedkar’s Statue: Sparsh Upadhyay4 March 2021 8:02 AMShare This – xIt would be appreciated if the Court’s time is not wasted like this and the Court is allowed to take up the other pressing matters instead: Madras High CourtExpressing its hope that the Court’s time shouldn’t be wasted like this, the Madras High Court recently dismissed a plea seeking directions to the respondents to permit the petitioner to the installation of a statue of Dr. Ambedkar at Traffic Island at Light House Corner in Karur District. The Bench of Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice R. Hemalatha further observed, “It…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?LoginExpressing its hope that the Court’s time shouldn’t be wasted like this, the Madras High Court recently dismissed a plea seeking directions to the respondents to permit the petitioner to the installation of a statue of Dr. Ambedkar at Traffic Island at Light House Corner in Karur District. The Bench of Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice R. Hemalatha further observed, “It is completely beyond the ordinary powers of a Court, even a constitutional Court, to direct the administration to install any particular Statue at any particular place.” Significantly, the Court also remarked, “It would be appreciated if the Court’s time is not wasted like this and the Court is allowed to take up the other pressing matters instead.” In another order, wherein a plea sought directions to the respondents to restore passenger rolling gates on the north-eastern and north-western side of an obstructing wall at the Karaikudi bus stand, the Madras HC issued some pertinent observations. The Court said that it can hardly be expected of the High Court, no less, to look into the matters pertaining to ingress and egress at every bus stand all over the State. Significantly, the Court further observed, “The present trend, whether it is borne out of political ambitions or professional reasons, to approach the High Court with a complaint of an encroachment in tiniest part of a remote village or to deal with the access to a bus terminus or to consider the bus timings at a particular stop adds to the pendency of matters and impede the Court’s function.” As a consequence, the Court noted, matters of the larger public interest that require the Court’s attention may get neglected. Notably, the Court also said, “It is unfortunate that a degree of restraint that ought to be exercised at the Bar and the filter that ought to be carried out by the Bar may have been lost or surrendered its efficacy.” With this, both the petitions were dismissed.Click Here To Download OrdersRead OrdersSubscribe 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

  • Room for improvement found during waves on deck audit on Statoil’s platforms

    first_imgThe Norwegian offshore safety body, the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), has found an improvement point during an audit of waves on deck on Statoil’s eight facilities off Norway.The PSA said on Thursday that the audit looked at semi-submersible facilities at Kristin, Åsgard B, Troll B, Troll C, Visund, and Snorre B, as well as the Heidrun and Snorre A tension leg platforms.According to the safety body, the objective of the audit was to monitor the status of Statoil’s follow-up for safeguarding semi-submersible production facilities and TLPs against waves on deck.The PSA wanted to gain an insight into Statoil’s routines and criteria where measures were required for safeguarding the facilities in high sea states.“Desired outcomes were that Statoil was aware of the issue of airgaps, that we gained an insight into whether necessary measures have been implemented, and that the facilities are robust in withstanding wave impact events,” PSA said.The safety body found one improvement point concerning measures for damage limitation and the prevention of hazard situations. No non-conformities were identified during the audit.The PSA told Statoil to report on how the improvement point will be addressed by January 11, 2018.last_img read more

  • ‘Okay’ not good enough – Poyet

    first_img “You cannot just be okay. You are going to get punished. “I think if we had been a little bit better this was a great opportunity for three points and we missed it.” Aside from Van Aanholt’s last-gasp attempt, Sunderland had little joy going forward. Connor Wickham looked more like the striker loaned to Sheffield Wednesday in the early part of last season than the one whose goals inspired a great escape in the closing games, while Adam Johnson was worryingly peripheral. It was a similar story of frustration for Burnley, who have not scored since their opening-weekend defeat by Chelsea. The absence of Danny Ings did not help against Sunderland, with stand-in Marvin Sordell wasting a fine early chance to break the deadlock. But manager Sean Dyche believes things are heading in the right direction. “We’re very pleased with the clean sheet again – that’s hard to do in itself, three of them back to back. But I’m very pleased with a lot of our attacking play too,” he said. “We found a better balance today. We looked solid but we were creating chances. “If we keep playing like that I’m absolutely convinced there are wins around the corner for us. “I know you have to create chances and take them but if you create enough they’ll start going in eventually. “I’m not naive – I know you’ve got to score goals to win games but you’ve also got to believe in performance levels and ours are good at the moment.” Press Association Both sides hit the woodwork in the closing moments, Clarets substitute Ashley Barnes sending a deflected effort against the crossbar after 87 minutes and Black Cats defender Patrick van Aanholt rattling the post in added time. But that late drama was at odds with an otherwise dour encounter at Turf Moor that seemed locked in first gear for long periods. Sunderland manager Gus Poyet called for better from his team after their goalless draw at Burnley, warning “okay” was not good enough in the Barclays Premier League. On this evidence it is not hard to see why both teams are still awaiting a first win of the campaign. It may be tempting for the hosts to view things positively, a third goalless draw in a row hinting at a useful defensive resolve, but Poyet was unimpressed. “The clean sheet I can take from today, nothing else,” he said. “I was expecting a little bit more. With all respect to Burnley, our players play at the highest level, they cost a lot of money. These are the games they need to stand up in – as a team and as individuals. “I said to them before coming here, ‘we’re playing okay’. “But okay is not good enough in the Barclays Premier League. You need to be better than okay. “Here we defended okay, we passed the ball okay but we need to be better than that.” Asked what a season of such football would bring, Poyet added: “One point a game, 38 points maybe. last_img read more

  • Corey Seager opening eyes in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization

    first_img“It’s out of my control,” he said. “I am just trying to do the best job I can and get better every day, wherever I’m at.”First-year Quakes manager P.J. Forbes said he has been pleased with his player’s approach.“He is a very mature kid for his 20 years,” Forbes said. “He has a grasp of what he needs to do to get better and how he needs to go about it. He’ll come up to me between innings and ask a question and it’s the exact question I’m hoping he’s going to ask. He has a good head for the game.”That head for the game comes from being around it and having two older brothers who also play it for a living.Kyle, 26, is in his fourth year with the Seattle Mariners, having reached the majors after just two years in the minors. Justin, 22, is with the Mariners’ Low-A team in Clinton (Iowa) of the Midwest League, after being drafted last year out of UNC-Charlotte.Both have provided a valuable sounding board for the trials and tribulations that come with trying to navigate the minor leagues.The brothers talk often, depending on who is playing in what time zone.“Everything I am going through, (Kyle) already has been through. And everything I am going through, Justin is going through with me,” Corey said. “It definitely helps to have them there when I need them. There is nothing one or more of us haven’t been through.”That acumen has served Seager well. He has worked hard with Quakes hitting coach Mike Eylward, who coached Seager last year in Great Lakes. “He has really grown as a hitter,” Eylward said. “He is really thinking about how pitchers are trying to throw him and what he needs to do to counter that. He has come a long way in that respect.” But it’s the defensive side where Seager has focused much of his efforts. He credits Pat Listach, a coach in the organization last year who is now with the Houston Astros, as well as Juan Castro, the Dodger organization’s infield coordinator.“We’re very happy with where he is at this point in his development,” said De Jon Watson, the Dodgers vice president of player development. “He has a the complete skill set. It’s just a matter of fine-tuning things. It’s really just small things — getting a littler quicker when it comes to pitch recognition, the angle he is taking a ball defensively. But those are very minor things.”Seager has also learned in the past year how to deal with the grind of playing every day. Last year was his first full one as a professional, although he was plagued by a torn hamstring that sidelined him for 34 games. He participated in both the Arizona Fall League and instructional ball to compensate for the time lost.He strained the hamstring in April and missed nine days. But this time he knew better than to try to play through it and got healthy before coming back so it wouldn’t be a lingering problem.The Dodgers’ brain trust has been so pleased with the progress of their prized prospect, it might present them with an interesting dilemma as to whether or not to sign Hanley Ramirez to a long-term extension. Some baseball experts say Seager might be better suited for third base because of his size. Those in the Dodgers’ camp don’t appear to be thinking that way. “He’s a shortstop,” Watson said. “We haven’t seen anything that tells us he shouldn’t play there. Obviously he isn’t quite there yet, but he might not be as far away as people might think.” RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> The end of last season was a bit humbling for highly touted Dodgers prospect Corey Seager. He put up huge numbers at Low-A Great Lakes, which earned him a promotion to High-A California League affiliate Rancho Cucamonga.That didn’t go well. He hit just .160 in 27 games.But that brief struggle is long behind him.This year, Seager has been tearing up the same league in which he previously struggled, albeit briefly. The difference? A year of growth and maturity. “It really helped to come here just to see what the level of competition was all about,” said Seager, whom the Dodgers selected with the 11th overall pick in the first round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft.“It gave me an idea what to expect this year because I was pretty sure I was at least going to start the year (in the California League). I have felt pretty good this year, like I have been seeing the ball well.”The North Carolina native has been the most talked-about minor leaguer in the organization next to outfielder Joc Pederson, who is drawing more buzz because he’s playing at Triple-A Albuquerque.Seager, ranked behind Pederson as the No. 2 prospect in the organization by Baseball America, hit .344 in the first half, second in the league. The 6-foot-4, 215-pound shortstop also has a league-high 24 doubles, two triples, 12 home runs and 49 RBIs. His .600 slugging percentage is also second.He doesn’t dwell on the possibility of a promotion to Double-A Chattanooga, although his numbers would seem to warrant one.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

  • WATCH : Liverpool 3rd choice keeper Andy Lonergan had scored a scorcher from his…

    first_imgAdvertisement zbNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vstu2shWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E8eq( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) c4aucrWould you ever consider trying this?😱7hCan your students do this? 🌚cr3Roller skating! Powered by Firework After Alisson’s long term injury, Adrian took over the goal for Liverpool FC against Chelsea in the UEFA Super Cup. The former West Ham man performed exceptionally well in the absence of the most expensive signing as a goalkeeper and his heroics continued as Chelsea and Liverpool went deep into penalty shooutouts in the showpiece Super Cup game in Istanbul. However, by the end of the game , Adrian pulled up injured.Advertisement Third choice goalkeeper at Melwood, Andy Lonergan is set to take the reigns against Southampton in the Premier League this weekend.Advertisement Fans who were wondering who Lonergan might be , searched up online and found a piece of football gold :Advertisement   Advertisementlast_img read more