News UpdatesDetaining Authorities Must Be Given Proper Training About Requirements Of Law In Passing Detention Order: J&K HC Releases Man Allegedly Detained As Lashkar-e-Taiba Worker [Read Order] Sparsh Upadhyay28 Sep 2020 7:43 AMShare This – xWhile quashing a Detention order passed by respondent No. 2 under the provisions of Public Safety Act, 1978, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Monday (28th September) remarked,”We are at pains to observe that in routine this Court comes across the cases in which the detention orders issued on the grounds of threat to the security and integrity of State are getting quashed due to…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?LoginWhile quashing a Detention order passed by respondent No. 2 under the provisions of Public Safety Act, 1978, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Monday (28th September) remarked,”We are at pains to observe that in routine this Court comes across the cases in which the detention orders issued on the grounds of threat to the security and integrity of State are getting quashed due to non-adherence to technical requirements”The Bench of Justice Rajnesh Oswal and Justice Rajesh Bindal further observed,”In many petitions the grounds taken are non-furnishing of the material relied upon by the detaining Authority to the detenue; not informing the detenue about his right to make representation; not informing the detenue about the grounds of detention in the language that he understands etc. The law on which is well settled.”Matter before the CourtThe appellant was detained by the order of the respondent No. 2 bearing No. 25/DMK/PSA/2018 dated 28.11.2018 under the provisions of Public Safety Act, 1978. The appellant had challenged the same on various grounds.The respondents had filed a counter affidavit and produced the detention record before the learned Single Judge, however, the learned Single Judge dismissed the Habeas Corpus Petition and upheld the detention order passed by the respondent No. 2.The appellant further preferred the instant appeal on the various grounds as narrated in the memo of appeal.Contentions Raised before the Court and Court’s ObservationThe First contention of the appellant – He was not furnished the requisite material relied upon by the detaining authority while passing the detention order.Court’s Observation – The detention record contains the receipt duly signed by the appellant in English. It reveals that the appellant was supplied with the grounds of the detention along with all the documents annexed with the grounds of detention relied upon by the detaining authority.The Second contention of the appellant – The appellant was not made to understand the grounds of detention in the language, which he understands because the detention order was in English and the appellant was conversant with only Kashmiri or Urdu language.Court’s Observation – A perusal of the detention record reveals that the documents were read over and explained to the appellant in Urdu language, which he fully understood, and in acknowledgement thereof, he has signed the receipt in English, as such, there is no substance in the contention of the appellant.The Third contention raised by the appellant – There was a delay in passing the detention order as the last FIR was registered against the petitioner in December, 2017, whereas the detention order was passed in November 2018.Court’s Observation – The perusal of grounds of detention would reveal that detention order has been passed not only on the ground that two FIRs were registered against the appellant.In the grounds of detention, besides these two FIRs, it is specifically mentioned that the appellant is an over ground worker of Lashkar-e-Toiba outfit and has been found to be involved in providing shelter and other logistic supports to the militants in order to carry out attacks on civilians and security forces.So the Court noted that the contention that there is a delay in passing the detention order is also not tenable as the cause for detaining the appellant is continuous.The fourth ground raised by the appellant – He was not informed of his right to make representation.Court’s Observation – A perusal of the detention order along with accompanying documents annexed with the petition clearly reveal that the appellant was informed of his right to make representation to the District Magistrate Kulgam within 12 days of passing of this order.The receipt duly signed by the appellant would establish that he was informed of his right to make representation to the Government against his detention, if so desired.Fifth Contention – What were the compelling circumstances which necessitated him to pass the detention order?Another contention raised was that the detaining authority had not spelt out in the detention order about the compelling circumstances which necessitated him to pass the detention order when the appellant was already in custody.Court’s Observation – The Court noted that firstly, the order of detention must demonstrate awareness of the detaining Authority about the custody of the detenue and secondly that the detaining Authority must be further satisfied that the detenue is likely to be released from custody and nature of the activities of the detenue indicate that if he is released, he is likely to indulge in such prejudicial activities.The Court noted that the Single Judge, though, has discussed the appellant being in custody at the time of passing of detention order but has not dealt with this issue in the right perspective.Further, the Court was of the view that on this ground only the appeal deserves to be allowed.However, before parting with the order, the Court observed,”Due to the callous approach of the detaining Authorities in passing such orders, the whole purpose of the Preventive laws is getting defeated. Either the detaining Authorities are not aware of the requirements of law or they are dealing with the issues of preventive detention very casually. Be that as it may, the time has come when the detaining Authorities must be imparted proper training about the requirements of the law in passing the detention order so as to ensure that such orders are not set aside on technical grounds.”(emphasis supplied)The Registrar Judicial of the bench was directed to send copies of the judgment to the Chief Secretary, Commissioner/Secretary, Department of Home, and Law Secretary, Union Territory of J&K for compliance through email.Notably, it was made clear that any such slackness in future may invite imposition of personal cost on the officer concerned.Case Details:Case Title: Sartaj Ahmad Allie v. State of J&K and othersCase No.: LPA No. 218/2019 (O&M) (In HCP No. 459/2018)Quorum: Justice Rajnesh Oswal and Justice Rajesh BindalAppearance: Advocate Wajid Haseeb (for Appellant); AAG Showkat Naqashbandi (for Respondents)Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Next Story
Astin made his Broadway debut in Spring Awakening and starred in the recently canceled TBS sitcom Ground Floor (where he made a pretty decent Elphaba, for what it’s worth). In addition to Pitch Perfect and the upcoming sequel, his screen credits include 21 & Over and Hamlet 2. He also starred in the 2010 Hollywood Bowl production of Rent. View Comments The pilot is penned by David Windsor and Casey Johnson, who also serve as executive producers alongside Dan Fogelman, Aaron Kaplan, Mike Tollin and Peter Gruber. Stage and screen favorite Skylar Astin will headline an untitled NBA-themed pilot from ABC. Before you picture him on the court, though, keep reading. According to Variety, the Spring Awakening vet will play a wimpy, non-athletic teaching assistant who is recruited as an translator and mentor to a non-English speaking player from Botswana. Further casting and a timeline for the series have not yet been announced.
Martin Keown has rated Arsenal’s chances of signing Philippe Coutinho (Picture: Getty)Martin Keown does not expect Arsenal to sign Philippe Coutinho but admits the Barcelona forward would be a ‘very exciting’ addition at the Emirates.The Gunners have reportedly expressed interest in bringing Coutinho to north London before the summer transfer window closes on Thursday.Coutinho has endured a mixed spell at Barcelona since leaving Liverpool in January 2018, winning a host of trophies at the Nou Camp but failing to perform to the best of his ability.Arsenal have been linked with a shock loan move for Coutinho but former defender Keown cannot see the deal going through.ADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityHe told Mirror Sport: ‘It’s a shame to think that it is far-fetched when they could have been real possibilities.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘I would love to see him at Arsenal without a doubt, he is a great talent who has lost his way a bit but I think it is too much to hope for that he ends up at Arsenal.‘He’s a top quality player, the way he breaks from deep-lying midfield positions, his shooting ability – it’s a mystery why it hasn’t gone well for him at Barcelona.‘It would be a very exciting signing.’ Advertisement Comment Martin Keown rates Arsenal’s chances of signing Philippe Coutinho from Barcelona Metro Sport ReporterMonday 5 Aug 2019 5:44 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link643Shares The Gunners have been linked with a shock move for Philippe Coutinho (Picture: Getty)Arsenal broke their transfer record on Ivory Coast winger Nicolas Pepe last week after agreeing a £72million deal with Ligue 1 side Lille.Pepe became Unai Emery’s third signing of the summer following the deals for William Saliba and Daniel Ceballos.On Arsenal’s transfer window, Keown added: ‘He [Emery] must think he can do it tactically with the players he has.‘Otherwise it’s very obvious that he should have been buying central defenders, or defensively minded individuals both in midfield and at the back.‘So he has made decisions in regards to the personalities he wants and he’s gone after and pursed this talent, so that’s a gamble because we know there is a weakness and only time will tell if he’s got that right.’More: FootballBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira moves Advertisement
The casual living area. In a different wing of the home is a second kitchen, which is just as lavish as the first, an ensuited bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe and a living area. This zone will make hosting guests a breeze. The rumpus room, an office with custom cabinetry, home cinema and a temperature-controlled wine cellar are also found at this end of the home. Upstairs are three bedrooms — two sharing an ensuite, the other with a private ensuite. The main bedroom with floor-to-ceiling curved windows that frame water views, a private balcony, ensuite and custom-designed dressing room is also upstairs. 55-57 Charolais Cres, Benowa Waters, is an opulent mansion on the market. House hunters seeking a residence of distinction will feel right at home in this grand abode.Space is delivered in spades at the Benowa Waters house, which has the whole family and guests accommodated for. This is the first of two kitchens. Make a grand entrance. The vast size of the property was what captured the attention of Amy and Dave Hodge in 2017. “Not many houses can accommodate five cars or have this much land to play with,” Ms Hodge said. “We knew it would be ideal, as well, for our kids.” READ MORE: What $1.4 million buys you around the worldREAD MORE: Before and after: behind the creation of a trendy Mermaid Beach home A pool and tennis court are two luxury inclusions. A room for more formal occasions. The main bedroom is very spacious. The gated estate sprawls across a 2302sq m waterfront block and features a tennis court and in-ground pool. Adding to the resort-style lifestyle is a floating pontoon and boat ramp with main river moments away. The property offers 1022sq m of internal living, which boasts a luxury Hamptons style with a touch of European class. “Everything about this house is big — it’s 110 squares and it’s been excellent for living and entertaining,” Ms Hodge said. “We’ve hosted parties here and have also really enjoyed the floorplan, we will definitely miss all the space.” More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa12 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago The second kitchen, in the guests wing, is also very luxurious. The wine cellar is also noteworthy.Past the circular driveway and porte-cochere, a formal entrance features a grand staircase, crystal chandelier, marble floors and 16ft ceilings. One side of the floorplan is dedicated to the main living areas, with a formal lounge and dining room and open-plan family room. The first of the home’s two kitchens takes centre stage here. It has all the essential ingredients including two Miele ovens, an Ilve oven, Zip tap, two integrated dishwashers and a luxuriously large Calacatta-topped island bench. The spacious living room is warmed by a fireplace and opens to the covered veranda and alfresco dining area with a built-in barbecue and pool views. Outdoor entertaining is covered. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:51Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:51 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD576p576p432p432p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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The health director for Palm Beach County said the large gatherings in the city have been the cause for a spike in coronavirus cases.Dr. Alina Alonso, the health director for Palm Beach County, said there have been some large gatherings in western communities and other parts of Palm Beach County that are contributing to the spread of the virus.“In the areas of the Lake Worth corridor where there is a significant amount of parties resulting from birthdays, weddings, get-together barbecues, whatever you have that brings folks together,” Alonso said. “We see that after these events, we have spikes in the number of cases.”However, Alonso also said that the county’s daily lab positivity rate is going down in Palm Beach County, and she added that’s a sign we’re going in the right direction because it indicates how much virus is in the community.Alonso said masks and social distancing are working to slow the spread of the virus.According to the latest numbers from the Florida Department of Health, there are 34,929 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Palm Beach County, including 861 deaths.
A Staffordshire club is tackling one of the biggest issues facing golf – by advising its players on a new scheme to help them get a move on! Slow play is often cited as a reason for not enjoying a round of golf, despite the sport’s many health and social benefits. Now Lichfield Golf and Country Club has launched a campaign aimed at cutting the amount of time it takes for the average four-mile walk associated with 18 holes of golf. ‘Ready Golf’ sets down a series of guidelines to help players speed up their play without detracting from the pleasure of their round. At its core is the principle that each player, within a group, hits their shot as soon as they are ready and it is safe to do so. Simon Joyce, Lichfield’s Director of Golf (pictured), says: “This initiative allows us to keep play moving and also keep the enjoyment of play high. It highlights the slower players, giving our marshals a clearer indication of who to approach out on the course. “Players, of course, must still prescribe to the Rules of Golf, with this just being a slight tweak to the sport’s traditional etiquette with the player ‘taking the honour’ still being the main focus of attention. “If someone says you need to play faster, it does not mean you need to abbreviate or eliminate your pre-shot routine; it just means to better manage yours and your group’s time between shots.” Club captain Rob Taylor declares: “It’s just so simple to see through. “I now hear comments on our course such as: ‘If you are ready just play’ ‘I am not ready yet, play your shot’ ‘I will just play my shot and come over to help you look for your ball’ “Playing Ready Golf at our club has improved the pace of play and players do not get offended by playing out of turn.” Gareth Shaw, county development officer for the Staffordshire Golf Development Group, has welcomed the initiative. He says: “I believe Ready Golf goes hand in hand with our shorter formats focus and how we can improve the enjoyment of the sport and attract new players to golf”. Hints for players include: Tee off as soon as the group ahead is clear. The player who is ready should hit (not necessarily the one with the honour). Don’t everyone “cluster” at one ball, go to your own ball! Hit when ready without delay. If you see another player is ready to hit, whether you’re away or not, point to them to go ahead. Take your practice swings immediately if it does not disturb the player hitting. Watch their shot land to guard against the possibility for a lost ball, and then go through your own routine and swing away. If you are the first one at your ball and you’re ready to safely hit, let the others know that you are hitting. Limit lost ball search to 3 minutes, except under competition rules. Study your putt while others are putting. Continue putting until holed out. Don’t mark unless you will step on someone’s line or it’s a really tricky putt. If you can’t score, quit putting and pick up. 17 Feb 2016 On your marks! Get ready for golf
Photos by Mark Costa Every summer on the Jersey Shore, the Best Day Foundation hosts about a half dozen special events for some very deserving kids. Children with autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and other special needs are paired with two beach buddies from local high schools who help them have their “best day” surfing, boogie boarding and anything else they want to do at the beach, all while staying safe. If the weather is good, they may spend up to 2 1⁄2 hours in the water, followed by an awards ceremony where they receive a medal and high fives for their accomplishments and a lunch provided by Surf Taco. Pictured here is the Asbury Park event which took place June 29 and 30. The next New Jersey event is July 27 and 28 at Brick III Beach, Seneca Dunes, when each day 45 children will partake in tandem surfing, body-boarding, stand up paddling (SUP), kayaking, beach obstacle courses and beach games. Best Day Foundation hosts events in California, Florida, New Jersey and Maryland. Volunteers and sponsors are invited to visit bestdayfoundation.org for more information.
Kam Crawford pinched in from the point to slam home a rebound and allowed the Saints to score a 5-4 overtime victory over Thompson Rivers University Friday night in B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League action in Kamloops.”We had good efforts in the first and third periods but got away from working hard in our own zone in the second and paid for that,” said Saints head coach Jeff Dubois. “We put ourselves in a hole but battled back and got a big win on the road. We’ve come from behind late in games a few times this season and there’s a real belief with our group that we can get big goals when we need them.”After 40 minutes highlighted by close calls and missed opportunities, Selkirk College found themselves down a pair of goals on the road to Thompson Rivers University.But a third period rally fueled by goals from Ben Starbuck and Cody Fidgett sent the game to overtime before Crawford provided the heroics. TRU took the first lead of the night just three minutes into regulation when Jarrett Martin took advantage of a poor line change and beat Saints starter Stephen Wolff on a partial breakaway.But Selkirk bounced back minutes later when Jackson Garrett pounced on a rebound and grabbed their first lead of the night late in the first period when Jordan Wood scored shorthanded. The second period saw a series of defensive letdowns in the Selkirk zone and the WolfPack took full advantage, as Kevin Lourens and Jake Howardson each put home from close range following scrambles around the Saints’ crease.And a Colten DeFrias goal 90 seconds into the third period padded the TRU lead before Starbuck, on a power play, and Fidgett, off a nice feed from Jackson Garrett, drew the game level. Wolff picked up his fifth win in as many starts, stopping 30 shots on the night. TRU starter Riley Wall was named the game’s first star with a 50-save performance. Saints’ captain Jordan Wood scored once and added three assists, while linemates Garrett and Logan Proulx combined for another five points. Selkirk is back on the ice Saturday night when they host Simon Fraser University is a first vs. second place battle at the Castlegar Rec Complex. Faceoff is set for 7:30 PM.SAINTS NOTES: With the win on Friday, Selkirk can finish no lower than second in the league standings and is therefore assured of hosting a first round playoff series when the BCIHL postseason begins on March 8th. The top four regular season finishers qualify for the playoffs, with first playing fourth and second meeting third in the first round and winners advancing to the league finals, which will take place from March 15-17. Each playoff series is a best-of-three format.
Struggling Brentford managed just two shots on target in a goalless first half at Griffin Park.Defender Yoann Barbet forced Jason Steele to save from a free-kick, while Alan Judge also tested the Rovers keeper from distance.Hope Akpan went closest for the visitors when his near-post header was tipped over the bar by David Button.On-loan Everton striker Leandro Rodriguez started for the Bees – one of two changes.Sam Saunders came in for Chelsea loanee John Swift, who was absent from the matchday squad.Brentford (4-2-3-1): Button; Yennaris, Barbet, Dean, Bidwell; McCormack, McEachran; Woods, Judge, Saunders; RodriguezSubs not used: Bonham, Colin, Hogan, Kerschbaumer, Vibe, O’Connell, CanosFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Former Raiders defensive end Benson Mayowa is returning to Oakland to help out the pass rush, according to multiple reports.Mayowa, who’ll turn 28 in August, will leave the Cardinals to sign a one-year deal that could be worth more than $3 million, sources told the NFL Network’s Mike Garofolo.#Raiders are finalizing a deal with veteran DE Benson Mayowa, source says. Back to Oakland for him. Had four sacks with the #Cardinals this past season— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) April 12, 2019 …
Jimmy Garoppolo is the NFL’s biggest Man of Mystery entering the 2019 season.Questions abound whether the quarterback will return to the unbeaten form from his December 2017 debut with the 49ers or if he’ll come back too rusty after last season’s knee injury.Here are five pressing questions:1. Is his knee ready?A titanium brace serves as a shining reminder of his left knee’s fragility, in the wake of last September’s torn anterior cruciate ligament. He has progressed well with no known …
18 July 2008South Africans have reason to thank Nelson Mandela not only for his role in their country’s liberation from apartheid, but also for the part he played in ensuring that the world’s greatest sporting showpiece, the Fifa World Cup, comes to Africa for the first time in 2010.‘Against doctor’s orders’Mandela reportedly went against the orders of his doctor, who told him he could not attend the 2010 Fifa World Cup host country announcement ceremony in Zurich, Switzerland in May 2004.When South Africa was announced as the host country, overwhelmed with joy and emotions, tears could be seen streaming from Mandela’s eyes.There are many extraordinary photographs of him, but one that captured the spirit of South Africa’s foremost sporting achievement is of a beaming Mandela holding onto the Jules Rimet Trophy.Reconciliation through sportDuring his presidency, Mandela, who was an avid boxer in his days, lifted more trophies than any other South African leader, and has widely recognised the importance of sport in helping to promote reconciliation.Sporting a Springbok rugby jersey and cap, he presented the coveted Webb Ellis Trophy to the then South African skipper Francois Pienaar to the delight of the capacity crowd at Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg on 24 June 1995 after the hosts beat the New Zealand All Blacks.South Africa had been a country divided for decades by the apartheid regime, but thanks to the unyielding willpower of this statesman the whole country came together to unite behind the Springboks.Barely a year later, Mandela would take to the podium again to present Africa’s most sought after football trophy, the African Cup of Nations, to the then Bafana Bafana captain Neil Tovey. As with the Rugby World Cup, Nelson Mandela was sporting a Bafana jersey and cap.In honour of Madiba, who reportedly said: “I feel like a young man of 15” after hearing the announcement, South Africa and South Africans alike should work together to make the hosting of the World Cup a successful event.Preaching the spirit of UbuntuProbably one of the most recognisable men the world over, with all the accolades and awards under his belt, Mandela has remained rooted to the ground, ever-so-humble and preaching the spirit of Ubuntu to those who are willing to listen.Even after South Africa was announced as the World Cup host nation, he reportedly said: “South Africans should treat this decision with humility and without arrogance because we are, after all, equal.”As South Africans celebrate the man affectionately known as Tata, it is important to heed his call for humility and treat the occasion as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to Celebrate Africa’s Humanity and use the tournament to unify, encourage and develop South Africans – and ultimately Africans.In another 2010 milestone, Nelson Mandela returned to Robben Island, where he was incarcerated for 18 years, to mark his 89th birthday last year.The celebrations featured a star-studded line-up of about 50 past and present football superstars who took part “90 Minutes for Mandela” match at the Newlands Stadium in Cape Town on 18 July.Power to bring people togetherAccording to Madiba, football on Robben Island was more than just a game. It was seen as a sport for survival. “It helped uphold the values of tolerance, of inclusiveness and reconciliation, and of non-racialism and peace that are still dear to all of us today.”“Today is indeed an extra special birthday for me, as I have been given this wonderful gift of a football match played in my honor,” Mandela said in a recorded message before the match. “This match is more than just a game – it symbolises the power of football to bring people together from all over the world, regardless of the language they speak or the colour of their skin.”South Africans have a history of rising to the occasion – and of all the challenges the country has faced in the past, none is greater than those the country has already overcome.In 2010, Madiba will be 92, and staging a successful World Cup will certainly go a long way to celebrate and thank him for the human being that he is.Source: BuaNews
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Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest For DuPont Pioneer Account Manager Trent Brisby’s territory in Northwest Ohio, the time to chop silage is just around the corner. He visits with the Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins about things to think about before silage harvest begins. He also covers the variability of crops in his area and reveals an update to the Encirca Services app in this week’s DuPont Pioneer Field Report.