News UpdatesAdvocate Appears In “Baniyan” (undervest) On VC Hearing, Rajasthan HC Adjourns Matter Sanya Talwar24 April 2020 8:42 PMShare This – xIn an interesting development, the Rajasthan High Court on Friday adjourned a Bail plea on account of inappropriately dressed counsel in a “baniyan” (undervest) during the Videoconference hearing.Affronted by the advocate’s “inappropriate” attire, the Single Judge bench of Justice Sanjeev Prakash Sharma adjourned the hearing and observed that Lawyers must appear in proper uniform during…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?LoginIn an interesting development, the Rajasthan High Court on Friday adjourned a Bail plea on account of inappropriately dressed counsel in a “baniyan” (undervest) during the Videoconference hearing.Affronted by the advocate’s “inappropriate” attire, the Single Judge bench of Justice Sanjeev Prakash Sharma adjourned the hearing and observed that Lawyers must appear in proper uniform during Video Conference hearings.”Learned counsel for the petitioner was contacted through video conferencing he was found to be wearing Baniyan. This court has already observed that during this pandemic where court functioning is being done through video conferencing lawyers must appear in proper uniform” the Court noted.The Court further observed that even though in-person hearings have been replaced with VC hearings during the lockdown imposed due to the pandemic, lawyers must maintain decorum while pleading for their clients.”The Advocates Act provides for lawyers to wear uniform while pleading case for their clients” Justice Sharma observed.In related news, the Single bench of Justice Sharma had earlier this month, on April 7, asked the High Court Bar Association to direct all lawyers to appear in their uniforms during hearings via Video conferencing. Notably, a Counsel had appeared in his baniyan on this hearing as well. The Bar Association officials had assured Justice Sharma that he same shall be done.Next Story
By Jay Cook |MIDDLETOWN – Stephanie Murray will once again serve as Middletown’s mayor in 2018.Speaking inside a bustling, packed courtroom at 1 Kings Highway on Jan. 7, Murray was quick to thank her family and supporters, but also expressed appreciation for one of the “hallmarks” of her hometown – its sense of community and dedication to volunteerism.“A community is not just about geography,” Murray said. “A community is about people taking care of each other. Community is about being part of a team.”That was the overriding theme of Murray’s speech to residents after she was sworn in by Freeholder Director Tom Arnone and Monmouth County Sheriff Shaun Golden.Murray succeeds Committeeman Gerry Scharfenberger, a six-time mayor, who led the township throughout 2017. She was re-elected to Middletown’s governing body in November alongside her running mate, Tony Fiore.“Even though this is my third time as mayor, I am as thrilled as I was the first time,” she said. “I am also filled with an even healthier dose of reverence, having learned from the first few times around the block.”Murray, who recently took a part-time job as West Long Branch’s borough administrator, believes experience will help her govern throughout 2018, a year sure to be filled with plenty of decisions and changes for the governing body.In the second half of the meeting, the Township Committee unanimously approved another $25,000 in legal fees to fight the Monmouth County Reliability Project – a $111 million proposal by Jersey Central Power & Light Co. to build a 230kV transmission line along 10 miles of the NJ Transit North Jersey Coast Line commuter rail line from Aberdeen to Red Bank, running through Hazlet, Holmdel and Middletown.Middletown, as the lead agency, has teamed with Aberdeen, Hazlet and Holmdel to form a municipal consortium to fight the project in court. The $25,000 installment is for Bevan, Mosca & Guiditta, P.C., a Basking Ridge-based law firm, which the township retained in 2016 to litigate on their behalf. Maser Consulting, a Middletown engineering firm, was also brought on to the legal team. The four towns have collectively spent nearly $200,000 in legal fees to fight the MCRP.In December, the MCRP’s legal record closed in the Office of Administrative Law, and the project is now in hands of Administrative Law Judge Gail M. Cookson. A residents’ group called RAGE (Residents Against Giant Electric) has also spent nearly $450,000 of their own money for legal fees. RAGE leadership anticipates a decision by Cookson at the end of the month.“We certainly think this is the last payment we have to make and are very optimistic about the outcome,” Murray said. “We’re keeping our fingers crossed but we’ll stay prepared.”Other new projects slated for Middletown in 2018 include a township-operated garbage pickup program and the construction of a new town hall.In his final address as 2017 mayor, Scharfenberger said the new trash policy is the “most high-profile program” for residents this year. The township said the program will help lessen the impact on taxpayers, but some residents have been unhappy with the new service. It went into effect on Jan. 1.“While change can sometimes be difficult and worrisome, we are confident that this move is overwhelmingly the best, most cost-effective choice for Middletown,” he said. “After the system becomes routine, we think residents will agree.”The project to rebuild the town hall complex is expected to make strides this year. Tentative design plans have been drawn up for the $20 million project, which Scharfenberger vowed would be accomplished without impact to taxpayers.Murray said the project will be underway by January 2019 and added news that the township will market a segment of the property for outside development to offset the cost of the major project.Other initiatives the mayor plans to focus on this year include keeping the municipal rate flat after a decrease in 2017, along with expanding the township’s heritage tourism program to include more historic districts in Middletown.“Middletown is not only a hub of education, culture and activity, but the paramount (example) of a successful community,” she said. “Again, this is because of all of you.”A Middletown FirstWith over 350 years of recorded history it’s hard to come across a “first” in Middletown, but volunteer first responders made it happen last week.Surrounded by her family, Kimberly Kraynock was sworn in as the first female chief of any emergency department in Middletown history, after she was elected by her peers from five volunteer companies as the EMS Chief for 2018.Kraynock, a Keansburg resident with 14 years of experience in the volunteer EMS field, said the afternoon was one filled with plenty of emotion.“You never think you’re going to get there, at least in my opinion. You work so hard towards something like this and you don’t really ever expect to get there sometimes,” Kraynock said.“It’s hard to say thanks,” she continued, “so you just have to make sure to do the best you can for your department and the town to make as many improvements as you can.”Kraynock has been with the Port Monmouth First Aid Squad for the past eight years and also spent time in Tinton Falls and with the Lincroft First Aid & Rescue Squad, where her career began.Murray administered the oath of office to Kraynock and the two embraced each other before and after the swearing in. Afterwards, Murray said it was a historic day for Middletown.“I’m so proud, I really am,” Murray said. “I think it’s about time and you’ll be seeing a lot more as time goes by.”Kraynock said she plans to focus more on collective training with all the departments, practicing in active shooter situations and integrating other associations in town to first responders’ events and programs.“There are a lot more female volunteers in your organization than you realize,” Kraynock said with a smile. “It’s about time we start showing that.”This article was first published in the Jan. 11-18, 2018 print edition of the Two River Times.
By The Nelson Daily SportsNorthern Michigan University prospect Ryan Aynsley had three points to allow the Castlegar Rebels to continue its season dominance of the Nelson Leafs, edging the West Kootenay rival 5-3 in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League play Saturday in the Sunflower City.The Rebels won all but one game against the Green and White this season, including a 4-3 decision Friday in Nelson.Castlegar, winners of the Murdoch Division regular season crown in convincing fashion, overcame a slow start to out score the Leafs 4-1 during the final 40 minutes.Nelson had the best start it could want when Marcus Dahl and Braeden Hikichi each scored power play goals less than three minutes apart in the first period.But Arthur Andrews, before the first period ended, and Tyler Robinson, Aynsley and Erik Wentzel, in the second gave the Rebels the lead for good. The second period markers came in a span of five minutes. Taylor Anderson added an empty net marker in the third to conclude the Castlegar scoring. Connor Enright also scored for Nelson.Castlegar out shot the Leafs for the second straight night 31-30.Cole Buckley registered the win in goal for Castlegar, which opens the playoffs against Spokane Braves.Marcus Beesley, playing his 11th consecutive game as starter Darren Hogg continues to sit on the shelf nursing a leg injury, took the loss in goal for Nelson.ICE CHIPS: Nelson concludes the season with a two-game series against Creston Valley Thunder Cats. The series was to have been played in Whitehorse but local organizers decided to switch gears when the WHL accepted an offer to be part of the weekend. Now Vancouver Giants will play the Kamloops Blazers on Hockey Day in Canada. . . .Gavin Currie, out of the lineup with a shoulder injury since the New Year’s Eve game against Spokane, is expected to see some time against Creston. . . .The Leafs open the post season Tuesday, February 15 in Fruitvale against the Nitehawks. Game two is Wednesday with the series switching to the NDCC Arena Friday and Saturday. . . .Castlegar opens against Spokane Monday, Feb. 14 in the Sunflower City. . . .The Rebels meet Grand Forks Wednesday in the Boundary City before concluding the regular season with a home-and-home set against Beaver Valley, Friday in Castlegar and Saturday in [email protected]
THE GRADE III EDDIE D. STAKES (1ST DIVISION) IN POST POSITON ORDER WITH JOCKEYS 7 WEIGHTSRace 6 (of 9) Approximate post time 3:30 p.m. PST Justin Squared: Lightly raced and quick from the gate in a race that would appear to have an abundance of early lick, this Bob Baffert trainee comes off a pair of disappointing finishes in graded stakes, as he was 11th in the Grade II, seven furlong Woody Stephens on June 11 at Belmont Park and most recently, sixth in the Grade I, six furlong Bing Crosby at Del Mar July 31. A scintillating winner of his first three starts, this 3-year-old Kentucky-bred colt by Zensational will hope to get back in the win column in his turf debut. Owned by Zayat Stables, LLC, he’s been ridden in all five of his starts by Martin Pedroza. LADY SHIPMAN: Bred by Randall E. Lowe and owned by Ranlo Investments, LLC, she’s enjoyed another outstanding year, winning five out of seven turf sprints, including her last two. An absolute gem of consistency, Lady Shipman is 19-13-2-2 overall, with nine of her wins coming at as many different tracks. Quick from the gate in all but one of her starts, she has amassed earnings of $896,042. Based most recently at Belmont Park, the Eddie D. will be her first start west of the Mississippi River. Irad Ortiz, Jr., who has won with three out five engagements with her, will fly in from New York to ride. Lady Shipman–Irad Ortiz, Jr.–122Iron Rob–Norberto Arroyo, Jr.–118Richard’s Boy–Victor Espinoza–121Mrazek–Mario Gutierrez–118War Envoy–Martin Garcia–121Clever Royal–Rafael Bejarano–121Justin Squared–Martin Pedroza–118Hunt–Flavien Prat–121Why Two–Kent Desormeaux–121Ambitious Brew–Mike Smith–121La Berma–Santiago Gonzalez–118Also EligiblesForever Juanito–Agapito Delgadillo–121Horse Laugh–Gary Stevens–121 ARCADIA, Calif. (Sept. 27, 2016)–Trainer Kiaran McLaughlin’s talented Lady Shipman will take on a 10 rivals (nine of whom are males) in Friday’s Grade III, $100,000 Eddie D. Stakes, Santa Anita’s Autumn Meet opening day feature at 6 ½ furlongs down the hillside turf course. Oversubscribed, with a total of 26 three year olds and up entered, the Eddie D. will be run in two divisions, with Lady Shipman competing in the first, which has been carded as race six. (Each division will go with 11 runners and two horses on the Also Eligible list).Second, beaten a neck versus males in last year’s Grade I Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint at Keeneland, the 4-year-old Kentucky-bred filly by Midshipman will hope to use the Eddie D. as a springboard to this year’s Turf Sprint, which will be run over the course on Nov. 5. First post time on opening day, Friday, is at 1 p.m. Admission gates open at 11 a.m. For scratches, late changes and complete morning line information, please visit santaanita.com. AUTUMN MEET OPENING DAY CARD OFFERS NINE RACES, FIRST POST TIME AT 1 P.M.; ALL ON-TRACK ATTENDEES TO RECEIVE FREE CALIFORNIA CHROME POSTER –30–
By now you have likely been made aware of the hard feelings 49ers players engendered with their Slip-‘N-Slidefest following Sunday’s 9-0 victory over the NFL’s Washington franchisee.In time, it says here, the team’s launderers will forgive them.Not so the Washington radio crew. As the 49ers expressed sheer ebullience which comes when you go to 6-0 by skunking an outgunned opponent, the tsk, tsk, tsk-ing could be heard in Monticello.“The Niners go sliding as though they were soccer players …
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Juvic fires 69, grabs clubhouse lead MOST READ View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. National U and Ateneo dispute the first Final Four berth in Group A, while University of the Philippines and Arellano U clash for the second semifinals seat in Group B in the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference on Friday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.ADVERTISEMENT LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Read Next Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president National U hopes to cash in on its solid roster led by national player Jaja Santiago and ace playmaker Jasmine Nabor.But the Lady Eagles are going all-out to stop the Bulldogs and boost their bid for the top semis slot behind Kat Tolentino, Jhoana Maraguinot, and Bea de Leon. BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight The Lady Bulldogs will go for a sweep of their group side against a surging Lady Eagles (3-1) at 6:30 p.m.Focus will also be on the 1 p.m. faceoff between the Lady Maroons and the Lady Chiefs with the winner joining the unbeaten Adamson Lady Falcons (4-0) in the crossover semifinals of the event backed by Mikasa and Asics.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutOusted St. Benilde and Technological Institute of the Philippines, both winless in four games, cap the rare triple-bill at 4 p.m.All matches can be viewed live via streaming on www.sports.abs-cbn.com/livestream/pvl. LATEST STORIES Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City
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Man Utd hero Ince: Two better options than joke appointment Solskjaerby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United hero Paul Ince has slammed plans to name Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as caretaker manager.Molde coach Solskjaer is expected to be named United caretaker boss after the dismissal of Jose Mourinho on Tuesday.But Ince says: “The suggestion of Ole Gunnar Solskjær makes me laugh, that has to be a joke. It’s absolute madness.”He also wrote for Paddy Power: “If it was me? I’d pick Steve Bruce today. He’s not working at the moment, and he had seven or eight years at the club. He’s been a very good, and successful manager and he more than many understands what it’s like to be a United player. Yes, he’s been sacked, but we’ve all been sacked before.”Between him and Solskjaer there’s no comparison. Plus, I’d love it to be someone English, and someone who United fans through the ages immediately recognise and say ‘I remember Steve Bruce, what a player he was.'”The only other caretaker candidate I’d choose would be Roy Keane. He’d knock those players into shape in no time, he’s managed, and he’s familiar with the club.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
TagsPremiership NewsAbout the authorIan FerrisShare the loveHave your say Uefa and Premier League liaise over Man City sponsorship dealsby Ian Ferris10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveUefa and the Premier League have agreed to share information from separate investigations into allegations surrounding the sponsorship deal Manchester City struck with the Etihad airline in 2015, reports SportBusiness.Football’s European governing body and the Premier League have been carrying out their own inquiries after allegations surrounding the agreement were published by German magazine Der Spiegel.It was claimed in the magazine that, according to leaked emails from executives involved in the deal, £59.5m (€66m/$76m) that was supposed to have been transferred to the club from the airline was in fact paid directly by City’s owners, Abu Dhabi United Group.The league and Uefa have now agreed to share their information and have also reached an arrangement to share any further information in the future.Uefa has been probing whether such actions may have breached Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules. Just days ago, AC Milan was sanctioned after falling foul of FFP regulations, with the Italian Serie A club told that it faces being banned from European competition for one season if it does not break even by June 2021.According to The Times, Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin expects the outcome of the case to be known “very soon”.