News UpdatesKarnataka HC To Examine Scheme Framed By Karnataka State Bar Council For Distributing Rs 5 Crores Among Needy Advocates Mustafa Plumber1 Sep 2020 11:23 PMShare This – xThe Karnataka High Court has said it will examine the scheme formulated by the Karnataka State Bar Council for distributing the amount of Rs 5 crore, received from the State government, to needy advocates.A division bench of Chief Justice Abhay Oka and Justice Ashok S Kinagi said “We direct Karntaka State Bar Council to place a copy of the scheme framed on August 26, on record of this…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 Karnataka High Court has said it will examine the scheme formulated by the Karnataka State Bar Council for distributing the amount of Rs 5 crore, received from the State government, to needy advocates.A division bench of Chief Justice Abhay Oka and Justice Ashok S Kinagi said “We direct Karntaka State Bar Council to place a copy of the scheme framed on August 26, on record of this court. As observed in earlier order, the scheme has to be a fair and transparent scheme, considering the fact that the amount of Rs 5 crore transferred by the government constitutes public money. Additional Advocate General (AAG) is also directed to address the court on the nature of the scheme.” The direction followed after Advocate Anil Kumar appearing for the Advocates Association of Bengaluru raised objections to the scheme. He said “The KSBC circular states that only male advocates are entitled for the amounts. Further, those who are enrolled before 1/01/2010 and should have not crossed the age of 40 years are eligible. They are targeting the age group of 35-40 years. No junior advocate is entitled for the relief. On the previous date of hearing the court had said the scheme must be presented to the court, they have not followed the orders. Thus the scheme is faulty.” Advocate Nataraj G appearing for the KSBC said “On earlier occasion, framed scheme who enrolled subsequent to 1/01/2010. We already paid an amount of Rs 5,000. After this grant, we are streamling those advocates who were enrolled prior to 1/01/2010. Since advocates registered after 1/01/2010, have already got financial assistance therefore this scheme is being framed. Since we are calling upon the advocates register before January 1, 2010, a large number of advocates will make applications.” He submitted that he would place the scheme on record of the court for further consideration. Advocate Chetan Munnoli appearing for the Advocates Association of High Court at Dharwad bench informed the court that “Till now Rs 40,000 has been collected by the association. Many seniors have paid salaries to their clerks during the pandemic, in that view they have not contributed to this cause. However, we will still try to collect some more amount and help the clerks.” The bench in its order said “As observed earlier more amount will have to be collected by the association. Counsel for advocates clerks association at dharwad has stated that he will submit a list of advocate clerks who are not attached to any particular lawyers and have received remuneration from advocates so that those clerks who were paid remuneration will be submitted. After receiving the list of clerks who badly need assistance the association should distribute the amount in a fair and transparent manner.” The state government also informed the court that it has disposed of the representations made by the Belgavi bar association and the Advocates Association at Dharwad. They have been directed to approach the state bar council for seeking financial assistance to its members. It has also not sanctioned a separate amount for Advocates’s clerks and has directed the bar council to set apart some amount for needy advocates clerks, out of Rs 5 crore granted for the benefit of Advocates. The bench said “State to place on record the decision taken to not grant separate amounts to advocate’s clerks and decisions taken on representations made by Bar associations, so that the court can examine whether the state has given any reasons.” The court has now posted the matter seeking financial assistance for needy advocate’s clerks for further hearing on September 7. Click Here To Download Circular[Read Circular] Next Story
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… Teams urged to be at venue 15:00hrsAFTER being postponed previously, due to the inclement weather, this year’s Hamilton Green Cup Inter-Ward/Village 9-a-side Knockout Football Tournament has tomorrow as the new date for the conclusion of the annual event.The final will be played at the Den Amstel ground, West Coast Demerara and according to coordinator Lennox Arthur they are busy getting the venue prepared to host what is anticipated to be an exciting battle for the coveted first prize and trophy.The day’s activities will start with the staging of the quarter-finals, before the respective winners collide in the semi-finals to determine the two finalists.The opening salvo will see Mahaicony take on Bagotville and many believe the anticipated fireworks in this game could set the tempo for the remaining encounters.In the game to follow, Timehri do battle with Charlestown and this too promises to be a sizzling affair.John Steele, Andy Higgins, Prince Pollard and Dexter Welcome will lead Timehri’s charge for victory, while Keiron Solomon, Jamal Cozier, Solomon Austin and Jermin Junor will attempt to secure Charlestown’s spot in the semisTyrone Khan’s Soesdyke then tackle Liliendaal in the next encounter.Pouderoyen then take the field against Sophia and the former might need all the home support then can muster to get past their opponents, especially with Peter and Ernie Smith and Jermaine Nedd in their lineup.Goed Fortuin collide with De Kinderen in the next game with Ashley and Anthony Harding, Courtney Liverpool and Michael Trapp, the key for victory, while Colin Henry, Adrian Johnson and Steffon Coleman anticipated doing the same for De Kinderen.Adrian Aaron, Joshua Brathwaite, Lennox Cort and Tevin Curry will lead Bourda Blues in their encounter against Mocha, who will have in their lineup the likes of Orville and Dorville Stewart along with Rollex Smith and Kevin Gordon.Den Amstel Back Street host Zeelugt and this encounter should bring out large home support.In the final quarter-final game, Uitvlugt tackle Vreed-en-Hoop in what is a fitting feature.Jamal Harvey, Trayon Bobb, Jamal Petty, Seon Bobb and Louis Primo will be the driving force behind Uitvlugt’s pursuit of a win, while Curtis Garraway, Trevon Adams, Seon Stephens and Jamal Mounter will be responsible for Vreed-en-Hoop’s chances of progressing.Teams will be battling for a chance to claim the John Fernandes $300 000 first prize and Prime Minister Trophy, while the second-placed team will take away the Courtney Benn-sponsored $100 000 and trophy.Among the sponsors so far are Techno mills, Ready Mix, Sataur Gafoor, E.C. Vieira, BEV Enterprises, BK International, IPA, New Thriving, Ricks and Sari, E-Networks, Starr Computers, NAMILCO, Sparta Family, Cummings Electrical, National Sports Commission, Star Entertainment, Alfro Alphonso, Guyana Police Force, GuyOil, Minister of State, Prime Minister and Ministry of Legal Affairs.
At least eight students from Renaissance Charter School in Cooper City had to be taken to a hospital after reportedly eating what one of them called “candy,” according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office.Sergeant Donald Prichard says that one of the eight students brought the item onto campus.He adds,“Their conditions were not life-threatening. There was no indication anyone was poisoned.”The parents were notified and the students, who range in age from 10 to 12, were treated and released.It was not immediately known what the “candy” contained, although the Broward Sheriff’s crime lab will make that determination.No criminal charges have been filed, although Prichard adds that the investigation is ongoing.
A mandatory 9 pm to 6 am curfew has been placed on the town of Palm Beach.Officials announced the news Monday to help with efforts to combat the Coronavirus.The curfew is slated to go into effect on Tuesday and remain until further notice.The CDC is also asking businesses, night clubs, restaurants, and places of worship who wish to continue operations to scale back their capacity level to 50 people at a time.The president, however, is suggesting that businesses scale back their capacity 10 people.Access to public buildings is being limited and it is suggested that if you are planning a trip a public building that you call ahead.All public beaches on Palm Beach, however, have been shut down.
Miami Marlins’ Giancarlo Stanton, right, reaches second base on double as Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman Neil Walker (18) awaits the throw during the first inning of a baseball game in Miami, Sunday, July 28, 2013. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)MIAMI (AP) – The Pittsburgh Pirates managed only one win against the team with the NL’s worst record.They hope to fare better versus the team they’re chasing in the division.Gerrit Cole was outpitched Sunday in an all-rookie duel against Jose Fernandez, and Pittsburgh lost to the Miami Marlins 3-2.The Pirates went 1-2 in the series and 5-5 on a three-city trip, and they now head home for a five-game set against the St. Louis Cardinals, who lead the NL Central with the best record in the majors.“I think the Cardinal series has been on a lot of the fans’ dockets for some time now,” Pirates manager Clint Hurdle said. “I anticipate seeing a very faithful Pirate crowd there Monday.”The Pirates have the second-best record in the NL, but they’ve lost 12 of their past 22 games, and Fernandez (7-5) wasn’t inclined to help them get going again.The 20-year-old All-Star had a team rookie record 13 strikeouts, and allowed five hits and two runs in eight innings. He walked none and threw 97 pitches, 74 for strikes.Cole (5-4) was nearly as good. He allowed three runs and struck out eight in seven innings, but Giancarlo Stanton put the Marlins ahead to stay in the sixth with his 13th home run.“The home run was a bad pitch, and he deposited it like he should,” Cole said. “That pitch was really inexcusable there in a tie ballgame.”Stanton also doubled, walked and scored twice for the Marlins, who had six hits.Steve Cishek gave up a single and a walk in the ninth, but retired Garrett Jones on a grounder for the final out to earn his 22nd save in 24 chances.Fernandez’s strikeout total broke the Marlins’ rookie record of 12 held by Josh Beckett. He struck out every player in the starting lineup, and he fanned the side in the third and fifth innings.“This was kind of a statement game for him, where he knew he was going up against another solid pitcher, and he wanted to outdo him,” Marlins manager Mike Redmond said.Like Fernandez, Cole was a first-round draft pick in 2011. He has allowed less than four runs in all nine starts.“He’s a great pitcher,” Fernandez said. “His stuff is good. I saw it hitting, and I didn’t like it.”Ditto regarding Fernandez, Cole said.“When you go up against a guy like him, you feed off each other,” Cole said. “He goes out and strikes out the side, and I’m going to out there and try to do the same thing. You love that competition and you want the best out of the other person. He was better today.”Fernandez improved to 5-2 with a 1.87 ERA over his past 10 starts, and lowered his ERA for the season to 2.71. When his face was shown on the video board before the ninth inning, the crowd of 24,207 roared, and he waved his cap from the dugout.“That was an impressive outing by him,” Hurdle said, “and an impressive outing for our guy.”The Pirates scored their only runs in the second inning. Pedro Alvarez led off with a single and came home on Russell Martin’s double. Martin stole third and scored on a two-out single by Clint Barmes.Miami made it 2-all in the fourth when Stanton walked, Logan Morrison singled, Ed Lucas singled home a run and Donovan Solano hit a sacrifice fly.Notes: Pirates C Michael McKenry, who tweaked his left knee Saturday, was awaiting results of a doctor’s evaluation. C Russell Martin was back in the lineup after suffering a minor injury to his left knee Friday. … Pittsburgh RF Jose Tabata started after being held out of the starting lineup for three games because of a sore right forearm. … Pirates CF Andrew McCutchen was given a rest. He pinch-hit in the eighth and popped out.
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To help with the charge Mallard’s Source For Sports selects the LVR Junior Bombers as Team of the Week.The team includes, back row, L-R, assistant coach Ghez Naka, Sydney Zondervan, Lara Lammers, Marley Watt, Devyn Parker(C), Jayden Roch and coach Val Gibson.Middle Mariah Sopow, Erica Augsten, Korynn Weber,Kyley Mirva and Savanna Dawson. Front, Sabine Stroich, Lynnea Carr(C), Abby Cowan and Brynn Forsey. The staff and management at Mallard’s Source For Sports look no farther than the Fairview campus of L.V. Rogers High School and the Junior Bombers Basketball squad for the latest edition of Team of the Week.The Bombers have been busy building confidence for the final push at the West Kootenay Junior Girl’s title.
Three government functionaries are expected to face public hearings about audit reports from the General Auditing Commission (GAC), the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of the Legislature has announced.Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC), Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) and the Ministry of Finance have all been invited to appear before the Joint Legislative Committee to answer to questions about alleged financial malpractices at their respective institutions.According to a statement issued by the PAC, the hearings begin with the Ministry of Finance on May 21-26, 2014 on several different financial matters ranging from Fiscal Outturn in 2008, Consolidated Financial Statement 2010-2012 to the Ministry’s Duty Free Program from 2006-2009. PAC further that the Ministry will account for an alleged L$22 million missing check from government coffer while the Administration and Expenditure from 2005-2007 of the Ministry remains unaccounted for.Current and former ministers, deputies and assistants including comptrollers of the entities mentioned have all been requested to attend, the statement said.Relative to LPRC and LEC, the statement maintained that LPRC management needs to address itself to a debt statement of 2006-2008 involving MOTC and the company. LEC is also expected to explain financial transactions linking the entity to malpractices as indicated by the GAC. PAC has conducted hearings on several government entities including National Port Authority, Robert International Airport, Ministry of Gender and Development among others.Recommendations from previous hearings are expected to be validated by both plenary of the Legislature in order to be submitted to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for actions.The PAC received a budget support of US$500,000 from the World Bank to conduct public hearings on all audit reports submitted to that body by the GAC.Many financial experts now question the independence of the committee when majority of its members are either senior partisans affiliates of the ruling Unity Party.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
There will be a special sitting of the Letterkenny District Court tonight (Sunday) to hear cases from the rally weekend.Gardaí dealt with a high number of arrests in the past three days following various incidents in and around Letterkenny. Forty-one people were arrested on a busy Saturday night and sixteen arrests were carried out on Friday. Offences included public order, misuse of drugs, dangerous driving, drink driving, assault and the assault of a Garda member.A small number of those cases are expected to come before the special court sitting tonight.Special court sitting to be held after rally weekend arrests was last modified: June 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)