Top StoriesAmaravati Land Scam Case: Andhra Govt’s Plea Against HC Order Staying SIT Probe- Live Updates From Supreme Court LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK24 Nov 2020 10:55 PMShare This – x…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?LoginLive Updates 25 Nov 2020 12:00 AMNOTE : The SC has not interfered with the HC order staying the investigation into the Amaravati land scam FIR. 24 Nov 2020 11:54 PMSupreme Court list the matter for hearing in January. The SC requests the High Court not to decide the writ petition in the meanwhile. The parties directed to file counter affidavits in the meantime.24 Nov 2020 11:52 PMBREAKING : Supreme Court stays the Andhra Pradesh High Court’s media gag order on reporting or social media comments on the contents of the Amaravati land scam FIR.24 Nov 2020 11:51 PMThe bench is now dictating the order. 24 Nov 2020 11:51 PMDhavan refers to Sahara judgment and says – Media coverage of investigation cannot be stopped, it can be postponed as per this judgment.24 Nov 2020 11:51 PMDhavan : The police had not even commenced investigation. It is only in extraordinary circumstances that investigation can be stayed.24 Nov 2020 11:51 PMDhavan : The writ petition was filed in anticipation of the FIR. It is they who moved the court prematurely. And they are complaining that the FIR was filed on the day of filing of writ petition. 24 Nov 2020 11:51 PMDhavan refers to precedents to state that issue of malafide loses relevance if the complaint has substance.24 Nov 2020 11:50 PMDhavan : Such orders (HC order) cannot be passed. 24 Nov 2020 11:50 PMDhavan : Is there an offence? The materials disclose offence. Was it a knee jerk reaction? No. CBI inquiry was also sought. >Load MoreSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
Submit Betway and Dafabet grow La Liga sponsorship portfolios August 14, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Share ESI Digital – No Drama Please… Esports growth should be treated as business as usual August 20, 2020 SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Share Novak Djokovic’s surprise five-set defeat to Denis Istomin in the second round of the Australian Open has opened the door for Andy Murray to claim a first title in Melbourne.The five-time beaten finalist and world number one is now odds on with the bookmakers to lift the trophy in the Rod Laver Arena on 29 January.However, it is not only Murray that has profited from the Serb’s earliest Australian Open exit since 2006. We caught up with William Hill’s Rupert Adams, Ladbrokes’ Richard Marsh and Betway’s Alan Alger to get their take on the outright tournament market, and find out which players have been shortened the most in light of his defeat.Rupert Adams, Media Relations Manager for William Hill, said: “What was a two-horse race now looks like a one-horse race, with Andy in to 4/5 from 11/8. That said, there is a chance we will see money for Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in the next couple of days, so we could be in for cracking betting heat.”Richard Marsh of Ladbrokes News confirmed that over £3,500 was staked on Murray within three hours of Djokovic’s exit, with Milos Raonic dropping from 16/1 to 6/1, Rafael Nadal from 16/1 to 10/1 and Stanislas Wawrinka to 8/1 from 20/1 earlier in the week.Marsh added: “Nobody foresaw Djokovic’s defeat this morning, but it’s an ace for Murray whose path to a first Australian Open title has just become a whole lot easier. Djoko’s exit has not only blown the tournament wide open, but it’s launched the betting into a frenzy too, with Murray, Raonic, Wawrinka and Nadal all being backed to the hilt.”Alan Alger, PR Manager for Betway, commented: “Novak Djokovic being knocked out of the Australian Open is one of the best results in the book so far for 2017, but Sir Andy Murray can take the shine off that. Murray is always well supported in the betting and those who punted him at pre-tournament odds of 13/8 will be sitting pretty.“The Scot is now odds-on at 5/6 and pretty much every penny gained from Djokovic’s loss looks set to be handed back out if he lands his first Aussie Open. As for those creeping into contention off the back of Djokovic’s shock exit, Rafael Nadal has been hot in the betting. We cut him from 16/1 to 12/1 on Thursday morning, but that wasn’t short enough for punters who have backed him into 10/1.“Interest in backing joint second favourites Stan Wawrinka and Milos Raonic at 13/2 has been mediocre, as it seems punters are preferring to take monster prices on the likes of Dominic Thiem (66/1 into 33/1) and Alexander Zverev (80/1 into 40/1).”
Dalton will finish his Bengals career as the franchise’s career leader in passing touchdowns (204). He also finished second in passing yards (31,594) and completion percentage among quarterbacks with at least 1,000 attempts (62.0).His release saves $17.5 million in base salary for the Bengals in the 2020 season.POWER RANKINGS:Buccaneers, Bills join top tier; Patriots, Bears fall behind after 2020 draft With Dalton’s release, Burrow is almost assuredly going to be the Bengals’ starter at quarterback from Day 1, considering the only other quarterbacks on the roster are former N.C. State quarterback Ryan Finley and Jake Dolegala of Central Connecticut State.Burrow’s 2019 season certainly warrants that confidence; he completed one of the greatest individual seasons in the history of college football, throwing for 5,671 yards and 60 touchdowns while rushing for 369 yards and adding five more scores. He led LSU to its first ever College Football Playoff championship and its first national title since 2007, winning the Heisman Trophy en route.It seems that was more than enough for the Bengals to think he can handle being thrown in the fire right away. The Bengals are releasing quarterback Andy Dalton, per a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter — a move that would indicate Cincinnati is all-in on Joe Burrow being a Day 1 starter.Dalton, a second-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, spent his entire nine years in the NFL with the Bengals. He compiled a 70-61-2 record in Cincinnati, leading the team to the playoffs in each of his first five seasons (2011-15) with four double-digit win seasons. That success diminished greatly in the latter half of his tenure, however: Cincinnati never won more than six games in a season from 2016-19 and missed the postseason each year.
We review the start of the 2019 session with opening day speeches from House Speaker Linda Upmeyer (R-Clear Lake) & House Democratic Leader Todd Prichard (D-Charles City). We also hear extended comments from Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds about her proposed amendment dealing with felon voting rights.
OAKLAND — The Raiders could be staying for one more season in Oakland, as talks have resumed with Coliseum officials, according to an ABC7 News report Friday.ABC7 reported the team and Coliseum officials have resumed talks for the first time since December about playing its final season in Oakland before moving to Las Vegas.Owner Mark Davis stopped talks with Oakland after the city filed a lawsuit against the Raiders and the NFL over the move to Las Vegas. The team’s new stadium in Las Vegas …
Order of Companions of OR Tambo. Order of Mapungubwe. Order of the Baobab. (Images: SA Army) Khanyi MagubaneCuban revolutionary Fidel Castro and astute businessman and former politician Cyril Ramaphosa are amongst the 28 recipients of the prestigious National Orders from the South African government on 27 March.The 28 men and women will be acknowledged by President Kgalema Motlanthe, custodian of the National Orders, as having playing a significant role in South Africa’s advancement in different key areas.Castro, instrumental in leading the Cuban revolution, which overthrew the government of General Fulgencio Batista in the late 1950s, has always had close ties to South Africa.He will be honoured for his contribution to ending racism, colonialism, apartheid and inequality in human society by receiving the Supreme Order of Companions of OR Tambo in Gold.Ramaphosa will be bestowed with the Order of Baobab in Silver, while Professor Kader Asmal, former education minister and human rights activist, will be awarded the Order of Luthuli in Silver.Other recipients include Rebecca Masilela, who played a vital role in helping exiled politicians in Swaziland when they fled to her for refuge.Another role player of the liberation movement, James “Jimmy” la Guma, will also receive the Order of Luthuli in Silver.Speaking at the announcement of the National Orders on 25 March, Director-General in the office of the president Reverend Frank Chikane said those chosen to receive the special awards were “extraordinary people”.“The national orders are prescribed in the National Constitution of the Republic of South Africa that part of the responsibility of the president is to honour extraordinary people in South Africa who serve in one form or another … in making a contribution to the country,” Chikane said.Chikane added this year’s award will be bestowed under the theme “Hope and Resilience,” and form part of nation building to, “seek to heal the divisions of the past and establish a society based on democratic values, social justice and human rights.”Head of the advisory council for the awards, Yvonne Muthien described those receiving the National Orders as outstanding, “[I believe] they are outstanding because they have in some way contributed to making a better life for all for those who live in South Africa.”Muthien shared the announcement of this year’s recipients with Chikane at the event held in Pretoria. Amongst those who will receive their awards at the Union Buildings include the Namibian born Andimba Toivo ya Toivom who will be acknowledged for his contribution to independence and freedom in South Africa and Namibia. A founding member of the Ovamboland People’s Congress, Toiya’s political activities lead to his arrest in 1966 by the South African authorities.He was imprisoned on the infamous Robben Island for 20 years.Toivo will receive the Order of Companions of O.R. in Silver.How the National Orders workFor the 2009 chapter of the National Orders, the Order of Baobab, the Order of Luthuli and the Order of O.R. Tambo will be handed to the beneficiaries.The hierarchy of National Orders is decided upon based on the contribution of the individuals.The Order of Baobab finds its inspiration from the baobab, a tropical African tree.The origin of the name baobab forms part of many African ancient legends and mysteries. Known as having magical properties for Africans, the qualities of the baobab tree is its ability to endure ferocious weather and its longevity.The Order of Baobab is awarded to South Africans for distinguished service, well above and beyond the ordinary call of duty – showing tenacity and resilience.The recipients are individuals who have made a contribution in the struggle for democracy; building democracy and human rights; nation building; peace and security; journalism, literature, arts, culture and music; business and the economy; science, medicine and technological innovation.Divided into three categories, the Order is awarded in the Supreme Counsellor of the Order of Baobab in gold, the Grand Counsellor of Baobab in silver and the Counsellor of Baobab in bronze.The Order of O.R. Tambo is awarded to foreign nationals (heads of state and government) and other foreign dignitaries.It is awarded for friendship shown to South Africa and is regarded as an order of peace, co-operation and active expression of solidarity and support.The Order of Luthuli is awarded to South Africans who have made a meaningful contribution to the struggle for democracy, human rights, nation building, justice and peace, and conflict resolution.It is also conferred in three categories; the Supreme Companion of O.R. Tambo (gold), Grand Companion of O.R. Tambo (silver) and Companion of O.R. Tambo (bronze).The Order of Luthuli is given to South Africans who’ve made a meaningful contribution to the struggle for democracy, human rights, nation building, justice and peace, and conflict resolution.It’s named after the late Chief Albert Luthuli, who is widely regarded for his vision to see African people participate fully in the socio-economic and political development of South Africa.The legendary liberation struggle leader became the first African recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1961.Other National Orders, which will not be awarded this year, include the Order of Mapungubwe, Order of Ikhamanga and the Mendi Decoration for bravery.The first orders were bestowed in 2003. Some notable recipients of the National Orders include musicians Abigail Kubeka and Dorothy Masuka, American musician Harry Belafonte, pioneering ANC leader John Dube and recent winner of the Commonwealth prize for best African novel, Mandla Langa. The symbols for the different National Orders were decided by a panel of academics and specialists versed in indigenous symbols and symbolism.They were asked to identify key factors and elements that denote the collective and inclusive history and experience of Africa with South Africa as the main point of reference.Do you have any comments or queries about this article? Email Khanyi Magubane at: [email protected] Related ArticlesUN lifetime award for Tutu UK honours top SA nurse World honour for SA Botanist Judge Sachs in honoured in NY Useful LinksSouth African National OrdersDepartment of Arts and CultureAlbert Luthuli biographyO R Tambo biography
Cape musician Johannes Coetzee specialises in playing the guitar using a teaspoon as a plectrum. (Image: Solms-Delta) • Solms-Delta lives a transformation ethos • Gallery: South Africa’s rich and colourful heritage • Using the arts to build an inclusive South Africa • South African music • The history of South AfricaNdaba DlaminiThe Solms Delta wine estate in Franschhoek, in the Western Cape, goes by a tag line that says the farm is much more than just a wine estate. True to its word, Solms-Delta does not only produce classical wines, but classical music as well.The wine estate is located in the picturesque Franschhoek Valley, a valley dominated by imposing mountains and spectacular vineyard vistas. Many centuries gone by, the natural beauty of the valley may have struck many a San or Khoi musician, compelling them to come up with a song or two marvelling at the scene. Music van de CaabToday, the musical rustle of the grapevine leaves may lend credence that long-gone San and Khoi musicians may be strumming some musical notes of yore and giving support of the Music van de Caab, a Cape music project established by Solms-Delta owner Mark Solms to revive the culture and spirit of the original dwellers of Franschhoek Valley. School children are taught to play various musical instruments by music teachers at the Cape Rural Music Centre. (Image: Solms-Delta)When Solms bought the farm in 2001 he realised that he has to do quite a lot to address the social and economic inequalities of the farm workers around the Cape Winelands. After a lot of research, he decided to establish a trust which he called the Wijn de Caab Trust that would provide financial assistance for education at all levels, private healthcare and assist those in distress.The Cape Rural Music CentreIn 2007, with the help of local musician Alex van Heerden, the Trust initiated a Cape music project with the aim of creating a sense of inclusivity among the Winelands community. The Cape Rural Music Centre, after much research, was built at Solms Delta Wine Estate and has managed to capture and revive the indigenous music of the different cultures of the Winelands. Children from the Cape Rural Music Centre perform at the Solms-Delta Harvest Festival. (Image: Solms-Delta)Rich musical heritageMany cultures have contributed to the heritage of Franschhoek Valley. The original inhabitants – the San and the Khoi – were long ago joined by other groups from all corners of the world. The resultant blending of cultures has produced a rich musical heritage which the children attending the Cape Rural Music Centre are attempting to revive. The Franschhoek Valley is renowned for its rich musical culture which has a heavy San and Khoi influence. (Image: Solms-Delta)Learning to play musicMost days after school, children from Solms-Delta Wine Estate and surrounding wine farms converge at the centre to attend classes run by music teachers. All children are provided with instruments to play and take care of as their own. They learn to play the guitar, the trumpet, the trombone and the ghoema drum. To top it all, they also learn music theory, how music is written through notation and codes. A child learns music notation and code at the Cape Rural Music Centre. (Image: Solms-Delta)Oesfees FestivalAfter much lots of learning writing music, blowing on trombones and banging of drums, children at the music centre prepare each year for the Solms-Delta Harvest Festival, or Oesfees Festival, where they are given the platform to rub shoulders with seasoned musicians on stage. The festival is a celebration of the music of the Cape and draws people from the Western Cape and beyond. The Oesfees Festival is a celebration of Cape music and features music groups from the Franschhoek Valley and surrounds. (Image: Solms-Delta)Museum van de CaabMuseum van de Caab tells the story of Delta Farm, well before Solms bought the wine estate. It tells the history of Delta Farm, starting from the very beginnings of human settlement on the farm, through pre-colonial pastoral usage of the land, the establishment of private ownership through colonial viticulture, the scars left by slavery and apartheid until the present day. It also tells the stories of individual farm workers, giving the original dwellers, the San and Khoi – a living face. Visitors to the Museum van de Caab can discover the origins of Cape music through interative displays. (Image: Solms-Delta)Recently, a musical exhibition opened at the Museum van de Caab featuring touch-screens showing interactive displays. Each interactive displays has its own audio, and a display case containing instruments such as the bow lute and an oil-tin blik kitaar is on show. The musical exhibition traces the origins of Cape music, particularly the music of the Khoi and San. Khoi and San musical instruments like leg rattles made from Springbok ears or moth cocoons are also showcased.The museum is open seven days a week and admission is free. For more information contact Solms-Delta on 021 874 3937 or email [email protected]
Chandigarh, Jul 26 (PTI) A teenage shooter from Haryana is struggling to procure a gun licence to import the weapon from Germany in time and take part in youth Asian cup at Indonesia in September. The 15-year-old girl hailing from Jhajjar, Manu Bhaker, has claimed to have completed all necessary formalities for procuring the gun license. “My daughter has been selected in the junior national team to take part in the youth Asian championship in September this year in Indonesia. She will be competing in the U-19 category in two events,” her father Ramkishan said over the phone. “While she does not require a license in the 10m category, but to be able to participate in 25m shooting event, she needs to procure her own pistol and needs a licence for the sports pistol,” he said. Ramkishan claimed they had applied for the license in May and the file is now lying in the office of Deputy Commissioner, who is away for a training program. “After receiving a communication from National Rifle Association of India about her selection for the Indonesia event, we applied for the license in May. To procure license, we had to apply in the Jhajjars Deputy Commissioners office,” he said. “Our file for licence, meanwhile, was sent to the Superintendent of Polices office in Jhajjar, who gave his recommendation and necessary clearance on June 27-28. Since then the file is lying in Deputy Commissioners office as we were told that he is away on training programme,” he claimed. Ramkishan said that his daughter, who is a Class X student, has to procure the gun on rent from Germany and the procedure takes about 6-7 weeks, which will only begin once the licence is given. “We only want that the procedure should be expidited and licence issued at the earliest,” he said. He said the girl is a budding shooter and was also part of the Haryana team in a championship held in December last year in Pune. Meanwhile, Jhajjars Deputy Commissioner was said to be on a training programme till August 11. Jhajjars Additional Deputy Commissioner, Amna Tasneem said that she had joined only last week and the matter has just come to her notice. “I will look into it and expedite it,” Tasneem said. PTI SUN ATK ATKadvertisement
The Australian Men’s National Training Squad will train in Sydney this weekend as they prepare for the 2014 Trans Tasman Series in April next year. The camp is the first opportunity for the Australian Men’s Open contingent to train together since the announcement of the squad in June, in the lead up to the series which will be played at Mudgee’s Glen Willow Regional Sporting Complex from Friday, 25 April to Sunday, 27 April 2014. The Men’s Open team will be hopeful of reclaiming the division back from New Zealand, following their 2-1 series loss at the 2013 Super Trans Tasman Series in Auckland in February. Stay tuned to www.austouch.com.au for all of the latest news and information on the Australian teams in the lead up to the 2014 Trans Tasman Series. Be sure to also follow Touch Football Australia on our social media pages:Facebook – www.facebook.com/touchfootballaustraliaTwitter – www.twitter.com/touchfootyausYouTube – www.youtube.com/touchfootballaus Instagram – search for ‘Touch Football Australia’Related LinksAussie Men’s Camp
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Southampton midfielder Ward-Prowse: Sloppy defending cost Man City defeatby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveSouthampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse admits they paid for “sloppy” defending in defeat to Manchester City.Saints were behind inside ten minutes when David Silva converted namesake Bernardo’s cutback, by which time the goalscorer had already been denied by a fine save from Alex McCarthy.Saints responded well and deservedly drew level through Pierre-Emile Højbjerg, but succumbed to two goals in the dying minutes of the first half that ultimately decided the game, before skipper Højbjerg was dismissed late on.“It’s a disappointing result, obviously. I think we started the game poorly and didn’t quite get into the flow of the game,” Ward-Prowse said.“I think we showed glimpses in the first half of what we’ve been working on as a team, pressing high, and the goal came from that.“I felt we were right in it, but two unlucky, sloppy goals at the end of the first half killed the game.“When you give a team like that those sorts of opportunities and chances, they’re going to run away with it, which they did.”