Man rescued after getting into difficulty at Creevey Pier

first_img Facebook News A man had to be rescued off Creevey Pier in Ballyshannon yesterday after it was reported that a man was seen in the water.The casualty had been thrown from his boat when the steering wheel broke.He was spotted by two local fishermen who raised the alarm with the coastguard and then the Bundoran RNLI lifeboat was tasked to the scene.Speaking after the rescue, Colm Hamrogue, Press Officer for Bundoran Lifeboat says the man had a very lucky escape.[podcast][/podcast] WhatsApp Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal WhatsApp Google+ 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Man rescued after getting into difficulty at Creevey Pier Google+ Twitter By News Highland – October 13, 2010 center_img Pinterest Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Pinterest 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Previous articleDeputy McHugh to discuss security issues with the north’s Justice ministerNext articleCouncillor calls for FAS funded Community Employment Schemes News Highland Facebook Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

Delay In Raising Juvenility Claim Is No Ground For Rejection Of Such A Claim: Supreme Court

first_imgTop StoriesDelay In Raising Juvenility Claim Is No Ground For Rejection Of Such A Claim: Supreme Court LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK20 March 2021 1:21 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court observed that the delay in raising the claim of juvenility is no ground for rejection of such a claim.Such a claim can be raised at any stage, even after the final disposal of the case, the bench comprising Justices Indira Banerjee and Krishna Murari observed.The court was considering an application filed by one Isha Charan who has been convicted along with others under…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 Supreme Court observed that the delay in raising the claim of juvenility is no ground for rejection of such a claim.Such a claim can be raised at any stage, even after the final disposal of the case, the bench comprising Justices Indira Banerjee and Krishna Murari observed.The court was considering an application filed by one Isha Charan who has been convicted along with others under Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code and sentenced with imprisonment for life in relation to an incident which took place on 30-11-1982.In her application, she placed reliance on a school certificate, to contend that his date of birth  is 08-10-1965 and on the date of the occurrence i.e. 30-11-1982 she was only 17 years, 1 month and 22 days of age.”The plea of juvenility had possibly not been taken before the Trial Court as the trial was concluded and the applicant Isha Charan was convicted before the Juvenile Justice(Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000 was enacted. However, Section 2(k) of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000, defines a “juvenile” or “child” as a person who has not completed eighteen years of age. A person who was a juvenile at the time of commission of offence is entitled to the protection. The claim of juvenility may be raised at any stage, even after the final disposal of the case as held by this Court in  Abuzar Hossain @ Ghulam Hossain vs. State of West Bengal reported in (2012) 10 SCC 489. The delay in raising the claim of juvenility is no ground for rejection of such a claim. Similar view has been taken in numerous subsequent cases of this Court.”, the court said.The court also noted that Section 2(k) of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000, defines a “juvenile” or “child” as a person who has not completed eighteen years of age. A person who was a juvenile at the time of commission of offence is entitled to the protection, it said.The court, therefore, directed the District and Sessions Judge, Siddharth Nagar, Uttar Pradesh is directed to conduct an inquiry into the juvenility of the applicant Isha Charan and submit a report to this Court within one month from date. The court also directed that she be released on bail on such conditions as may be imposed by the District and Sessions Judge, Siddharth Nagar, Uttar Pradesh.Similar application moved by a co-accused Vijay Bahadur was also allowed.Case: Ram Chandra vs. State of Uttar Pradesh [SLP (Crl)  8633/2017]Coram: Justices Indira Banerjee and Krishna MurariCounsel: Sr. Adv S.R. Singh, AOR Sarvam Ritam Khare, Adv T.S. Sabarish. Citation : LL 2021 SC 172Click here to Read/Download OrderRead OrderSubscribe 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

Saddleridge fire calms down, heavy rains on East Coast

first_imgABC News(NEW YORK) — A new storm system is developing in the southern Plains and will move east over the next few days bringing a threat of flooding to the South with rain and gusty winds in the Northeast. This morning, a storm system is back in the High Plains with the warm front stretching all the way through the Gulf Coast. Some rain will develop along this warm front today and get heavier into tonight and tomorrow.On Tuesday morning, the center of the storm system will move into the southern Plains as the warm front lifts north from the Gulf of Mexico bringing lots of tropical moisture to the area, this will result in heavy rain moving over the same areas from Louisiana to Georgia.In the next 48 hours, parts of the South could see up to 4 inches of rain which could cause flash flooding in some areas. y Wednesday, the storm system will move up the East Coast and could combine with another storm system to bring heavy rain and gusty winds for the Northeast from Washington, D.C., to New York City and Boston. Flooding is not expected but this could change.Winds are finally subsiding in southern California and humidity is moving up the coast.Because of better weather conditions over the last 24 hours, firefighters were able to get a better handle on the Saddleridge Fire in the San Fernando Valley.The Saddleridge Fire is now 42% contained with nearly 8,000 acres burned. All evacuation orders have been lifted.All red flag warnings and wind alerts have expired because of higher humidity and lower wind speeds.The green area in the map below shows higher humidity all over the coast, even in inland areas with light winds.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Union Secretary resigns for “personal reasons”

first_imgCai Wilshaw, who was elected unopposed to the position of Oxford Union Secretary, has decided not to take up his position for Michaelmas. The decision was made on the morning of Tuesday 11th June, and means that the member of standing committee with the highest number of votes in the last election, in this case Roberto Weeden-Sanz, succeeds Wilshaw as Secretary.In a statement to the Cherwell, Wilshaw confirmed that he had declined the role. Wilshaw said: ‘For personal reasons, I will not be taking up the position of Secretary next term. I have had a brilliant time in the Union and have made some fantastic friends. I wish all the best to my successor and everyone else on committee in Michaelmas.’Outgoing President Joey D’Urso confirmed Wilshaw’s departure, stating that ‘In accordance with Rule 38(a)ii and 38(f), Cai has decided not to take up the position of Secretary in Michaelmas.’Rule 38(a)ii states that ‘Resignations from Office or from the Standing Committee must be sent simultaneously by email to the President and to any person next in line to succeed’, whilst Rule 38(f) confirms that, as Secretary-designate, die or resign then ‘his death or resignation shall be deemed, for the purposes of this Rule only, to have taken place immediately after his succession to Office.’D’Urso went on to say that ‘[he] would like to thank him very much for his hard work on Standing Committee, especially the Eurovision party he organised and his excellent speech in the sixth week banking debate. Roberto Weeden-Sanz is next in the line of succession and has thus been offered the position of Secretary, which he has accepted. I am confident Roberto and the rest of next term’s committee will do a fantastic job.’A post in the Facebook group ‘Overheard at Oxford Uni’ recently described this as ‘the dirtiest Union election in living memory’, and, in the aftermath, a series of thirteen tribunals were launched, all of which were subsequently withdrawn.last_img read more

Metaldyne in Fremont shutting down, 60 jobs lost

first_img Google+ Metaldyne in Fremont shutting down, 60 jobs lost Google+ Facebook WhatsApp WhatsApp Pinterest By Network Indiana – October 28, 2020 0 583 An auto parts maker in northeastern Indiana is shutting down, leaving more than 60 people without jobs.Metaldyne BSM LLC has notified the state that it is closing its plant in Fremont by the end of the year. More than 60 workers will lose their jobs.Metaldyne, a subsidiary of American Axle & Manufacturing, makes auto parts including connecting rods and crankshaft pulleys, according to Inside Indiana Business.In a notice to the state, Metaldyne blamed the plant closure on the the “loss of viability and sustainability of the plant operations.”Production workers will be laid off in late December, according to IIB. A few staffers will stay at the plant until it is permanently closed in June.center_img Twitter Facebook Twitter IndianaLocalNews (“Unemployment Office” by Bytemarks, CC BY 2.0) Pinterest Previous articleSouth Bend man, 59, found with head trauma at Roseland bar victim of homicideNext articleWhat to do with Indiana’s almost 5,000 untested rape kits Network Indianalast_img read more

Hoosier state assessing housing needs in effort to attract, retain jobs

first_img Hoosier state assessing housing needs in effort to attract, retain jobs WhatsApp Google+ Facebook Google+ Twitter (Photo supplied/ABC 57) The state is jumpstarting a comprehensive plan to analyze housing needs as the Hoosier state tries to attract and retain its workforce.Governor Eric Holcomb says having enough housing for an increasing number of workers in the state is a challenge. He says the state created approximately 28,000 more jobs in 2020 than the previous year, which is why housing is included as one of the five pillars of his 2021 legislative agenda.In response to that growing need, the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority has created the Housing Working Group to create a comprehensive overview of the state’s housing supply. Pinterest IndianaLocalNews Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter By Network Indiana – December 26, 2020 0 327 Previous articleDr. Box: New strain of COVID-19 in Britian isn’t cause for alarm hereNext articleWarming up for the weekend weather Network Indianalast_img read more

LOCKN’ Announces Spafford For 2018 Lineup

first_imgToday, LOCKN’ Festival continued its act-by-act lineup announcement with the news that Spafford will be headed to Infinity Downs and Oak Ridge Farm in Arrington, Virginia, this summer. The Arizona jammers will hit the festival’s main stage on Sunday, August 26th, at 2:30 p.m. ahead of performances by Dead & Company, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Sheryl Crow, and Blues Traveler (plus one other act that has yet to be announced). This will mark Spafford’s debut at the high-profile music festival, scheduled for August 23rd through 26th of this year.Since the festival’s first lineup announcement—the highly anticipated news that Dead & Company would finally make its debut at LOCKN’ with four sets across Saturday and Sunday—the event has been slowly but steadily announcing a number of other big-draw artists on its bill. Spafford’s announcement comes on the heels of the announcement of two sets of Joe Russo’s Almost Dead and Keller Williams’ Grateful Gospel earlier in the day. For more information or to grab tickets to LOCKN’, head over to the festival’s website here. [Photo: Dave Vann]last_img read more

A warning for youth

first_imgSenior author S. Bryn Austin, a professor in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, noted that reputable physicians do not recommend the type of dietary supplements analyzed in this study. Many of these products have been found to be adulterated with prescription pharmaceuticals, banned substances, heavy metals, pesticides, and other dangerous chemicals. And other studies have linked weight-loss and muscle-building supplements with stroke, testicular cancer, liver damage, and even death.“How can we continue to let the manufacturers of these products and the retailers who profit from them play Russian roulette with America’s youth?” Austin said. “It is well past time for policymakers and retailers to take meaningful action to protect children and consumers of all ages.”This study was funded by the Ellen Feldberg Gordon Fund for Eating Disorders Prevention Research and the Strategic Training Initiative for the Prevention of Eating Disorders. Yongjoo Kim of Harvard Chan School was also a co-author. Related Vitamin D may slow progression of metastatic colorectal cancer Daily or weekly dose had greatest benefit for those with significant deficiency Encouraging results prompt planned evaluation in large phase 3 trial Study confirms vitamin D protects against colds and flu Consumption of dietary supplements sold for weight loss, muscle building, and energy was associated with increased risk for severe medical events in children and young adults compared with consumption of vitamins, according to new research led by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The study, published today in the Journal of Adolescent Health, found that these types of supplements were linked to nearly three times as many severe medical outcomes as vitamins in young people.“The FDA has issued countless warnings about supplements sold for weight loss, muscle building or sport performance, sexual function, and energy, and we know these products are widely marketed to and used by young people,” said lead author Flora Or, a researcher with Harvard Chan School’s Strategic Training Initiative for the Prevention of Eating Disorders. “So what are the consequences for their health? That’s the question we wanted to answer.”The researchers looked at adverse event reports between January 2004 and April 2015 in the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Adverse Event Reporting System on the food and dietary supplements database. They analyzed the relative risk for severe medical events such as death, disability, and hospitalization in individuals aged 0 and 25 years that were linked with the use of dietary supplements sold for weight loss, muscle building, or energy compared with vitamins.They found that there were 977 single-supplement-related adverse event reports for the target age group. Of those, approximately 40 percent involved severe medical outcomes, including death and hospitalization. Supplements sold for weight loss, muscle building, and energy were associated with almost three times the risk for severe medical outcomes compared with vitamins. Supplements sold for sexual function and colon cleansing were associated with approximately two times the risk for severe medical outcomes compared with vitamins.last_img read more

Panel analyzes India’s elections

first_imgTags: bharativya janata party, BJP, CWIL, hinduism, India, india elections 2014, karie cross, panel at saint mary’s on india, pradeep naravanan, sonalini sapra, srishti agnihotri On Wednesday, Saint Mary’s hosted a panel on the 2014 elections in India as part of International Education Week, sponsored by the Center for Women’s Intercultural Leadership (CWIL) and the department of political science. The panel was called “India 2014: Assessing the Elections and Beyond.”Contributing to the panel were four presenters, including Srishti Agnihotri, a graduate student in International Human Rights Law at Notre Dame, Sonalini Sapra, assistant professor in political science at Saint Mary’s, Karie Cross, a Ph.D student in political science and peace studies at Notre Dame and Pradeep Narayanan, head of research and consultancies at Praxis Institute for Participatory Practices in India. Chair of political science at Saint Mary’s Marc Belanger helped to facilitate the discussion.Agnihotri began the panel discussion as the first presenter, focusing on the context surrounding India’s 2014 elections. She spoke of India as a multi-party parliamentary system, with 543 available seats in the congress. The significance of this election was due to the fact that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won the majority, holding 282 seats, which has not happened since 1984, Agnihotri said.The reason the BJP was able to get so many seats was due to “changes that arose between the 2009 election and the 2014 election that diminished public opinion of the government,” which “was due to a series of a high-profile scandals,” she said.“The public began to see the regime as corrupt, and what could have been defended by public policy, the government seemed to be completely mute,” Agnihotri said.Agnihotri also brought up the reasons the leader of the BJP, Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayeeas, was able to gain popularity.“He was a self-made man, who had very good public speaking skills … but under his leadership, the BJP was able to channel the sense of dissatisfaction, due to corruption, inflation and the increase of rapings, into political action,” she said.The second panelist presenter, Cross, changed the tone of the panel to focus on religion in India’s election, describing the significance of Hindu nationalism and how it had been utilized by politics in the past.Cross discussed how there were two ideas about running the government in regards to Hindu nationalism.“Hinduism is not just a religion, but it gives India its distinctive national identity … and that others do not have to convert but adapt and accept the sameness of the nation’s interest,” Cross said. “This was against the idea that all religions should have an equal pull in the state and focus on diversity and inclusion.“There would be a problem because the minorities could lose their security to practice their own cultures” Cross said. “Incidents of religious tensions and riots in Gujarat that were possibly led by the new PM, Modi, reveal this loss of security. This was overshadowed by Modi’s focus on economic growth, which was largely accepted, and shows that the economy is being more valued than humanity.”Cross also looked to different areas in India, such as the northeast, where there is an even larger diversity.“Problems of sameness promoted by Hindu Nationalism reveals that the conditions of people in the northeast will degenerate,” she said.Narayanan, who joined the discussion via Skype, spoke of the different influences effecting participation and voters in the 2014 Indian election.“What is shaping elections today is a bit of danger, which comes from the Americanization of the Indian election … the rise of the power of money and how it is able to influence how politics are brought out into the public domain and change the narration of debates,” Narayanan said. “My main point is that in 2009, the government was not voted out by the people, because big corporate lobbies were in favor of the government.”According to Narayanan, corruption within the system stems from inequity, which is the main problem.“Because corruption is being addressed without looking at equity technical solutions being made cannot fix the situation,” he said.The final presenter, Sapra, described the environmental policies in the post-election period.“I want to emphasize that it is not just the modern government that has not taken environmental policy seriously, but previous governments as well did not fulfill any of their promises of environment sustainability,” Sapra said.Sapra spoke of how the government’s focus on economic development overshadowed the environmental concerns.“Businesses would more often support the focus of economic interest, but many critics would stress that it is hard to separate the environmental concerns from the needs of the Indian people,” she said. “Coal mining is increasing in India, which is affecting more people because it is by the process of strip mining.“India has long maintained that it has not been largely responsible for emissions thus far and so should be able to industrialize,” she said.However, Sapra spoke of positive initiatives to clean up India that can act as generative solutions to the environmental concerns.“By 2019, the holy city of Varanasi is to be cleaned … it is interesting how initiatives are being taken up by local communities and religion,” she said.last_img read more

University announces valedictorian, salutatorian for class of 2018

first_imgThe University announced the valedictorian and salutatorian for the class of 2018 in a press release Thursday. Senior Andrew Grose will be the 2018 valedictorian and will deliver the valedictory address at the Commencement ceremony, while senior Harisa Spahić will be salutatorian and deliver the invocation as well as the valedictory address if Grose is unable to do so.Originally from Sheboygan, Wisconsin, Grose earned a 3.997 overall grade point average (GPA) as a member of the Glynn Family Honors Program and will graduate with a Bachelor of Sciences degree in preprofessional studies and a major in Spanish, according to the press release. An “early inductee into the Notre Dame chapter of Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society,” the press release said, he will pursue a master’s degree from Notre Dame. After receiving his master’s, Grose plans to work as a doctor in the “global public health setting, with a focus on underserved rural communities in both the U.S. and Central America.”According to the release, Grose worked for the non-governmental organization Libras de Amor in El Salvador this past summer through the International Summer Service Learning Program. He spent the previous summer studying Spanish history and film in Toledo, Spain. Additionally, he received the Jose Tito Siguenza Award for Service to Hispanic Youth in April 2018, the James T. DiNardo Award as outstanding junior science preprofessional student in January 2017 and the Department of Preprofessional Studies’ Samuel J. Chmell, M.D., Award, which the department awards each year to a student who “demonstrates a high level of academic achievement, exemplary character and integrity,” the press release said.Grose was also a four-year member of the University marching band’s drumline and the Dean’s List, and volunteered with multiple service organizations in the Michiana area throughout his time at Notre Dame.Spahić, the salutatorian, is a native of Granger, Indiana. According to the press release, she will graduate with a major in biochemistry and minors in anthropology and science, and she recently won the 2018 Daniel and Anne Crossen Pre-Medical Student Award from the Office of Preprofessional Studies. A Marshall Scholar finalist with a 4.0 GPA, Spahić will enroll at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in the fall.According to the release, Spahić, another early inductee into Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society and four-year Dean’s List member, conducted research in “the Cancer Neurocognitive Translational Research Lab, where she was the head undergraduate research assistant for two years, and the Clark research lab, where she studied protein folding in E. coli cells.”Spahić also participated in several service programs while at the University, taking on a leadership role in Habitat for Humanity and volunteering with other groups such as the Social Justice in American Medicine Club, the Timmy Global Health Notre Dame chapter and the Center for Hospice Care, the press release said.According to the release, the University selects the valedictorian and salutatorian through an application process amongst “the top three students in each college or school with the highest grade point averages.” The students must receive letters of recommendation from faculty members a write a draft of their potential Commencement speech before a selection committee chooses the two from a group of finalists.Tags: class of 2018, Commencement 2018, Glynn Family Honors Program, Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, salutatorian, valedictorianlast_img read more