News UpdatesTamil Nadu Advocate General Declines Consent To Initiate Contempt Proceedings Against Thuglak Magazine’s Editor, S. Gurumurthy Sparsh Upadhyay1 April 2021 6:40 AMShare This – xThe Advocate General of Tamil Nadu on Wednesday (31st March) declined to grant consent to initiate Criminal Contempt (of Court) proceedings against Thuglak magazine’s editor, S Gurumurthy for his remarks, which were made in connection with High Court and Supreme Court judges at a public meeting. Senior advocate S. Doraiswamy, who is practicing in the Madras High Court sought 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?LoginThe Advocate General of Tamil Nadu on Wednesday (31st March) declined to grant consent to initiate Criminal Contempt (of Court) proceedings against Thuglak magazine’s editor, S Gurumurthy for his remarks, which were made in connection with High Court and Supreme Court judges at a public meeting. Senior advocate S. Doraiswamy, who is practicing in the Madras High Court sought to initiate contempt proceedings against Gurumuthy by alleging that on 14th January, Gurumurthy made a statement which amounts to criminal contempt as defined in Section 2 (c) of the Contempt of Courts Act, 1971. In a public meeting, organized to commemorate the anniversary of Thuglak Magazine, Gurumurthy had commented that “the judges who are now in the court, the judges who are in the Supreme Court, are all appointed by politicians. Many Judges have come by going through someone, referred by someone and falling at the feet of someone. This is one of the things we should be very sad about today, if judges are appointed on merit, this will not be the case.” Declining to grant consent, Advocate General Vijay Narayan observed that no case for criminal contempt was made out against Gurumurthy as the statement was made impromptu at a question-and-answer session and the very next day, a clarification had also been issued by him. “If the statement is read in its entirety, it would be seen that there was no intention to either scandalise the Court or to interfere with the administration of Justice.” The AG further noted that “Though some of the remarks pertaining to Judiciary could have been avoided, the statement taken in its entirety was meant to explain the systemic flaws and delays in the enquiry, investigation, administrative, executive and legal process and it was also based on the personal experience of the respondent in pursuing certain cases against politicians.” Advocate General Narayan also referred to a counter-affidavit filed by Gurumurthy in connection with the matter while noting that Gurumuthy’s remarks were made in response to a question posed by a reader. “It was in this context that the answer was given and it was never the intention of the respondent to denigrate the court of the judicial system in any manner but the response was meant to explain the systemic flaws and delays in the enquiry, investigation, administrative, executive and legal process,” read the order. Consequently, the Advocate General opined that no case was made out to initiate Criminal Contempt Proceedings against Gurumurthy. Click Here To Download OrderSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
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32SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Wendy Moody Wendy Moody is a Senior Editor with CUInsight.com. Wendy works with the editorial team to help edit the content including current news, press releases, jobs and events. She keeps … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details Prevents impulse buyingJust as some take down an entire carton of ice cream when feeling blue, others hit the mall and go crazy. If you’re going through a hard time, take a minute and really think about things in your life that you are grateful for. It can’t be all bad! Remind yourself of what’s good and focus on the positive. Spend quality time with loved ones, enjoy the sunshine, and think of other sources of happiness in life, beside spending money. That way you can find contentment without reaching in your wallet.Reminds you to give backWhen you’re appreciative of the little things in life, you will be more aware of those less fortunate. Instead of splurging on something new for yourself when you have free time, find ways to volunteer instead. Do you really need that new purse or television? Chances are the answer is no. So instead of adding more “things” to your life, decide to help others who have little or nothing.Keeps you on trackWhen you are grateful and satisfied in life, you feel more excited about the future. You are also more patient which is incredibly valuable when working toward a certain financial goal. Gratitude keeps us motivated and helps us to think long-term about what we need to maintain a comfortable and happy life.
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Mayor Geefre Alonsabe ordered themunicipal police station to set up checkpoints, inspect motorcycles andconfiscate noise-enhancing mufflers. ILOILO – Noisy motorcycle mufflers arebanned in Alimodian, Iloilo. Many residents have been complainingabout these noisy motorcycle mufflers, especially at night, according toAlonsabe. A municipal ordinance banning these mufflersimposes a fine of P150 to violators. Last week, 16 motorcycles wereapprehended. Their mufflers were seized and destroyed. “Disturbogid sa mga pumulyo. Bisan ako nagakakibot sa pagkagahod sang mufflers,” said Alonsabe. “We started our operation againstnoisy mufflers on the first week of December. We are warning all motoristsnot to use noisy mufflers because we will confiscate them,” said PoliceLieutenant Danilo Noca, municipal police chief./PN
Ardara is the place to be on Saturday 10th August for the exciting Ardara Show Day.Get your entries in online at www.ardarashow.comThe summer event is one of Donegal’s top agricultural shows. It draws people of all ages to the village to enjoy great competitions and top entertainment. This year, attendees will be treated to music from David James on the Show Field and The Duck Street Jam Band at The Nesbitt Arms Hotel for Show Night.It’s a day not to be missed! The official opening takes place at 12noon, led by Cllr Anthony Molloy.Buses will be available to bring the public to the Show Field all day at the Diamond in front of The Nesbitt Arms Hotel. Did you know that the Ardara Show is over 100 years old? Here, the organisers take a look back at the fascinating history of the event:Written by Tommie OWhat would a pound buy you in the in the early years of the twentieth century?As it turns out quite a lot. It would provide enough flour for a sizeable family for several months. It would buy a coat a shirt and a pair of boots for a boy aged six or over. And if you were the winning team in the 1907 Ardara Shows Tug-o-War team it would cover the cost of thirty pints of the good stuff plus a few “half-wans” to celebrate your victory long into the night.You might even be joined by the runners-up on the day, who themselves had more than enough in ten shillings to drown their sorrows.As one approaches the show grounds at Sandfield Ardara the sight of the marquee resplendent in white against the stunning backdrop of this unique landscape the stomach tightens with anticipation.The second Saturday in August is a special day in the “Town of Festivals” as the annual Ardara Agricultural Show takes place under the auspices of the South West Donegal Agricultural and Industrial Show Ltd. Tug Of WarCon SweeneyBernie, John and BernieTug a war team Cloughboy (in the 40s)Hughie Mooney, Hilda Hanlon and Pat GaviganArdara HotelWhile various sources disagree, according to the newspapers of the day the inaugural Ardara Show took place on 1st of July 1904 at Woodhill, “kindly granted to the committee by Mrs. McNelis of The Nesbitt Arms Hotel”.As far as one can be sure this would have been on the Home field, which until recent years was the location of the shows for many years. According to newspaper accounts of the time “an interesting programme of athletic sports, horse jumping and driving competitions” took place.The then Parish Priest of Ardara; Rev Daniel Stephens was the president of the committee and was, along with the committee secretary, Mr Michael McNelis congratulated on being “untiring in their labours” in relation to the event.First President of the Show 1904, Fr. Dan StephensEntries on the day came not just from the local area, but from as far afield as Carrick, to the west and Doochary to the east, a fair journey considering that by in large the fasted mode of transport was likely to be horse drawn. In fact, in 1904 the number of cars registered in the entire country of Ireland was a mere 38. Interestingly, in many ways there is little difference between the fare on show in 1904 and what we will see this year on August 10th at Sandfield, with one or two exceptions. While cows, sheep and horses still dominate today’s shows, weaving, once a major section, is all but gone. Pigs and fowl do not enjoy the status they once did.Derek McNelis and Gregory BoydHilda Baskin & Donal Haughey manning the flower sectionCertainly, the knitting section has changed drastically as there is unlikely to be any entries for the ladies knitted petticoat or indeed “knicker hose” in this year’s entries. But you never know! In case you’re interested, the winner of this prestigious award, and four shillings the better for it in 1904 was a Miss Annie Boyle from Lugnagillew in Glenties.The sporting element was very important in the early years of the show with events such as the 220-yard dash for boys up to 16 years and for the more seasoned athlete, the 440-yard flat race and Championship of the Union event. Also included was the Donkey Derby, an event many would like to see return.Peter O’Donnell and Danny Haughey at the Ardara ShowGrainne Gavigan and Victoria BaskinThe Whelan’s enjoying the Ardara showWe even provide the big screen for the matchJohn McGillClare MolloyThe show continued for a few more years before a long hiatus of twenty years between 1907 and 1927. Political unrest on a global stage as well as economic issues closer to home caused further breaks until a strong resurgence in the fifties.In the past few decades the show has gone from strength to strength with various committees adding to the event each year. This year is no exception, with the development of social media platforms including our own site. www.ardarashow.com where you can submit your entry online. So 21st Century!This year our marque is expanding to provide space for artisans and craftspeople to show their wares for your delectation. Poultry too is making a comeback with a special display of many breeds on the day.The Gate Men at the Ardara ShowRain doesn’t stop the fun at the Ardara ShowBirds Eye View of the Ardara ShowAs always, our regular exhibitors will make a welcome return with the ever-popular dog show sure to be a huge hit.To round things off the famed Duck Street Jam Band will help you dance the night away in The Nesbitt Arms on Show Night.We have included a selection of photos old and new to remind you that the Ardara Show is a wonderful celebration of community, in the broadest sense of the word. We welcome you all, friends old and new to Sandfield on Saturday 10th August for a day to remember.Photos courtesy of Bart Whelan, John McConnell and private sourcesFascinating history of Ardara Show recalled ahead of 2019 event was last modified: July 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)Tags:agricultureardara showeventsfarmingThings to doWhat’s on?
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Jon Scheve, Superior Feed Ingredients, LLCCorn and beans rallied last week because rain swept through the Midwest slowing harvest. In select areas where harvest is behind, processors are bidding up for grain. It’s unlikely these basis bumps will last long, but some lucky farmers who managed to harvest some grain early could benefit.The slow harvest progress may help corn from sliding all the way back to lows from two weeks ago. I doubt beans will be as lucky. There are just too many in the fields and as they get harvested it could be too much for the market to deal with. Collecting bean carryOn 8/30 the November to July bean spread was a 49-cent premium. With all of my bean sales hedged against November futures, I was concerned about the current low basis levels. Since I can store all of my 2018 harvested beans and I have all of my beans sold, I moved my sales forward to capture the 49-cent carry. I did this by buying back my November beans futures and immediately sold July bean futures for 49 cent higher.As always, as long as the crop is sold, the price level of the bean futures trades doesn’t matter. Only the spread value matters when collecting the carry because the sales are still in place. What does it cost to hold the beans in the bin that long?Since I could sell the beans immediately at harvest, there is a cost to hold grain and not pay down my operation note. That 49 cents enables me to collect 6.125 cents per month until summer when basis levels may be better (49 cents per 8 months of holding from November-July).Assuming a $7.50 per bushel cash value in southeast Nebraska this week and a 6% operating note, it costs me 3.75 cents per month to hold the grain in the bin. With the 6.125 cents carry premium, I’m actually making a guaranteed 2.375 cents per month on the carry to hold the beans (6.125 carry premium – 3.75 loan interest). That would mean I can guarantee myself 19 cents of actual profit to hold the beans until summer. What about basis risk?Basis could get worse if the crop is bigger than estimated and futures have a large rally and trade issues don’t improve. So, I still have basis risk. Another contributing factor is the upcoming South American growing year. While a crop failure may cause a futures price spike, it doesn’t guarantee a basis rally. How China, who consumes 60% of the world’s beans, would handle any bean shortages from South America during this trade war becomes a big factor. If the trade issues remain unresolved well past the election and China refuses to accept U.S. bean imports, basis values may go down further.That’s a lot of unknowns that are impossible to predict. While I know I have risk with the basis I’m going to instead look at historical trends for the basis in my area. Those trends support the notion that bean basis usually improves after harvest. If that happens, my bean profits will also increase. The importance of separating futures, market carry and basisCollecting market carry is one of the least risky ways to guarantee additional profits for my farm operation from storing grain. While I didn’t set the basis in the example above, I could have set basis in July for the same levels as current harvest delivery, which would have guaranteed me those 19 cents of profits. Historically, it’s been more advantageous to wait until further in the future to set the basis, so I made the decision to wait on setting a basis or even picking a location that I will sell cash beans to. That is why I continue to keep my sales in place using July futures.In hindsight I’m very glad I sold 100% of anticipated 2018 bean production last February when November futures were $10. With what I know today, that was a good decision. I’m also pleased I was able to add the additional 49 cents of market carry to my sale price too. At the time of the trade above that had been the highest carry I’ve seen in the bean market in the last 10 years.The example above illustrates why it’s so important to look at the futures price, market carry and basis separately within a grain marketing strategy. These factors move independently of each other, and if considered separately, it’s possible to maximize the potential opportunity within each one, offering the best farm operation profit potential. Jon grew up raising corn and soybeans on a farm near Beatrice, NE. Upon graduation from The University of Nebraska in Lincoln, he became a grain merchandiser and has been trading corn, soybeans and other grains for the last 18 years, building relationships with end-users in the process. After successfully marketing his father’s grain and getting his MBA, 10 years ago he started helping farmer clients market their grain based upon his principals of farmer education, reducing risk, understanding storage potential and using basis strategy to maximize individual farm operation profits. A big believer in farmer education of futures trading, Jon writes a weekly commentary to farmers interested in learning more and growing their farm operations.Trading of futures, options, swaps and other derivatives is risky and is not suitable for all persons. All of these investment products are leveraged, and you can lose more than your initial deposit. Each investment product is offered only to and from jurisdictions where solicitation and sale are lawful, and in accordance with applicable laws and regulations in such jurisdiction. The information provided here should not be relied upon as a substitute for independent research before making your investment decisions. Superior Feed Ingredients, LLC is merely providing this information for your general information and the information does not take into account any particular individual’s investment objectives, financial situation, or needs. All investors should obtain advice based on their unique situation before making any investment decision. The contents of this communication and any attachments are for informational purposes only and under no circumstances should they be construed as an offer to buy or sell, or a solicitation to buy or sell any future, option, swap or other derivative. The sources for the information and any opinions in this communication are believed to be reliable, but Superior Feed Ingredients, LLC does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy of such information or opinions. Superior Feed Ingredients, LLC and its principals and employees may take positions different from any positions described in this communication. 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A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Related Posts jolie odell Tags:#Facebook#web Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Last week, we were chasing our tails in giddiness over HipHop, a newly open-sourced PHP runtime developed in house at Facebook.Today, amid the rabid excitement over Google Buzz, Facebook quietly pumped some more code into the world. XHP is a new way to write PHP that “augments the syntax of the language to both make your front-end code easier to understand and help you avoid cross-site scripting attacks,” according to Facebook engineer Marcel Laverdet. “XHP has enabled us to build better websites faster; our Lite site was written entirely with XHP.”Here’s what a few developers, including PHP creator Rasmus Lerdorf, had to say about it.Lerdorf describes XHP as “a new PHP extension today that supports inlining XML… It adds an extra parsing step which maps inlined XML element to PHP classes.“The main interest, at least to me, is that because PHP now understands XML it is outputting, filtering can be done in a context-sensitive manner.”He also comments on XHP’s significant performance issues and speculates how XHP would work specifically at Facebook.“Running XHP on plain PHP is definitely out of the question. But, knowing that Facebook uses APC [alternative PHP cache] heavily and looking through the code (see the MINIT function in ext.cpp) we can see that it should play nicely with APC… So, when you combine XHP with HipHop PHP you can start to imagine that the performance penalty would be a lot less than 75% and it becomes a viable approach.”Meanwhile, over at Hacker News, Wikispaces creator James Byerswrites, “For me, XHP is far more interesting than HipHop. And I say that as someone who administers a pile of single-application CPU-bound PHP servers. This completely and forever changes the templates-vs-just-PHP debate, and I’m glad – it’s the kind of evolution PHP needs to continue to be taken seriously.”Tipjoy co-founder and current Facebook engineer Ivan Kirigin also chimes in with strong praise, saying, “XHP rocks so [expletive deleted] hard, it isn’t even funny. It is just so much better than alternatives.“IMHO, It is the only PHP tool I use at Facebook that is better than alternatives in other languages. I’m looking at you, Django templates! The notation perfectly represents the objects, with no cruft associated with object oriented programming. That is really rare.”Here’s XHP on GitHub, and here’s the documentation wiki. Take a look, and let us know what you think in the comments! The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos
By Gladys Lawrence, AFCPE-FINRA Foundation Military Spouse Fellowship InternEvery year more than a billion dollars in life insurance benefits go uncollected mainly because beneficiaries do not file claims. How can military families ensure that their loved ones collect the money that they intended their beneficiaries to have?Keep life insurance policies in a safe place. A safe deposit box, safe, or designated home filing system is recommended. Ensure that one or more trusted people also have access to insurance documents, if military families chose to put them in a safe or safe deposit box. These people should have a separate key. This is a small but important point: check to see that all keys to box actually work properly. If life insurance policies are put in a safe, make sure one or two other trusted persons have the combination to the safe.Advise service members to make a list with the names of the insurance companies, phone numbers, policy numbers, pay off amounts, and the name(s) of beneficiaries. Use this form from Rutgers Cooperative Extension to record important financial data. File this list away and let trusted family or friends know about it or physically given another copy to them. Policyholders can also put a copy in their safe deposit box or safe.Remember, taking a few simple steps now can save a service member’s family money and stress during a very vulnerable time in their lives.This post was published on the Military Families Learning Network Blog on August 2, 2013
Ohio State Scarlet and Gray DaysUpdate: We’ve got another Scarlet and Gray Days preview to show you. This one features Braxton Miller, wide receiver. Like what you see, @OhioStAthletics fans? Don’t miss “Scarlet & Gray Days” at 7 p.m. ET Wednesday. #InsideOSU http://t.co/CYarPB7qKE— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) August 18, 2015Earlier: The Ohio State football program is the subject of a new Big Ten Network show that’s focusing on the Buckeyes’ 2015 training camp. The show, Scarlet and Gray Days, is set to debut Wednesday at 7 p.m. E.T. on BTN. Thanks to Land Grant Holy Land, we’ve gotten a sneak peek at one of the scenes from the first show. In this scene, Urban Meyer is addressing his players. “We will not go into Game 1 in Blacksburg, Va., not nine strong,” he says. Urban Meyer: “We will not go into Game 1 in Blacksburg, VA not ‘nine strong’ … That’s absolutely not negotiable.” http://t.co/y39urFk7T6— Land-Grant Holy Land (@Landgrant33) August 17, 2015Ready for the fall, Buckeye fans? Ohio State opens its season Sept. 7 against Virginia Tech at 8 p.m. E.T. The game will be televised on ESPN.