Normal Functioning Of Courts Restored In Karnataka Except In Seven Districts

first_imgNews UpdatesNormal Functioning Of Courts Restored In Karnataka Except In Seven Districts Mustafa Plumber15 Jan 2021 4:11 AMShare This – xExcept Seven districts in the State of Karnataka, normal functioning of the Courts as existed prior to 15th March 2020 in all the Districts is restored. A modified Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) issued by the Registrar General of the Karnataka High Court, on January 12, states that “Except in the following seven districts i.e.,1) Bengaluru Urban, 2) Bengaluru Rural,…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?LoginExcept Seven districts in the State of Karnataka, normal functioning of the Courts as existed prior to 15th March 2020 in all the Districts is restored. A modified Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) issued by the Registrar General of the Karnataka High Court, on January 12, states that “Except in the following seven districts i.e.,1) Bengaluru Urban, 2) Bengaluru Rural, 3) Chikkaballapura, 4) D.K. Mangaluru, 5) Mysuru, 6) Shivamogga and 7) Tumakuru, the rest of the Districts in Karnataka are having less than 200 of COVID-19 active cases for last about 10 days. Therefore, the normal functioning of the Courts as existed prior to 15th March 2020 in all the Districts except the aforesaid seven Districts is restored.” The revised SOP for the districts where normal functioning of the courts has been restored following steps will have to be followed. 1) That every person who enters the court premises shall be subjected to thermal scanning and checking about the symptoms. 2) Wherever it is possible, two separate entrances shall be provided to the court complexes, one entrance for the Lawyers as well as staff Members and the other one for the Litigants, witnesses and others. 3) Sanitizers shall be provided at all the entry points. 4) Use of elevators/lifts shall be restricted to 50% of the capacity excluding the lift operator. 5) Wearing of masks is compulsory in the courtrooms, Bar Association Premises, offices as well as in the court compound. Anybody found not wearing a mask shall be immediately required to leave the premises. 6) Those who are having symptoms of COVID-19 shall not be allowed entry inside the court Complexes. 7) Advocates, Litigants, Witnesses, Police personnel etc., shall maintain social distancing in the Court premises, offices, Bar Association Premises as well as in the courtrooms. 8) In order to avoid congestion in the premises of the Bar Associations, the restriction of removing half of the chairs inside the premises of the Bar Associations shall continue. 9) It is the responsibility of the Members of the Bar to ensure that the litigants are not unnecessarily called to visit the courts/court premises. The members of the Bar should ensure that their clients visit the court only if their presence is mandatory. The court officials shall have the right to refuse entry to a litigant if it is found that he or she has come to visit the court without any reason. 10) The Bar Associations shall appeal to the litigants not to come to court unless and until their presence is necessary. 11) The restriction on Canteens, use of Xerox Machines, Typing and sitting of Notaries is relaxed. 12) Daily cause list shall be divided into two parts. One will be for morning sessions and the other will be for afternoon sessions, in order to avoid the foot fall of litigants at a time in the Court Halls and Court Premises. However, all cases which are due shall be listed. 13) The present arrangement made for filing of cases outside the offices shall continue. In the seven districts i.e., 1) Bengaluru Urban, 2) Bengaluru Rural, 3) Chikkaballapura, 4) D.K. Mangaluru, 5) Mysuru, 6) Shivamogga and 7) Tumakuru, where the COVID-19 active cases are more than 200, the Spl. SOP which is in force will continue.Click Here To Download SOP[Read SOP]Next Storylast_img read more

Devon Allman, Duane Betts, and Berry Oakley Jr. Host Massive Show For Gregg Allman’s 70th Birthday [Videos]

first_imgDevon Allman, singer/songwriter/guitarist and son of Gregg Allman, debuted his new band, The Devon Allman Project, at The Fillmore in San Francisco, CA on Friday night. The evening was a double celebration as it was also the birthday of the late Gregg Allman. Allman took the opportunity to invite fellow Allman Brothers Band family member, Duane Betts, to share the stage for the evening–as they gear up for a 2018 World Tour together. Following the opening performance from Duane Betts, son of original ABB guitarist/singer/songwriter Dickey Betts, the Devon Allman Project took the stage for the headlining set.From there, the show continued for the “special guests” portion of the evening, with bassist Berry Oakley Jr., son of original ABB bassist Berry Oakley, Cody Dickinson (North Mississippi Allstars), and keyboardist Peter Levin (Gregg Allman Band) holding it down with the core band. Luther Dickinson (North Mississippi Allstars), Robert Randolph, Jimmy Hall (Wet Willie, Jeff Beck, Hank Williams Jr.), Brooklyn Allman, G. Love, Ben Sparaco, Alex Orbison, and Johnny Stachela all traded places throughout the evening, playing through several Allman Brothers Band classics.EXCLUSIVE: Devon Allman Talks Good Times With His Dad & Touring With Duane BettsThe tribute was one of legends, and the perfect introduction of Devon Allman’s new project. The sold-out event served as a celebration of the Allman Brothers Band, with many family members both on and off the stage. The Devon Allman Project will continue with a show at the Florida Jazz & Blues Jam in Boca Raton, FL, and will appear on the Rock Legends Cruise in mid-February. Allman has also announced that he and Duane Betts are plotting a 2018 World Tour, so stay tuned!Check out the Devon Allman Project performing “I’ll Be Around” below, courtesy of firefromtheice:“One Way Out” via Robert Boydston:“Blue Sky” with Duane Betts, and Luther Dickinson from firefromtheiceAt the end of the 4+ hour show, all guests joined the stage for a massive finale. Watch how it all went down below in the video, uploaded by Clint Wesley.Check out the setlist for Devon Allman Project + special guests below.[photo via Devon Allman Facebook]last_img read more

See Aladdin Stars Adam Jacobs & Courtney Reed in the Recording Studio!

first_img Related Shows Adam Jacobs Courtney Reed Star Files View Commentscenter_img A lovable street rat and a beautiful princess rode their magic carpet to the recording studio on March 31! Adam Jacobs, Courtney Reed and the cast of Aladdin assembled at MSR Studios in New York City to record their official cast album, which will be available digitally on May 27 and hit store shelves June 17. The new album will include “Prince Ali,” “A Whole New World,” “Friend Like Me” and hits from the new musical including “Proud of Your Boy” and “A Million Miles Away.” Check out these adorable photos of Aladdin lovebirds Jacobs and Reed and the creative team (from left: music supervisor Michael Kosarin, composer Alan Menken, album executive producer Kurt Deutsch, music producer Frank Filipetti and Disney Records producer Chris Montan) in the studio, then see the beloved Disney film come to life on stage at the New Amsterdam Theatre! Aladdin from $57.50last_img read more

James Watson – Betradar – My ICE 2017

first_img Esports has had some year and it won’t be slowing down in 2017. Nor will Betradar, which fresh off the back of a deal with Dojo Madness, are prepped to have a manic year. James Watson is Head of Esports at Betradar so will be leading the charge. You can catch up with him at ICE Totally Gaming (S1-150) next month, and we took a moment to ask about his ICE experiences and routine.James Watson, BetradarSBC: How I prepare for ICEJames: Preparation for ICE this year has been pretty intense – mainly as we’ve been putting the finishing touches on our esports tournament showcase, the Betradar Esports Invitational. For those who haven’t had the pleasure of organising an esports event before, it’s not as easy as it sounds!Other than that, we haven’t really stopped preparing since ICE last year. As we sit at the intersection between betting, digital media, integrity and audiovisual content, a lot of our focus has been around positioning esports properly in each of these unique market sectors and engaging properly with our clients to pass the right messages onwards to the community.SBC: What I’m doing at ICE 2017James: After the announcement of our DOJO Madness partnership back in November, we’re looking to showcase how live betting should really be working for an esports event. We’ve invited two of the top UK Counter-Strike teams to play a series of matches throughout the show, which we will pair alongside our newly released Live Odds product. Naturally we’re inviting anyone with an interest in esports betting to come and pay us a visit at S1-150 to see what it’s all about.Our aim is to change the way the industry approaches live betting in what is still a new, and sometimes intimidating space. We share the thoughts of our clients that the current market live offer is not up to the same standards as other more mainstream sports; it’s time to put an end to that.SBC: What I’m looking forward to at ICE 2017James: ICE deserves its reputation as the most important date in the trade show calendar and I expect this year will be no different. It’s one of very few opportunities throughout the year to catch up with a lot of business friends in a short space of time, meet a whole host of new personalities and check out what’s new in the sports betting space.Naturally I’ll be casting a keen eye on anything esports related and am looking forward to the innovation that others are making in this space.SBC: Where you will usually find me at ICEJames: Typically I’ll be networking with clients and partners at the Betradar stand, S1-150, but you’ll also find me exploring the floor and checking out the new and innovative products on offer at the show.SBC: Favourite ICE memoryJames: Last year’s ICE was a pretty memorable one for me. At the start of 2016, esports was a fresh buzzword on everybody’s lips and there was a lot of excitement around the recently launched Betradar esports product suite when we took it to ICE. Not only did this open up some new friendships and business relationships, but it gave me the opportunity to showcase what esports is all about to Finnish television.SBC: Typical post-ICE activityJames: After the typical post-ICE networking drinks, most of the coming days will be spent following up on meetings and new contacts made during the show. Honestly speaking, there won’t be much time for resting as our esports products ramp up another gear moving into Q2 2017. Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit Related Articles David Lampitt, Sportradar: F1 presents betting’s most sizeable opportunity August 14, 2020 Sportradar combats social media abuse with player protection solution August 17, 2020 Share Sharelast_img read more

Three Strikes Against Uranus

first_imgUranus has an axial tilt of 98 degrees, giving it the appearance of a bulls-eye as it revolves around the sun.  Its moons revolve comfortably around the planet’s equator.  This unusual arrangement, unique in the solar system, has challenged planetary scientists since its discovery.  A new model accounts for it through a series of gentle bumps from impacts as the planet was forming from dust and gas, but how would one ever test such an idea? Simplistic models of planet formation from an evolving dust disk around a star should end up with all the planets revolving in near-circular ellipses in the equatorial plane, and rotating with axes perpendicular to the plane.  That contradicts a great deal of observational evidence; the planets have varying degrees of orbital eccentricity, orbital inclination, and axial tilt.  Some of these can be explained by subsequent gravitational interactions.  In the last decade or so, based on observations of “hot Jupiters” around other stars, radial migration has been invoked to get gas giants to form in the distant recesses of the dust disk, then move them closer to the star just in time (8/21/2009).  Uranus, in particular, remains a challenge – both getting it to form, and getting it to tip over. Previous theories used a single giant impact to explain the tilt.  Uranus, though, has lower orbital eccentricity than the other gas giants save Neptune, and lower orbital inclination than the other gas giants.  It would seem strange such a collision would not have greater effect on the planet’s orbit or moons, which have relatively circular orbits in the orbital plane of Uranus.  Science Daily noted that problem for the single-impact theory, saying, “the moons of Uranus should have been left orbiting in their original angles, but they too lie at almost exactly 98 degrees.”  What to do? This long-standing mystery has been solved by an international team of scientists led by Alessandro Morbidelli (Observatoire de la Cote d’Azur in Nice, France), who is presenting his group’s research at the EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting in Nantes, France. Morbidelli and his team used simulations to reproduce various impact scenarios in order to ascertain the most likely cause of Uranus’ tilt. They discovered that if Uranus had been hit when still surrounded by a protoplanetary disk – the material from which the moons would form – then the disk would have reformed into a fat doughnut shape around the new, highly-tilted equatorial plane. Collisions within the disk would have flattened the doughnut, which would then go onto [sic] form the moons in the positions we see today. Problem: the model makes the moons end up in retrograde orbits, requiring additional tweaks to the model.  Adding two more impacts yielded a “higher probability of seeing the moons orbit in the direction we observe.”  Problem 2: “This research is at odds with current theories of how planets form, which may now need adjusting.”  If planets formed by accreting small material, the way textbooks have claimed for decades, then “They should have suffered no giant collisions,” Morbidelli said like a worried umpire.  Calling three strikes on Uranus will end the game: “So, the standard theory has to be revised,” he said – as if the planet-maker team was on base already (see 08/06/2004).  In National Geographic’s coverage, Morbidelli said that “So far, this is the only model that explains the equatorial orbits of Uranus’s satellites.”  It comes at a cost of reconsidering the frequency of giant impacts: “But now we show that Uranus has to have been tilted at least twice, so these giant impacts were not exceptional events—they were the norm” – the norm only within the model, that is.  To accept the new model, other modelers will have to worry about creating more giant impactors and getting them to target one another.  Live Science indicated this does violence to the solar system base-running game: Morbidelli’s “monstrous collision” followed by two smaller collisions will have an impact on how planetary scientists must view the sun’s early innings: “The early solar system thus may have been a more volatile and violent place than previously thought, they added.”  That being the case, roller derby may be a more appropriate metaphor than baseball. If you can tweak a contrived, oversimplified model and reproduce the real world, have you proven that’s what happened?  Has the real world been “solved,” as Science Daily claimed?  This is an important problem in philosophy of science – the use of models in theory construction.  Modeling has a long and often successful history in science.  The Periodic Table was a model before it acquired enough empirical data to clinch it.  But that kind of modeling can be tested against real-time observation; modeling planets cannot.  The origin of Uranus, whatever happened, was a one-time, unique event.  For unique events, a model can only show what might have happened; it cannot show what did happen.  The plausibility of a model becomes suspect with (1) implausible initial conditions, (2) an increasing number of ad hoc parameters, (3) simplifying assumptions, and (4) bad consequences for other theories.  Think baseball.  Suppose you can model striking out a batter by imagining air guns along the way to push the pall into position.  That not only calls for contrived conditions; it changes the rules of the game. Morbidelli (the guy who used a miracle to explain planetesimals; see 8/21/2009) wants us to believe his team has solved Uranus, but his model appears to suffer from all four weaknesses.  If Science Daily’s coverage is accurate, he even claimed his model is a fact: “The fact that Uranus was hit at least twice suggests that significant impacts were typical in the formation of giant planets,” he said.  Then he went on to require all the other planetary scientists to change their models because his model needs collisions: he needs three strikes, but their pitchers don’t have the balls, “So, the standard theory has to be revised.”  How’s that for chutzpah.  But the multiple collisions necessary to create the Uranus we see appear so finely-tuned in his model, they appear almost miraculous (again).  If so, it’s doubtful that anything has been gained scientifically by the exercise except that Morbidelli can add another published paper, miracles and all, to his curriculum vitae.(Visited 40 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

Airlines crowing as strong demand kicks off Year of the Rooster.

first_imgGlobal air travel has had a rip-roaring start to the Year of the Rooster with passenger demand growth in January hitting a five-year high and pushing aircraft load factors above 80 per cent.A boost from Lunar New Year celebrations saw January demand 9.6 per cent higher than a year ago with Asia Pacific carriers recording an increase of 10.9 per cent on January, 2016.The International Air Transport Association estimated that holiday traffic contributed up to 0.5 per percentage points to a result that still signalled a robust start to the year. January global capacity growth of 8 per cent lagged demand growth to see load factors climb 1.2 points to 80.2 per cent.“2017 is off to a very strong start, with demand at levels not seen since 2011,’’ said IATA director general Alexandre de Juniac. “This is supported by the upturn in the global economic cycle and a return to a more normal environment after the terrorism and political ‘shock’ events seen in early 2016.” International passenger traffic surged 9.3 per cent in January compared to a year ago, while capacity rose 7.5 per cent to see the average load factor hit 80.3 per cent.Planes were even fuller in the Asia-Pacific, where the load factor rose 1.5 percentage points to 81.4 per cent, but carriers in the region are still reporting intense competition that is keeping a lid on ticket prices.Strong growth of 8.3 per cent was also reported in Europe against “a backdrop of moderate momentum in the Eurozone community”.Middle East carriers reported the strongest growth of 14.4  per cent with load factors rising against the year-ago period for the third consecutive month to hit 79.8 per cent.Latin American passenger demand rose 8.2 per cent with carriers in the region recording the highest load factor 83.7 per cent, while  Africa was up 5.6 per cent.North American airlines experienced the slowest demand growth of 3.2 per cent and the load factor for the region was flat at 80.3 per cent. “Traffic on the transpacific market has continued to trend upwards but North Atlantic traffic growth has weakened since the middle of 2016, reflecting softer demand on UK-US routes,’’ IATA said,Global domestic air travel climbed 9.9 per cent in January with India and China both posting huge increases.India posted its 15th consecutive month of growth above 20 per cent to lead the field with a 26.6 per cent increase on the back of strong flight frequency.China’s domestic traffic growth of 23.2 per cent was its strongest monthly figure since June, 2010.“The timing of the Lunar New year affected the results but ongoing robust expansion in the services sector as well as increasing flight frequency are boosting demand,’’ the report said.Countries with low or negative domestic growth included Brazil (-2 per cent) and Australia (1.1 per cent).last_img read more

Hair Building Fibers Hair Loss Concealer, Great fibres that work well

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Liberty Global has bought into tcommerce technolo

first_imgLiberty Global has bought into t-commerce technology company Delivery Agent. The cable TV group was one of several investors that contributed an extra US$30.5 million (€22 million) to Delivery Agent in a new round of fundraising.
The technology company provides t-commerce services to numerous TV companies including NBCU, Fox, CBS, Discovery and HBO via a proprietary platform.
“Based on Delivery Agent’s proprietary technology platform, we believe the company is well positioned to lead contextually relevant transactional capability across television and other digital platforms, both inside and outside of the US,” said Bruce Dines, VP of Liberty Global Ventures.last_img read more