News UpdatesBCDs IT Cell Chairman Writes To Delhi HC CJ, Requesting Him To Allow One Junior Lawyer With Arguing Counsel During Virtual Hearings Karan Tripathi19 Oct 2020 8:45 PMShare This – xThe Chairman of the Bar Council of Delhi’s IT Cell, Mr Rajiv Kgosla, has written a letter to the Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court, requesting him to allow a hybrid system of hearing in all the courtrooms. The hybrid system suggested by Mr Khosla would permit one junior counsel with main counsel during physical hearing on the similar pattern being followed in the cases of…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 Chairman of the Bar Council of Delhi’s IT Cell, Mr Rajiv Kgosla, has written a letter to the Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court, requesting him to allow a hybrid system of hearing in all the courtrooms. The hybrid system suggested by Mr Khosla would permit one junior counsel with main counsel during physical hearing on the similar pattern being followed in the cases of appearance of designated Senior Advocates. Mr Khosla has stated that despite almost every section of society starting to go to their respective works after Unlock 5.0, lawyers and litigants are still waiting to start working in the courts in a phased manner. While highlighting that yet restrictive hearing has caused utter shock and hardship to some lawyers, the letter argues that the hybrid system of hearing would be the best model to satisfy all sections of the Bar who are conflicted between physical and virtual hearings. The letter informs the Chief Justice that an assessment has been sought from an IT expert on the financial requirements for enabling all the courtrooms to follow the hybrid system. As per that report, a total sum of ₹10-12 crores would be sufficient for setting up requisite IT infrastructure in all the courtrooms of the Delhi High Court. The installation of the hybrid system, the letter submits, won’t take more than week and the same would save a large number of lawyers who are finding out extremely difficult to make their ends meet.Click Here To Download Letter[Read Letter]Next Story
FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ind. — Franklin County School Corporation Superintendent, Dr. Debbie Howell announces Mrs. Katie Schneider as November’s Educator of the Month.According to Howell, the Franklin County High School Ag Teacher and FFA Advisor embodies everything an educator should be.Howell also says that Schneider is passionate about agriculture education and invests in her students as well as the community.Mrs. Schneider was nominated by Grace Moster, the Franklin County FFA Secretary.Nomination forms for “Educator of the Month” can be found on the school corporation website at www.fccsc.k12.in.us.
Yet Mourinho has promised to nurture the 21-year-old once his move is complete to a club owned by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, who is Jewish. “It’s not a concern, because we know the club Chelsea is, I know the manager I am,” Mourinho said. “I know that Chelsea’s capable of helping people and making people feel the way we think people should feel, which in football and in life is to be open and respectful to every ethnicity, to every religion. “People have the right to be what they are. Chelsea as a club and me as a manager we will be more than ready to help him.” The incident with Maccabi Tel Aviv took place under UEFA jurisdiction, but Press Association Sport understands anti-discrimination groups will be monitoring the situation. Chelsea announced Salah’s signing on Thursday, subject to the agreement of personal terms and the passing of a medical, with the forward replacing Manchester United-bound Juan Mata in the squad. Chelsea plan to travel to Switzerland to meet Salah to speed up the finer details of the transfer as he is a non-European national and would need a visa to travel to London. Mourinho said: “He’s a non-EC player. He cannot come to England for his medical, so we have to travel to meet him and to have the medical, probably in Switzerland. Press Association During a two-legged Champions League qualifier between the Swiss side and Maccabi Tel Aviv last August, Salah refused to shake hands – instead changing his boots in one instance and bumping fists with his opponents in the other – while there were also comments attributed to him expressing an anti-Israeli sentiment. Salah insisted the comments were fictitious and his actions were a result of external pressures. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes Mohamed Salah is joining the right club to grow as a person and as a player after being caught up in controversy during his time at Basle. “Only after that can we do the paperwork to bring him to the country.” Mourinho lauded the qualities of Salah, who scored in each Champions League win for Basle over Chelsea earlier this season and at Stamford Bridge in the Europa League semi-final second leg last term. The performances also impressed Liverpool. “I like the fact that he can play the same way our attacking players do, which is players with adaptability, to play right, left, or behind the striker,” Mourinho said. “He’s young, he’s fast, he’s creative, he’s enthusiastic. “When we analysed him he looks the kind of humble personality on the pitch, ready to work for the team and to work and to adapt himself to a new life. “We believe if he comes that he will have a similar process to the Willian one. Willian needed two or three months to grow up and to feel comfortable playing for us (following his August signing from Anzhi Makhachkala). “We think with him and (Andre) Schurrle, (Eden) Hazard, Oscar and Willian we will be fine. “We lose an experienced top player like Juan, but we bring in a young player with great potential. “Willian did that transition from his previous world to the top world of football. Hopefully, if Salah comes, he can do the same. “We are ready to help, we are ready to support. “He has some experience in Europe, the Europa League, Champions League, so he’s not a naive boy arriving in the jungle. “Hopefully he comes and hopefully with the talented players we have around in the same positions we all can develop together.”
Jack Colegate (Rochester & Cobham, Kent) and Curtis Griffiths (Wentworth, Surrey), both members of the England A Squad, will represent England Golf in the 111th All India Amateur Championship at Chandigarh Golf Club on 17th – 22nd January. This is the first time for several years that England Golf has sent players to this championship, which has a 36-hole stroke play qualifying competition over the first two days from which the leading 32 players proceed to the match play knockout event. Colegate, 18 (picture © Tom Ward), is an emerging talent on the national scene, having finished tied third in the 2010 Faldo Series Grand Final. Last year, he was fifth in the McEvoy Trophy, equal sixth in the South East Boys Qualifying and joint tenth in the Lagonda Trophy which saw him finish 15th on the Titleist/FootJoy EGU Boys Order of Merit. Griffiths, 18, was an England under 16 cap in 2009 and made his debut as a boy international in last year’s European Boys Team Championships and also helped England win the Boys Home Internationals. A member of the victorious Surrey team in the 2009 Boys County Championship, he enjoyed a successful 2010 in which he finished runner-up in the South East Junior Championship, tied third in the Brabazon Southern Qualifier and equal sixth in the McEvoy Trophy. Last year, when he finished seventh on the Titleist/FootJoy Boys Order of merit, he lost a playoff for the Fairhaven Trophy, was fourth in the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters and was again a member of the Surrey squad in the Boys County Championship final. It is six years since England Golf last sent players to the All India Championship but in 2004 James Smith from Kent reached the semi-finals. The only English winner of the title has been former England captain Malcolm Lewis, who triumphed at Calcutta in 1981. Other former winners include current European Tour players Christian Cevaer of France (1992), India’s Jyoti Randhawa (1993) and South Africans Richard Sterne (2000) and Charl Schwartzel (2001). 10 Jan 2012 Indian call up for Colegate and Griffiths
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