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No Summer Vacation This Year For HC And District/Trial Court’s In Karnataka [Read Notification]

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first_imgNews UpdatesNo Summer Vacation This Year For HC And District/Trial Court’s In Karnataka [Read Notification] Mustafa Plumber28 April 2020 9:02 AMShare This – xThe Karnataka High Court has issued a notification stating that there shall be no Summer Vacation to High Court and all other District and Trial Courts in the State during the year 2020. The notification reads that “In view of the Resolution and decision taken by the Full Court of Hon’ble High Court of Karnataka on April, 13, 2020, there shall be no Summer Vacation.” As per the High…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 Karnataka High Court has issued a notification stating that there shall be no Summer Vacation to High Court and all other District and Trial Courts in the State during the year 2020. The notification reads that “In view of the Resolution and decision taken by the Full Court of Hon’ble High Court of Karnataka on April, 13, 2020, there shall be no Summer Vacation.” As per the High Court’s calender, summer vacation is from April 27 to May 23.  Click Here To Download Notification[Read Notification]Next Storylast_img read more

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Ram Jethmalani : Extremely Charismatic, Sternly Majestic And Exceptionally Erudite Lawyer – A Tribute To My Mentor

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first_imgColumnsRam Jethmalani : Extremely Charismatic, Sternly Majestic And Exceptionally Erudite Lawyer – A Tribute To My Mentor Tanvi Dubey8 Sep 2020 2:31 AMShare This – xWords are not enough to describe this fearless, courageous, outspoken and unapologetic personality. To say that he led an illustrious life, would be an understatement. My first meeting with Ram Sir was as a law student, who was extremely fortunate to get an opportunity to intern with the legal legend himself. On the first day of my internship, I was informed that I need 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?LoginWords are not enough to describe this fearless, courageous, outspoken and unapologetic personality. To say that he led an illustrious life, would be an understatement. My first meeting with Ram Sir was as a law student, who was extremely fortunate to get an opportunity to intern with the legal legend himself. On the first day of my internship, I was informed that I need to accompany Ram Sir to the Patiala House Court, where he was going for a cross-examination. Having heard a lot about his incisive art of cross examination, I was extremely curious and delighted to witness the same. While on our way to the court, he asked me whether it was the first cross examination which I was witnessing. To which I replied in affirmative. Upon hearing so, he said lets chat after the cross-examination session. When he entered the court premises, every lawyer who saw him, even if from a distance, rushed to him to either shake hands or touch his feet. And when he started the cross-examination, I was awestruck to witness the dedication and commitment with which he continued to cross examine for almost 3 hours, at a stretch and mind you I am talking about the period when he was 90 plus. While on our way back to office, he asked me what was it that I noticed during cross examination. I told him everything that I took a note of. He told me “..this is a skill you acquire through long experience and long introspection..If somebody wants to really read what interesting cross-examination can be, you should read the cross-examination of Mr Oscar Wilde in his defamation case which was filed against (Lord Alfred) Douglas’ father…”. Days went by and while my association continued with his chamber, I saw in him a role model and a mentor. Each meeting with him taught me a new lesson, which not only helped me understand the basic nuances of law but also helped me learn several life changing lessons. There was always somebody who needed his help, and he would help everyone in the best way, he possibly could-such was his magnanimity. I’m sure there are hundreds of people who have many such stories about the phenomenon that was Ram Jethmalani-who earned reverence in the greatest measures. From his way of reading and interpreting the provisions of criminal law in a totally unique manner to the knack of making innovative arguments as a budding lawyer, I learnt thousands of skills just by observing him. In his briefings, I saw him meticulously examining each detail in the matter and also saw him questioning the Client even on the minutest details of his case, so as to get absolute clarity on the facts of the case. He came up with a hidden conclusion and an argument from the devilish details leaving the rest of us marvelling at the man’s foresight and intellect.Also Read : A Fitting Tribute To Ram Jethmalani Will Be To Complete His Battle Against Black Money For him the courtroom was a stage and he was an actor. He bought empathy and passion in every case he fought for. His way of framing an argument and also presenting it- was undoubtedly magical- one would witness the same by seeing pin-drop silence in a crowded court room, when Ram Sir started his argument. He had absolute clarity in his arguments and also presented them in the most understandable manner. The energy with which he would argue a matter was also because of an extremely healthy routine that he followed all his life and also the small and short meals, which he used to have. He followed the wag’s dictum with great discipline- breakfast like a King; lunch like a Prince and dinner like a pauper. Even in his 90’s, he used to also play badminton, every morning. His love for legal education, students and law universities had no boundaries. He was a completely self-made, reaching Mumbai practically penniless and yet making it big by his wit, tenacity, determination and back-breaking hard-work. Ram Sir was definitely larger than life. From Independence, to emergency, to Rajiv Gandhi assassination to 2 G Scam- you name any crucial event or a high profile matter and his name is there. It would be apt to say that he saw India growing, which was also reflected in many of his arguments. I fondly remember the day, when he himself gave a copy of his biography “Maverick, Unchanged, Unrepentant” with a note which read “…If you have chosen this profession..be prepared to put in relentless amount of effort and hard work..there is no substitute to hard work and there is absolute delight in putting your best efforts in what you are doing.” These words motivated me when I started my journey as a young lawyer and will continue to be the guiding light for the years to come. I have no words to thank him for the role he has played in my life as a mentor, role model and an inspiration. Although he is not with us anymore but I am sure his principles and his teachings will guide us for the years to come. In fond memory of Mr. Ram Jethmalani on his first death anniversary. His dedicated student- Tanvi DubeyViews are personal only. Next Storylast_img read more

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Troubleshooter on global payroll options

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first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. I’m researching global payroll options. The difference in legislation and culture from country to country suggests it’s a minefield. How feasible is it?It may be easier than you think. There is a large chunk of activity that’s as common to a payroll run in Beijing as it is in Budapest or Brighton. Yes, you have different tax regimes, different types of benefits, and in some cases, vastly different cultural attitudes that can impact the way payroll is managed internally. But fundamentally, many of the processes that link initial time reporting to final pay check printing are very similar. In fact, one multinational company that manages payroll in Australia and the UK from the same central system believes that up to three-quarters of the core processes are common.The success of multi-country payroll initiatives will depend to a large extent on how effectively organisations can leverage common processes and practices. It’s not an easy project, but from a process perspective, you may have more of a headstart than you think.Keith Rodgers is co-founder of Webster Buchanan Research, a market intelligence company specialising in human capital management www.websterb.com Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Troubleshooter on global payroll optionsOn 4 Oct 2005 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more

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Adani Expands Dhamra Port

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first_imgIndia’s port developer Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) has inaugurated the Phase II expansion of Dhamra Port in Odisha.The inauguration ceremony took place on April 7, 2018.“The Phase II expansion of Dhamra Port will not only make Dhamra India’s largest port but will also serve as India’s major gateway for trade with South East Asian Nations,” Gautam Adani, Chairman of the Adani Group, commented.“This expansion will help us achieve our vision 2020 of 200 MMT, well ahead of time and we now aim to touch 500 MMT by the year 2025,” Karan Adani, CEO of APSEZ said.The phase II expansion of Dhamra Port is expected to increase the cargo handling capacity of the port to over 100 million tons per annum, up from 25 mtpa currently handled.The Damra Port Company Limited, a subsidiary of Adani Ports and SEZ, has been awarded a concession by the Odisha government to build and operate the port on built, own, operate, share and transfer (BOOST) basis for a total period of 34 years including a period of four years for construction.Located 215 km from Bhubaneswar, between Haldia in West Bengal and Paradip in Odisha, the port serves as a gateway to Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar and the entire geopolitical region including ASEAN.last_img read more

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Neymar turns it on as seven-up PSG destroy Celtic

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first_imgPSG players celebrate, they hammered a shellshocked Celtic 7-1 in the Champions LeagueParis, France | AFP | Neymar was back in the mood with the Brazilian scoring twice to set up Paris Saint-Germain’s comeback from behind as they hammered a shellshocked Celtic 7-1 in the Champions League on Wednesday.Moussa Dembele had put the visitors ahead inside a minute at the Parc des Princes, but Neymar’s brace soon turned the game around and both Edinson Cavani and Kylian Mbappe added goals of their own before the interval. They had suffered their heaviest ever home defeat in Europe when they last faced PSG in September, losing 5-0. They had also only ever managed just two wins in 29 previous away games in the group stage, and yet they stunned their hosts by going ahead with just 58 seconds played.– Celtic score too soon? –Alves gave away a corner before Paris had even made it out of their own half and Olivier Ntcham’s low delivery was swept home by Dembele, the highly-rated France under-21 striker who was on PSG’s books as a youngster.That scuppered PSG’s hopes of becoming the first side to complete the group phase without conceding a goal, but quickly the Scottish side were wondering if they had scored too soon.Neymar’s form has dipped over the last six weeks, and yet the Brazilian led the turnaround in stunning style.He levelled in the ninth minute with a low finish into the far corner following an Adrien Rabiot pass, and he scored again midway through the first half after a one-two with Verratti.That was a sixth goal in five Champions League outings this season for the world’s most expensive player, and it was also the seventh time he had found the net against Celtic.He loves playing against the Scottish side and he claimed an assist as it became 3-1 just before the half-hour, using his shoulder to help an Alves ball across goal for Cavani to turn in.Poor Celtic defending contributed to PSG getting their fourth before the interval, as they failed to deal with a Neymar free-kick into the box and Mbappe fired in.The Ligue 1 leaders took their foot off the gas after the break but they rounded out their win with three more goals late on.Celtic lost 7-0 to Neymar’s Barcelona in this competition last season and this turned into a similar hiding as Verratti made it five before Cavani volleyed in his 21st of the season.The best was saved for last as Alves made it seven with a quite stunning effort from 22 yards that arced into the top-left corner. That allowed PSG to beat their previous best result in the competition, a 7-2 victory against Rosenborg in 2000.Share on: WhatsApp Marco Verratti made it five with quarter of an hour left, before Cavani got his second and a sensational Dani Alves hit wrapped up the French giants’ biggest win in the competition.Already through to the last 16 before this game, they will look to clinch top spot in Group B ahead of Bayern Munich when they travel to Germany for their final outing next month.Bayern won 2-1 at Anderlecht on Wednesday, while PSG remain on course to finish with maximum points in the section having already set a new group-stage goals record with 24.“He is extraordinary. He wants to be there in every match. When he is on the pitch he is happy and wants his team-mates and the fans to enjoy themselves,” said PSG coach Unai Emery of Neymar’s dazzling display.Celtic, who were already eliminated, will at least secure a Europa League spot in the New Year as long as they avoid a heavy defeat at home to Anderlecht in their next outing.“There are lessons for us. We can keep the ball a bit better, and secondly you’ve got to defend better, but you also have to admire the sheer quality of Paris Saint-Germain,” admitted their manager Brendan Rodgers.last_img read more

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Jazz and Blues Vocalist Dennis Hastings Featured at Saint Martin’s Music…

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first_imgFacebook2Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Saint Martin’s UniversityJazz and blues vocalist Dennis Hastings, who has played on the same bill with notable talent such as Bobby McFerrin, John Lee Hooker and The Marcels, will bring his repertoire of tunes made popular from the 1940s to the 2000s during the next Music @ 11 recital at Saint Martin’s University. The musical series is free and open to the public and the concert will take place Tuesday, November 18, at 11 a.m. in Kreielsheimer Hall, the theatre arts building, on the Saint Martin’s University campus, 5000 Abbey Way SE.“I am pleased to be able to bring Dennis Hastings on campus to perform this diverse genre of music,” says Darrell Born, director of music, associate professor of music and chair of the Department of Fine Arts. “Jazz is such an important part of our American culture. I am thrilled to bring such a quality and varied example of vocal jazz to our campus community and students.”Originally from Portland, Oregon, Hastings has been singing jazz and blues in the Northwest for more than 30 years. His focus has recently been on producing a CD that will include musicians who are living and performing in the Pacific Northwest. Hastings has also been involved with performing the arrangements of the late Mel Tormé. His range of music includes many of Frank Sinatra’s hits, as well as songs by Sting and Stevie Wonder. A wide selection of classic blues is also a mainstay of his sets whenever he performs.During his Music @ 11 performance, Hastings will be accompanied by Phil Lawson on guitar, Steven Luceno on bass and Steven Bentley on drums.Hastings lives with his wife, Beverly, in Olympia and can be seen in venues from Seattle to the Portland area.Born created the “Music @ 11” recital series, now in its 10th year, to raise awareness of the musical arts and provide opportunities for students and the community to experience various kinds of music in a recital setting.last_img read more

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