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[Plea For CLAT Retest] Live Updates From Supreme Court

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first_imgTop Stories[Plea For CLAT Retest] Live Updates From Supreme Court LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK8 Oct 2020 11:25 PMShare This – x…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?LoginLive Updates 8 Oct 2020 11:56 PMJustice Bhushan dictates Order.”In the facts of the present case, the petitioners may submit their grievances to the Redressal Committee within two days. We have no doubt that it will be considered by the Committee at an early date.”8 Oct 2020 11:48 PMJustice Bhushan: But we are not inclined to pass any interim orders, we can’t stop counselling and admissions8 Oct 2020 11:47 PMJustice Bhushan: We’ll permit you to file a representation before the grievance redressal committee.Sankaranarayan: Very well, they can take up all objections accordingly8 Oct 2020 11:45 PMSankaranarayan: Technical software issue has 20,000 objections. We have a problem with students being unable to put forth the answers they wanted to feed.We don’t care about IIT JEE, we care about what happened on 28th September during the #CLAT2020 exam.8 Oct 2020 11:45 PMSankaranarayan: Yes, this is indeed extraordinary and I hope the NTA will finally take it up because these people are completely incompetent at this exercise. They are making personal attacks.8 Oct 2020 11:45 PMNarsimha: One of the objection raised is on a question about defamation and a student has raised an objection on it basis what Google says! I can go on and on….8 Oct 2020 11:42 PMNarasimha: No payment required to be made for raising objections. 146 and 150th question raised a lot of objections and thus those questions were dropped as per expert committee recommendation. No question for doubt in this examination.8 Oct 2020 11:41 PMNarasimha: No payment required to be made for raising objections. 146 and 150th question raised a lot of objections and thus those questions were dropped as per expert committee recommendation. No question for doubt in this examination.8 Oct 2020 11:40 PMNarsimha: So far as the software glitches are concerned., What is called the audit of the student while taking exam is provided to the student, even the movement of the mouse.This is an extraordinary exam!8 Oct 2020 11:40 PMNarsimha: The document which has been filed stipulating marks and attempted answers by the aspirant here is fraudulent. Further, I want to add the number of questions have reduced since last year. >Load MoreNext Storylast_img read more

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Chan School study estimates higher death toll in Puerto Rico from hurricane

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first_imgThe mortality rate in Puerto Rico rose by 62 percent [95 percent confidence interval (CI) 11 percent to 114 percent] after Hurricane Maria, according to a new study led by researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The study was conducted in January and February 2018, in collaboration with colleagues from Carlos Albizu University in Puerto Rico and the University of Colorado School of Medicine.The researchers concluded that the original estimate of 64 excess deaths due to Hurricane Maria is likely to be a substantial underestimate. The study estimates a death rate of 14.3 deaths per 1,000 [95 percent CI 9.8 to 18.9] between Sept. 20 and Dec. 31, 2017, up from a rate of 8.8 deaths per thousand at the same time in 2016. About one-third of the reported deaths in the households surveyed in the study were attributed to delayed or prevented access to medical care.The study was published online May 29, 2018 in the New England Journal of Medicine.Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico on Sept. 20, 2017, inflicting approximately $90 billion worth of damage and displacing thousands of residents. The storm disrupted medical services across the island, and many households were left for weeks without water, electricity, or cell phone coverage.As with any major natural disaster, assessing the loss of life caused by Hurricane Maria was difficult and contentious. For disaster-related deaths to be confirmed in Puerto Rico, bodies must be transported to San Juan or a medical examiner must travel to the region to verify the death. This makes it difficult to log deaths that were caused by delays in treatment or chronic conditions that worsened in the aftermath of the storm. In December 2017, media reports suggested that the official death toll was significantly underestimated.To produce an independent estimate of lives lost as a result of the storm, the researchers surveyed 3,299 randomly chosen households across Puerto Rico. Participants were asked about infrastructure damage, displacement, and deaths. Results from the survey showed that there were an estimated 14.3 deaths per 1,000 people between Maria’s landfall and the end of 2017. By comparing this post-hurricane mortality rate with the same time period in 2016, the researchers estimated that there were 4,645 [95 percent CI, 793 to 8498] additional deaths in the three-month period following Hurricane Maria.In addition to a significantly higher death toll, the study showed that the average household went approximately 41 days without cell phone service, 68 days without water, and 84 days without electricity following the storm. More than 30 percent of surveyed households reported interruptions to medical care, with trouble accessing medications and powering respiratory equipment being the most frequently cited challenges.Household-based surveys such as these are well studied in the scientific literature and offer a cost-effective, rapid approach in the aftermath of a disaster. The researchers have made all of their anonymized data, analysis, and code publicly available for review.Support for the study came from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the University of Colorado School of Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine, Section of Wilderness and Environmental Medicine. Read Full Storylast_img read more

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Cruise Ship Breaks Away from Moorings amid Massive Storm in Scotland

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first_imgA massive storm dubbed Ali has caused Nautica cruise ship to detach from its moorings in Greenock, Scotland, and drift away from the dock on September 19, 2018.It is not clear how many of the passengers and guests were on board the ship at the time of the incident as majority of them, over 500, were reported to be ashore.“Nautica encountered extremely strong winds which resulted in the parting of mooring lines and the vessel being detached from the dock. All guests and crew onboard are safe and there were no injuries,” a spokesperson of Ocean Cruises told World Maritime News.“Tugs have been called in to assist and the vessel is currently being held off of her berth. 478 guests and 26 crew are ashore and are being looked after by the shore operations teams until conditions are safe enough for the vessel to be returned to the passenger terminal.”The 2000-built ship, which can accommodate over 800 guests, is halfway through its 12-day cruise around the UK and Ireland.Ali, packing winds of 102mph, has claimed two lives, as it swept across the UK, causing power outages and travel chaos as roads got closed.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more

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Men’s soccer: Freshman walk-on has impressed teammates, coaches

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first_imgWalking on to a Division I athletic team is no easy feat, no matter what sport it’s for.Redshirt freshman forward Isaac Schlenker of the Wisconsin men’s soccer team can attest to that.“It’s pretty difficult,” he said. “It initially started with me just emailing the coaches. Then they came and saw me play once and offered me a tryout in the spring. From there it was an extended tryout for the entire spring, and I just proved myself from there.”During Schlenker’s freshman year at University of Wisconsin, he played on the school’s club team, catching the eye of UW head coach John Trask.“[Schlenker] impressed the coaching staff with his technical ability and his range as an attacking option,” Trask said.Schlenker isn’t just some random kid with a little bit of skill, as he had quite the soccer career before arriving on the UW campus.The Milwaukee native was a member of Milwaukee’s Bavarians Soccer Club for the duration of his prep soccer career, racking up three Wisconsin State Cups with the club. Trask says that Schlenker’s background with the Bavarians and his ability to be in the necessary position at the right time is a unique combination in soccer.Schlenker’s high school accolades are equally as impressive. He spent his high school career at University School of Milwaukee, earning a place on the Midwest Classic Conference first team three times and only being excluded during his freshman season. In his final campaign at USM, Schlenker was named the Midwest Classic Conference’s Player of the Year in which he scored 37 goals and assisted on another 12.Schlenker said playing for a D-I team like Wisconsin is unlike anything he’s ever done before in his soccer career.“It’s been extremely intense, but that’s what I like about it,” he said. “It’s really fun.”For a freshman walk-on, Schlenker has seen a substantial amount of game time over the course of the season, something he says is due to his consistency during training and remaining focused on his role on the team.“From working hard, to not slacking off or getting distracted, it just takes consistent effort,” Schlenker said.Part of this focus comes from his time off the pitch as well. Now having to deal with the lifestyle as a student-athlete, Schlenker says he’s always busy doing something and no longer has time to be lazy by watching television or sleeping.Schlenker has played in eight of 12 games this season, logging 275 minutes so far during the 2015 campaign. More recently, Schlenker has seen an increase in the amount of minutes he’s out on the pitch.His hard work paid off when Schlenker scored his first goal for the Badgers during an early September fixture against UC-Davis. He currently sits in seventh place in the team in points with two.Schlenker’s spring tryout is when he really caught the eyes of the coaching staff. During his extended spring trial with the team, Schlenker was able to showcase his skills as a goal-poacher, scoring a goal in the 4-1 win against I-94 rival Marquette.Men’s Soccer: UW clashes with Marquette in I-94 rivalryThe Wisconsin men’s soccer team returns home this Wednesday in search of a first win on home turf as they Read…Schlenker is just another talented player to the youthful ability that the Badgers already possess. Though a lot of the other sophomores are still finding their footing in the team, Schlenker has really hit the ground running in his first season on the team.Assistant coach Keith Tiemeyer had nothing but praise for Schlenker, noting his potency in front of the goal and his excellent timing on runs. Trask has also been impressed by the way Schlenker has been getting around the ball and making plays.Schlenker feels he will be able to continue to serve as a vital player in the years to come.“I think I have the potential to be a key contributor,” Schlenker said. “I just have to work hard in-season and off-season. I just can’t slack off.”It’s not every day you see a walk-on make a significant impact on a team, but Schlenker is certainly on his way to leaving his mark on the Wisconsin men’s soccer program.last_img read more

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