Tag: 小海棠神秘园网址

first_imgTop StoriesSC Takes Suo Moto Cognizance Of Financial Difficulties Of Advocates Amid COVID-19 ; Issues Notice To BCI, State Bar Councils Radhika Roy22 July 2020 1:18 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court has taken suo moto cognizance of the financial difficulties being faced by lawyers due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A Bench headed by Chief Justice of India SA Bobde was hearing a plea filed by the Bar Council of India which sought for directions to the Centre/State and UT Governments for financial assistance to lawyers, on account of losses faced due 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 Supreme Court has taken suo moto cognizance of the financial difficulties being faced by lawyers due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A Bench headed by Chief Justice of India SA Bobde was hearing a plea filed by the Bar Council of India which sought for directions to the Centre/State and UT Governments for financial assistance to lawyers, on account of losses faced due to decreasing litigation work in wake of the pandemic. The Bench issued notice, returnable within 2 weeks, to the Centre, Bar Council of India, State Bar Councils, each High Court’s Registrar General, and recognized High Court Bar Associations. The Bar Associations have been directed to show cause why a fund for relief cannot be set up for deserving and eligible advocates.   The suo moto cognizance for lawyer’s financial aid, will be taken up with BCI’s plea. The plea filed by the Bar Council of India highlights that the BCI itself does not have the funds to help the lawyers in need. It has therefore sought for directions to the Respondents to arrange financial assistance by way of interest free loan up to Rs. 3 lakhs each to advocates enrolled with the respective Bar Council of each State through the said Bar Council, repayable in reasonable monthly instalments at least 12 months after normal court functioning commences”. The petition, filed through Advocate SN Bhat, also seeks a direction to the Union of India and the respective State Governments to “financially support the needy advocates through respective Bar Associations by depositing the amount directly in the accounts of the said advocates after receiving the necessary details from the respective Bar Association”. The plea further avers that the prolonged closure of the courts and tribunals all over the country since March 2020 due to the lockdown has deprived the majority of the advocates their only source of income. It is highlighted that most of the advocates, especially youngsters, have no savings and are solely dependent on the working of courts for their livelihoods. “The situation of some of them is so grim that it may not be an exaggeration to say that they face virtual starvation and they require urgent and immediate financial aid and succor”, the plea states. Today, Senior Advocate Manan Kumar Mishra, Chairman of BCI, appeared before the Court. The Bench headed by the CJI dictated the Order, noting that the “unprecedented crisis demands unprecedent resolution” as the pandemic had taken a “heavy toll on the rights of the citizens, and particularly, the legal fraternity”. “The legal fraternity is restricted to income – bound by rules. Not entitled to earn income by alternative means. Closure of Courts has led to a situation which has rid them of a sizeable proportion of their income and therefore, livelihood.” The CJI further observed that it was a “dire circumstance” and that medical advice dictacted against the resumption of Courts as doing the same would jeopardise the health of judges, lawyers, and equally important, the staff of the Court. Accordingly, the Bench considered it appropriate to issue notice to all recognized Bar Associations of all High Courts to show cause why a fund for relief should not be set up for deserving and eligible advocates. The Bench also observed that it is important to determine the norms for financial aid of such institutions, and therefore, issued notice to Union of India, Bar Council of India, and all State Bar Councils, as well as the Registrar General of each High Court.   Next Storylast_img read more

first_img Written by Brad James March 26, 2021 /Sports News – Local Weber State Men’s Basketball’s Dillon Jones Named Finalist For Freshman of the Year Awardcenter_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOGDEN, Utah-In news released Thursday, Weber State freshman Dillon Jones was named a finalist for the Kyle Macy Award from collegeinsider.com. This award is annually granted unto the nation’s top freshman.Jones, a native of Columbia, S.C., posted 8.2 points and a team-best 5.8 rebounds for the Wildcats.He was one of 30 players across the nation named to the Macy Freshman All-American Team.The recipient of the 2021 award will be announced April 1.Jones is the Big Sky Freshman of the Year, becoming only the eighth Wildcat all-time to receive this honor.He helped the Wildcats to a 17-6 record and a tie for second place in the Big Sky Conference.last_img read more

first_imgWINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Squinting in the late-afternoon North Carolina sun, Tim Lester put his hand to his mouth and gnawed at his fingernails as he tried to come up with something that AJ Long did better in his second game.The offensive coordinator had already pointed out some of the mistakes the true freshman quarterback made and what he had done adequately.“He did well early,” Lester said earlier in the postgame interview. “Second half, he struggled — mentally.”Now, 15 pensive seconds, a “that’s a good question” and two “I don’t know’s” passed before he responded to the question — giving efficiency on third-and-long situations as his answer.But Lester’s pause said it all about Long’s first collegiate start. The potential that the Syracuse quarterback’s 4-yard touchdown run exhibited was balanced out by the inescapable fact that it was the offense’s only touchdown in SU’s (3-4, 1-2 Atlantic Coast) 30-7 victory over Wake Forest (2-5, 0-3) on Saturday afternoon at BB&T Field in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textLester’s confidence in Long indicated the rookie, who completed 22-of-32 passes for 171 yards Saturday, will still be Syracuse’s starter going forward — while Terrel Hunt’s fractured fibula heals — regardless of sophomore Austin Wilson’s recovery from an upper-body injury.“Physically, he did a good job. He threw the ball where it needed to be,” Lester said of Long. “He just needs to continue to make better decisions for a whole game.”Five days after Long revealed his nickname among teammates to be “AJ Freestyle,” he showed why.The quarterback brought his offense from its own 8-yard line to inside the Demon Deacons’ 5. Long dropped back on a second-and-goal and was looking for tight ends Kendall Moore and Josh Parris to get open when the pocket began to collapse.Long scrambled out to the right, kept his distance behind the line of scrimmage and cut a sharp turn for the pylon and punched it in with a lunge before a pair of WFU defenders could get to him.“Thankfully, I got there,” Long said.By halftime, Long — working with junior center Jason Emerich in place of the injured John Miller — had economically completed 12 of his 18 passes and led an offense that converted 6-of-9 third downs. It was a vast improvement from SU’s 33 percent conversion rate coming into the game, and some of the completions came at lengthy distances.But as the Orange kept the ball on the ground in the second half and Long had to make decisions earlier in the play, he had his faults, Lester said.“I just have to clean those up and make sure I put the offense in the best possible situation to be successful,” Long said.Twice, Long was on the wrong side of the field, Lester said. There were zone-reads he should’ve handed off that he held onto. He missed other progressions from the pocket and threw one fourth-quarter pass into double coverage that bounced off a Wake Forest cornerback’s hands.Still, Lester said, Long knew his mistakes when he came off the field and has the ability to make up for them with his feet.“He’d like to get some plays back on some reads,” SU head coach Scott Shafer said. “He was in high school last year. We’re going to keep working with him.”By game’s end, the Orange was in position to send sophomore Mitch Kimble, the No. 2 quarterback now, out on the field to make his college debut and deliver six handoffs.Just before talking with reporters after the game, Lester spoke to his new starting quarterback.Lester acknowledged Long’s youth and was comforted by Syracuse’s win, but still expects more from his starting quarterback.“I know he’s a true freshman,” Lester said, “but I kept telling him, ‘You need to put 60 minutes together of good decision-making.’” Comments Published on October 18, 2014 at 6:27 pm Contact Phil: [email protected] | @PhilDAbb Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more