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Quade Cooper at it again as trademark skill puts Rebels in for two great tries

first_imgFriday Mar 1, 2019 Quade Cooper at it again as trademark skill puts Rebels in for two great tries The Melbourne Rebels recorded their second win from their first two games of the season, helped by some moments of magic from Quade Cooper.  He continued his impressive return to Super Rugby after a year in exile, as they withheld an unbeaten Highlanders side.ADVERTISEMENTIt was the Rebels’ first win against a New Zealand side since in Melbourne since 2015, and although the Highlanders were missing a number of All Blacks, Cooper’s side were impressive nonetheless.The mercurial playmaker’s deft hands put Jack Maddocks in for a try in the first half, and he orchestrated Billy Meakes’ try early in the second half with a neat grubber kick (see it in the full match highlights down below).In only two games this season, he has shown that he has not lost his creative influence , and his control over the game looks better than ever.Of course, Cooper still has weaknesses, particularly his defence, but he hasn’t seemed to have lost anything in attack.Some fans may say that it is premature, but there is a growing number in favour of Cooper earning a recall to the Wallabies squad ahead of the World Cup.ADVERTISEMENTMichael Cheika has not ruled out selecting him, and although there is competition for the jersey from Bernard Foley, Christian Lealiifano and Matt Toomua, Cooper continues to make a strong case for selection.While Foley is the incumbent 10 for the Wallabies, some fans are arguing that he cannot do what Cooper can on the field at times. Then again, Cooper has never been as dependable as Foley, and the debate of their clash of styles looks like it will re-emerge this season.ADVERTISEMENTThis campaign for Cooper’s return to the Wallabies will only increase if he, and the Rebels, perform like they have been doing in their first two rounds of the season.Skip to 1:46 below to see Cooper’s pass or you can watch the full match highlightsWatch the pass again here (UK only) Posted By: rugbydump Share Send Thanks Sorry there has been an error Great Tries Related Articles 26 WEEKS AGO Incredible athleticism for sensational try… 26 WEEKS AGO ARCHIVE: Suntory score amazing try to upset… 26 WEEKS AGO WATCH: All 12 tries from EPIC Bristol-Clermont… From the WebThis Video Will Soon Be Banned. Watch Before It’s DeletedSecrets RevealedYou Won’t Believe What the World’s Most Beautiful Girl Looks Like TodayNueeyUrologists Stunned: Forget the Blue Pill, This “Fixes” Your EDSmart Life ReportsDoctors Stunned: She Removes Her Wrinkles With This Inexpensive TipSmart Life ReportsIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier Living10 Types of Women You Should Never MarryNueeyThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancellast_img read more

Parliament Passes GNCTD Amendment Bill To Enhance Powers Of Delhi Lieutenant Governor

first_imgTop StoriesParliament Passes GNCTD Amendment Bill To Enhance Powers Of Delhi Lieutenant Governor Akshita Saxena24 March 2021 9:00 AMShare This – xAmid massive furor and protest from the Opposition members, the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday passed the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Bill, 2021. It was passed by the Lok Sabha on Monday.Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman Harivansh Narayan Sigh declared the bill passed in a voice vote after a walkout by the opposition. Before the opposition walkout, the motion 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?LoginAmid massive furor and protest from the Opposition members, the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday passed the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Bill, 2021. It was passed by the Lok Sabha on Monday.Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman Harivansh Narayan Sigh declared the bill passed in a voice vote after a walkout by the opposition. Before the opposition walkout, the motion to consider the bill was passed with 83 ‘Ayes’ and 45′ Noes’ and no abstentions. Following that, the opposition members walked out. The Bill seeks to enhance the powers of Lieutenant Governor of Delhi by declaring him to be the “Government of Delhi”. It also provides that the opinion of the LG “shall be obtained” on all such matters as may be specified by the LG, before taking any executive action on decisions of the Council of Ministers of the Delhi Government. The Opposition members voiced that the Bill will subvert the elected Government of Delhi by vesting overriding powers in the LG, who works at the instructions of the Centre, and will affect cooperative federalism. Delete “This is the most pernicious, most unconstitutional Bill which this House has ever received”: Dr. Abhishek M Singhvi @DrAMSinghvi on Govt of #Delhi (Amendment) Bill 20201, which redefines Delhi Govt as LG.#RajyaSabha pic.twitter.com/suPoT92EgP— Live Law (@LiveLawIndia) March 24, 2021 They also opposed introduction of the proposed amendments by way of a simple Amendment Bill. It was stated that since Delhi has been conferred a special status under Article 239AA of the Constitution (Special provisions with respect to Delhi), any change in the powers of the Delhi Government should be brought by way of a Constitutional Amendment only. It was also alleged that the Bill is an attempt to circumvent the interpretation made by a Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court in the Delhi v. LG case, which held that the LG is an administrative head in the “limited sense” and that he is “bound by the aid and advise” of the Council of Ministers of Delhi Government, except in matters of land, police and public order. The Members said that by making implementation of the decision taken by the Council of Ministers of Delhi subject to the decision of the LG, the Central Government is overturning the 5-judge Bench judgment. Salient features of the Bill: The Bill seeks to amend the GNCT of Delhi Act, 1991, a legislation that provides framework for functioning of the Delhi Legislative Assembly and re-defines Delhi Government as the Lieutenant Governor (LG). It curbs the Delhi Assembly’s power to conduct its proceedings as per the rules of procedure made by it. It provides that the Rules made by the Delhi Legislative Assembly to regulate the procedure and conduct of business in the Assembly must be consistent with the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Lok Sabha. The Bill also prohibits the Legislative Assembly from making any rule to enable itself or its Committees to: (i) consider the matters of day-to-day administration of the NCT of Delhi and (ii) conduct any inquiry in relation to administrative decisions. Further, any provision in force having the above said effect will be void. Further, the Bill provides that the opinion of the LG must be obtained before taking any executive action on decisions of Delhi Government, on such matters as may be specified by the LG. Comparison with Supreme Court Constitution Bench judgment This last leg of the Bill, requiring the Government to mandatorily seek the Lieutenant Governor’s opinion on the matters so specified by him may be contrasted with the observations made by the Supreme Court in GNCT of Delhi v. Union of India & Anr. (commonly known as Delhi v. LG case). Delineating the boundaries of power between the Lieutenant-Governor and Delhi Government in the said judgment, the Supreme Court had held that the LG cannot interfere in each and every decision of the Delhi Government, and that the LG is bound by the aid and advise of the Council of Ministers of the Delhi Government, except in matters of land, police and public order. The Constitution Bench comprising of then CJI Dipak Misra, Justices AK Sikri, AM Khanwilkar, DY Chandrachud and Ashok Bhushan had ruled that “LG is an administrative head in the limited sense, and is not a Governor. He is bound by the aid and advise of NCT Government in areas other than those exempted”, The Top Court had observed that the elected representatives and the Council of Ministers of Delhi, being accountable to the voters of Delhi, must have the appropriate powers so as to perform their functions effectively and efficiently. It was held that the Parliamentary form of government is based on principle of “collective responsibility” of the cabinet. “If a well deliberated legitimate decision of the Council of Ministers is not given effect to due to an attitude to differ on the part of the Lieutenant Governor, then the concept of collective responsibility would stand negated,” the Supreme Court had held. The Constitution bench added that the real purpose behind the Constitution (Sixty­-ninth Amendment) Act, 1991, which inserted Section 239AA (Special provisions with respect to Delhi) and paved way for setting up an elected Government in the Union Territory was “to establish a democratic setup and representative form of government wherein the majority has a right to embody their opinion in laws and policies pertaining to the NCT of Delhi subject to the limitations imposed by the Constitution.” It was held that to realize this real purpose, it is necessary to give a purposive interpretation to Article 239AA so that the principles of democracy and federalism which are part of the basic structure of the Constitution are reinforced in NCT of Delhi in their truest sense. “The exercise of establishing a democratic and representative form of government for NCT of Delhi by insertion of Articles 239AA and 239AB would turn futile if the Government of Delhi that enjoys the confidence of the people of Delhi is not able to usher in policies and laws over which the Delhi Legislative Assembly has power to legislate for the NCT of Delhi,” the order stated. Parliamentary Debate In this backdrop, many members opposed the Bill. Leader of Opposition in the House, M. Mallikarjun Kharge said that the Government is trying to seize the powers of elected representatives in Delhi in order to run a “proxy Government” by handing over all the powers to a nominated LG. He said that such centralization of power is against the Constitutional principles and the Bill must be referred to a Select committee for scrutiny. MP from a constituency of Delhi, Sanjay Singh strongly opposed the Bill as being unconstitutional. He referred to Article 239AA(6) of the Constitution which states that “the Council of Ministers shall be collectively responsible to the Legislative Assembly”. He said that this being the position of the Constitution, there is no scope for the Government to make the Council of Ministers responsible to the LG by seeking his opinion for implementation of its orders. Remarks by Senior Advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi Senior Advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi, who is also a member of the Parliament, vehemently opposed the Bill. “This is the most pernicious, most unconstitutional Bill which this House has ever received,” he said at the outset. He emphasized that Delhi was especially inserted Constitutionally by Article 239AA which provided that it should be a full state and all provisions that apply to a State shall apply to Delhi. This is barring the power to legislate upon matters of public order, police and land. He told the House that he appeared before the Supreme Court in Delhi v. LG case and will cite certain excerpts from the Constitution Bench judgment that will demonstrate that the Bill in question tries to nullify the effect of that judgment. He quoted: “A conjoint reading of Article 239AA (3) (a) and Article 239AA(4) reveals that the executive power of the Government of NCT of Delhi is co­extensive with the legislative power of the Delhi Legislative Assembly which is envisaged in Article 239AA(3) and which extends over all but three subjects in the State List and all subjects in the Concurrent List and, thus, Article 239AA(4) confers executive power on the Council of Ministers over all those subjects for which the Delhi Legislative Assembly has legislative power” (emphasis supplied). He further quoted, “Article 239AA(4) confers executive powers on the Government of NCT of Delhi whereas the executive power of the Union stems from Article 73 and is co­extensive with the Parliament’s legislative power. Further, the ideas of pragmatic federalism and collaborative federalism will fall to the ground if we are to say that the Union has overriding executive powers even in respect of matters for which the Delhi Legislative Assembly has legislative powers. Thus, it can be very well said that the executive power of the Union in respect of NCT of Delhi is confined to the three matters in the State List for which the legislative power of the Delhi Legislative Assembly has been excluded under Article 239 AA (3) (a)” (emphasis supplied). Singhvi further read the Supreme Court judgment: “The Lieutenant Governor has not been entrusted with any independent decision­making power. He has to either act on the ‘aid and advice’ of Council of Ministers or he is bound to implement the decision taken by the President on a reference being made by him.” He remarked that the Bill is not only against Article 239AA of the Constitution but is also opposed to the Supreme Court judgment and the principles of Federalism. He added that Cause 4 of the Bill precludes the Delhi Legislative Assembly from considering matters of day-to-day administration of the Capital or from conducting inquiries in relation to administrative decisions. This he said, is against Entry 39 in List II under Schedule VII of the Constitution which provides that powers of Legislative Assembly are within the domain of the State Government. With respect to the provision requiring LG’s opinion before implementation of Government’s decisions, Singhvi said that it is against sub-clause 6 under Article 239AA of the Constitution which states that the Council of Ministers shall be collectively responsible to the Legislative Assembly. “But this Bill says that everyone will be responsible to LG. This is direct contradiction,” Singhvi remarked. Government’s reply Union Minister G Kishan Reddy claimed that the Bill does not propose to bring any Constitutional amendment. He insisted that the Bill only seeks to clear certain ambiguities in the law. Reddy claimed that that the Bill neither takes away any right from the Delhi Government nor it confers any new rights on the LG. He said that the proposed amendments are to clarify the points raised after directions from the Supreme Court. “The Honorable Court said it is incumbent on Delhi Government to inform the Lieutenant Governor of its decisions. Some clarification is needed as it is affecting the citizens. It is necessary to remove the administrative uncertainties…It will improve administrative functioning,” he said. BJP MP Bhupender Yadav insisted that Delhi is not a full-fledged State. He said that the territory is essentially a Union Territory whose head, as declared under the Constitution, is the LG. He stated that the proposed amendments to the 1991 Act are in line with General Clauses Act, 1897, which states that the head of the Central Government is the President and that of the State Government is the Governor. He said that since Delhi is a union territory, its head shall be the LG by the same analogy. So far as proposed restrictions on the powers of the Delhi Legislative Assembly are concerned, he said that the same are only being standardized by bringing them in line with the Lok Sabha rules as part of “good governance”. He clarified that the Delhi Assembly Committee may look into Bills, Budgets, etc. However, it cannot look into day-to-day administration of the Government. “If Committee starts looking into criminal cases, what happens with powers of executive police,” he asked. He stated that the Supreme Court in its judgment said that the LG needs to be informed of all the decisions that are made by the Council of Ministers. He insisted that the Bill is simply intended to give effect to that observation. Click Here To Download BillNext Storylast_img read more

University backs out of deal to carry out its own health inspections

first_imgNotre Dame has decided not to agree to a deal whereby the University would handle its own food safety inspections, according to an article published Saturday by the South Bend Tribune. If Notre Dame had agreed to do its own inspections, the move would have reduced pressure on the St. Joseph County Health Department. One of the sticking points in the agreement was Notre Dame’s desire to keep the health reports confidential, the article said.The county signed a deal with the University in August which would have allowed Notre Dame to keep the reports confidential, however in September the Tribune published an article that said under Indiana law such reports cannot be kept private, according to the article.“[T]he health department canceled that agreement and tried to renegotiate one that would have made reports publicly available,” the article said.In the coming weeks, Notre Dame decided not to “proceed” with the deal, the article said.In Saturday’s article, University spokesman Dennis Brown said issues raised in the September article caused Notre Dame to decide that the county should continue doing the inspections.“In our commitment to be a good community partner, Notre Dame accepted a request from the St. Joseph County Health Department to conduct inspections of our dining establishments …  However, external suggestions calling our integrity into question by likening this process to the ‘fox guarding the henhouse’ have caused us to reconsider,” Brown said in the article. “We will continue to cooperate with the health department on inspections but have told the county that we prefer to have them conduct inspections.”In the statement, Brown quoted Steve Key, executive director of the Hoosier State Press Association. Key was the one who initially likened the University’s attempt to keep the reports secret as a “fox guarding the henhouse.”Indiana public access counselor Luke Britt, whose job it is to handle open records complaints, was quoted in the initial article as saying Notre Dame cannot keep its health records confidential.According to the article, Notre Dame’s choice was “a disappointment for the health department.” The department has faced difficulties in the past with carrying out the requisite number of inspections and the University would have lightened the load if it had carried out its own. Under the proposed arrangement, the county would have performed inspections on “new and remodeled food establishments” at the University, but Notre Dame would have carried out all routine checks.Notre Dame’s choice was a “business decision,” David Keckley, attorney for the county Board of Health, said in the article.“Obviously, the health department is disappointed Notre Dame chose not to proceed with trying to work out the details,” Keckley said in the article.Tags: Campus DIning, food inspections, St. Joseph County Health Departmentlast_img read more

$40 Billion Investment Opportunity Seen in U.S. Wind-Farm Upgrades

first_img$40 Billion Investment Opportunity Seen in U.S. Wind-Farm Upgrades FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享GreenTech Media:North America’s aging fleet of wind turbines could lead to a surge in operations and maintenance spending through 2030, according to a report released this month by IHS Markit. The report found cumulative O&M spending for the wind energy sector in the United States and Canada will top $40 billion from 2015 to 2025.“The average age of the North American wind fleet will rise from 5.5 years in 2015 to 7 years in 2020, and to 14 years in 2030,” said Maxwell Cohen, senior research analyst at IHS Markit and co-author of the report, in a statement.Cohen and co-author Ryan Siavelis gathered data from nearly one-third of the wind energy market in North America — 300 wind projects comprising nearly 20,000 turbines — to prepare the analysis.By 2030, an older, larger turbine fleet in the United States and Canada — estimated at more than 70,000 turbines — will present service providers with ample opportunities for growth. “The age of that capacity in 2030 will make the O&M business very lucrative, which is why so many players are expanding into this sector of the business,” said Siavelis in a statement.Cohen and Siavelis identified Suzlon, Siemens Gamesa, MHI and Vestas among the original equipment manufacturers that have entered the space in pursuit of wind O&M service agreements.Analysts at MAKE Consulting likewise see significant growth opportunities in wind turbine services. MAKE’s own wind turbine O&M report was published this month. By 2026, the report found, the global wind turbine services market could exceed $27 billion. MAKE Consulting is owned by Wood Mackenzie, Greentech Media’s parent company.To address an aging wind turbine fleet and increasing O&M expenditures, project owners are increasingly turning to repowering — replacing obsolete turbines with new more powerful turbines at the same project site, or replacing select components such as blades or gearboxes on existing turbines.The National Renewable Energy Laboratory estimates that annual repowering investment in the United States could reach $25 billion by 2030.More: Repowering North America’s Aging Wind Turbines Is a $25 Billion Opportunitylast_img read more

GOtv Boxing Night 20 Ehwarieme Eyes World Title after Victory…

first_imgGodzilla Ehwarieme New World Boxing Federation (WBF) Intercontinental heavyweight title champion, Onoriode “Godzilla” Ehwarieme, has declared his readiness to win the boxing body’s world heavyweight title soon.Ehwariemi won the WBF Intercontinental title after defeating Argentina’s Ariel “Chiquito” Baracamonte at GOtv Boxing Night 20, at the Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos, last Saturday.The Nigerian boxer said he is delighted at winning the Intercontinental heavyweight belt, but said his attention has now shifted to winning the vacant WBF world title.“It was great to win the title at home; it was very special. However, I now have to concentrate on winning the WBF world heavyweight title. It is currently vacant and my intercontinental title win has now made me a contender for the world title. So, I am intensifying my preparations to ensure I get the biggest prize in the weight division,” he said. Ehwarieme thanked GOtv Boxing Night for staging the intercontinental heavyweight title fight and providing him the opportunity to win the title at home. He also thanked Nigerians for coming out en masse to support him, promising them that he would make the country proud by winning the world title.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more