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Delhi High Court Stays Notice To PT Birju Maharaj Cancelling Allotment Of Govt Accommodation Until Jan 22

first_imgNews UpdatesDelhi High Court Stays Notice To PT Birju Maharaj Cancelling Allotment Of Govt Accommodation Until Jan 22 Shreya Agarwal31 Dec 2020 2:34 AMShare This – xThe Delhi High Court has stayed until Jan 22 the notice served to Kathak exponent Pt. Birju Maharaj cancelling the allotment of government accommodation to him.The artist who is a Padma Vibhushan awardee was seemingly allotted a government accommodation owing to his accomplishments, however, vide notices served on Oct 9 and Dec 23 this year the allotment has been cancelled and he has been…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 Delhi High Court has stayed until Jan 22 the notice served to Kathak exponent Pt. Birju Maharaj cancelling the allotment of government accommodation to him.The artist who is a Padma Vibhushan awardee was seemingly allotted a government accommodation owing to his accomplishments, however, vide notices served on Oct 9 and Dec 23 this year the allotment has been cancelled and he has been asked to vacate the premises by Dec 31.Appearing for Maharaj, Sr. Adv. Akhil Sibal said that similar notices were issued to other artists as well who had been allotted Government accommodations. These notices are subject matter of petitions filed before the Delhi High Court itself, he submitted.Referring to the order dated 23.12.2020 passed by the Delhi High Court in Court W.P. (C) 10991/2020 Bharati Shivaji & Ors. v Union of India Through Ministry of Culture & Anr. whereby the notice dated 09.10.2020, similar to the notice in the present case, had been stayed, Sibal prayed that the notice to Maharaj may be stayed as well.The court granted Sibal relief on the above grounds and listed the petition for further hearing on Jan 22, along with the case cited by Sibal.Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Next Storylast_img read more

One dead, four injured in nightclub shooting

first_imgiStock(HARTFORD, Conn.) — A shooting at a nightclub in Connecticut has left at least one person dead and four others injured.The incident occurred shortly before 3 a.m. at Majestic Lounge and Bar in Hartford, Connecticut, according to a tweet posted by the Hartford Police with the venue’s address.Authorities say that five people were shot, one of them fatally. The identities and conditions of the surviving victims are not currently known.Information on the identity of the shooter and whether or not they were in custody was not immediately available. Lt. Paul Cicero told the Associated Press just before 4:30 a.m. that authorities are in the early stages of the investigation and there were “a lot of moving parts.”Police are actively investigating the situation and anyone with tips or information on the shooting is urged to contact the authorities. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

It is finally May!

first_imgBelieve it or not, we have finally left the rain and cold of April.  Let’s hope that the month of May is much kinder to not only the sports world but to all outdoor activities in our area.  We are now at the time of the year when the spring sports at our area schools are beginning to build for the climatic state series.  Track will be the first to start the sectional process in mid-May.  Tennis will follow.As we move into the last week of May and early June, baseball, softball, and golf will begin their state series.  The seniors on all of our area teams will be wrapping up their high school sports careers.  Some of them, we hope, will be able to continue their career at the next level.  For those who don’t, we wish them well in whatever endeavors will follow after graduation.Every year there are one or two athletes here in Southeastern Indiana who start on a journey that they hope will take them to the ultimate level of being pro athletes.  This is an arduous trek.  We wish them the best.last_img read more

Athletes excited ahead of today’s AP Invitational

first_imgATHLETES from over 20 countries, some coming from as far as Ghana and India, will face-off against their Guyanese counterparts today at the National Track and Field Centre when the 4th Aliann Pompey Invitational gets going from 15:00hrs.Ghana’s top sprinter, Joseph Amoah will make his debut at the AP Invitational after an outstanding 2019 season with a season’s best time at the 100 metres of 10.01s posted on June 5 in Texas.In addition, Amoah also produced another season’s best, at the 200 metres with a time of 20.08s.Guyana’s national records in the men’s 100 is 10.12s (Adam Harris) and for the 200 metres 20.14s (James Wren-Gilkes).Emmanuel Archibald and Winston George recently clocked 10.26s and 10.36s respectively at the National Senior Championships on June 29 and will be the Guyanese athletes who are expected to challenge Amoah.India’s national record holder at the 110m hurdles Siddhanth Thingalaya will also compete, the Mumbai-based setting his country’s 110m hurdles record at 13.48s that he broke in 2017.Thingalaya has represented his nation at the Commonwealth Games twice (2010, 2014) and has participated at the World Championships once in 2017.The 28-year-old is also an Asian junior silver medallist (2010) in the 110m hurdles event and also competed at the World Junior Championships.Jamaica’s Rushell Clayton competing at last year’s AP Invitational. (Track Alerts photo)Current Jamaican national 400m hurdles champion Rushell Clayton said that she’s looking forward to retaining her AP Invitational crown today. Clayton recently won the 400m hurdles at the Jamaican National trials in 54.73s.With Guyana now developing 400m hurdles acumen, having the Jamaican national champion in attendance is definitely going to be a big boost to the Invitational.Further, Clayton is also ranked number 29 in the world and improving as she competes. A big win could mean rising in the world ranking for Clayton.Nevertheless, Guyanese athletes will be able to compete against a class performer and the ability to pick the brain of Clayton will foster development for that particular event.“We have Aliyah Abrams, Travis Collins, Emmanuel Archibald, Winston George and a few others that are ranked in the top 50 in the world so it would be remiss if I don’t mention that we have a lot of Guyanese competing this year and that’s because we are that good,” Pompey said recently about the quality of Guyanese athletes competing at her event.“The Guyanese athletes have come a long way; for years I’ve been at the Olympic Games where it was just me, but that’s not the case now. We have a great group of athletes,” the 2002 Commonwealth Games 400m gold medallist explained.Pompey is encouraging everyone to come out early, since the first race starts promptly at 15:00hrs.Tickets will be sold at $1 000 at the gate for regular seating and $5 000 for VIP.last_img read more