News UpdatesDelhi HC Allows The Release of Foreign Nationals Related to Tablighi Jamaat Event From Quarantine Facility And Shifting Them To Alternate Accommodations Karan Tripathi28 May 2020 2:24 AMShare This – xDelhi High Court has allowed the plea for release of foreign nationals related to Tablighi Jamaat event and shifting them to alternate accommodations. The plea was allowed by the Division Bench of Justice Vipin Sanghi and Justice Rajnish Bhatnagar after a No Objection Certificate was given by the Revenue Department of Delhi Government for the transfer of 955 foreign nationals…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?LoginDelhi High Court has allowed the plea for release of foreign nationals related to Tablighi Jamaat event and shifting them to alternate accommodations. The plea was allowed by the Division Bench of Justice Vipin Sanghi and Justice Rajnish Bhatnagar after a No Objection Certificate was given by the Revenue Department of Delhi Government for the transfer of 955 foreign nationals to alternate accommodations. This order has come in pursuance of a submission made by Senior Advocate Rebecca M John, who was appearing for the Petitioners, which said that the Petitioners confine the relief sought in the present petition to only pray that these foreign nationals may be moved to other better facilities, which have been identified by the community. Ms John had further submitted that she would provide the particulars of the said facilities, and also place them on record, and that the facilities could be inspected by the Respondents. She said that the foreign nationals and the community will make all the arrangements for the said facilities at their own expense. During the course of proceedings, both the Delhi Police and the Union of India verbally submitted that they also don’t have any objection with the present plea being allowed. In today’s proceedings, Delhi Police also informed the court that as of now, 47 charge sheets have been filed against the aforesaid foreign nationals. While passing the order, the court also directed that the present order shall be read together with that of the Magistrate, when in future these foreign nationals move the court for bail pursuant to the issuance of summons. Therefore, the Magistrate in that future situation would be allowed to impose other conditions, but it will have to keep in mind the present order of this court. In the last hearing, the Crime Branch of Delhi Police had informed the Delhi High Court that not a single foreign national related to the Tablighi Jamaat incident has been arrested so far or has been taken into custody by the Delhi Police. Delhi Police had also informed the court that more than 900 foreign Tablighi Jamaat attendees, including the Petitioners, have joined investigation of the case and were served notices under section 41A of the CrPC. The investigation itself, the status report had stated, is being conducted on a day to day basis and all efforts are being made to finalise the investigation and submit a report under section 173 CrPC. As per the said report, the concerned foreign nationals have given an undertaking to the Delhi Police that they would not violate the conditions under section 41(a) CRPC and abide by the terms of the notice. The status report further stated that: ‘in order to substantiate the legitimacy of their visit to India, passports of 723 accused foreigners and Identity Cards of 23 accused Nepal Nationals have been taken into possession through seizure/handing over memos. Some of the accused foreign nationals were unable to provide / produce their passports. Efforts are being made to account for all the passports in this regard.’ In the present PIL, the Petitioner has asked the court to order the Delhi Government to order and facilitate immediate release of foreign nationals held in institutional quarantine in Delhi having tested negative for covid-19 as quarantine in perpetuity shall tantamount to illegal detention. While highlighting that the FIRs for the Markaz event has been registered against the unknown persons, the petition states: ‘The Impugned Order mentioning 567 foreign nationals fails to clarify if the aforementioned persons have previously been blacklisted and booked by the Police officials.Furthermore, it is unclear It is to be regarded that the power to grant police custody (Section 167) as well as the power to arraign a person(Section 319), suspected of a crime for the purposes of investigation vests with the Judiciary under the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. Resultantly, the contents of Paragraph 5 and the consequential implication is contrary to the law of the land and thus cannot be upheld.’ The Petitioners are being represented by Senior Advocate Rebecca M John, and Advocate Ashima Mandla Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
October 30, 2019 /Sports News – National Nationals force World Series Game 7 with 7-2 win over Astros FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailmiflippo/iStock(HOUSTON) — After falling to the Houston Astros at home in Game 5 of the World Series, the Washington Nationals managed to turn their fate around and stave off elimination Tuesday night to keep their dream of winning their first title alive.But the Game 6 victory came with some drama.Nationals manager Dave Martinez ended up being ejected from the game in the 7th inning over a controversial runner interference call. Watch the play unfold HERE.After the game, he addressed the play and his ejection to reporters:Despite the heated exchange between Martinez and the umpires, the Nats were able to tack on more runs that inning to increase their lead over the Astros. They ended up beating Houston 7-2, forcing a Game 7.The winner-take-all finale will take place in Houston Wednesday night.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Written by Beau Lund
Aberdeen’s JG Ross bakery has hailed sell-out tours of its bakery.The 2014 BIA Customer Focus award winners sold all 77 tickets for three tours of its bakery and headquarters in Inverurie, Aberdeen.The tours will offer visitors the chance to see inside the bakery, where it claims to produce more than 110,000 rowies (savoury Aberdeen rolls) a week. Tickets were sold at £15 each. George Ross, founder of JG Ross bakery, told the Evening Express: “The tours are about three hours long and involve the visitors having a meal, before getting a tour of the bakery and a talk about the history of the company from myself.“The visitors will get the chance to see how butteries are made and they will get to take home the ones they saw being made while on their tour.”Dianne Smith, marketing manager said: “In the year of food and drink we decided to use this as an opportunity to showcase our craft skills and the bakery we are proud of. We have always toyed with the idea of selling tickets to tours but never been brave enough to take the plunge. “We have done tours for local WRIs, Brownies and have always had positive feedback. Consumers can’t believe that so many of our products are still hand crafted, using traditional methods, there is a perception that machines have taken over and with the volumes going out of our doors people can’t believe its done by hand.” Three different tours will take place on Thursday, and will be attended by people from as far afield as York and even Houston USA.
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “He looked unhittable,” Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager said.Kershaw gave up seven hits and walked none in seven innings.The Dodgers struck for a pair of runs in the first inning against Marlins starter Tom Koehler (2-2), miraculously, without any hits. Chase Utley led off the game with a walk, went to second base on another walk, took third on a wild pitch then scored when the throw to third base skipped out of play. Justin Turner walked and scored on another walk/wild pitch combination.In the fourth inning, Kershaw helped his own cause by driving in Crawford with an RBI double to center field. Kershaw went 2 for 2, nearly doubling the total number of hits by Dodger pitchers to this point in the season (three).The Dodgers put a pair of runners on base in the ninth inning against Marlins closer A.J. Ramos, but could not score. They had only six hits, which wasn’t enough once Koehler discovered his control.“Kersh put the best at-bats, it seemed like, all night,” Roberts said. “Without those at-bats I don’t know how much offense we had.”Added Kershaw, “I kind of get lucky every once in a while.”Kershaw gets unlucky every once in a while, too. Luck helps explain how the Marlins finally got the ball rolling.Not Stanton. He’s put on one too many shows here to get lucky anymore. He has six home runs already this season; Joc Pederson and Adrian Gonzalez lead the Dodgers with three.“He’s a guy obviously in baseball who if you make a mistake he’ll make you pay,” Roberts said. “It happened quick. The first five innings, you’d think (Kershaw) would throw a shutout, the way he was throwing the baseball, commanding and was in complete control. It turned quickly.” “Obviously you don’t want their best hitter to beat you,” Kershaw said. “That’s what happened.”It happened at Dodger Stadium on Monday, too, and again the day before; Stanton has hit home runs in three consecutive games. The former Sherman Oaks Notre Dame High School standout has a .750 slugging percentage in his career at Dodger Stadium.Stanton missed more than half of last season because of a broken bone in his hand. Coincidentally, he suffered the injury in a game against the Dodgers in Miami. Stanton was leading the major leagues in home runs and RBIs at the time.“With him in the middle of the order it’s important to get the guys out prior,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said. “Obviously the way Yelich is swinging the bat, he’s been getting on base a lot. To combat those great players in the middle of the order you’ve got to get the guys in front of them out. When you don’t do that it just creates stress. Three-runs homers, they win games.”For five innings Kershaw gave up only one hit, a gift triple in the second inning that fooled Dodgers left fielder Carl Crawford as he drifted back and to his left. With Marcell Ozuna on third base, Kershaw came back to strike out J.T. Realmuto and Chris Johnson, two of his 10 strikeouts in the game, beginning a streak of 12 consecutive outs. One bad inning is one more than anyone expects from Clayton Kershaw in 2016, at least in the regular season. The Dodgers’ ace never expects a bad inning from himself.The Marlins scored all of their runs against Kershaw in the sixth inning Tuesday, beating the Dodgers, 5-3, before an announced crowd of 41,102 at Dodger Stadium.The threads of a near no-hitter had barely unraveled when Giancarlo Stanton, the most feared slugger in the Miami Marlins’ dugout outside of Barry Bonds, stepped in to face Kershaw with two runners on base. After delivering his second pitch to Stanton, a 1-0 fastball over the heart of the plate, Kershaw took a knee on the mound.When he looked up, Kershaw could see the baseball land 433 feet away in center field, the scoreboard declaring Stanton’s home run a 109 mph moonshot, and the Dodgers trailing for the first time all night.
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