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Unemployment Conference will help agencies assist those out of work

first_imgNewsx Adverts WhatsApp By News Highland – October 21, 2010 LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Facebook Minister McConalogue says he is working to improve fishing quota Facebook Google+ The Chairperson of the Donegal County Development Board says the outcome of a conference on unemployment held in the county yesterday will be that agencies in the county will be better briefed on the needs of people who are out of work at present.The event, held as part of Social Inclusion Week in the county, say unemployed people share their perspectives and experiences, including problems experienced in accessing training and services.Cllr Dessie Larkin says the board will now collect everything that came up during the discussions and workshops, and that will help inform future policy:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/dessi830.mp3[/podcast] Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also WhatsApp Twittercenter_img 70% of Cllrs nationwide threatened, harassed and intimidated over past 3 years – Report Google+ Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Pinterest Previous article10th Annual IT and Telecommunications Conference gets under way at LYIT todayNext articleBlaney launches petition to highlight need for new Letterkenny Link News Highland Unemployment Conference will help agencies assist those out of work Twitter Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week last_img read more

‘Lock Down A Force Majeure Event’ : Madras High Court Directs Complete Waiver Of License Fee During Total Lockdown Period

first_imgNews Updates’Lock Down A Force Majeure Event’ : Madras High Court Directs Complete Waiver Of License Fee During Total Lockdown Period LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK5 Feb 2021 2:31 AMShare This – xIn a notable judgment, the Madras High Court has directed a Municipal Corporation to waive the license fee for running a shop in a bus stand during the entire period of total lockdown from March 24, 2020 to September 6, 2020.A single bench of Justice G R Swaminathan observed that the benefit of a Government Order issued by the Tamil Nadu Government – which waived license fee for two…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?LoginIn a notable judgment, the Madras High Court has directed a Municipal Corporation to waive the license fee for running a shop in a bus stand during the entire period of total lockdown from March 24, 2020 to September 6, 2020.A single bench of Justice G R Swaminathan observed that the benefit of a Government Order issued by the Tamil Nadu Government – which waived license fee for two months(April & May) – should be extended during the period when total lockdwon was in force.The Court was considering a writ petition filed by on R Narayanan, who was running a shop in the Nagercoil bus stand on a license from the Nagercoil Municipal Corporation, seeking complete waiver of the license fee during the total lockdown period.The bench observed that although the license agreement did not have an express ‘force majeure’ clause, the COVID-19 pandemic has to be treated as a ‘force majeure’ event. Since the local body itself directed the shutting down of the bus stand and the shops, it cannot demand license fee during the period when the shop remained close. Justice Swaminathan observed in the order :”The question is whether notwithstanding the stipulation of absolute performance cast on the licensee, this Court would be justified in treating the”lock down” as a force majeure event which will relieve the licensee from performing his obligation to the corresponding extent. My answer is in the affirmative. Section 51 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 states that when a contract consists of reciprocal promise to be simultaneously performed, no promisor need perform his promise unless the promisee is ready and willing to perform his reciprocal promise. As per Section54, performance cannot be claimed till the other has been performed. The local body must keep the bus stand open and in good repair. The licensee must be permitted to keep the licensed shop open. If the local body had directed the licensee to close down the shop, it cannot demand fee from the licensee for the period when the shop remained closed. Of course, the licensee must be free of any wrong doing. If the licensee is made to suffer for no fault of his by direction to close down the shop, then, the question of payment of fee will notarise. This is clearly an implied term in the contract”.The Court also observed, referring to various Supreme Court precedents,  that a state instrumentality has to abide by the principles of equality and non-arbitrariness as enshrined in Article 14 of the Constitution even in contractual matters with private parties.”The State acting whether as a landlord or a tenant is required to act bonafide and not arbitrarily, when the same is likely to affect prejudicially the right of others. A statute must be construed justly. An unjust law is no law at all. A statutory order or discretion exercised by a statutory authority must be tested on the anvil of the constitutional scheme. The action on the part of the State must be reasonable even in contractual matters”, the bench observed.’Lockdown Prima Facie In Nature Of Force Majeure’ : Delhi HC Stays Bank Guarantees’ Invocation [Read Order]The Court also took a dig at the bureaucracy for passing an order in September to grant only two months waiver of license fee on account of lockdown. The Court noted that the order was issued on the basis of a recommendation made by the Commissioner of Municipal Administration in June 2020 to grant two months waiver. However the recommendation was only acted upon only in September but without considering the fact that the lockdown was further extended.”It is seen that the said G.O was issued in response to the letter dated 18.06.2020sent by the Commissioner of Municipal Administration. A letter sent in the month of June 2020 will obviously cover only the preceding months of April and May. No one would have anticipated that the lockdown would continue for several more months. Therefore, when the G.O was issued in September, it straightaway accepted the proposal which was confined only to April and May2020. That is how bureaucracy functions. The Secretary to Government did not deem it necessary to go beyond the terms of the request made by the Commissioner of Municipal Administration. But a constitutional court cannot have a blinkered vision. It must take into account the position that prevails on the date when the lis is adjudicated”, the Court said.[Force Majeure] Taking Cue From Courts: What Worked, What Didn’tThe reason for granting waiver for the months of April and May would equally hold good for the entire”total lockdown” period, the Court said.The Court allowed the writ petition directing complete waiver of license fee from March 24 to September 6, 2020. As regards the subsequent period of partial lockdown, the court permitted the petitioner to approach the authorities for relief.”This Court believes in the principle of nudging as propounded by Richard H.Thaler. This Court would expect the authorities to take note of the ground realities and respond appropriately”, the Court said in conclusion.Case DetailsTitle : R Narayanan v The Government of Tamil NaduCase No : WP(MD) 19596 of 2020Bench  : Justice GR SwaminathanAppearances : Advocate N Dilip Kumar for the petitioner; S Angappan, Government Advocate; P.Athimoolpandian for Municipal CorporationClick here to read/download the judgment Next Storylast_img read more

On the comparison of population-level estimates of haplotype and nucleotide diversity: a case study using the gene cox1 in animals

first_imgEstimates of genetic diversity represent a valuable resource for biodiversity assessments and are increasingly used to guide conservation and management programs. The most commonly reported estimates of DNA sequence diversity in animal populations are haplotype diversity (h) and nucleotide diversity (π) for the mitochondrial gene cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (cox1). However, several issues relevant to the comparison of h and π within and between studies remain to be assessed. We used population-level cox1 data from peer-reviewed publications to quantify the extent to which data sets can be re-assembled, to provide a standardized summary of h and π estimates, to explore the relationship between these metrics and to assess their sensitivity to under-sampling. Only 19 out of 42 selected publications had archived data that could be unambiguously re-assembled; this comprised 127 population-level data sets (ngreater than or equal to15) from 23 animal species. Estimates of h and π were calculated using a 456-base region of cox1 that was common to all the data sets (median h=0.70130, median π=0.00356). Non-linear regression methods and Bayesian information criterion analysis revealed that the most parsimonious model describing the relationship between the estimates of h and π was π=0.0081h2. Deviations from this model can be used to detect outliers due to biological processes or methodological issues. Subsampling analyses indicated that samples of n>5 were sufficient to discriminate extremes of high from low population-level cox1 diversity, but samples of ngreater than or equal to25 are recommended for greater accuracy.last_img read more

Top Kenyan official in court over Rio kit ‘theft’

first_imgTwo other NOCK officials, vice-chairman Pius Ochieng and secretary-general Francis Kinyili Paul, were also charged with fraudulently acquiring the Team Kenya kit from Nike.Controversy kicked off Kenya’s Olympics this summer when athletes appeared at the opening ceremony in mismatched gear because those provided by kit sponsor Nike had gone missing. Dozens of boxes of the gear later turned up in a raid on Kenya’s Olympics headquarters.Further embarrassment ensued when it emerged someone had forgotten to book a plane ticket for javelin world champion Julius Yego — who went on to win Olympics silver — while 200m sprinter Carvin Nkanata’s accreditation was submitted late meaning he almost missed his race.A parliamentary probe into the mismanagement of the Games was told in September how $20,000 was wasted as officials booked rooms for President Uhuru Kenyatta and the sports cabinet secretary aboard a cruise ship which were never used.Despite the scandals Kenya scooped 13 medals, including six gold, in its best performance at the Olympics.Share on: WhatsApp Kenyatta sends off the Olympics team. A kit scandal has hit the team after the games.Nairobi, Kenya | AFP | The chairman of Kenya’s Olympic committee appeared in court on Tuesday after police uncovered boxes of Nike kits at his apartment which had gone missing during the Rio Games.Bernard Ekumbo is the latest official from the National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOCK) to be arrested over the scandal, one of several which overshadowed Kenya’s best performance at a Games.He was arrested on Monday during a raid on his apartment in which boxes of Nike wear were found, including swimming and athletics gear.Ekumbo was not charged and prosecutors requested he be held in custody to give them more time to complete their investigation into theft, abuse of office and neglect of official duty.In September Kenya’s Rio Olympics manager Stephen Soi was charged with four counts of stealing more than $250,000 (235,000 euros) destined for athletes and officials in Brazil.last_img read more

FL Deputy Accused of Planting Drugs During Stops

first_imgProsecutors have dropped charges in nearly 120 of Wester’s arrest cases.Williams says, “There is no question that Wester’s crimes were deliberate and that his actions put innocent people in jail.”Wester is facing felony charges of racketeering, official misconduct, fabricating evidence, possession of a controlled substance, and false imprisonment. In addition, he faces misdemeanor charges of perjury, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia.He is being held without bond.The FDLE started investigating Wester last August at the request of the sheriff’s office. Officials with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement say they arrested a former deputy on Wednesday for apparently using his position to incriminate innocent people.According to Chris Williams, assistant special in charge for the FDLE in Pensacola, officers caught up with former Jackson County sheriff’s deputy Zachary Wester in the Panhandle after a year-long investigation.Wester allegedly pulled over drivers for minor traffic infractions on a regular basis, then planted drugs and arrested them on made-up drug charges.last_img read more