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Generalna — Autor alveseat @ 07:08

Opening the arguments, Sibal said as per convention the senior-most MLA should be appointed pro tem speaker.The bench also made it clear that no other item in the agenda shall be taken up during the trust vote. The bench said secretary of the Legislative Assembly will record the proceedings of the House.The bench passed the order after recording the statement of Additional Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, who was appearing for the Karnataka government and Governor Vajubhai Vala.NEW DELHI:The Supreme Court today ordered live <a href="https://www.cobaltalloy.net/product/cobalt-chromium-alloy/">cobalt chromium alloy</a> telecast of the floor test in the Karnataka.

Assembly where Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa has to prove his majority.He said the governor has very limited discretionary power in appointing pro tem speaker and “we would have no objection if pro tem speaker only had to administer oath to the MLAs, the problem is here he is also holding the floor test”.The senior lawyer said appointing the senior-most lawmaker as pro tem speaker has been a practice in place in commonwealth countries.In the order, the bench said, “Though a number of prayers have been made in the application, it was not necessary to go into all the prayers in view of the statement made by Mehta that there will be live telecast of the proceedings.If you  are casting aspersions on the pro tem speaker then we will have to issue notice to him and postpone the floor test, the bench said during the hearing and added ;How can we direct governor to appoint pro tem speaker.

The floor test is scheduled for 4 pm. The bench termed as  the suggestion of Karnataka governor;s counsel that the floor test be telecast live.It said that several local channels will be provided the live feed of the proceedings so that they can also be in a position to telecast simultaneously.During the hearing, which commenced at 10:30 am, the bench termed as suggestion of the Karnataka governor counsel that floor test be telecast live. After the  combine, which had last night filed a petition challenging the appointment of.

BJP MLA K G Bopaiah as pro tem speaker by the governor for conducting the floor test, did not press for the prayers. Live broadcast of floor test will be the best possible way to ensure transparency in the proceedings, a bench comprising justices A K Sikri, S A Bobde and Ashok Bhushan said.We may place on record that statement of Mehta is that there would be live telecast of the proceedings of the legislative assembly in respect of the floor test,” the order said. However, the bench shot back “there have been earlier instances where senior-most MLA has not been appointed as pro tem speaker.


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Generalna — Autor alveseat @ 06:32

In that case, the Madras High Court directed the management to pay a compensation of `45 lakh and also return the certificates of the students within three days,” he said.The parents then lodged a complaint against the institution with the Kottayam SP as the admissions were held by the representatives of the college there. However, after the students were asked to join the deemed universities to continue with their courses, 22 of them sought admission in three varsities by paying  I request your helpful intervention in this case,” said Pinarayi in his letter.He said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has written to his Maharashtra counterpart Devendra Fadnavis in this regard.

But our college preferred to hide the rules from us,” she said.“The case has been taken up by Kottayam SP Harishankar.Three students came back to Kerala as they didn’t have the money to pay the fees, he said. Another student said the other colleges that had similar rules sent back the students in the first stage itself. The Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) withheld the first-year result of these students since the lack of MHCET score made them ineligible to continue the said course,” he said.“

In our case, the management refrains from paying back the tuition and accommodation fees of around `2.20 lakh,” he said. But all of this has come to nought.. They seek the return of their fees paid along with compensation and their original certificates submitted for admission.“They even had good marks in Plus-Two.Riya Sabu, a student, said after the issue came to light, the college management had in January promised students they will get them admitted to deemed universities within six months.These 25 girls have lost two of their precious years as the college had not informed them they had cobalt chromium alloy bar to clear MHCET for getting admission in BSc Nursing course in an institute in Maharashtra.

Nothing materialised,” she said. The police are initiating steps to bring the five accused persons to stand trial in Kerala,” said Biju.“The students have undergone a great ordeal and pain.4 lakh they had deposited,” he said.KOCHI:When 25 girls from Kerala attended the interview held by the representatives of Tehmi Grant Institute of Nursing Education in Maharashtra, little did they know they were being taken for a ride.There had been a similar case in Tamil Nadu last year, said Biju.“We are awaiting a reply from the Maharashtra CM.According to Biju Mathew, the representative of the parents of the aggrieved students, they had very good NEET scores.


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Generalna — Autor alveseat @ 02:13

 

We have only one trained officer..Amid citizens protest and litigation over a proposal to cut at least 14,000 trees for redevelopment of seven neighbourhoods in South Delhi, the authorities on Saturday announced new greening initiatives such as ‘adopt a tree’ scheme for residents living in Lutyens’ Delhi and ‘geotagging” of all 500,000 saplings that were planted across the city.In plantation drives held during the monsoon cobalt chromium alloy rod in the past years, the Delhi government never planted more than 50,000 saplings in a day.

 

Experts also red-flagged problems geo-tagging could create if not done properly.The New Delhi Municipal Council that planted 10,000 saplings in parks and road corridors falling in its jurisdiction, also launched ‘adopt a tree’ scheme wherein a resident can pick a tree and look after it in her lifetime. “Residents can log on to the civic body’s website to adopt a tree and will have to update about its growth on a regular basis,” said NDMC chairperson Naresh Kumar.Dozens of labourers hired for the plantation were seen planting the saplings with plastic covers intact.“Saplings have to be taken out of plastic bags and then planted.

 

If we employ labourers without training and they miss the location — longitude-latitude locations are necessary to get accurate satellite imagery of each plant so its health and growth can be regularly monitored — we will get all our readings wrong,” said a senior official at the city’s forest department.“Delhi is battling severe air pollution and we can feel the dust around us. How will the roots that are sealed in plastic covers ever grow into the soil? This is common sense,” said Fayaz Khudsar, scientist in-charge of the Yamuna biodiversity park.

JA Chouhan, principal chief conservator of forest of Delhi, said workers had been planting saplings at Garhi Mandu site since 2:30 am in order to hit the target.Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal called the efforts a “mass movement launched by the people of Delhi” to combat air pollution. All of us are responsible for this situation and now the onus is on all of us to resolve this,” he said after planting a banyan sapling at the Garhi Mandu plantation site in east Delhi.But the plantation drive came with its own set of problems.NEW DELHI:The national capital set a record of sorts when on Saturday government agencies planted 500,000 saplings on a single day across 643 locations in the city.


are responsible for this situation and now

Generalna — Autor alveseat @ 02:13

 

We have only one trained officer..Amid citizens protest and litigation over a proposal to cut at least 14,000 trees for redevelopment of seven neighbourhoods in South Delhi, the authorities on Saturday announced new greening initiatives such as ‘adopt a tree’ scheme for residents living in Lutyens’ Delhi and ‘geotagging” of all 500,000 saplings that were planted across the city.In plantation drives held during the monsoon cobalt chromium alloy rod in the past years, the Delhi government never planted more than 50,000 saplings in a day.

 

Experts also red-flagged problems geo-tagging could create if not done properly.The New Delhi Municipal Council that planted 10,000 saplings in parks and road corridors falling in its jurisdiction, also launched ‘adopt a tree’ scheme wherein a resident can pick a tree and look after it in her lifetime. “Residents can log on to the civic body’s website to adopt a tree and will have to update about its growth on a regular basis,” said NDMC chairperson Naresh Kumar.Dozens of labourers hired for the plantation were seen planting the saplings with plastic covers intact.“Saplings have to be taken out of plastic bags and then planted.

 

If we employ labourers without training and they miss the location — longitude-latitude locations are necessary to get accurate satellite imagery of each plant so its health and growth can be regularly monitored — we will get all our readings wrong,” said a senior official at the city’s forest department.“Delhi is battling severe air pollution and we can feel the dust around us. How will the roots that are sealed in plastic covers ever grow into the soil? This is common sense,” said Fayaz Khudsar, scientist in-charge of the Yamuna biodiversity park.

JA Chouhan, principal chief conservator of forest of Delhi, said workers had been planting saplings at Garhi Mandu site since 2:30 am in order to hit the target.Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal called the efforts a “mass movement launched by the people of Delhi” to combat air pollution. All of us are responsible for this situation and now the onus is on all of us to resolve this,” he said after planting a banyan sapling at the Garhi Mandu plantation site in east Delhi.But the plantation drive came with its own set of problems.NEW DELHI:The national capital set a record of sorts when on Saturday government agencies planted 500,000 saplings on a single day across 643 locations in the city.


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