COVID19-Inform About Steps Taken, Testing Facilities, Availability Of Oxygen Cylinders, Remdesivir Injection Etc: AP High Court To State

first_imgNews UpdatesCOVID19-Inform About Steps Taken, Testing Facilities, Availability Of Oxygen Cylinders, Remdesivir Injection Etc: AP High Court To State Sparsh Upadhyay24 April 2021 5:30 AMShare This – xThe Andhra Pradesh High Court on Thursday (22nd April) asked the State Government to file a comprehensive affidavit with regard to the steps taken by the State to deal with the present COVID-19 pandemic. The Bench of Chief Justice Arup Kumar Goswami and Justice C. Praveen Kumar has also directed that the affidavit should include various facets such as:- Testing facilities, Time being taken for giving reports, Hospitals notified for treatment, Availability of Oxygen cylinders and Remdesivir injections etc. Further, the Counsel for the petitioner also submitted that the State should also disclose what measures have been taken with regard to the private hospitals, which are alleged to have been demanding exorbitant fee for admission of COVID patients. With this, the matter was listed for further hearing on Tuesday (27th April). In related news, observing that it was necessary to monitor the steps taken by the Government in Puducherry to deal with the current crisis, the Madras High court on Friday (23rd April) asked the Chief Secretary to the Union Territory to file a report regarding the availability of Remdesivir, Oxygen Cylinders, Doses Of Vaccine, Ventilators etc. The Bombay High Court on Tuesday (22nd April) directed the State to ensure that anti-viral drug Remdesivir – is made available to patients at the hospital/Covid Centre itself without forcing them to run pillar to post, through a helpline number which must be operational 24/7. Hearing the suo motu proceedings initiated by it to take stock of the surge in COVID-19 cases in the state of Gujarat, the Gujarat High Court on Tuesday (20th April) asked the state Government to come up with Reasonable Remdesivir Distribution Policy. Days after it took note of the issue of non-availability of CT Scan machine in RIMS, the Jharkhand High Court last week expressed concern over the manner in which the State of Jharkhand has been handling the recent surge in Covid-19 cases. A division bench comprising of Chief Justice Ravi Ranjan and Justice Sujit Narayan Prasad called it a “serious issue of concern” that while the Drug Controller submitted that Remdesivir Injection and Favipiravir Tablets were being made available to top medical shops but people were not getting them. To know more about the steps taken by various high courts to monitor COVID-19 issues in their jurisdictions, read this exclusive report by Live Law. How Various High Courts Have Been Monitoring COVID19 Issues In Their Jurisdictions? Click here To Download OrderRead OrderTagsCOVID Management Testing Facilities COVID COVID -19 Availability Of Oxygen Cylinders Oxygen Shortage #Oxygen Remdesivir Remdesivir Injection Remdesivir Distribution Policy AP High Court Andhra Pradesh High Court Andhra Pradesh Government Chief Justice Arup Kumar Goswami Justice C. Praveen Kumar COVID-19 Crisis #Remdesivir Next Storylast_img read more

CFPB attempts a regulatory coup

first_imgThe attempt of the holdover leadership of the CFPB to extend its reign over the Bureau is the type of legal maneuver that lawyers love and that makes everyone else hate lawyers. At the end of the day, what the CFPB and its most zealous supporters will accomplish is nothing more than to underscore that the Bureau is an out of control Bureaucracy in desperate need of reform.When Richard Cordray announced that he was leaving the Bureau at the end of the month, speculation surfaced immediately that the trump administration would name former Congressman and current OMB Director Mick Mulvaney as its Acting Director. Considering that Mulvaney has been an outspoken foe of the Bureau, supporters of the Bureau were understandably upset; but in the words of our previous President, “Elections have consequences.”Fast forward to Friday. Director Cordray apparently was so anxious to get a jump on his Black Friday shopping that he announced that Leandra English who had previously served as the Chief of Staff as his Deputy Director. When Cordray announced his departure, he effectively designated her as his successor until his five-year term ends in July. In a statement explained that “we will continue to benefit from Leandra’s in-depth knowledge of the operational needs of this agency and its staff.” The White House responded with a statement naming Mulvaney as the Acting Director. English has already filed a lawsuitseeking to block Mulvaney from taking up this position. continue reading » 7SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Speedy passing of jobs law contrasted with stalled sexual violence bill

first_img“It makes us wonder whether the government is really committed to bringing justice to the victims of sexual violence in this country.”She went on to say that the government and lawmakers appeared to have deliberately overlooked social justice issues currently plaguing the country by putting the omnibus law above other draft legislation that many deem more important for the public welfare, including the sexual violence eradication bill.“With the omnibus law, the government was most enticed by its economic incentives,” Andy added.In July, the House of Representatives excluded the sexual violence eradication bill from this year’s National Legislation Program (Prolegnas) priority list, citing difficulties in arranging the bill’s deliberation. The speedy passing of the controversial Job Creation Law has angered women’s rights activists and members of the public who have long awaited the enactment of the sexual violence eradication bill, the deliberation of which has been stalled for years at the House of Representatives.National Commission on Violence Against Women (Komnas Perempuan) commissioner Andy Yentriyani told The Jakarta Post on Wednesday that the sexual violence eradication bill had gone through a bumpy road over the past several years – in stark contrast to the omnibus law’s smooth sailing.“The deliberation of the sexual violence eradication bill began years ago in 2014, but the process has since continued at a snail’s pace,” Andy said. Read also: ‘Take all the time in the world to heal’: Agni’s message for victims of sexual assaultHouse Commission VIII deputy chairman Marwan Dasopang previously claimed the deliberation of the bill was “complicated”.In stark contrast, the House Legislation Body (Baleg) revealed that the deliberation of the Job Creation Law took place effectively from April 20 until Oct. 3 before the bill was passed into law on Monday. Lawmakers and the government held intensive meetings over the past months, even on weekends, to expedite the deliberation.Komnas Perempuan has called for the sexual violence eradication bill to be included in the 2021 Prolegnas, urging lawmakers to exert as much effort in the bill’s deliberation as in the passing of the omnibus law.Legislation that sides with the victims of sexual violence is vital, especially given that Komnas Perempuan received at least 46,698 reports of sexual abuse cases against girls and women between 2011 and 2019, according to the commission.“There is no excuse. The House must work hard to ensure the fairest law that protects and fulfills the rights of sexual abuse victims,” Andy told the Post.Eva Nur Cahyani of the Women’s Movement Alliance also demanded the House immediately deliberate the sexual violence eradication bill. “The refusal to deliberate the bill means that [the House] has turned a blind eye to victims of sexual abuse, the number of which has continuously increased every year,” she said as quoted by of the public have echoed a similar sentiment since the passing of the controversial jobs law as they took to social media to lament the interminable deliberation of the sexual violence eradication bill and condemned the government for putting their effort into rushing through the omnibus law instead.ruu pks udah berapa lama ga disahkan, tapi ruu cipta kerja / omnibus law cepet banget disahinnya, it’s obvious where their priority lies, it’s obvious they don’t care about the people, they only care about themselves and things that profited them— putri annisa (@putriaftrni) October 5, 2020“[The sexual violence eradication bill] has never been passed into law, whereas the omnibus law was completed very quickly. It’s obvious where [the government’s] priority lies,” Twitter handle @putriaftrni tweeted on Monday.Comedian Ardit Erwandha tweeted satirical remarks encouraging the government and lawmakers to keep turning a blind eye to public welfare as the omnibus law was completed at the expense of the sexual violence eradication bill.“Omnibus law was passed, while the sexual violence eradication bill remains ignored. […] Don’t think about our welfare, prioritize your interests,” @ArditErwandha wrote in the tweet.Topics :last_img read more

Chelsea v Tel Aviv preview: Mourinho tells journalist to Google after asking ‘stupid question’

first_imgJose Mourinho embarked on a war of words with a journalist at a Chelsea press conference telling the reporter to “click on Google” after asking a “stupid question”.The Chelsea manager remained defiant in the face of critics, with the club having lost three of its opening five games and languishing in 17th spot.The Blues play Maccabi Tel Aviv in their Champions League Group G opener on Wednesday, and a win would take some pressure off Jose Mourinho.”I have nothing to show, to anyone. Nothing,” Mourinho said at a news conference on Tuesday. “Nobody can steal what we are, nobody can steal our trophies, nobody can steal our history. We know what we are: Champions of England.”Porto, which Mourinho led to the Champions League title in 2004, and Dynamo Kiev are the other clubs in the group.Asked if he still has the qualities of a great manager, Mourinho replied: “The point is that the question is stupid. I am sorry.” The Portuguese manager, who joined the club in 2013 for a second spell, said losing is a “strange feeling” after his side’s worst start to a top-flight season in 29 years.Chelsea’s 3-2 victory away at West Brom in August is their only victory in the league so far.He added: “I promise you I am fine. I am not happy. I am not used to losing so many times but I am adapting to the situation.”You cannot expect me to say it is all smiles, laughing and jokes. When people are not getting success we work for, we are going to be frustrated.”We know what we are – champions of England. The fans sing that. Nobody can steal what we are or our trophies or our history, you can try but you can’t do that. “When you are used to winning all the time, then when you don’t it is a strange feeling. Some people deal well with it, others not as good.”–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

Wellington High School Theatre students volunteer to trick or treat because hunger is scary

first_imgSubmitted to Sumner Newscow — The International Thespian Society (ITS), a division of the Educational Theatre Association (EdTA), is pleased to announce the participation of Wellington High School‘s Thespian troupe 7375 in the Trick or Treat So Kids Can Eat program. Trick or Treat So Kids Can Eat is a national community service program for ITS-member schools to collect canned and dry goods for local charities and food banks.Theatre students from Wellington High School will be dressed in costumes to collect food donations during the local trick or treat activities on October 31 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. These donations will go to benefit Wellington Community Food Bank. Thousands of pounds of food will be collected in one night across the state, giving organizations the ability to help thousands of local people. About the International Thespian SocietyThe International Thespian Society (ITS), founded in 1929, is an honorary organization for high school and middle school theatre students located at more than 3,900 affiliated secondary schools across America, Canada, and abroad. The mission of ITS is to honor student achievement in the theatre arts. High school inductees are known as “Thespians” and junior high/middle school inductees are known as “Junior Thespians.” ITS is a division of the Educational Theatre Association (EdTA). Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new commentslast_img read more

Leading seniors selected for England teams

first_img22 Aug 2016 Leading seniors selected for England teams Leading seniors have been selected for the England teams for two forthcoming international championships. The team for the European senior men’s team championship is: Stephen East of Yorkshire, Richard Latham of Lincolnshire (image © Leaderboard Photography), David Nelson of Cheshire, David Niven of Berkshire, Alan Mew of Hampshire, Ian Crowther of Lancashire and the reserve, Mark Stones of Essex. The championship will take place at Diners Golf and Country Club, Slovenia, from 30 August to 3 September. The same team, with the addition of Mark Stones, will contest the Senior Men’s Home Internationals at Machynys Peninsula, Wales, from 20-22 September. The players: Stephen East (Moortown) won the Scottish senior championship this season having previously won Spanish, English and Portuguese senior titles.  He also topped the England Golf senior order of merit in his debut year in 2014. Richard Latham (Woodhall Spa) won the English senior championship for the second time this year and is a past winner of the Scottish title. He won the England Golf senior order of merit in 2013. David Nelson (Northenden) was third in the English senior championship, runner-up in the Northern senior qualifying tournament and was 14th in the Senior Amateur Championship. David Niven (Newbury & Crookham) was runner-up in the English senior championship and in the South East Group’s Alan Hobson Trophy. Last year he tied fourth in the Senior Amateur Championship and helped Berks Bucks & Oxon (BB&O) win the Senior County Championship. Alan Mew (Stoneham) was third in the Welsh senior championship, sixth in the Scottish, 12th in the Irish and 19th in the English. He was 16th in the Senior Amateur Championship. Ian Crowther (Royal Lytham & St Annes) tied eighth in the Senior Amateur Championship and 11th in the Northern senior qualifying tournament Mark Stones (Boyce Hill) has had top ten finishes in the English, Irish and Scottish senior championships and was 14th in Wales. The England senior order of merit is used to select the teams with the top four players qualifying automatically for the European team and the top five for the Home Internationals. Two further players are selected for each team.last_img read more

Indian athletes who are policing the streets during Covid-19 lockdown!

first_imgAdvertisement 2godNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsb1v2Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eeg2( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) jfWould you ever consider trying this?😱7fefCan your students do this? 🌚1ixcjRoller skating! Powered by Firework Persuading people to stay home amid a nationwide lockdown isn’t a very easy task, but some of these Indian athletes who are now accomplished police officers are playing a key role in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. 2007 T20 World Cup-winning allrounder Joginder Sharma, Commonwealth Games gold medallist boxer Akhil Kumar and Asian Games champion kabaddi player Ajay Thakur – have all earned the opportunity to serve their country through jobs in the service and are manning the streets during these testing times. Advertisement Under such critical times, these sporting heroes could’ve enjoyed their usual privileges; instead they decided to demonstrate their role as people of influence while proving to be of greater human resource than just being athletes.Advertisement In a recent interview, Joginder Sharma, Akhil Kumar and Ajay Thakur opened up about their challenges that come with “doing duty” during an unprecedented crisis.Joginder SharmaAdvertisement “I have been a DSP since 2007. This is one of a kind challenge for me as a police officer because of the general fear and I can tell you that I have seen quite a few challenges in my years of service,” said Sharma, who made history with the Indian Cricket team in the final against Pakistan in the 2007 T20 World Cup.“Our duty time starts around 6am and we do patrolling, making people aware, send those who are out for fun to their homes, help those in need of essentials or medical aid and take action against those who try to defy without any good reason,” said the 36-year-old former all-rounder, currently serving in Hisar, Haryana.“They respect me for my achievement and sometimes it helps my work when they see my nameplate. When I tell people to not crowd markets for cheap deals, they adhere. I tell them how costly it would be if they catch this infection, that they should not risk a deadly disease for saving a few bucks,” he added.Akhil KumarThis flamboyant bantamweight boxer who happens to be Sharma’s good friend is posted in Gurugram Police as ACP since September last year.“People are generally cooperative and, in any case, essential services are being kept open so there is not much panic. I believe only a strict enforcement of lockdown will be able to halt this virus. People are slowly understanding this,” said the 38-year-old who bagged gold in the 2006 Common Wealth Games.However, one of the most difficult duties for his department during these days is to control the young willful violators, or those who choose to ignore the situation.“There are some who genuinely don’t know but there are others who come out despite knowing what it means. I think they should be dealt with sternly, that’s the only language they understand,” he asserted.“I reach out to their parents. That’s the best way to make them understand because they are a little unaware of the gravity of the situation,” Kumar said.Ajay ThakurArjuna award winner Padma Shri Ajay Thakur is a DSP in Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh since 2017. The 2014 Asian Games gold-medallist recently shared a photo of himself patrolling the streets of the town, raising awareness about the crisis.“Please stay home save lives” wrote the 33-year-old on his Instagram account which has over two lakh followers! You may also like:Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma relay an important Coronavirus message to IndiaShoaib Akhtar’s message to the world in fight against Coronavirus: It’s time to rise above religion Advertisementlast_img read more