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first_imgTop Stories’No One Can Suppress Facts’ : Supreme Court Pulls Up Gujarat Govt. Over Rajkot COVID-19 Hospital Fire Radhika Roy1 Dec 2020 3:03 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court on Tuesday pulled up the Gujarat Government in a matter pertaining to the fire which had broken out at a COVID-19 designated hospital in Rajkot, Gujarat on 27th November, killing five persons.A Bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan adjourned the matter to Thursday, while noting that the State could not suppress facts and that the same had to come out in a correct…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 Supreme Court on Tuesday pulled up the Gujarat Government in a matter pertaining to the fire which had broken out at a COVID-19 designated hospital in Rajkot, Gujarat on 27th November, killing five persons.A Bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan adjourned the matter to Thursday, while noting that the State could not suppress facts and that the same had to come out in a correct fashion. Accordingly, the Apex Court directed Solicitor-General Tushar Mehta to look into the matter. In today’s hearing, the SG submitted to the Court that the Centre had issued guidelines under the National Disaster Management Act and that the Affidavit had been filed the previous day. However, the Bench stated that they were yet to receive it. Justice MR Shah, who was also a part of the Bench, then reprimanded the Government of Gujarat – “We have seen your counter-affidavit. Your stand is contrary to your Chief Electrical Engineer. As per your Counter, everything is good!”. Justice Shah went on to inform the State that no one could suppress facts and they had to come out in the correct fashion. Justice Shah: No one can suppress the facts. The facts need to come out in the correct fashion. SG: Justice DK Mehta is heading the Inquiry Committee. Justice Shah: That’s okay for Rajkot, but what about the Ahmedabad where 7 people have died ?— Live Law (@LiveLawIndia) December 1, 2020 At this juncture, the SG informed the Court that an Inquiry Committee had been constituted. To this, the Court stated that that was fine for Rajkot, however, there was also a case in Ahmedabad wherein seven people had died. Matter will now be heard on the coming Thursday. The Court had taken suo moto cognizance of the fire which had broken out in the Rajkot hospital and stated that the breaking of fires in COVID-19 hospitals was repetitive and, no legitimate measures were being taken by the authorities to mitigate and prevent them. The Court directed the Centre to bring on record the steps to prevent fires in hospitals and also directed the State of Gujarat to submit a report. “The Court takes suo motu cognisance of the incident that happened today where 6 persons in Rajkot died due to fire in a covid designated hospital, not the first incident. These incidents are repeated and we notice that no complete steps being taken by states nor is there any mechanism to abrogate the situation. The SG submits that he is aware of the incident and he will ensure that steps are taken by tomorrow and that he will inform the court regarding steps taken on the next date. We also direct the Counsel of Gujarat to submit a report by Tuesday when the matter is taken up next”, a Bench comprising Justices Ashok Bhushan, R. Subhash Reddy and M R Shah ordered.Next Storylast_img read more

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Kyle Norton was arrested on driving while intoxicated charges after he allegedly crashed into a school bus carrying six children and a pregnant woman’s car, police said.An East Islip man was arrested on drunken driving charges Friday after he allegedly crashed into two vehicles—a school bus and a pregnant woman’s car—in Brentwood, Suffolk County police said.Police arrested 37-year-old Kyle Norton after two Good Samaritans followed his Chevrolet Trailblazer after the first crash and called 911, police said.Four children on the school bus and the pregnant woman and her two children were taken to Southside Hospital in Bay Shore with minor injuries, police said. All have been released.The school bus, which had six children inside, was hit in the rear on Broadway and Dolce Street at 3:34 p.m., police said. Norton allegedly fled the scene and crashed into the woman’s car on Alkier Street and Gibson Avenue two minutes later, police said.Norton was also charged with leaving the scene of an accident, aggravated unlicensed of a motor vehicle and criminal possession of a controlled substance.He will be arraigned Saturday at First District Court in Central Islip.last_img read more

first_imgNeal’s Funeral Home 306 S Walnut St. Osgood, IN 47037 812-689-4262James E. Foster, age 62 of Napoleon, passed away Sunday, July 23, 2017 in Indianapolis at Methodist Hospital. Born on April 19, 1955, James was the son of the late Stanley and Lorraine Goldsmith Foster. He grew up in a large family with six brothers and four sisters. On July 3, 1975, he married Cheryl Ann Roberts, who survives. A graduate of Jac-Cen-Del Jr-Sr High School, Jim went to work for Delta Faucet in 1975. He had held various positions with the company during the 42 years he worked for them, but most recently he was a hand jack operator.Not surprisingly, with coming from a huge family, family meant much to him. However, he kept active with other interests also. He enjoyed woodworking, especially scrollwork. He was a fantastic photographer even though he preferred never to be in the pictures. Taking road trips to enjoy the country and wild life was another enjoyable pastime. Some of his favorite destination trips included Siesta Key, Gatlinburg, and Gettysburg. The family commented that he enjoyed teasing and picking on his family even during the last hours of his life. One brother said, “Jim was a kind, gentle, happy-go-lucky guy.”Survivors include his wife Cheryl Foster at home and his daughter April Marie Foster and fiancé Lester Clark, Napoleon. His six brothers are Dennis (Janice) Foster, Nogales, AZ; Tim (Janet) Foster, Napoleon; Doug (Pam) Foster, Greensburg; Mick Foster, Greensburg; Johnny Paul (Lynn) Foster, Osgood; and Larry Mark (Phyllis) Foster, Greensburg. His four sisters are Diane Huening, Greensburg; Peggy (Duane Sizemore) Murray, Napoleon; Rita J. Foster, Greensburg; and Laurie Foster, Napoleon. Also surviving are his grandchildren Aaron Johnson, Alex Foster, and Allison Smitley; his mother-in-law Wanda Roberts, Napoleon; brother-in-law Mickey Roberts, Milan; and sister-in-law Kim McKinley, Myakka, FL. Jim was preceded in death by his parents and an infant son Samuel Edward Foster.Services will be held all in one day, Thursday, July 27, 2017 at Neal’s Funeral Home in Osgood. Visitation will be from 3:30 – 6:30 P.M. with the funeral following at 6:30 P.M. Memorials may be made to donor’s choice. Arrangements were made by Neal’s Funeral Home of Osgood, Indiana.last_img read more

first_imgMilan: Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice as Juventus closed out 2018 on a high with a 2-1 win over Sampdoria to set a new points record in Serie A before the winter break on Saturday. Not to be outdone, however, Napoli’s Arkadiusz Milik also bagged a brace with a 3-2 home win against Bologna to keep the pressure on the champions. Ronaldo-powered Juventus have achieved a record number of points before the three-week winter break with 53 from 19 games. Napoli are nine points behind in second, with Inter Milan a further five adrift in third, days after their clash at the San Siro was overshadowed by the death of a supporter with Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly targetted by racist chanting. Koulibaly was suspended for Saturday’s game but fans showed their support in his San Paolo stadium by wearing masks with the defender’s face and holding up banners saying: “We are all Koulibaly”.           Dries Mertens sealed victory two minutes from time after Bologna battled back twice to level Milik’s goals on 15 and 51 minutes. “It was important to end the year on a high and it wasn’t at all easy,” said Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri after a game in which the video assistant referee played a key role. Two penalties were decided by VAR with Sampordia also having a late equaliser ruled out. Ronaldo curled in the opener after just two minutes in Turin, adding a second from the spot on 65 minutes, to go top of Serie A’s scoring charts on 14 goals. Fabio Quagliarella pulled the Genoa outfit level with a penalty on 33 minutes, before Riccardo Saponara’s late equaliser was ruled offside.          Read More | Liverpool crush Arsenal 5-1 to extend lead in Premier LeagueSampdoria coach Marco Giampaolo, dismissing Ronaldo’s penalty as “a gift,” adding “that Saponara goal should never have been cancelled”. “For me, morally, the game was 2-2.” Read More | Lionel Messi hat-trick boosts Barcelona to top of La Liga tableThe seven-time reigning champions have dropped points just twice, against Genoa in October and Atalanta midweek, and are firmly on track for an eighth consecutive Scudetto. “Records are meaningless, if not to improve and raise the bar,” said Allegri. “We do have the perception that with Cristiano Ronaldo there’s a better chance of winning the Champions League. However, we’re not even in January yet and there’s a very long way to go.”         ‘Extraordinary’ The Portuguese striker found a way through early, picking up a Paulo Dybala cross to fire in past Sampdoria’s on-loan Juventus goalkeeper Emil Audero. Sampdoria pulled level following a penalty awarded following an Emre Can handball with Quagliarella making no mistake. The 35-year-old became the first player to score in nine consecutive Serie A games since David Trezeguet for Juventus in 2005.   Audero deflected over a Ronaldo header on the hour but the hosts went ahead when the referee pointed to the spot for an Alex Ferrari handball. Substitute Saponara looked to have grabbed a point deep into injury time but VAR ruled he was in an offside position. Napoli got back to winning ways after last week’s defeat in Milan, despite missing Koulibaly and Lorenzo Insigne, who were both suspended, and injured captain Marek Hamsik.             Bologna’s Federico Santander and Danilo levelled twice with headers before Mertens secured the win with a powerful drive from a distance. “We’re on track with expectations,” said Napoli coach Carlo Ancelotti. “We had some good results that have only been watered down by an extraordinary Juventus run.”  Earlier Inter Milan earned back-to-back wins with Senegalese winger Keita Balde scoring on 72 minutes in a game played without their fans after the racist abuse aimed at Koulibaly in the San Siro. “It was fundamental that we win this match,” said coach Luciano Spalletti.  Roma profitted from Sampdoria’s defeat to move up to fifth thanks to second half goals for Bryan Cristante (58) and Cengiz Under (75) in a 2-0 win over Parma. Lazio were held 1-1 by Torino in the Stadio Olimpico, as Atalanta beat Sassuolo 6-2 with Slovenian Josip Ilicic scoring a second-half hat-trick. The battle for European football is tight with just six points between Lazio in fourth and Fiorentina in tenth position. Meanwhile, bottom club Chievo achieved their first top flight success with a 1-0 win over fellow strugglers Frosinone. For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

first_imgAs temperatures rise this summer, there have been a string of tragic deaths involving children being left in automobiles throughout the US.A Florida mom is now behind bars after leaving her 7-week-old daughter and 2-year-old son in a vehicle parked in her driveway.She reportedly told deputies she “had no idea” she’d left her two young children.Andrea Michelle Cole, 35, was arrested Monday after Manatee County deputies found the infant and crying boy inside the car.Police were initially called to the family home on reports of a domestic disturbance.At the scene, deputies reportedly found loose prescription pills, open liquor bottles, and used diapers.It is also reported that the family had the children in poor living conditions with no edible food.Cole appeared in court Tuesday and told the judge she loved her children and denied not having food for them.As of Tuesday, she remains in jail on child neglect charges.No other information is available at this time.Related content:Two-year-old found dead in Parking lot of an Oakland Park day care centerlast_img read more

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