first_imgNews UpdatesReligare Finvest Scam: Delhi HC Directs AIIMS Director To Constitute A Medical Board For Looking Into The Treatment Given To Kavi Arora in Prison [Read Order] Karan Tripathi9 Jun 2020 4:42 AMShare This – xDelhi High Court has directed the Director of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences to constitute a medical board to look into the treatment and diet given by the jail authorities to Kavi Arora, one of the accused in the Religare Finvest scam. The Single Bench of Justice Suresh Kumar Kait further directed the Jail Superintendent to provide all medical documents/test reports…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 directed the Director of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences to constitute a medical board to look into the treatment and diet given by the jail authorities to Kavi Arora, one of the accused in the Religare Finvest scam. The Single Bench of Justice Suresh Kumar Kait further directed the Jail Superintendent to provide all medical documents/test reports to the Board for deliberation and consideration. The order has come in an application moved by Kavi Arora for interim bail in a case where he is charged with offences punishable under section 409/420/120B of the Indian Penal Code. In the order dated May 28, this court had directed the Jail Superintendent concerned to provide medical reports/tests undergone and the treatment being given to the Petitioner. However, the Petitioner submits that till date the said documents have not been provided to him. Senior Advocate Sudhir Nandrajog, who appeared for the Petitioner submitted that the X-ray and ultrasound reports of the Petitioner have not been provided and health of the petitioner is deteriorating day-by-day in jail and because he had not been given proper treatment, his immunity has gone down and thus vulnerable to coronavirus. Appearing for the jail authorities, Mr Rahul Mehra argued that proper treatment is being given in jail and if further treatment is required, that will be provided to the petitioner from the appropriate hospital. While directing for the constituting of the medical board, the court observed that: ‘It is not in dispute that after his admission in judicial custody, petitioner has lost 25 kgs. of weight.’ The court also directed that if Medical Board requires the presence of the Petitioner, jail authorities are directed to produce him before the Board accordingly.Click Here To Download Order[Read Order] Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more


first_img“Look at the weather forecast and see what the next couple of days will do,” says Shelp. “If it’s going to warm up, you’ll probably be okay. If it’s going to continue to stay cold, then we probably need to consider doing something.” He says when ice builds up, it can lead to pooling water which may eventually leak into your house. Shelp says its best to be proactive and look for ice on your roof. Shelp says older homes are at higher risk. If you want to clean the snow yourself, Shelp recommends getting a snow rake so you can clear the snow safely from the ground and not the roof. You can also call a professional to come clear it for you. Co-owner of Peranich and Shelp Construction Compnay Tom Shelp says the biggest issue with snow piling up on your roof is the ice build up. (WBNG) — Peranich and Shelp Construction Company says getting snow off your roof is important, although you probably don’t think about doing it much.last_img read more


first_img1/47 Seagull Ave, Mermaid Beach.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa16 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoMarketing agent Andre Sharples, of Harcourts Coastal, said the sellers were trading their four-storey home just metres from the beach for an acreage property.“We had three registered bidders,” he said.“The buyers are from Melbourne and they’re relocating.”The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home was marketed as the epitome of lifestyle living as it is a short walk to the popular Nobby’s Beach restaurant and cafe precinct as well as public transport and schools. 1/47 Seagull Ave, Mermaid Beach. WHY THIS PROPERTY WON’T SELL GOLD COAST BEACHFRONT PROPERTIES TRADING IN SECRET DEALS It was one of five properties to go under the hammer at Harcourts Coastal’s in-room auction on Wednesday morning and the only property to sell.The agency was due to hold a second auction event on Wednesday evening. 1/47 Seagull Ave, Mermaid Beach.A TUSCAN inspired villa on one of the Gold Coast’s most popular streets sold under the hammer at Harcourts Coastal’s in-room auctions on Wednesday.The Mermaid Beach home at 1/47 Seagull Ave, known as Maison de la Mare, was snapped up for $1.25 million.last_img read more


first_imgCHICAGO — UFC flyweight champion Henry Cejudo is brimming with confidence as he speaks with Sporting News ahead of his vacant bantamweight title clash with Marlon Moraes in the main event of Saturday’s UFC 238 at the United Center. Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a year “Marlon is tough,” Cejudo said. “He’s the toughest competitor other than myself at bantamweight. I really do believe that. I do believe he’s the toughest and a dangerous fighter. But that’s also the reason why I want to knock the block off of his head because I respect him. I respected DJ, and I respected T.J. It’s another legend I want to take out. I want to snatch their dreams from them.”I know he’s going to bring his ‘A’ game,” Cejudo continued. “He comes from a great camp and training partners. He’s a guy on a mission. He’s out to hunt me. He’s a killer, but little does he know, so am I.”This is about legacy and the history behind it. There’s been plenty of UFC champions, but there’s only been one Olympic and UFC champion and soon to be double UFC champ. And you can take that to the bank.” And the 32-year-old has every reason to feel that way. Back in August at UFC 227, Cejudo ended the historic title reign of the man who many pundits feel is the greatest fighter of all time, Demetrious Johnson. Then in January, Cejudo blasted T.J. Dillashaw with a 32-second TKO. Those accomplishments coupled with his 2008 Olympic gold medal in wrestling (the only fighter in UFC history win Olympic gold) makes Cejudo feel like he’s already on a mountain all by himself.”I’m not saying I’m the best fighter. I’m not saying the best wrestler. I’m saying the greatest combat sports athlete of all time,” Cejudo said. “Not Jon Jones. Not [Daniel] Cormier. None of these guys can go back in time and win the Olympics and do it. I’ve done both. Give me my credit. Now, I look for the legacy. I look for the history. It’s not me being just another UFC champion with a belt. No. I want people to say, ‘There’s something special about this kid. His credentials are second to none in the UFC.’ “I can go on and on and talk about myself,” he continued. “As they say, ‘Closed mouth don’t get fed.’ If I don’t talk about it, they’re going to step on me too. I’m not going to allow that anymore. There’s no more humble being. There’s no more ‘Humble Henry.’ I’m humble, but I’m just being more vocal about it.”Seemingly nobody gave Cejudo (14-2) a chance to dethrone Johnson 10 months ago because of the way Johnson violently finished him in the first round at UFC 198. Cejudo was also the underdog heading into the fight with Dillashaw. Heading into this UFC 238 fight, Moraes is the favorite and Cejudo relishes the opportunity to prove people wrong one more time to show he’s the GOAT. “It’s beautiful,” Cejudo said. “I was down in every match. I still went out there and became the youngest in history ever to win an Olympic gold medal. It was the same thing with Demetrious. He had knocked me out in two minutes and 36 seconds and then having to wait two and a half years to eventually get my rematch to avenge it against the greatest of all time. Next fight, I’m fighting T.J. Dillashaw, the greatest bantamweight of all time with the flyweight division on the line. T.J. wasn’t playing fair and I still knocked him out in 32 seconds.”Marlon Moraes is another tough opponent, and I’m the underdog again,” he added. “What I’m trying to say is that I strive under these circumstances.”More: UFC 238: Henry Cejudo vs. Marlon Moraes fight date, time, PPV price, live stream, full cardThat being said, Moraes (22-5-1) is on perhaps the best run in the sport. He’s gone 17-1 in his last 18 fights with 11 wins via stoppage and the sole defeat coming against Raphael Assuncao by split decision in June 2017 in a bout that could have gone either way.Cejudo knows what Moraes brings to the Octagon. last_img read more


first_imgMASON CITY — Mason City is one of 14 communities statewide awarded a Main Street Iowa Challenge Grant by the Iowa Economic Development Authority that will help renovate upper-floor apartments in a downtown building. Those grants will benefit local improvement projects, including upper story renovations, critical building stabilization, and facade restoration and upgrades. Main Street Mason City executive director Emily Ginneberge says it was a competitive process to apply for one of the challenge grants.  “From what the Main Street Iowa folks had told us, this was the year that they had the most applications sent in. They awarded over $1 million to smaller Iowa communities, and Mason City just happened to be selected for one of them. $75,000 will go to a specific project. The application process is pretty rigorous, takes a long time and months preparing. This application that we put in was for Jay Lala, and is going to his building at 201 North Federal.” Ginneberge says seven upper-floor apartments in that building will be renovated as part of a $250,000 project.  She says three of the apartments will be of a luxury apartment style, while the other four apartments will be one-bedroom suites.” Ginneberge says the project is another improvement for the downtown area.  “We need more housing, so this is going to be really wonderful asset for our downtown. Considering all of the incredible things that are going on right now, it’s just going to continue to develop even more and more, and we’re seeing it already with this River City Renaissance project. I can’t wait to see what it’s going to look like downtown in 2020.” Since the first Main Street Challenge Grants were awarded in 2002, about $10.6 million in state and federal funds has leveraged more than $59 million in private investment. Over the life of the program, 179 projects in 54 Main Street Iowa commercial districts across the state have received funding.last_img read more