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Previous articleTryon Lewis steps down from Transportation CommissionNext articleGrace McDonald released from jail on bond admin WhatsApp Baker Hughes logo 2 The rig count in the Permian Basin remained steady with no change the week ending Friday, the latest count by Baker Hughes shows, with 427 rigs active in the region.Nationally, the oil and gas rig count declined by 1 to a total of 946 rigs. A year ago, 729 rigs were active. The count shows that 765 rigs sought oil, an increase of six from the previous week, and 181 explored for natural gas, a decrease of seven from the previous week. The U.S. rig count peaked at 4,530 in 1981. It bottomed out in May of 2016 at 404.The regional benchmark Plains-West Texas Intermediate Posting ended Friday at $62 per barrel, down 75 cents from last week. National benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude ended at $65.45 per barrel, down 96 cents from last week.ON THE NET: Baker Hughes rig count. WhatsApp Pinterest By admin – February 2, 2018 Facebook Pinterest Twitter Twitter Facebook Permian Basin rig count remains steady Local NewsBusiness
NDPS Act – Application Seeking Time Extension For Investigation Not Maintainable If Progress Of Probe Not Disclosed: Bombay HC [Read Judgment]
News UpdatesNDPS Act – Application Seeking Time Extension For Investigation Not Maintainable If Progress Of Probe Not Disclosed: Bombay HC [Read Judgment] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK21 Aug 2020 12:03 AMShare This – xThe Bombay High Court has held that an application seeking extension of time for investigation under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act 1985 is not maintainable if it is is not in conformity with the requirements of proviso to sub section (4) of Section 36A of the NDPS Act.One of the requirements of the report for extension, under proviso to sub section (4) of…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 Bombay High Court has held that an application seeking extension of time for investigation under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act 1985 is not maintainable if it is is not in conformity with the requirements of proviso to sub section (4) of Section 36A of the NDPS Act.One of the requirements of the report for extension, under proviso to sub section (4) of Section 36A of NDPS Act, is that it should disclose the progress of the investigation.As per Section 36A(4), the Court can extend the time for investigation up to a further period of 180 days, beyond the original period of 180 days, on the report of the Public Prosecutor “indicating the progress of the investigation” and the “specific reasons for the detention” of the accused beyond the said period of one hundred and eighty days.In the instant case – Nayantara Gupta vs State of Maharashtra – the applicant was arrested on 12.11.2019 for offences under NDPS Act involving commercial quantity. On May 11, 2020, the Prosecutor filed an application for extension of time for probe. The Special Court did not pass any order on the merits of the application and kept it pending in view of the suo moto order passed by the Supreme Court on March 23 extending limitation period. The next day, the applicant moved an application seeking default bail. On May 15, the Special Court dismissed the application, holding that the time for probe stood extended in the light of the SC order extending limitationChallenging this, the applicant moved the High Court.The HC noted that the SC has held in the case S Kasi vs State that the suo moto extension of limitation is not applicable to investigation.A bench of Justice Anuja Prabhudessai said that since the extension of time for investigation curtails personal liberty, it cannot be ordered in a mechanical manner but has to be with “due application of mind and on being satisfied about the progress of the investigation and the reasons for detention as spelt out in the report of the prosecutor justifying such extension”.The Court noted that the application was signed by the investigating officer and was submitted to the court by merely appending the signature of the Prosecutor.”The application dated 6.5.2020 is nothing but a transmission of the request of an Investigating Officer for extension of time. Such request, which is submitted without being satisfied of the progress of the investigation and the reasons of detention, cannot be construed as a report of the public prosecutor as envisaged by proviso to Sub-section (4) of Section 36(A) of the NDPS Act”, the Court said.The main reason stated for seeking extension was the inability to complete the investigation due to lockdown declared because of Covid 19 pandemic. The report did not disclose the progress of the investigation.”The application/report does not disclose the progress of the investigation conducted during this four and half months period i.e. from the date of the arrest till the date of the lock down. The report does not reflect steps taken for recording the statements of the witnesses and calling for the CDR and Chemical Analysis report during this period of four and half months. Under the circumstances, the reasons stated in the application cannot be considered as genuine. There are no justifiable reasons for extending the time for completing the investigation. Suffice it to say that the prayer for extension of time, which directly affects the liberty of the applicant, cannot be granted on the basis of an application/report which is not in conformity with the requirements of proviso to sub section (4) of Section 36A of the NDPS Act”, the HC observed. The Court further observed that “with grant of bail, liberty of the applicant-accused stands protected but with casual approach of the investigating officer and the public prosecutor in discharging their statutory duties, the societal interest stands dented.””It is not for the court to conjecturise the reasons or causes for such lackadaisical investigation or mechanical approach of the public prosecutor. Suffice it to say that such lapses tend to render the stringent provisions of bail nugatory and thereby deflect the criminal justice system. It is therefore necessary that the concerned authorities look into the above noted serious lapses, fix accountability, and take corrective measures in the matter”, the Court said in conclusion.Case DetailsTitle : Nayantara Gupta vs State of MaharashtraBench : Justice Anuja PrabhudessaiAppearances : Advocate Guarav Thote for the applicant; R.M. Pethe, APP for the State; Jitendra Mishra for Respondent No.1 – UoI Click here to download the judgmentRead JudgmentSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
‘Ensure That Elephants Held In Captivity By Temples Are Treated In A Humane & Dignified Manner’: Madras High Court To Authorities
News Updates’Ensure That Elephants Held In Captivity By Temples Are Treated In A Humane & Dignified Manner’: Madras High Court To Authorities Sparsh Upadhyay28 April 2021 9:01 PMShare This – xThe Madras High Court on Tuesday (April 27) appealed to the relevant authorities to ensure that the elephants held in captivity by the various temples are treated in a humane and dignified manner, are provided sufficient food and water and shelter from the heat, and not otherwise beaten or mistreated in any manner or form.The Bench of Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy was presiding over a PIL filed by one Rangarajan Narasimhan, concerning temple elephants and other elephants owned by private individuals.The Court noted that there were two aspects to the present matter:-Treatment of the elephants in captivity, particularly in several temples in the State. Desirable prohibition of the wonderful animal being domesticated or used as a beast of burden any furtherThe Petitioner submitted that two elephants by the names of Andal and Lakshmi at the Srirangam Temple were without mahouts. Though the State didn’t admit the position, however, the Court remarked,”It has to be immediately looked into whether the two elephants are interacting with any person who is attending to them, since elephants are known to be attached to individuals and even emotional to some extent.”Further, asking the relevant authorities to ensure that the elephants are treated in a humane and dignified manner, the Court also remarked that they should be provided with sufficient food and water and shelter from the heat and not otherwise beaten or mistreated in any manner or form.Importantly, the petitioner submitted that the elephants in captivity should be treated in accordance with the provisions of the Tamil Nadu Captive Elephant (Management and Maintenance) Rules, 2001. Noting this submission, the Court remarked,”Since such provisions have been put in place under the Wild Life Protection Act, 1972, it is necessary that the State, through officials of the Forest Department, in conjunction with officials of the HR & CE Department, reports on the compliance of such rules at every temple site with any captive elephant. Such a report has been directed to be filed when the matter appears next on June 8.Case Title: Rangarajan Narasimhan v. Chief Secretary & Ors.Click Here To Download OrderRead OrderTagsTamil Nadu Captive Elephant (Management and Maintenance) Rules Elephants #Madras High Court Captive Elephants Cruelty against animals Private Ownership of Elephants elephant protection Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee Justice Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy Next Story
DigitalGlobe/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Nearly half a million believers have declared they’re rushing Area 51 to “see them aliens.”By late Friday, 496,000 Facebook users RSVPd “yes” in hopes of catching up with their other-worldly friends at the event “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us” on Sept. 20 in the Nevada desert. An additional 494,000 users responded that they were interested.“We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry,” according to the event organizer, whose Facebook handle is Sh**posting cause im in shambles.“If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Lets see them aliens,” the organizer wrote, referring to the Japanese anime “Naruto” title character’s distinct running style, in which he runs with his arms outstretched straight behind him. The term is also a popular meme.“Lets see them aliens,” he concluded.Area 51 is the part of the Nevada desert located in the highly-classified remote detachment of Edwards Air Force Base, where conspiracy theorists believe UFO spacecraft are stored.Would-be alien buddies should brace themselves for possible disappointment, though.Some social media users expressed concern over the timing of the event.“Folks, bad news,” Facebook user Jen Petrilli, posted on the event’s discussion page. “This event is planned for September 20th. While I love this planning time, this gives them a lot of time to move the aliens out of Area 51. If we want to get our extraterrestrial pals into safe and loving arms, this needs to ASAP. Love, A friend to the aliens.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
MivPiv/iStock(NEW YORK) — Immigrations and Customs Enforcement detainees must be immediately released from county jails where cases of novel coronavirus have been confirmed, a federal judge in New York ordered Thursday night.The 10 detainees asked for their release “because of the public health crisis posed by COVID-19,” their petition said.The men and women had been detained by federal immigration authorities and had removal proceedings pending in immigration court. They were being held at three jails in New Jersey where either detainees or staff had tested positive for coronavirus.“Each Petitioner suffers from chronic medical conditions, and faces an imminent risk of death or serious injury in immigration detention if exposed to COVID-19,” the decision said. The jails where the detainees were being housed has each reported confirmed cases: two detainees and one correctional officer in the Hudson County Jail; one detainee at the Bergen County Jail; and a superior officer at the Essex County Jail.“The nature of detention facilities makes exposure and spread of the virus particularly harmful,” Judge Analisa Torres wrote.“Moreover, medical doctors, including two medical experts for the Department of Homeland Security, have warned of a ‘tinderbox scenario’ as COVID-19 spreads to immigration detention centers and the resulting ‘imminent risk to the health and safety of immigrant detainees’ and the public,” she added.The decision also cited the “failure” of jail operators to say with certainty the detention facilities were in a position to allow inmates to remain 6 feet apart, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.New York has been particularly hard-hit by the virus. There have been at least 39,125 cases in the state and at least 454 deaths, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
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A topic of current interest to Antarctic marine biologists is the possibility of a biome at considerable distances from the open sea under the vast, permanent ice shelves that fringe areas of Antarctica. Such biological information is one of the aims of the present Ross Ice Shelf project1, an attempt to drill through ice 500 m thick at 82°30′S, 166°00′W, a site 450 km from the ice front in the Ross Sea. We have already obtained, under unusual circumstances, direct evidence of a biome under shelf ice at least 100 km from the open sea.
Home » News » Agencies & People » Auction House Beds & Bucks’ new website previous nextAgencies & PeopleAuction House Beds & Bucks’ new websiteThe Negotiator23rd March 20170474 Views Auction House Beds & Bucks has launched its new eye-catching website at www.auctionhousebb. co.uk.The easier to use site is designed with both auction buyers and sellers in mind, providing guides and tips to make the process as easy as possible for both parties. The individual lot pages, clearly present all photographs and details to make an informed decision as to whether the lot suits the bidder’s requirements. As well as booking an auction appraisal, you can register to receive an online copy of our auction catalogue as soon as it becomes available, request a call back and register your interest in a lot, all at the touch of a button. You can also find out about how to become a Partner Agent, the new Partner Agent page clearly presents all the benefits and you can submit your interest online.Auction House Beds & Bucks Auction House Beds & Bucks new website Auction House new website March 23, 2017The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021
Figgy brack is an easy-to-make rustic classic. This particular recipe is a variation on the traditional Irish brack, a rich moist heavily fruited cross between a cake and a type of bread.There are several definitions of how the name barm brack came about.One of these is that it evolved from the old English word ‘beorma’ meaning yeasty (some bracks are yeast leavened) and the old Irish word ‘breac’ meaning speckled, which is like the fruit studded dough of the barm brack.You can see how these two words could easily have become the name we now know as barm brack.Makes 24 loavesChopped glacé cherries – 820gCalifornian raisins – 1.6kgChopped dried figs – 820gCurrants – 820gStrong tea – 3kgRum Belmonte – 36g (UF&Bi 01700)Vanilla Mauritius – 36g (UF&Bi 01800)Bun Spice Flavour – 1 tspn (UF&Bi 02252)Whole egg – 600gPlain flour – 3.77kgBicarbonate of soda – 75gSoft brown sugar – 1.1kgTotal weight – 12.683kgMethodMake the tea and while it is still hot pour it over the prepared fruit and the combined flavours in a bowl. Cover and leave this fruit mixture overnight at room temperature.The next day butter and flour 24 tins before mixing the dough. Combine the eggs and tea-swollen fruit mixture in the bowl.Sieve the flour and the bicarbonate of soda twice. Then, add the flour, along with the sugar, to the bowl and thoroughly combine all the ingredients. The mixture must not be too firm so a little milk may be added, if needed.I use quite small tins, 18cm x 8cm, so the mixture above will give you 24 bracks of just over 500g each before baking. Bake at 160ºC for around 90 minutes, but they may need more or less time depending on the oven used.Inserting a skewer and checking if it comes out clean can test the degree to which they are baked. Once baked rest in the tins for 20-30 minutes before turning out and cooling on a wire rack.• When it comes to fruit you could use dried dates, dried cherries, prunes or dried apricots. Try experimenting to create seasonal favourites.• For a crunchy top sprinkle with demerara sugar before baking.• You could finish it like a stollen brushed with melted butter and dredged in icing sugar.• Store in an airtight container to keep for three to four days.