first_imgTwo of India’s top lawyers, Harish Salve and Gopal Subramanium, will clash in Singapore when they represent Ranbaxy and Japanese pharmaceutical company Daiichi Sankyo, respectively. The Supreme Court of Singapore gave Subramanium the permission to represent Daiichi on Nov. 22.Earlier this year, the Singapore supreme court rejected Salve’s application for representing Ranbaxy, but relented earlier this month. The court had rejected Salve’s application earlier since he could not show “special qualifications or experience for the purpose of the case,” as required under Section 15 of the Legal Profession Act of Singapore. However, Salve will now represent the Singh brothers, Malvinder and Shivinder Singh.The application of Subramanium, who is a former Solicitor General (SG) of India, to represent Daiichi Sankyo in the court was heard by Justice Steven Chong, the same judge who had rejected Salve’s application in February.“I am looking forward to arguing in Singapore as it is a very respected jurisdiction, which has ruled on very important matters in transaction law,” Subramanium told the Economic Times.“The high court has found his (Subramanium’s) credentials suitable to permit him as an Indian lawyer to appear,” a lawyer close to the matter told the publication on condition of anonymity.Salve is representing former Ranbaxy promoters, Malvinder and Shivinder Singh, against Japan’s Daiichi Sankyo in Singapore. The Singhs are challenging an arbitration tribunal award granting Daciichi Rs. 2,500 crore in damages in April last year.  Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC), which provides neutral arbitration services to global business community, told the Singhs to pay Daiichi the amount for concealing information of wrongdoing at Ranbaxy when they sold their shares in 2008.“Daiichi Sankyo believes that certain former shareholders of Ranbaxy concealed and misrepresented critical information concerning the U.S. [Justice Department] and [Food and Drug Administration] investigations,” the company said in May 2016.The award has increased to Rs 3,500 crore, including legal fees and interest.The two ace lawyers of India will reportedly be asked to argue about Indian law only when the case comes up next year. The objections would be taken up by local lawyers. The case is also being argued in Delhi High Court, where Subramanium was one of the main lawyers for Daiichi. The Delhi High Court reserved its judgment in September if Daiichi can claim the amount granted to them in India.Meanwhile, Daiichi approached the Delhi High Court to prevent the Singh brothers from divesting from their share of the Fortis Healthcare chain. The brothers hold 34.44 per cent stake in Fortis Healthcare. The Supreme Court of India told the Singh brothers to maintain their shares in the hospital.  Related ItemsDaiichi SankyoRanbaxySingaporelast_img read more

first_imgArsenal manager Arsene Wenger used to dream about Luis Suarez, the signing that got away, and he will be hoping the Uruguayan striker doesn’t give him nightmares when holders Barcelona visit in the Champions League on Tuesday.Wenger, who was rebuffed by then Liverpool striker Suarez in 2013, said he admired the striker’s ability to bring a team together ahead of the Last 16 first leg fixture at the Emirates Stadium. (Cristiano Ronaldo misses penalty as Madrid teams falter in La Liga)”I used to think ‘what if I signed Luis Suarez’ before, but not now,” Wenger was quoted as saying by British media on Monday.”He gives camaraderie to a team. He did it at Liverpool and he did it playing with Edinson Cavani and Diego Forlan for Uruguay, and did it well.” (Winning La Liga will be difficult, not impossible: Zinedine Zidane) The 29-year-old, who joined Barcelona in 2014, has been in imperious form this season as part of the Catalan’s formidable front three of Argentine Lionel Messi and Neymar of Brazil.Suarez tops the La Liga scoring charts with 25 goals and has notched another five in the Champions League leaving Wenger wary.”Individually, all their players are difficult to stop,” the Frenchman said. “We have to find a way to do it collectively. We have to keep Suarez quiet on Tuesday night.”last_img read more

first_imgNew Delhi, Jun 27 (PTI) A joint director of the Enforcement Directorate, who probed the 2G scam and is part of other sensitive cases, has made a scathing attack on Revenue Secretary Hasmukh Adhia questioning him if he has developed animosity against him by “siding with scamsters and their affiliates”.In a letter dated June 11, 2018 sent through ED Director Karnal Singh, Rajeshwar Singh said in the last 20 years, all his appraisal reports, written by more than 50 senior IAS, IPS and IRS officers, have uniformly rated his performance as “outstanding”.”Why do you disregard their opinion? Is it possible for me to have managed all of them over a period of time,” he wrote. Singh who was a UP police officer had joined the Directorate on deputation.The letter became public today when the Supreme Court, which had given Singh protection from any action against him in the past, modified its orders.The Supreme Court maintained that the Centre was free to look into the “serious” charges against ED officer Rajeshwar Singh, probing the “highly sensitive” 2G spectrum allocation scam cases including the Aircel-Maxis deal.”You are simply an officer. You can’t be given a blanket clean chit. Everybody is accountable. You must be accountable for any action. We need to ensure that you are accountable. We don’t want to damage you or comment against you. There are very serious allegations against you,” the Bench of Justices Arun Mishra and S K Kaul told the officer. In the letter to Adhia, Rajeshwar Singh has said “It pained me further that you have expressed many a times to senior officers over casual conversations that I have been manipulating the judiciary, especially the Supreme Court of India.”advertisement”It is strange and also unbelievable that after so may years in public service, you believe that so many judges can be manipulated and that too over such a long period of time,” he said.Singh told Adhia that he had sought a personal meeting from him for explaining his side which was not granted. He said former finance minister P Chidambaram sported an open and direct grudge against him because of Supreme Court monitored Aircel-Maxis investigation. “However, what thoroughly baffles the undersigned, is the animosity you have fashioned against me by siding with scamsters and their affiliates in a sustained manner. It has become more than difficult for me to survive this continued onslaught and persistent vilification from all the quarters for doing my job,” he said. Singh said the Attorney General (AG) had requested the Supreme Court to order providing protection for him as the AG was convinced that he was being hounded but you (Adhia) do not seem to agree with the law officer too.He said his promotion in the grade of Additional Director, ED was due from April 1, 2017 which is being processed in the Finance Ministry but it has been more than seven months and there has been absolutely no progress.I am astutely aware that this is being done to not just humiliate me but also to ensure that the investigation in certain crucial cases I handle, ought to derail. May I beg to ask if you are compromising on larger aspects of our national interest to set scores on an ego trip that is absolutely uncontested from my side, he said. PTI NES/ABS SKL DIP DIPlast_img read more

first_imgTatum Bell has become a prominent figure in this story and he said on Thursday that he might take legal action against Sports Illustrated.Bell spoke to News6 and said he just wants to keep his name clean. Here’s an excerpt from the post on News6:Now, he said he plans to take legal action against the magazine.“I’m a high school football coach, I need to keep my name clean. I got a good reputation with the school, I want to keep my relationship with them, so this is definitely slander to my name,” Bell said.Sports Illustrated claims to have recorded all of the interviews, but the magazine told us Thursday night it has no plans of releasing those tapes. A member of the magazine’s media department said that the magazine stands by its reporting.No tapes, eh?I didn’t expect anything different but those tapes end up in court if Bell (and others go there).Bell confirmed what he said here via Twitter and even insinuated that OSU was going to roll on SI as well.https://twitter.com/tspeedtx/status/378164082311823360Can’t wait to see how this ends in 2059 when Tatum has great grandkids.If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!last_img read more

first_imgzoom Veripos has been awarded a three year contract by Marinsa de Mexico SA de CV of Cd Del Carmen, for provision of services onboard two anchor-handling tug supply (AHTS) vessels, Amethyst and Turquoise.Operating in the Bay of Campeche in Mexico, both vessels are being provided with VERIPOS Standard2 dual beam service which features both GPS and Glonass capabilities while significantly increasing observational redundancy to ensure more robust positioning and accuracies of better than 1m. Corrections, which are encoded in standard RTCM format, can be used directly with compatible GNSS equipment or external processing software. Commenting on the latest agreement with one of Mexico’s leading independent maritime organisations, Steve Williams, General Manager of Veripos’ Americas region, said it marked a further stage in the company’s growing involvement in regional offshore activities extending from those in Canada and the US to others in Central and South America. 此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站?确定 Print  Close Veripos, January 2, 2014 My locationlast_img read more

first_imgMinister of Education and Early Childhood Development Karen Casey today, Nov. 17, asked for the conciliation officer to bring the bargaining teams of the province and Nova Scotia Teachers Union together again in the hopes of reaching a resolution. “Education is a priority and we do not want to see a disruption in classrooms across the province,” said Ms. Casey. “We have said all along we will listen and work to address teachers’ concerns. We hope the union will accept our invitation to resume negotiations.” Dec. 3 is the earliest date the union would be able to take job action. -30-last_img read more

first_imgNew Delhi: Recovery of bad loans at Rs 45,593 crore in PSBs was much faster than the total write-offs during 2018-19, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said in Parliament Monday. The write-offs stood at Rs 36,377 crore during the year, the minister said. The year-on-year rise in recoveries and recapitatlisation in public sector banks (PSBs) during financial year 2018-19 was much faster than the rise in write-off figures on bank loans, Sitharaman said in a written reply in the Lok Sabha. Also Read – Maruti cuts production for 8th straight month in Sep”Recoveries and recapitalisation rose by Rs 61,593 crore (comprising of a rise of Rs 45,593 crore in recoveries, as per RBI data, and Rs 16,000 crore in recapitalisation), whereas write-off figures grew by Rs 36,377 crore (as per RBI data),” she said. The minister was responding to a question whether the write-off figures on bank loans are rising every year, much faster than recoveries and recapitalisation. In the last four financial years, PSBs have recovered Rs 3.59 lakh crore, including record Rs 1.23 lakh crore in 2018-19. Also Read – Ensure strict implementation on ban of import of e-cigarettes: revenue to CustomsAlso, the aggregate gross advances of PSBs increased from Rs 18.19 lakh crore by March 2008 to Rs 52.16 lakh crore by end of March 2014, as per RBI data on global operations. The minister said that the primary reasons for spurt in stressed assets in banks have been due to aggressive lending practices, wilful default/loan frauds/corruption in some cases and economic slowdown. The RBI initiated the Asset quality review (AQR) in 2015 for clean up of bank balance sheet by gauging the right amount of bad loans and making appropriate provisions towards that, Sitharaman said. The transparent recognition of stressed assets as NPAs led to higher gross bad loans at Rs 8.95 lakh crore as on March 31, 2018 against earlier estimate of Rs 2.79 lakh crore as on March 31, 2015. However, the 4R’s strategy of recognition, resolution, recapitalisation and reforms have led to decline in bad loans by Rs 89,189 crore to Rs 8.06 lakh crore as on March 31, 2019, the minister said. The government has taken steps under 4R’s strategy of recognising non-performing assets (NPAs) transparently, resolving and recovering value from stressed accounts, recapitalising PSBs and reforms in banks and financial ecosystem to ensure a responsible and clean system, she said. To improve recovery, number of steps including enactment of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC), amendment in Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act and creation of stressed asset management verticals under the PSB reforms agenda.last_img read more

It was subsequently announced he would face no further action after the 97-year-old duke voluntarily surrendered his driving licence. The Countess of Wessex with the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh at the royal wedding in May The Countess of Wessex with the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh at the royal wedding in MayCredit:AFP The car crash involving Prince Philip earlier this year She told the newspaper: “I asked ‘Who’s on board?’ but he said ‘I’m not obliged to say’. They took pictures of my car and said it was a police matter now. A motorist has claimed she is involved in a legal dispute after a police car allegedly carrying the Countess of Wessex collided with her own vehicle and then drove off.Gill Walker is disputing her liability over the collision in central Birmingham last November, which happened when she changed lanes and crashed with a 4×4 police vehicle being driven by a sergeant in convoy.The Countess of Wessex is understood to have been a passenger, having visited the city to open a rehabilitation centre for injured soldiers.According to the Birmingham Mail, Ms Walker, 59, pulled over to swap insurance details but the other vehicle failed to stop.A second 4×4 then pulled up alongside her Peugeot 107, and officers told her that the other vehicle was not allowed to stop because there was a “royal on board”.A West Midlands Police spokesman said the vehicle did not stop “due to operational reasons and force protocol”, but confirmed the second vehicle in the convoy stopped so details could be exchanged.Ms Walker said police are now denying liability. “The police are saying it’s all my fault. But the dashcam footage shows I’ve clearly got into the lane and they have hit me.”It’s like they’ve put all the blame on me and they’ve got solicitors involved. It looks like it’s going to court because the police don’t want to know.”The countess was in Birmingham to open the first military and civilian wound research centre of its kind at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.A police statement said: “A West Midlands Police vehicle was involved in a collision with a third-party vehicle during a police operation, resulting in damage to both vehicles as they travelled along a three-lane carriageway. The car crash involving Prince Philip earlier this year “Due to operational reasons and force protocol, the vehicle did not stop, but another vehicle in convoy behind the damaged car did stop and details were exchanged with the third party for insurance purposes.”A report has been completed by the driver, a police sergeant, and is with the force’s insurers for assessment.”A spokesman for Buckingham Palace said the issue was “a matter for the police”.The incident happened two months before the Duke of Edinburgh, Sophie’s father-in-law, was involved in his own crash.Prince Philip apologised for his part in an accident on the Sandringham estate in Norfolk in January when his Land Rover Freelander collided with another car carrying a baby, leaving two women needing hospital treatment. read more

first_imgScorers for Cork: Patrick Horgan 2-11 (1-11f, 1-0 pen), Alan Cadogan, Daniel Kearney 0-3 each, Conor Lehane 0-2, Damien Cahalane, Aidan Walsh, William Egan, Paudie O’Sullivan 0-1 each.Scorers for Clare: Colin Ryan 0-6 (0-5f, 0-1 ’65), John Conlon 1-2, Darach Honan 1-0, Conor McGrath, Nicky O’Connell, Colm Galvin 0-2 each, Patrick Donnellan, Tony Kelly, Podge Collins, Cathal McInerney 0-1 each. Cork 2-23Clare 2-18PATRICK HORGAN FIRED 2-11 as Cork beat Clare by five points in Thurles this afternoon to advance to the Munster SHC final against Limerick on July 13.The Glen Rovers forward took over 20m free and penalty duties from Anthony Nash following the amendment to the rules of hurling this week and scored one of each to help as the Rebels gain some measure of revenge for last year’s All-Ireland final defeat.The first-half was a tense and fiercely contested affair with the sides level six times early on. Conor McGrath’s 25th minute point ensured they were locked together at 0-8 apiece before Cork upped the ante before the break.Horgan’s accuracy from frees and a long-range booming shot by Damien Cahalane helped them move into a 0-12 to 0-10 lead before Horgan slammed a 20-yard free to the net in the 33rd minute after Jack Browne had fouled Cadogan.Cork moved six points clear shortly after through Horgan but then Clare received a lifeline before the interval when Cork failed to clear their lines after a goalmouth scramble and John Conlon nipped in to whip the ball to the net.Clare cut the gap to two – 1-15 to 1-13 – early in the second-half before Cork hit a purple patch as they struck five unanswered points from Aidan Walsh, Horgan (2) and Daniel Kearney (2). Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHOThey were 1-20 to 1-13 clear by the 48th minute before Clare pulled back three points from Cathal McInerney, Nicky O’Connell and McGrath. But then Cork closed out the game with Horgan smashing home a penalty after Harnedy was fouled in the 59th minute. That sent them into a 2-20 to 1-16 lead and they pulled clear from there. Cadogan, Horgan and substitutes Paudie O’Sullivan and William Egan all chipped in with points.Clare grabbed a late goal from substitute Darach Honan but Cork held on for a five-point success to qualify for the Munster final on July 13th against Limerick. Source: James Crombie/INPHOCORK1. Anthony Nash (Kanturk)5. Christopher Joyce (Na Piarsaigh)2. Shane O’Neill (Bishopstown)4. Stephen McDonnell (Glen Rovers)3. Damien Cahalane (St Finbarr’s)6. Mark Ellis (Millstreet)7. Lorcan McLoughlin (Kanturk)8. Daniel Kearney (Sarsfields)9. Aidan Walsh (Kanturk)12. Seamus Harnedy (St Ita’s)11. Bill Cooper (Youghal)10. Conor Lehane (Midleton)15. Patrick Horgan (Glen Rovers)14. Patrick Cronin (Bishopstown – Captain)13. Alan Cadogan (Douglas)Subs23. Stephen Moylan (Douglas) for Cooper (59)19. William Egan (Kilbrin) for Kearney (59)26. Paudie O’Sullivan (Cloyne) for Harnedy (59)20. Eoin Cadogan (Douglas) for Ellis (67) Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHOCLARE1. Donal Tuohy (Crusheen)4. Jack Browne (Ballyea)2. David McInerney (Tulla)3. Cian Dillon (Crusheen)7. Patrick O’Connor (Tubber)6. Conor Ryan (Cratloe)5. Brendan Bugler (Whitegate)8. Colm Galvin (Clonlara)9. Pat Donnellan (O’Callaghan Mills)10. John Conlon (Clonlara)12. Colin Ryan (Newmarket-on-Fergus)21. Peter Duggan (Clooney-Quin)11. Tony Kelly (Ballyea)15. Conor McGrath (Cratloe)13. Podge Collins (Cratloe)Subs17. Seadna Morey (Sixmilebridge) for Browne (half-time)20. Nicky O’Connell (Clonlara) for Donnellan (47)23. Cathal McInerney (Cratloe) for Galvin (51)14. Darach Honan (Clonlara) for Conlon (63)Magnificent seven goals for Meath as they rout sorry CarlowMonaghan survive late wobble as McManus gamble pays offlast_img read more

first_imgAaron Paulson isn’t just a guy crunching numbers behind tall cubical walls.The 41-year-old Hearthwood resident is one of 1,124 employees at the Bonneville Power Administration’s Ross Complex at 5411 Northeast Highway 99 helping to make positive changes there, and much of the fuel for his work comes from one heck of a backstory.The BPA, an arm of the U.S. Department of Energy that markets wholesale electric power from the Northwest, has joined many companies working to promote efforts toward diversity and inclusion. It installed a department specifically devoted to that topic recently, which Paulson quickly took an interest in — especially around disability awareness. He was born in Bombay, India, in 1977, when polio was common. He contracted the disease, which is transmitted through feces, when he was only 6 months old.Polio has since been eradicated in India, but Paulson, who spent time in an orphanage in India before being adopted as a 1-year-old by parents in Northeast Portland, still lives with the effects. Paulson moves with the aid of forearm crutches after the disease damaged nerves in his legs. But he doesn’t let it stop him.Extremely active outside of work, he’s a talented swimmer. He received a gold medal on the USA swim team in the 1996 Paralympic games in Atlanta, Ga. He has also has competed in Barcelona, Spain, in 1992; Sydney, Australia, in 2000; Mar del Plata, Argentina, in 2002; Athens, Greece, in 2004; Minneapolis, Minn., in 2005; and Beijing, China, in 2008. Paralympic games, an opportunity for those with disabilities to compete, are held shortly after the Olympic games.“I think, sometimes it’s very hard for people to broach that topic (disabilities), because it’s that — ‘Oh, I don’t want to offend you,’ or, ‘How would I ask that question?’ ” Paulson said. “It’s like, kids would come up to me and ask, ‘What’s wrong with you, why do you wear crutches?’ Parents would be grabbing them, but I’d be like, ‘No, no, no, let’s have this conversation.’last_img read more

POLICE LOG for April 11 Resident Finds Bullet Inside Amazon Package Fake

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights of the Wilmington Police Log for Thursday, April 11, 2019:Police came across a man sleeping in a vehicle in the Lucci’s parking lot. Police gave him information for a hotel in Woburn and sent him on his way. (1:23am)A Forest Street resident wanted it logged that someone threw a black trash bag onto her lawn. (10:58am)A passerby reported a male hanging over the edge of the bridge on Lake Street looking at the tracks. Police responded. Juvenile was just trying to take photos of the train. (3:29pm)A realtor for a property on Veranda Avenue states that people are posting false rental advertisements and inviting renters to the property. (3:41pm)A red 2019 Mazda 4D struck a Verizon pole at Marie Drive and Woburn Street. No injuries. Vehicle towed. (4:53pm)A Suncrest Avenue caller found a bullet inside his Amazon package, which appears to have been opened. Police took possession of the bullet. (7:04pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information.  An arrest does not constitute a conviction.  Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for August 5: Driver Throws Beer Bottles; Syringe Found; Woburn Man Issued Summons; Texting While DrivingIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for September 5: Train Conductor Helps Locate Missing Puppy; Rented Trucks Not Returned To UHaulIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 20: Wilmington Man Arrested; Car vs. Tree; Concession Stand VandalizedIn “Police Log”last_img read more

first_imgThe Alaska Senate’s former chief spokeswoman is expected to serve at least two months in jail after reaching a plea deal with prosecutors.The Alaska Dispatch News reports that District Attorney Clint Campion said Wednesday that the ex-spokeswoman, Caroyln Kuckertz, will plead guilty to an assault charge and to driving under the influence.Kuckertz was charged in June after striking two women as she pulled out of the parking lot of the Legislature’s Anchorage office building. The most seriously injured woman was taken to the hospital and released.Kuckertz didn’t respond to a call seeking comment.She is expected to serve two months for the assault charge and 20 days for the DUI charge.A change of plea hearing has been set for August.last_img read more

Islampur violence Partha suspends headmaster assistant headmaster

first_imgKOLKATA: The state Education department on Friday suspended the headmaster and the assistant headmaster of Daribhit High School in North Dinajpur. The stern action against the duo was announced by state Education minister Partha Chatterjee.The department has decided to conduct a departmental enquiry against Abhijit Kundu, the headmaster and Nurul Huda, the assistant head master of the school. The governing body of the school has been dissolved and the SDO has been appointed as the administrator. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal life”The department had summoned the headmaster and the assistant headmaster of Daribhit High School to question them in connection with the violence over teacher recruitment that resulted in the death of two students. Their answers were not found to be satisfactory. Hence, we have decided to suspend the duo and they will remain suspended till the probe is completed. They have to prove themselves innocent otherwise strong action will be taken,” Chatterjee said. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedA senior official of the state Education department said the school’s managing committee was continuing to work even after its term expired. “Hence, we have decided to dissolve the managing committee and the SDO will continue to act as the administrator till a new committee is constituted,” the official added. The Education minister also instructed to make arrangements for commencing classes in the school from November 10 onwards. The school has remained closed for an indefinite period of time since the incident. The minister has appealed to the parents to co-operate with the management of the school as studies have been jeopardized due to the closure. It may be mentioned that on August 20, two students Tapas Burman and Rajesh Sarkar were killed in firing during a clash that broke out over teacher recruitment at Daribhit in Islampur. The school has remained close since the incident. The district inspector of schools in North Dinajpur Rabindranath Mondal was suspended after it was found that there was no need of an Urdu teacher neither there was any vacancy but the school was in the process of recruiting a teacher for Urdu which led to the unfortunate incident. The state government has handed over the investigation of the case to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID).last_img read more

All state govt depts should surrender unutilised funds by Jan 31 Finance

first_imgKolkata: The state Finance department has recently issued a notification asking all state government departments to surrender funds that are lying unutilised by January 31. The move will enable the Finance department to re-allocate the surrendered amount to those departments which require the augmentation of funds for implementation of their development and welfare programmes.”The formal proposal for surrender of funds should be sent to the Finance Department through e-office and not by a letter or via e-mail. The administrative departments should ensure that the fund proposed to be surrendered is available in e-bantan (distribution) at the department level. If the funds are lying in the directorates/districts, the administrative departments are requested to first withdraw it to their level before sending the proposal to the Finance department. Further, no funds should be sub-allotted from the heads of account for which surrender proposal has been sent to the Finance department,” read the notification. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedIn a review meeting held two months back regarding the implementation of state development schemes, the administrative departments were requested to assess the requirement or utilisation of funds depending on the schemes being implemented and their progress during the next four months. They were then asked to surrender the funds that are likely to remain unutilised under the state development schemes. The notification undersigned by H K Dwivedi, Additional Chief Secretary of the Finance department, stated that the process of fund surrendering will be completed only when the department is able to withdraw the amounts electronically from the budget of the administrative department in the Integrated Financial Management System (IFMS) to its i-Budget system. It may be mentioned that financial performance of the departments in utilisation of funds would be assessed on the net funds available with them after factoring in the augmentation and surrender of funds.last_img read more

Man with previous record arrested in shooting death of Cancun businessman

first_imgCancun, Q.R. — One man has been taken into custody by Cancun police after an arrest warrant was issued for his participation in the recent shooting death of a Cancun businessman. Police say that the detainee, Lázaro N, has previous arrest warrants for drug-related charges as well as a firearm violation after he was found carrying a weapon for the exclusive use of the armed forces. His arrest warrants stem from Tamaulipas and Colima.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) They report that their investigation into the murder, which took place outside a Cancun bank, resulted in sufficient evidence to warrant the arrest of Lázaro N. In a press release, la Fiscalía General del Estado says that Lázaro N was arrested by agents of the ministerial police for his relation to the murder of Cancun businessman Roberto Bowden Alonzo, owner of Exotic Rides in Cancún. On February 12, two men who had just left a bank after withdrawing cash were fired upon while inside their car. One of the men, the driver of the vehicle, was killed. His passenger received non-life-threatening injuries and was treated in hospital. last_img read more

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The new company, In the Apple Watchs most detailed review yet, Australia.In the previous edition in Glasgow in 2014 India came fifth with a total medal tally of 64 medals (15 golds 30 silvers 19 bronze) The opening ceremony of the Gold Coast event is scheduled on 4 Aprilwith ace badminton star PV Sindhu leading the Indian contingent as the designated flag-bearer (Catch the live blog of Day 9 of the Commonwealth Games here) Here is the schedule for all the events in which Indian athletes will be participating in the upcoming Commonwealth Games: (All timings mentioned below are in IST) Day 1 (5 April) India vs Sri Lanka Event: Mixedteam badminton Time: 431 am India vs Wales Event: Women’s hockey Time: 502 am India vs Jamaica Event: Women’s basketball Time: 203 pm India vs Pakistan Event: Mixed team badminton Time: 231 pm File image of PV Sindhu AFP India vs Cameroon Event: Men’s basketball Time: 330 pm Team: Aleena Reji Deborah Herold Manorama Devi Amritha Reghunath Event: Cycling (4000m Team Pursuit) Time: 1012 am (Qualification) 3 pm (Final) Team: Ranjit Singh Sahil Kumar Sanuraj P Manjeet Singh Event: Cycling (Team Sprint) Time: 1204 pm (Qualification) 4:28 pm (Final) Team: Deborah Herold Aleena Reji Event: (Cycling) Women Team Sprint Time: 1154 am (Qualification) 4:21 pm (Final) Athlete: Rakesh Patra Event: Gymnastics (Individual All Around) Time: 438 am (Qualification) Athlete: Yogeshwar Singh Event: Gymnastics (Individual All Around) Time: 438 am (Qualification) Athlete: Ashish Kumar Event: Gymnastics (Individual All Around) Time: 438 am (Qualification) Team: Ashish Kumar Yogeshwar Singh Rakesh Patra Event: Gymnastics (Individual All Around) Time: 438 am (Qualification) Athlete: Sajan Prakash Event: Swimming (Men’s 50m Butterfly) Time:657 am (1st Heat) 422 pm (1st Semi-final) Athlete: Virdhawal Khade Event: Swimming (Men’s 50m Butterfly) Time:657 am (1st Heat) 422 pm (1st Semi-final) Athlete: Srihari Nataraj Event: Swimming (Men’s 100m Backstroke) Time:724 am (1st Heat) 452 pm (1st Semi-final) Athlete: Gururaja Event: Weightlifting (Men’s 56 kg) Time:512 am Athlete: Saikhom Mirabai Chanu Event: Weightlifting (Women’s 48 kg) Time:942 am Athlete: Muthupandi Raja Event: Weightlifting (Men’s 62 kg) Time:212 pm Event: Men’s Boxing Preliminary Rounds Time:730 am-11 am and 2 pm-530 pm Event: Women’s Boxing Preliminary Rounds Time: 730 am-11 am and 2 pm-530 pm Event: Table Tennis Team Group and Knockout Stage Time: 400 am-1000 am and 1130 am-430 pm Event: Squash Singles Preliminary Time: 8:00 am-12 am and 130 pm-500 pm Event: Lawn bowls starts from 5 April Day 2 (6April) India vs Malaysia Event:Women’s Hockey Time:1002 am Athlete:Deborah Herold Event:Cycling (Women Sprint) Time:832 am (Qualification) 1002 am (Repechage) 1024 am (Quarter-finals) 252 pm (Semi-finals) 418 pm (Final) Athlete:Aleena Reji Event:Cycling (Women Sprint) Time:832 am (Qualification) 1002 am (Repechage) 1024 am (Quarter-finals) 252 pm (Semi-finals) 418 pm (Final) Athlete:Sonali Chang Event:Cycling (Women’s 3000m Individual Pursuit) Time:856 am (Qualification) 300 pm (Final) Athlete:Manorama Devi Event:Cycling (Women’s 3000m Individual Pursuit) Time:856 am (Qualification) 300 pm (Final) Athlete:Manjeet Singh Event:Cycling (Men’s 4000m Individual Pursuit) Time:1047 am (Qualification) Athlete:Sahil Kumar Event:Cycling (Keirin) Time:232 pm (Qualification) 315 pm (Repechage) 408 pm (Semi-final) 441 pm (Final) Athlete:Sanuraj P Event:Cycling (Keirin) Time: 232 pm (Qualification) 315 pm (Repechage) 408 pm (Semi-final) 441 pm (Final) Athlete:Ranjit Singh Event:Cycling (Keirin) Time: 232 pm (Qualification) 315 pm (Repechage) 408 pm (Semi-final) 441 pm (Final) Athlete:Pranati Das Event:Gymnastics (Women Individual All Around) Time:439 am (Qualification) Athlete:Pranati Nayak Event:Gymnastics (Women Individual All Around) Time:439 am (Qualification) Athlete:Arun Reddy Event:Gymnastics (Women Individual All Around) Time:439 am (Qualification) Athlete:Sajan Prakash Event:Swimming (Men’s 50m Butterfly) Time:307 pm (Final) Athlete:Virdhawal Khade Event:Swimming (Men’s 50m Butterfly) Time:307 pm (Final) Athlete:Srihari Nataraj Event:Swimming (Men’s 100m Backstroke) Time:506 pm (Final) Athlete:Khumukcham Sanjita Chanu Event:Weightlifting (Women’s 53kg) Time:512 am Athlete:Deepak Lather Event:Weightlifting (Men’s 69kg) Time:942 am Athlete:Saraswati Rout Event:Weightlifting (Women’s 58kg) Time:212 pm India vs Scotland Event:Mixed Team Badminton Time:930 am-100 pm Event:Boxing Men Preliminary rounds Time:730 am-11 am and 2 pm-530 pm Event:Boxing Women Preliminary Rounds Time:730 am-11 am and 2 pm-530 pm Event:Table Tennis (Team Group and Knockout Stage) Time:400 am-10 am and 1130 am-430 pm Event:Squash (Singles Preliminary) Time:800 am-12 pm and 130 pm-5 pm Day 3 (7April) India vs England Event:Men’s basketball Time:103pm India vs Malaysia Event:Women’s basketball Time:203 pm India vs Pakistan Event:Men’s Hockey Time:1002 am Athlete:Manjeet Singh Event:Cycling (Men’s 4000m Individual Pursuit) Time:354 pm (Final) Athlete:Sanuraj P Event:Cycling (Men’s Sprint) Time:956 am (Qualification) 1043 am (Quarter-final) 210 pm (Semi-final) 414 pm (Final) Athlete:Ranjit Singh Event:Cycling (Men’s Sprint) Time: 956 am (Qualification) 1043 am (Quarter-final) 210 pm (Semi-final) 414 pm (Final) Athlete:Sahil Kumar Event:Cycling (Men’s Sprint) Time: 956 am (Qualification) 1043 am (Quarter-final) 210 pm (Semi-final) 414 pm (Final) Athlete:Amritha Reghunath Event:Cycling (Women Point Race) Time:1028 am (Qualification) 246 pm (Final) Athlete:Sonali Chang Event:Cycling (Women Point Race) Time:1028 am (Qualification) 246 pm (Final) Athlete:Manorama Devi Event:Cycling (Women Point Race) Time:1028 am (Qualification) 246 pm (Final) Athlete:Deborah Herold Event:Cycling (Women 500 m Time Trial) Time:329 pm Athlete:Aleena Reji Event:Cycling (Women 500 m Time Trial) Time:329 pm Athlete:Rakesh Patra Event:Gymnastics (Individual All Around) Time:439 am Athlete:Yogeshwar Singh Event:Gymnastics (Individual All Around) Time:439 am (Final) Athlete:Ashish Kumar Event:Gymnastics (Individual All Around) Time:439 am (Final) Athlete:Pranati Das Event:Gymnastics (Women Individual All Around) Time:1211 pm (Final) Athlete:Pranati Nayak Event:Gymnastics (Women Individual All Around) Time:1211 pm (Final) Athlete:Aruna Reddy Event:Gymnastics (Women Individual All Around) Time:1211 pm (Final) Athlete:Sajan Prakash Event:Men’s 200m Butterfly Time:307 pm (Final) Athlete:Srihari Nataraj Event:Swimming (Men’s 50m Backstroke) Time:645 am (1st Heat) 349 pm (1st Semi-final) Athlete:Sathish Sivalingam Event:Weightlifting (Men’s 77kg) Time:512 am Athlete:Vandna Gupta Event:Weightlifting (Women’s 63kg) Time:942 am Athlete:Ragala Venkat Rahul Event:Weightlifting (Men’s 85kg) Time:212 am Event:Mixed Badminton team quarter-finals Event:Boxing Men Preliminary rounds Time:730 am-11 am and 2 pm-530 pm Event:Boxing Women Preliminary Rounds Time:730 am-11 am and 2 pm-530 pm Event:Table Tennis (Team Group and Knockout Stage) Time:400 am-1000 am and 1130 am-430 pm Event:Squash (Singles Preliminary) Time:800 am-12 pm and 130 pm-500 pm Day 4 (8April) Athlete:Irfan Kolothum Thodi Event:Athletics (Men’s 20km walk) Time:2:30 am Athlete:Manish Singh Rawat Event:Athletics (Men’s 20km walk) Time:230 am Athlete:Muhammed Anas Event:Athletics (400m) Time:1111 am (Heat 1) Athlete:Tajinder Pal Singh Toor Event:Athletics (Shot put) Time:1202 pm India vs Scotland Event:Men’s basketball Time:430 pm Indian men’s basketball team with the support staff which will compete at the Commonwealth Games Image courtesy: Facebook @Indianbasketball India vs New Zealand Event:Women’s basketball Time:101 pm India vs Wales Event:Men’s Hockey Time:302 pm India vs England Event:Women’s Hockey Time:502 pm Athlete:Amritha Reghunath Event:Cycling (Women’s scratch race) Time:102 pm (Qualification) 414 pm (Final) Athlete:Sonali Chang Event:Cycling (Women’s scratch race) Time:1:02 pm (Qualification) 4:14 pm (Final) Athlete:Manorama Devi Event:Cycling (Women’s scratch race) Time:102 pm (Qualification) 414 pm (Final) Athlete:Deborah Herold Event:Cycling (Women Kerin) Time:122 pm (Qualification) 227 pm (Repechage) 434 pm (Final) Athlete:Aleena Reji Event:Cycling (Women Kerin) Time:122 pm (Qualification) 2:27 pm (Repechage) 434 pm (Final) Athlete:Manjeet Singh Event:Cycling (Men’s 40km Points Race) Time:137 pm (Qualification) 451 pm (Final) Athlete:Ranjit Singh Event:Cycling (1000 m Time Trial) Time:237 pm Athlete:Sahil Kumar Event:Cycling (1000 m Time Trial) Time:237 pm Athlete:Manu Bhaker Event:Shooting (Women’s 10m Air Pistol) Time:431 am (Qualification) 730 am (Final) Athlete:Heena Sidhu Event:Shooting (Women’s 10m Air Pistol) Time:431 am (Qualification) 7:30 am (Final) Athlete:Saniya Sheikh Event:Shooting (Women’s Skeet) Time:431 am (Qualification) 1130 am (Final) Athlete:Maheshwari Chauhan Event:Shooting (Women’s Skeet) Time:431 am (Qualification) 1130 am (Final) Athlete:Smit Singh Event:Shooting (Men’s Skeet) Time:431 am (Qualification) 1115 am (Final) Athlete:Sheeraj Sheikh Event:Shooting (Men’s Skeet) Time:431 am (Qualification) 1115 am (Final) Athlete:Deepak Kumar Event:Shooting (Men’s 10m Air Rifle) Time:6 am (Qualification) 9 am (Final) Athlete:Ravi Kumar Event:Shooting (Men’s 10m Air Rifle) Time:6 am (Qualification) 9 am (Final) Athlete:Sajan Prakash Event:Swimming (Men’s 100m Butterfly) Time:710 am (1st Heat) 423 pm (1st Semi-final) Athlete:Srihari Nataraj Event:Swimming (Men’s 50m Backstroke) Time:501 pm (Final) Athlete:Punam Yadav Event:Weightlifting (Women’s 69kg) Time:512 am Athlete:Vikas Thakur Event:Weightlifting (Men’s 94kg) Time:942 am Athlete:Seema Event:Weightlifting (Women’s 75kg) Time:212 pm Event:Mixed Badminton team quarter-finals Event:Boxing Men Preliminary rounds Time:730 am-11 am and 2 pm-530 pm Event:Boxing Women Preliminary Rounds Time:730 am-11 am and 2 pm-530 pm Event:Table Tennis Team Semi-final Time:4 am-10 am Event:Squash Singles Semi-Final Time:8 am-12 pm and 130 pm-5 pm Day 5 (9 April) Athlete:Muhammad Anas Event:Athletics (400m) Time:326 pm (Semi-final) Athlete:Tajinder Pal Singh Toor Event:Athletics (Shot put) Time:355 pm Athlete:Tejaswin Shankar Event:Athletics (High Jump) Time:550 am Athlete:Siddharth Yadav Event:Athletics (High Jump) Time:550 am Athlete:Poovamma Raja Event:Women 400m Time:6 am (Heat 1) Athlete:Hima Das Event:Women 400m Time:6 am (Heat 1) Athlete:L Suriya Event:Women 10000m Time:405 pm Athlete:Jitu Rai Event:Shooting (Men’s 10m Air Pistol) Time:431 am (Qualification) 7:39 am (Final) Athlete:Om Prakash Event:Shooting (Men’s 10m Air Pistol) Time:4:31 am (Qualification) 739 am (Final) Athlete:Apurvi Chandela Event:Shooting (Women’s 10m Air Rifle) Time:6:30 am (Qualification) 9 am (Final) Athlete:Mehuli Ghosh Event:Shooting (Women’s 10m Air Rifle) Time:630 am (Qualification) 9 am (Final) Athlete:Sajan Prakash Event:Swimming (Men’s 100m Butterfly) Time:529 pm Athlete:Virdhawal Khade Event:Men’s 50m Freestyle Time:643 am (1st Heat) 407 pm (1st Semi-final) Athlete:Srihari Nataraj Event:Men’s 200m Backstroke Time:601 am (1st Heat) 307 pm (Final) Athlete:Pardeep Singh Event:Men’s 105 kg Time:512 am Athlete:Lalchhanhimi Event:Women’s 90kg Time:942 am Athlete:Purnima Pandey Event:Women’s 90kg Time:942 am Athlete:Gurdeep Singh Event:Men’s +105kg Time:212 pm Event:Badminton Mixed Team Bronze medal and Gold medal Event:Boxing Men Preliminary rounds Time:730 am-11 am and 2 pm-530 pm Event:Boxing Women Preliminary Rounds Time:730 am-11 am and 2 pm-530 pm Event:Table Tennis Team final Time:1130 am-430 pm Event:Squash Singles Medal Time:800 am-12 pm and 130 pm-500 pm Day 6 (10 April) Athlete:Muhammed Anas Event:Athletics (400m) Time:518 pm Athlete:Poovamma Raju Event:Athletics (Women 400m) Time:446 pm (Semi-final) Athlete:Dharun Ayyasamy Event:Athletics (400m Hurdles) Time:645 am (Heat 1) Athlete:Hima Das Event:Athletics (Women 200m) Time:8:18 am (Heat 1) Athlete:Sreeshankar M Event:Athletics (Long Jump) Time:7 am India vs Malaysia Event:Men’s Hockey Time:502 pm India vs South Africa Event:Women’s Hockey Time:302 pm Athlete:Heena Sidhu Event:Shooting (Women’s 25m Air Pistol) Time:431 am (Qualification) 11 am (Final) File image of Heena Sidhu Image Courtesy: Twitter @ISSFShooting Athlete:Anuraj Singh Event:Shooting (Women’s 25m Air Pistol) Time:431 am (Qualification) 11 am (Final) Athlete:Gagan Narang Event:Shooting (Men’s 50m Rifle Prone) Time:431 am (Qualification) 830 am (Final) Athlete:Chain Singh Event:Shooting (Men’s 50m Rifle Prone) Time:431 am (Qualification) 830 am (Final) Athlete:Sajan Prakash Event:Swimming (Men’s 1500m Freestyle) Time:423 pm Athlete:Virdhawal Khade Event:Men’s 50m Freestyle Time:315 PM (Final) Event:Badminton singles and doubles Preliminary Time:430 am-1030 am; 1200 pm-600 pm Event:Men’s Boxing Quarter-finals Time:730 am-11 am and 2 pm-530 pm Event:Women’s Boxing Quarter-finals Time:730 am-11 am and 2 pm-530 pm Event:Table Tennis Singles Group Stage Time:4 am-10 am and 1130 am-430 pm Event:Squash Doubles Preliminary Time:8 am-12 pm and 130 pm-500 pm Day 7 (11 April) Athlete:Tejaswin Shankar Event:Athletics (High jump) Time:335 pm (Final) Athlete:Siddharth Yadav Event:Athletics (High jump) Time:335 pm (Final) Athlete:Poovamma Raju Event:Athletics (Women 400m) Time:515 pm (Final) Athlete:Hima Das Event:Athletics (Women 400m) Time:515 pm (Final) Athlete:Dharun Ayyasamy Event:Athletics (400m hurdles) Time:541 pm Athlete:Hima Das Event:Athletics (Women 200m) Time:508 pm (Final) Athlete:Sreeshankar M Event:Athletics (Long jump) Time:402 pm Athlete:Nayana James Event:Athletics (Women long jump) Time:230 pm Athlete:Neena Pinto Event:Athletics (Women long jump) Time:230 pm India vs England Event:Men’s Hockey Time:302 pm Athlete:Meghana Reddy Event:Gymnastics (Rhythmic Women Individual All Around) Time:633 am (Qualification) Athlete:Mohammed Asab Event:Shooting (Men’s Double Trap) Time:431 am (Qualification) 1115 am (Final) Athlete:Ankur Mittal Event:Shooting (Men’s Double Trap) Time:431 am (Qualification) 1115 am (Final) Athlete:Shreyasi Singh Event:Shooting (Women’s Double Trap) Time:4:31 am (Qualification) 6 am (Final) Athlete:Varsha Varman Event:Shooting (Women’s Double Trap) Time:4:31 am (Qualification) 6 am (Final) Athlete:Jitu Rai Event:Shooting (Men’s 50m Pistol) Time:431 am (Qualification) 730 am (Final) Athlete:Om Prakash Event:Shooting (Men’s 50m Pistol) Time:431 am (Qualification) 730 am (Final) Event:Badminton singles and doubles Preliminary Time:430 am-10:30 am; 12 pm-6 pm Event:Men’s Boxing Quarter-finals Time:730 am-11 am and 2 pm-530 pm Event:Women’s Boxing Quarter-finals Time:730 am-11 am and 2 pm-530 pm Event:Women’s Boxing Semi-Finals (48kg 69 kg) Time:730 am-11 am and 2 pm-530 pm Event:Table Tennis Doubles and Single Knockout Stage Time:4 am-10 am Event:Squash Doubles Preliminary Time:8 am-12 pm and 130 pm-500 pm Day 8 (12 April) Athlete:Dharun Ayyasamy Event:Athletics (400m Hurdles) Time:315 pm (Final) Athlete:Hima Das Event:Athletics (Women 200 m) Time:508 pm (Final) Athlete:Nayana James Event:Athletics (Women long jump) Time:325 pm Athlete:Neena Pinto Event:Athletics (Women long jump) Time:3:25 pm Athlete:Arpinder Singh Event:Athletics (Triple Jump) Time:6 am Athlete:Rakesh Babu A V Event:Athletics (Triple Jump) Time:6 am Athlete:Seema Antil Event:Athletics (Women Discus throw) Time:410 pm Athlete:Navjeet Kaur Dhillon Event:Athletics (Women Discus throw) Time:410 pm Athlete:Purnima Hembram Event:Athletics (Heptathlon) Time:535 am (100m hurdles) 630 am (High Jump) 250 pm (Shot Put) 427 pm (200m) Athlete:Meghana Reddy Event:Gymnastics (Rhythmic Women Individual All Around) Time:633 am (Final) Athlete:Anish Bhanwala Event:Shooting (Men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol) Time:431 am (Qualification) Athlete:Neeraj Kumar Event:Shooting (Men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol) Time:431 am (Qualification) Athlete:Anjum Moudgil Event:Shooting (Women’s 50m Rifle Prone) Time:431 am (Qualification) 931 am (Final) Athlete:Tejaswini Sawant Event:Women’s 50m Rifle Prone Time:431 am (Qualification) 931 am (Final) Athlete:Rahul Aware Event:Wrestling (Men 57 Kg) Time:From 6 am Athlete:Sushil Kumar Event:Wrestling (Men 74 Kg) Time:From 6 am File image of Sushil Kumar Reuters Athlete:Babita Kumari Event:Wrestling (Women 53 Kg) Time:From 6 am Athlete:Kiran Event:Wrestling (Women 76 Kg) Time: From 6 am Event:Badminton singles and doubles Preliminary Time:430 am-1030 am; 12 pm-6 pm Event:Table Tennis Doubles Quarter-Final Time:1130 am-430 pm Event:Squash Doubles Preliminary Time:8 am-12 am and 130 pm-500 pm Day 9 (13 April) Athlete:Neeraj Chopra Event:Athletics (Javelin throw) Time:530 am Athlete:Vipin Kasana Event:Athletics (Javelin throw) Time:530 am Athlete:Jinson Johnson Event:Athletics (1500m) Time:705 am India Event:Athletics (4x400m relay) Time:7:35 am India Event:Athletics (Women 4x400m relay) Time:8:05 am Athlete:Purnima Hembram Event:Athletics (Heptathlon) Time:6 am (Long jump) 7:55 am (Javelin throw) 335 pm (800m) Athlete:Anish Bhanwala Event:Shooting (Men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol) Time:9 am (Final) Athlete:Neeraj Kumar Event:Shooting (Men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol) Time:9 am (Final) Athlete:Anjum Moudgil Event:Shooting (Women’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions) Time:431 am (Qualification) 931 am (Final) Athlete:Tejaswini Sawant Event:Shooting (Women’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions) Time:431 am (Qualification) 931 am (Final) Athlete:Shreyasi Singh Event:Shooting (women’s trap) Time:4:31 am (Qualification) 11:25 am (Final) Athlete:Seema Tomar Event:Shooting (women’s trap) Time:431 am (Qualification) 1125 am (Final) Athlete:Bajrang Kumar Event:Wrestling (Men 65 Kg) Time:From 6 am Athlete:Mausam Khatri Event:Wrestling (Men 97 Kg) Time:From 6 am Athlete:Pooja Dhanda Event:Wrestling (Women 57 Kg) Time:From 6 am Athlete:Divya Kakran Event:Wrestling (Women 68 Kg) Time:From 6 am Event:Badminton singles and doubles quarter-final Time:630 am-1030 am 1 pm-5 pm Event:Men’s boxing semi-finals Time:730 am-11 am (49kg 52kg 60kg 91kg) and 2 pm-530 pm (56kg 69kg 75kg +91kg) Event:Women’s boxing semi-finals Time:730 am-11 am (51kg 60kg) Event:Table tennis doubles quarter-final Time:4 am-10 am Event:Table tennis doubles semi-final Time:1130 am-430 pm Event:Squash doubles quarter-final and semi-final Time:8 am-12 pm and 130 pm-5 pm Day 10 (14 April) Athlete:Arpinder Singh Event:Athletics (Triple Jump) Time:1045 am (Final) Athlete:Rakesh Babu AV Event:Athletics (Triple Jump) Time:1045 am (Final) Athlete:Neeraj Chopra Event:Athletics (Javelin Throw) Time:1005 am (Final) File image of Neeraj Chopra Image courtesy: Twitter @Neeraj_chopra1 Athlete:Vipin Kasana Event:Athletics (Javelin Throw) Time:1005 am (Final) Athlete:Jinson Johnson Event:1500m Time:1140 am (Final) India Event:4x400m relay Time:1208 pm (Final) India Event:Women 4x400m relay Time:1237 pm (Final) Athlete:L Suriya Event:Women 5000m Time:10:50 am Athlete:Manavjit Singh Sandhu Event:Shooting (Men’s Trap) Time:431 am (Qualification) 1130 am (Final) Athlete:Kynan Chenai Event:Shooting (Men’s Trap) Time:431 am (Qualification) 1130 am (Final) Athlete:Chain Singh Event:Shooting (Men’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions) Time:431 am (Qualification) 0815 am (Final) Athlete:Sanjeev Rajput Event:Shooting (Men’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions) Time:431 am (Qualification) 0815 am (Final) Athlete:Somveer Event:Wrestling (Men 84 Kg) Time:From 6 am Athlete:Sumit Event:Wrestling (Men 125 Kg) Time:From 6 am Athlete:Vinesh Phogat Event:Wrestling (Women 50 Kg) Time:From 6 am Athlete:Sakshi Malik Event:Wrestling (Women 62 Kg) Time:From 6 am Event:Badminton singles and doubles semi-final and bronze medal Time:630 am-1030 am and 1 pm-5 pm Event:Men’s boxing final Time:730 am-11 am (49kg 52kg 60kg 91kg) and 2 pm-530 pm (56kg 69kg 75kg +91kg) Event:Women’s boxing final Time:730 am-11 am (48kg 51kg 60kg) and 2 pm-530 pm (69 kg) Event:Table tennis doubles and singles medal matches Time:4 am-10 am and 1130 am-430 pm Event:Squash doubles semi-final and final Time:8 am – 12 pm and 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm Day 11 (15 April) Event:Badminton singles and doubles gold medal Time:4:30 am – 9:30 am Event:Table tennis doubles and singles medal matches Time:4 am-10 am and 1130 am-430 pm Event:Squash doubles semi-final and final Time:8 am-12 pm and 130 pm-5 pm MADRID—A Spanish HIV/AIDS researcher is facing a hefty fine for violating clinical trial regulations A court of appeals has upheld most of a lower court’s verdict against Vicente Soriano a physician at the Hospital Carlos III here and a well-known clinical researcher with hundreds of publications to his name Soriano is liable for 210000 for conducting a clinical trial without approval from the Spanish Agency for Medicines and Health Products failing to obtain insurance for the trial and informing participants he had his hospital’s ethical approval when he did not according to the ruling which was published 14 January But the court overturned a 6000 fine for obstructing the initial investigation which took place in 2010 The phase IV clinical trial which Soriano registered on ClinicalTrialsgov in July 2009 sought to establish whether HIV patients with undetectable levels of the virus in their blood can replace so-called protease inhibitors in their treatment cocktail with a powerful new compound raltegravir the first in a class called integrase inhibitors that has fewer side effects Soriano’s team divided patients into three groups with different treatment regimens; one group took raltegravir only once a day instead of twice the standard (Simplifying a treatment regimen can help patients adhere to it) The study enrolled 311 patients 222 of whom completed 24 weeks of follow-up; a paper published in HIV Clinical Trials in 2010 showed that raltegravir suppressed the virus successfully in all but 13 of them An anonymous tipster told Madrid’s health department that the trial lacked the proper regulatory and ethical approvals according to the court’s ruling and between 24 and 29 November 2010 the department sent inspectors to examine Soriano’s records In October 2011 a Madrid court issued him fines of 216000 Soriano appealed the fines on various points; the core of his defense however supported by three Spanish expert witnesses was that the study was retrospective and observational and that the treatment changes were within the normal realm of what doctors might recommend for any patient One of the seven magistrates hearing the case in Madrid’s Superior Court of Justice agreed but the majority did not They wrote in the verdict that "the appeal seeks to avoid the fact that the project not only proposed a change in dose but also a change in the medicine" One of the expert witnesses seems to gloss over the fact that patients were put on a new type of drug by claiming without evidence that they were already taking raltegravir the court added The fines two for “very serious” infractions and one for a “serious” infraction were the lowest allowed by the law "This study was without doubt a clinical trial" that would need proper ethical approval says bioethicist Ruth Macklin of Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City After studying Soriano’s study protocols Macklin says they are incompatible with observational studies Soriano declined to be interviewed about the trial or the appeal but in an e-mail to ScienceInsider he said that he and his group are victims of "harassment" related to a plan to dismantle the infectious diseases group at Carlos III The hospital is in the midst of a merger with Madrid’s Hospital La Paz; both are owned by the Madrid regional government and parts were scheduled for privatization until this week when a court ordered the cancellation of the plans It’s unclear whether the hospital will take action against Soriano While his appeal was pending he continued his medical practice but the ethics committee has not approved any clinical trials of his since March 2011 says Rafael Pérez-Santamarina Feijóo the managing director of Hospital La Paz Now that the court’s final ruling is available the hospital will evaluate how to proceed Pérez-Santamarina says A spokesperson for Madrid’s Medical College told ScienceInsider that it has taken no formal disciplinary action against Soriano Boeing has signed a tentative agreement to sell jetliners to Iran,Arizona Gov

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