There Was Only One Solitary Incident Of Breach Of Furlough Leave By 574 Days; Bombay HC Grants Emergency Parole To Murder Convict [Read Order]

first_imgNews UpdatesThere Was Only One Solitary Incident Of Breach Of Furlough Leave By 574 Days; Bombay HC Grants Emergency Parole To Murder Convict [Read Order] Nitish Kashyap30 July 2020 1:22 AMShare This – xObserving that apart from that one solitary incident of breach of furlough leave amounting to 574 days, there has been no other incident, the Bombay High Court on Tuesday granted emergency parole of 45 days to Asha Tayade, who was convicted of murder and sentenced to life, serving her term at Yerwada Prison, Pune. Division bench of Justice RD Dhanuka and Justice VG Bisht heard a…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?LoginObserving that apart from that one solitary incident of breach of furlough leave amounting to 574 days, there has been no other incident, the Bombay High Court on Tuesday granted emergency parole of 45 days to Asha Tayade, who was convicted of murder and sentenced to life, serving her term at Yerwada Prison, Pune. Division bench of Justice RD Dhanuka and Justice VG Bisht heard a petition filed by Asha’s sister Shobha who sought emergency parole leave for Asha due to Covid-19. The petition contended that in the wake of the present crisis, her sister had applied for parole leave which came to be rejected on the ground that she had earlier not surrendered on time and surrendered only after a lapse of 574 days. Petitioner’s advocate Rupesh Jaiswal submitted that keeping in view the judgment of the Apex Court and as also Government Circular dated March 26, 2020 in the backdrop of Covid-19 pandemic the concerned authorities ought not to have rejected the application of Parole leave moved by the petitioner’s sister. Moreover, the petitioner’s sister has already undergone 12 years and 6 months of actual imprisonment and including remission she has undergone more than 19 years. Thus she has undergone a substantial part of her sentence. In such a situation and having regard to the object of Emergency Parole leave and more particularly in the light of prevailing pandemic situation the petitioner’s sister be released on emergency parole leave, Jaiswal argued. He also assured the Court that hereinafter the petitioner shall not commit any breach of parole. APP SR Shinde on the other hand, supported the order of rejection of parole application by the Superintendent of Yerwada Central Jail, Pune. The bench noted- “From the record, it appears that there was only one solitary incident of breach of furlough leave amounting to 574 days and except that there is nothing on record. Moreover and admittedly, the petitioner is undergoing life imprisonment for the offence punishable under section 302 which is an offence covered under Indian Penal Code and therefore, out of ambit of notification No.4400/2020 issued by Home Department, Government of Maharashtra.” As per the said notification, only those accused under special enactments like UAPA, MCOCA, PMLA etc are exempted from being released on emergency parole in order to decongest prisons to combat the rising number of coronavirus cases in jails as well. Finally the Court concluded- “We have taken into consideration the fact that the Petitioner has already undergone substantial part of life imprisonment which is more than 19 years and there is no serious challenge to this aspect from the side of prosecution. Keeping precisely this in mind and as also the pandemic situation we are of considered view that here is a case which deserves all consideration and Petitioner’s sister, namely, Asha wife of Puna Tayade, Convict No.2465 in Yerwada Central Prison, Pune deserves to released on parole for 45 days under Emergency Parole Leave (Covid-19).”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

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Watch Nathaniel Rateliff, The Roots, Chuck Berry’s Son And Grandson Perform Together On Fallon

first_imgOn Friday, after a great deal of buildup, rock and roll forefather Chuck Berry posthumously released his final album, Chuck, his first solo record since 1979’s Rock It. In honor of the release of the album, Nathaniel Rateliff and Berry’s son and grandson Chuck Berry Jr. and Chuck Berry III, who are all featured on the album, made their way to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Backed by Fallon’s unbeatable house band, The Roots, Rateliff and the Berrys ran through a rockin’ rendition of Chuck single “Big Boys.” You can watch the performance below, courtesy of the Tonight Show‘s YouTube:Shortly after the rock legend’s death, Berry’s family confirmed that Chuck, the album that he had been working on at the time of his death, would still be released. Berry had announced the new album on his 90th birthday on October 18th of last year, making it the first solo album he’d worked on in over 38 years. The album includes recordings from 1991 until 2014, and will mark the first release of new material since Berry’s 1979 album Rock It.You can listen to Chuck tracks “Big Boys,” “Wonderful Woman,” and “Johnny B. Goode” spiritual follow-up “Lady B. Goode” now, or stream the full album below:You can also watch the official video for “Big Boys,” Berry’s first and only music video ever, below via Dualtone:last_img read more

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Two New COVID-19 Deaths Reported In Cattaraugus County Overnight

first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) CDC Image.LITTLE VALLEY – Two new COVID-19 related deaths were reported in Cattaraugus County overnight.The Cattaraugus County Health Department says a 55-year-old woman developed cardiac failure, while a 78-year-old man developed respiratory failure. Both, officials report, were unable to overcome their illness despite aggressive medical treatment.This is the 28th and 29th COVID-19 related death reported.Additionally, the county recorded 39 new cases of the virus on Tuesday, with 352 active. Twenty-one people are hospitalized in the county and the seven-day average positivity rate is 6.4 percent.The Health Department is encouraging residents who feel they are ill to be tested for the virus. They can sign up for testing at cattco.org/covid-19-test or call 716-938-9119.last_img read more

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Steve Younger took game buy a nose in 4-way photo finish

first_imgThe field that were left in the bar!PSC Golf from the Growling Swan, played out of Bogey’s Bar & GrillNov. 4 Treasure Hill G.C. StablefordNine Golfers came to play – just can’t get the numbers right. Two pull outs did not help the situation.Well it was off to Treasure Hill GC, playing at a reasonable price B1450 for G/F, cart and caddy. We should be playing this course more often. It’s a shame that others did not adopt this attitude.The course was in good nick and seemed to play true. But I have to say with the scores that came out it may have been a bit tougher than we had all expected. We went from the white tees and the weather had done us a favour. Not too hot with a slight breeze to assist us. With the nine golfers it allowed us to play only the one division with three placings and all novelties up for grabs.Amazingly we had four golfers return the same amount of points so it was to the countback to sort out the placings!Well it was that man Steve Younger yet again. His back nine got him the nod in the end. Second was Colin Vearsey with the judge Eric black filling the third position on the podium.1st Steve Younger (12) 28 pts.2nd Colin Veasey (36) 28 pts.3rd Eric Black (15) 28 pts.Near pins: 2. Steve Younger, 6. Steve Younger, 13. Did not go off, and 17. Keith Buchanan.Long first putt: 9 Eric Black and 18 JC Lhoste.Back at Bogey’s we welcomed back Bill McGarvie, Colin Stielow, Colin Veasey and newcomer Brian Stobias. We then said goodbye to Keith Buchanan & Brian Stobias. See you soon Keith and Brian hope to see you again.D-For was set free by Alex and the punters and players at Bogeys Bar and Grill were generous as always with their contributions towards the needy in Pattaya. All are thanked for this.last_img read more

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Birthday boy Younger celebrates in style

first_imgWe teed off about half an hour earlier than booked for as we were the only golfers out there.  We attacked the course from white 1 tees and if I said that there was plenty of water on this course I would not be kidding. Some of the water carries were a bit too long for this golfer but other than that I found the course to be in great shape although the pin placements on a few of the holes were questionable.The weather was on the warm side with little or no breeze, ironically the only time the wind sprung up was when we were on the tee box and attempting to hit into it.  But that’s golf for you!Steve Younger came to play on his birthday and play he did.  Breaking his 61st year he did not show any signs of slowing down and took the day’s honors 4 shots ahead of Alex Field, with Bill Steinmann and Simon Niven filling the other spots on the podium.1st Steve Younger (13) 37pts2nd Alex Field (18) 33pts3rd Bill Steinmann (12) 32pts4th Simon Niven (11) 30ptsNear Pins: #2 – Jayson Schembri, #6 – Bill Steinmann, #11 – Lindsay Slender, #14 – Bill Steinmann.Long Putts: #18 – Jason Schembri.Note: The GS is a “friendly” golf outlet and caters for and encourages all golfers, young and old, male or female to have a hit on any of our weekly outings.  We generally play Mondays and Thursdays at one of the many fine golf courses in and around Pattaya.  Please contact Peter Grey if you are interested in playing on 0861 503086The Growling Swan also caters to the bowls enthusiasts.  Bus transport departs the GS on Sundays for open grass bowling at The Retreat Bowls Club. If you wish to partake just be at The Growling Swan before the bus departs at 10.00 am. The cost including return bus transport, bowling fees and a hot lunch is about 350 baht, so great value for a day out!  The bus usually returns at 3.30 pm. PSC Golf from The Growling SwanThursday, April 21, Parichat – StablefordFourteen golfers turned out to have a crack at Parichat Golf Course.  This was the first visit from our outlet and numbers were still a bit low as we were recovering from Songkran.  The price for our game was B1400, covering green fee cart and caddie.  Or only B800 if you wanted to walk!We gathered on the first tee and as we took our first look at this course a couple of things came to mind.  Jerry Dobbs had told the scribe that I would love this course and that it would suit me.  Well looking at the course layout (on the score card) and panic set in.  I hope you read this Dobbsy and get as much pleasure as possible; this is the hardest course that I have played.  Do the numbers 16 & 17 mean anything to you?  16 was the amount of points I scored and 17 the amount of balls donated to the water gods.Steve Younger.last_img read more

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Lawrence wins the medal

first_img3rd Paul Bray (7) net 73B Flight1st Jim Elphick (26) net 692nd Iain Jones (24) net 713rd Kevin Hamilton (17) net 73It was well contested to the very end as Glasgow boy Lawrence McBride won the monthly medal for March by a single stroke on net 68, edging A Flight mate Peter ‘the right honourable’ LeNoury and B Flight winner Jimmy ‘two shots’ Elphick.  Lawrence won a lead crystal whiskey decanter, a bottle of Jameson’s Irish whiskey and his name will be added to the Lewiinski’s wall of shame.  Lawrence will also receive an invite to the Gold medal to be played later in the year.Medal winner Lawrence McBride (right) is congratulated by Paul Bray.The man riding a purple patch, Aussie star Paul Bray, closed the flight with a net73.Iain Jones followed Jim Elphick up the B Flight steps with a steady net 71, leaving ‘Big’ Kevin Hamilton to tidy up the flight.Back at Lewinski’s and after the presentation, Lawrence kindly shared his whisky with the lads.Monday, March 14, Greenwood A & B – Stableford1st Gerard Lambert (24) 38pts2nd Lawrie McBride (16) 37pts3rd Merle Humphreys’ (19) 37pts4th Clair Pettitt (24) 37ptsGreenwood is a popular venue with most, regardless of the journey, so a field of 20 players set out to play the A & B layouts.  With hardly any breeze at all it was another very hot and humid day for most of the lads.Gerard Lambert won the match with a best on the day 38 points and was a stroke clear of four players: Sunday’s hero Lawrie McBride, Merle Humphreys, Bob Fagan and Sean Soden.  When the scrap was finished it was Lawrie who emerged from the heap with the silver and Merle the bronze.  Bob Fagan filled the fourth podium spot and you can guess were Sean was left.Wednesday, March 16, Pattana B & C – StablefordA Flight 1st James Brackett (7) 36pts2nd Connor Doyle (10) 34pts3rd Lawrence McBride (16) 34ptsB Flight1st Peter Henshaw (23) 39pts2nd Paul Garvey (23) 36pts3rd Thierry Temime (23) 36ptsThe forecast called for one of the hottest days of the year, although this was tempered by a slight breeze that made the day quite pleasant.A total of 26 players turned out for a day of good scoring, with James Brackett taking first place in A Flight with a solid even par round and Peter ‘ the silver surfer’ Henshaw winning B Flight with a man of the match 39 points.  Peter was three clear of Paul Garvey and Thierry Temime, with Paul edging it in the ensuing count back.James’ A Flight winning score was two clear of a quartet of players in the shape of Connor Doyle, the man on fire Scotland’s Lawrie McBride, Peter ‘the right honorable’ LeNoury and Aussie Lou ‘Zig-zag’.  When the divots had settled, it was Connor who lifted the silver and Lawrence the bronze while Peter and Lou were left standing at the bar.Friday, March 18, Burapha A & B – StablefordA Flight1st Lawrence McBride (16) 45pts2nd John Harrison (16) 43pts3rd Chris Schwen (14) 35ptsB Flight1st Thierry Temime (23) 39pts2nd Gerard Lambert (24) 38pts3rd Bob Fagan (24) 37ptsA busy week concluded with a visit to Burapha to play the A & B layouts and the players found the course to be in excellent condition while the weather was mad hot and humid.This month’s medal winner Lawrence McBride fished the week as he started by recording a fantastic 45 points; this was Lawrence’s fourth pay window visit of the week and he might just find a one way ticket to a destination of his choice in his pink envelope.John Harrison pushed Lawrence all the way with a flawless 43 points to pick up the silver while a trio of players were knotted on 35 points and when the knot was untied it was Chris Schwen who got to fill the final podium spot, leaving Paul Bray and Robert Christie at sea level and potless.The laurels in B Flight went to Thierry Temime with a rock solid 39 points.  Thierry was trailed in by one stroke increments by Gerard Lambert and Bob Fagan in that order.Note: Lewiinski’s is situated on Pattaya land Soi 1, Beach Rd Soi13/13 near Walking Street.  Anyone wishing to play with us just pop in and add your name to the list or call Peter on 086 139 6301.  Transport is provided. PSC Golf from Lewiinski’s Golf SocietySunday, March 13, Green Valley – Monthly MedalA Flight1st Lawrence McBride (16) net 682nd Peter LeNoury (13) net 69last_img read more

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Brooks & Oats lead the way

first_imgPSC Golf from the Tropical Golf GroupFriday, July 17, Bangpra – StablefordThe Tropical Golf Group had a couple of treats last Friday.  The first was we were playing Bangpra – high on the list of favorite courses for most golfers.  The second treat was that it was fairly cloudy and cool most of the round with no threat of rain.  Who could ask for better than a great course in good weather?  So off 24 golfers went in search of glory. Bangpra is a course usually in good condition, and it didn’t disappoint this day.  Fairways and greens were well tended.  The interesting layout makes sure this course is not a ‘grip it and rip it’ challenge, and anyone without some pre-shot thinking better be just plain lucky to have their name called after the round.  With 23 golfers we had two flights plus a bevy of technical prizes, and everyone was curious who would take advantage?Barry Oats (left) with Landis Brooks. In the A Flight (0-14), Landis Brooks came out on top with a well-constructed 37 points, one up on Bill Steinmann in second and Alan Sullivan took third with 35.Barry Oats topped the B Flight (15+) standings with another fine round and 37 points while Graham Buckingham placed second on 33 and Kenny Chung completed the podium with 29.Near Pins:  Don Carmody, John Pierrel (2), Barry Oats.Long Putts:  Brian Parish, Paul Sharples.last_img read more

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Olympia Arts Walk Registration Now Open

first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by City of OlympiaOlympia Arts Walk is a semi-annual community event celebrating the arts.Thousands gather in downtown Olympia in both the Spring and Fall for a festive arts experience that uses creativity to connect and engage people. Many of our unique downtown businesses and organizations transform their spaces into creative hubs filled with art, demonstrations, and performances.If you are a venue looking to highlight artists and/or performances happening in your space during the event please register by July 15, 2018. Benefits of registration include being connected with our 14,000+ attendees, supporting downtown community development, and celebrating the arts.If you are an artist or performer looking to pair up with a venue, or a venue looking for artists or performers be sure to visit www.olyspeaks.org and visit the Arts Walk online forum. On the Arts Walk Oly Speaks online forum you can share information about your artwork or space and find your Arts Walk match.Early Bird and Non-profit/Art Studio discounts available. Standard registration options start at $109, with combined discounts of up to $50 for registering early or non-profit groups. To receive the early bird rate of $20 off simply register by July 7, 2018 and enter promo code EBFA2018 at check out. To receive the non-profit and studio discount of $30 off, enter promo code NPFA2018 at check out.Arts Walk is presented by the City of Olympia Parks, Arts & Recreation Department and Olympia Arts Commission, with support from Art House Designs, Capitol City Press, Capitol Heating & Cooling, MIXX 96fm and Oly Arts.For additional event information visit: www.olympiawa.gov/artswalkFeatured photo credit: Sarah Gonialast_img read more

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Red Bank Seeking Funds for Basie Jazz Series

first_imgRED BANK—The borough’s Vision Committee, chaired by Councilwoman Juanita Lewis, has announced that, in honor of Red Bank-born William “Count” Basie, the group is planning a jazz series for the month of August.The group will be offering three free open-air jazz concerts on Friday, Aug. 10, 17 and 24 at various locations throughout Red Bank to celebrate the birthday month of “the Kid From Red Bank” and to pay homage to jazz music in the community that produced this musical legend, 365 days each year.The group is currently seeking sponsors to help fund this celebration of Count Basie’s contribution to music history not only in Red Bank, but all over the music world. Anyone interested in helping out should contact Lewis at 732-842-8673.last_img read more

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