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[Discharge U/s 245 CrPC] There Is Difference Between An Unrebutted Case & Unrebutted Evidence: Allahabad HC [Read Order]

first_imgNews Updates[Discharge U/s 245 CrPC] There Is Difference Between An Unrebutted Case & Unrebutted Evidence: Allahabad HC [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK25 Oct 2020 12:00 AMShare This – xThe Allahabad High Court has held that while deciding whether to discharge an accused person under Section 245 of CrPC, the Court must examine if there is a “prima facie case” made out against him. The High Court has clarified that the Court has to examine whether a “case”, which, if unrebutted, would warrant a conviction is made out and not whether “evidence” if unrebutted, would…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 Allahabad High Court has held that while deciding whether to discharge an accused person under Section 245 of CrPC, the Court must examine if there is a “prima facie case” made out against him. The High Court has clarified that the Court has to examine whether a “case”, which, if unrebutted, would warrant a conviction is made out and not whether “evidence” if unrebutted, would warrant a conviction. It held, “it is not the mandate under Section 245(1) Cr.P.C. that evidence if unrebutted would warrant a conviction, charge has to be framed. The language of Section 245(1) makes it very clear that evidence will have to be adduced and thereafter the court will have to consider whether a case, which, if unrebutted, would warrant a conviction is made out. It is not the mandate of law that the court need only consider whether “evidence if unrebutted, would warrant a conviction.” What should be considered is whether a case if unrebutted, would warrant a conviction. I must note that there is a distinction between these two circumstances.” Section 245 of CrPC contemplates when an accused shall be discharged. Sub-section (1) thereof stipulates: If, upon taking all the evidence referred to in section 244, the Magistrate considers, for reasons to be recorded, that no case against the accused has been made out which, if unrebutted, would warrant his conviction, the Magistrate shall discharge him. The High Court has held that in a private complaint alleging commission of a warrant offence under Section 245 Cr.P.C., after the enquiry under Section 244 Cr.P.C., a criminal court is expected under Section 245(1) only to consider whether such a case has been made out “which, if unrebutted, would warrant a conviction.” Notably, similar observations were also made by the Supreme Court in RS Nayak v. AR Antulay, (1986) 2 SCC 716. It was held, “There is no scope for doubt that the stage at which the magistrate is required to consider the question of framing of charge under Section 245(1) is a preliminary one and the test of “prima facie” case has to be applied…” In State Of Tamil Nadu v. N Suresh Rajan & Ors., the Top Court had further clarified that Discharge under Section 245(1) of CrPC is not a stage where the court can appraise the evidence and discharge the accused as if it was passing an order of acquittal. Handing out reasons for such position of law, the High Court in the case at hand remarked, “A bona fide complainant must be given a fuller opportunity to substantiate his allegations. The complainant actuated by oblique motive will have to be shown the door. An innocent accused who does not deserve to endure the trauma of a prosecution must be saved of such predicament.” The Court has also made it clear that there is a difference in the quality of consideration at the stage of Section 203/204 CrPC and Section 245/246 CrPC. Whereas the expression “prima facie case” is “loosely employed” in both cases, the High Court observed that the expression is not used in the Code. “There is a real and reasonable difference between the quality of consideration of the materials at these two stages. Though loosely referred to as “prima facie case” by courts in some decisions, one cannot jump to a conclusion that the quality of consideration of the materials at these two stages are identical. They are certainly different,” it held. The Court explained: Quality of consideration, which a criminal court undertakes, of the materials available before it, must certainly vary from circumstance to circumstance and stage to stage. At the initial stage of Section 203/204 Cr.P.C., a criminal court considers the materials available before it for the short purpose of deciding whether “there is sufficient ground to proceed against the accused.”In a private complaint alleging commission of a warrant offence under Section 245 Cr.P.C., after the enquiry under Section 244 Cr.P.C., a criminal court is expected under Section 245(1) only to consider whether such a case has been made out “which, if unrebutted, would warrant a conviction.” The quality of consideration of the materials available before the court at a later stage of the proceedings – at the stage of deciding whether the accused deserve to be convicted or acquitted – is totally different and more exhaustive. “It is at that stage that the exercise of weighing the evidence in golden scales will, can and should be resorted to by a court,” it added. This discussion was made by the High Court while hearing an application under Section 482 of CrPC, in connection with dispute over permission for discharging ‘Trade Effluent’ by a Sugar Distillery. Case Title: M/S Daurala Sugar Works v. State of UP & Anr. Click Here To Download Order Read Order Next Storylast_img read more


May 26, 2021 0

Dillon Maggard Places 13th at USATF Championships

first_imgJune 25, 2018 /Sports News – Local Dillon Maggard Places 13th at USATF Championships FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailDES MOINES, Iowa-Sunday, the decorated and legendary Utah State track and field/cross country athlete Dillon Maggard concluded his Aggies career by placing 13th in the men’s 5000-meter run at the USATF Championships at Drake University.Maggard’s time of 13:55.06 saw him hang with the top group in the race until the final 1,000 meters when he began to tail off.The Kirkland, Wash. native concludes his Aggies career having been a 9-time All-American while competing in both track and field and cross country for Utah State.This race was won by Paul Chelimo of the U.S. Army in a time of 13:29.47. Tags: Dillon Maggard/Paul Chelimo/USATF Championships/USU Track and Field/Cross Country Brad James Written bylast_img read more


May 8, 2021 0

Saint Mary’s plans career networking event

first_imgSaint Mary’s students looking for professional work experience can learn about internship opportunities at the Indiana Internship Expo on Jan. 30 in LeMans Hall’s Reignbeaux Lounge.  The Expo, sponsored by Saint Mary’s Cross Currents Program and funded by the Lilly Endowment Initiative to Promote Opportunities through Educational Collaboration, is open to students of all majors and will feature fall, winter and spring internship opportunities in Indiana. Assistant Director of the Career Crossings Office [CCO] Kim Patton said the Lilly Endowment is a grant bestowed upon Saint Mary’s to support efforts by Indiana companies to employ Belles after graduation.  Patton said South Bend’s Center for the Homeless, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance and Financial Services, Downtown South Bend, Inc. and Quality Dining, Inc. will be among the employers in attendance.  Students should not be afraid to look beyond the Indiana Internship Expo to land their dream internship, Patton said. The CCO is available to students on an appointment basis. “We always encourage students to come in and meet with us one on one because we can talk to students about their resumes, networking, interviews, et cetera,” Patton said. Belles can also look to the CCO website for help in their job searches, Patton said. “The CCO’s website is not just your Monster or Career Builder website,” she said. “It’s actually zeroing in on internships. We provide the general sites to find internships, but also the more specific sites for opportunities in areas like biology, publishing, nursing, non-profits, green jobs and of course tons more.” Students can also search for internships by following the CCO and employers on Twitter and noting opportunities they post, Patton said. . Patton said networking via LinkedIn and the Alumnae Resource Network allows students to contact potential employers and learn of job openings. “We encourage our students to utilize the Alumnae Resource Network to network with alumnae who are working in the field students are interested in,” Patton said.  “It’s a wonderful tool and all of the alumnae [in the network] have chosen to be in the network so they know students will be contacting them.”,Saint Mary’s students looking for professional work experience can learn about internship opportunities at the Indiana Internship Expo on Jan. 30 in LeMans Hall’s Reignbeaux Lounge.  The Expo, sponsored by Saint Mary’s Cross Currents Program and funded by the Lilly Endowment Initiative to Promote Opportunities through Educational Collaboration, is open to students of all majors and will feature fall, winter and spring internship opportunities in Indiana. Assistant Director of the Career Crossings Office [CCO] Kim Patton said the Lilly Endowment is a grant bestowed upon Saint Mary’s to support efforts by Indiana companies to employ Belles after graduation.  Patton said South Bend’s Center for the Homeless, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance and Financial Services, Downtown South Bend, Inc. and Quality Dining, Inc. will be among the employers in attendance.  Students should not be afraid to look beyond the Indiana Internship Expo to land their dream internship, Patton said. The CCO is available to students on an appointment basis. “We always encourage students to come in and meet with us one on one because we can talk to students about their resumes, networking, interviews, et cetera,” Patton said. Belles can also look to the CCO website for help in their job searches, Patton said. “The CCO’s website is not just your Monster or Career Builder website,” she said. “It’s actually zeroing in on internships. We provide the general sites to find internships, but also the more specific sites for opportunities in areas like biology, publishing, nursing, non-profits, green jobs and of course tons more.” Students can also search for internships by following the CCO and employers on Twitter and noting opportunities they post, Patton said. . Patton said networking via LinkedIn and the Alumnae Resource Network allows students to contact potential employers and learn of job openings. “We encourage our students to utilize the Alumnae Resource Network to network with alumnae who are working in the field students are interested in,” Patton said.  “It’s a wonderful tool and all of the alumnae [in the network] have chosen to be in the network so they know students will be contacting them.”,Saint Mary’s students looking for professional work experience can learn about internship opportunities at the Indiana Internship Expo on Jan. 30 in LeMans Hall’s Reignbeaux Lounge.  The Expo, sponsored by Saint Mary’s Cross Currents Program and funded by the Lilly Endowment Initiative to Promote Opportunities through Educational Collaboration, is open to students of all majors and will feature fall, winter and spring internship opportunities in Indiana. Assistant Director of the Career Crossings Office [CCO] Kim Patton said the Lilly Endowment is a grant bestowed upon Saint Mary’s to support efforts by Indiana companies to employ Belles after graduation.  Patton said South Bend’s Center for the Homeless, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance and Financial Services, Downtown South Bend, Inc. and Quality Dining, Inc. will be among the employers in attendance.  Students should not be afraid to look beyond the Indiana Internship Expo to land their dream internship, Patton said. The CCO is available to students on an appointment basis. “We always encourage students to come in and meet with us one on one because we can talk to students about their resumes, networking, interviews, et cetera,” Patton said. Belles can also look to the CCO website for help in their job searches, Patton said. “The CCO’s website is not just your Monster or Career Builder website,” she said. “It’s actually zeroing in on internships. We provide the general sites to find internships, but also the more specific sites for opportunities in areas like biology, publishing, nursing, non-profits, green jobs and of course tons more.” Students can also search for internships by following the CCO and employers on Twitter and noting opportunities they post, Patton said. . Patton said networking via LinkedIn and the Alumnae Resource Network allows students to contact potential employers and learn of job openings. “We encourage our students to utilize the Alumnae Resource Network to network with alumnae who are working in the field students are interested in,” Patton said.  “It’s a wonderful tool and all of the alumnae [in the network] have chosen to be in the network so they know students will be contacting them.”last_img read more


January 26, 2021 0

Colombia to Train Paraguayan Armed Forces and National Police

first_imgThe U.S. Congress highlighted Paraguay’s dedication to combating terrorism through the cutting of funding streams. “This commitment expressed by Cartes was made at a critical moment – a moment during which terrorist organizations are searching for any way possible for ways to locate funding and resources,” said U.S. Representative Robert Pittenger (R-NC), a member of the Committee on Financial Services from the U.S. House of Representatives, during his visit to Paraguay on April 6th. He was in Paraguay as part of his South American tour, according to the governmental news agency Agencia de Información Paraguaya. Colombia and Paraguay have a long history of cooperation on defense issues. The reciprocal collaboration dynamic has been enhanced since 2014, primarily among the countries’ Militaries. Regional effort to fight crime “The Paraguayan government’s new focus on security and defense seeks to develop security continuously and comprehensively not only in Paraguay, but something that is truly based in regional cooperation,” Brig. Gen. Piris stated. “This approach is being relayed to Paraguay’s civil population so they see and understand the Armed Forces’ new role. We are here to help people and to protect the country from new threats. On April 11th, Paraguayan Defense Minister Diógenes Martínez met with the Colombian Ambassador to Paraguay, Adela María Maestre Cuello, at the Paraguayan Ministry of Defense. Ambassador Maestre Cuello delivered the Colombian government’s proposal to offer advanced Military training courses aimed at strengthening the operational and technical capacities of Paraguay’s Armed Forces and National Police. Engineering Colonel Pedro Villaquirán, Colombia’s Military attaché, and Brigadier General Derlis Fernando Piris, director of Policy and Strategy at Paraguay’s Ministry of Defense, also attended the meeting. In August, between 100 and 160 Paraguayan Military personnel will travel to Colombia to receive special training aimed at countering terrorism and drug trafficking, Colombian Ambassador Maestre said on May 6th, according to the website ABC. Colombia is willing to share the knowledge and experience it has gained from combating the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and other paramilitary groups and narcotrafficking organizations for more than 50 years. In June 2014, 72 Paraguayan Soldiers began a 14-week course at the Training Center at Fort Tolemaida in Colombia, where they received advanced training in tactics and techniques to combat terrorist gangs, according to the website Defensa. Upon concluding their training, the Paraguayan Military members joined the Joint Task Force (FTC) in the landlocked country’s northern zone to combat the Paraguayan People’s Army and criminal organizations linked to drug trafficking and terrorism. Brig. Gen. Piris pointed out that experienced Colombian officers trained approximately 200 Paraguayan officers and non-commissioned officers (NCOs) from 2014 until 2015. “The exchange of information, the training, and [our] agreements are working against criminal actions, principally in the northern part of the country. They have also contributed to the reduction in the outbreaks [of terrorism]. These actions accompany comprehensive actions for the community in economic, preventative, nutritional, health, and personal spheres. We are making progress,” he added. By Dialogo May 11, 2016 Colombia will provide advanced Military training to Paraguay’s Armed Forces and National Police that will reinforce the countries’ ties of cooperation on security and defense matters. The training will include courses that cover intelligence concerns; how to combat terrorism and transnational crime organizations; how to protect the environment; human rights; and international humanitarian law. History of cooperation “We are studying the new offerings according to our needs,” Brig. Gen. Piris told Diálogo. “President Horacio Cartes’ government is committed to modernizing our security forces, visualizing an operational focus comprising multipurpose units with projective capacity. This new agreement will increase the operational and response capabilities of Paraguay’s security forces in fulfilling the missions aimed at countering new threats. In addition, it will build upon bi- and multilateral relationships with regard to security matters and foster confidence-building measures through various cooperative agreements among partner nations’ Militaries.” “Every year, we send Troops to Colombia to be trained in guerrilla warfare, confrontations, and international humanitarian law,” Brig. Gen. Piris explained. “The cooperative relationship between Colombia and Paraguay is excellent. We are very happy because, over the last few years, communication has become more fluid and we have grown.” “Threats don’t have a country. They don’t have borders,” Brig. Gen. Piris stated. “Everything is connected. The training programs with Colombia and other allied countries are key pieces in the Paraguayan government’s strategy to protect the environment and to counter terrorism and drug trafficking… Using Colombia’s experience [allows us to] reduce costs and the loss of human life.” The increase of criminal organizations in South America has prompted Paraguay to strengthen its cooperation agreements with the Armed Forces of Argentina, Brazil, Peru, the United States, and Colombia, which shares its information with partner nations’ Military and civilian personnel to improve a regional network of cooperation on security matters. From May 16th-August 14th of last year, 77 NCOs were trained alongside their officer peers in counter-terrorism and combat strategies at the School of Professional Soldiers in the Colombian department of Cundinamarca. The course included tactics and techniques for patrols, ambushes, counter-ambushes, and other specializations. Another 80 military personnel traveled to the Andean nation between September and December 2015, according to ABC. Colombian and Paraguayan authorities agreed to hold the 5th Meeting of the Binational Colombian-Paraguayan Committee for Cooperation against the Illegal Trafficking of Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances in the Colombian capital of Bogotá during the first week of July, according to Paraguay’s Ministry of Foreign Relations. “Paraguay is confident in its future,” Brig. Gen. Piris stated. “It is time to strengthen our sense of brotherhood and Latin American-ness, and [this will be] better with Colombia and all countries. Paraguay is a brotherly country and an ally.”last_img read more


December 20, 2020 0

GOING, GOING VIRAL: What they’re saying on social media about Dodgers pitcher Joe Kelly

first_imgGOING, GOING, VIRAL: There were no fans in the stands during the Dodgers’ 5-2 victory in Houston on Tuesday, but fans at home were ready to burst through their televisions after pitcher Joe Kelly plunked Alex Bregman and then stuck out Carlos Correa and taunted him walking off with some serious words exchanged before the benches emptied …What Happened …Carlos Correa and Joe Kelly exchanged words after Kelly struck out Correa. Benches cleared following the exchange. pic.twitter.com/sVHaibpN2y— FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) July 29, 2020 1. Mike Trout2. Joe Kelly3. Whoever you want to put those are the top 2 in baseball— The Reason (@TheReason540) July 29, 2020 Alex Bregman on getting thrown at: “I don’t know if he was or if he wasn’t” Mr. Talkative doesn’t have much to say now. “I dunno. Some words were some exchanged and we went out there” “I dunno.”“I dunno.”We know you know.— Dodgers Nation (@DodgersNation) July 29, 2020 I’m getting all these updates how Joe Kelly started that jaw session yesterday… am I suppose to feel bad? THE ASTROS GOT AWAY WITH CHEATING. THEY DESERVE EVERYTHING THEY GET!!!!— chris (@ChrisMSchnabel) July 29, 2020 I’m old school lovin Joe Kelly. I’ve been loving me some Joe Kelly since him and Shelby Miller were throwing darts in a red bird uni— Ethan Plasters (@EthanPlasters1) July 29, 2020 Jeez. I do not like baseball, but damn do I love Joe Kelly.😤😤— Andrew Haining (@AjHaining13) July 29, 2020 What Dodgers pitcher Joe Kelly was saying …”It is what it is, I walked a couple of guys and was able to get out of the inning.” Hear from Joe Kelly following tonight’s win over the Astros. pic.twitter.com/gS3913tkRs— SportsNet LA (@SportsNetLA) July 29, 2020 If Joe Kelly had a Twitter he would be the only Dodgers player I ever followed.— Stache, Lord of Taco’s (@Stache_MLB) July 29, 2020 What Astros Manager Dusty Baker was saying … Here’s what Dusty Baker said postgame about Joe Kelly in the 6th inning: pic.twitter.com/aQhTntXCH9— Jake Kaplan (@jakemkaplan) July 29, 2020And what social media was saying … When Astros fans say other teams stole signs too pic.twitter.com/k5VFKuDW8R— Adam Grosbard (@AdamGrosbard) July 29, 2020 I’ve always kinda liked Joe Kelly but now he’s definitely my all-time second favorite Dodger only behind Jackie— Thierry ℍ𝕖𝕟𝕣𝕪 (@henrygentile) July 29, 2020 Someone HAS to be selling Joe Kelly sad face shirts by now right? Where can I get one?— Amanda Coleman (@Ama_Cole589) July 29, 2020 Joe Kelly is what we needed during these times pic.twitter.com/d7I05KfnKA— DailySportsDosage (@SportsDsd) July 29, 2020 Joe Kelly is all of us. Just give some rib shots next time.— TJ Lang (@TJLang70) July 29, 2020 Always up in my business. #JoeKelly FTW. @Dodgers 👏🏽💙⚾️ pic.twitter.com/NzXRSGXtEO— 97.1 AMP (@971amp) July 29, 2020 Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more


August 26, 2020 0

MUTEBI: KCCA FC have nothing to fear in Tunisia

first_imgManager Mike Mutebi giving instructions to Ivan Ntege before the latter was introduced in the CAF Confederation tie against Club Africain at Lugogo.  KCCA face the same side Friday. PHOTO KCCA MEDIAMUTEBI: We shall play against Africain in our way… 11pm – KCCA FC ??  vs  Africain ??Tuni, Tunisia | KCCA FC MEDIA| Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club (KCCA FC) will not change their style of play against Club Africain in their last Group A game of the CAF Confederation Cup on Friday in Tunis.“We are not going to Tunisia to sit back and defend, we are going to play our way. And our way is to attack but remain organised defensively,” manager Mike Mutebi promsied.Mutebi was speaking to www.kccafc.co.ug  before the team’s last training session on Tuesday morning. A historic place in the quarter-finals is at stake on Friday.“We can’t mortgage our identity, that business of parking the bus, is not our way, we have to frustrate them even if they are home because I believe we have the players to match them.”Group A is already intriguing as KCCA of Uganda, Club Africain of Tunisia, Rivers United of Nigeria and FUS Rabat of Morocco can qualify.Africain host KCCA and FUS have home advantage over Rivers and in a mini-league where nine of 10 matches produced home wins, the north Africans sides are poised to triumph and advance.Standings (played, won, drawn, lost, goals for, goals against, points)Africain      5 3 0 2 9 6 9KCCA          5 3 0 2 7 8 9FUS           5 2 0 3 7 6 6Rivers        5 2 0 3 5 8 6CLICK TO READ FULL STORY Sadam Juma celebrates after scoring as KCCA FC destroyed FUS Rabat 3-1 at Lugogo on Sunday. PHOTO BY KCCA MEDIAHolders Mazembe must win to ensure survivalCAF Confederation Cup title-holders TP Mazembe of the Democratic Republic of Congo must defeat visiting Horoya of Guinea this weekend to be sure of a quarter-finals place, reports AFP.Every Group D match between leaders Mazembe, Horoya and third-place SuperSport United of South Africa has been drawn, setting the scene for a thrilling finale.Mazembe and Horoya have nine points, with the Congolese occupying first place on goal difference, and SuperSport seven.The Pretoria outfit complete their mini-league schedule at home to Mounana of Gabon, who have lost all five matches and conceded five goals at home to SuperSport. Share on: WhatsAppcenter_img Should Mazembe and Horoya draw in Lubumbashi and SuperSport win in Atteridgeville, there will be a three-way tie on 10 points.A 0-0 or 1-1 draw in DR Congo would eliminate Mazembe while a 2-2 or higher-scoring stalemate would spell the end for SuperSport.South Africa midfielder and SuperSport captain Dean Furman believes his team are too good to fail at the mini-league stage.“Our back-to-back draws with Mazembe have given us a lot of confidence — we can compete successfully with the giants of African club football,” he told reporters.SuperSport came from two goals behind to draw 2-2 at Mazembe and had the better of a 0-0 deadlock in a return match dominated by defences.“There were a lot of positives for us from outplaying the Confederation Cup title-holders for large parts of both matches.“We did not want a three-team race to the wire in the group, but that is what it has become,” said the midfielder whose primary task is to disrupt opposition attacks.“Being eliminated this weekend would be a huge disappointment as the boys feel they can do better than that,” said Furman.Victories for Mazembe and SuperSport are the likeliest outcomes of the Saturday matches, saving officials from scrambling for CAF rules books.Al Hilal Obeid of Sudan, one of the surprise sides of the Confederation Cup this season, have secured qualification from Group C, and will play a role in who advances with them.Zesco United of Zambia will go through if they defeat the Sudanese in Copperbelt city Ndola and avenge a 1-0 away loss.If Zesco lose or draw, the door opens for Recreativo Libolo of Angola and Smouha of Egypt, who clash in Calulo, southeast of Luanda.Leaders Mouloudia Alger of Algeria and record three-time Confederation Cup winners CS Sfaxien of Tunisia have booked last-eight places from Group B. RELATEDlast_img read more


August 13, 2020 0

Eze’s triple-double powers Perpetual over JRU

first_imgOSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Nonito Donaire vs Naoya Inoue is BWAA 2019 Fight of the Year Lim, however, felt that the win over a fellow NCAA contender doesn’t mean much at this stage.“We just caught JRU in a bad night,” he remarked, as JRU shot 36-percent from the field against Perpetual’s sky-high 52-percent clip.Lim did share his elation with how the Altas have been improving over their past outings.“We’re getting better every game and that’s what I want to see.”Leonardo Esguerra carried JRU with 21 points and eight rebounds, while Apinan got 14 markers and 12 boards in the team’s first loss in three games.ADVERTISEMENT Newsome sets focus on helping Bolts open new PBA season on right track View comments Maguindanao massacre case: Mangudadatu upbeat on conviction of perpetratotrs PLAY LIST 01:04Maguindanao massacre case: Mangudadatu upbeat on conviction of perpetratotrs01:05SEA Games: Kim Mangrobang wins gold anew as Filipinos secure triathlon double sweep00:50Trending Articles02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award LATEST STORIES Player of the Week: Injury free, Manuel back to playing big for Aces MOST READ Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextcenter_img Nueva Ecija warehouse making fake cigarettes raided, 29 Chinese workers nabbed “At least, he knows what he can do and what he can bring to the table,” said Perpetual Help head coach Frankie Lim of Eze’s performance.John Villanueva added 18 markers, seven boards, four assists, and two steals while AJ Coronel got 11 points, six rebounds, and four dimes for the Altas.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkWith Eze lording in the paint, Perpetual quickly established control of the game with a 15-3 start.Though the Heavy Bombers leaned on Jeckster Apinan to recover and even briefly claim the lead in the second quarter, Eze was at it again to help the Altas regain control and this time, for good after taking a 41-29 lead that ballooned to 20 in fourth quarter. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Almazan vows to comeback stronger after finals heartbreak CONTRIBUTED PHOTOPrince Eze recorded a rare triple-double to power University of Perpetual Help to an 88-72 rout of Jose Rizal University in the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup Monday at Pasig Sports Center.Eze dominated with 24 points, 20 rebounds, and a record-setting 11 blocks to become only the fifth player in league history to achieve the feat.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Michael Porter Jr. stays patient as playing time increases The Scores:PERPETUAL 88 — Eze 24, Villanueva 18, Coronel 11, Aurin 9, Jimenez 9, Peralta 8, Charcos 7, Antonio 2, Mangalino 0, Tamayo 0.JRU 72 — Esguerra 21, Apinan 14, Mendoza 11, Grospe 6, Perez 6, Yu 6, Dela Virgen 5, Bordon 2, Mvogo 1, Padua 0, Pontejos 0, Tayongtong 0.Quarters: 17-11, 41-29, 62-53, 88-72.last_img read more


January 19, 2020 0