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Delhi Riots: Supreme Court Rejects Delhi Police’s Plea To Cancel Bail Of Accused Charged Under UAPA For Selling SIM Cards Without Verification

first_imgTop StoriesDelhi Riots: Supreme Court Rejects Delhi Police’s Plea To Cancel Bail Of Accused Charged Under UAPA For Selling SIM Cards Without Verification Sanya Talwar23 Nov 2020 4:19 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court has rejected the plea seeking cancellation of bail to Delhi Riots accused Faizan Khan, booked under the draconian Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.A bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, BR Gavai & MR Shah rejected the plea for cancellation to Khan, challenging an October 23 order of Delhi High Court which had granted him bail.Khan faces charges of supplying mobile phone…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 Supreme Court has rejected the plea seeking cancellation of bail to Delhi Riots accused Faizan Khan, booked under the draconian Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.A bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, BR Gavai & MR Shah rejected the plea for cancellation to Khan, challenging an October 23 order of Delhi High Court which had granted him bail.Khan faces charges of supplying mobile phone sim card’s to delinquent students, without mandatory verification of identity so as to allegedly enable their participation in conspiracy without being detected.A Single-Judge Bench of Justice Suresh Kumar Kait had granted bail to Khan and had noted that the onerous conditions/embargo under Section 43D(5) of the UAPA would not be applicable in the present case as per the material on record and that the investigating agency’s status report did not disclose the commission of offences under UAPA, except for bald statements of the witnesses.Bail in the matter was sought in pursuance to an FIR registered for offences punishable under Sections 147, 148, 149, 120B of the Indian Penal Code. In order to oppose the application, the State had filed a status report on 6th March, 2020.In the aforementioned status report, it was claimed that the Crime Branch had received information which stated that the communal riots of February 2020 in Delhi were”pre-planned and the same were hatched by one Umar Khalid, a student of JNU and his associates and that all linked with different-2 groups”.The status report alleged that the accused Faizan Khan and co-accused Asif Iqbal Tanha were “acting in connivance with each other” and “in furtherance of a pre-conceived criminal conspiracy hatched with the other co-accused knowingly facilitated the commissioning of unlawful and terrorist act”.It is further stated in the report that the mobile phones of the accused persons were sent to CERT-IN for analysis and it was revealed that different WhatsApp groups were formed for coordination and passing of directions regarding mobilization of people at locations of CAA protest sites which lead to riots.Justice Kait, after hearing the arguments and going through the material available on record, had observed that it was not the case of the investigating agency that the Petitioner was a part of the WhatsApp groups which were made to organize protests against CAA and that there was no allegation against the Petitioner that he had engaged in terror funding or any other ancillary activity.The Court also noted that there was no proximate nexus between the incidents alleged by the investigating agency and it had also not been alleged that the Petitioner was privy or party to organizing protests against CAA, 2019.In this context, the Delhi High Court directed for Khan to be released on bail after furnishing a personal bond in the sum of Rs. 25,000/- with one surety of the like amount to the satisfaction of the Trial Court.Khan has been directed to not directly or indirectly influence any witnesses or tamper with the evidence. The Trial Court has been directed to not get influenced by the observations made by the High Court.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

May 26, 2021 0

Beautiful Tour Star Abby Mueller on Her Sister Jessie’s Advice

first_img Jessie Mueller View Comments It’s going to be one fine day when the national tour of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical premieres in Providence on September 15 and begins to make its way across the country. Abby Mueller stars as the titular singer/songwriter, which is some kind of wonderful treat since her sister, Jessie, won the 2014 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for originating the role in the Broadway production.Abby told Broadway.com that her sister’s been “very supportive of the whole thing,” and even offered some sage advice. “She told me the great thing is that it’s not about you. It’s about Carole, which I think is key for anyone who’s playing this part. She encouraged me to bring the truth to it and that’s what’s going to make it relatable to people.”Of course, Jessie is currently starring in the Broadway-bound musical Waitress at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Abby is excited to see the new tuner. “We started rehearsals right when they started previews, so I haven’t seen it yet, but I’m trying to see if there’s a way we can finagle it next week,” she said. “We’re going to be in tech near there, so I don’t know if it’ll work out. Otherwise, I’ll have to wait another year for Broadway.”Abby performed with Carole King and Broadway’s Beautiful star Chilina Kennedy on The Today Show last week and happily freaked out. “It was an out-of-body experience. It was so cool and she’s so lovely and kind,” she said. “It was an honor. My head was exploding. I was pinching myself the whole time. She’s a legend.”center_img Star Fileslast_img read more

January 18, 2021 0

3 keys for designing member experience

first_imgWise organizations know that creating exceptional customer experiences can build loyalty, make employees happier, reduce costs and grow revenue.  So how will you create exceptional experiences for the human beings that are your members and employees? Now and in the future?Think of positive experiences where you felt valued and understood.  Painless experiences that left you feeling satisfied. Connected and loyal to the company.Take a step back and think about your employees and members.  What do they want? What are their challenges and concerns? Think about the future.  Who will you be serving? What types of experiences will they want?  What technology will they be using?In January 2019, Filene published research outlining what the credit union of the 21st century will look like.  They explored trends and factors that will be important to capture peoples’ time, attention and and money.  It’s an interesting read if you haven’t already checked it out.Here are three keys to keep in mind:1. Focus on the people, not the product.  We typically want to focus on the solution instead of the problem.  Start with understanding the person, their problems, hopes, dreams, values and barriers.  Your product offerings will evolve from there. That’s the essence of a human-centered design approach.  And incorporate behavioral science to focus on how to reduce friction. 2. Engage with the right partners. Your credit union will need partners because you simply won’t have all the necessary resources in-house.  You’ll need to leverage mission-aligned partners for their unique capabilities, expertise and perspectives.  Be selective in choosing your partners. Insist on organizations that are committed to win-win-win partnerships that lead to wins for everyone — your members, your credit union and the partner.  You can find helpful partnership insights by checking out our free whitepaper on CUES called Building Successful Nonprofit-Fintech Partnerships.3. Take time to reflect and learn. Build in small chunks and focus on learning.  Commit to a process of testing, measuring, analyzing, tweaking — and then begin the process of testing again.  Or kill the test and move on. Embrace learning from your mistakes. The future will be here before we know it.  One thing is certain — the future will be different.  What will yours look like? 14SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Rick Bialobrzeski Rick is Executive Vice President at GreenPath Financial Wellness, where he has worked since 1996. More than 500 credit unions are partners in GreenPath’s effort to “remix the American … Web: www.greenpath.org Detailslast_img read more

December 17, 2020 0

Gallery: Syracuse football holds annual spring game in Carrier Dome

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September 17, 2020 0

Lacrosse cruises to victory against Boston University

first_imgKatie Chin | Daily TrojanEyes on the prize · Senior attacker Cynthia Del Core drives on the attack. Del Core recorded her eighth hat trick game of her career.The Trojans won in dominant style at home over Boston University on Wednesday, defeating the Terriers 15-4 to defend their No. 4 ranking. Junior goalie Gussie Johns cemented the defense with eight saves, seven ground ball captures and three turnovers on her way to becoming the school’s all-time saves leader.While Johns broke records in goal, the Trojans defense also put on a smothering show to limit BU to only four goals. Junior Lydia Sutton forced three turnovers and picked up two assists while clearing the ball, and freshman midfielder Kerrigan Miller forced an additional three turnovers while serving up an assist of her own and winning three draw controls.The Trojans were the first to strike, with senior attackers Kylie Drexel and Drew Jackson netting goals off of free positions, and Miller followed to bring the score to 3-0. The Terriers responded with a goal of their own, but the Trojans built up an 8-1 lead after a 5-0 run led by two goals from senior Cynthia Del Core.Del Core lit up the offensive attack for the Trojans with a career-high 5 points, earning her eighth hat trick game of her USC career. Senior attacker Michaela Michael also notched two goals to move into the fourth place overall slot for all-time scoring in MPSF history with 167 goals.Three other Trojans picked up two goals apiece, with Jackson, senior attacker Gabby McMahon and sophomore Gabbi Klein each finding the back of the net twice for the Trojans. Jackson and McMahon paired their goals with an assist and a caused turnover each.On BU’s side of the ball, sophomore Mickenzie Larivee led the Terriers with a pair of goals. Freshman Kailey Conry and sophomore Molly Kern netted the other two goals for BU. Although the Trojans pounded BU’s defense, senior goalkeeper Caroline Meegan picked up 14 saves and grounded three balls. However, the effort wasn’t enough to slow the Trojans’ offensive rhythm.The game was the first time that the two programs had met on the lacrosse pitch. With the win, the Trojans improve to 31-5 on the season.The team also improved to 17 games in a row won at McAlister Field. The home streak was lengthened to 19 this season, and USC has only dropped eight games total in its all-time home record.The Trojans now look to their next home matchup against New Hampshire (0-5) on Monday. The team will then take to the road for a New England tour before returning home to kick off Pac-12 play and defend their spot at the top of the conference.The New England trip will provide its own challenges for the Trojans. The week will open up with Dartmouth, a team that finished in the Top 40 rankings in the NCAA despite struggling to keep a .500 record late in last year’s season.Then, the Trojans will face another Ivy League threat in a matchup against No. 11 Cornell. The top-ranked team is 3-1 so far this year after blowing out Villanova, Pennsylvania and Colgate.After five days of rest, USC will then face No. 7 Stony Brook, a team that heavily relies on the powerful sister pair of Taryn and Kylie Ohlmiller on the attack. Stony Brook will put pressure on Johns, as their attacking style is one of the fiercest that the Trojans will face this season.The East Coast tour will finish off with a matchup against Ohio State, a team similar to Dartmouth that also finished in the Top 40 at the end of last season. The two straight weeks of top-tier competition will provide a necessary challenge for the Trojans, who are currently coasting at 4-1 with a sole loss at No. 3 Florida. The next three weeks will help decide the Trojans’ record as they enter the core of the season.last_img read more

September 16, 2020 0