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Jobs boost for Limerick with new furniture store opening

first_imgLinkedin Danish furniture retailer Jysk has announced plans to open a shop in Limerick in March 2020.Jysk opened its first Irish store in Naas, Co Kildare last April followed by outlets in Drogheda, Navan, Portlaoise and Youghal.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Next Summer further stores will open in Carlow, Dublin, Sligo and Cork City.instagram.com/jysk.ie“Our goal is to establish new Jysk locations in towns and cities all over Ireland, so we can contribute to the local economy, especially in smaller communities where our job creation will be extremely valuable,” said Jysk Ireland country manager Roni Tuominen.Jysk is expected to have 10 full-time staff on average. LimerickNewsJobs boost for Limerick with new furniture store openingBy Meghann Scully – January 7, 2020 1816 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads WhatsApp Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Emailcenter_img Previous articleGo on a virtual run with Ciara to help Children’s Grief CentreNext articleThe Breakdown EP126 Munster’s Worrying Slide Runs Into Crucial European Week Meghann Scully Advertisement TAGSJyskKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Twitter Print Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League openerlast_img read more

SC Rejects Arnab Goswami’s Plea To Quash FIR By Maharashtra Police And Transfer Probe To CBI [Read Judgment]

first_imgTop StoriesSC Rejects Arnab Goswami’s Plea To Quash FIR By Maharashtra Police And Transfer Probe To CBI [Read Judgment] Sanya Talwar18 May 2020 11:25 PMShare This – xThe Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected the plea made by Arnab Goswami, Editor-in-Chief of Republic TV, for transfer of probe of the case registered by Mumbai police for alleged communal remarks to the Central Bureau of Investigation.The Court also rejected his prayer for quashing of the FIR.”There can be no quashing of FIR under Article 32. The Petitioner has the liberty to pursue remedy…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 on Tuesday rejected the plea made by Arnab Goswami, Editor-in-Chief of Republic TV, for transfer of probe of the case registered by Mumbai police for alleged communal remarks to the Central Bureau of Investigation.The Court also rejected his prayer for quashing of the FIR.”There can be no quashing of FIR under Article 32. The Petitioner has the liberty to pursue remedy before the competent court”, the Court said.A bench of  Justices Chandrachud & MR Shah had reserved orders on the aforementioned writ petition  on May 11.The Court said that it was “unable to find any reason that warrants a transfer of the investigation to the CBI”.”The displeasure of an accused person about the manner in which the investigation proceeds or an unsubstantiated allegation (as in the present case) of a conflict of interest against the police conducting the investigation must not derail the legitimate course of law and warrant the invocation of the extraordinary power of this Court to transfer an investigation to the CBI”, the bench observed.The Court said that the accused person does not have a choice in regard to the mode or manner in which the investigation should be carried out or in regard to the investigating agency.  The dictum in the 2018 Bhima Koregaon case (Romila Thapar vs Union of India) was cited in this regard.The bench extensively referred to the precedents which held that transfer to CBI must not be ordered at the mere asking of the petitioner, and that it should be done only in “extraordinary circumstances” and “sparingly”.”Having balanced and considered the material on record as well as the averments of and submissions urged by the petitioner, we find that no case of the nature which falls within the ambit of the tests enunciated in the precedents of this Court has been established for the transfer of the investigation”, the Court held.The bench has however confirmed the earlier interim order passed on April 24, allowing the consolidation of several FIRs and their transfer to Mumbai. The interim protection granted on April 24 has been extended by three more weeks to enable him to avail appropriate remedy with respect to the FIR.  There is a further direction to the Mumbai Police Commissioner to provide him protection.The Court has also clarified that there should not be any further FIRs against him on the same cause of action, and quashed the subsequent FIRs following the dictum in TT Antony’s case.BREAKING: Supreme Court extends protection of #ArnabGoswami against coercive steps by three weeks. Goswami allowed to pursue appropriate remedy. Mumbai Commissioner ordered to ensure protection of Goswami.— Live Law (@LiveLawIndia) May 19, 2020The Court also made certain notable remarks regarding press freedom in the judgment.India’s Freedom Will Rest Safe As Long As Journalists Can Speak To Power Without Being Chilled By A Threat Of Reprisal: SC [Read Judgment] “Article 32 of Constitution of India entrusts the court to protect Fundamental Rights. Journalistic freedom lies at core of Freedom of Expression. India’s freedom of press stays as long as journalists can speak truth to power”, continues J. Chandrachud. #ArnabGoswami— Live Law (@LiveLawIndia) May 19, 2020BackgroundThe FIR sought to be quashed by Goswami was lodged at the instance of Irfan Abubakar Shaikh, secretary of the Raza Educational Welfare Society alleging that his channel communalised the incident of a large gathering of migrants at Bandra.The bench had also granted interim protection from coercive action on the FIR till delivery of the judgment.During the course of hearing, the bench orally had observed that appropriate remedies were available for Goswami in the Bombay High Court, be it in the form of anticipatory bail or for quashing of FIR.In furtherance of the above, Court had orally observed that special exemption from normal processes as envisaged under the Criminal Procedure Code cannot be made.”We should not create an environment where anybody in particular is exempted from the normal course of proceedings” Court pointed out.Senior Advocate Harish Salve had appeared for Goswami and vociferously argued in favour of journalistic expression, stating that the investigations were outright harassment for his client and an attempt at curbing freedom of free speech.”There has to be a balance between Article 19(1)(a) and sanctity of the criminal investigation. Either hear our matter on merits or transfer the matter to CBI. There could be a chilling effect on the freedom of press”, Salve urged, praying that the matter be taken over by the CBI from hands of the Mumbai police.This was opposed by Kapil Sibal, Senior Advocate appearing for the State of Maharashtra, submitting that the transfer of case to CBI would mean “investigation will go into your hands”.This statement was seriously objected to by Tushar Mehta, Solicitor General of India.In this context, Salve said, “Mr. Sibal’s statement shows the need to transfer the case to CBI. This is a political problem between state and centre and I have been caught in a crossfire”.Solicitor General said that he has no sides to take in the case, and was not saying that the Court should accept or reject the prayers of the petitioner.”This a peculiar case because the case is not against a person but against the society. The case is where the accused has no faith in police and the police has also come to court to “insulate” its investigation”, SG said, alluding to the application filed by Maharashtra police in the top court alleging that Goswami was abusing the interim protection granted to him by the Court.The SG also added “12 hours questioning towards a citizen in such type of case, is really disturbing, I think”.Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal submitted that Goswami was indulging in “pure communal violence”.”Stop this communal violence and communal mongering. Decency and morality you [Arnab] need to follow. You are stigmatising people by way of sensationalising things” – Sibal had urged.In rejoinder, Salve submitted that making critical comments on the issue of Markaz meeting of Tablighi Jaamaat cannot be construed as disruption of communal harmony.”They are trying to stifle an unpleasant voice. The real purpose is to teach a journalist a lesson, by asking very silly questions during the investigation in the case”, Salve had asserted.Click here to download JudgmentSubscribe 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

Four ace golfers head for record books

first_img21 Nov 2014 Four ace golfers head for record books Four Cornwall golfers are surely heading for the record books after they each scored a hole-in-one in the same competition.The fab four – Alan Wiltshire, John Brook, Tony Saunders and Dave Evans – were all playing in a seniors’ betterball competition at St Austell Golf Club when they proceeded to make very short work of the par threes.A total of 81 players took part in the competition and Dave Webber, the seniors’ competition secretary, commented: “Four holes in one! We can’t believe it and we’d love to know if it’s a record.”First to make his mark was Alan Wiltshire, a 20-handicapper, who used a seven-iron to ace the 171-yard second hole. Alan, 74, has now had seven holes-in-one, including one in the seniors’ previous competition.He was followed by John Brook, who plays off 28 and also aced the second hole, in his case with an eight iron. It was his first hole in one. John, 72, had a kidney transplant five years ago.Third to score was Tony Saunders, a 24-handicapper, who used a pitching wedge on the 104-yard 16th. Tony, 62, and his partner John Blamey, finished second in the competition with 43 points. This was Tony’s second hole in one.Dave Evans was playing in the same fourball as Tony Saunders and followed him into the hole on the 16th,  where he used a rescue club. Dave, who plays off 28, is 89 and the oldest member of the senior section. He has had one other hole-in one, back in 1975.The feat was celebrated with free drinks for all in the clubhouse, paid for by the seniors’ hole-in-one fund. The four ace players will also each receive a trophy at the annual presentation dinner on December 5.They’ve also been invited to enter England Golf’s monthly prize draw for golfers who have a hole-in-one.Caption: from left, St Austell’s Alan Wiltshire, John Brook, Tony Saunders and Dave Evans.last_img read more

Ajinkya Rahane sleeps with a pink ball next to him: Virat Kohli and Shikhar…

first_imgAdvertisement bq8wNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs2u7w0Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ebqsl( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 3d3Would you ever consider trying this?😱4blxCan your students do this? 🌚8r1nuRoller skating! Powered by Firework The historic day-night test match between Bangladesh and India is only moments away. The tickets at Eden Gardens have reportedly been sold out, at least for the first three days. The hype and fanfare have also touched the cricketers going to play the match. Ajinkya Rahane, especially, seems a little too excited, as he recently uploaded a photo of him sleeping with a pink ball.Advertisement The Instagram post brought tons of amusing comments, notably from the Indian captain Virat Kohli. Kohli commented: “Nice pose jinksy,” alongside a couple of emojis. Compatriot Shikhar Dhawan, who is not part of the team playing the match, commented a humorous reply to Rahane’s caption: “Sapney mein pic khich gayi” (The picture got clicked in a dream!).Advertisement Rahane replied to both cricketers with some humour of his own, thanking Kohli by his nickname and giving a clever reply to Dhawan. Now, it is to see how much of his dedication towards the pink ball works in the actual match, especially during the twilight period, described by Cheteshwar Pujara and Ravichandran Ashwin to be extremely difficult as a batsman.Test debutant Shahbaz Nadeem with high praise for ‘best captain’ Virat KohliAdvertisement Advertisementlast_img read more