‘Sri Krishna Janambhumi Trust’ Lodges FIR Against ‘Shri Krishna Janambhumi Nirman Nyas Trust’ Members: Allahabad HC Grants Protection From Any Coercive Action

first_imgNews Updates’Sri Krishna Janambhumi Trust’ Lodges FIR Against ‘Shri Krishna Janambhumi Nirman Nyas Trust’ Members: Allahabad HC Grants Protection From Any Coercive Action Sparsh Upadhyay2 Nov 2020 5:33 AMShare This – xThe Allahabad High Court recently granted protection from any coercive action to 3 Applicants/Petitioners/Accused who are allegedly engaged in the work of development of Krishna Janambhumi and have in furtherance of their objective, registered a Trust namely ‘Shri Krishna Janambhumi Nirman Nyas’ before the concerned authority at Mathura (in July 2020).The Bench of Justice Pankaj Naqvi and…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 recently granted protection from any coercive action to 3 Applicants/Petitioners/Accused who are allegedly engaged in the work of development of Krishna Janambhumi and have in furtherance of their objective, registered a Trust namely ‘Shri Krishna Janambhumi Nirman Nyas’ before the concerned authority at Mathura (in July 2020).The Bench of Justice Pankaj Naqvi and Justice Vivek Agarwal was hearing the writ petitions filed by three Applicants/Petitioners/Accused persons, who are named in the FIR No. 0274 (lodged by the Respondent Trust) under the provisions of Section 406, 419, 420, 463, 465, 467, 468, 469, 471 and 153-A IPC so also under section 66-D of Information of Technology Act.Matter before the Court3 Applicants/Petitioners/Accused before the Court contended that they have registered a Trust namely ‘Shri Krishna Janambhumi Nirman Nyas’ (in July 2020).Being aggrieved of registration of such Trust by the petitioners, with the help of certain other persons, Sri Krishna Janambhumi Trust through its Secretary Sri Kapil Sharma lodged the FIR in question against 3 Applicants/Petitioners/Accused.Arguments put forthArguments of Sri Krishna Janambhumi Trust – It was alleged that Sri Krishna Janambhumi Trust is a registered body having existence over 7 decades yet, with an intention to interfere in their work and to fraudulently misrepresent to the public to collect funds in the name of reconstruction of Sri Krishna Janambhumi, the ‘Shri Krishna Janambhumi Nirman Nyas Trust’ was registered.Counsel for the Respondents/Complainants [Sri Krishna Janambhumi Trust] submitted that petitioners (who are involved with Shri Krishna Janambhumi Nirman Nyas Trust’) are having evil intention and they want to grab the property of Sri Krishna Janambhumi by establishing a parallel organisation.It was also argued that their intention is to collect money from the public by arousing their religious sentiments and cause the dent to the reputation of the complainant Trust (Sri Krishna Janambhumi Trust) which is already working for over 70 years.It was also submitted that if any indulgence is shown by the Court then that may result in promoting enmity between different groups on the grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence and language etc and may be prejudicial to maintenance of harmony.Arguments put forth by 3 Applicants/Petitioners – On the other hand, it was submitted by the 3 applicants (engaged with Shri Krishna Janambhumi Nirman Nyas Trust’) that in fact, if there is any grievance of the complainants, then there is a forum for ventilation of such a grievance under the provisions of the Trust Act so also under the Civil Law.Therefore, on such premise, it was submitted by the 3 Applicants that FIR was motivated with mala fide intention and the ingredients of the FIR does not disclose any fact giving rise to commission of any offence as has been alleged by the complainant.Court’s decisionThe Court opined,”The rival contentions and the legality of such rival contentions can be examined before the trial court after giving an opportunity of hearing to the accused persons with prosecution material after the investigation is concluded and at this stage in the writ jurisdiction rival claims of the petitioners cannot be adjudicated especially looking to the fact that religious beliefs and faith have their own vulnerability.”Prima facie, the Court was of the opinion that as far as registration of Trust by the petitioners is concerned, it is largely a civil dispute which is capable of being adjudicated before the machinery provided under the Trusts Act under which Trust has been registered.However, the Court found it appropriate to extend benefit under section 173(2) of the Cr.P.C. in favour of the petitioners directing the police authorities to not to take any coercive action against the petitioners in case they cooperate with the investigation till the filing of the charge sheet.Lastly, the Court said,”We hope and trust that this protection extended in favour of the petitioners will not be taken as a ground to prolong the investigation and the authorities of the State will be obliged to expeditiously complete the investigation and if possible and not already completed within three months from the date of receipt of computer-generated copy of the order”.In above terms, writ petitions were disposed ofClick here to download the OrderSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. 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Graduate Commons faculty directors work to make Harvard Housing feel like home

first_imgJim and Doreen Hogle, faculty deans for Dudley House, have served as faculty directors at Peabody Terrace for nearly seven years. Photo by Bob Keene/Keene Vision “Being faculty directors has given us the opportunity to meet a remarkably diverse and international group of residents. We’ve had a wonderful time getting to know residents academically, professionally, and socially, and to share ideas and customs with them. The experience has also provided us with a chance to work alongside an extremely dedicated group of staff … to create a sense of community in a building complex that could otherwise be very isolating. The experience has enriched our lives.” — Jim Hogle, Edward S. Harkness Professor at Harvard Medical School, chair of the Biophysics Program, faculty director at Dudley House, Peabody Terrace,“As faculty directors, we have really loved interacting with, mentoring, and learning from the diverse and incredibly talented community of Harvard students and scholars. As a professor at Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School, and as faculty chair for the J.D./M.B.A. program, I believe that cross fertilization among fields and interdisciplinary education will be critical to the next wave of advances in our society. As faculty directors, we get to witness that interaction every day.” — Guhan Subramanian, Joseph Flom Professor of Law and Business at HLS, Douglas Weaver, professor of business law at HBS and faculty director at Western Area,“We have the privilege of creating a truly diverse Harvard community that will be loyal and interested in Harvard for decades. The hardest part of the job is saying goodbye when the residents finish their degree and move on to the next phase of their lives.” — Nancy Winship, recently retired senior vice president for Institutional Advancement at Brandeis University and faculty director at Gardenside Area For hundreds of Harvard affiliates and their families living in Harvard University Housing, it’s the sense of belonging and community connection that makes all the difference. Eight faculty directors with Harvard Graduate Commons Program (GCP) work every day to help make that possible.These intellectual leaders, together with GCP staff and community advisors, host social and academic events to engage their neighborhoods. Whether welcoming residents and guests into their homes each month for lectures and dinner discussions, or integrating intellectual and social opportunities through events like game nights, networking happy hours, and off-campus excursions, the faculty directors bridge the divide between the learning, living, and cultural experiences at Harvard.Since its inception in 2008, GCP’s unique interdisciplinary effort to create a “home away from home” for a diverse residential population including graduate students, faculty, staff, and their families is now a thriving living-learning community for all residents.Some of the faculty directors shared why they choose to serve in this capacity. “We get to engage with residents from all over the world, learning their different cultures and passions and sharing ours … and residents are able to see us as both faculty and as family. We see this as an opportunity to bring people together, building relationships that last a lifetime.” — Nancy Hill, Charles Bigelow Professor of Education and faculty director at Gardenside Arealast_img read more

O’Brien hoping for more Guineas success

first_imgAidan O’Brien’s Newmarket 1,000 Guineas heroine Minding will be a short price to claim the top honours as she chases her own piece of history. That one goes to post at 1:55pmThe first of an eight race card is away at 1:20pm.last_img

Sand leads the way for Mack

first_imgThe McKinleyville boys basketball team hosted Hoopa Valley Wednesday night in the semifinal of the Dick Niclai Memorial Tournament, running out to a 67-51 win on the back of a monstrous 41-point performance by senior Mason Sand.McKinleyville (18-8) will now face Fortuna (15-11) for the sixth time this season and the third time in eight days in Friday’s tournament championship game,Both teams traded baskets in the first half, with neither able to open up much of a lead. McKinleyville, however, …last_img read more

The keys to high yields in 2015

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Some corn and soybean yields in Ohio did well better than others, but what was the differentiating factors? Was it planting date? Tillage? Traits? DuPont Pioneer Field Agronomist Kyle Poling goes over corn and soybean performance for 2015 in this week’s DuPont Pioneer Field Report.last_img

Home Depot’s Lead Paint Compliance Under Review

first_imgTwo federal agencies are investigating The Home Depot after receiving reports that its contractors did not comply with lead paint regulations.WSB-TV, a television station in Atlanta where Home Depot is headquartered, said that it spent months investigating claims of “questionable business practices” and uncovered a number of customer complaints about contract work involving the removal of lead paint.In one instance, Home Depot was hired to replace windows in an older home in Augusta, Maine, and charged extra for the work after tests showed the presence of lead paint. But workers allegedly took no special precautions and used no special equipment. In that case, the company settled with the homeowner, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration fined both Home Depot and the contractor who did the work, the station said.Lead paint was common until 1978, when the federal government banned its use in homes. Later, the EPA issued the Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule, which includes a number of requirements for contractors aimed at protecting people, especially children, from lead. RELATED ARTICLES Lead-Based Paint and Green RemodelingManaging Lead Paint HazardsEPA Steps Up Enforcement of Lead Paint Rulecenter_img Home Depot said in a filing in March that it was aware the EPA was looking into its compliance with lead-paint rules, MarketWatch reported. A Home Depot representative told the Atlanta TV station that lead-paint work makes up only a very small fraction of its total business and that it was cooperating with the investigation.The retailer isn’t the first home improvement business to run afoul of the federal lead-paint rule. In a similar case, Sears settled with the EPA and the Department of Justice in 2016 by agreeing to pay $400,000 for violating the rules.last_img read more

HMD Global set to launch most awaited phone on Aug 21 as Flipkart-exclusive, Nokia 6.1 Plus expected

first_imgHMD Global is all set to launch its launch its next phone in India on August 21. Although the company is yet to confirm the device, chances are Nokia 6.1 Plus is coming. Nokia has been teasing the upcoming smartphone by calling it the “most awaited phone” for a long time now. With just a day to go for the launch, HMD Global has announced that the upcoming Nokia phone — possibly the Nokia 6.1 Plus — will be Flipkart-exclusive. The landing page of the Nokia phone on Flipkart shows just the silhouette of the phone. It — too — doesn’t reveal the name of the upcoming Nokia phone.The support page of the Nokia 6.1 Plus has been live on the Nokia India website for quite sometime now. Not only that, the global variant of the Nokia 6.1 Plus was also spotted on Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certifications suggesting it’s ready for its global launch. HMD Global has been teasing the phone for sometime now. The teaser shows a silhouette of what could be the Nokia 6.1 Plus together with the hashtag #BringItOn.The iconic musicians Shankar, Ehsaan & Loy come together for a jamming session and try guessing the secret behind Flipkart’s #TwoOfAKind. Watch the video to know what happens next!Stay tuned for August 21st! Know More: https://t.co/nhqm3jsnB3 pic.twitter.com/wDLckzVYWtFlipkart (@Flipkart) August 19, 2018The Nokia 6.1 Plus — which was previously launched in Hong Kong — is the first phone from HMD Global to come with a notched display. It also boasts off an all-glass design. As far as the specs are concerned, the Nokia 6.1 Plus comes with a 5.8-inch FHD+ display with 1080x2280p resolution and aspect ratio of 19:9. The smartphone is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 636 chipset coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, which is expandable up to 256GB via a microSD card.advertisementThe Nokia 6.1 Plus is an Android One device. Meaning, the phone runs stock Android Oreo out-of-the-box with a promise for timely security updates and Android 9 Pie and Android Q in the future. The smartphone comes with dual camera setup consisting of a primary 16-megapixel sensor and a secondary sensor of 5-megapixel. On the front the Nokia 6.1 Plus sports a 16-megapixel sensor with f/2.0 aperture. The Nokia 6.1 Plus also comes with some AI support which helps improve image quality and bokeh effect. The smartphone is backed by a 3,060mAh battery with support for fast charging via USB Type-C.ALSO READ: HMD teases most awaited phone launch in India, Nokia 6.1 Plus expectedAs of now, there are no pricing details of the Nokia 6.1 Plus. But, chances are, it is going to be a mid-range phone. We can expect the Nokia 6.1 Plus to be priced around Rs 20,000 in India. With the Nokia 6.1 Plus, HMD Global is expected to take on the newly launched Xiaomi Mi A2 Android One phone.last_img read more

a month agoLiverpool aiming for Carabao Cup success insists Lijnders

first_imgAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Liverpool aiming for Carabao Cup success insists Lijndersby Freddie Taylora month agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool are hoping to win the Carabao Cup, even if they do make changes to their team for the early rounds.The Reds will take the approach of many top Premier League sides by involving young and fringe players into the starting lineups for the competition.But assistant boss Pepijn Lijnders insists they are serious about winning the games and progressing deep into the Carabao Cup.He told the club’s website about their ambitions: “We want to compete in each competition, we want to attack each competition. We worked so hard to be in this situation where we can compete in each one. “For me, cup competitions are the soul of football because it represents a chance for smaller clubs to play against Premier League clubs and can give historic games for fans. That’s what we’re up against tomorrow. “The cup competitions are something special; when two local teams play against each other, that environment you get with the cup competitions. “We want to attack this cup, we want to attack tomorrow’s game, we will put a team in place that, for me, is a Premier League team. The players feel this responsibility as well: a highly-motivated team plays against us and the players feel this responsibility, so they really look forward to it, I really look forward to it. “It’s another opportunity to put our identity in place and show our passion. “We prepare for the game in the same way we prepared for Chelsea, with the same access, probably even more detail, but with the same hunger to win it.” last_img read more

Wisconsin Forward Vitto Brown Had A Funny Interaction Today With A Flight Attendant Who’s A Kentucky Fan

first_imgWisconsin Forward Vitto Brown talks about his interaction with a flight attendant.Wisconsin Forward Vitto BrownWisconsin’s men’s basketball program and its fans likely won’t ever forget the Badgers’ victory against Kentucky in this past season’s Final Four. The same can probably be said about the Wildcats and their fan base about their devastating loss. A flight attendant/Kentucky fan hasn’t forgotten about it, anyway. Today, Wisconsin guard Vitto Brown wore a Badgers’ shirt while flying. A flight attendant on his plane couldn’t stand the sight of it. Walked on the plane with a Badgers shirt.. Flight attendant asked if I played. I said yes. She said she bleeds blue. I said keep bleeding.— Vitto Brown (@SenseiSwat33) June 28, 2015 Lol she was a Kentucky grad, I could see the salt visibly spewing from her face as I sat down with sly grin. She said she don’t like me..— Vitto Brown (@SenseiSwat33) June 28, 2015 Brown and his teammates will be able to brag about that victory for the rest of their lives.last_img read more