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Scheme Has Been Formulated For Providing Financial Assistance To Clerks Facing Difficulties Due To COVID19: DHCBA Informs Delhi HC

first_imgNews UpdatesScheme Has Been Formulated For Providing Financial Assistance To Clerks Facing Difficulties Due To COVID19: DHCBA Informs Delhi HC Karan Tripathi9 July 2020 9:29 AMShare This – xDelhi High Court Bar Association has formulated a scheme to disburse funds collected for providing financial assistance to the members of the Delhi High Court Bar Clerks Association. The Single Bench of Justice Rekha Palli was further informed that that DHCBA has finalised a scheme for creation of a fund, built on the contributions or donations received from its members. The court…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?LoginDelhi High Court Bar Association has formulated a scheme to disburse funds collected for providing financial assistance to the members of the Delhi High Court Bar Clerks Association. The Single Bench of Justice Rekha Palli was further informed that that DHCBA has finalised a scheme for creation of a fund, built on the contributions or donations received from its members. The court was further informed that for the purpose of the said fund, a separate bank account will be created and all donations shall be made in favour thereof. However, the Petitioner Association submitted, this account will be operated by their office bearers itself and shall be subject to the supervision of the DHCBA as also two of its members: Mr. Mohit Gupta, Treasurer and Mr. Nagender Banipal, Executive Member. This information was provided in a plea moved by DHCBCA seeking financial assistance for the clerks who are finding it extremely difficult to make ends meet due to loss of work caused by the lockdown. In the previous hearing, Senior Advocate Mohit Mathur, who was appearing for the DHCBA, had sought time to formulate a scheme to develop a fund for the members of the DHCBCA. Mr Mathur had proposed to monitor this fund by way of a committee comprising of some of its office bearers to ensure that the amounts released by way of aid, were effectively distributed and reached only those members of the petitioner association who were experiencing bona fide hardship and were not receiving monthly salaries from the employer. In light of the submissions made by the Bar Association, Senior Advocate Inderbir Singh Alag submitted that he’s satisfied with the action taken by the Respondents and asked the court to dispose of the petition by granting liberty to the Petitioner to again approach this Court in respect of the reliefs sought against the remaining respondents, if the need so arises. While disposing of the petition, the court noted that: ‘The petition is, accordingly, disposed of with liberty as prayed for and the hope that more members of the respondent association and civil society will empathise with the plight of the members of the petitioner association and feel compelled to contribute generously to the fund proposed to be set up.’ The Petitioner organization, DHCBCA, in this case was represented by Senior Advocate Inderbir Singh Alag along with Mr N.K. Aggarwal, Mr. Nupur Sachdeva, Ms. Sanjana Antil, Ms. Yogita Sunaria, Ms.Vismaya Bansal, Ms. Shreya Mittal, Mr. AtulTanwar and Mr. Devkinandan Mittal 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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Secaucus fifth graders get to meet authors

first_imgSECAUCUS — Students in Mrs. Kelly Ingenito and Mrs. Geri Fitzpatrick’s Language Arts classes in Huber Street Elementary School celebrated Authors’ Day recently. Mrs. Ingenito’s fifth grade classroom was transformed into a book store setting. Tablecloths adorned the desks, student-created books were displayed in front of each student, and author banners were hung around the classroom. Parents who were invited to attend the festivities entered the room to their children waiting to escort them to their table. Mrs. Ingenito spoke to the parents about the inspiration behind the books and how extremely hard the children worked utilizing all aspects of the writing process to create their narrative pieces.To quote Auggie Pullman from R.J.Palacio’s book Wonder, “Everyone in the world should get a standing ovation at least once in their life…” And that’s exactly what Mrs. Ingenito and Mrs. Fitzpatrick did for their young writers! ×last_img read more

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AUDIO: The League Is Still Open – Dogo

first_imgTechnical Adviser of Nasarawa United Kabiru Dogo is of the opinion that the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) title this season is undecided in spite of Plateau United maintaining a stronghold on the summit.With 10 Match Days left till the end of the current campaign, Kennedy Boboye’s side sit pretty at the top of the NPFL log with 51 points, 5 clear of second-placed MFM FC. The Jos-based outfit also has a healthy goal-difference of +22, prompting many to tip them as favourites to win their first league title this season.But Dogo, whose Nasarawa United side lost 2-0 to Abia Warriors in Umuahia on Sunday in a Match Day 27 encounter, believes nothing has been decided as far as the destination of the title is concerned, as well as the battle for relegation.“As far as the league is concerned, nobody has been given the trophy as a Champion and nobody has been given ticket for relegation,” Dogo stated.“So the struggle continues. The league can go any other way. Forget about the fact that Plateau (United) are leading; it’s football and anything can change. So you cannot predict anything.“All of us are fighting and at the end of the day, we’ll see where the fighting will take us to. But I believe that by God’s grace, we (Nasarawa United) are going to finish up in a responsible position,” the former coach of Abubakar Bukola Saraki FC said.The ‘Solid Miners’ as Nasarawa United are fondly called, are placed 9th on the NPFL standings with 38 points from 28 matches. Audio Playerhttps://www.busybuddiesng.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Dogo-July-11.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.RelatedAUDIO: We’re Not Yet In The Title Race – DogoJuly 18, 2017In “Nigeria”NPFL MATCH DAY 34 WRAP: Plateau United inch closer to maiden NPFL title…August 14, 2017In “Nigeria”NPFL 2018/19 Season Promises Pulsating Fixtures in Opening WeekNovember 22, 2018In “Nigeria”last_img read more

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