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Her house was fired upon, said that it is up to him and the other senior players in the squad to take as much pressure off Williamson as possible so that he can play his natural game. Amrutha mentioned that she was adopted by Shylaja and that she learnt the “truth” about her birth only after Jayalalithaa’s death on 5 December, Utmost care would be taken to ensure that any of our decisions do not lower the reputation of UoP, he said The UoP had first went international in 2009under the leadership of Narendra Jadhavthe then vice-chancellor of the University Jadhav is presently serving as memberPlanning Commission Within couple of years of its establishmentUAE campus ran into trouble Among other reasonsthe 2011 economic recession had resulted in no admissions at UAE campus and it was shut down Gade said UAE campus was set up without approvals from MHRD and UGCand it proved one of the obstacles in its survival and growth For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: August 21 2016 12:59 pm The cricket body chose former apex court judge Markandey Katju to take head-on the top court Top News A month after the historic apex court verdict favouring a clean-up operation in the BCCI debate over it seems to be unending with some experts terming it as “glaring unconstitutionality” while others think the judgement has basis as the question of public interest and public money is involved in the matter The cricket body chose former apex court judge Markandey Katju to take head-on the top court and speak on its behalf to reportedly describe the verdict as “unconstitutional” which amounts to “throwing the law to the winds” However former CJI Justice R M Lodha who headed the panel of judges to make recommendations reacted saying the apex court’s verdict was the “final word” in the dispute He got the support from noted constitutional expert Govind Goel who said the Supreme Court is fully entitled to look into the affairs of the Board as public interest and public money are involved in it However Goel who recently came out with a two-volume book — a compilation of constitutional bench judgements of the Supreme Court which was released in presence of President Pranab Mukherjee said he has only reservation to the extent that the matter should not be left to the Lodha panel after the verdict and the court should have asked the government to involve its agencies by roping in experts from the sports to carry forward with the recommendations He also expressed his reservation on Justice Katju accepting the offer of the BCCI to head the four-member panel to “advise and guide” on the apex court’s verdict saying that Article 124 (7) puts a bar on the former judges of Supreme Court to plead or act in any court or before any authority in India However BCCI which has sought review of the judgement got a support from senior advocate Anoop George Chaudhari who termed it as “glaring unconstitutionality” Commenting on the judgement Chaudhari said the verdict is per-in-curium (a judgment which was decided without a reference to an earlier relevant judgments) the earlier constitution bench judgments which were binding on the two judge bench The debate over the apex court verdict is significant as BCCI has filed review petition while Cricket Association of Bihar through its secretary Aditya Verma has filed a contempt petition against the BCCI office bearers for allegedly making ‘libelous’ statements Chaudhari further pointed out that a body or authority must have all the “trappings” of a state within the meaning of Article 12 of the Constitution in order to be amenable to the writ jurisdiction The senior advocate added that constitution bench has earlier held that merely because a non-governmental body exercises some public duty that by itself would not suffice to make such body a state for the purpose of Article 12 Chaudhari said “The Supreme Court cannot rewrite the constitution of BCCI Only the General Body of the BCCI is legally and statutorily competent to amend its constitution and that too in the manner and in accordance with the procedure laid down in the constitution of the BCCI Goel however said that there is no necessity of any judicial body for reforming BCCI In fact such reform can be better undertaken under the leadership of experts (sports people) having equal or more credibility “Court is entitled to look into it as it involves public interest and public money is also involved If court finds that some steps are required to be taken either government/sports ministry can be asked to formulate such steps through whatever agency whether a judicial committee” he said Goel further said that it is not for the BCCI to directly appoint but for the government to bring forth the committee He said that Katju appointed by the BCCI to head a four-member panel to “advise and guide” it on the July 18 apex court verdict should not have accepted to act on behalf of cricket body and not entitled under Article 124 (7) of the Constitution On August 16 BCCI had filed a petition in Supreme Court seeking review of its July 18 verdict saying the bench headed by Chief Justice T S Thakur had “a prejudiced approach” against it and he should recuse from hearing the matter The BCCI has also contended that the judgement was “unreasoned” and “seeks to frame legislative measures for a private autonomous society in a field already occupied by legislations both parliamentary and state” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Parthasarathi Biswas | Pune | Published: December 29 2015 1:17 am Officers from the department have the right to conduct searches and impound suspected matter Related News EIGHT months since the beef ban was promulgated in Maharashtra 155 cases have been registered against people violating the ban Districts in Vidarbha and Marathwada region seem to have reported more number of cases than other parts Soon after it came to power the Devendra Fadnavis-led BJP government had announced amendment to the Maharashtra Animal Preservation (Amended) Act 1995 and banned the culling of animals belonging to the cow family As per the amendment offences registered under this Act are non-bailable and the maximum sentence for conviction is 10 years with or without fine While the onus of implementation of the Act is with the police the Animal Husbandry Commissionerate has a supporting role in it too Officers from the department have the right to conduct searches and impound suspected matter Also DNA testing of the meat impounded is conducted by the department However the police department registers the cases and follows up on them Also animal rights organisations a majority of whom have strong right-wing inclinations have formed vigilante groups across the state Between March and October 155 cases have been registered under the Act in the state Akola tops the list with 27 cases followed by Nanded (26) Ahmednagar (17) and Nashik (14) Regions like Mumbai (2) Pune (6) Satara (5) and Aurangabad (1) have reported lesser number of cases Majority of the other districts have reported cases in single digits only While the office of the Animal Husbandry Commissionerate collects the number of cases registered the number of accused in the cases are not maintained by the department “The number of accused could be anything between 1 or 10 people” said an officer of the department Meanwhile since the passing of the law social tensions in various parts of the state has mounted In many cases vigilante groups have taken the onus on arranging for confiscation of meat-carrying vans which many fear might lead to communal tension A month ago a van suspected to be carrying beef was torched by a vigilante mob in Aurangabad Aurangabad MLA Imitaz Jaleel said since the ban was implemented there have been complaints of harassment of butchers Milind Ekbote president of All India Krishi GoSeva Sangh said volunteers of the organisation have informed police time and again about possible slaughter of cows and transport of beef “Both police and the Animal Husbandry Department have not taken the initiative to implement the ban in the real sense It is only when our volunteers inform them they take action” he said Ekbote accused the police of being hand in glove with butchers “When a van is impounded police only take action against the van driver But action should be taken against the farmer selling the animal as well as those who have purchased the same” he said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News Murali Vijay is an assured presence at the top of the order and a fit Shikhar Dhawan means the reserve opener’s slot is for Rahul.” it added in a statement released Thursday. “Very naughty.” Vicky said in one of his earlier interviews while speaking about working on Sanjay Dutt’s biopic. 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