Top StoriesBreaking: SC Collegium Recommends Appointment Of New Chief Justices For Bombay, Meghalaya and Orissa High Courts [Read Notifications] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK19 April 2020 1:45 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court Collegium has proposed to appoint Justice Dipankar Datta, presently a judge at the Calcutta High Court, as the Chief Justice of Bombay High Court and to appoint Justice Biswanath Somadder of Calcutta High Court, presently at Allahabad High Court, as the Chief Justice of the Meghalaya High Court. The Collegium has also recommended that Chief Justice of the Meghalaya…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 Collegium has proposed to appoint Justice Dipankar Datta, presently a judge at the Calcutta High Court, as the Chief Justice of Bombay High Court and to appoint Justice Biswanath Somadder of Calcutta High Court, presently at Allahabad High Court, as the Chief Justice of the Meghalaya High Court. The Collegium has also recommended that Chief Justice of the Meghalaya High Court, Justice Mohd Rafiq, should be transferred as the Chief Justice of the Orissa High Court. Justice Datta is the second-senior most judge at the Calcutta High Court. He enrolled as an Advocate at the Bar Council of West Bengal in 1989 after obtaining his degree in law from the Calcutta University. He practiced mainly in Constitutional and Civil matters and was appointed as a counsel for the Union of India in 1998. Between the May, 2002 and January, 2004, he worked as a Junior Standing Counsel for the State of West Bengal. He also appeared for a number of educational authorities and institutions including the University of Calcutta, W.B. School Service Commission and W.B. Board of Secondary Education. He was elevated to the Bench of the High Court at Calcutta as a permanent Judge on June 22, 2006. Justice Somadder enrolled as an Advocate at the Bar Council of West Bengal in 1989 after obtaining his degree in law from the Calcutta University. He practiced mainly in Constitutional (Customs & Central Excise, FERA, Telecommunication, Education, Service & Income Tax), Arbitration, Company, Revenue, Civil and Criminal matters. Specialised in Revenue, Arbitration and Constitutional Laws. He was a Senior Counsel for the Central Government in the Calcutta High Court and was also the Hony. Joint Secretary of the Bar Library Club of Calcutta High Court. He was elevated to the Bench of the Calcutta High Court as a permanent Judge on June 22, 2006 and was appointed as the Executive Chairman of the State Legal Services Authority, West Bengal. In November 2018, he was appointed as the Judge-in-Charge, Administrative Department at the Calcutta High Court. From January 1, 2019 till April 3, 2019, he worked as an Acting Chief Justice of the Calcutta High Court and was subsequently transferred as a Judge of the Allahabad High Court on October 17, 2019. Justice Rafiq enrolled as an Advocate at the Bar Council of Rajasthan in 1984 after obtaining his degree in law from the Rajasthan University. He practiced in almost all branches of law especially, constitutional matters, service matters, land acquisition cases, land revenue cases, preventive detention cases, customs & excise matters, railway claims cases, tax matters, company matters and criminal matters. He worked as an Assistant Government Advocate for the State of Rajasthan from July 15th 1986 to December 21st 1987 and Deputy Government Advocate from December 22nd 1987 to June 29th 1990. He also represented the Union of India as Standing Counsel from 1992 to 2001 before the High Court. He was appointed as an Additional Advocate General for the State of Rajasthan on January 7th 1999 and worked as such till his elevation to the Bench of the Rajasthan High Court in May, 2006. At Rajasthan High Court, he functioned as an Acting Chief Justice twice on April 7th 2019 upto May 4th 2019 and on September 23rd 2019 to October 5th 2019. He also worked as an Executive Chairman of the Rajasthan State Legal Services Authority and Administrative Judge. On November 13, 2019, he was appointed as the Chief Justice of the Meghalaya High Court. Pertinently, the SC Collegium had first recommended former Chief Justice of the Madras HC, Justice VK Tahilramani to be appointed as the Chief Justice of the Meghalaya HC. However, consequent to her resignation in September 2019 as a sign of protest against the proposal, the recommendation to elevate Justice Rafiq at the Chief Justice of the Meghalaya High Court was made vide Resolution dated October 17.Read The Notifications here, here and here Next Story
HMS Daring Reunites with USS Enterprise Britain’s most advanced warship, HMS Daring, reunited with the world’s most famous aircraft carrier, USS Enterprise, as they spent five days on patrol east of Suez.It’s the second time the two vessels have linked up – but the first on operations.Enterprise is on her final deployment after 51 years of active service, while Daring is at the beginning of her 25 to 30-year career.Enterprise abounds with superlatives – longest warship in the world, longest serving carrier in the world, world’s first nuclear-powered carrier and, arguably, the world’s most famous active warship.Daring isn’t quite in the same league. She is Britain’s most advanced surface ship and possibly the most advanced destroyer in the world. And she can splat (technical term) a target the size of tennis ball coming towards her at three times the speed of sound.Anyway, enough of superlatives.The two ships joined forces for a passex – ‘passing exercise’ – a test of friendly navies to work together from the basics of manoeuvres and simple communications to more demanding integration such as air defence.As well as the Big E and the Big D, there was the Smaller C (French destroyer FS Cassard, similar to the Royal Navy’s Type 42s) and the Big V (cruiser USS Vicksburg, part of the Enterprise Carrier Strike Group) for the five-day exercise.For two of those days Daring was directly under the control of Enterprise, taking part in her forte of air defence, plus a spot of gunnery as well as anti-submarine warfare (which is a bit of a novelty for the Type 45).Back in the autumn of 2010, Daring helped the Big E complete her pre-deployment training during what the Americans call a COMPTUEX (Composite Training Unit Exercise) – a sort of US Navy combination of Operational Sea Training and Joint Warrior.That exercise – Daring’s first trip across the Pond – proved eye-opening on both sides.It gave Daring the first real chance to test her ability to defend a carrier strike group from incoming air attack as well as co-ordinate Allied air power – something she and her sisters will be doing at the end of this decade with our own HMS Queen Elizabeth and Prince of Wales.And it gave the Americans a glimpse into the future – they’re building their own futuristic-looking destroyers, the Zumwalts, which take the Type 45’s sharp angles and lines to extremes.Eighteen months down the line and two more US flat-tops have worked with Daring – the Abraham Lincoln and Carl Vinson – so knowledge of what the 45s can do is spreading through the US Navy while, in turn, D32 is gaining a wealth of experience working with the world’s most powerful naval force: an American carrier strike group.“Carrier Strike Group 12, centred on Enterprise, is the third Strike Group Daring has worked with on this deployment,” said Daring’s Commanding Officer Capt Guy Robinson.“This now seems like routine business for me but, nonetheless, a chance to work with this iconic ship has been a real pleasure. I jumped at the chance to get onboard in the knowledge that this would be my last opportunity.“With Daring on her first deployment and Enterprise on her last, it was great chance to get these two well-known ships working together.”Daring’ anti air warfare officer, Lt Cdr Luke Hayashi, added:“We worked with Enterprise in October 2010 when Daring did her short deployment to the States.“It was great to see some familiar faces and to re-kindle the good relationships we established back then.“This is Enterprise’s last ever deployment before she is deactivated, and to be able to work with her on operations in the Gulf was a real privilege.”Daring is half-way through her maiden deployment, attached to the Combined Maritime Forces on a wide-ranging security mission – tackling piracy, smuggling, people-trafficking, terrorism and other criminal activities – as well as working with Coalition and regional allies.[mappress]Naval Today Staff , May 29, 2012; Image: Royal Navy View post tag: Reunites View post tag: Naval Back to overview,Home naval-today HMS Daring Reunites with USS Enterprise Industry news View post tag: USS Enterprise View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topic View post tag: HMS Daring May 29, 2012 Share this article
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Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 5 May 2020 11:46 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link871Shares Mikel Arteta tips Kieran Tierney to become ‘special’ at Arsenal Arteta is excited by Tierney’s return (Picture: Getty)Speaking to Ian Wright, Arteta said: ‘I am really looking forward to working with him and giving him the opportunity to play. ‘His attitude, his commitment, his willingness it’s incredible. I think he’s going to bring something special to us. ‘It’s a shame [about his injury] but always it’s part of his development. In your career you go through these moments. I challenge him to say ‘Kieran how are you going to react to that? you cannot feel sorry for yourself, the level of pressure now is a bit higher but you have to deal with it. ‘You are playing with a top club, with expectations, deal with it! ‘You have everything to be successful here, you have the best possible attitude that I know from a player go and enjoy it.’AdvertisementAdvertisementMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityArteta has impressed the Arsenal squad since replacing Unai Emery and has struck up a close relationship with the first team.The Spaniard admitted it wasn’t ‘easy’ replacing Emery and says he inherited a club that was ‘disconnected’.’It is happening [the transformation],’ said Emery.‘Coming into the club in that moment wasn’t easy but you mention a key word which is ‘energy’ and I felt that the energy around the training ground and the stadium wasn’t right for this magnificent club. ‘‘I was here and was lucky to play here so everyone first of all has to feel in that way. ‘There was a lot of disconnection in many areas and I wanted to bring everyone together. ‘First of all to make everyone understand how lucky we are to be here and then a very clear direction of where we have to beMORE: Atletico Madrid star Thomas Partey warned Arsenal transfer could ‘destroy’ his career Comment Advertisement Mikel Arteta has high hopes for Kieran Tierney (Picture: Getty)Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta says he can’t wait to have a fully-fit Kieran Tierney at his disposal as he believes the Scot could become a ‘special’ player for the Gunners.The former Celtic captain made a move south of the border last summer after the Gunners agreed a £25million fee with the Bhoys.Tierney was injured when he arrived for the club and made just five league appearances before suffering a dislocated shoulder.That injury means Tierney is yet to feature under Arteta but the Spaniard has been impressed by the 22-year-old’s professionalism during his absence and believes the defender can become ‘special’ at the Emirates.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho may have strike options for Sunday’s trip to Manchester United after all following Loic Remy’s declaration that he hopes to be fit for the Barclays Premier League leaders’ clash at Old Trafford. Remy is hopeful of playing in what would be a boost for the Portuguese. The France striker said: “I will see what happens in the next few days. But I am ready for Manchester United, of course. “I got the injury before I scored. I felt a little bit sore. I preferred to keep going and stay on the pitch. I really hope that it is not too bad. “These things happen but the most important thing is we won. I was disappointed when I came off but there is no reason to be afraid. “We must now look forward to the game against Manchester United.” Remy was deputising for Diego Costa, the scorer of nine goals in seven Premier League games who is yet to feature since the international break when, Mourinho says, a hamstring problem was exacerbated on Spain duty. Mourinho has put no timescale on Costa’s return, only saying the £32million signing from Atletico Madrid had “very little” chance of playing at United, but it would not be a surprise were the Blues to be headed by the formidable frontman at Old Trafford. Costa’s hamstrings have been a regular discussion point this season but, following the defeat of Arsenal – admittedly prior to Spain’s matches with Slovakia and Luxembourg – captain John Terry questioned where the reports of an injury had come from and described his team-mate as a handful in training. Press Association Mourinho deployed, out of choice rather than necessity, Andre Schurrle as a ‘false nine’ at United last season and, if Costa and Remy are out, will have only one recognised striker to call on in Didier Drogba. The 36-year-old has only just returned from an ankle problem and scored the first goal of his second Blues spell from the penalty spot against Maribor. Mourinho had declared on Monday that Drogba was not fit to play for 90 minutes, but after featuring for 75 the Ivory Coast striker was content. “I’m happy with the minutes I played against Maribor,” Drogba said. “There was no reaction (for his ankle) so I’m happy. “It was special to score for Chelsea again in my stadium. I always felt lucky when I had the chance to score here, to have that feeling again is great. “It’s a big coincidence scoring my first goal with a penalty after my last for the club was also a penalty in the (2012) Champions League final.” On Sunday’s match, Drogba added: “It is up to the manager to decide.” Remy wanted to take his chance in Costa’s absence. “It’s frustrating, of course, because I had a chance to play because Costa is injured but I am not afraid,” Remy added. “I don’t think it is really bad. We will check and I really hope to play again this weekend. “It is a huge game but every game is tough. Especially this one because it is a big game against a good opponent but I will try to recover as quickly as possible.” Mourinho gave Dominic Solanke his Chelsea debut, aged 17 years and 37 days. The teenager had been poised to come on at Crystal Palace but a late goal meant Drogba was sent on for stoppage time to become Chelsea’s youngest Champions League player. Solanke told Chelsea TV: “I nearly made it the other day (at Selhurst Park). This was a lot more special at Stamford Bridge in the Champions League. “It’s a great bit of history. It’s amazing, really. I’m just speechless.” As for the possibility of playing at United on Sunday, Solanke added: “You have to be ready. You’ve got to take your opportunity when you get it.” Remy scored the opening goal in Tuesday night’s 6-0 Champions League Group G win over Maribor before departing with a groin injury which saw Mourinho rule him out of the United duel. Chelsea’s first team had a day off on Wednesday, with Mourinho insisting he did not wish to know any injury news until preparations for Old Trafford began in earnest on Thursday.
Police are investigating how the fall occurred. An 18-month-old girl who fell from a third floor window is recovering in the hospital, and is expected to survive, police say.Officials say the toddler fell down at The Cove at Boynton Beach apartments Wednesday evening. The toddler was taken to Delray Medical Center. She did not suffer any life-threatening injuries.