Ex-Minister asked to surrender before Ranchi court by Apr. 15

first_imgThe Supreme Court on Friday directed former Jharkhand Minister Yogendra Sao to surrender before a court in Ranchi by April 15 in cases related to rioting and inciting of violence. A Bench of Justices S.A. Bobde and S. Abdul Nazeer said: “The petitioner (Sao) is directed to surrender before the Additional Judicial Commissioner – 7, Ranchi, by April 15, 2019. The instant applications for modification and the miscellaneous applications stand disposed of accordingly.” Senior advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for Mr. Sao, said that there was no clarification in the SC’s order of April 4 as to where he should surrender. He said if the top court directs, Mr. Sao can surrender in Ranchi. Advocate Tapesh Kumar Singh, appearing for the Jharkhand government, said that Mr. Sao can surrender before the court of Additional Judicial Commissioner in Ranchi. He said all the case records have been transferred to Ranchi in compliance with the apex court’s order. The apex court order came on a plea of Mr. Sao seeking clarification and modification of the order on the place of his surrender. The apex court had on April 4 trashed Mr. Sao’s plea seeking to campaign for the Congress for the Lok Sabha poll and cancelled his bail, saying he had violated the bail conditions.last_img read more

Hand splint- series

first_imgIndicationsTo begin making a hand dressing, place the injured hand around a cloth ball or other malleable (cushioned or padded) object, such as a tennis ball, balled-up sock, or rolled-up elastic bandage.Indications, part 1Use a cloth or rolled bandage to apply a circumferential wrap. Do not forget to place padding between the fingers.Indications, part 2Use adhesive tape or a cloth strip to anchor the bandage and separate the fingers, as shown above.AftercareThe complete wrap leaves the fingertips exposed, so that they can be checked for adequate circulation.Review Date:4/16/2013Reviewed By:C. Benjamin Ma, MD, Assistant Professor, Chief, Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service, UCSF Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Also reviewed by A.D.A.M. Health Solutions, Ebix, Inc., Editorial Team: David Zieve, MD, MHA, Bethanne Black, Stephanie Slon, and Nissi Wang.last_img read more

Jamaica to increase renewables target to 50% – PM Holness

first_imgStory Highlights The previous target of 30% renewables was set as policy by Cabinet. Prime Minister Andrew has announced that Jamaica will officially increase its target for use of renewable energy to 50 percent. Prime Minister Andrew has announced that Jamaica will officially increase its target for use of renewable energy to 50 percent.The previous target of 30% renewables was set as policy by Cabinet.However, speaking at the handing over ceremony to install solar panels at the Office of Prime Minister yesterday (October 16), Prime Minister Holness said the previous target of 30% renewables to Jamaica’s energy mix was not ambitious enough.“We are working even harder to a more ambitious target to reach 50% of our electricity generation being from renewables by 2030. Pushing our energy generation to be 50-50 by 2030; fossil fuels and renewables is in our national security interest, in our survival interest,” declared Prime Minister Holness.He said at present pace the previous target of 30% could be achieved by 2020, if the country remains on track in diversifying its energy use.He called on all Jamaicans including Government agencies to remain committed to using renewables.In the meantime, the Prime Minister is calling on Small Island Developing States to embrace renewables in a larger way.According to Prime Minister Holness those countries more susceptible to the effects of climate change are SIDS like Jamaica.“People who will be on the front line of climate change catastrophes will be SIDS like Jamaica. The ignorance of the threat is not just on those who for political or academic reasons decide to be blind it; it is also those who will be directly impacted by it but are too poor to have the information, to process the information, to understand the information and so they exist in ignorant oblivion to what could potentially unfold to their disaster”, explained Prime Minister Holness.Mr Holness said SIDS must therefore encourage inclusiveness in matters pertaining to climate change.“It behoves members of Small Island Developing States to bring their population along to the conversation about climate change to explain to them what is happening but to also take the proactive steps in ensuring that we can recover from climate change disasters. In other words, we have to take steps not just so that we can adopt, not just so that we can adapt new technology but so that we are resilient, that we can recover and survive,” explained Mr Holness.The installation of solar panels at the OPM was done through a partnership with the National Energy Solutions Limited (NESOL), the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ), the international non-profit group Solar Head of State and the Clinton Foundation.The installation of the panels at the OPM will result in a diversified energy mix and a reduction in electricity costs. However, speaking at the handing over ceremony to install solar panels at the Office of Prime Minister yesterday (October 16), Prime Minister Holness said the previous target of 30% renewables to Jamaica’s energy mix was not ambitious enough.last_img read more