Karnataka HC Extends Interim Relief To PG Doctors Till Nov 23

first_imgNews UpdatesKarnataka HC Extends Interim Relief To PG Doctors Till Nov 23 Mustafa Plumber11 Nov 2020 8:53 AMShare This – xThe Karnataka High Court on Wednesday extended till November 23, the interim relief granted earlier directing state government not to insist the appellants before the court (281 PG Doctors) should join their respective places for purpose of carrying out compulsory Urban service in terms of section 4 of the Karnataka Compulsory Training Service By Candidates Completed Medical Courses…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 Karnataka High Court on Wednesday extended till November 23, the interim relief granted earlier directing state government not to insist the appellants before the court (281 PG Doctors) should join their respective places for purpose of carrying out compulsory Urban service in terms of section 4 of the Karnataka Compulsory Training Service By Candidates Completed Medical Courses Act 2012(KCS Act). A division bench of Justice B V Nagarathna and Justice N S Sanjay Gowda extended the relief after a request was made by the government counsel to take up the matter for hearing on November 18, as the Advocate General is to appear in the matter and address the court. The bench allowed the request and posted the matter for hearing on November 23, till then the interim relief is to continue. The doctors have challenged the compulsory One year Urban service rule for Postgraduate Doctors who had taken admission through Management and NRI quota. The doctors are also challenging an order dated August 30, 2019, by which the court had upheld the constitutional validity of section 4 of the KCS Act. The appellants have claimed that they have no issue serving under the Disaster Management Act, dehors the KCS act. The bench had earlier raised a preliminary objection to the maintainability of the appeal holding that as per the Karnataka Compulsory Training Service By Candidates Completed Medical Courses Act 2012, a candidate includes all students belonging to all quota. It had said “What is so superior to the management quota that you cannot do service for one year in the state. The service you will do is not for gratis, they will pay you.” Advocate Akkamahadevi Hiremath, appearing for the appellants had argued that when they had taken admission in the private colleges, the Act was stayed by an order passed by the court. Moreover, the brochures issued by the private colleges also did not mention this rule of doing the compulsory service for students admitted under the management quota or NRI student’s. She even mentioned that the students have paid lakhs and crores of rupees for their education and since they have not received any benefit from the state government the dictum of ‘quid pro quo’ would not be applicable in their case.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

Syracuse rowing finishes second in Cayuga Cup behind top-ranked Yale

first_img Published on April 5, 2009 at 12:00 pm Comments Rowing through heavy fog and a steady rain, the Syracuse women’s rowing team placed second in three races en route to finishing second overall Friday at the Cayuga Cup, held on local Onondaga Lake. The Orange finished second behind No. 1 Yale and ahead of Cornell. SU bettered its times in all six events from the Kittell Cup a week ago. SU finished second in the Varsity Eight with a time of 6:44.8, improving by 12 seconds. ‘I was very happy with how we started against Yale,’ Varsity Eight coxswain Kate Todd said. ‘All week we worked on taking the boat up to a higher stroke rate, and we did that. We were at 34 to 35 per minute. We were really on our mark. It gives us great morale going into Penn and Northeastern next week.’Prior to Friday’s race, the Orange focused on improving its transition from the early, slower pace to the final, faster push in the last third of the race. At the Kittell Cup last week, Syracuse struggled with the pace switch, and against the top-ranked team in the nation, the Orange needed to withstand the Bulldogs’ strong final third. Along with the Varsity Eight, Syracuse took second place in the Novice Four and Varsity Four. The Varsity Four improved its time by 24 seconds. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAfter dominating No. 20 Boston, winning four of the six races, the Orange faced much stiffer competition Friday. Yale won each of the five races it entered and never was truly challenged. The Bulldogs won the Cayuga Cup for the sixth-straight time.‘There were six boats out there for us today, and I am very happy with their performances,’ SU head coach Kris Sanford said. ‘The Varsity Eight were really gutsy today. They rowed hard and they rowed high. At the beginning, they were up on Yale for about 20 strokes. That was good, I will take it for now.’Preseason prognostications suggested this would be a rebuilding year for the Orange, which replaced four members of the Varsity Eight lineup that helped win third place at the Big East Championship last season. The current Varsity Eight boat features three sophomores and three seniors.The inexperience can be seen in other boats as well. The Varsity Four displayed at the Cayuga Cup contained one junior, two sophomores and two freshmen, none of whom rowed for the Varsity Four last season.As a whole, the Orange’s roster contains six seniors and 20 freshmen. Rowing freshmen usually come into a collegiate program without ever training for rowing year-round. This makes their first year at the college level integral to their physical preparation and technical skill development – areas, according to Sanford, that still need work.‘I would say that the freshmen eight rowed a strong first 1,000 meters,’ Sanford said. ‘It was relaxed, yet gutsy. But when it came time to shift, well, they shifted, but they did not do it very well. That is what we need to work on.’Even though the Varsity Eight’s performance was not technically sound, the group slashed 10 seconds off its best time. Since the freshmen typically compete solely in the novice class, better times in the Novice Four and Eight bode well for the Orange’s future.The Orange’s second-tier Varsity Eight finished third, but it cut 10 seconds off its best time. Like the lead Varsity Eight, the second-tier boat lacks experience, containing only two seniors. Halfway through the spring cup season, Syracuse has notched two victories over traditional rowing powers and will look to continue their promising spring season with two more home meets on Onondaga Lake. Syracuse hosts Pennsylvania and Northeastern April 11 for the Orange Cup and then finishes the cup campaign with the O’Leary Cup against No. 10 Harvard and Dartmouth.‘We definitely accomplished our goals today,’ Todd said. ‘We just took off on Cornell right from the beginning of the race. We were powerful and strong. We walked right through.’[email protected]center_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

New Giant! Sky Bet business report outlines Stars Group’s enlarged vision

first_img StumbleUpon Share As anticipated the governance of Toronto TSX-listed The Stars Group Inc, has today published its ‘business acquisition report’, disclosing the audited financial statement of its acquired Sky Betting & Gaming (Sky Bet) asset.Updating the market, the Stars Group governance highlights the enterprise changing capacity of Sky Bet, a market leading UK online betting operator which has recorded revenues of £670 million.With all Sky Bet divisions contributing to growth, the Stars Group’s new online betting asset declares operating profits of £87 million.  “The 2018 fiscal year was another strong year for SBG, with continued product leadership and innovation,” said Richard Flint, Chief Executive Officer of SBG.Richard Flint – Sky Bet“We enjoyed another year of growth, extending our leadership as the UK’s most popular online betting and gaming brand. We also continued our investment in brand, technology and people, and continued delivering innovative products that meet the needs of our customers, all of which we believe combined to drive strong operating results,” Flint added.“The transaction with The Stars Group will allow us to offer our best-in-class products to a truly global audience. We enter the rest of 2018 and head into 2019 as part of one of the world’s largest publicly listed online gaming companies, and I am excited about the opportunities that this combination presents,” concluded Mr. Flint.Moving to formally complete its acquisition of Sky Bet, the Stars Group governance has revised its full-year 2018 corporate expectations.Absorbing Sky Bet and the development of its new Australian betting division (CrownBet and William Hill Australia), Stars Group targets an adjusted FY2018 EBITDA of $755-810 million (previous forecast: $625-650 million).Adjusting 2018 targets, the enlarged TSX enterprise targets further adjusted earnings of $485-545 million (previous forecast: $487-512 million).In its update, the Stars Group has pre-booked capital expenditures of between $110-150 million for its full-year 2018 trading.In previous updates, the Stars Group governance disclosed that the TSX operator had restructured its corporate accounting framework to reflect the group’s future enlarged capacity preparing to incorporate the assets of Sky Betting and Gaming.“2018 is a transformative year for the business, with three acquisitions and related financings and other significant changes to our corporate and capital structure,” said Rafi Ashkenazi, The Stars Group’s Chief Executive Officer.“We’ve executed on these transactions and looking forward into 2019, are now focused on integration and we are confident that we will deliver on our plans to grow market share both globally and in key markets. SBG is a key component of this plan and we are excited about its potential as the fastest growing and one of the largest online and mobile sports betting and gaming businesses in the UK, the world’s largest regulated online gaming market,” concluded Mr. Ashkenazi. Submit Sharelast_img read more