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RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Sinn Fein accused of using the A5 upgrade as a political football WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Facebook 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North By News Highland – August 27, 2015 Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th WhatsApp Google+ 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Pinterest Pinterest Twitter Previous article1.35 million euro allocated for two Donegal road projectsNext articleDerry great Eddie Davis passes away News Highland Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Homepage BannerNews Google+ Sinn Fein has been accused of now using the A5 upgrade as a political football while it did little to progress the project it while the party held the roads portfolio in Northern Ireland.A Sinn Fein delegation led by West Tyrone MP Pat Doherty met with Roads Minister, Danny Kennedy in this week to discuss the lack of progress on the new A5 dual carriageway.The party claims it’s stalled and that is politically motivated.SDLP West Tyrone representative Daniel McCrossan has accused Sinn Fein of playing political football with the issue: Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire
Breaking- Rules Abolishing One Year LLM Course Will Not Be Implemented This Year: Bar Council Of India Assures In Supreme CourtBy admin on May 26, 2021
Top StoriesBreaking- Rules Abolishing One Year LLM Course Will Not Be Implemented This Year: Bar Council Of India Assures In Supreme Court LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK10 Feb 2021 11:46 PMShare This – xThe Bar Council of India on Thursday submitted before the Supreme Court the BCI Rules abolishing One Year LLM Programme will not be implemented this year .”The BCI rules to abolish One Year LLM are proposed to be brought into force from the academic year 2022-2023″, BCI Chairman Manan Kumar Mishra submitted before the Court.Senior Advocate Dr Abhishek Manu Singhvi, appearing for…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 Bar Council of India on Thursday submitted before the Supreme Court the BCI Rules abolishing One Year LLM Programme will not be implemented this year .”The BCI rules to abolish One Year LLM are proposed to be brought into force from the academic year 2022-2023″, BCI Chairman Manan Kumar Mishra submitted before the Court.Senior Advocate Dr Abhishek Manu Singhvi, appearing for the Consortium of National Law Universities, told that this assurance of the BCI Chairman will remove the apprehensions of the Universities regarding this year.The Supreme Court recorded the submission of the BCI Chairman in the order. The bench had posted the petitions today to consider the prayer of the Consortium of National Law Universities to order status quo.The bench, also comprising Justices AS Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian, was hearing the petitions filed by Consortium of National Law Universities, Tamanna Chandan Chanchlani and Rishab Soni challenging the new rules of the Bar Council of India which seek to abolish One Year LLM Courses in India. The bench has issued notice in these petitions and adjourned the hearing for four weeks.Dr AM Singhvi, appearing for the Consortium, had submitted yesterday that since the Universities have received nearly 5000 applications for the one-year LLM courses advertised in January, a status quo order was necessary as the sudden notification of the new Rules of the BCI will cause immense hardship to students.The main arguments of Singhvi were :The Advocates Act, 1961, gives power to the Bar Council of India only to regulate legal education in so far as it relates to qualifications for enrollment for practice of law. LLM is not a qualification for enrollment.Only UGC has power to regulate LLM courses.One year LLM is the standard across the globe in all reputed international universities.One year LLM was started in India on the basis of recommendations of the National Knowledge Commission in 2012.The BCI did not consult a single Law University before issuing the new Rules.The bench was considering the challenge against the BCI Legal Education (Post Graduate, Doctoral, Executive, Vocational, Clinical and other Continuing Education) Rules, 2020 (Rules) to the extent they seek to abolish the one year LLM program.It was on January 4 that the BCI published these Rules, which will come into force when they are notified.The new rules provides that the post-graduate course in law leading to Master degree, in short, LL.M. has to be of two years’ duration spreading over four semesters. Further, LL.M. course is restricted to only graduates in law. The current one year LLM course will remain in operative and valid until the Academic Session in which these Regulations are notified Next Story
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Terrestrial systems in Antarctica are characterized by substantial spatial and temporal variation. However, few studies have addressed the paucity of data on metabolic responses to the unpredictable Antarctic environment, particularly with regard to terrestrial biota. This study measured metabolic rate variation for individual springtails at a continental Antarctic site using a fiber-optic closed respirometry system incorporating a custom-made respiration chamber. Concurrent measures of (behavioural) activity were made via daily pitfall counts. Metabolic rate of Gomphiocephalus hodgsoni measured at constant temperature varied systematically with progression through the austral summer, and was greatest mid-season. This finding of clear intraseasonal and temperature-independent variation in mass-specific metabolic rate in G. hodgsoni is one of very few such reports for a terrestrial invertebrate (and the only such study for Antarctica), and parallels physiological studies in the Antarctic marine environment linking metabolic rate elevation with biological function rather than temperature adaptation per se. However, response to temperature at relatively short time-scales is also likely to be an important part of the life history strategy of Antarctic terrestrial invertebrates such as G. hodgsoni, which appears capable of both physiologically and behaviourally ‘tuning’ in to short-term thermal variability to respond appropriately to the local unpredictable Antarctic habitat. (c) 2008 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Position Information Licensing Requirements Position Title:Campus Police Officer You must attach a completed copy of the Certification &Application Addendum in order to receive any consideration. (seespecial instructions) Work Hours Metropolitan Community College is the oldest and largest publicinstitution of higher learning in Kansas City, Mo. MCC currentlyoffers over 120 associate degree and certificate programs; oncampus, online or a combination of both. MCC employees arecommitted to providing equal opportunity for all persons regardlessof age, creed, race or gender.Metropolitan Community College is an Equal Employment Opportunityemployer that prohibits discrimination or harassment of any personon the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation,gender identity, age, birth, ancestry, national origin, ordisability. • Patrols the campus by foot or vehicle and conducts securitychecks; monitors security cameras; locks and unlocks facilities;and provides security services during events, to identifysuspicious activity and ensure student, staff, faculty, and visitorsafety.• Responds to emergency and non-emergency calls for assistance;work may involve transmitting and receiving information, performingfirst aid, contacting medical personnel, providing advisement,resolving conflicts, arresting individuals, and enforcingapplicable laws.• Identifies safety and student conduct violations; conductsinvestigations; and enforces City, State, and Federal laws, andcampus policies and procedures.• Enforces traffic and parking ordinances, to include identifyingsafety/traffic hazards, directing traffic, issuing trafficcitations, assisting motorists, escorting vehicles, and identifyingunattended vehicles.• Coordinates with staff, faculty, and community groups, and otherinternal/external personnel, departments, and/or agencies tomaintain effective working relations and facilitate College and thePolice Department’s operations.• May conduct training sessions for probationary campus policeofficers and public safety officers.• Performs administrative duties to include maintaining records,logs, and documentation of activities and incidents; assigningparking passes; providing general and specific information; andinspecting equipment for proper functioning.• Participates in campus training for students, faculty and staff.Conduct investigations in traffic accidents, criminal violations oflaw, and local ordinances, by gathering evidence, interviewingvictims and witnesses, interrogating suspects, and prepareappropriate reports for submission to local prosecutor forprosecution of cases.• Conducts investigations into violations of MCC policies andprocedures. Incumbent responsible for evidence collection to ensuresuccessful prosecutions. Attends and provides evidence in court;evidence storage and inventory.• Produces internal reports and provide feedback on casestatus.• Perform other duties as assigned. Evidence of specialized training, firearms, crime scene,self-defense, etc. LocationMaple Woods Positions in this class typically require: balancing, climbing,crouching, grasping, hearing, fingering, pulling, pushing,reaching, standing, stooping, talking, visual acuity, and walking.Ability to operate a Campus Police motor vehicle (policepatrols)Light lifting (5 to 20 pounds) daily. Heavy lifting moving policeequipment (20 – 50 pounds)Very heavy lifting to perform arrest or for rescues (over 50pounds). Physical agility to respond to a scene quickly. Ability toqualify with department firearmsIncumbents may be exposed to extreme temperatures; inadequatelighting; intense noise; and other environmental conditions, suchas, challenging behaviors, imminent danger, and threateningenvironments. * What is the highest level of education you have as conferredthrough an official transcript?Have not completed High School/GEDHigh School/GEDAssociate’s degreeBachelor’s degreeMaster’s degreeDoctorate degree • Skilled in effective decision-making skills;• Skilled in applying applicable local, State and Federal laws,rules, and regulations;• Skilled in monitoring campus facilities and grounds;• Skilled in investigating suspicious activity;• Skilled in maintaining records and preparing reports;• Skilled in providing customer service;• Skilled in operating applicable tools and equipment;• Skilled in using a computer and related softwareapplications;• Skilled in utilizing communication and interpersonal skills asapplied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, the generalpublic, and others sufficient to exchange or conveyinformation. • Missouri POST Class A license.• United States Citizenship;• Possession of a valid driver’s license. Preferred qualifications: * How much full-time experience in law enforcement do you have,as supported by the employment history listed on your onlineapplication?noneless than 1 yearbetween 1 and 5 yearsbetween 5 and 10 yearsbetween 10 and 15 yearsbetween 15 and 20 years20 years or more Special Instructions to Applicants Career Opportunity Number20-086 Experience working in an educational institution. Positions Supervised Six (6) or more years’ experience serving as a policeofficer. Job Open Date12/04/2020 • High School Diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) as recognized by theState of Missouri;• Prior experience in law enforcement preferred. Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Experience with Microsoft Office products. Class Summary Minimal Qualifications: Knowledge CompensationSalary commensurate with education and experience. Acompetitive benefit package is included. Typical Essential Duties • Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:• Knowledge of principles and practices of patrol and crimeprevention;• Knowledge of applicable campus, local, State, and Federal lawsand regulations;• Knowledge of investigation principles and practices;• Knowledge of report preparation techniques;• Knowledge of customer service principles;• Knowledge of interrogation techniques and scene management;• Knowledge of law enforcement principles and practices, adequateinterpersonal and communications skills;• Knowledge of standard operating procedures, judicial procedures,civil and constitutional laws;• Knowledge of conflict resolutions and problem solving,responsibility dependability, honesty and integrity;• Knowledge of computer operation and related softwareapplications; PLEASE NOTE :• Cover letter, resume, POST “A” Certification, and a completedApplication Addendum (attach under license) are required and mustbe attached to the online application in order to receive anyconsideration.* You must attach the completed Application Addendum form. Todownload an editable copy of the form click here .• Interviews will be conducted by a hiring committee. Job Close Date01/03/2020 Physical Requirements EOE /M/F/Vet/Disabled Skills Open Until FilledYes Initial Screen Date:01/06/2020 Position Type:Full-Time Knowledge of police operational procedures and methods such as;non-crime calls for service, traffic control, arrest procedures,preliminary investigations, and community service. How did you learn about this position?Academic KeysChronicle of Higher EducationCraigslistDiverse Issues in Higher EducationDos MundosEmployee referralFacebookHigherEdJobsJobs.mo.govIndeedInside Higher EdKansas City CallKansas City GlobeKansas City Hispanic NewsLinkedInMCC WebsiteMonsterOther SourceTwitter Preference will be given to individuals who possess: Experience serving as a field training officer. Assignment will include work at any MCC campus for various shiftsto include morning, evening, overnight and /or weekends. Schedulesubject to change based upon department needs. Directly-related experience in CCURE (electronic accesscontrol, intrusion alarm systems and closed circuit TVsystems) * Did you attach a completed copy of the Application Addendumand a copy of your POST certification to your online application?NoYes Class CategoryClassified Staff Optional & Required DocumentsRequired DocumentsCover LetterResumeApplication Addendum (Campus Police related positions)Optional DocumentsTranscript 01Transcript 02Transcript 03Transcript 04Transcript 05CertificationLicense
FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail January 5, 2018 By Emily KettererTheStatehouseFile.comINDIANAPOLIS – Rep. Karlee Macer, D-Indianapolis, is proposing a bill for the second time to raise the age of consent in Indiana from 16 to 18 years old.Macer said her goal with this proposal is to protect young women and men from exploitation.“I know there are other legislators around the country who are doing what I’m doing,” Macer said. “Which is doing more work to protect our young people from being solicited in such a way.”State Rep. Karlee Macer, D-Indianapolis, has prosed legislation to raise the age of consent. Photo by Bryan Wells, TheStatehouseFile.comHouse Bill 1111 would add “indiscretion” as a criminal offense, which would be filed against a person who is at least 23 years old engaging in sexual intercourse or sexual conduct with an individual under the age of 18.One of Macer’s reasons for raising the age of consent is sex trafficking.“With the age of consent law in the state of Indiana, a lot of time through social media, they are able to groom our children,” Macer said. “They’re able to lure them into an industry that is consensual. That is another piece that I think is really important.”Macer said she feels the bill may have more a chance to get a hearing this year because of an Indiana Supreme Court case in which 40-year-old Sameer G. Thaker was charged with a felony for sending a sexual image to a 16-year-old.“He was charged with a felony, but if he had sex with her, it would not be a crime at all,” Macer said.She said Justice Mark Massa, in his written opinion, acknowledged the law’s inconsistency.“I hope, sadly, that that will be something that will encourage more conversation about the age of consent,” Macer said.Macer said that her proposal will not impact the current “Romeo and Juliet law” in Indiana, which protects adults from facing criminal charges for having a sexual relationship with their underage partner within a four-year age range. She said she feels the law is important to young relationships.“I am in no way, shape or form trying to affect young love,” Macer said.Macer worked on the legislation with Reps. Dave Ober, R-Albion; Ryan Hatfield, D-Evansville; and Linda Lawson, D-Hammond. She said she is also working with law enforcement and other leaders to help the bill pass.“I hope that there is an opportunity to get this passed and to recognize how important it is that we truly advocate for our children,” she said.FOOTNOTE: Emily Ketterer is a reporter for TheStatehouseFile.com, a news website powered by Franklin College journalism students.
IS IT TRUE the taxpayers of Evansville should be demanding to see all legal documents illustrating who really has legal rights to the ownership of the Evansville Thunderbolts?IS IT TRUE we hope that the ERC and Mayor Winnecke hasn’t gotten into another Earthcare type deal?IS IT TRUE that it seems like Mayor Winnecke has cut a backroom deal with VenueWorks that will take away any financial exposure from any debts that the Thunderbolts/Venueworks may have acquired during the 2016-17 hockey season? …it looks like theERC and Mayor Winnecke may have signed a “debt forgiveness agreement” with Thunderbolts/VenueWorks for a total of 5 years?IS IT TRUE that the ERC and Mayor Winnecke didn’t inform the majority of the Evansville City Council members concerning “debt forgiveness agreement” until long after the fact? …we wonder if the Evansville City Council should had been allowed to voted on this “debt forgiveness agreement” with VenueWorks/Thunderbolts and the City since it has to do with using our tax dollars to cover any financial liabilities of the Evansville Thunderbolts hockey team?IS IT TRUE that at Monday evening City Council meeting the GM of VenueWorks/Ford Center stood in front of the Council and seemly gave the impression that he wasn’t concerned about the Evansville Thunderbolts making a profit?IS IT TRUE yesterday that former City Councilman and Finance Chairmen John Friend, CPA posted the following comments concerning the alleged partnership agreement between Mike Hall and VenueWorks/VW LLC that we felt worth re-posting? …Mr. Friend posted the following comments “under the IRC 701 provisions, partners in this case, Mr. Hall could receive all the loss allocations, but only to the extent Mr. Hall had hard money therein or on the hook for the entity’s debt. For example, it Hall had invested hard many of $100,000 and VenuWorks invested $200,000, and if the agreement stated that Hall was responsible for all the losses, and the first year of operations generated a $200,000 loss, Hall would receive only $100,000 of the loss and the next $100,000 would go to VenuWorks. This is referred to as the AT-RISK rules. If during the next year, the entity’s loss was $200,000, VenuWorks would receive another $100,000 of the loss, which would wipe out their total hard money input, the next $100,000 in the second year would be allocated based on debt, generally, if Hall was the only one on the loan, he would then receive the next $100,000 because he has AT-RISK on collections from the bank. Hope this explains the mechanisms of “Partnership Tax Law”.IS IT TRUE that the City of Evansville has joined John Blair and Valley Watch along with Citizens Action Coalition as interveners in Vectren’s filing of a $514 million dollar grid maintenance and improvement plan? …Vectren’s residential electric rates remain among the highest in the area and Midwest? … It has only been about 6 years since the City County Observer ignited an effort to question Vectren’s request for reimbursement for their “dense-pack” generator improvement? … this was a $32 million dollar investment Vectren had already undertaken and its tracking proposal was ultimately denied by the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission after holding a hearing in Evansville?IS IT TRUE Vectren on another front is bringing large scale solar to the Evansville market by partnering with the City of Evansville to capture the sunshine in the Oak Hill Cemetery and turn it into electricity to sell to the customer base of the Tri-State? …this is of course a welcome addition to the generation capacity? … will the IURC mandate net zero metering and time of use billing so homeowners and building owners can put up solar panels to completely offset their use? …while it is encouraging to see Vectren embracing renewable solar energy, they still are pursing homeowners to pay their fair share of the grid should they want to do the same?IS IT TRUE another local leader of things which seek success at the Ford Center has tendered his resignation and is heading out of town.?…Evansville Sports Corporation Executive Director Jason Sands has left his job in Evansville and headed deep in the heart of Fort Worth, Texas for a similar position?…Bob Warren and the staff at the Evansville Convention and Visitors Bureau will manage the position until a new director is hired?…according to Warren they are about to get busy to hire a replacement?…in all fairness Mr. Sands must have been pretty darn good to get the NCAA Division 2 Basketball Elite Eight to sign a four year deal with a location that can’t get 1,000 people to a conference tournament with a home town team in the tourney?Todays “READERS POLL” question is; Are you pleased that City Councilman Justin Elpers requested that the Manager of the Ford Center update Council on the current status of the Thunderbolt hockey team?FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
The Ocean City Aquatic & Fitness Center will co-sponsor CONTACT Cape-Atlantic’s 10th Annual Triathlon. The event features a 2.4 mile swim.The 10th Annual CONTACT Cape-Atlantic Triathlon/Duathlon will be held from Jan. 18 to Feb. 15. Participants will swim, bike, and run a long-distance triathlon over the course of a month. The triathlon includes a 2.4 mile swim, an 112 mile bike ride, and a 26 mile run. Those who sign up for the duathlon can opt to complete any two of the three triathlon events. Other forms of exercise can contribute to total mileage. A spin class will serve as a portion of the bike and walking can contribute to the total run. Participants will receive a calendar for logging miles at registration. They will also receive a tee shirt and the chance to win a FitBit activity tracker. The first place triathlon finisher will receive a one month membership to the Ocean City Aquatic and Fitness Center. The registration fee is $30. Students pay $10. Participants can register at the Ocean City Aquatic Center, call 609-823-1850 or register online at www.contactcapeatlantic.org. Proceeds will benefit CONTACT Cape-Atlantic. CONTACT Cape-Atlantic is a non-profit group that makes daily telephone calls to elderly and disabled clients to ensure their safety as they continue to live independently in their homes.
Today, Athens, GA road warriors Widespread Panic officially announced the details for the 2018 edition of Panic En La Playa, their annual beachside destination event. The 7th installation of Panic En La Playa will take place January 26th – 30th, 2018 at the Hard Rock Hotel in Riviera Maya, Mexico. In addition to four full two-set shows from Panic, the event will feature a talented lineup of late-night super-jams and “Solo Sunset Shows.” The late-night schedule for the Cloud 9 Adventures-produced event includes a pair of truly star-studded collaborative performances: the NOLA-flavored “Playa Allstars” (Eric Krasno, George Porter, Jr., Ivan Neville, Cyril Neville, Terence Higgins, Eric “Benny” Bloom, and Ryan Zoidis) and the “Zambi Allstars,” presumably a tribute to the late Col. Bruce Hampton featuring several of his past collaborators (Oteil Burbridge, Jeff Sipe, Matt Slocum, Rev. Jeff Mosier, and Eric Krasno).Watch The Daze Between Band’s All-Star Tribute To Butch Trucks & Col. Bruce Hampton In NOLANorth Carolina-based sextet Big Something will also perform a late night set. The solo sunset performances will feature several of the most sought-after performers on the road today, including David Shaw of The Revivalists, Marcus King of The Marcus King Band, and singer-songwriter Cris Jacobs.The event allows fans to enjoy some of their favorite artists in a tropical setting without ever pulling out their wallets, as all drinks, food, concerts, and activities/excursions (like zip-lining, a trip to Tulum’s Mayan ruins, and more) are included in the ticket price.Widespread Panic Welcomes Marcus King To Cover “Mountain Jam” At Wanee [Video]Those who have attended Panic En La Playa in past years will get first crack at tickets for the 2018 event when loyalty pre-sale begins on July 10th. Public on-sale opens at 12pm Eastern the following day, July 11th. For more information on Panic En La Playa Siete, head to the event website.Although Widespread Panic proclaimed last year that they would be significantly cutting down on their famously extensive touring schedule in 2017, the band has a number of dates on the books including weekend runs at Red Rocks this coming weekend, St. Augustine Amphitheatre in July, Las Vegas at the end of October and more, as well as several festival headlining sets this summer. For a full list of upcoming Panic dates, head to the band’s website.[Cover photo via WSP Facebook]