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France scrum-half Antoine Dupont puts boot to ball against Scotland (Getty Images) France team to play Scotland – Friday 26 MarchBrice Dulin; Damian Penaud, Virimi Vakatawa, Arthur Vincent, Gael Fickou; Romain Ntamack, Antoine Dupont; Cyril Baille, Julien Marchand, Mohamed Haouas, Bernard Le Roux, Swan Rebbadj, Anthony Jelonch, Charles Ollivon, Gregory Alldritt.Replacements: Camille Chat, Jean-Baptiste Gros, Uini Atonio, Romain Taofifenua, Dylan Cretin, Baptiste Serin, Anthony Bouthier, Teddy Thomas.France team to play Wales – Saturday 20 MarchBrice Dulin; Teddy Thomas, Virimi Vakatawa, Gael Fickou, Damian Penaud; Matthieu Jalibert, Antoine Dupont; Cyril Baille, Julien Marchand, Mohamed Haouas, Romain Taofifenua, Paul Willemse, Dylan Cretin, Charles Ollivon, Gregory Alldritt.Replacements: Camille Chat, Jean-Baptiste Gros, Uini Atonio, Swan Rebbadj, Anthony Jelonch, Baptiste Serin, Romain Ntamack, Arthur Vincent.RUGBY WORLD VERDICTFrance have been the best team in Europe for the past 14 months – certainly the best to watch, writes Sarah Mockford. They may not have been the one lifting the trophies but they are the Six Nations side that has made the most significant strides since RWC 2019.They have a young squad with plenty of depth and are well coached – take this set move for Damian Penaud’s try against England last week… France Six Nations Squad 2021France kept their Six Nations title hopes alive until the last match but ultimately had to settle for second place in the table behind Wales.The French needed a big bonus-point win against Scotland at the Stade de France, but lost 27-23 following a late Duhan van der Merwe try.Related: Scotland beat France in Paris for first time in 22 yearsCoupled with their narrow defeat by England at Twickenham, it was second place once more for France, who haven’t won a Six Nations title since 2010.Still, they look to be building nicely for a home World Cup in 2023. Their disappointment at missing out on a Grand Slam by losing to England last week was evident when the final whistle blew at Twickenham. The question now is whether they can bounce back to beat Wales and maintain their title hopes. There’s no doubting their talent and skills, but this could come down to mentality. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS France team to play England – Saturday 13 MarchBrice Dulin; Teddy Thomas, Virimi Vakatawa, Gael Fickou, Damian Penaud; Matthieu Jalibert, Antoine Dupont; Cyril Baille, Julien Marchand, Mohamed Haouas, Romain Taofifenua, Paul Willemse, Dylan Cretin, Charles Ollivon, Gregory Alldritt.Replacements: Camille Chat, Jean-Baptiste Gros, Dorian Aldegheri, Cyril Cazeaux, Cameron Woki, Anthony Jelonch, Baptiste Serin, Romain Ntamack.RUGBY WORLD VERDICTThe return of Virimi Vakatawa in midfield is a huge boost for France, writes Sarah Mockford. He was in superb form before injury struck just before the championship and his triple threat of step, fend and offload are sure to keep England busy in defence.Some might have expected Romain Ntamack to come back into the starting line-up now he’s recovered from jaw surgery, but Matthieu Jalibert has been excellent at fly-half in this championship and deserves to retain the No 10 shirt. It will be interesting to see if Fabien Galthie brings Ntamack on to play alongside Jalibert in a dual playmaking option – the pair at 10-12 could prove very effective.Bernard Le Roux’s injury means they lose experience in the second row but Romain Taofifenua and Paul Willemse will form a hefty unit. Plus, with an six-two split between forwards and backs on the bench, it’s clear France are keen to take England on physically up front.France team to play Ireland – Sunday 14 FebruaryBrice Dulin; Damian Penaud, Arthur Vincent, Gael Fickou, Gabin Villiere; Matthieu Jalibert, Antoine Dupont; Cyril Baille, Julien Marchand, Mohamed Haouas, Bernard Le Roux, Paul Willemse, Anthony Jelonch, Gregory Alldritt, Charles Ollivon.Replacements: Pierre Bourgarit, Hassane Kolingar, Uini Atonio, Romain Taofifenua, Dylan Cretin, Baptiste Serin, Anthony Bouthier, Teddy ThomasFrance team to play Italy – Saturday 6 FebruaryBrice Dulin; Teddy Thomas, Arthur Vincent, Gael Fickou, Gabin Villiere; Matthieu Jalibert, Antoine Dupont; Cyril Baille, Julien Marchand, Mohamed Haouas, Bernard Le Roux, Paul Willemse, Dylan Cretin, Gregory Alldritt, Charles Ollivon.Replacements: Pierre Bourgarit, Jean-Baptiste Gros, Dorian Aldegheri, Romain Taofifenua, Anthony Jelonch, Baptiste Serin, Louis Carbonel, Damian Penaud.France Six Nations squad 2021Forwards(DoB/Club/Position/Test debut/caps)Dorian Aldegheri (4 Aug 1993/Toulouse/Prop/2019 v England/8)Gregory Alldritt (23 March 1997/La Rochelle/Back-row/2019 v Wales/23)Cyril Baille (15 Sep 1993/Toulouse/Prop/2016 v Samoa/28)Pierre Bourgarit (12 Sep 1997/La Rochelle/Hooker/2018 v New Zealand/5)Cyril Cazeaux (10 Feb 1995/Bordeaux Bègles/Lock/2020 v Italy/2)Camille Chat (18 Dec 1995/Racing 92/Hooker/2016 v Ireland/33)Dylan Cretin (4 Mar 1997/Lyon/Back-row/2020 v Wales/10)Jean-Baptiste Gros (29 May 1999/Toulon/Prop/2020 v Wales/9)Mohamed Haouas (9 Mar 1994/Montpellier/2020 v England/12)Wilfrid Hounkpatin (29 Jul 1991/Castres/Prop/uncapped)Anthony Jelonch (28 Jul 1996/Castres/Back-row/2017 v New Zealand/8)Bernard Le Roux (4 Jun 1989/Racing 92/Back-row/2013 v New Zealand/47)Julien Marchand (10 May 1995/Toulouse/Hooker/2018 v Fiji/14)Charles Ollivon (11 May 1993/Toulon/Back-row/2014 v Fiji/23)Romain Taofifenua (13 Sep 1990/Toulon/Lock/2012 v Argentina/25)Paul Willemse (13 Nov 1993/Montpellier/Lock/2019 v Wales/16)Cameron Woki (7 November 1998/Bordeaux Bègles/Back-row/2020 v England/5)BacksAnthony Bouthier (19 Jun 1992/Montpellier/Full-back/2020 v England/6)Baptiste Couilloud (22 Jul 1997/Lyon/Scrum-half/2018 v Italy/5)Jonathan Danty (7 Oct 1992/Stade Francias/Centre/2016 v Italy/6)Brice Dulin (13 Apr 1990/La Rochelle/Full-back/2012 v Argentina/36)Antoine Dupont (15 Nov 1996/Toulouse/Scrum-half/2017 v Italy/32)Gael Fickou (26 Mar 1994/Stade Francias/Centre/2013 v Scotland/63)Matthieu Jalibert (6 Nov 1998/Bordeaux Bègles/Fly-half/2018 v Ireland/12)Yoram Moefana (18 Jul 2000/Bordeaux Bègles/Centre/2020 v Italy/2)Romain Ntamack (1 May 1999/Toulouse/Fly-half/2019 v Wales/20)Damian Penaud (25 Sep 1996/Clermont/Wing/2017 v South Africa/22)Baptiste Serin (20 Jun 1994/Toulon/Scrum-half/2016 v Argentina/42)Donovan Taofifenua (30 Mar 1999/Racing 92/Wing/Uncapped)Teddy Thomas (18 Sep 1993/Racing 92/Wing/2014 v Fiji/27)Virimi Vakatawa (1 May 1992/Racing 92/Centre/2016 v Italy/30)Home turf: France play their home matches at Stade de France (Getty Images)France Six Nations Fixtures 2021(All kick-off times are GMT)Sat 6 February, Italy 10-50 France Dupont dazzles as France crush Italy in Six Nations openerSun 14 February, Ireland 13-15 France France win in Dublin for first time since 2011Fri 26 March, France 23-27 Scotland Scotland beat France in Paris for first time in 22 yearsSat 13 March, England 23-20 France Antoine Dupont scores after 65 secondsSat 20 March, France 32-30 Wales Late Brice Dulin try denies Wales a Grand SlamDon’t miss a game with our TV coverage guide France ended this year’s championship in second place Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
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Supporters of Rev. Edward Pinkney demonstrate in Grand Rapids, Mich., demanding he be released on bond.The Rev. Edward Pinkney, political prisoner, was transferred on Sept. 7 from the Marquette Branch Prison in the far north of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Some 11 months after arriving at that prison and suffering months of threats and abuse from guards, he was sent to West Shoreline Correctional Facility outside of Muskegon. His new location is only 90 miles from the home of his spouse, Dorothy Pinkney. The distance to Marquette, in comparison, was 500 miles.Rev. Pinkney has now served 22 months of his 30-month minimum sentence. On Dec. 15, 2014, he was given a 2 ½ to 10 year sentence for supposedly altering dates on a recall petition against then Mayor James Hightower of Benton Harbor, Mich. Rev. Pinkney was convicted with no evidence, simply for being the leader of the recall effort and a well-known activist in his home town. His case has drawn the support of the American Civil Liberties Union and the National Lawyers Guild, as well as many groups and individuals across Michigan.Attorney Tim Holloway filed an “Application for Leave to Appeal” with the Michigan Supreme Court on Rev. Pinkney’s behalf on Sept. 3. This reporter visited Rev. Pinkney at his new location on Sept. 30 and asked him about his long sought after transfer. He acknowledged the efforts of his supporters, who worked tirelessly to draw attention to the mistreatment, harassment and abuse he faced every day in Marquette Prison.This campaign included picketing the Michigan Department of Corrections in Lansing, protesting across the state, including outside Marquette’s prison gate, contacting state legislators to intervene for Rev. Pinkney’s safety and telephone barrages to Gov. Snyder and Heidi Washington, MDOC director.‘They wanted to get rid of me’According to Rev. Pinkney, “What I think was the final straw was when state Rep. Dave Pagel showed up at Marquette Prison during the last week of August. He is the chairperson of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on the Department of Corrections. And the first thing he did was to ask to see me! This kind of blew the minds of the prison officials.“I talked with Pagel in the law library for quite a while,” explained Rev. Pinkney. “After he left, my prison counselor wanted to know how I had so much ‘juice.’ I asked her if she wanted me to get her a raise or, maybe, a promotion.”Less than two weeks later, Rev. Pinkney was told to pack his things because he was leaving the next morning. “They wanted to get rid of me and all the scrutiny that comes with housing a political prisoner,” he stressed.Even with a possible appeal to the Michigan Supreme Court, which will take many months, Rev. Pinkney is looking for his earliest release to occur in June 2017. He is enjoying many more visitors already — and his supporters are not letting up on their organizing.Detroit activists from the Michigan Emergency Committee Against War & Injustice (MECAWI.org), the Moratorium Now! Coalition Against Foreclosures, and the Detroit Active and Retired Employees Association joined together on Sept. 23 to carry out an all-day fish fry fundraiser for Rev. Pinkney’s defense. It raised hundreds of dollars.Plans are also in place to distribute leaflets about Rev. Pinkney at a regional conference of Amnesty International in Dearborn, Mich., on Oct. 8.Send birthday greetingsRev. Pinkney will celebrate another birthday behind bars. Oct. 27 is his 68th birthday. A campaign is underway to have hundreds of people send hundreds of cards and letters to him to express support — and to let the West Shoreline prison administration know they are being watched by Rev. Pinkney’s supporters around the country, who are paying attention to how he is being treated.Send cards and letters to The Rev. Edward Pinkney #294671, West Shoreline Correctional Facility, 2500 S. Sheridan Drive, Muskegon Heights, MI 49444.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
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News UpdatesDelhi HC Further Extends The Interim Bail Granted to 2177 Undertrial Prisoners For a Period of 45 Days [Read Order] Karan Tripathi9 May 2020 10:07 AMShare This – xIn a suo moto matter, the Delhi High Court has extended the interim bail granted to Under Trial Prisoners (UTPs) for a period of 45 days in light of the continuing COVID19 pandemic. The Division Bench of Justice Siddharth Mridul and Justice Talwant Singh approved the recommendation given by the High Powered Committee wherein it was pointed out that the interim bail granted to…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?LoginIn a suo moto matter, the Delhi High Court has extended the interim bail granted to Under Trial Prisoners (UTPs) for a period of 45 days in light of the continuing COVID19 pandemic. The Division Bench of Justice Siddharth Mridul and Justice Talwant Singh approved the recommendation given by the High Powered Committee wherein it was pointed out that the interim bail granted to 2177 UTPs shall be extended for 45 more days as the COVID19 crisis is still continuing. The High Powered Committee was constituted by the Delhi Government upon the direction given by the Supreme Court to decongest the prisons in Delhi, in light of the COVID19 pandemic. In light of the periodical directions of this committee, as well as the directions given by the High Court in the case of Shobha Gupta v. Union of India, 2177 Under Trial Prisoners (UTPs) were released on interim bail for a period of 45 days from the date of their respective release. On May 05, the High Powered Committee said period of 45 days in respect of some UTPs is going to expire on 09.05.2020 and for others it shall expire in coming days of May, 2020 and in the first week of June, 2020 but situation of the pandemic is still the same and the Central Government has already extended the Lock Down to 17.05.2020 and it may not be possible to predict definite date for resumption of normal functioning of Court system. In light of this, the committee was of the opinion that interim bail so granted to 2177 UTPs by respective CMMs/MMs needs to be extended for a further period of 45 days. Since it wouldn’t have been practical for each and every UTP to to approach the Magistrate individually to seek this relief, the committee was of the opinion that the same should be operationalised by a judicial order of the High Court. Mr Sandeep Goel, Director General (Prisons), and Mr Rahul Mehra (Standing Counsel, Delhi Government) also expressed their approval for the said extension of 45 days. While approving the recommendation of the High Powered Committee, and extending the interim bail of 2177 UTPs by 45 more days, the court noted that: ‘Director General (Prisons) shall ensure that this order is conveyed to all the 2177 UTPs by telephone, as well as, through all other available modes. Ld. Member Secretary, DSLSA shall coordinate with DG (Prisons) in this regard.’Click Here To Download Order[Read Order] Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
Top StoriesIf TV Channel Has Evidence, Inform The Investigator: Bombay HC Rejects Republic TV’s Contention That It Was Doing “Investigative Journalism” In SSR Case Akshita Saxena18 Jan 2021 11:00 PMShare This – xIn a significant judgment on the menace of ‘media trials’, the Bombay High Court has observed that if a TV Channel/ News agency has any incriminating material/ evidence against any person in connection to an alleged crime, it has a bounden duty to provide such information to the concerned Police officer. “If indeed the channel is in possession of information that could assist…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?LoginIn a significant judgment on the menace of ‘media trials’, the Bombay High Court has observed that if a TV Channel/ News agency has any incriminating material/ evidence against any person in connection to an alleged crime, it has a bounden duty to provide such information to the concerned Police officer. “If indeed the channel is in possession of information that could assist the investigator, it ought not to be part of a news coverage but it would be the duty of such channel to provide the information that it has to the police under sections 37 to 39 of the Cr.P.C. to facilitate a proper investigation,” a Bench comprising of Chief Justice Dipankat Dutta and Justice GS Kulkarni observed. The remarks were made while deciding the culpability of reporting done by Republic TV and Times Now against Mumbai Police in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. The Court was of the opinion that the press/media has the ability to mould the opinion of the society by publicity of certain facets of an investigative process. Such publications, the Court observed, could give rise to strong public emotions and prejudice the case of one party or the other, and thus the media ought to refrain from taking stances in its presentations which are biased or show a predilection for a particular point of view. It may be noted that Republic TV had argued before the Court that its Reporters had gathered incriminating materials that could connect the accused with the offence of murder and that the channel had honestly endeavoured to place facts for the information of its viewers, which Mumbai Police had been suppressing. “To our mind, the contention proceeds on a clear misunderstanding of the provisions of the Cr.P.C.,” the Bench observed stating that in case the media gets hold of real incriminating material during the course of “investigative journalism”, it ought to not publish it but rather hand over the same to the investigating officer. In this context, the Bench referred to Section 37 and Section 39 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, that provide instances for Public when to assist Magistrates and police and Public to give information of certain offences.Bombay High Court rejects arguments of #RepublicTV that it was doing “investigative journalism” in SSR case.If a channel has information that could assist the investigator, it should not be part of news coverage, instead channel should inform the investigator about it – HC pic.twitter.com/GiOkTGhtli— Live Law (@LiveLawIndia) January 18, 2021 In conclusion, the Court held that the media coverage done by the Republic TV and Times Now against Mumbai police in this case is prima facie contemptuous. Some Reporting Of Republic TV & Times Now In SSR Case ‘Prima Facie Contemptuous’, Says Bombay High Court It also observed that the campaign against Mumbai Police of having suppressed facts appears to be “ill-founded”. Reliance was placed on Rhea Chakraborty v. State of Bihar & Ors., where the Supreme Court recorded a prima facie satisfaction that records of the SSR Death case do not prima facie suggest any wrong doing by the Mumbai Police (although obstruction to the Bihar Police team could have been avoided so as not to give rise to any suspicion on the bonafide of the enquiry). Inter alia, the Bench laid down a list of ‘indicative but not exhaustive’ list of reports which tend to cause prejudice to ongoing investigation, that me be read in the reports below: What Kind Of Reporting Amounts To ‘Media Trial’? Bombay High Court Gives GuidelinesMedia Trial During Investigation Interferes With Administration Of Justice; Amounts To Contempt Of Court : Bombay High Court Click Here To Read/ Download JudgmentNext Story
News UpdatesDelhi High Court Calls For Meeting For Installation Of PSA Plants By Large Hospitals Having Oxygen Capacity Twice The Normal Requirement Nupur Thapliyal20 May 2021 2:05 AMShare This – xThe Delhi High Court on Thursday directed the Amicus Curiae, Senior Advocate Rajshekhar Rao to convene a meeting between Chairpersons of Delhi Municipal Corporations and Delhi Developmental Authority along with the representatives of large hosptials and association in the national captial for the purpose of installing PSA oxygen plants by such Hospitals having twice capacity of oxygen than their normal requirement.Advertisement A division bench comprising of Justice Vipin Sanghi and Justice Jasmeet Singh directed thus:”The bitter experience that everyone in NCT of Delhi has had with acute shortage of medical oxygen has certainly left a lessen to be learnt particularly by hospitals. It is high time that atleast the large hospitals having capacity of 100 beds or more should install their own plants which should have the capacity of atleast two times of the normal requirement.”Advertisement The development came after the Court was apprised about the status of installation of oxygen PSA plants by both the Centre and Government of NCT of Delhi.Observing that large hospitals and nursing homes with 100 beds or more should install PSA plants having twice the capacity of normal requirement, the Court went ahead to further observe thus:”Similarly Hospitals with 50 beds capacity or more and less than 100 beds should install PSA plants which should be sufficient to deal with their regular requirment. Principal Secretary Health should take this aspect with hospitals.”Advertisement Advertisement Calling for a status report to be filed in this regard by next Thursday, the Court also hinted that the Municipal Corporations and Delhi Developmental Authority must also focus on relaxing their norms as the installation of such PSA plants will require taking over the parking spaces alloted to such hosptials.”Since installation of such plants will require open areas, DDA and municipal corporations must bring about relaxations so that the plants could be installed without affecting the parking spaces available with hospitals and nursing homes.” The Court observed.Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Furthermore, the Court directed thus:”These aspects should be addressed by municipal corporation and DDA for which purpose the amicus may cknvene a meeting with chairperson of municipal corporations and of DDA. Let the representatives of large hosptials and association may also be present in the meeting. CThese directions must be complied with all hospitals of GNCTD, UOI, municipal corporations and all Authorities and will be applicable for all nursing homes.” The aforesaid direction came after the attention of the Court was drawn to the Status Report filed by the Centre on the installation of PSA plants stating that a total of 14 PSA plants have been installed, some of which have been installed by foreign aids and some by the Ministry. Advocate Nidhi Mohan Parashar also apprised the Court that the PSA plants that the timelines for the PSA Plants installed by way of foreign aid may differ. In view of this, the Court also went ahead to observe that there shall be a Nodal Officer appointed to monitor the installation process in the national capital.”We are of the view that, if still not done, both UOI and GNCTD should designate a nodal officer to monitor the installation of PSA Plants in GNCTD. We therefore direct both the governments to place on record the information of officer to be appointed for the same purpose. Status report to be filed on next Thursday.” The Court observed at the outset.Title: Rakesh Malhotra v. GNCTD & Ors.Tagsdelhi high court covid 19 second covid wave installation of psa plants psa plants gnctd union of india municipal corporations Justice Vipin Sanghi Justice Jasmeet Singh Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story