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It took a lot of effort, Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Tuesday termed the BJP’s victory in the municipal council polls in the state as not just a wave but a tsunami. A day prior to the occasion when the cult classic clocks 40 years,e. Saturday evening If you can’t catch the match live IndianExpresscom will be running a live blog to give you updates scores and insights on the fly What channel will air the Pro Kabaddi season 5 match between Telugu Titans vs UP Yoddha The Pro Kabaddi season 5 match between Telugu Titans vs UP Yoddha will telecast on Star Sports 2 1 (Hindi) 1 (Tamil) and Star Sports 1HD 2 HD and Star Sports First Where is the Pro Kabaddi season 5 match between Telugu Titans vs UP Yoddha The Pro Kabaddi season 5 match between Telugu Titans vs UP Yoddha will be played in Ahmedabad How do I follow the Pro Kabaddi season 5 match between Telugu Titans vs UP Yoddha live online The Pro Kabaddi season 5 match between Telugu Titans vs UP Yoddha will be streamed live on Hotstar For live commentary updates social reactions and more you can follow the live blog that will be run right here in IndianExpresscom For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Rajindar Sachar | Updated: August 15 2014 5:54 am ‘Eminent persons’ should be substituted with ‘eminent jurists’ because ‘eminence’ by itself is too vague Related News The judiciary has been praised by some for its role in exposing corruption in politics while others point to the defective method of selection of judges through the collegium system to criticise it To prevent further easy public slapping of the judiciary we must now finalise the method of appointment The suggested pattern of a judicial appointments commission broadly fills the void It is headed by the chief justice of India (CJI) and includes the next two senior judges the Union law minister two eminent persons (emphasis added) to be selected by the prime minister the CJI and the leader of opposition in the Lok Sabha Some rightly feel that “eminent persons” should be substituted with “eminent jurists” because “eminence” by itself is too vague Instead “eminent jurist” would provide a larger field of academics authors outstanding lawyers (no longer practising of course) The fear that the presence of a lay person would interfere with the independence of the judiciary is misplaced As the Judicial Commission of New South Wales Annual Report said: “Judicial independence is not some kind of industrial benefit generously extended to judges and magistrates it is [the] fundamental principle of our society’s constitutional arrangements” The provision with regard to the appointment of high court judges however states unacceptably that the JAC is only required to elicit (emphasis added) the views of the governor chief minister and the chief justice of the high court I can hardly see any relevance of eliciting the view of the chief minister separately from the governor I however take strong objection to reducing the position of the chief justice of a high court to merely eliciting his view The advice of the chief justice of a high court as to the suitability or otherwise of a person to be appointed a judge of a high court should normally be accepted Reportedly though technically the collegium is being sought to be abolished the CJI has asked chief justices of the high courts to consult their colleagues even junior ones as far as possible But this suggestion may only be observed in the breach I remember that in 1977 the Janata government’s informal suggestion that the chief justices of the high courts consult two senior colleagues was observed more in the breach It was only when the collegium system was established that the chief justices of the high courts had no option but to consult their colleagues However this did not mean that the government has accepted the collegium’s recommendation in all cases In 1985 the chief justice of a high court and his two senior-most colleagues recommended four names with the clarification that they must be appointed in the order in which the names were sent This was done to prevent the government from picking and choosing on the specious argument that some names had not yet been cleared by the CBI and the appointments might be delayed while those lower down the list could be appointed immediately This was opposed by the chief justice and the law ministry was so affronted that the government did not appoint any judge during his tenure Afterwards too the law ministry first appointed new names and only later appointed those recommended by the earlier collegium So the government’s intervention can only be checked by a strong judiciary It is for this reason that I have reservations on doing away with collegiums entirely The collegium system is welcome inasmuch as it constitutes a wider circle of three judges rather than leaving it solely to the chief justice of the high court The CJI’s advice to consult two more judges is welcome I see no reason to abolish the collegium system at the high court level (which after all is only recommendatory) The appointments are now to be made under the provisions of the proposed JAC I am amazed that so far a serious self-inflected injury is being overlooked — that is appointing the chief justices of high courts outside their parent court I have never understood the logic of transferring the senior-most judge whose turn to head the court in which he has worked for almost 10 to 15 years and with the functioning and lower judiciary of which he is most familiar has come To transfer him to a new court for a period of one or two years or even less to which he is a total stranger and most likely unaware of the names of his colleagues is strange At present one has the embarrassing spectacle of a chief justice being transferred to a state where he cannot even understand the language The chief justice of a high court should be the senior-most judge of the same court This alone will lend strength and dignity to the high courts Section 8 of the new bill contemplates asking the state and Central governments to send recommendations for the selection of judges I find this to be a frontal attack on the judiciary After a JAC is constituted the state or Central governments have no locus standi and should be outsiders in the process of selection I agree though that the JAC should make public the names it is contemplating for appointments to high courts and the Supreme Court This will make the process more open and participatory and also negate the charge of secret manoeuvring in the appointment of judges The writer is a former chief justice of the Delhi High Court For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: August 22 2017 6:52 am Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Anil Baijal (Source: PTI) Top News Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal Monday directed the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) to figure out a plan for “migration to 100 per cent mechanisation for cleaning of sewer/drains within 15 days” He also asked DJB to lay down within a week the standard operating procedure (SOP) for emergency manual cleaning Taking cognizance of the recent sewer deaths the L-G chaired a high-level meeting attended by CM Arvind Kejriwal PWD minister Satyendar Jain Water Minister Rajendra Pal Gautam and the top officials of different departments at Raj Niwas The L-G issued the directions “noting that these deaths are a grim portrayal of the unsafe working conditions of people engaged to keep Delhi’s sewer lines and tanks clean often with bare hands” — a situation that he described as “unacceptable” “The ultimate goal must be to ensure complete mechanisation of cleaning of all drains/sewers including the narrowest of them deploying modern methods For this all stakeholders must work in a prompt and coordinated manner” said the L-G’s office In a statement the L-G’s office said Baijal has “directed CEO (DJB) to study and propose a plan for migration to 100 per cent mechanisation within 15 days in coordination with chairman NDMC and the commissioner of the South DMC This SOP will be applied to all including private contractors group housing society malls etc” The SC/ST department secretary was instructed to upload notifications “clarifying the legal position on the website so that it can be in public domain for the benefit of contractors and users” The L-G also directed the DJB and other departments including different civic bodies to spread awareness about the “harmful impact on the health of such workers as well as the illegality committed by the contractors or user agencies concerned” Baijal also stressed that the “liability of the principal employer” shouldn’t be diluted and asked “government agencies to strictly abide by the law” “The employers must provide gas masks safety harness belts helmets and mechanised equipment as legally mandated for the hazardous work of cleaning of clogged underground sewers” the L-G’s office said Baijal also directed Delhi Police to take action against “contractors who violate the law” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: August 13 2017 10:17 am The capital has witnessed three cases of sewer workers dying while cleaning sewage tanks in the last one month (Representational Image) Top News Hours after the death of two brothers while cleaning a sewage treatment plant of a city mall Delhi Water Minister Rajendra Pal Gautam directed the department officials to form a “vigilance committee” to stop such incidents in the future The Minister issued instructions at a meeting with the officials of the Delhi Jal Board and other members at his residence”It is very sad to know that today (Saturday) also one labour expired and two injured during cleaning of septic tank of a private mall Though we have no control on private buildings but we will take stern action against the violators” Gautam tweeted “I am making a vigilance committee to monitor such illegal activities and stop such acts” the Minister said in a series of tweets He said that it was very unfortunate even after the judgement of the Supreme Court the contractors were violating the provisions of the Manual Scavengers Act “I am shocked to see courage of these contractors they don’t fear from the Law ” According to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government officials since the death of three workers in Lajpat Nagar earlier this week the Minister has been working on finding ways to control this “The Minister said there should not be any such incidents in future and for this he instructed the officials to set up a monitoring committee and a vigilance committee soon” a senior official said In the meeting the Minister also asked officials to meet frequently so that things are updated on a regular basis Two brothers identified as Jahangir 24 and Izaz 22 died of suffocation while cleaning a sewage plant of a city mall on Saturday Their father who was working with them and a fireman who went to rescue them have been admitted to a city hospital after they too suffered from suffocation On Sunday three persons had died after inhaling toxic gases while cleaning a sewer in Lajpat Nagar area of south Delhi Earlier last month four persons had died in the national capital after inhaling poisonous gases as they entered to clean a water harvesting tank in Ghitorni area of south Delhi In both the cases lack of safety equipment for the workers came to light after the tragedy The issue of the death of three persons in Lajpat Nagar while cleaning a sewer had rocked the Delhi Assembly on the first day of the Monsoon Session on Tuesday where the government had said that there were “standing instructions” that sewer drains should not be cleaned manually Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had also announced Rs 10 lakh financial assistance for the families of three sanitation employees who died while cleaning a gutter in Lajpat Nagar He also promised a government job to one family member each For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLaunching a scathing attack against the editors and owners ofThe Wirefor publishing an article on Amit Shah’s son Jay Shah’s business Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and Union railway minister Piyush Goyal declared to initiate "civil and criminal defamation proceedings against the news publication suing them for Rs 100 crore" The article in question authored by Rohini Singh and published onThe Wire website? Media now needs to be fearless, 5 per cent. and Akila Dananjaya. “We have a player that’s proven to be a sure thing.” a bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar asked.5-inch Full HD display.

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India already has a weak culture of non-religious philanthropy and its regulatory system does little to encourage it.

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