Football By Kunal Dhyani – July 31, 2018 Global partnership marketing agency Lagardère Plus has been selected to activate the water technology company Xylem’s multiyear partnership with the Premier League Champions.Xylem is now the Official Water Technology Partner of the Premier League champions in a first of its kind deal between an English club and a water technology brand. Xylem is one of the world’s leading water technology companies who operate in 150 countries across six continents. Facebook Twitter by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May Like247 Sports50 Best College Football Players Of All Time247 SportsPhotoStickHow To Back Up All Your Old Photos In SecondsPhotoStickGrammarlyAvoid Grammatical Errors with This Helpful Browser ExtensionGrammarlyThe Xylem-Manchester City partnership, brokered by Lagardère Sports, was announced at a launch event during the Singapore International Water week – one of the water industry’s largest trade shows. As part of the new relationship, Lagardère Plus will use its expertise in creating impactful marketing platforms to further position Xylem as a leader in the water industry and one that creates both economic and social value as it helps its customers to successfully address the world’s water challenges.Tim Frith Director of Consulting at Lagardère Plus in UK, said: “Since we began working with Xylem, it’s been fascinating to gain an understanding of the breadth of their business. In particular, seeing how much of a leading role they play in addressing major water challenges across the world through their commitment and investment in innovation, creativity and sustainability. We are really excited to be working with Xylem on activating this unique partnership with Manchester City to develop a meaningful campaign by leveraging the power of football to help elevate the water story to a global audience.”Lagardère Plus will work with its London-based creative agency, Brave, which it acquired last year, to develop the sponsorship strategy including the development of content, creative and digital assets to engage fans and global audiences through Xylem’s partnership with Manchester City Group.Carl Woodman, Managing Director UK, Lagadère Sports and Entertainment said: “I’m delighted with this project as its a perfect demonstration of the strength and breadth of the business that we have built. To see our global football experts at Lagardère Sports deliver this exciting new partnership between Xylem and City Football Group, which will now be brought to life through activation excellence from Lagardère Plus, and creative and strategic drive from Brave is a real validation of our vision.Xylem will also partner with City’s sister club New York City FC and the Manchester City women’s team.Joe Vesey, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Xylem said: “The team at Lagardère Plus demonstrated a strong understanding of our brand values and how football and technology can come together to change the world. We believe they have the expertise to bring fresh, new ideas to help us to elevate our message to fans of football and beyond.”As well as raising awareness about pressing global water challenges and solutions, Xylem will also work with Manchester City on Xylem Watermark projects, such as building water towers in communities around the world without access to clean water. Xylem Watermark is the company’s social investment platform. 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Photographs North Fitzroy House / Save this picture!© Dianna Snape + 14 Share 2012 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/333433/north-fitzroy-house-am-architecture Clipboard North Fitzroy House /Save this projectSaveNorth Fitzroy House / “COPY” Houses ArchDaily Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/333433/north-fitzroy-house-am-architecture Clipboard CopyHouses•Richmond, Australia Year: Australia Area: 205 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs: Dianna Snape Save this picture!© Dianna Snape The owners approached us with a common question. Is it feasible to extend a semi-detached dwelling on a narrow site ? The benefit this property had over comparable detached dwellings was the opportunity to build two levels directly on the party wall. This opened up an array of spatial possibilities allowing a ground floor extension of a new kitchen, dining, meals and living, and on the first floor, a master bed, workstation and en-suite. Save this picture!© Dianna Snape Recommended ProductsPorcelain StonewareCeramiche KeopeCeramic Tiles – BackPorcelain StonewareCosentinoSurfaces – Dekton® Chromica CollectionPorcelain StonewareApavisaFloor Tiles – RegenerationPorcelain StonewareGrespaniaPorcelain Tiles- CoverlamThe response to the heritage overlay was one of complimentary difference. We searched for forms and materials that would create a relationship with the existing building but ultimately end up in a contemporary expression that would make no apology for being new. The resultant form is a black, single pitched volume that extrudes along the site reflecting same angle as the existing tiled roof, and switching dramatically in direction at the rear, responding to adjoining neighbours sun access and opening up to a north facing rear garden. Save this picture!© Dianna Snape The materials and new colours from the existing heritage portico are used internally and externally in the new addition. These common materials serve to bind the two parts together, reinforcing the idea that both old and new, so different in era and style, are borne of the same substance. An important part of the owners brief was a separate dining area screened from the kitchen that would still maintain a spatial connection. This is the first space entered when leaving the old building. It is intended as a night time space, being the deepest into the site and is surrounded by a tactile combination of materials including white bagged brickwork referencing the face brickwork at the front of the building, white painted timber cladding connecting to the painted timber soffit of the portico, glossy white steel plate, exposed polished concrete, charcoal timber shiplap cladding and a timber veneer drinks cabinet. During the day, skylights and long windows wash perpendicular walls, so the space receives a reflected and ambient glow of light. Save this picture!© Dianna Snape At the core of the extension is the kitchen with void above, which connects a first floor master bedroom and en-suite in a lofty mezzanine. The kitchen is a timber insertion into a white space, and includes a solid timber island bench that doubles as a meals table connecting directly to the living area. A double height wall alongside the stair has large windows placed at the north end to flood it with clear and coloured light, and a long window running the entire western side, creates ever-changing patterns of direct and reflected light throughout the afternoon and evening. The living area is fully glazed to the northern garden and the first floor the en-suite above sits in a deep white recess for privacy, enjoying a high pitching ceiling that opens the space up to the sky and nearby trees . Save this picture!Ground Floor PlanThe design was the product of a fluid working relationship between the clients and architect with the clients embracing new ideas with enthusiasm. Good communication between everyone led to a pleasurable design process and a building that emerged on the other side with its integrity intact. The extension that eventuated from what was a narrow site feels spatially generous and tactile materials combined with ever-changing qualities of light have created a series of interconnected spaces that are a pleasure to spend time in.Project gallerySee allShow lessVideo: Diller Scofidio + Renfro talk Hirshhorn “Bubble” on The Creators ProjectArticlesAurinkokivi School Awarded Proposal / Rudanko+KankkunenArticles Share Architects: AM Architecture Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” CopyAbout this officeAM ArchitectureOfficeFollowProductSteel#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRichmondHousesAustraliaPublished on February 18, 2013Cite: “North Fitzroy House / ” 18 Feb 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Lead Architects: Landscape Architecture: Interior Designer: United States Houses ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/904637/house-of-fir-kt814-architecture Clipboard House of Fir / kt814 architecture Alex Everett Building City:JacksonCountry:United StatesMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© David AgnelloRecommended ProductsPorcelain StonewareApavisaFloor Tiles – RegenerationWindowsVitrocsaMinimalist Window – SlidingWoodEGGERLaminatesWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensText description provided by the architects. To Jackson Hole, Wyoming locals, the timeless beauty of the Grand Tetons is a revered landmark. Rich Assenberg and Nathan Gray, of kt814 architects, took this into account when designing this passive house inspired home. Sustainability, low maintenance costs, privacy and unobstructed views were priorities. The homeowners, Phil and Carol Schoner are retired, and now spend ample time volunteering for the National Park Service. Carol was a chemist for Proctor & Gamble for 20 years and Phil worked as a chemical engineer. After living in a mobile home for 10 years, they sought to build a home in close proximity to their grandchildren, and to allow for easy aging-in-place by incorporating universal design.Save this picture!© David AgnelloA series of three Douglas fir and cedar-clad, connected pavilions compose the architecture on the two and a half-acre parcel. The first, a large main house with kitchen/dining and open living room. Second, a pavilion that is broken with an office space that showcases a guest studio with a bedroom and bath. The final structure shifts direction to the west–to block traffic from the main road–creating a private pocket of space for the master wing of the home with views of The Sleeping Indian mountain range, complete with a garage and mudroom attached.Save this picture!© David AgnelloOne of the challenges in the design was to position the home so it blocked the surrounding houses in the area to provide privacy, and in return, offer sweeping, unobstructed views. The glass entry way deliberately draws attention to the magnificent Teton Range beyond. The winged exterior walls block the houses to the north, while as you travel through the hallway, the main circulation of the home, it purposefully hides all the homes to the east and west.Save this picture!© David AgnelloAdhering to passive house design, kt814 incorporated strategies such as an airtight double wall system with super insulation, hydronic radiant-floor heating, and high-performing FSC-certified Thermo Clad Pine triple-glazed windows from Zola Windows. The strategically positioned southern facing windows with the four foot overhang receive winter gains, yet keep the buildings’ thermal mass in the shade in the summertime. The couple lost power this past winter and the house stayed comfortable for four consecutive days in the brutal Wyoming cold when temperatures reached well below zero.Save this picture!A5.1_Wall SectionThe rich dark-brown vertical Douglas fir exterior siding, from Montana Timber Products, melds into the native woody sage-brush tones and harmonizes with a lighter Cedar in intermittent horizontal bands around the house. The sloping winged walls have mitered corners and nails laid out in perfect dimensions.Save this picture!© David AgnelloThe clean and modern interior finishes–by local designer, Jacque Jenkins-Stireman–echo the home’s exterior architecture making it seem even more spacious. The kitchen cabinet doors, dining table, master bedroom furniture, custom built-in office desk and entryway bench are fabricated from a mixture of walnut, mimicking the same hue as the façade’s Douglas fir. The homeowners’ son-in-law, Alex Everett handcrafted many of the custom pieces.Save this picture!© David AgnelloProject gallerySee allShow lessRoyal Alberta Museum / DIALOGSelected ProjectsCOOKFOX Studio / COOKFOX ArchitectsSelected Projects Share CopyHouses•Jackson, United States Architects: kt814 architecture Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officekt814 architectureOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesJacksonUnited StatesPublished on November 01, 2018Cite: “House of Fir / kt814 architecture” 01 Nov 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. 21 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 18 January 2008 | News Ieg’s Complete Guide to Sponsorship: Everything You Need to Know About Sports, Arts, Event, Entertainment and Cause Marketing
Volunteers’ Week 1-7 June 2009Young adults aged 18-25 from across the UK have a ‘once in a lifetime’ opportunity to travel to a developing country with a free volunteering project, Platform2.The £10 million scheme is aimed at raising awareness of global development among young British adults from less advantaged backgrounds who would not normally be able to afford to volunteer overseas. Advertisement The three-year scheme, funded by the Department for International Development, invites 2,500 participants to experience the reality of development work in countries including South Africa, Ghana, Peru and India.During their 10-week placement, volunteers live and work in local communities on a range of projects including teaching children in schools, conservation programmes and construction work. Volunteers live with local families and are encouraged to interact with the community and learn about the issues faced by people in their host country.On their return to the UK, the volunteers attend three-day residential workshops where they share their experiences and learn how to raise awareness of development issues within their own communities. Many Platform2 participants have become involved in local volunteer work once back in the UK.Douglas Alexander, Secretary of State for International Development, said: ‘This scheme aims to give young British adults the chance to make a valuable contribution to the lives of people overseas who are blighted by poverty. By living and working with people from very different backgrounds, facing very different challenges, they will learn new skills and help unlock the potential within them to become better global citizens.’For more information on Platform2, or to apply, visit www.myplatform2.comEndsFor photos or press information contact Amanda Burney at Christian Aid on 0800 9886828 or email [email protected] to editorPlatform2 empowers 18-25 year olds in the UK to make a real difference to the lives of those in poor countries, through volunteering abroad and raising awareness of development issues back home. It benefits the individual taking part as it gives these young volunteers the opportunity to use their skills, talents and creativity in the host nation and highlight development issues on their return.Volunteers will spend 10 weeks in developing countries such as Ghana, South Africa and Peru at no financial cost to them, as this scheme is funded by the Department for International Development.Platform2 is a global volunteering experience from the Department for International Development and run by Christian Aid and BUNAC (British Universities North America Club)Find out more about Platform2 atwww.myplatform2.com About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Volunteering Howard Lake | 26 May 2009 | News Extra-ordinary volunteering: young people experience life in the developing world 16 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
Subscribe Community News Make a comment Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Business News Top of the News The Weekly Crime Summary is a list of reported auto thefts, burglaries, robberies and other activities occurring in the City of South Pasadena. An alert and well-informed citizen makes you less of a target to a criminal. Remember; call the South Pasadena Police Department to report any suspicious activity.STOLEN VEHICLE5-28-16, midnight to 9 AM, 300 block of Monterey. ’00 Honda Civic.RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY• 5-29-16, 3:00 PM to 5-30-16, 8:00 AM, 500 block of Fremont. Suspect(s) finds hidden house key to gain entry and take loss. LOSS: Furniture and key.• 5-28-16, 10:50 PM to 11:36 PM, 300 block of Pasadena. Suspect gains entry to victim’s residence by breaking a kitchen window. LOSS: Firearms, jewelry.• 5-26-16, 1:30 PM, 1100 block of Foothill. Suspect removes the window screens of two different apartments and attempts to enter the residences. SUSPECT DESCRIPTION: Male, White, 40 years, red short hair, white tank top, blue jeans.CONTRIBUTING TO THE DELINQUENCY OF A MINOR5-31-16, 3:03 PM, 800 block of Rollin. Officers respond to suspicious subjects in a vehicle. Officers discover beer cans inside and outside vehicle. SUSPECTS ARRESTED: S1 – Male, White, 21 years, Los Angeles, S2 – Female, Juvenile, S3 – Male, White, 21 Years, Los Angeles.THEFT• 5-31-16, 12:00 PM to 5:30 PM, 1100 block of Fair Oaks (Jenny Craig). Suspect(s) enter business and take loss from unattended front counter drawer. LOSS: Cash.• 5-31-16, 4:48 AM to 4:51 AM, 600 block of Camino Cerrado. Suspect(s) enters victim’s unlocked vehicle and ransacks it. LOSS: None.• 5-31-16, 7:00 PM to 7:03 PM, 1100 block of Fair Oaks (Vons). Suspect places loss in coat and walks out without paying. LOSS: Liquor(recovered). SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, Hispanic, 55 years, La Puente.• 5-31-16, 5:14 PM, 1100 block of Fair Oaks (Vons). Suspect enters store and takes loss. Employee sees suspect exiting store without paying for loss. Officers locate suspect a few blocks away. Suspect is also found to have an outstanding warrant. LOSS: Groceries (recovered). SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, Hispanic, 44 years, Los Angeles• 5-31-16, 5:05 AM to 5:08 AM, 1800 block of Via Dey Rey. Suspect(s) enters victim’s unlocked vehicle and takes loss. LOSS: Credit card, paperwork, cash.• 5-30-16, 10:06 AM, 1100 block of Fair Oaks (Vons). Suspect takes loss and leaves store without attempting to pay. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, Black, 27 years, Compton.• 5-25-16, 7:50 PM, 1200 block of Fair Oaks (Pavilions). Suspect places loss in backpack and leaves store without attempting to pay. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, Hispanic, 37 years, Los Angeles. LOSS: Alcohol (recovered).• 5-25-16, 8:45 PM, 1100 block of Fair Oaks (Vons). Suspect takes loss and leaves store without attempting to pay. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, Hispanic, 37 years, Los Angeles. LOSS: Alcohol (recovered).• 5-21-16, 6:00 AM to 5-26-16, 9:04 AM, 1600 block of Raymond Hill. Suspect is a transient and uses power from water tank. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, Hispanic, 55 years, Pasadena. LOSS: Utilities.• 5-15-16, 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM, 800 block of Fremont (Green Brooms Music Academy). Suspect takes victim’s unattended loss. LOSS: Laptop.FRAUD BY FALSE PRETENSE5-26-16, 11 AM, 700 block of Fair Oaks. Suspect contacts victim via telephone and claims to be a billing agent from Southern California Edison. Suspect claims that victim owes money and the power will be shut off unless the money is paid off immediately. Victim purchases a gift card and gives the information to suspect.IDENTITY THEFT/CREDIT CARD FRAUD/CHECK FRAUD• 5-27-16, 5:25 PM, 1900 block of Hanscom. 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News UpdatesLockdown 3: Orissa HC Extends Interim Orders Passed By It & Courts Subordinate To It Till June 18 [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK5 May 2020 4:47 AMShare This – xIn view of commencement of third phase of the lockdown, a division bench of the Orissa High Court comprising of Justice CR Dash and Justice SK Panigrahi has extended all interim orders passed by the High Court and by the courts subordinate to it, that expired subsequent to March 24, till June 18, 2020. The bench has also put in abeyance, any orders of eviction, dispossession or…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 view of commencement of third phase of the lockdown, a division bench of the Orissa High Court comprising of Justice CR Dash and Justice SK Panigrahi has extended all interim orders passed by the High Court and by the courts subordinate to it, that expired subsequent to March 24, till June 18, 2020. The bench has also put in abeyance, any orders of eviction, dispossession or demolition, anticipatory bail, parole, bail granted under Section 439 of CrPC, etc. till June 18. Further, filing of written-statements has been deferred, unless specifically directed, till June 18. The directions have been passed to ensure that the litigants and citizens do not suffer on account of their inability to “approach the court of law”. The order draws strength from the plenary power of the Court under Article 226 of the Constitution, power of superintendence under Article 227 of the Constitution, inherent power over criminal matters under Section 482 of CrPC, power of superintendence over criminal courts under Section 483 CrPC and inherent power over civil matters under Section 151 of CPC. As per the order, “That all interim orders / directions issued or protection granted including any order requiring any compliance by the parties to such proceedings, passed by this Court or any court subordinate to it or any Family Court or Labour Court or any Tribunal or any other Judicial or Quasi Judicial forum in the State of Odisha, over which this Court has power of superintendence, which were subsisting as on the date of commencement of national lockdown, shall stand extended till 18th June 2020.That it is further directed that the interim orders or directions of any court in the State, which are not of a limited duration and were meant to operate till further orders, shall continue to remain in force until modified / altered / vacated by specific order of the court concerned in a particular case.Filing of written-statement or return in any Suit or proceeding pending before any Civil Court or any other forum, unless specifically directed, shall stand extended till 18th of June, 2020. It is however clarified that, if the parties are in a position to file such written-statement or return, they may file it before such date, i.e. 18.06.2020.That it is further directed that the orders of eviction, dispossession, demolition, etc. passed by this Court or any court subordinate to it or any Tribunal or judicial or quasi judicial forum, shall remain in abeyance till 18th of June 2020.Interim protection given in all the anticipatory bail applications by the High Court or Sessions Court for a limited period, which are likely to expire by today or has expired in the meantime, shall stand extended till 18th of June, 2020. However, any party aggrieved by the conduct of the accused on such interim protection, may move the Court in seisin over the matter for cancellation of the interim protection, if prejudice is caused to him / her.All the interim bail granted under Section 439, Cr.P.C. by the High Court or Sessions Courts and limited by time-frame specifying an expiry date, stands extended till 18th of June, 2020, subject to the condition that, on every 10th day from today the defence counsel shall file a petition supported by affidavit before the competent court in seisin over the matter, to the effect that the person on interim bail is not abusing his/her liberty and he/she is living within the jurisdiction of the Court. If the 10th day falls on a holiday, such affidavit may be filed on the re-opening day succeeding next.Parole granted to a person through orders passed by a Court exercising the criminal jurisdiction and limited by time-frame specifying an expiry date, stands extended till 18th of June, 2020, subject to the condition specified in Point No.(ix).Unless there is necessity of arrest for maintenance of law and of course order, in a cognizable offence prescribing sentence up to seven years imprisonment, the police should not be in a hurry to arrest the accused without complying with the provision of Section 41(A), Cr.P.C. This shall be effective till 18th June, 2020. (This is however not an interdict or a direction to curb power of the police to arrest, but on the face of the crisis, an advisory to be followed by the police so far as it is practicable and possible).It is further directed that the State Government or any of its Department or any Municipal Corporation / Council / Board or any Gram Panchayat or any other local body or any other agency and instrumentality of the State shall not take any action for eviction, and demolition in respect of the property, over which any citizen or person or party or any Body Corporate has physical or symbolic possession as on today till 18th June, 2020.That, it is further directed that, any Bank or Financial Institution shall not take action for auction in respect of any property of any citizen or person or party or any Body corporate till 18th June, 2020.That it is further directed that if the Government of Odisha and/or any of its Department and/or functionaries, Central Government and/or its departments or functionaries or any Public Sector Undertakings or any Public or Private Companies or any Firm or any individual or person is/are, by the order of this Court or any Court subordinate to it or the Tribunals, required to do a particular thing or carry out certain direction in a particular manner in a time frame, which expired or is going to expire at any time, during the period of lockdown or the extended lockdown, time for compliance of such order shall stand extended up to 18th June 2020, unless specifically directed otherwise.” Further, in order to dispel ambiguity, it is clarified that: Those interim orders, which are not for a limited duration and are to operate until further orders, shall remain unaffected.In case extension of interim orders causes undue hardship of any extreme nature to any party, it would be at liberty to seek appropriate relief before the competent forum.Directions vide Point No.(ix) shall have no effect if the State is required to resort to eviction or demolition for any urgent public purpose in the larger interest of the public. In its order, the High Court also endorsed the tough yet “well conceived” decision of imposing the lockdown, to minimize the effects of the pandemic. “Law abidingness, however, has never been a natural habit of a part of the population. Irresponsibility is writ large when it comes to conforming to certain sets of discipline and order. In such a situation, locking down the entire country to keep the people safe was probably the only remedy available, though outcome of a very tough and difficult decision,” the bench remarked. Case Details: Case Title: Bijaya Kumar Ragada v. State Of Odisha Case No.: WP (C) 9095/2020 Quorum: Justice CR Dash and Justice SK Panigrahi Appearance: Petitioner in person; Advocate General Ashok Kumar Parija, President of the HCBA Gopal Krishna Mohanty and Asst. Solicitor General AK Bose (for Respondents) Click Here To Download Order Read Order Next Story
News UpdatesTelangana High Court Extends Operation Of All Interim Orders One Final Time Sparsh Upadhyay30 Nov 2020 8:52 PMShare This – xThe Telangana High Court on Wednesday (25th November) extended the operation of interim orders passed by this Court, as well as by the District and other Subordinate Courts till Wednesday (11th December 2020). Taking suo-moto cognizance of the prevailing extraordinary circumstances, the Full bench of the Telangana High Court issued the said order dated 25th November to extend…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 Telangana High Court on Wednesday (25th November) extended the operation of interim orders passed by this Court, as well as by the District and other Subordinate Courts till Wednesday (11th December 2020). Taking suo-moto cognizance of the prevailing extraordinary circumstances, the Full bench of the Telangana High Court issued the said order dated 25th November to extend interim orders passed by the High Court till 11th December 2020. Earlier, the bench had extended its interim orders till 30th November. The full bench of Chief Justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan, Justice M. S. Ramachandra Rao and Justice A. Rajasheker Reddy took this decision and said that it was extending its order dated 08-06-2020 till 11-12-2020. It may be noted that by order dated 08.06.2020, Telangana High Court had passed the following orders: “Considering the beginning of the spread of COVID-19, considering the Nationwide Lockdown announced by the Government of India for a period of twenty-one days, with the effect from 25.03.2020, by Order dated 27.03.2020, this Full Bench had extended the stay orders passed by this Court, as well as by the District and other Subordinate Courts, and had also barred the execution of any decree by the Executing Courts. Despite the lapse of two-and-a-half-month, the Nationwide Lockdown and the State Lockdown continues, although the Lockdown has been rolled back to a certain limited extent. But, nonetheless, the Courts have not started functioning at full throttle. Therefore, there is a dire need to extend the Order dated 27.03.2020, as the Order has already expired on 07.06.2020. It is brought ‘to the notice of this Court that in many cases, the parties have given certain undertakings, but due to the Lockdown, the undertakings cannot be implemented by the party, despite its bona fide intent.ion. Meanwhile, the opposite parties are taking advantage of the party which is given the undertaking. It is also creating certain difficulties for the parties before the Courts. Therefore, this problem also needs to be addressed by this Court. Considering the present situation, and considering the fact that the Courts may not be in a position to work in the physical form totally till 15.07.2020, the Order dated 27.03.2020, is extended till 15.07.2020. This Order would also include the undertakings given before the Courts shall stand extended till 15.07.2020. This Order would not preclude con·sideration of Applications, in case the Applications are disposed of. This Order would not a bar to the disposal of the Applications. However, in case the Applications are disposed of, this Order shall cover the contingency. List this case on 14.07.2020.” Importantly, the High Court has “made (it) abundantly clear that thereafter (after 11th December), the parties, wishing to seek the extension of their stay order, are required to approach the concerned Court. With these observations, this Writ Petition shall stand closed.” It implies that there won’t be any further extension of the interim orders and this is the last time, that the HC extended the life of the interim orders. Background It may be noted that the High Court in its 1st notification (Roc.No.394/SO/2020, dated 27.03.2020) had issued certain directions, one such direction was with regard to the interim orders of the High Court passed in Suo-motu W.P. No. Urgent 1/2020 namely automatic extension of interim orders till 07.06.2020 etc., and the same were extended from time to time till 30.11.2020. For the convenience of our readers, we are providing the link of the order dated 27-03-2020 (containing directions issued by the Telangana High Court to all the subordinate courts, Tribunals, Telangana State Legal Services Authorities, Mediation and Arbitration Centre, High Court Legal Services Committee and Telangana State Judicial Academy. Also, the link of the order dated 27-03-2020 (in the matter of Suo-motu W.P. No. Urgent 1/2020) regarding the extension of Interim Orders and Abeyance of Execution Orders is also being attached.Click here to download order[Read Order]Next Story