WhatsApp Facebook Linkedin Print Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Email Advertisement LimerickNewsGardai awaiting post mortem results after two men found dead in Limerick within 24 hoursBy David Raleigh – November 7, 2020 11264 GARDAÍ are conducting two separate investigations following the discovery of the bodies of two men in Limerick within 24 hours.At around 12 noon today, gardai and an ambulance crew were alerted to a flat at Watergate, in the city, and discovered the body of a man in his “early 50s”, a garda spokesman said.The man’s body was transferred “to the mortuary at University Hospital Limerick and the local Coroner has been notified”.“The outcome of a post-mortem examination will determine the course of a Garda investigation into the circumstances of the man’s death,” gardai said.On Friday at around 4pm gardaí attached to Henry Street along with another ambulance crew were called to Liddy Street, “following the discovery of a body of a man understood to be in late 40s”.The body was transferred to the UHL mortuary at University Hospital Limerick for a post mortem examination.The results of the autopsy will determine the course of the garda investigation, gardai said.Foul play is not suspected in either case. Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Previous articleChairman of Patrickswell GAA Club pays tribute to Paul CareyNext article€1.25 million Covid grant for Milford Hospice David Raleigh RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick
News UpdatesCaste System Forbidden But Individuals Free To Put Up Display Boards Mentioning Caste Names: Madras High Court Sparsh Upadhyay7 March 2021 5:43 AMShare This – xThe Madras High Court last month observed that private individuals have got the freedom and choice to put up display-boards or other material (even if they contain Caste names) according to their wishes as long as they are not obscene or offensive. The Bench of Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice R. Hemalatha was hearing the plea of one Amuthan who sought directions 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?LoginThe Madras High Court last month observed that private individuals have got the freedom and choice to put up display-boards or other material (even if they contain Caste names) according to their wishes as long as they are not obscene or offensive. The Bench of Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice R. Hemalatha was hearing the plea of one Amuthan who sought directions to respondents to eradicate the caste names which are used in front of the Educational Institutions and Shops and other Establishment in the State of Tamil Nadu, based on his representation. In short, the petitioner raised a grievance related to caste names being used in connection with educational institutions, shops and establishments. At the outset, the Court observed, “While the petitioner’s sentiment may be appreciated, it is difficult for courts to control the activities undertaken by certain individuals unless such activities are downright illegal or criminal.” Significantly, the Court remarked, “The continuation of the caste system under the constitutional scheme of things is completely forbidden. However, there is also an element of freedom and choice left to the private individuals to put up display-boards or other material according to their wishes as long as they are not obscene or offensive.” With this observation, the Court opined that the matter brought to the notice of the Court was not worthy or being carried forward and thus the plea was dismissed. Other notable orders of the High Courts In related news, while dismissing the bail plea filed by some accused in an honor killing case, the Telangana High Court in December 2020 observed that the people of India are victims of social evils, like casteism and honour killings. In 2019, the Madras High Court, while ordering police protection to a couple, had remarked that inter-caste marriages are good for the society in rooting out the caste system. The boy and girl, in this case, belonged to a different caste and they married in spite of stern objections from the latter’s family. As the threats continued even after the couple started living with the boy’s family, they filed a complaint before the police. Again, in 2019, putting an end to a ‘colonial legacy’ the practice of mentioning caste status in criminal proceedings, the Punjab and Haryana High Court had observed that caste system is profoundly illogical and is also against the basic tenets of the Constitution. In December 2020, inquiring about the proposed steps for complete overhauling of the Prison Manual, the Rajasthan High Court had asked the State Government to ensure that the prisoners are not forced to indulge in menial jobs like cleaning toilets etc. merely on the basis of their caste and also that no under trial prisoner is forced to perform such jobs in the prison. In June 2020, while granting relief to a couple who had been separated by the wife’s family on account of caste-based differences, the Gujarat High Court had made significant remarks viz. the social impact of such incidents. The division bench comprised of Justice Sonia Gokani and Justice NV Anjaria observed, “…the caste system in the country is making it more and more difficult for the young people to decide their own life partner and the rigidity in the minds of adults in the family becomes the serious cause of division of human relationship.” Case title – Amuthan v. The State of Tamil Nadu and others [W.P.(MD) No.3570 of 2021] Click here to download the orderRead orderNext Story
Predictions of marine ice-sheet behaviour requiremodels that are able to robustly simulate grounding line migration. We present results of an intercomparison exercisefor marine ice-sheet models. Verification is effected by comparison with approximate analytical solutions for flux across the grounding line using simplified geometrical configurations (no lateral variations, no effects of lateral buttressing).Unique steady state grounding line positions exist for icesheets on a downward sloping bed, while hysteresis occursacross an overdeepened bed, and stable steady state grounding line positions only occur on the downward-sloping sections.Models based on the shallow ice approximation, whichdoes not resolve extensional stresses, do not reproduce theapproximate analytical results unless appropriate parameterizations for ice flux are imposed at the grounding line. For extensional-stress resolving “shelfy stream” models, differences between model results were mainly due to the choice of spatial discretization. Moving grid methods were found to be the most accurate at capturing grounding line evolution, since they track the grounding line explicitly. Adaptive mesh refinement can further improve accuracy, including fixed gridmodels that generally perform poorly at coarse resolution.Fixed grid models, with nested grid representations of thegrounding line, are able to generate accurate steady state positions, but can be inaccurate over transients. Only one full-Stokes model was included in the intercomparison, and consequently the accuracy of shelfy stream models as approximations of full-Stokes models remains to be determined in detail, especially during transients.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich. — Michigan State Police handled 61 calls for service and 10 traffic crashes between April 15 and April 21. Here’s your Alpena Post weekly stats.Troopers handcuffed several people over the past week. Three drivers were arrested for operating under the influence of drugs or alcohol. A minor was caught in possession of alcohol, and two other people for possession of narcotics and open intoxicants.The team satisfied three outstanding warrants, leading to two additional arrests. The Alpena Post patrols Alcona, Alpena, Montmorency, Oscoda, and Preque Isle counties.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Alpena business helps cancer patients with home cleaningNext Reconstruction of Miller Street should end by July