“He’d found some recipe, and he wanted to do sea bass with a couple of sides,” David Venancio said. “I remember after shopping for it — it was $120 or something — and the grandparents came over, and everyone said, ‘Oh, it’s fantastic,’ and of course the next day, he wanted to do it again, and I’m, like, ‘This isn’t going to work.’ ” … [Read more...] about 14-year-old Woodbury cook makes his mark at pop-up dinners at some of the Twin Cities’ fine restaurants
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CLEVELAND, OH - JULY 20: Eric Trump kisses his wife, Lara Yunaska, hand on the third day of the Republican National Convention on July 20, 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump received the number of votes needed to secure the party's nomination. An estimated 50,000 people are expected in Cleveland, including hundreds of protesters and members of the media. The four-day Republican National Convention kicked off on July 18. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images) … [Read more...] about Lara Trump thanks furloughed workers for their ‘sacrifice’
Justice Quadri further made it clear that it should not amount to a second review petition and the curative petition (as the name itself suggests) shall be admissible only on two grounds i.e., violation of principles of natural justice i.e., passed without hearing the party and if the judge failed to disclose his connection with the subject matter or the parties i.e., apprehension of bias. … [Read more...] about The Last Chance After Last Chance – Curative Jurisprudence
The order passed by the learned Single Judge virtually amounts to a command to the lower Courts to ignore or even flout the time–bound directions issued by superior Courts. The above order has overlooked certain practical aspects of the sentencing discretion exercised by the superior Courts. Prosecutions under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act are never considered to be as serious as prosecutions for offences under I.P.C. or other penal statutes. That is presumably why the appellate or revisional Courts while confirming the convictions under the Negotiable Instruments Act, are lenient in the matter of sentence and very often, exempt the convict from the punishment of incarceration. Such sentencing gestures by way of moderation are shown by the appellate or revisional Courts usually behind the back of the complainants on the justification that as long as his share of recompense in the form of adequate compensation is paid to him, he … [Read more...] about Is it “petition allergy”, “application phobia” or “motion disgust”?
A charge sheet was filed against person “A” in 2010 after the Central Government granted sanction to prosecute him on 10.02.2010. During the course of arguments on charge in February 2012, it was brought to the notice of the court that the sanction order was defective as there was no compliance of Section 45(2). The prosecuting agency was unaware of the amendment to Section 45, which required the sanction granted by the Central Government to be independently reviewed by an Authority set up in this regard. In fact, up until that time – that is two years since cognizance was taken erroneously – no Authority as contemplated under Section 45(2) had been set up. It was elicited during cross-examination that the State was made aware of the need to set up an independent review authority only after the Director of Prosecution sent out an advisory based on our arguments on charge. … [Read more...] about Understanding The Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967