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Karnataka High Court Issues Notice On Plea Against The Appointment Of N R Santosh As Political Secretary Of CM Yediyurappa

first_imgNews UpdatesKarnataka High Court Issues Notice On Plea Against The Appointment Of N R Santosh As Political Secretary Of CM Yediyurappa Mustafa Plumber1 Dec 2020 8:40 AMShare This – xThe Karnataka High Court on Tuesday issued notice on a public interest challenging the appointment of N R Santosh as political secretary to the Chief Minister B. S. Yediyurappa. A division bench of Chief Justice Abhay Oka and Justice S Vishwajith Shetty while issuing the notice to respondents returnable on January 11, 2021, said “​Is there any provision for appointing a…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 Karnataka High Court on Tuesday issued notice on a public interest challenging the appointment of N R Santosh as political secretary to the Chief Minister B. S. Yediyurappa. A division bench of Chief Justice Abhay Oka and Justice S Vishwajith Shetty while issuing the notice to respondents returnable on January 11, 2021, said “​Is there any provision for appointing a political secretary.” The notice was issued while hearing a petition filed by Advocate S Umapathi. Arguing in person he submitted that the third respondent (N R Santosh) is occupying a public office post with Cabinet status, though he is not legally entitled to continue as such is in gross violation of law. The petition states that Santosh who is a relative of the Chief Minister, was appointed on June 22, on issuance of note by Yediyurappa to the Department of Personnel and Administrative Services. It is further submitted that though all the offices in Vikasa Soudha are public offices yet the office of the third respondent (Santosh) is fully staffed by political workers who are working in the office as if they are government servants without any authority of law. The petition states that there is no legislation by the assembly of the state codifying the method of appointment, functions and perks of a political secretary. Not even proper rule or regulation has been framed in exercise of Executive powers for creating the post of political secretary. Accordingly the exercise of the Chief Minister to create the post of political secretary to accommodate his relative and political followers of his party is unconstitutional and liable to be set aside. The plea prays for directions to call for entire records and files of the second respondent (Department of Personnel and Training) pertaining to the appointment of respondent 3 and issue a writ of quo warranto, prohibiting the respondent 3 (santosh) from exercising the duties as political secretary.Click Here To Download Petition[Read Petition]Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

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Central US bracing for severe weather outbreak

first_imgABC News(NEW YORK) — At least 20 tornadoes have been reported over the last 24 hours from Texas to Nebraska as more severe weather targets the central U.S.The Plains and Midwest are bracing for a storm outbreak this week that’s likely to include damaging wind, hail and tornadoes. Flash flooding also remains a significant threat.Yet another system is heading from the Rockies into the Plains by midweek, with greater tornado risks possibly seen as early as Tuesday.Throughout the next few days, this outbreak of severe weather is expected to deliver massive amounts of rainfall from Texas all the way up into the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley regions, which could see more flash flooding as well — especially toward the end of the week.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

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Feature: The “Mile” High Club

first_imgThe Oxford RevueOxford’s comic troupe is gracing the Mile again, and with a new show “X” which incorporates the best of their shows this year, along with some new material. With such a talented cast, laughs are expected – but it will be interesting to see if they’ve developed any new material after the mixed reviews in response to their recent collaborative effort with the Footlights and those failed glory hunters the ‘Durham Revue’ (‘Doxbridge’: what a joke…). Consistency expected. I’m a Lab Rat, Get Me Out Of Here! Oxford’s in house playwright Tom Campion pulls another one out of the bag: this time focusing on the world’s first televised drug trial in which five subjects have signed their life over to experimentation. It’s a fairly tongue in cheek look at reality TV, thankfully not taking itself too seriously. An extremely strong cast with some very familiar names involved. Highly Recommended. t’s that time of the year again. Thesps all over Oxford are frantically scouring the OUDS website in search of a ‘free’ ticket to the Fringe: a whole array of shows are heading north in search of the coveted ‘out of Oxford’ fame which may or may not land them with an agent and a fat wad of cash. The stage calls, darling: the boards of the Underbelly and C-Venues lure the darkly pseudo-arty side out of every student that even thought about doing a GCSE in graphic design; the glow paint and skinny jeans are donned in an attempt to ‘scene’ themselves up in time for all those hours they’ll be spending flyering the ‘Mile’. Summer’s here and with it come rushing all the ideas you couldn’t get away with during term time: forget Faustus, screw Shakespeare – let’s get experimental, baby. Here’s a look at what the ivory towers and dreaming spires will be sending the ‘Burgh this August. Raz-Mataz “Raz-Mataz. Post-punk posturing, rock’n’roll swaggering, ice caps melting and a celebration of all the living left to be done. The Ruskin School of Art and Oxford’s Experimental Theatre Company invite you to throw yourself off that velour lounger and into the shiznit”. Explanation: electro DJs, dancing, art and a huge, glow-paint-coloured culture clash. Still confused? Go and find out for yourself: I will. MonstersRipping apart American sheen culture from the inside out, this darkly comic/comically dark piece of new writing will force the audience to seek answers to probing questions such as the nature of reality and whether Father Christmas really exists. An exciting play with a hugely talented cast, this is once not to be missed. The Oxford ImpsWhat needs to be said? It’ll be great fun: we’ve seen it before, we’ll go again and again. The Fringe won’t know what’s hit them. Go for a (sort of) night off the weirdness. Robin Hood and the Golden ArrowJoin Robin and his merry men and help Sherwood’s legendary outlaw outwit the wiles of the putrid Sherriff of Nottingham and his devious cousin Guy of Gisbourne to win the archery tournament and the heart of his fair lady Marion. The usual Robin Hood shenigans, except the audience has the opportunity to pelt the lead role with rotten eggs. Fun for all the family, then. Go for some light relief from some of the rather more strange things which will be going on. Xenu is Loose:Xenu has escaped his eternal prison and is out to destroy the Earth! Only two young Scientologists can stop him, but will they be able to learn enough to defeat his super-advanced alien powers? “A laser-toting, totally brand-new rock musical based on the beliefs of The Church of Scientology. Alien invasion, human purity and a potential legal-battle-waiting-to-happen combine to deliver a spectacle of galactic proportions!”Tom Richards and Stewart Pringle’s latest piece should be as much of a success as last year’s ‘Top Gun: The Musical’, which sold out within seconds (almost). Don’t miss it: the future of mankind depends on it. Play On WordsHaving won awards in both Oxford and London, Tom Crawshaw’s ‘Play On Words’ goes up to Edinburgh and is sure to cause a stir with some of the critics. Described as a ‘tragi-comedy of quick witted punning and theatrical high-jinx’, it will be interesting to see how the play has developed since it’s run post-NWF. Certainly worth a visit.last_img read more

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