News UpdatesMathura District Court Admits Appeal Against Order Dismissing Suit Seeking Removal Of Idgah Mosque From Site Claimed As Krishna Janam Bhoomi Sparsh Upadhyay16 Oct 2020 5:09 AMShare This – xThe Mathura District Court on Friday (16th October) admitted the appeal filed against the order of Civil Judge, Mathura, dismissing the suit for removal of Masjid Idgah, allegedly built on the land of Shrikrishna Janam Bhoomi.The District Judge Sadhna Rani Thakur on Friday (16th October) has issued notices to Uttar Pradesh Sunni Waqf Board, Trust Masjid Idgah, Srikrishna Janamsthan Trust and…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 Mathura District Court on Friday (16th October) admitted the appeal filed against the order of Civil Judge, Mathura, dismissing the suit for removal of Masjid Idgah, allegedly built on the land of Shrikrishna Janam Bhoomi.The District Judge Sadhna Rani Thakur on Friday (16th October) has issued notices to Uttar Pradesh Sunni Waqf Board, Trust Masjid Idgah, Srikrishna Janamsthan Trust and Sri Krishna Janam Bhoomi Seva Sangh. The Matter has now been posted for further hearing on Thursday (19th November).Background of the CaseEarlier, on Monday (12th October) the Mathura District Court had summoned all Court records with respect to the Shrikrishna Janam Bhoomi Case. Thereafter, the Court of District Judge had posted the matter for hearing on Friday (October 16, 2020) i.e., today.Notably, this civil appeal, which has now been admitted, was preferred by ‘Bhagwan Srikrishna Virjman’, through next friend Ranjana Agnihotri, ‘Shree Krishna Janmbhoomi’—the place of birth of Lord Shree Krishna and six devotees.The Appellants have submitted in the civil appeal that the Civil Judge was wrong in dismissing their suit inasmuch as they are worshippers of Lord Shri Krishna and they have the right to assert their right to religion guaranteed by Article 25 of the Constitution to have Darshan and perform puja at the actual birth of place of Lord Krishna which is at present beneath the structure illegally raised by Muslims.”It is the right and duty of the worshippers to make every endeavour to bring back the lost property of the deity and to take every step for the safety and proper management of the temple and the deities property,” it has been submitted in the Civil Appeal.Notably, the appeal avers that the Civil judge (in its 30th September order) mentioned that compromise had been entered into between Trust Masjid Idgah and Krishna Janamasthan Trust, whereas the Plaintiffs had clearly stated in the plaint that the compromise was made between Shri Krishna Janmsthan Sewa Sangh and Trust Masjid Idgah; and Shri Krishna Janmasthan Trust was not a party to the compromise and it had not filed the suit.Therefore, it has also been alleged in the civil appeal that the impugned judgment is stated to be based upon the wrong assumption of fact and suffering from non-application of mind.The appeal, which has now been admitted by the District Court, Mathura was filed through Advocates Hari Shankar Jain, Vishnu Shankar Jain & Pankaj Kumar Verma.Civil Judge’s Order delivered on 30th SeptemberThe Civil Court, while dismissing the suit, had observed that such type of suits is instituted through Shebait, however, the court had noted that the present suit had not been instituted through Shebait.The Court had noted that Shree Krishna is considered to be the Avtar of Lord Vishnu, and there are infinite number devotes of Shree Krishna in the whole world.Importantly, the Court had further opined that if each and every devotee is allowed to institute such suits, it would Jeopardize the Judicial and Social System.The Court had remarked that to allow the plaintiffs to institute the suit, on the basis of they being the devotees, isn’t Justified and is legally untenable and the institution of the suit by the devotees is not allowed in the eyes of Law.Noting the aforesaid, the Court had come to the conclusion that the plaintiffs in the present matter did not have the right to sue and so there was no base to register the case and hence it deserved dismissal.Averments in the appealDisputing this reasoning of the Court, the Appellants in their appeal have submitted that a suit cannot be rejected on the ground that several others may also approach the court.They pointed out that the Court below “failed to take notice of the provision of the order 1 rule 8 CPC and that the court in the appropriate case has the power to treat any suit as representative suit when the interest of numerous persons are involved.” (emphasis supplied)Significantly, the Civil Court had also remarked that the Appellants herein do not have a ‘Right to sue’.Challenging this finding, in the appeal it has been submitted,”The question regarding the right to sue cannot be decided in a summary manner. At the time of admission of suit the Court cannot decide the suit suo moto the question of the right to sue. Even the court below did not call upon the counsel for the plaintiffs to address on the point of locus standi.”Plaintiffs before the Court and The disputeThe first Petitioner, i.e. the deity himself was described as minor, juristic person who can sue and be sued through shebait and in his absence through next friend.The second plaintiff was ‘Shree Krishna Janmbhoomi’—the place of birth of Lord Shree Krishna, which as per the Plaintiffs has “special significance” in religious scriptures as well as under Hindu law.The other plaintiffs were the devotees.It was alleged that in 1968, the Society Shree Krishna Janamasthan Seva Sangh entered into a compromise with the Committee of Management of Trust Masjid Idgah, conceding a considerable portion of property belonging to the deity to the latter.Disputing the legality of this compromise, the Plaintiffs had submitted:”That it is relevant to mention that Shree Krishna Janmasthan Seva Sangh has no proprietary or ownership right in the property of Katra Keshavdev which stood vested in the deity and the Trust.”It was further contended:”The original karagar i.e. the birthplace of Lord Krishna lies beneath the construction raised by the Committee of Management i.e. Trust Masjid Idgah. The true fact will come out before the Court after excavation.” Next Story
As the 2015 auto buying season continues to heat up, many credit unions are reaping the benefits of this year’s activity. One of those credit unions that has experienced stellar results is Alabama Credit Union. So in part two of our Auto Lending Performance series, we invited Alabama CU’s CLO Benson Bolling (one of the coolest names in the biz) on the program to give us the inside scoop on their success — and some practical advice for those looking to achieve similar results. continue reading » 7SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Consumers who have bank accounts have gotten used to paying for everything with a debit or credit card. People might carry some cash, but they rarely spend it.But there’s some research which suggests that paying for things with cash makes you think about the purchase more because the transaction is more real. You don’t see the money going out of your bank account and into the cash register with a card. You do when you hand over cash in exchange for whatever you’re buying.Writing in the Journal of Consumer Research, researchers in Canada and the U.S. suggest paying with greenbacks might even make you appreciate your purchase more.“While the convenience of going cashless is undeniable, it comes with an inadvertent downside – we tend to value purchases less when using a card than when we pay via the more ‘painful’ methods of cash or check,” the authors write. continue reading » 20SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Ever since the CARES Act passed and credit unions learned their members would be receiving economic impact payments (EIPs), the NAFCU Compliance Team has been getting questions about handling these incoming ACH files and checks. One common question that has come up is whether deceased individuals are eligible for EIPs and what a credit union should do if it receives an EIPs payable to a deceased member. Yesterday afternoon, the IRS provided clarity on this issue.In the updated EIP FAQs, the IRS explains in question 10 deceased individuals do not qualify for EIPs. The IRS did not provide a bright-line rule regarding the date of death of the individual and instead is relying on the date of payment. If the individual “died before receipt of the payment,” they are not eligible. The IRS further notes EIPs paid to deceased individuals “should be returned to the IRS by following the instructions about repayments.”The repayment instructions are outlined in question 41. The instructions explain how an individual should return an EIP to the IRS based on where they live. For uncashed checks, the payee should void the check and return it to the IRS. For cashed checks and ACH transactions, the payee should mail a personal check to the IRS.So, what does this guidance mean for your credit union? The IRS guidance does not place any requirements or obligations on credit unions regarding EIPs paid to deceased individuals. Instead, the guidance is addressed to the individual who received the EIP. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »
According to the report, El Paso officials have a “backlog of 85 bodies,” and Judge Ricardo Samaniego is seeing evidence that hospitals are not in a position to handle the continuing surge of cases. “It doesn’t look good. It may be as much as 20 per day the next two to three weeks. There might be more and more an incline of deaths.”Meanwhile, according to KFOX, Republican officials, under Gov. Greg Abbot, sued to have Judge Samaniego’s order struck down. Judge Samaniego’s order was upheld by a district court judge on Friday, but that, and a rising body count, has not deterred Republican officials from pursuing this decision in the Eight Circuit Court of Appeals. Trying to save human life is not the Republican Party brand. Think about that for a minute.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
FT : Liberty 1 – 0 RTUA late winner handed Liberty Professionals a 1-0 win over bottom side, Real Tamale United on Sunday in the Glo Premier League.Selorm Geraldo got the match winner at the Carl Reindorf Park.The result further compounds RTU’s already troubled campaign as they have now lost 12 times this season.Still winless, the Tamale-based side have conceded 34 goals so far and have only five points to their credit.FT : AshGold 0 – 1 Wa All Stars Wa All Stars recorded their first ever Premier League win at the Len Clay Stadium where they edged AshantiGold 1-0 on Sunday.The Blues needed a 17th minute goal in the first half from striker Michael Mensah, signed on from Asante Kotoko during the second transfer window to pick all their three points.The Miners still chasing their first win under new coach Bashir Hayford, who has only picked one point from a possible six point.FT : Arsenals 2 – 1 Tema YouthBerekum Arsenals boosted their chances of escaping relegation on Sunday when they defeated Tema Youth 2-1 in the Glo Premier League. The rare win leaves Arsenals, just four points adrift the other teams in safety.Former Hearts of Oak winger Douglas Nkrumah handed the Berekum side the match winner in the 83rd minute.It was the visitors, Tema Youth who drew first blood at the Golden City Park when Isaac Nyarko scored in the 17th minute before Ibrahim Dauda canceled it out in the 37th minute.FT : Medeama SC 1 – 1 Hearts of OakMahatma Otoo scored a second half equaliser that lifted Hearts of Oak out of the bottom three of the Glo Premier League on Sunday. The goal by the former national U-20 captain handed the Phobians a share of the spoils in their 1-1 draw with leaders, Medeama at the T&A Park.Joseph Gordon put Medeama ahead in the 29th minute as the Mauves started strongly before an expectant home crowd.The socreline stayed at 1-0 in the first half though the Phobians came close to drawing level before the half ended.But in the second half, the tide swung in Hearts’ favour before Otoo struck the equaliser, his eighth goal in the Premier League this season.FT : Chelsea 0 – 1 Amidaus (Saturday) Amidaus Professionals after their bright start to the second round of the Glo Premier League were brought to ground on Saturday by Berekum Chelsea.The Tema side, who were at their best in their commanding 3-1 victory last weekend over RTU, were defeated 1-0 by Chelsea at the Tema Park on match-day-17.Abdul Basit got the match winner for Chelsea to lift them up the log to second place.The defeat has cost Amidaus, who are making their premiership debut a top-four place as they drop to fifth on the standings.FT : Heart of Lions 1 – 0 Dwarfs
14 May 2016 France take early lead over England It’s first blood to France! The visitors took the honours in the opening session of this weekend’s international with a 2½-1½ win over England in this morning’s foursomes at Formby Golf Club, Lancashire.It was a hard-fought morning, played under sparking blue skies, and three of the four games went to the 18th. The early advantage went England’s way and the team was up in all four matches over the opening holes, but the French gradually made ground and finished strongly.However, the pairings of Josh Hilleard/Scott Gregory and Ashton Turner/James Walker made sure that England stayed in touch before the singles session.Hilleard and Gregory (pictured) secured England’s winning point with a very solid performance which included five birdies and took them to 3up after 14 holes – and which then helped them withstand everything France could throw at them.Their opponents began a fightback in dramatic style on the 15th, where they were lucky to find their ball in deep rough, chipped out sideways – and then holed the shot to the green for a birdie three. The next two holes were also won by France, but the England pair played beautifully on to the 18thgreen and secured a 2 hole win after their opponents bunkered their approach.Turner and Walker halved their game with very gutsy golf. They led for the first 12 holes of the match, but had dropped two behind after 15. But they were far from finished: they won the short 16thwith a birdie, held on for a half on 15 where they completed a remarkable up and down when Walker holed a nasty, downhill six-footer; and won the 18thafter their opponents went out of bounds.In the top game, the writing was perhaps on the wall when the French pair holed a 40-footer on the first for a half. However England’s Alfie Plant and Bradley Moore made a good start to their game and were still all square after 13. But the French closed them out with a run of par, par, birdie and a 3/2 scorelineJamie Bower and Paul Kinnear were involved in an intensely close match and held a one-hole lead after 16 holes. But the French birdied the 17thto get on level terms and won the 18thwith a par after the England ball caught a greenside bunker.“It was what we anticipated,” said England captain Kevin Tucker. “We knew it would be a tight, hard match.”His advice to his players for the singles is simple: “Play your own game, you are well prepared, keep playing as you have prepared.”Image © Leaderboard Photography.
Louise Harrison, older sister of the late Beatle George Harrison, is working to Help Keep Music Alive—the music her brother spent his life creating.Today, Harrison’s music is being learned and performed by young, aspiring musicians in schools all across the country.Harrison was in New York City this week to promote a recently released CD of music the Beatles recorded 50 years ago when they made their first studio recordings in Hamburg, Germany.And while she is on the media circuit, Harrison is taking the opportunity to raise awareness about her latest effort to promote music education through her organization, Help Keep Music Alive.The nonprofit organization raises money for school music programs via performances by a Beatles tribute band, the Liverpool Legends, which travels to high schools and colleges.Help Keep Music Alive, were George’s words, his sister noted, and this work will be “carrying on in the spirit of what he wanted.”Harrison, who was speaking from New York by telephone on Tuesday (the 10th anniversary of George Harrison’s death from cancer), said this program grew out of a public service announcement George did in conjunction with the 1995 movie “Mr. Holland’s Opus”, about a dedicated high school music teacher, in which George stressed the importance of education and encouraged young people to take their musical aspirations seriously.The program, still in its very early stages, would like to partner with schools that have performance spaces capable of holding 800 or more, arranging a Liverpool Legends appearance at the school with band members portraying the Fab Four during various stages of their career. The Liverpool Legends will incorporate some of the school’s students into their show, giving the young artists a showcase, and the proceeds from the performances, with the exception of expenses, would go to the educational institution.The band has performed for schools four times so far, with two taking place in Chicago last weekend. And at one of the shows, Harrison said, a 16-year-old musician approached the “George” character afterwards saying, “This is an evening that I will be able to tell my grandchildren.”“It was really, really gratifying,” to hear that, she said.And who knows what that student may achieve one day, she observed.Louise has lived in the U.S. since around 1963, but still possesses that distinctive Liverpool lilt, that, for those of a certain generation, immediately conjures up images of John, Paul George and Ringo in the skinny suits and mop-top haircuts of the early ‘60s. Louise told of her brother’s beginnings in music. When George was about 14 he saw an early performance of Elvis Presley on TV, “with the girls screaming and everything,” and it struck him, Louise said. A few nights later George approached his mother and asked, “Hey, Mum, do you think you could buy me a guitar? I think that is the kind of job I could do.”“A typical 14-year-old boy’s idea, let me do something that would make all the girls scream,” Louise said. With the guitar, he continued to hone his playing his entire life and career. “All the time, his whole life, he was saying, ‘I hope one day I could be good at this,’” she recalled.That early innocence and vitality and raw energy is on this CD, “The Beatles with Tony Sheridan: First Recordings 50th Anniversary Edition, Louise explained. And that is reflected on the CD’s cover with the four band members (with Peter Best, in the days before Ringo joined as drummer), clad as American rockers in Brylcreem-ed hair, leather jackets, white tee shirts and leather jackets, expressing their joy in early American rock and roll.“You get a sense they were starting to get to be pretty proficient musicians,” when you listen to this recording, she said.And from there they grew and matured as artists, spreading a musical message that still resonates today, 40 years after the breakup of the band.“Their message was just so positive,” Louise said, “to encourage people to be loving and caring about each other, to care about the home you live in, the planet that we live on,” she explained, “and to try to live together in peace and harmony.”“All these things, they’re messages that have been given to humanity throughout the ages,” Harrison noted.All you need is love.
OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Hawaiian spiker Shar Manu-Olevao unloaded 29 points for Cocolife.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next With a pair of imports clawing till the end, Sta. Lucia Realty yanked a victory out of Cocolife’s grip Tuesday night.Bogdana Anisova and Marisa Field combined for 55 points to power the Lady Realtors’ climb from two sets down to a 23-25, 22-25, 25-12, 25-23, 15-7 win in the Chooks to Go-Philippine Superliga Grand Prix at Filoil Flying V Centre.ADVERTISEMENT Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene MOST READ Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Anisova accounted for 35 points, most of them in the third set when the Lady Realtors jolted back to life after yielding thefirst two frames.When the Asset Managers were trying to come back in the fifth, Anisova hammered five while Field dropped four of the Lady Realtors’ final nine points to preserve just their second victory in seven matches.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSBack on the throneField, who missed two matches due to injury, banged in 20 points, while Fil-American hitter Mar-Jana Phillips chipped in 11 as team captain and setter Djanel Cheng opened up the scoring lanes for the Lady Realtors with 30 excellent sets.The Lady Realtors tied the Iriga City Oragons who, like them, are trying to avoid getting pitted against the top team. LATEST STORIES View comments Nat’l team vet Norwood savoring every moment playing for PH Don’t miss out on the latest news and information.
Mumbai, Jun 27 (PTI) Top men shuttlers Kidambi Srikanth and H S Prannoy were today felicitated by the IDBI Federal in Hyderabad and also presented with the prize money under their programme, Quest For Excellence, in association with national badminton coach Pulella Gopichand.Srikanth bagged back to back mens singles titles at the Indonesian Open Super Series Premier tournament and the Australian Open Super Series event and was rewarded with a total cash award of Rs six lakh for these two magnificent feats by IDBI Federal, a media release said.Prannoy was presented with a prize money of Rs 2 lakh for his super display at the Indonesia Super Series Premier event in which he stunned Rio Olympics silver medallist Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia and reigning Olympic champion Chen Long in successive matches to reach the mens singles semi finals.”By winning two titles in two weeks, Srikanth is slated to break into top 10 rankings next week. He has made the country proud by this historic feat,” said Karthik Raman, Chief Marketing Officer, IDBI Federal.”We are confident that Quest For Excellence will prove to be a great support to the sport and will help bring many laurels for our country,” he said further. PTI SSR NRB BAS