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Allahabad High Court Takes Suo Moto Cognizance On Report About Missing Children Of Couple Released After Imprisonment In False Case

first_imgNews UpdatesAllahabad High Court Takes Suo Moto Cognizance On Report About Missing Children Of Couple Released After Imprisonment In False Case Akshita Saxena18 March 2021 8:11 AMShare This – xThe Allahabad High Court has taken suo moto cognizance of the plight of a couple, released from imprisonment 5 years after battling a false charge of murder, only to find that their two children who were lodged at a Protection Home are missing. A Division Bench comprised of Justices Sanjay Yadav and Jayant Banerji has registered a case titled “In Re A Case Looking For Justice” 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 Allahabad High Court has taken suo moto cognizance of the plight of a couple, released from imprisonment 5 years after battling a false charge of murder, only to find that their two children who were lodged at a Protection Home are missing. A Division Bench comprised of Justices Sanjay Yadav and Jayant Banerji has registered a case titled “In Re A Case Looking For Justice” and has issued notice to the State Government, asking the Additional Government Advocate to file a response and the status report by the next date. The Bench has taken cognizance of a letter sent to it by a Mumbai based Advocate, drawing the Court’s attention to a report of Times of India on the misery of Narendra Singh and Najma. The Agra based couple, arrested in connection to the murder of a five-year old boy in 2015, were victims of a shoddy investigation by the local Police. In its order acquitting the couple, the Court of Additional District and Sessions Judge noted that the then sub-inspector did not even try to find out the real culprit and proceeded to file a charge sheet against the couple. The order stated, “The evidence tendered by Inspector in charge reflects his negligence and indifference to the investigation through which he, instead of tracing the actual culprit(s), tried to take credit for quickly completing the investigation and filing a charge sheet.”The order further recorded that the prosecution evidence was shaky and no case was made out against them.  As per the ToI, the couple now claims that their two children, a son who was five years old at the time and a daughter aged three at the time, are missing. As per the report, the children were sent to an orphanage/ protection home at the time of their parents’ arrest. On being released, the couple has been unable to locate their children and has filed a complaint in this regard with the concerned SSP.The matter is fixed for hearing on April 26. Click Here To Download Order Read OrderNext Storylast_img read more

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Fruta’s U-19 football League continues today

first_imgby Ras WadadaMORE exciting action in the 12-team Invitational U-19 football League, organised and run by Fruta Conquerors, will continue this evening at the Tucville Community ground with another double-header.The opening game, set for 17:00hrs, will showcase joint Group ‘A’ leaders Eastville FC against GFC in their first appearance of the competition. Eastville and Santos FC top Group ‘A’ with a win and a draw on 4 points each and the identical goal difference +1. The young ‘Bourda Blues’ outfit will be aiming for a winning start after a belated beginning.The second game at 19:00hrs will also be a Group ‘A’ affair where Buxton United go in search of their first win after a 2-2 tie with Linden’s Botofago in their opening encounter. Their opponents, Tavelles’s Academy, are seeking their first points after losing 2-1 to Eastville in the League’s opening match.Home team Fruta Conquerors have been all-conquering in Group ‘B’ with emphatic wins versus Pele FC and Order and Discipline by 8-0 and 6-0 margins respectively. The other side in the Group with a perfect record are Black Pearl FC who have 3 points from their 3-1 win against Western Tigers.The other team in the group, Uitvlugt Warriors, like the Tigers, have a solitary point from their drawn game but the Warriors have a game in hand.last_img read more

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Cashel – Emly U21 semi final rescheduled for Sunday

first_imgPhoto © Tipp FM Last nights West U21A Hurling Championship Semi-Final between Cashel King Cormacs v Emly-Treacys was postponed and is now re-fixed for Sunday November 26th at 2pm in Sean Treacy Park.last_img

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“Virtual visits” to doctor’s office being expanded by MercyOne North Iowa

first_imgMASON CITY — MercyOne North Iowa Medical Center says they’re expanding their Virtual Visit capabilities due to the coronavirus crisis. MercyOne North Iowa senior vice president Dr. Teresa Mock says a virtual visit allows patients to meet with their doctor without leaving the comfort and security of their home.   “Virtual visits are telemedicine. They can be used for routine appointments to evaluate and to renew medication prescriptions. There are many visits that we would have not done virtually in the past that we can do virtually now.” Mock says if you have an upcoming appointment you can call your MercyOne healthcare provider and find out if a virtual appointment would be appropriate. “If you have an appointment with one of the clinics, call the clinic and see if it can be done as a virtual appointment, if it’s appropriate for that. That keeps you out of the hospital, out of the clinics, and helps you to socially isolate at home.” Virtual visits are covered by insurance including Medicare and Medicaid during the COVID-19 crisis. To learn more about Virtual Visits, please go to  www.mercyone.org/northiowa/for-patients/virtual-visits. To determine whether Virtual Visits are appropriate for your condition, please contact your provider’s office.last_img read more

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