[Chhatth Pooja] Supreme Court Issues Notice In Plea Requesting Permission Of Rituals On Rabindra Sarovar
Top Stories[Chhatth Pooja] Supreme Court Issues Notice In Plea Requesting Permission Of Rituals On Rabindra Sarovar Sanya Talwar2 Nov 2020 5:01 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court on Monday issued notice in a plea by Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA) requesting permission for performing Chhath Puja at Rabindra Sarobar.A bench comprising Justices RF Nariman, Navin Chawla & Krishna Murari heard the plea which challenged the National Green Tribunal’s order rejecting permission on September 17, thereby upholding its previous order…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 Supreme Court on Monday issued notice in a plea by Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA) requesting permission for performing Chhath Puja at Rabindra Sarobar.A bench comprising Justices RF Nariman, Navin Chawla & Krishna Murari heard the plea which challenged the National Green Tribunal’s order rejecting permission on September 17, thereby upholding its previous order banning performance of any ritual at the water body.Senior Advocate Rakesh Dwivedi told the court that the petition was regarding a balance between religious rights and saving the environment. He sought permission from the court to perform Chatth Pooja on November 20 with conditions.Dwivedi said, “In terms of its own order, the Tribunal had allowed performing of the Chhath Pooja on Rabindra Sarobar in 2017 subject to 15 conditions. Unfortunately, the ban was effectuated again in terms of a newspaper report, without looking at the videography”.When the bench said that it shall issue notice and post the matter with a similar plea on November 16, Dwivedi sought interim orders for performing the rituals, stating that the same can be allowed basis the earlier conditions.”By the time, it will be too late. Arrangements etc. have to be made,” he said.However, the bench proceeded to post the case on November 16.An NGT order dated November 15, 2017 had banned all festivities in and around Rabindra Sarovar, allowing it only for that year.The NGT (Eastern Zone) had, inter alia, strictly prohibited night time matches/tournaments in the Rabindra Sarobar Stadium & Performance of any Puja, community picnic or organisation of other social events in and around the Rabindra Sarobar Lake. Further new construction or extension of existing building without the leave of the Tribunal was also prohibited.However, the order was completely violated during the Chhat celebrations of 2018 when over 40,000 people entered the Lake and offered puja.On October 14, 2019 the NGT directed the government of West Bengal to ensure that there was no violation of its 2017 order banning any ritual for Chhat puja or other religious festivals at the site.Click Here To Download Order Next Story
“Zagorski mlinci” has been awarded the European protected geographical indication, the European Commission published in the Official Journal of the European Union L 168 on June 25, 2019.Thus, “Zagorski mlinci” are entered in the register of protected designations of origin and protected geographical indications and protected throughout the European Union.The geographical area of production of “Zagorje mills” includes the area of Hrvatsko Zagorje, ie the entire area of Krapina-Zagorje County, the entire area of Varaždin County and the peripheral parts of Zagreb County bordering Krapina-Zagorje and Varaždin County, ie municipalities: Brdovec, Marija Gorica, Pušća, Dubravica, Luka , Jakovlje, Bistra and Bedenica.Croatia now has 23 agricultural and food products whose name is registered in the European Union as a protected designation of origin or a protected geographical indication. In addition to the name Zagorski mlinci, the following are registered: Krk prosciutto, Extra virgin olive oil Cres, Neretva mandarin, Ogulin sauerkraut / Ogulin sauerkraut, Baranja kulen, Lika potatoes, Istrian prosciutto / Istrian prosciutto, Drniš prosciutto, Dalmatian prosciutto, Poljički soparnik / Poljički zeljannik Krk olive oil, Korčula olive oil, Pag lamb, Šolta olive oil, Varaždin cabbage, Slavonian kulen / Slavonian kulin, Međimurje meat ‘from Tiblica, Slavonian honey, Lika lamb, Istria and Pag salt. For these products, the EU mark of protected designation of origin or protected geographical indication on the packaging guarantees the consumer the purchase of an authentic product. More information The process of protection of the name “Zagorski mlinci” began in September 2016, when the Association for the Protection, Preservation and Promotion of Traditional Zagorje Products “Tradition of Zagorje” submitted a request to the Ministry of Agriculture to protect the geographical indication. In April 2017, the Ministry of Agriculture issued a Decision on the transitional national protection of the name “Zagorski mlinci”, and in June of the same year a request was sent to the European Commission for the registration of the name at the level of the European Union.The simple recipe of “Zagorje mills”, which contained only flour, salt and water, was passed down through the generations in the families of Hrvatsko Zagorje and has remained until today. The recognizable appearance and fragile texture of “Zagorje mills” is due to the specific way of baking the dough on flat or rounded hot plates, which lasts only a few minutes. Baking mills on such plates is a traditional way of baking “Zagorje mills”, just as it used to be baked on ovens in Zagorje houses.”Zagorski mlinci” is a product that, after being prepared, is traditionally served with roasted poultry meat, so in almost all records related to the way of consuming “Zagorski turkey”, it is stated that it is served with “Zagorski mlinci”. Both products belong to the most important autochthonous products of Hrvatsko Zagorje and are found in almost all tourist, gastronomic and other publications related to Hrvatsko Zagorje, and together they form a recognizable combination – the “main dish” of Hrvatsko Zagorje, most often called “Zagorje turkey with grinders”.”Zagorski mlinci” is a bakery product prepared from wheat smooth flour type 550, water and salt from which a thin, rolled and hand-stretched dough up to 2,5 mm thick is made. The stretched dough is then cut into rectangular pieces, which are baked in two stages on hot plates and dried until done. The finished product “Zagorski mlinci” is a thin, baked dough of rectangular shape with possible uneven edges, white-yellow color, flat and in some places slightly raised surfaces with characteristic, sometimes burnt protrusions (bubbles) light brown, brown to black color due to swelling of the dough baking. Before consumption, “Zagorski mlinci” are manually broken into smaller pieces and poured over with boiled water, after which they should be left to stand for a short time. They are then drained, traditionally seasoned with hot baking fat and can be consumed.”Rarely does anyone have such a complete story – turkey and grinders, both protected. We expect that the picky European market will recognize our products, but also that manufacturers will be able to form an adequate price for that market.. Through the Entrepreneurship Center, we will make a proposal to the Ministry of Agriculture that they also subsidize the increase in production. “, concluded the prefect of Krapina-Zagorje County, Željko Kolar.”The Ministry of Agriculture wants to increase the number of producers participating in the system of control of protected products. Given that entering the control system for producers means a certain financial cost in the Rural Development Program of the Republic of Croatia for the period 2015-2020, we have envisaged Measure 3, which is intended for new producers of protected agricultural and food products, and in which they are fully recognize and finance product control costs. Also through this measure, co-financing of various promotional activities carried out by producer groups is envisaged. Thus, we are trying to increase the number of manufacturers, and thus products and their promotion, which will certainly facilitate the placement of products outside the borders of the Republic of Croatia. I call on our manufacturers to protect as many products as possible, because that way their products also get added value” pointed out the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture, Tomislav Tolusic. Photo: Ministry of Agriculture
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Irving’s future with the Celtics has become highly speculated after the guard’s second season in Boston, and there have been rumors that Irving could land with the Nets, Lakers or Knicks in free agency. Boston acquired Irving in a blockbuster trade with the Cavaliers in August 2017. He carried his team to the Eastern Conference semifinals during 2018-19 after the Celtics finished the regular season with a 49-33 record. Related News Kyrie Irving free agency rumors: Nets clear cap space, are ‘serious contender’ to sign star Kyrie Irving free agency rumors: Chances star returns to Celtics are ‘low’ Celtics’ Danny Ainge will ‘never regret’ Kyrie Irving trade despite free agency rumors The chances of Kyrie Irving returning to the Celtics seems to be more and more unlikely as free agency nears. According to The Athletic, which cited unidentified league sources, the six-time All-Star will not opt into his $21.3 million deal for next season and will instead become a free agent. He will be eligible to sign a new contract either with Boston or another team. The report adds that the Celtics were expecting this move ahead of his option date. Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge said earlier this month that no matter what happens with Irving in free agency, he doesn’t regret making the decision to trade for Irving.“There’s always risk in making deals. We’re not afraid of risks,” Ainge said (per bostonherald.com). “We made a risk by trading for Kyrie. And no matter what happens with Kyrie, I’ll never regret that. Just move on to the next deal.”The Celtics entered the season as favorites in the East, but Boston fell out of the playoffs after losing to the Bucks 4-1 in its semifinals series. “The whole Kyrie thing, it’s unfortunate that one person gets credit or blame for a team’s failures,” Ainge said. “We had a lot of reasons why the team didn’t succeed this year. And Kyrie deserves his share of the blame but not any more than anybody else. There’s a lot of guys that didn’t handle things the right way.”Irving, who previously spent six seasons with Cleveland, averaged 23.8 points and 6.9 assists for Boston this season.NBA free agency starts June 30 at 6 p.m. ET.
Pattaya Sports Club Association President Jaroon Kasemsantitham inspects the repairs needed at the dilapidated public service point with Pol.Lt.Col. Adisorn Kongkoy – Inspector (suppression), Pattaya Police Station responsible for Koh Lan, explaining about the leaking roof and needed rain gutters to collect rainwater. Please Support Pattaya MailPattaya Sports Club Association President Jaroon Kasemsantitham led the July 10 trip to the tourist island that has been hit hard by Pattaya’s economic slowdown. He was joined by Pol. Lt. Col. Adisorn Kongkoy and other police officers and club members.Pattaya Sports Club Association in cooperation with Pattaya Police Station donated 200 sets of survival bags to help 20 families of bed ridden patients.The group loaded their relief boat with 200 bags of goods worth about 40,000 baht total and brought them to Mai Samran Temple for distribution. It was actually the sports club’s first charity mission on Koh Larn and was spearheaded by social welfare Chairwoman Noi Emmerson who knew of the hardship island residents were facing and suggested the PSC reach out.About 150 bags were given out at the wat, with another 50 delivered to homebound elderly and sick people.Police brought the group to a community center where lunch was prepared. It became obvious to club members that the facility needed fixing, so it was added to the club’s to-do list.The PSC has allocated 100,000 baht a month to buy rice and dried food to distribute to area’s needy. Another 200,000 baht likely will be needed to repair the community center.A policeman points to an area that needs repair at the public service point. Pattaya Sports Club Association President Jaroon Kasemsantitham, Noi Emerson – Chairwoman of Social Welfare, Pol.Lt.Col. Adisorn Kongkoy – Inspector (suppression), Pattaya Police Station, Pol.Lt. Thongin Panyanam – Sub-inspector (suppression) donate survival bags to help Koh Lan residents.The Pattaya Sports Club teamed up with Pattaya police to donate 200 bags of food and necessities to help struggling and bedridden people on Koh Larn. Loading…Sponsored ContentFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoJason Statham Bought And Sold A Multi-Million Dollar HouseFascinating Ceilings From Different Countries Promoted Contentbrainberries10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without RechargingbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimebrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?brainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your Phonebrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoobrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MorebrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?brainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?brainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Artbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Yearbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries10 Risky Jobs Some Women Dobrainberriesbrainberries
LITTLE SILVER – The Red Bank Regional Educational Foundation (RBREF) will present its fourth annual Day at the Races from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28 at Monmouth Park.The afternoon has been planned as a family event of horse racing, good friends and food at the Monmouth Park Reserved Picnic Area.Tickets are $50 per person; $25 for RBR faculty, staff and hall of famers; $10 for students, ages 13-18; and free for children 12 and younger. Tickets include admission, racing program and pen and a gourmet lunch. Light spirits and soft drinks are included.New this year for an additional $5, guests can enjoy the new miniature golf course located at the track.The event also will feature a 50/50 and sponsored RBREF race, after which, the 50/50 winner will have his or her picture taken in the winner’s circle.Monmouth Park is located at 175 Oceanport Ave. in Oceanport.All proceeds will fund the RBREF mission of providing grants to support a wide range of educational enrichment, much of which is not included in an increasingly tight school budget.Tickets are limited – last year’s event sold out – and can be purchased online at www.rbrhs.org/Community/EF/events.aspx or by contacting RBREF president Paul Noglows at 732-345-0447 or emailing to [email protected] comcast.net.Since 2008, the education foundation has put to work nearly $100,000 in the classrooms of Red Bank Regional High School with all money raised used to directly enhance education at RBR.
Neil Drysdale1621313%$140,220 Victor Espinoza3244313%$321,960 Mark Glatt1843322%$152,576 Jack Carava720029%$25,930 (Current Through Friday, Jan. 9) Richard Mandella921122%$71,170 Carla Gaines1432021%$175,155 Doug O’Neill302337%$146,180 ESPINOZA A WINNER DESPITE ECLIPSE SNUBLast year, Victor Espinoza recorded victories in the Santa Anita Derby, the KentuckyDerby and the Preakness, and posted solid efforts in the Belmont Stakes and the Breeders’ Cup Classic, Grade I races all. He was the regular rider of three potential champions and was a giving and gracious ambassador of the sport, but he won’t win an Eclipse Award as Outstanding Jockey of 2014.What’s a man to do?When you’re not one of the three finalists for the honor, to be announced Jan. 17 at Gulfstream Park Racing and Casino, you can’t win. The three finalists are Javier Castellano, Joel Rosario and John Velazquez.“I’m a little disappointed,” said Espinoza’s agent, Brian Beach, “because his body of work over the entire year, from January to December, was pretty good, and it wasn’t just a one-horse show.“He rode the winners of nine Grade I stakes and was tied for third with Castellano in that category. He went to Royal Ascot and won a race there, and he did a lot of good things for racing throughout the year.“There are four Eclipse Award finalists that Victor was a big part of (American Pharoah and Hootenanny, 2-year-old male; Take Charge Brandi, 2-year-old filly; and California Chrome, 3-year-old male and Horse of the Year).“I don’t know how that stacks up in the history of Eclipse voting, whether there ever were three horses that won Eclipse Awards one jockey had ridden regularly, but it’s pretty impressive to me, anyway,” Beach said.Espinoza couldn’t have been more obliging during the Triple Crown run, signing autographs, making public appearances, bantering with David Letterman on “Late Night” TV.“Besides me, we had two or three other people handling all the requests for Victor,” Beach said. “Because he’s bi-lingual, the Hispanic media wanted time with him as well. Victor accommodated every single person and gave one-on-one interviews when he could, all the way until hours before the Belmont.“In addition to Letterman, he rang the bell on Wall Street for the traditional stock market opening, did all the things he was asked to do, and was such a good sport about everything.“Because this was his second time experiencing the Triple Crown (the 42-year-old Espinoza won the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness in 2002 aboard War Emblem), I think this time he was trying to enjoy it more. The first time, I don’t think he knew what to expect.”WARREN‘S VENEDA ‘OUTRUNS HER PEDIGREE’Warren’s Veneda isn’t in the exclusive company of Clubhouse Ride, a $22,000 bargain who has earned more than $1 million, but the 5-year-old mare is doing all right for a homebred.The California-bred daughter of Affirmative, owned by and bred by Benjamin C. Warren and trained by Craig Lewis, who also conditions Clubhouse Ride, has earned $407,012 with five wins, three seconds and five thirds from 19 starts.Lewis hopes she’ll add to her bankroll when she runs in Sunday’s $75,000 Paseana Stakes for older fillies and mares at 1 1/16 miles.“She’s outrun her pedigree, that’s for sure,” Lewis said. “Not bad for a handshake deal. She’s better than an empty stall. That was a heartbreaker there,” Lewis said, referring to the chestnut’s head defeat last out in the Bayakoa Stakes at Los Alamitos Race Course Dec. 6.The field: Legacy, Edwin Maldonado, 12-1; Valiant Emilia, Rafael Bejarano, 10-1; Zilber, Tiago Pereira, 20-1; Tiz Midnight, Victor Espinoza, 8-5; Warren’s Veneda, Tyler Baze, 3-1; My Sweet Addiction, Mike Smith, 3-1; Eblouissante, Gary Stevens, 10-1; and Taste Like Candy, Kent Desormeaux, 9-2.FINISH LINES: Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner Texas Red, an Eclipse Award finalist for top male 2-year-old of 2014, worked seven furlongs at Santa Anita Saturday in 1:17.80, handily from the gate. Hall of Fame jockey Kent Desormeaux was aboard for his brother, Keith, who trains the son of Afleet Alex, ticketed for the San Vicente Stakes at seven furlongs on Feb. 1 . . . From HRTV’s Scott Hazelton via Twitter comes word that 2014 Robert B. Lewis Stakes winner Candy Boy, formerly trained by John Sadler, is now being trained by Doug Watson and is a candidate for the $10 million Dubai World Cup on March 28 . . . Drayden Van Dyke, heavily favored to win an Eclipse Award as Outstanding Apprentice of 2014, has dropped his appeal of Nov. 15, 2014 and will serve a three-day suspension Jan. 16, 17 and 18. -30- Mike Smith3265519%$517,561 Martin Pedroza3864516%$198,810 Michael Pender932033%$100,290 Peter Miller2863421%$331,396 J. Eric Kruljac821025%$73,170 CALIFORNIA CHROME WORKS TOWARDS 4-YEAR-OLD DEBUTHorse of the Year finalist California Chrome had an “outstanding” workout at his LosAlamitos headquarters Saturday morning as the Kentucky Derby king prepares for his 4-year-old debut in the $500,000 San Antonio Stakes at Santa Anita on Feb. 7.With regular rider Victor Espinoza aboard and California Chrome wearing blinkers, theCalifornia-bred son of Lucky Pulpit, also up for an Eclipse Award as outstanding male 3-year-old of 2014, went six furlongs in 1:11.60.Alan Sherman, son of and assistant to trainer Art Sherman, termed the move “outstanding. I got him in 1:11 2/5, but the official time was 1:11 3/5,” Alan said.Los Alamitos head clocker Russ Hudak recorded fractional times of 23 1/5, 47 2/5 and 59 1/5. “He looked really good,” Hudak said. “He was kind of being eased up at the finish.”If the stars align properly, the Grade II San Antonio at a mile and an eighth could bring together Bayern and Shared Belief for a Breeders’ Cup Classic rematch in the San Antonio everyone in racing wants to see.Bayern led throughout the mile and a quarter Classic to win by a nose, with Chrome third by a neck and Shared Belief four lengths back in fourth after losing considerable ground due to a rough start.California Chrome, in a weekly work pattern each Saturday, will deviate from his agenda for his next breeze, which will be Monday, Jan. 19, instead of Saturday, Jan. 17.“Mom, Dad and I will be in Florida for the Eclipse Awards next Saturday,” Sherman said. Drayden Van Dyke483476%$231,356 CHROME IN ‘OUTSTANDING’ DRILL FOR SAN ANTONIOESPINOZA TAKES SOLACE IN A JOB WELL DONESTEADY WARREN’S VENEDA EYES PASEANA GOLD Robertino Diodoro921122%$35,610 Eddie Truman320167%$67,080 George Papaprodromou1022220%$72,670 Mike Puype1722212%$100,280 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won Jerry Hollendorfer3175423%$693,602 Gary Stevens1654231%$234,760 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS John Sadler232369%$158,618 Kent Desormeaux3684422%$428,608 Philip D’Amato1423214%$98,160 Jeff Bonde920222%$102,290 Rafael Bejarano491210524%$594,826 Steven Miyadi822025%$56,280 Tyler Baze58821014%$436,548 Peter Eurton2052325%$240,520 Mark Casse1833217%$241,300 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won A. C. Avila720029%$30,210 Corey Nakatani2553320%$246,796 Flavien Prat1630319%$87,330 Joseph Talamo4758611%$385,038 Elvis Trujillo4274417%$363,408