Luke FitzHerbert dies in car accident Tagged with: Recruitment / people Luke FitzHerbert, the respected voluntary and community sector champion and leading light at the Directory of Social Change, has been killed in a road accident.The Directory of Social Change (DSC) announced his death this afternoon, describing Luke, senior researcher at DSC, as “of one of our best loved and most respected employees”.Luke, 69, was killed in a road accident on the afternoon of Sunday 7 January on the A5 and his wife Kay was severely injured and is recovering in hospital. According to Northamptonshire Police, the couple appeared to have been “in the road at the time of the accident.” Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 A DSC spokesperson said: “Our thoughts are with Luke’s family at this sad time.”Luke FitzHerbert worked on behalf of the voluntary and community sector for over 30 years. In October 2005 he won the Award for Lifetime Achievement at the Third Sector Excellence Awards.He contributed to a number of essential fundraising guides and directories including a guide to the major trusts.A fund has been set up in Luke’s memory by the DSC. Cheques payable to “DSC-Luke’s Fund” can be sent by post care of Debra Allcock Tyler, DSC, 24 Stephenson Way, London NW1 2DP.The DSC devoted the front page of its website to Luke today, and began publishing the first tributes from voluntary sector staff.UK Fundraising’s Howard Lake said: “Luke was already one of the major figures on the fundraising scene when I started fundraising in the late 1980s. He was a true leader in the sector – incisive, committed, well-informed and always willing to fight the sector’s corner. His work on the National Lottery funding is just one of his lasting legacies to the sector.“More importantly, he was a kind, decent person, and I know he helped me and thousands of others in the sector with his honest advice and support”.Andrew Hind, Chief Executive of the Charity Commission said: “Luke was a delightful man. He was a truly independent thinker who challenged the status quo. He was passionately committed to the need for the sector to be transparent and accountable and he really believed that the sector’s voice should be heard at all times. He will be sorely missed.” 60 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Howard Lake | 9 January 2007 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
GEEK TO ME: Sites asking to download software may be trying to slip in malware By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 TAGS WhatsApp Pinterest Pinterest WhatsApp >> Jeff Werner is a software engineer and has been writing this column since 2007. Question: When and why have web sites that you are just searching for information asking you to download their complete program first? Sure would not take long to fill a hard drive.– Glenn H.Shalimar, Florida Answer: Glenn, I wrote back to you asking for an example of what you’re talking about, but didn’t receive a response from you. I’m a little concerned that you’re experiencing this behavior, because as you alluded to, it’s not normal. I suspect that something is trying to slip malware past you and is disguising it as a programmatic download during the course of your regular website browsing. Kudos on being alert and spotting it. Having said that, there are some instances where this apparently odd behavior is actually normal. It is increasingly rare for this to be necessary, but there is still the occasional site that needs to actually install software on your computer in order to function. One example I can think of immediately is online virus scanners. The required heuristics and scanning engine and virus signature file must be resident on your computer before it can function. So, although it takes the form of a web page, it’s basically installing a piece of software (albeit temporarily) so it can perform the scan. Imagine what a piece of malware could get away with on your system if you gave it explicit permission to install itself and run! Just remember, malware authors program their trash to say and do anything and everything to convince you to “click here” and get it onto your computer. Just because something calls itself “Mega Awesome Super-Ultimate Virus Killer” doesn’t mean that’s what it actually is. Question: We recently switched from CenturyLink to Cox. We still pay CenturyLink for our email since we will not be able to use our email address once we cancel. We considered using Gmail since we would be able to keep the same email address if we switch internet providers in the future but we have some issues with them. Which provider would be safe to use in case we aren’t happy with Cox? Also, will we lose all of our old emails? And what’s the best way to switch over? Please reply soon as we need to ditch the extra CenturyLink bill.– Arlene L.Niceville, Florida Answer: It is very common these days for people to maintain their e-mail at one of many free e-mail providers, for the exact reasons you gave. People don’t like to be tied to their Internet Service Provider, and the tether of years’ worth of e-mail makes it difficult to pull-up stakes and move your service when and if you decide to. The alternative is to wind up double-billed, as you currently find yourself. I know of around a dozen free e-mail services available on the Internet today, which you can discover for yourself with a simple Google search. Arguably, Gmail is probably the best among them. It has excellent features worthy of either personal or business-class e-mail, including a superior SPAM filter, complete archive and search capabilities, both POP3 and IMAP access, and much more. Gmail is seamlessly and directly supported on all major PC and mobile platforms. In other words, you can send an e-mail at home on your Mac, read the reply on your iPhone, and respond to it on your work PC – all effortlessly, and seamlessly. It just works. One caveat: Gmail (owned by the same company that owns Google) is in the business of information gathering. I have never heard of this information being used for nefarious purposes, but if you don’t like your interests being mined for possible future marketing, then Gmail may not be for you. As for me, I have at least 5 Gmail accounts for both personal and business use, and as far as I know, nothing bad has ever come from them mining my data. As for your old mail, Gmail supports a direct-import function that works with most existing e-mail accounts. From within Gmail you click the gear icon, then “Settings”. On the Settings page, go to the “Accounts and Import” tab. Find “Import mail and contacts” and click on it. Another dialog with an import wizard will open. Carefully follow the instructions, and it will guide you through the steps to import your old e-mail into Gmail. Well, I’ve gone and spent most of my space singing the merits of Gmail, but don’t overlook Yahoo! Mail, Outlook.com (formerly Hotmail), and several other providers. Like Gmail, they offer many features of their own, and best of all, they are free. So, don’t hesitate to try them all, then pick the one you like best. 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‘Non-Cooperation During Investigation Is Irrelevant In Plea For Revocation Of Pardon’: Delhi HC Dismisses ED’s Plea Against Grant Of Pardon To Rajiv Saxena [Read Judgment]
News Updates’Non-Cooperation During Investigation Is Irrelevant In Plea For Revocation Of Pardon’: Delhi HC Dismisses ED’s Plea Against Grant Of Pardon To Rajiv Saxena [Read Judgment] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK8 Jun 2020 10:05 PMShare This – xThe Delhi High Court has held that the condition of pardon of a court approver- to make “full and true disclosure”- applies to the proceedings before the Court, and do not encompass the proceedings during investigation. “Where the purpose of tendering pardon is obtaining of the evidence of the person, by, and before, the Court, the “full and true disclosure”, required to be made…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 Delhi High Court has held that the condition of pardon of a court approver- to make “full and true disclosure”- applies to the proceedings before the Court, and do not encompass the proceedings during investigation. “Where the purpose of tendering pardon is obtaining of the evidence of the person, by, and before, the Court, the “full and true disclosure”, required to be made by the person, to whom pardon is being tendered, has also, necessarily, to be before the Court,” it was held. On this ground, the single-Judge bench of Justice C. Hari Shankar on Monday dismissed the Enforcement Directorate’s plea for revocation of pardon granted to Rajiv Saxena, one of the accused in the VVIP Chooper Scam case. The court observed that the Dubai-based businessman was yet to be examined by the Trial Court, and merely because the Public Prosecutor had issued a “Certificate for revocation of pardon” under Section 308 (1) of CrPC, on the basis of investigation, would not lead to revocation of pardon. “Non-co-operation, during investigation, is not one of the circumstances contemplated, by Section 308 (1), as justifying issuance of certificate by the Public Prosecutor. Quite obviously, this is because the condition, whereunder pardon is granted to the accomplice, is candour before the court, and not candour before the investigating officer,” the court held while terming the certificate of the Public Prosecutor to be a “futility”. Background A Special CBI Court in Delhi had allowed Saxena to turn approver and had granted him pardon on March 25, 2019. The ED had thereafter moved the Special Court in Rouse Avenue Court against the grant of pardon contending that Saxena had exhibited bad faith, and had demurred from making a full and true disclosure of the facts and circumstances of the case, which was one of the essential conditions, subject to which pardon had been granted to him, by the Special Judge. The application however came to be dismissed on March 5 this year as premature, for Saxena was yet to depose before the court as a witness. The present judgment, which in the words of Justice Hari Shankar bears an interplay between Section 306 and Section 308 of CrPC, has been passed in ED’s plea for quashing of the aforesaid order of the Special Court and for revocation of Saxena’s approver status. Legal Provisions Section 306 of IPC empowers a Chief Judicial Magistrate or a Metropolitan Magistrate to tender pardon to an accused at any stage of the investigation or inquiry, on condition of his making a full and true disclosure of the whole of the circumstances within his knowledge relative to the offence. Sub-section 4(a) thereunder stipulates that every person accepting a tender of pardon shall be examined as a witness in the Court of the Magistrate taking cognizance of the offence and in the subsequent trial, if any. Section 308(1) of the Code contemplates trial of a person who has accepted a tender of pardon but in the opinion of the Public Prosecutor has either by willfully concealing anything essential or by giving false evidence, not complied with the condition on which the tender was made. Examination by court is mandatory The High Court has held that both the above provisions, i.e. Section 306(4) and 308(1) are essential for revocation of pardon. It was clarified that examination of the approver, under Section 306 (4) is, “ex-facie, mandatory”. “Examination of the approver, under Section 306 (4) is, ex-facie, mandatory. Thereafter, the proceeding may follow one of two paths. Absent any infraction, by the approver, of the conditions of pardon, the trial of the main offence continues, and the approver is liable to be arraigned as a prosecution witness therein. If, however, the approver breaches the conditions of pardon, by concealing material facts or tendering false evidence, the Public Prosecutor is empowered to so certify, in which case the approver becomes an accused, in respect of the offence for which pardon had been tendered to him, and becomes liable to be tried for the said offence,” the court expounded. Certificate of Public Prosecutor u/s 308(1) CrPC is irrelevant before examination of approver in court The High Court held that concealment of essential facts, or tendering of false evidence, by the approver, has necessarily to relate to his evidence, as recorded “during trial” under Section 306 (4), and cannot relate to his conduct during investigation. Accordingly it held that the certificate of the Public Prosecutor, issued in the present case, was an exercise in “futility”, inasmuch as it was not preceded by the recording of the evidence of the approver, under Section 306 (4), Cr PC. The court held, “Tendering of pardon, to an accomplice, under Section 306 (1), Cr PC, and his conversion, thereby, into an approver, has, inexorably, to be succeeded by his examination, as a witness, under Section 306 (4). It is during the course of such statement, that the Public Prosecutor would be able to discern whether the approver is, or is not, abiding by the conditions, subject to which pardon was tendered in, of making a full and true disclosure of all facts within his knowledge. If the approver is found to have concealed something essential, or to be tendering false evidence, the Public Prosecutor would so certify, under Section 308 (1), whereupon, as the learned ASG correctly submits, the approver would metamorphose into an accused, and would be liable to be tried, separately, in respect of the offence for which he had been tendered pardon, any other offence in which he may be found to be involved, and the offence of providing false evidence (with the leave of the High Court).” It added, “In the absence of any such statement, or evidence, it was not open to the Public Prosecutor to certify, regarding compliance, by the approver, of the conditions of pardon.” This, Justice Hari Shankar said, is essential because there is likelihood that the approver may come clean and disclose all information known to him, before the court; and in such a circumstance, the Public Prosecutor will not have to issue the certificate under Section 308(1). In this backdrop he remarked, “Had the evidence of the respondent been recorded, under Section 306 (4), as statutorily ordained, it is quite possible that he may have come clean, and disclosed all information known to him, without giving any false evidence…The disclosure before the Court is what, therefore, may tilt the scale, one way or the other. Candour, and a clean breast, are, therefore, expected, of the approver, in his evidence before the Court, and, so long as that is forthcoming, no case for invoking, against him, Section 308 (1) of the Cr PC can be said to exist, no matter how much he may have prevaricated during the investigative process.” In fact, it was emphasized that Section 306(1) itself aids in the interpretation of Section 308(1) by clarifying that “the purpose of granting tenure of pardon, to an accomplice-accused, case “obtaining (of his) evidence”. The obtaining of evidence has to be by the Magistrate, Judicial Magistrate, or Magistrate of the first class, tendering pardon; not by the investigating officer.” He also observed that the Certificate of the Public Prosecutor in the present case did not allege that, before the Court, the respondent had concealed anything essential, or had given false evidence. “A holistic reading of the application, filed by the petitioner before the learned Special Judge, reveals that the grievance of the petitioner is, essentially, that the respondent has not cooperated during investigation, and has withheld material in his possession,” the bench said. Distinction of facts simplicitor does not oust application of a precedent In the impugned judgment, the Special Judge had placed extensive reliance on State v. Jagjit Singh, 1989 Supp (2) SCC 770, whereby it was observed that revocation of pardon can only be as per the procedure provided U/s 308 Cr PC which mandates that approver be examined in the Court before revoking the pardon. The ED had claimed that reliance on this precedent was erroneous inasmuch as the present case could be distinguished on the basis of facts. It was pointed out that in that case, observations were made in the context of a situation in which there was no certificate, by the Public Prosecutor, under Section 308 (1). In the present case however, it was submitted that such a certificate exists and thus there is no need for examination of the approver, by a court. Rejecting this argument, the bench observed that no two cases are absolutely identical on facts and the same is not a pre-requisite for application of a Supreme Court precedent on the subordinate courts. In fact, if that were the case Justice Hari Shankar said, precedential value Article 141 of the Constitution would be reduced to a “dead letter”. He held, “It is true that, at times, a single distinguishing fact, may affect, vitally, the applicability of an earlier pronouncement, as a precedent in a later case. Equally true, however, is it that every distinguishing factual circumstance cannot result in evisceration of the precedential value of an earlier judgment. It is also trite, and well settled, that hierarchically lower judicial authorities ought not to seek to escape the precedential value of a pronouncement of the Supreme Court, constitutionally sanctified by Article 141, by relying on factual distinctions, which do not affect the ratio decidendi of the judgment.” The mere fact that the Public Prosecutor has issued a certificate, under Section 308 (1) of the CrPC, even before the evidence of the approver was recorded under Section 306 (4) cannot make any difference to the legal position, the court held. In view of these observations, the High Court dismissed ED’s plea with liberty to the agency to re-approach the Special Judge by an appropriate application, at the appropriate stage. Case Details: Case Title: Directorate of Enforcement v. Rajiv Saxena Case No.: Crl. MC 1477/ 2020 Quorum: Justice C. Hari Shankar Appearance: ASG Aman Lekhi with Spl. Counsel Zoheb Hossain (for ED); Advocates RK Handoo and Rajat Manchanda (for Rajiv Saxena) ClickHere To Download Judgment [Read Judgment] Next Story
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Stockton Police Department(STOCKTON, Calif.) — An 11-year-old girl vanished in Northern California after leaving for school and local police officers believe she may be a runaway.Elianah Nhem was last seen at her apartment in Stockton at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday, Stockton Police Department officials said. Elianah’s mother believes she left to walk to school but she never showed up, according to police.Authorities believe this may be a runaway case though it’s not clear why the 11-year-old might have left home, Stockton Police spokesman Joe Silva told ABC News on Wednesday.Officials do not know where Elianah is but are mostly focusing the search within her neighborhood and near her school, Silva said.Stockton is located about 80 miles east of San Francisco.The “goal here is to locate her and make sure she’s safe — and were asking for the community’s help,” Silva said. “Do the right thing and give us a call because she has family members who are very worried.” School district officials declined to comment.Elianah was last seen wearing a long sleeve black crop top, dark jeans and white Adidas tennis shoes. She was carrying a pink backpack, according to police.Anyone with information is asked to call Stockton police.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.,Stockton Police Department(STOCKTON, Calif.) — An 11-year-old girl vanished in Northern California after leaving for school and local police officers believe she may be a runaway.Elianah Nhem was last seen at her apartment in Stockton at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday, Stockton Police Department officials said. Elianah’s mother believes she left to walk to school but she never showed up, according to police.Authorities believe this may be a runaway case though it’s not clear why the 11-year-old might have left home, Stockton Police spokesman Joe Silva told ABC News on Wednesday.Officials do not know where Elianah is but are mostly focusing the search within her neighborhood and near her school, Silva said.Stockton is located about 80 miles east of San Francisco.The “goal here is to locate her and make sure she’s safe — and were asking for the community’s help,” Silva said. “Do the right thing and give us a call because she has family members who are very worried.” School district officials declined to comment.Elianah was last seen wearing a long sleeve black crop top, dark jeans and white Adidas tennis shoes. She was carrying a pink backpack, according to police.Anyone with information is asked to call Stockton police.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Monday’s sports events: MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALLAMERICAN LEAGUETampa Bay 5, NY Yankees 4Boston 10, Toronto 8Cleveland 8, Detroit 6Kansas City 5, Chi White Sox 2LA Angels 9, Houston 6NATIONAL LEAGUESan Francisco 19, Colorado 2LA Dodgers 16, Philadelphia 2Cincinnati 6, Chi Cubs 3Atlanta 4, Milwaukee 2St. Louis 7, Pittsburgh 0Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Written by July 16, 2019 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 7/15/19 Beau Lund
Rooms have been secured at various other sites for both student and alumni guests, including 160 rooms reserved at Oxford Brookes University. However, the cheapest room price available is £40, with most being £50 – whilst Keble accommodation averages out to around £20-21 per night, excluding vacation residence. Students also called for greater transparency in the ball organisation process, saying that the ball committee had the opportunity to ask students for their opinion but did not take it, and that there should be a factsheet compiled so that students are aware of proceedings. Numerous elements of the ball organisation were criticised, including the decision to sell alumni tickets first and the price of accommodation being provided at other sites. “You were supposed to represent us and you didn’t represent us,” said third-year Keble student Hannah Al-Qaryooti at Sunday’s meeting. “Students can’t just drop £50 on accommodation.” Keble College did not respond to a request for comment. JCR President Annie Johnson said that a meeting had been held Keble College faced accusations of inaccessibility this week following an announcement that students would not be provided with onsite accommodation during the college’s Commemoration Ball in 2020, leading to the postponement of accommodation release and a reconsidering of the decision. Students filed an emergency motion which was discussed at the college JCR meeting on Sunday (October 20), saying that the decision not to provide onsite accommodation raised a number of welfare and access concerns, such as drunk students struggling to make their way home and students being unable to come due to the financial burden of paying for accommodation outside college. price increase and the decision to hold the ball outside of term time, in 9th week. However, both committee members who attended the meeting, one of whom was the executive Sam Edwards, voted in favour of the motion, which they said they had “nothing against.” Accommodation release has now been postponed by 10 days, with tickets to be released on the same day. Alumni tickets were released more than two weeks ahead, and a number of more expensive rooms ranging from £75 and upwards were also made available to them on the Keble Ball website, along with discount codes. It also emerged that fewer tickets have been reserved for students than in previous years, with a reserve of 1000 tickets for students and their guests. This is 400 fewer than the usual amount, as more tickets have been allocated for alumni. The committee stated that the usual number of Keble students and their guests who pur- chase tickets is between 700 and 800, and thus in theory the normal uptake is guaranteed a ticket. on Monday (October 21) with the chair of the Ball Committee and the Alumni and Development Of- fice, and that the decision not to provide accommodation was now being reconsidered. “I don’t want to book tickets if I’m not guaranteed accommodation,” said one fourth-year student who did not wish to be named. One concern which arose during the meeting was that the available accommodation at Oxford Brookes would suffice for just 160 students, whereas around 700-800 students would need rooms. However, the committee responded to this by saying more rooms could be booked once the reserved rooms had been paid for. This was echoed in the mo- tion itself, which claimed that it “feels as if the focus has not only been adjusted to incorporate the wider Keble Family, but has actually been re-adjusted, lying mainly with alumni and affiliates, with students’ worries and needs being put on hold.” Many students highlighted that working alumni are able to pay for accommodation and tickets, but lower-income students will not be able to pay the combined price of the ball ticket, transport to Oxford and accommo- dation costs as a result of the ticket Al-Qaryooti’s calls for an emer- gency panel meeting in which the college working party would have to answer the students’ concerns was widely supported, espe- cially following the revelation that graduate students at the offsite H.B. Allen Centre would be granted accommodation during the ball. “If they actually have to look at us in the face and justify it, they’ll real- ise that their security concerns are nothing compared to the concerns of the undergraduates,” said Al- Qaryooti. The Keble Ball Committee said it had worked very hard to try to secure rooms in college and had pushed back against college administration for several weeks, following their insistence that rooms would not be provided. This is said to be due to a “security risk,” a claim which the motion called “dubious at best” due to the lack of justification provided. “There’s more of a security risk because more important people are coming to the ball, i.e. not stu- dents, and they care more about alumni than they do about us,” said Al-Qaryooti.