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First up: Sean Maitland crosses for Scotland’s opening try (Getty Images) LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS The Scots get their World Cup campaign back on track with a bonus-point win over Samoa Showboat! Stuart Hogg finesses a drop-goal over the posts from the just shy of the halfway line. Colossal kick#RWC2019 #ITVRugby pic.twitter.com/zagNZw7WLG— ITV Rugby (@ITVRugby) September 30, 2019The Scots pushed for a third try from a series of lineouts in the Samoa 22 once the gong for half-time had sounded but couldn’t get across the line.The second half started much like the first, both sides struggling to keep possession and build phases through their own errors.Samoa had a decent period in the Scotland 22 but another knock-on allowed the Scots to clear their lines.Scotland then had a spell in the Samoa 22, first putting on pressure through scrums and then five-metre lineouts. They eventually got their third try in the 57th minute when they were awarded a penalty try. TAGS: Samoa Drama!When the bonus-point win looked all but lost, a crazy double-knee challenge gives Scotland a crucial penalty try late on#RWC2019 #ITVRugby pic.twitter.com/HVZZVAtRwP— ITV Rugby (@ITVRugby) September 30, 2019Samoa tried in vain to get a try in the closing stage but they came up short and become the first team to be nilled at this World Cup.Star manIt’s hard to pick out a standout in a match so devoid of quality. Tim Nanai-Williams and Sean Maitland showed flashes with ball in hand for Samoa and Scotland respectively, but Jonny Gray got the official nod and as the only tight-five forward to play all 80 minutes for the victors it seems only right. He got through a ton of work and that is even more impressive in this heat.The ReactionScotland coach Gregor Townsend: “We defended with real passion, putting big hits on very big men time and time again. That knocked the confidence of the Samoan carriers. They’re a very dangerous team and they still caused us problems right at the end, so the effort at that last lineout maul and few phases in defence was outstanding.“Going into the game a win and a better performance was what we were targetting. Anything extra would be an exceptional performance and that is what it was, especially in the first half.”Samoa coach Steve Jackson: “You’re trying to stop two tries, it’s risk and reward, but we’re not intentionally going out there to get yellow cards and by no means do we coach or train that.“Credit to Scotland, they were hungry, the set-piece went well, defensively they were outstanding and showed a different side in attack tonight. We had opportunities to score tries but there was poor execution. That was probably down to the fact they defended extremely well.”Scotland: Stuart Hogg; Darcy Graham, Chris Harris, Sam Johnson (Duncan Taylor 64), Sean Maitland; Finn Russell (Adam Hastings 76), Greig Laidlaw (George Horne 64); Allan Dell (Gordon Reid 13), Stuart McInally (captain, Fraser Brown 52), Willem Nel (Zander Fagerson 58), Grant Gilchrist (Scott Cummings 52), Jonny Gray, Magnus Bradbury (Ryan Wilson 72), Jamie Ritchie, Blade Thomson.Tries: Maitland 30, Laidlaw 34, penalty try 57, 75. Cons: Laidlaw 2. Pens: Laidlaw. DG: Hogg.Samoa: Tim Nanai-Williams; Belgium Tuatagaloa (Kieron Fonotia 45), Alapati Leiua, Henry Taefu, Ed Fidow; Tusi Pisi (Ulupano Seuteni 54), Melani Matavao (Pele Cowley 71); Logovii Mulipola (Jordan Lay 44), Ray Niuia (Seilala Lam 54), Michael Alaalatoa (Paul Alo-Emile 47), Teofilo Paulo (Piula FaFaasalele 51-79), Kane Le’aupepe, Chris Vui, TJ Ioane (Josh Tyrell 66), Jack Lam (captain, Josh Tyrell 3-13).Yellow card: Ed Fidow (57min). Red card: Fidow (75min).Follow our Rugby World Cup homepage which we update regularly with news and features. 2019 Rugby World Cup: Scotland 34-0 SamoaHead-to-headPlayed – 12Scotland wins – 10Samoa wins – 1Draws – 1Did you know? Adam and Gavin Hastings are the first father-son combination to represent Scotland at the Rugby World Cup.Stuart Hogg’s first-half effort was the first Scotland drop-goal since Duncan Weir’s winner against Italy in 2014 and the first for a Scotland full-back since 1996.This is the first time Samoa have been nilled in a Rugby World Cup match.Related: All hail the return of the Rugby World Cup drop-goalIn a nutshellAnother sweltering night in the Kobe Misaki Stadium, another litany of handling errors. This was anything but a classic under the lights of this enclosed stadium – two fans took it into their own hands to try to entertain the crowd by running onto the pitch on separate occasions – but Scotland left with the all-important bonus-point win, albeit that their top try-scorer was ‘penalty’.Gregor Townsend has often talked about wanting Scotland to play the fastest brand of rugby in the world, but trying to do so in this sort of humidity also means that things get loose and errors are frequent. They did get traction when turning to their lineout maul from penalties and they defended strongly.Line time: Greig Laidlaw scores despite Ed Fidow tackling him (Getty Images)Scotland took the lead with an early Greig Laidlaw penalty but it took them half an hour to score a try with both sides dropping balls in the slippery conditions. Jack Lam described it as “a bar of soap” post-match and it was almost as if neither team wanted to retain possession, with turnovers leading to a fractured display.Sean Maitland, who had looked dangerous from the start, scored the first try, plucking a Finn Russell cross-kick out of the air and going over.The second came just four minutes later. Russell made a half-break, offloaded to Jamie Ritchie, who then found Laidlaw and the scrum-half bounced out of a tackle to make it to the line.Stuart Hogg made it 20-0 when he managed to keep his cool in the oppressive heat to slot a drop-goal from close to halfway after Maitland had taken a quick lineout. Even though they had got over the line there was no clear grounding, but because Ed Fidow had come in from the side to collapse the maul referee Pascal Gauzere ruled a penalty try and yellow-carded the Samoa wing.Wrapped up: Tim Nanai-Williams is tackled by Allan Dell and Jonny Gray of Scotland (Getty Images)Samoa did have a chance as the game entered the last ten minutes, gaining territory from penalties and Ulupano Seutini releasing Alapati Leiua into the 22 with a lovely inside pass. But Seutini then undid all his good work by overcooking a later penalty kick to touch, allowing Scotland to clear.Then came Scotland’s bonus-point try – in controversial circumstances. Maitland broke down the wing and looked to have lost control of the ball as he dove for the line. Yet when the officials reviewed it with the TMO, they deemed that Fidow had dived in with ‘knees to the back’ and that was the reason Maitland had not scored. 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Save this picture!© Peter Bennetts+ 23Curated by María Francisca González Share Projects Houses Manufacturers: James Hardie Australia, James Hardie, LOCKER GROUP, MODWOOD, Supertuft, Academy TilesSave this picture!© Peter BennettsRecommended ProductsDoorspanoramah!®ah! PivotDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile Curved Hinged Door | AlbaDoorsSolarluxBi-Folding Doors – EcolineDoorsVitrocsaGlass Technology in Hotel BeaulacText description provided by the architects. K2 House is the second stage upper floor extension to a renovation completed by fmd architects in 2008. The original brief for a young bachelor, was revised to now meet the needs of a young family with pets. The clients wanted to maintain the initial design intent while adding further versatile spaces to a bustling home.Save this picture!© Peter BennettsThe original design intent, of angular forms deriving from the tight planning constraints, extends through the upper floor of stage 2. This cohesion of external and internal forms are further expressed through the light reflecting faceted internal elements being expressed on the dark exterior with triangular metal cladding and geometric forms wrapping around both the deck area and new build. The perforated metal elements providing both privacy, shelter and shade whilst creating a sense of depth and transparency to the extension.Save this picture!Ground Floor PlanSave this picture!ElevationsSave this picture!First floor planThe sites constraints draw lines through the building, creating reference points to inform the large triangular window and bar joinery in the new upper floor lounge. This idea continues through the bathroom, stair balustrade and joinery details creating dynamic and structural spaces through the house.Save this picture!© Peter BennettsAs with the former renovation, retaining the existing building footprint was a key consideration, as outdoor spaces were already limited replanning within the envelope to achieve the required spatial and environmental considerations were major drivers behind the design approach. Hence the dwelling went vertical with a first floor extension including a new living space, deck area and bedroom with walk in robe. In order to fit within council setbacks and adhering to street sight lines, the extension is concealed from view from the street, internal areas worked into the existing roof line, maximising all available space.Save this picture!© Peter BennettsThe projects growth and versatility is testament to the enduring merits of quality design, by utilising the existing house envelope along with strategic skylights and angled ceiling lines – the extension enables the dwelling and family a new life whilst maximising the footprint of a small property.Save this picture!© Peter BennettsProject gallerySee allShow lessFlorence Culture and Art Exchange Centre / pendaSelected ProjectsBrazilian Artist Ernesto Neto Creates Giant Installation in Zurich’s Central StationArchitecture News Share ArchDaily K2 House / FMD ArchitectsSave this projectSaveK2 House / FMD Architects 2017 K2 House / FMD Architects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/897313/k2-house-fmd-architects Clipboard CopyHouses, Houses Interiors•Melbourne City, Australia Year: “COPY” Architects: FMD Architects Area Area of this architecture project Australia CopyAbout this officeFMD ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesInterior DesignResidential InteriorsHouse InteriorsMelbourne CityAustraliaPublished on July 02, 2018Cite: “K2 House / FMD Architects” 02 Jul 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Just Act offers funding information and resources for community groups 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. Howard Lake | 8 May 2014 | News 19 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The Community Development Foundation has created Just Act, a website that helps community groups get support, funding and advice.The site features a mixture of crowd-sourced content, links to relevant website, and a discussion forum.Sources of informationThe launch of the site has been supported by the Department of Communities and Local Government. Organisations that are contributing content to it include:AcreThe Big Lottery FundThe Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA)The Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSE)LocalityThe Plunkett FoundationThe National Association for Voluntary and Community Action (navca)The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO)The Social Investment Business Group (The SIB Group)UnltdJust Act is designed for experienced community activists and those new to the idea of setting up and running a community project.The funding section at present has a limited selection of external links, with content from JustGiving, NCVO, UnLtd and the Institute of Fundraising, but it has only just launched.Alison Seabrooke, Chief Executive of the Community Development Foundation said: Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Community fundraising Digital Funding “We have spent the last 50 years working with over 30,000 grassroots community groups. Times have changed and those who want to set up or expand a community group want real-time advice and guidance on how to do that. Just Act will make it easier to find out how you can take the first step – or the next step. You will find help and advice from those who have been there and done that and want to share their experiences.”One of the early site testers, Matthew Creber of Community Mission Associate at the Wellside in Tottenham, London, said: “Just Act is really useful. I didn’t know that a lot of these resources existed, so I would not have been able to find them if I just tried to search for them online. It is good that Just Act is there as a one stop shop. Just Act feels like someone has gone and done the hard work for me”.
R Fundraising acquired by Fundraising Initiatives Tagged with: Consulting & Agencies Individual giving specialists Fundraising Initiatives Group has acquired telephone fundraising and outsourcing agency R Fundraising.As a result Fundraising Initiatives will boost its stewardship and telephone-based capacity by over 200 professional fundraisers, with offices in Dunfermline and Manchester. R Fundraising, in turn, will be able to offer its clients an enhanced range of products and services, from specialist face-to-face fundraising services through to lotteries, payroll giving and payment handling.The agreement was concluded on 23 January and led by Martin Jervis, Chief Operations Officer at Fundraising Initiatives. He said that the acquisition would help drive the group’s expansion internationally. He added:“This acquisition reflects our commitment to helping charities achieve the maximum possible return on every penny they spend on donor acquisition, management and stewardship.“Hugh McCaw, who is himself a recognised fundraising expert and longstanding Fellow of the IoF, built a strong brand and along with his leadership team created a reputation for exceptional expertise, very highly regarded by its clients and the sector as a whole. Fundraising Initiatives is determined to cherish that legacy and to help the R Fundraising brand build on it”.R Fundraising remains “an autonomous culture and brand”R Fundraising will continue to operate under its current leadership team and promises “no disruption to [our] clients’ business continuity”.Hugh McCaw becomes Director, Strategic Accounts, with a focus on ensuring continuity and client support, working with Gordon Michie, Managing Director.McCaw said: Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis “Fundraising Initiatives is the right choice for our clients and us. We remain an autonomous culture and brand. The organisations complement each other and I am sure that will become more evident to the sector going forward. I am personally delighted to remain in the business as I can continue to serve charities and innovate as I have done in the past.” 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. Howard Lake | 27 January 2015 | News 33 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
91 total views, 1 views today 92 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis14 Tagged with: community foundations disability Funding Northern Ireland Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis14 New funding for disability in N Ireland 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. Howard Lake | 16 June 2017 | News Projects supporting people with learning disabilities are set to benefit with grants of up to £10,000, the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland (CFNI) has announced.The funding comes from the ARN Foundation, an independent charitable trust, set up by Alan Nappin. Mr Nappin sold his lighting business, Ansel, which has a present in Warrington and Belfast, in 2014 for £38 million. CFNI are administering the fund.Under this round of funding, which is worth £50,000, the ARN Foundation has chosen to focus specifically on supporting organisations working with some of the 33,000 people in Northern Ireland with a learning disability.Speaking about the new Fund, Alan Nappin, Founder and Chairman of the ARN Foundation said: “We are delighted to announce these grants and we hope to make a difference to the lives of people with a learning disability in Northern Ireland. We specifically wanted to focus on learning disabilities for our first round of grants because of the great and immediate need for funding of projects.” Projects which meet the following criteria can apply for support:· Projects must work with people with a learning disability.· Priority will be given to projects supporting people aged 18 – 25· Projects must take no more that 12 months to complete from the date of the first payment. Examples of types of projects that may be supported by The ARN Foundation include:· Education, training and leisure opportunities for people with a learning disability.· Initiatives to improve community facilities for those with a learning disability.· Projects promoting creativity and self-expression through drama, music or the arts for people with a learning disability. Applications can be submitted through the Community Fund of Northern Ireland website, with the closing date 21st July 2017 at 1pm. Further details and all queries should be directed to the Grants Team at 02890 245927.
A library of revolutionary literature is available for free download at workers.org under the “Books” tab.This spring, three new important pamphlets were added to that digital collection. All are collections of articles that appeared in the pages of Workers World newspaper. All have crucial, timely insights to offer about how to advance on the road to socialist liberation.100 Years Later: Some Lessons of the Great Bolshevik RevolutionHope and interest in revolutionary change that can bring down capitalism and result in socialism is growing in the U.S. Such a historic event occurred in Russia in 1917. These articles, “100 Years Later: Some Lessons of the Great Bolshevik Revolution,” written by Deirdre Griswold, editor of Workers World newspaper, mark the centennial of that event.The series examines the Bolshevik Revolution within the framework of Marx’s view of social evolution and also looks at some of Lenin’s theoretical contributions on the transformation of capitalism into its final stage, imperialism, and the impact on the working-class movement. Other topics covered are the social gains within the early USSR, the relation between the state and nationalities there, as well as internal and external advances and setbacks. The pamphlet ends with an “Open Letter to Revolutionaries Everywhere” from Larry Holmes, first secretary of Workers World Party.Every Struggle Is a Woman’s StruggleThe Workers World 2016-2018 articles selected for “Every Struggle Is a Woman’s Struggle” show the wide range of organizing that women in the U.S. are actively involved in: against racism and white supremacy; for the right to quality, comprehensive health care and self-determination of our own bodies; for ending the pay gap and for union representation and workers’ rights; and for recognition of transgender people’s rights. Articles on women in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and Cuba reveal what’s possible for women building socialist workers’ states.The editors say in their introduction: “These articles … reflect a Marxist perspective about the role of women in society. Women are seen as a vital, integral component in the overarching struggle to end capitalism and classism. The basis of women’s oppression and inequality is rooted in patriarchy, which arose at the same time as classes developed.”Today’s fight for women’s liberation is essential to the overthrowing of patriarchal capitalist class society and establishing egalitarian socialism. Check out this Marxist perspective on women rising up, as a resource in that united struggle.Class War in West Virginia: Education Workers Strike, WinThe uprising of education workers in spring 2018 began with the thrilling, relentless and victorious West Virginia strike.This pamphlet — most of its articles written by organizers on the ground — documents each step of the rank-and-file actions.All spring in West Virginia, famous for earlier pitched battles between union miners and coal barons, class war raged. It was teachers, school workers, students, parents and communities on one side and right-wing capitalist politicians and owners on the other. The struggle was for the right to public education, for better wages and health care for school workers, for improved funding for students and against union-busting attacks. In addition to the pamphlet’s nitty-gritty organizing reports, its articles include a moving open letter to West Virginia educators from an out-of-state teacher, an inspiring look back at the historic 1920s’ “Battle of Blair Mountain” and its impact today on worker organizing, and a pithy “Lessons of the West Virginia strike.”Download this pamphlet as a resource in making your workplace and community organizing more effective. Use it to get ready since, to quote the old labor song, “Which Side Are You On?”: “There are no neutrals.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Email Twitter NewsParma Ham, Mozzarella and Taleggio Kebabs plus a readers offerBy admin – November 26, 2009 654 Previous articleGolden & glazedNext articleDevelopment plans for 5-series by BMW admin Linkedin These stylish kebabs can star as a starter, snack or canapé, making them perfect for any festive event. Simply wrap Parma Ham around cubes of focaccia, mozzarella and Taleggio and thread onto kebab sticks, along with baby plum tomatoes. When you are ready to start cooking, just baste the kebabs in olive oil and sizzle away for 2-3 minutes under a piping hot grill. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up WHAT YOU NEED12 slices Parma Ham, cut into strips4 slices focaccia or ciabatta, cut into cubes2 x 125g packs mozzarella cheese, drained and cut into chunks250g Italian Taleggio cheese, cut into chunks16 baby plum tomatoes2-3 tbsp olive oil, for bastingPea shoots or salad leaves, to serveWHAT TO DOPreheat the barbecue or grill. Soak 8 wooden kebab sticks in hot water for 5 minutes to help prevent them from burningWrap Parma Ham strips around the cubes of bread, mozzarella and Taleggio cheese, threading them onto wooden kebab sticks with the tomatoesBaste the kebabs with olive oil, then cook them for 2 to 3 minutes on the barbecue or under the grill, turning once or twiceServe immediately with the pea shoots or salad leavesCook’s tip: If you can’t find Taleggio, just use another 2 packs of mozzarella. Readers offerThis parma ham recipe come courtesy of the Parma Ham Consortium and they are giving away 25 copies of their new glossy recipe book, Prosciutto di Parma, featuring 14 stylish yet simple recipes, exclusively to Limerick Post readers.To receive a free copy, simply email your details to Jocelyn [email protected] at the Parma Ham Consortium or you can send them a postcard with your name and address to Parma Ham/Limerick Post Newspaper, c/o The Dialogue Agency, 8 Oak Lane, Twickenham TW1 3PA, United Kingdom. Advertisement WhatsApp Facebook Print
News Updates’A Lawyer Is Behind Bars; Serious Matter’ : Bombay High Court Raps Police Over Inconsistent Answers On Lawyer’s Arrest Sharmeen Hakim18 May 2021 3:10 AMShare This – xThe Bombay High Court on Monday took serious note of the police’s changing statements regarding a lawyer’s alleged illegal arrest and false implication in a kidnapping and extortion case registered on his client’s complaint last month. “Tell them we will not spare them if they play any mischief with the court,” Justice SJ Kathawalla, heading the division bench, told Chief Public Prosecutor Deepak Thakare, while directing the Kharghar police in Navi Mumbai to file their affidavit. Advertisement The Kharghar police arrested advocate Vimal Umeshchandra Jha for offences punishable under IPC sections 323, 364A, 365, 387, 506 r/w 34 for allegedly trying to extort Rs 3 crore from his client and subsequently kidnapping him. The police initially said Jha was arrested on April 3 and produced before the Magistrate on April 5. Later they claimed to have arrested him on April 4. The court was hearing a criminal PIL filed by the Lawyers for Just Society through Law Global seeking thirty-six-year-old Jha’s immediate release; compensation of Rs 5 crores from errant police officers; and guidelines to protect lawyer’s from police harassment. Advertisement Another petition filed by Jha, through advocate Prashant Pandey, seeks directions to quash the FIR. According to the plea, Navanth Gole, who has several criminal cases against him, was Jha’s client. The two became friends and Jha agreed to invest money in Gole’s businesses and buy his premises for Rs 80 lakhs. They accompanied each other to several places for work. However, Jha was arrested following a missing complaint by the advocate’s wife. Advertisement Advertisement During the hearing, Advocate Subhash Jha, for the petitioner, submitted that Jha was arrested on April 3 but produced before the Magistrate only on April 5, in violation of section 57 of the CrPC and Article 22(2) of the Constitution of India. He further said that Jha was illegally handcuffed when he was taken from the police station to the court. The prosecution did not deny taking him to court in handcuffs. Jha alleged that a police constable posted at Mantralaya was the complainant’s brother-in-law and they hatched a conspiracy to frame Jha in a false case. Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement When Justice Kathawalla sought to know the date of Jha’s arrest, Chief Public Prosecutor Deepak Thakare for the police said April 3, 2021, only to change his statement to say the arrest was made on April 4, at 4.39 am. Thakare said he was produced the very next day. Asked about the odd timing of the arrest, Thakare, on instructions, initially said a police officer had gone to Jha’s house, however, he later admitted Jha was already at the police station. “Why are you repeatedly making false statements before us? And your officer is present before you,” the bench asked. Thakare, said he was submitting as per the instructions. Following a query from the court, Thakare said that the CCTV footage from the relevant dates was also not available, as its installation began only on May 1, 2021. However, Jha countered him and said there are big CCTV cameras at the entrance of the police station premises. “What is the requirement at a police station? Is it not that all police stations should have CCTV cameras. A lawyer is behind bars. This is a very serious matter,” Justice Kathawalla said. Thakare also said that he was not going to support the police in restraining Jha with handcuffs. Pandey submitted that the lawyer was currently admitted to a private hospital owing to the various ailments he suffers from. Moreover, his mobile phone’s tower location would also reveal that he was in the police station since 8.30pm on April 3. The bench will now hear the matter on Wednesday. TagsBombay High Court Lawyer Arrested In Rs 3 Crore Extortion Case Justice SJ Kathawalla Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story