AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter The appliance of science: Clarion to use algorithm-based ICE Connect to match buyers with sellers Registration for ICE Connect is now open. Attendees can find more information and secure their free place here: ICE Connect Europe; 21 – 25 June 2021 – www.ice-connecteurope.com ICE Connect North America; 28 June – 2 July 2021 – www.ice-connectna.com. Exhibitor/sponsorship: [email protected] He continued: “From a solution provider standpoint every detail is handled by the ICE Connect team, with a scheduled programme issued three weeks ahead of the event, and a PDF meetings’ agenda and contact database provided a fortnight before the event ‘opens’. This represents a highly efficient way for sellers to connect with really senior, serious and relevant buyers. I am certain that the experience and expertise of Quartz aligned to the insight of the Clarion Gaming team will deliver an exciting new approach to conducting business and one that will prove to be invaluable to all sectors of the industry.” Clarion Gaming has confirmed the development of ICE Connect, an invitation only executive summit programme. Stuart Hunter Topics: People Strategy Management “Our strategy moving forward is to develop the ICE Connect model and align it with our commitment to live events, enabling us to adopt an agile year-round response to the commercial needs of the industry, and to satisfy demand from all regions of the gambling landscape. There’s nothing like this that’s available in the gaming world.” Expanding on an initiative that will help the international gaming community navigate the challenges presented by Covid-19 and beyond, Clarion Gaming’s Managing Director Stuart Hunter (pictured) said: “It’s been a full year since the international industry last came together at ICE London, and as a team we share the frustration at the continued absence of live events. Event organisers such as ourselves serve as facilitators of opportunity, and I believe that ICE Connect represents the most advanced and powerful opportunity for buyers and sellers to meet in the digital space.” Outlining how ICE Connect works, he explained: “Qualified delegate attendees from operating companies complete a detailed registration questionnaire, which drills into specific industry challenges and upcoming project needs. “The model, which has been successfully developed by Quartz, uses highly sophisticated matching algorithms, ranking and scheduling software, to match the operators with relevant, industry-leading solution providers who can solve their challenges and help them run their operations more efficiently. Management Email Address ICE Connect, which uses algorithms to scientifically match qualified, senior level decision-makers who have both buying power and immediate requirements with industry leading solution providers, is being curated by California-based Quartz Events, which was acquired by Clarion in 2020. Quartz is the fastest-growing producer of invitation-only executive summits, with 80% of Fortune 100 companies participating in their events last year. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 10th February 2021 | By contenteditor ICE Connect will run 21 June – 25 June (Europe focus) and 28 June – 2 July (North America focus), with a repeat of this schedule taking place in the Autumn. “As a result, both delegates and solution providers spend 100% of their time in meaningful and productive meetings. In addition, we will also be producing a world-class ‘solutions-focused’ educational programme”
By Trevor GrundyPosted Jan 14, 2014 Rector Washington, DC New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books [Religion News Service — Canterbury, England] Canterbury Cathedral, mother church of the 85 million-member worldwide Anglican Communion, will have its first girls’ choir perform since it was rebuilt nearly 1,000 years ago.On Jan. 25, worshippers will hear the voices of 16 girls between the ages of 12 and 16 at a historic Evensong service, which will include the music of English composer Ralph Vaughan Williams.Until now, only male voices have been heard at the cathedral’s services.Twenty years ago, Salisbury Cathedral was the first English cathedral to allow girls to sing in choirs at services. That set the ball rolling. There are now 765 girls in cathedral choirs across England, compared with 1,008 boys.Winchester Cathedral formed a girls’ choir in 1998, and Choirs Administrator Sue Armstrong said it is extremely popular.The cathedral is world-famous for its magnificent boys’ choir, which has made many recordings and toured most of Europe and parts of the Commonwealth.“I am delighted to hear that the mother church of the Anglican Communion is finally following suit,” said Armstrong.The formation of the girls’ choir at Canterbury comes as fewer boys show much interest in singing in church choirs.“What we need is a film that does for choral singing what ‘Billy Elliot’ did for ballet,” wrote Alan Titchmarsh, a former choirboy, in The Daily Telegraph.Some Church of England traditionalists insist choirs in cathedrals should be all male.The website of the Campaign for the Traditional Cathedral Choir insists it is not anti-girl but adds “ … cathedrals [that] use girls should take the opportunity of creating their own style. Their own tradition separate from the historic all-male.”The CTCC was formed in January 1996 in response to the decline of the robed, all-male choir and the declining number of boy choristers nationwide. Its aim is to champion the ancient tradition of the all-male choir.In medieval days, all-girl choirs flourished in convents. Italian composers Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina and Claudio Monteverdi wrote for them. But those choirs never sang with men at church services, and CTCC would like to keep it that way.“At Winchester Cathedral, girls and boys sing together at Easter and Christmas,” said Armstrong. “We haven’t received any complaints yet.” January 21, 2014 at 2:50 pm There are three girls in every man’s life: Liberty the most beautiful Girl in the world and the Blessings of God upon man’s Land and Law; Mary the Queen of Heaven, Mother of the Lord, Holy Virgin who leads all the world to Jesus by the Miracle of Christmas and its hope Christmas is everyday; and the girl one falls in love with and ultimately expresses and vows love for her before God: the bride. There is no more Romantic from God than His Son , the Son of God. For him all beauty was created even to him to cling and become then immortal devotion of all love forever. 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What would a girl’s choir “style” sound like?? Would the girl’s not be allowed to sing the lovely traditional hymns and carols? That would be very sad indeed. Maybe encouraging girls to join the traditionally all-male choir will rekindle a boy’s interest in joining! And think about it: how delightful it will be for sisters to sing alongside their brothers. Good for Canterbury! Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ An Evening with Aliya Cycon Playing the Oud Lancaster, PA (and streaming online) July 3 @ 7 p.m. ET Featured Jobs & Calls Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Associate Rector Columbus, GA AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis
Photographs CopyHouses•Córdoba, Argentina “COPY” Argentina Area: 316 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects Year: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/593734/house-in-la-rufina-santiago-carlos-viale-daniella-beviglia Clipboard House in La Rufina / Santiago Carlos Viale + Daniella BevigliaSave this projectSaveHouse in La Rufina / Santiago Carlos Viale + Daniella Beviglia Save this picture!© Gonzalo Viramonte+ 20 Share House in La Rufina / Santiago Carlos Viale + Daniella Beviglia Photographs: Gonzalo ViramonteTeam:Ana Laura Aquilante, Sofia Ariño, Sebastían Mantese, Damian Durando, Martín Mora, Gabriela kozameh, Julieta Astorica, Paula DucantStructure Calculation:Germán SarborariaA/C:Ingeniería GlobalCity:CórdobaCountry:ArgentinaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Gonzalo ViramonteText description provided by the architects. The project is developed in an 1100 m2 plot, located at the locality of La Calera. It is inserted on a hill that looks to a proper valley of the neighborhood, with a northwest orientation and a grade of 15 meters between the front and back.Save this picture!© Gonzalo ViramonteThe neighborhood is characterised by its steep slope. That’s why the first idea was to look for a strategy that allowed a flat space to place the house. This involved an apparently intelligent operation, which consisted in digging out the mountain at the back of the lot, and with that replenishing the front, acquiring the valued flat plane to hold up the architecture. This solution, used in most of the cases, generated on one hand, an important damage to the natural topography because of the excavation, and in the other hand, backyards that looked to a “bitten” mountain.Save this picture!© Gonzalo ViramonteIn discordance with the damage that caused this intervention, we appeal to Le Corbusier’s idea of lifting the whole volume across the topography, letting the mountain run beneath, obtaining the flat necessary space, artificially, through the performance of two slabs, “roof and floor”, both supported by concrete columns.Save this picture!Floor PlanThe topography movements of the context, generates a variety of perspectives because of the strong articulation of it. An interesting example of this is when we see the house from the street front, where the slope that goes under the floor of the house begins to flatten as the perspective effects and it is seen as green vertical envelopes through the transparencies.Save this picture!© Gonzalo ViramonteThis option generated a more integrated and respectful relation with the mountain, establishing a true dialogue between the location and the architectural volume. This is really important, because “the building’s insertion in the terrain” is one of the biggest concerns of the office. Save this picture!Floor PlanThe architectural volume is a suspended rectangle, that lets the area beneath be diligent as a garage, laundry and semi-covered space. The entrance was resolved on the left side, upon the noble plane, throughout a stair with a little semi-covered entrance hall, from where you accede to the dining room. The rooms were organized towards the front, using the best orientations and visuals. The kitchen, bathrooms and dresser were disposed at the back. Save this picture!© Gonzalo ViramonteAll of the facades were proposed in concrete, with gathers that conform parasols. During the summer, when the west is rotated to the front facade, they generate a series of successive shadows that reduce the solar radiation, making workable the big superficies of glass. The rear face of the house, as the kitchen, is coated with sheet glass 5+5 with opaline pvb that continues through the bathrooms as a translucent enclosure.Save this picture!© Gonzalo ViramonteThe interior of the house is resolved with the idea of contraposition between the extremely rustic concrete and the perfectly white walls of the inside, that rise from a white floor of micro cement, which doesn’t reach the slab separated just enough to generate tension between the two materials, functionally resolved glazed sashes.Save this picture!© Gonzalo ViramonteAs well as the insertion is an important matter to resolve in the projects, after the teachings from the architect Cesar Naselli, the way in which the light enters to the interior of the buildings, sublimating the spaces with special climate and changing according to hours and seasons. This was achieved through a wood coating located on the staircase, on which reflects light staining inside a warm light volume.Save this picture!© Gonzalo ViramonteThe ten columns that conform the structure of the house are disposed conforming a weft of inverted beams, capable of sustaining little solid slabs, making the inferior part of the them look as a pure concrete volume. The beams disposition generated successive gaps that are filled with styrofoam, solving the inferior thermal insulation problem produced because of the “flying” floor in contact with the exterior. Save this picture!© Gonzalo ViramonteProject gallerySee allShow lessINNOCAD Founder Martin Lesjak Named Contract’s Designer of the Year 2015Architecture NewsMalaysia Airlines Flight 17 Victims Honored with “Memorial in the Sky”Architecture News Share Houses “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/593734/house-in-la-rufina-santiago-carlos-viale-daniella-beviglia Clipboard Architects: Daniella Beviglia, Santiago Carlos Viale Area Area of this architecture project ArchDaily Year: 2013 2013 CopyAbout this officeDaniella BevigliaOfficeFollowSantiago Carlos VialeOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesCórdobaArgentinaPublished on February 03, 2015Cite: “House in La Rufina / Santiago Carlos Viale + Daniella Beviglia” [Casa en La Rufina / Santiago Carlos Viale + Daniella Beviglia] 03 Feb 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Year: Photographs: Victor Marvillet, Yu XiaSave this picture!© Victor Marvillet, Yu XiaText description provided by the architects. This project is located in Pudong New District on the east side of Shanghai’s Huangpu River. The neighborhood, Zhangjiang High-Technology Park, is home to some of China’s largest IT companies, most dynamic start-ups, and several research facilities. Although this industry has earned the area the title of ‘China’s Silicon Valley’, the streets empty at the end of every work day. This was the context for the project: what began as the defunct Long Dong Business Hotel, originally built in an older style as part of a larger complex, would become a space to bridge the gap between office life and leisure.Save this picture!© Victor Marvillet, Yu XiaWith no options for recreation, MASS DESIGN set out to create community in an area where there was none. By exploring the interplay between connection and permeability, MASS DESIGN reprogrammed the former hotel to renegotiate the boundaries of public and private space, mimicking the layers of a traditional urban environment. Retail and F&B occupy the ground floor and open plan offices the second, followed by 24 SOHO units on the three upper floors and 60 apartment units on the top three floors. Common spaces enhance interaction and sense of community, including a gym, meeting rooms, game room, reading room, video room, and shared kitchen and dining with a rooftop terrace for events like barbecues or other social gatherings.Save this picture!FacadeSave this picture!© Victor Marvillet, Yu XiaThe building’s previous incarnation as a hotel had sorely lacked natural light. Its small and cramped atrium and long, narrow corridors made for dark and uninviting space. Working within the existing constraints of form and construction, MASS DESIGN sought to achieve a relationship between inhabitant and building, function and context. To allow in more natural light, the structure was altered to create a larger central atrium. MASS DESIGN programmed openings as large as possible, cleaned the building of all excess, and created additional spaces to gather and interact. Save this picture!© Victor Marvillet, Yu XiaSave this picture!SOHOSave this picture!© Victor Marvillet, Yu XiaThe same desire for interplay between public and private spaces inspires design decisions for the SOHO and apartment units. Spaces intended for communal use such as the living room, dining room and SOHO working spaces are oriented towards the atrium. Through the translucent glass brick used in the walls, those outside are able to glimpse the scenes of life lived out within.Moreover, units are organized around a centrally-placed wooden box with sliding doors. The effect are social spaces filled with as much natural light as possible. The wooden box is also elevated 400 mm above the floor of the apartment in order to create different spatial atmospheres, enhance division between semi-private and private spaces, and create additional storage space. Save this picture!© Victor Marvillet, Yu XiaSave this picture!Floor PlanSave this picture!© Victor Marvillet, Yu XiaGlass brick wraps through the atrium and corridors to bring in more natural light while at the same time creating a sense of scale and rhythm. Terrazzo and wood are incorporated throughout the project in order to ground the building in a local context, and imbue the space with the emotion of human scale.Save this picture!© Victor Marvillet, Yu XiaProject gallerySee allShow lessTriangle Hotel / TAGSelected ProjectsYuhantechnos HQ / MMKM associatesSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Building 3, 3000 Longdong Avenue, Pudong New District, Shanghai, ChinaLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share China ArchDaily Apartments “COPY” Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/886968/base-zhangjiang-mass-design Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/886968/base-zhangjiang-mass-design Clipboard CopyApartments, Refurbishment•Shanghai, China Architects: MASS DESIGN Area Area of this architecture project Area: 12630 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Base Zhangjiang / MASS DESIGNSave this projectSaveBase Zhangjiang / MASS DESIGN Base Zhangjiang / MASS DESIGN Projects “COPY” 2016 CopyAbout this officeMASS DESIGNOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsRefurbishmentShanghaiMASS DESIGNChinaPublished on March 20, 2018Cite: “Base Zhangjiang / MASS DESIGN” 19 Mar 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Tagged with: obituary Recruitment / people Very sad to hear about Liz Monks death. She will be greatly missed. Liz wanted to raise £20,000 for Macmillan. I hope the fundraising 1/2— Craig Linton (@frdetective) November 5, 2015 Fundraiser and charity chief executive Liz Monks has died following a 12-month battle with cancer.She worked in the charity sector for over 20 years, holding senior fundraising roles at Terence Higgins Trust, Shelter, RNID and Action for Children. She served as Director of Fundraising at Breast Cancer Campaign and the Alzheimer’s Society.She also chaired the Institute of Fundraising National Convention Board for many years, helping to expand and develop it to its present scale and quality. Community will rally round & help smash this target. Her Justgiving page is here: https://t.co/RVEHfkJglp— Craig Linton (@frdetective) November 5, 2015 88 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis2 Fundraising to make a differenceFriends and colleagues of Monks have spent the last few months supporting her wish to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support. She announced six weeks ago that she wanted to raise £20,000 to fund a staff member to work full time for one year at the Royal Free Hospital in London where she was being treated.She was passionate about why such support was vital. She said:“I want to make sure that no-one has to go through such misery and loneliness when someone can be there to hold their hand through their difficult decisions, advise or advocate for them… This is one of the most positive things I can do in the time I have left… to use my fundraising skills, and people I know, to make a difference that will help other people after me. In my situation I am sure you’d want to do the same – it’s what makes our profession, and makes us so proud to be in it.” Advertisement Terribly sad news. RIP Liz Monks https://t.co/LxGh8tKSvO— Steve Moore (@steve4good) November 8, 2015 Hugely sad to lose the wonderful Liz Monks – fantastic fundraiser, @ioftweets member & Chair of Convention Board https://t.co/JOj3zpzGyO— Peter Lewis (@piterk68) November 6, 2015 Very sad to hear this. https://t.co/YCcbuxsnsN— Annabel Tompkins (@bel611) November 5, 2015 @ukfundraising v sad news, worked together @alzscot @alzheimerssoc on corporate partnerships https://t.co/NbcxgRBD5T— GM??????? (@gm_glendamac59) November 6, 2015 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 | 5 November 2015 | News @ukfundraising @liz_monks so sad to hear the news – you inspired my early fundraising career— Marie Brown (@AlmusMarie) November 7, 2015 Obituary: Liz Monks, fundraiser & charity leader – UK Fundraising https://t.co/VpfZUpeidX < what terribly sad news. pic.twitter.com/QSNzktYuFy— Paul de Gregorio (@pauldegregorio) November 5, 2015 Sad day for fundraising with the loss of Liz Monks. Obituary here: https://t.co/aotHpDzfcb JG page here: https://t.co/qTUhTUfOq9— Jonathan Waddingham (@jon_bedford) November 6, 2015 Such incredibly sad news about Liz Monks, a brilliant and truly inspiring #Fundraiser https://t.co/ARytwmoA3C— Kiera Ridge (@KieraRidge) November 5, 2015 Awful news – you'll never walk alone Liz – fundraiser & charity leader – https://t.co/tuRSgY0Mnm terribly sad news. pic.twitter.com/1aJMBrQfUC— Alan Gosschalk (@alangoss) November 6, 2015 All of us at the IoF would like to pay tribute to Liz Monks, friend and Fellow of the IoF, who has sadly passed away https://t.co/sSEo2G43iY— Chartered Institute of Fundraising (@CIOFtweets) November 6, 2015 We'd like to express our sadness at passing of Liz Monks, former Director of Fundraising at Breast Cancer Campaign https://t.co/KTmFnEGjmh— Breast Cancer Now (@BCCare) November 6, 2015 Obituary: Liz Monks, fundraiser and charity leader https://t.co/tRmlqQBamM— Hanna Cesek (@Cesekberry) November 6, 2015 “What a truly inspirational and generous soul we have lost. About to re-double efforts for Liz’s appeal.”Derek Humphries https://twitter.com/astaritamark/status/662691159811182593 https://twitter.com/RoxyMartinique/status/662576572638093312 Such sad news. @liz_monks was inspiring both in & out of work & a true fundraiser right to the end https://t.co/3k1VjnTLEZ— Victoria Shillito (@TweetingVic) November 7, 2015 So sad to hear the news. Liz Monks – what a beautiful, inspiring and strong woman. https://t.co/h7jcyeo7Ob— bevacton (@BevActon) November 6, 2015 Such a great loss; passionate fundraiser, supportive friend & great co-conspirator. Our sector is the poorer https://t.co/HA7SZGF58n— Chris Askew (@ChrisAskewCE) November 5, 2015 Terribly sad news.Liz was a brilliant fundraiser. Obituary:Liz Monks, fundraiser and charity leader – UK Fundraising https://t.co/DTzBqi5pF1— James Jopling (@jamesjopling) November 7, 2015 As the fundraising has developed, it has become clear just how many fundraisers have been nurtured and inspired by Monks. Comments on her appeal page show just how much she was respected by fellow fundraisers.Lynda Thomas, CEO of Macmillan and a close of friend of Monks, spoke today about her courage and conviction:“Liz was not just a brilliant fundraiser but also one of the most influential leaders in our sector. Her ability to inspire and galvanize people to make change happen was demonstrated right to the end. Courage is often a much over used word, but in Liz’s case never so apt.”The group of friends and former colleagues promised Monks that they would continue to donate and fundraise for her appeal, and to reach a new target of £50,000. So sad to have lost Liz Monks this week: a friend, colleague and galvanising force in the fundraising profession https://t.co/BIr52cfTDB— Lucy Caldicott (@LucyCaldicott) November 6, 2015 “Liz was one of the most talented, energetic and creative fundraisers I’ve ever met, as well as one of the nicest. She always made time to offer support or advice. She led and influenced those around her with great enthusiasm and energy, was sincerely passionate about the good causes she worked for, and for fundraising itself.“The epitome of a proud fundraiser, she was an inspirational member and Fellow of the IoF, and during her time as chair of our National Convention Board she led the way in making it one of the biggest and best fundraising events in the world. A true believer in the importance of our fundraising community Liz will be missed by us all.”Peter Lewis, CEO of the Institute of Fundraising AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis2 “I had the pleasure and honour of knowing Liz and counting her as a proper fundraising friend. I worked with her on the National Convention board and she brought a fresh energy, enthusiasm and passion that was a real inspiration.“Personally though, Liz was a great confidante and always there with a wise word and advice. Her friendship and support – especially at a time of turmoil – was hugely appreciated and I – and many others – will miss her”.Danielle Atkinson Sad news. Our sympathies to family & friends of @liz_monks Please give in her memory here: https://t.co/tCZObPIYwB https://t.co/CHq6dhlbgY— The SOFII team (@SOFIIisHOT) November 6, 2015 Courageous and inspiring. Our wonderful colleague and friend Liz. Obituary: Liz Monks, fundraiser and charity leader https://t.co/WX8IZxnubk— Lynda Thomas (she/her) (@lynda_thomas) November 6, 2015 Obituary: Liz Monks, fundraiser and charity leader Thoughts on Liz Monks
Home Indiana Agriculture News Trade War Shifting Feed Demand Amid Ethanol Production Cuts SHARE Facebook Twitter The trade war is causing U.S. ethanol production to decline, thus raising the costs of distillers dried grains, a byproduct of the ethanol process that is used for animal feed. Reuters reports cuts to ethanol production are tightening supplies of DDGs and raising prices paid by livestock farmers. Many are turning to other feeds including soybean meal, the price of which eased as China halted imports of American soybeans.The shift in distillers’ grain demand is causing further harm to the ethanol industry, which is facing the lowest ethanol prices in over a decade. Distillers’ grains have previously helped the struggling sector by providing solid demand for the byproduct, but that support is eroding as production is being limited. Ethanol makers were forced to limit production rates over the last year due to the low price, in an effort to deal with negative profit margins. The shift to soybean meal from DDGs is largely seen in the hog sector. Meanwhile, China, the top importer of U.S. DDGs, stopped buying the product last year due to the trade war.Source: NAFB News Service By NAFB News Service – Jan 21, 2019 SHARE Facebook Twitter Trade War Shifting Feed Demand Amid Ethanol Production Cuts Previous articleChina, U.S. Swine Industries Gather to Address African Swine FeverNext articleLegal Advice for Tough Financial Times NAFB News Service
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Top Stories[Breaking] Allahabad HC Demands Production Of Gang-Rape Victim Allegedly Detained In Police Station, A Day After State Police Pulled Up For FIR Delay [Read Order] Mehal Jain20 Oct 2020 9:55 PMShare This – xThe Allahabad High Court on Tuesday took cognisance of the detention of a gang-rape victim in a police station, from a day after the court pulled up the state police for lodging the FIR only after three months of the alleged incident, and that too only upon the Court’s intervention.The bench of Justices Shashi Kant Gupta and Pankaj Bhatia has directed the police to produce the girl before…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 on Tuesday took cognisance of the detention of a gang-rape victim in a police station, from a day after the court pulled up the state police for lodging the FIR only after three months of the alleged incident, and that too only upon the Court’s intervention.The bench of Justices Shashi Kant Gupta and Pankaj Bhatia has directed the police to produce the girl before the court on Wednesday. The bench also ordered the SSP, Pyagraj, the present SHO of the concerned police station and the erstwhile SHO, who is now under suspension, to appear before the Court on Wednesday at 10 AM.”Today, a personal affidavit has also been filed by Smt. Kunti, mother of the girl (victim), wherein she has stated that the girl in question (victim) has been detained in the police station by the police authorities since 16.10.2020. It is further stated that the police is not permitting the family members of the petitioner to meet the girl (victim)”, noted the division bench on Tuesday.Even as the Additional Advocate General sought 24 hours’ time to reply, the bench directed the putting of the matter as a fresh case on Wednesday at 10 AM, ordering the police to produce the girl by 21.10.2020 before itself, besides demanding the attendance of the aforesaid police authorities.”The present petition highlights the laxity shown by the officers in triggering the criminal justice system”, the bench had noted on October 15 in context of the petitioner-victim having been made to run from pillar to post to get registered the FIR for gang-rape.In its order dated October 15, the bench had recorded that the present petitioner alleged that on 11.7.2020 she was raped by four persons and she tried to lodge the First Information Report but the FIR was not lodged. On 22.7.2020, the petitioner claims to have submitted an application before the Senior Superintendent of Police, Prayagraj highlighting that despite her best efforts, the FIR was not being registered. Once again the petitioner claims to have filed an application on 23.7.2020 informing the SSP that despite best efforts the FIR was not being lodged. Ultimately, the petitioner had approached the High Court by filing an application on 30.7.2020.This Court, vide order dated 12.10.2020, had called for instructions from the Standing Counsel. The Standing Counsel has produced the instructions dated 14.10.2020 wherein it has been admitted that a complaint dated 23.7.2020 was indeed forwarded by the petitioner before the SSP. It was further stated in the instructions that the said report was forwarded by the SSP to the concerned Police Station for further action.In pursuance of the said directions, an FIR claims to have been registered on 13.10.2020 under sections 376-D, 392, 328, 504, 506 IPC. It was also brought on record that the statement of the petitioner has been recorded under section 161 Cr.P.C. on 14.10.2020 and the statement under section 164 Cr.P.C. shall be recorded soon. The medico legal examination report of sexual violence was furnished, and the medical examination of the prosecutrix was said to have been done on 14.10.2020.”The sequence of the evidence, as recorded above, on the basis of instructions, highlights the sheer callousness of the police authorities in lodging the FIR after about three months of the alleged incident that too only after this Court had intervened and had called for instructions”, the bench had stated, reiterating that it is well settled that the information disclosing a cognizable offence should be initiated with all expedition as the same is necessary to bring the prosecution to its logical conclusion fairly. “Whereas, in the present case, laxity, which has been done at the behest of the police authorities, has not been explained at all. There is no explanation as to why three months was taken for lodging the FIR and for proceeding in accordance with the complaint made by the petitioner. There is nothing on record as to what action was taken by the Senior Superintendent of Police except merely forwarding the application of the petitioner before the Station House Officer, Police Station Phoolpur, District Prayagraj”, the bench had reprimanded.On a prima facie consideration, the Court was of the view that on account of the laxity of the police officials, the prosecution may be seriously affected. The bench had stated that the action taken in the form of lodging of the FIR on 13.10.2020 and the subsequent medico legal examination of the petitioner on 14.10.2020, are “prima facie a hogwash”.”Considering the facts, which prima facie disclose the laxity on the part of the police authorities, this Court is of the view that the matter needs to be taken seriously. Needless to add that time and again the courts have emphasized lodging of the FIR and conducting the medico legal examination with all expedition”, the bench had expressed.Noting that the respondent authorities, prima facie, have failed to take action as was expected of them, the Court had declared that the liability for the lapses which are prima facie evident, should be fixed, and as such the SSP and the SHO were directed to appear personally before the Court on Tuesday on which date the Court proposed to pass further orders “keeping in view the glaring facts, which have come to the knowledge of the Court”.Click Here to Download Order[Read Order]Next Story