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News UpdatesDelhi High Court Comes Down Heavily On Tihar Jail Authorities For Alleged Murder Of 23-yo Undertrial In Prison Shreya Agarwal24 Feb 2021 1:48 AMShare This – xThe Delhi High Court today came down heavily on the Delhi state government and Tihar jail authorities while hearing a compensation petition on the alleged murder of a 23-yo undertrial, Dilsher Azad in Delhi’s Tihar jail, and directed the Delhi Police to file a status report within 3 days. The court also asked the respondents of the petition, the state of Delhi, the Director General and…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Delhi High Court today came down heavily on the Delhi state government and Tihar jail authorities while hearing a compensation petition on the alleged murder of a 23-yo undertrial, Dilsher Azad in Delhi’s Tihar jail, and directed the Delhi Police to file a status report within 3 days. The court also asked the respondents of the petition, the state of Delhi, the Director General and the Superintendent, Tihar Jail to clarify whether any FIR and chargesheet have been filed with respect to the incident.Noting that the incident was very serious in nature, the court also asked the jail authorities for the relevant CCTV footage of the incident, and observed that in such cases the footage must be seized and confisacted immediately.The undertrial youngster, Dilsher Azad had been lodged in Delhi’s Tihar jail since Sept 19, 2019, and was allegedly murdered by inmates. Azad’s father received information about his son’s sudden death in the prison on Nov 30, 2020.Azad’s father has also alleged that upon reaching the prison he was not informed the real reason for his son’s death despite repeated requests, and only got the relevant information once his advocate reached the prison.It has been said in the petition that Azad was found dead with knife injuries, specifically 9 wounds on his body.On a related note, Single Judge bench of Justice Prathiba Singh hearing the case also pointed out that the time limit for which CCTV footages are stored in Tihar needs to be increased from its current limit.She said, “I had visited the Tihar jail once, and they have a very small time limit for which they preserve the CCTV footage. Nowadays we have cloud servers, so the issue with storage space is not there anymore. We should increase the time for storage of CCTV footages.”Next Story
The in-store bakery (ISB) provides true theatre in supermarkets, encouraging retailers to maximise innovation and introduce increasingly exciting product lines. An integral part of the supermarket offering, the ISB enables consumers to indulge, experiment and enjoy the freshest of craft bakery products in-store.Celebrating the 25th anniversary of its brand this year, Délifrance says it is delighted to once again sponsor the In-Store Bakery of the Year category at the Baking Industry Awards. The award invites entry from all ISB managers who can demonstrate a well-tailored product range, good availability and ideas for maximising sales and promoting growth. In addition, judges will be looking for outstanding customer service, good team spirit and excellent management of resources or skills development.”By entering, ISB teams are contributing further to raising the profile of their expertise, their craft and their value in retail,” says Ian Dobbie, MD of Délifrance UK. “In-store bakery is a vital part of the supermarket experience and, through the Baking Industry Awards, we can strengthen the reputation and inspire appreciation of this jewel in the supermarket’s crown, while developing the possibilities ahead for offering choice, innovation and theatre to the consumer.”Délifrance grows and harvests its own wheat and has a portfolio of products that includes speciality breads, Viennoiserie, filled pastries and frozen branded breads and mini pastries. “Délifrance is today, more than ever before, the natural partner for retail ISB,” says Dobbie. “In an industry that is developing at an incredible pace, it is vital that those in-store champions, the very people in ISB who not only represent but deliver excellence, innovation, quality and expertise, are recognised and acknowledged by their peers.”
For one of the term’s first major policy initiatives, student body president Lauren Vidal and vice president Matthew Devine, both seniors, set out to augment late night student transportation on campus with the Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol (O’SNAP).O’SNAP allows Notre Dame Security Police (NDSP) student employees to use two Global Electric Motor (GEM) cars to give students rides at night, NDSP sergeant Tracy Skibins said. Two NDSP golf carts supplement the service if both cars are in use.O’SNAP runs Sunday through Wednesday from 8:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m, and on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, it runs from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m, Skibins said.Vidal said O’SNAP came to fruition after discussing campus safety and looking for tangible ways to positively impact the student experience through a necessary safety initiative.“We conducted research, worked with NDSP and ND Transportation to determine the best vehicles for the new service,” Vidal said. “Thus far, it has been a very positive initiative, but overall we will continue to build upon the program to tailor it to Notre Dame’s current climate.”Skibins said the service averaged approximately 650 rides per month during October and September.“In the month of November, O’SNAP recorded over 1,000 riders in only one month,” Vidal said.Students can receive rides from O’SNAP by calling NDSP or going to the substation in the lower level of LaFortune Student Center, Skibins said.“Students who are in LaFortune can go up to the student employee and request a ride that way, if they don’t want to call on the phone,” she said. “[The student employee] also offers safety tips, information on how to register property and all the different resources available to them through NDSP. That’s brand new, too, and it’s tied in with the O’SNAP program.”Skibins said the O’SNAP service fits NDSP’s larger mission to promote student safety, and NDSP still offers assistance when the program is not operating.“Let’s say its 3:30 a.m. and the service is no longer operating, or its 8 p.m. and the service has not started yet — we won’t turn anyone away if you call NDSP,” Skibins said. “We will simply dispatch one of our officers to assist.“NDSP is thrilled to be working together with student government in offering this service to students,” she said. “NDSP and NDSP student employees realize that we are working on making this as efficient as possible and as useful as possible, and we expect improvement along the way.”Vidal said the O’SNAP service has received positive feedback so far, and her administration continues to develop services that reflect student needs.“We will be utilizing vans, provided by Notre Dame Transportation, for the heavy winter snows, so that students will still get safe, reliable and warm transportation,” she said. “The mobile app is almost completed, thanks to [the Office of Information Technologies] and NDSP’s help, and we will be launching it soon. The mobile app will have choices for pick up and drop off locations all around campus and will send a message straight to dispatchers.“O’SNAP is still being worked on, as we are always looking to make the program better, but we have seen a huge increase in ridership and students utilizing safe and reliable transportation in the evenings. This is what we set out to do, now we will work throughout the remainder of the year to make it even stronger.”Tags: Lauren Vidal, Matthew Devine, NDSP, Notre Dame Security Police, O’SNAP, Student government, Tracy Skibins
Mobile applications’ frequent use of personally identifiable information presents significant vulnerabilities as sensitive information is transmitted, according to the Palo Alto, Calif.-based Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Cyber Risk Report 2016.As the number of connected mobile devices increases, criminals have been diversifying malware to target the most popular mobile operating platforms. The number of Android threats, forms of malware and potentially unwanted applications grew to more than 10,000 daily, reaching a total year over year increase of 153%. Apple iOS represented the greatest growth rate, with a malware sample increase of more than 230%. continue reading » 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Continuing concerns over the Coronavirus have already started effecting some local businesses as the week ends. Some have decided to remain open for now. Public and community health remains a top priority, but as these last few days have already shown, it’s tough to say how much of an impact this will ultimately have on local businesses. As BU switches to online classes, Shey quickly saw how a packed bar could lead to potential virus spread like a classroom environment, weighing in on his decision. “That traffic, once again, creates a bigger footprint than anybody thinks, just initially. The same thing applies to us,” said Shey. “We’ve already had to cancel some invoices that we had for some pending events and they just got canceled. So, I don’t know, it’s definitely going to have an effect on the economy that’s for sure,” said Coolbaugh. “I got staff and I got a bunch of great college students and regular crowd who I’m responsible for. I’m therefore going to refer to the experts and because of that there’s no way I can remain open and act in good faith,” said Tom and Marty’s Co-Owner Lawrence Shey. “There’s not a whole lot of interaction. The retail stuff isn’t the biggest part of our business so it’s not too big of a deal. So for us it wasn’t too big of a decision to kind of stay open and kind of do business as usual,” said Muckles Inc. Founder Casey Coolbaugh. One local bar with a smaller space and more chance for close-quarters interaction decided to shut down for now. “I don’t even want to contemplate the financial aspect of it yet. Not just for me, but my staff. Yes they are only students, but they still need the revenue, they still need the income. I haven’t even begun to process that, but I think first and foremost, public safety,” said Shey.
Lauren has been writing and editing since 2008. She loves working with text and helping writers find their voice. When she’s not typing away at her computer, she cooks and travels with her husband and two daughters. The Gadget Flow Daily Digest highlights and explores the latest intech trends to keep you informed. Want it straight to your inbox?Subscribe ➜ For staying in touch with colleagues and management on the regular, you’ll want to look into earbuds or headphones with quite a few hours of battery life, like these true wireless earbuds with four mics. Or, if your work involves presenting big ideas to your clients, these headphones can give your voice that professional quality. No matter which service your company uses to stay in touch, we have some pretty cool and practical suggestions to help you sound your best.UGREEN Hi Tune Wireless EarbudsFirst up on our list of great earbuds and headphones for work in 2020 are the UGREEN Hi Tune Wireless Earbuds. 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Thanks to their MagSafe technology, they’re hard to misplace since they connect to the back of any smartphone. They also offer impressive sound and 45 hours of total battery, which is great for any Slack call.Sennheiser MOMENTUM Wireless Modern HeadphonesThe Sennheiser MOMENTUM Wireless Modern Headphones give you studio-quality audio along with practical features. You’ll enjoy 17 hours of battery life as well as integration with your phone’s voice assistant.Sennheiser MOMENTUM wireless modern headphones on a womanLG Tone Free FN7 EarbudsThe LG Tone Free FN7 Earbuds help you block out noise and stay healthy. The UVnano charging case zaps 99.9% of E.coli and S. aureus bacteria on the earbuds’ mesh. And the three microphones track soundwaves from any direction to eliminate background noise. That way, you’ll truly focus on that meeting.LG Tone Free FN7 earbuds on a workspaceOnePlus Buds Z True Wireless EarbudsThe OnePlus Buds Z True Wireless Earbuds have a powerful bass boost and with the charging case, you’ll get up to 20 hours of battery. Also, since these earbuds are Google Assistant-compatible, they’ll help you keep up with all of your appointments.OnePlus Buds Z true wireless earbuds on a gray carpetJBL Club Pro+ True Wireless in-Ear HeadphonesThe JBL Club Pro+ True Wireless in-Ear Headphones is another great set of earbuds for remote work in 2020. They offer ANC at a pretty affordable price. And for music lovers, they connect to an app that offers Stage+. This feature lets you access presets created by well-known DJs.JBL Club Pro+ true wireless in-ear headphones on a deskSony WH-1000X M4 Noise-Canceling HeadphonesThe Sony WH-1000X M4 Noise-Canceling Headphones are another excellent item on this list of headphones and earbuds for work. They adapt to outside noise in real time. You’ll also get smart features for better control of Alexa and Google Assistant. Need a great pair of headphones or earbuds for you Zoom, Google Meet, and Slack calls? Then you’ll want to have a look at today’s roundup. Today we’re highlighting some of the best headphones and earbuds out there for the call quality you need to communicate professionally.There are plenty of great earbuds and headphones to choose from in 2020. Whether you need a stable Bluetooth connection for those chats with your boss or something with a long battery life for team meetings, today’s roundup has you covered. Today we’re presenting you with some of the best earbuds and headphones for work.Related: 12 WFH Secret Santa gifts for 2020- Advertisement – Bose QuietComfort EarbudsThe Bose QuietComfort Earbuds come with active and passive noise cancellation, letting you choose how much background sound you want to cancel. 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You’ll also enjoy up to 20 hours of battery life or up to ten hours of calls. The voice-isolating microphones make your voice sound clear and composed.Jabra Elite 75t True Wireless EarbudsThe Jabra Elite 75t True Wireless Earbuds are another great set of earbuds for work in 2020, especially for long calls. That’s because their battery case gives you a total of 28 hours to keep up with your most hectic days. Best of all, the MyControls feature lets you customize incoming and outgoing calls. Sennheiser CX 400BT true wireless earbuds in a woman’s ear We hope this list helps you find the perfect headphones and earbuds for your Zoom, Google Meet, and Slack calls. Whether you work from home or need to communicate with colleagues in other time zones, there’s certainly something for you. Let us know what you’re looking for in a great set of headphones and earbuds for work in the comments.Want more tech news, reviews, and guides from Gadget Flow? 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MATTHEW KUTZ/Herald photoBrian Calhoun didn’t take long to make his presence felt as a Wisconsin Badger. Playing in his first game in nearly two seasons, the junior running back and Colorado transfer rushed for 258 yards and five touchdowns on 43 carries to lead Wisconsin to a 56-42 win over Bowling Green in the team’s season opener.In doing so, Calhoun racked up more rushing yards in a debut performance at UW than any tailback in school history. He tied the Wisconsin rushing touchdown record while surpassing his previous career rushing high, 137 yards, by the second quarter.“I was excited to get out there,” Calhoun said. “The first few plays I had a few butterflies, but after we kept moving the ball, I really became more comfortable with the game.”At the same time, the Oak Creek native managed to steal the spotlight from Falcons quarterback and Heisman trophy candidate Omar Jacobs, who passed for 458 yards and five touchdowns in the loss despite directing his team to a 13-0 first-quarter lead.Jacobs began the game completing 11 of his first 12 passes for a pair of touchdowns to spot Bowling Green the early advantage.“I think Jacobs, he lives up to his billing,” UW head coach Barry Alvarez said. “He’s exceptional, a lot of poise, knows where to go with the ball. They (the Falcons) create a lot of problems.”Wisconsin responded on its second possession, with Calhoun rushing for 42 yards on a drive capped by a 21-yard touchdown strike from John Stocco to wide receiver Jonathan Orr. Stocco had missed part of the scoring drive after taking a helmet-to-helmet hit from Falcon corner Antonio Smith on a first-down scramble.“That was a prime example of an illegal play,” Alvarez said of the hit. “For a player to get hit with the helmet, unprotected like that, that’s a penalty. John needs to learn how to go down. He needs to slide and not take a hit.”Stocco’s touchdown toss was the first of five Badger touchdowns in the second quarter, an offensive explosion that yielded the most points in one quarter during the Barry Alvarez era.Not surprisingly, Calhoun led the way, rushing for 106 yards and three touchdowns in the quarter. An 85-yard kickoff return from Brandon Williams set up another Wisconsin score, an eight-yard plunge from fullback Matt Bernstein.However, Jacobs kept Bowling Green in the shootout with some fireworks of his own, engineering a trio of touchdown drives for the Falcons in the second quarter. A Jacobs touchdown pass to senior Steve Sanders, the duo’s second scoring connection of the contest, tied the game at 35-35 with just four seconds remaining in the first half.After the break, though, Calhoun put a stranglehold on the match-up. The UW defense did its part as well, allowing the Falcons just one yard of offense in the third quarter.“Our defense did what they had to do the first few possessions of the second half to get the ball back for us,” Alvarez said.Meanwhile, a Wisconsin offensive line featuring three new starters continued to open gaping holes for Calhoun and backup tailback Booker Stanley, who rushed for 103 yards in his reserve capacity. The duo combined for all 66 yards on the Badgers’ opening drive of the second stanza, with Calhoun capping the march with his fourth score.“It was to a point where (the offensive line would) come back to the sidelines saying they wanted to run every play,” Calhoun said. “Because we knew that we were having the mentality of finishing and Bowling Green’s defense really didn’t have an answer for us so we just kept pounding.”After consecutive sacks by Nick Hayden and Mark Zalewski forced a Bowling Green punt, Calhoun and Stanley went back to work, racking up 51 yards on the ground on a drive that spanned 5:39. This time, however, Stanley did the honors, breaking a 15-yard scamper to pay-dirt to give Wisconsin a two-touchdown advantage it would never relinquish.Calhoun went on to add another rushing score early in the fourth quarter to tie the school record, joining Anthony Davis and Billy Marek as the only Badgers ever to rush for five touchdowns in a single game.Jacobs, on the other hand, endured his share of struggles after the break, completing just 10 of his 22 attempts and throwing his first interception of the season. He did find Charles Sharon for a 20-yard touchdown following Calhoun’s final score to keep the Falcons in the game. However, the UW defense did enough in the second half to seal the victory for the Badgers in a very atypical contest.“You get in shootouts sometimes, and if you walk out of there with a win, that’s great,” Alvarez said. “There’s a lot of different ways to win games. I’m pleased with the win. But if we can build off the good things, the important thing is that we correct a number of the mistakes that we made. But I think this will help us. This should help this team.”