News UpdatesLawyer Couple Stabbed To Death In Telangana LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK17 Feb 2021 7:37 AMShare This – xA lawyer couple from Telangana, who had earlier complained of harassment in connection to the public interest litigations filed by them, was murdered in broad daylight near Hyderabad today. As reported by the Hindu, Advocates Gattu Vaman Rao and his wife PV Nagamani were returning to Hyderabad after attending a court case in Manthani, when their vehicle was intercepted 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?LoginA lawyer couple from Telangana, who had earlier complained of harassment in connection to the public interest litigations filed by them, was murdered in broad daylight near Hyderabad today. As reported by the Hindu, Advocates Gattu Vaman Rao and his wife PV Nagamani were returning to Hyderabad after attending a court case in Manthani, when their vehicle was intercepted and they were stabbed multiple times by some unidentified men. The couple was rushed to a nearby hospital where they succumbed to the injuries this afternoon. Rao and Nagamani had filed a PIL against alleged custodial death of one Seelam Rangaiah in Manthani. In a letter addressed to the High Court Chief Justice, the couple had alleged that Rangaiah was brought to the Manthani Police Station and was kept under lock-up for four days. During this period, he was allegedly subjected to custodial torture. Subsequently, unable to bear the police atrocities, it was claimed that Mr. Rangaiah died in the lock-up under suspicious circumstances on 26.05.2020 at 4:00 a.m. Advocate Nagamani prayed before the Court to issue directions for registration of an FIR and also conduct a judicial enquiry into the death of Sheelam Rangaiah. In September 2020, the couple had moved an application before the Court, alleging that they are being threatened by the Police Department. Advocate Nagamani had alleged that her husband was falsely implicated in a FIR and she was threatened over phone that by getting involved in this case, she is not only risking her life but also the lives of her children and other family members. Following these submissions, a Division Bench had directed the Director General of Police, Telangana State, to ensure that the couple is not harassed. Last week, the High Court passed an order extending the protection granted to them.The Bar Council of Telangana has issued a statement condemning the alleged incident. “The country is witnessing frequent attacks on advocates and that no person can take Law into hands and resort to illegal activities and that the matter shall be dealt with as per the Law,” it said. The Council has demanded the Police to probe the and arrest the culprits. It has also asked the Government to enact Advocates Protection Act to safeguard the Advocate Community, who discharge their duties to protect the rights of the Citizens.Next Story
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Flexsecurity, the €270m pension fund for so-called ‘flexworkers’ in the Netherlands, has shelved plans to convert itself into the new pensions vehicle PPI.The scheme, which manages pensions for 55,000 flexworkers and 350,000 former flexworkers at the Randstad agency, is currently assessing whether it can continue implementing its pension arrangements on its own under a new board model, according to Raimond Schikhof, its director.Schikhof said the main reason for the scheme’s change of tack on the PPI was the complicated process for obtaining the necessary licence.“We had hoped the supervisor DNB would treat us – as an existing pension fund – differently from any new commercial player,” he said. “Unfortunately, this appeared not to be the case. As the licensing process would have cost us at least half a million, our board has made a rational decision.”According to the director, Flexsecurity’s main reason for transforming itself into a PPI was its wish to bring its board structure of equal representation in line with modern governance requirements“Our board wanted to improve the expertise and availability of the board members,” Schikhof said.“That is why we are now headed for an independent board model, consisting of at least two independent professionals, which reports to a stakeholder body.”He said the new board option had been made possible by the governance legislation that will come into force on 1 July 2014.Flexsecurity’s PPI would have been the largest in the Netherlands, and was scheduled to start on 1 January 2014.At the end of last year, Flexsecurity concluded a new five-year contract for risk insurance with Nationale Nederlanden (NN), and contracted out its administration to NN subsidiary AZL for a similar period.The scheme placed its full asset management with Kempen Capital Management on 1 January.Flexsecurity manages an age-dependent, collective lifecycle scheme, with an age group-related investment mix.
The Super Falcons are soar-away favourites tonight to eliminate their counterparts from Algeria and reach the next round of the African qualifying series for next year’s Olympics Women Football Tournament.The nine-time African champions thumped their hosts 2-0 in the first leg in Blida last week Wednesday and look to quickly shut the door against the North Africans at the return leg at the Agege Stadium, Lagos today in order to start focusing on the second round of the series against either Cote d’Ivoire or Mali.Mali, who host Tuesday’s return leg in Bamako, lost 0-3 to the Ivorians in Abidjan last week and have a mountain to surmount against the visitors, whose game has been steadily improving over the years. An own goal by an Algerian defender and a second half strike by midfielder Amarachi Okoronkwo gave the Falcons the robust lead ahead of the home leg.Head Coach Thomas Dennerby has even a stronger pack to choose from, with six foreign –based professionals having joined the squad for the return leg, led by FC Barcelona of Spain’s Asisat Oshoala. There are also defenders Ngozi Ebere and Osinachi Ohale, midfielder Ngozi Okobi and forwards Rasheedat Ajibade and Francisca Ordega.World football-ruling body, FIFA has appointed Zomadre Kore from Cote d’Ivoire to be the referee.Her compatriots Lou Ta (assistant referee 1), Denise Akoua (assistant referee 2) and Fatoumata Kra (fourth official) will join her on the assignment.Ghanaian Emmanuella Aglago will serve as referee assessor and Cameroonian Souadatou Kalkaba will be match commissioner.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Submitted to Sumner Newscow â€” Todayâ€™s Wellington High School bulletin for Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014:Wednesdayâ€¢PSAT TestThursdayâ€¢AVCTL Cross Country at Wellington High School, 4 p.m.â€¢C-team Volleyball at Wellington, 5 p.m.Fridayâ€¢4A State Tennis at Winfieldâ€¢Football at WHS vs. Rose Hill 7 p.m. – Senior NightSaturdayâ€¢ 4A State Tennis at Winfieldâ€¢ Volleyball at Clearwater 9 a.m.Wednesdayâ€™s lunch: Taco Burger/bun, romaine and tomato, refried beans, mandarin oranges, black/bean and corn salsa with tortilla chips.Thursdayâ€™s lunch: Pasta Bake, green pepper strips, baby carrots, applesauce, brownie. Guidance Office News:College visits during lunch:Tuesday, October 21- KANSAS STATEThursday, October 23- Butler CCCÂ Tuesday, November 11- Pittsburg StateThursday, November 13- Fort Hays College *Crusaders, please remember to detach the lids of the empty bottles you recycle. Also, please do not put your trash in the recycle bins- put the paper in the paper bins and bottles in the bottle bins. Lastly, weâ€™d like to say we only recycle plastic bottles and paper. Thank you- WHS Leadership Todayâ€™s News*Drama Students: Mrs. Kelly must have your Thespian Conference contract and money today.Â You will not be able to attend unless the amount is paid in full.Â Krispy Kreme fundraiser orders and money are also dueÂ today before 3:15. The order will go in at that time.*There will be a SADD meeting tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.*Crusader Creators – don’t forget to bring your t-shirt designs to the meetingÂ today!*The middle school leadership team will be having a bake sale at the football game this Friday. All proceeds will go to Jeff Frazee for his daughter Makenaâ€™s medical expenses. She has been battling Cystic Fibrosis. You can also wear purple to the game-which is the color for cystic fibrosis.*The end of the first nine9weeks is Friday, October 17. All missing assignments need to be completed and turned in on or before this date. Remember, your semester grade is the average of your first nine weeks and second nine weeks.*Â Donâ€™t forget to participate in No make up Mondays for Operation Beautiful and wear pink to support breast cancer awareness month.*If you’re interested in learning about the Work Ethic Program, stop by Mrs. Hatfield’s office for a brochure.Â Sign up byÂ Oct. 20th!