Submit an Event Listing Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Episcopal Church releases new prayer book translations into Spanish and French, solicits feedback Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs Rector Tampa, FL Rector Albany, NY Rector Martinsville, VA Rector Hopkinsville, KY Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Director of Music Morristown, NJ Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Submit a Job Listing Rector Bath, NC Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Featured Events Posted Nov 6, 2014 Press Release Service Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL [Episcopal Church Foundation press release] The Episcopal Church Foundation’s (ECF) board of directors unanimously voted to elect three new members: Angela M. Daniel, Columbia, South Carolina; Susan M. Love, Pacific Palisades, California; and Margaret P. McLarty, Jackson, Mississippi.“We’re delighted to welcome these new members to the ECF Board,” remarked Donald V. Romanik, ECF president. “They bring a wealth of experience, faith, and commitment to ECF’s ministries. We look forward to their wisdom and insight as ECF continues to respond to the needs of Episcopal faith communities.”Angela M. DanielDaniel worships at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Colombia, South Carolina, where she serves as coordinator of Lay Eucharistic Ministry, and formerly served on the vestry as well as numerous other committees. She is also currently president of Province IV of the Episcopal Church, and has served as deputy to General Convention since 2003. Daniel holds a Master’s in English and is a professional fundraiser and owner and president of Stewards, LLC. She is married to James M. Daniel, III and has two sons, Andrew and Patrick.Susan M. Love, M.D., MBALove is chief visionary officer of the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation in Santa Monica, California, and clinical professor of surgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. She is a nationally known breast cancer surgeon, author of Dr. Susan Love’s Breast Book, and one of the “founding mothers” of the breast cancer advocacy movement. Love is a member of St. Matthews, Pacific Palisades, California, where she is engaged in parish activities including the Altar Guild, usher, reader, LEM, Emmaus Group, and Foyer Group. Love is married to Dr. Helen Cooksey and they have one daughter, Katie.Margaret P. McLartyMcLarty is a member of Saint Andrew’s Cathedral, Jackson, Mississippi, where she serves as co-chair of the cathedral’s successful capital campaign. She has also served on the vestry, as well as several cathedral and diocesan committees. She has been actively engaged with organizations throughout the Episcopal Church, including Vergers Guild of the Episcopal Church, St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, Ridgeland, Mississippi, and University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee. McLarty is senior vice president – investments, assistant branch manager and certified financial planner for Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC, Ridgeland, Mississippi. McLarty was married to the late William A. McLarty and has two sons, Andrew and Nathan.In addition, the ECF board also elected two new advisors to the board, Danielle Kozlowski, Alexandria, VA and David Wasik (retiring director), Richmond, Virginia.ECF’s board of directors will next meet in New York November 6-8, 2014. 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Projects Finger Joint House / LAND ArquitectosSave this projectSaveFinger Joint House / LAND Arquitectos “COPY” “COPY” Photographs: Cristóbal PalmaText description provided by the architects. We encountered a degraded agricultural site, which takes its value primarily by the distant view to the mountains and vineyards. So we wanted to create a new landscape concept and give new values to the immediate areas within the site, through the architecture and its interaction with the site. Save this picture!© Cristóbal PalmaFor achieving this we apply a simple strategy that we called “finger Joint” . JOINT: The point at which two parts join into an artificial structure. Architecture (artificial) + Field (artificial site, degraded agricultural land). This results in the arrangement of interlocking volumes (finger joint) with the terrain, shaping a new landscape. The “Landscaping” becomes active or functional, as these green voids in between the volumes provide ventilation and cools down the indoor temperature. Save this picture!© Cristóbal PalmaAlso, these voids are covered with vegetation that protects the wood from the strongest sun exposure from the north avoiding premature aging. The voids as yards have a functional role for the house too. The major views from the inside were direct o to the surrounding hills and vineyards. Save this picture!© Cristóbal PalmaGreen patios, cross-ventilation and opening to the prevailing winds to cool down the house White ventilated wooden covering on the outside walls. Save this picture!© Cristóbal PalmaFor the complete photoset you can visit Cristobal Palma’s website.Project gallerySee allShow lessZayed National Museum / Foster + PartnersArticlesAD Recommends: Best of the WeekArticles Share Save this picture!© Cristóbal Palma+ 21 Share ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/91962/finger-joint-house-land-arquitectos Clipboard CopyAbout this officeLAND ArquitectosOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesWoodHousesLos NogalesChilePublished on November 30, 2010Cite: “Finger Joint House / LAND Arquitectos” 30 Nov 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021.
“COPY” Save this picture!© Alfredo J. LlorensRecommended ProductsWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsFiber Cements / CementsApavisaTiles – Nanofusion 7.0WoodBruagBalcony BalustradesWindowsKalwall®Facades – Window ReplacementsText description provided by the architects. During the first visit to the place, the team already realized that this project would be special. Located in a fantastic enclave, the plot had the ideal characteristics for designing the perfect home for our customers. The resulting design complements the pre-existing volume without taking away its prominence.Save this picture!© Alfredo J. LlorensSave this picture!Ground FloorOne of the premises of the clients was to dedicate part of the built volume to house their esteemed collection of vintage cars and motorcycles. Following this pretext, the volumes were organized in such a way that they mixed together, giving privacy to the spaces and a place of ‘continuous exhibition’ for their collection.Save this picture!© Alfredo J. LlorensSave this picture!First FloorThe project consists of 3 volumes: the main body, where the heart of the house is located, a longitudinal volume for service areas and another one opening to the exterior. The first of them maintains the character of the constructions of the area, while the other two blocks extend into the space giving way to a much more modern and blunt materiality.Save this picture!© Alfredo J. LlorensSave this picture!West Elevation / South ElevationSave this picture!© Alfredo J. LlorensThe spaces on the ground floor have a direct connection to the exterior, but always maintaining their privacy, thanks to the change of height of the garden.Save this picture!© Alfredo J. LlorensA carefully chosen interior design of the house contributes to the warmth, sobriety and at the same time modernity, requested by the clients.Save this picture!© Alfredo J. LlorensProject gallerySee allShow lessUpcycling Wood: Disused Materials Transformed Into Valuable And Useful ObjectsArticlesJuan Herreros on His Thriving Career in Architecture and AcademiaArticles Share Architects: ART Proyectos y Arquitectura Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/917260/the-cabin-house-art-proyectos-y-arquitectura Clipboard Arturo Roldán ArchDaily Projects Save this picture!© Alfredo J. Llorens+ 11Curated by Clara Ott Share Manufacturers: Foscarini, HAY, Normann Copenhagen, Grant Featherston, Mimax The Cabin House / ART Proyectos y Arquitectura Spain 2018 “COPY” The Cabin House / ART Proyectos y ArquitecturaSave this projectSaveThe Cabin House / ART Proyectos y Arquitectura Photographs: Alfredo J. Llorens Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Houses CopyHouses, Extension•Chiva, Spain Lead Architect: Area: 690 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/917260/the-cabin-house-art-proyectos-y-arquitectura Clipboard Photographs CopyAbout this officeART Proyectos y ArquitecturaOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentExtensionChivaSpainPublished on May 17, 2019Cite: “The Cabin House / ART Proyectos y Arquitectura” [Casa La Cabaña / ART Proyectos y Arquitectura] 17 May 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Tagged with: corporate fundraising giving day London 243 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis12 242 total views, 2 views today 424 London businesses celebrated their charitable and volunteering efforts for this year’s City Giving Day 2019 – a record number for organisers The Lord Mayor’s Appeal.The firms showcased their philanthropic efforts on 24 September, with thousands of City and Canary Wharf workers, clients, suppliers and supporters wearing red for the day.City Giving Day champions the corporate social responsibility, philanthropy, or volunteering initiatives that companies in the Square Mile do to support charity, society, their local communities, and the environment in which they work.Alderman Peter Estlin, the Lord Mayor of the City of London, as well as the Lady Mayoress, Sheriffs and Aldermen visited more than 50 companies across the Square Mile who took part in the celebration through a variety of awareness and fundraising events.Estlin said:“City firms are doing some really valuable work, benefitting society through business volunteering, fundraising events and philanthropic work. City Giving Day 2019 was a great chance to spread the word about this amazing work, as so many businesses look to extend their philanthropic work and corporate social responsibility.Activities throughout the day included a quiz, treasure hunt, and a fundraising static bike competition. The Lord Mayor took part in Tour de Canary Wharf and Tour de City, pedalling for charity. Organisations took part with a range of activities, including hosting bake sales, a rickshaw challenge, coffee mornings, and visiting local charities.Jonathan Bewes, Vice Chairman, Corporate & Institutional Banking at Standard Chartered Bank, said: Advertisement “City Giving Day is a great mobilising day to recognise the contribution the City makes within our communities. This City Giving Day, Standard Chartered celebrated the launch of our Futuremakers programme, Goal, which aims to unleash the economic potential of girls in underserved communities.”Among the other firms taking part, Arthur Financials organised a bake off, had a sponsored haircutting session, and supported young people with employability skills.MacFarlanes LLP saw 13 teams go head to head in their annual static triathlon today, raising over £4000 for their Charity of the Year, The Royal Marsden, and bringing the total for their partnership to over £125,000.Addleshaw Goddard welcomed the Lord Mayor to their office for Afternoon Tea where they were able to showcase the CSR work taking place across the firm, while over 70 employees at KMPG collectively rowed 1,000km to raise money for NSPCC.The Lord Mayor’s Appeal’s three chosen charities, which will be supported through City Giving Day, are Place2Be, OnSide Youth Zones and Samaritans.Place2Be will use the funds to provide children in 180 schools across London with access to mental health and emotional support, tackling the 75% of mental health issues that start in childhood.OnSide Youth Zones is creating five state-of-the-art centres in areas of deprivation, providing access to a safe space and programme of activities ranging from sport and music to mentoring, transforming lives in communities for those that need it most. They have already opened centres in Barking & Dagenham and Barnet.Samaritans’ new initiative Wellbeing in the City will use the funds raised for its online platform, giving employees skills to manage wellbeing in the workplace. About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. WATCH: Highlights of City Giving Day 2019 Melanie May | 30 September 2019 | News Record number take part in City Giving Day 2019 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis12
Students debut performances of drag personas as part of unique new course SGA elections: A guide to candidate platforms Kat Matthewshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/kat-matthews/ Kat Matthews TCU’s EIF plays with real money on Wall Street Twitter Previous articleCampus bookstore to undergo name, operation changeNext articleComedy group brings new approach of brainstorming to the Neeley School Kat Matthews RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ReddIt Website| + posts Twitter Youngest TCU Graduate to date Kat Matthewshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/kat-matthews/ ReddIt Condensed semester, lost week to snowstorm adding to some students stress during finals week Kat Matthewshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/kat-matthews/ Chancellor Boschini is responsible for signing every graduating students’ diploma. Kat Matthews is a managing editor for TCU360. She is an active coffee enthusiast and spends more time playing with her dog than she should. Kat also lives in the TCU Convergence Center, so if someone wanted to make her day, that someone should send a large pizza her way. Facebook Kat Matthewshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/kat-matthews/ Seniors Speak Up about life lessons Linkedin printGraduation is coming. The graduating seniors are getting prepared to walk across the stage, shake Chancellor Boschini’s hand, and receive the piece of paper representing all of the hard work leading up to that final day.Graduates are busy studying for finals, attending appointments, and trying to finish the long stretch of the race to graduation. But what about the man standing on stage, shaking hands with all of those hard-working students?How does Chancellor Boschini prepare for graduation?“Mostly, I sign the 2000 degrees that will be given to students when they walk across that stage,” Boschini said.Chancellor Boscini prepares for the upcoming graduation ceremonies.In increments of about 200 degrees each, Chancellor Boschini signs each individual student’s degree.But this year is a little different.“This year, we’re having three commencement ceremonies,” Boschini said. “There are so many students graduating that we needed to divide the ceremonies up.”Boschini said the three ceremonies could be a downside for students. The more ceremonies mean smaller sizes of graduates in each ceremony.The bigger the class sizes are, the more people will be attending graduation. Boschini said if a large number of students are in one ceremony, the stadium might not have enough room for everyone the students want to invite.“I would hate to have to sell tickets to graduation,” Boschini said. “But the stadium only fits so many people, and we don’t want to limit the number of people each student can bring.”Whether or not the graduates appreciate the smaller graduation ceremonies, Chancellor Boschini will be waiting on stage to congratulate each person on their hard work and on their graduation. Linkedin Facebook The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years
News RSF_en Morocco’s drop (-8 places) reflects the authorities’ tension over issues relating to press freedom, evident since early 2009. The sentencing of a journalist to one year in prison without possibility of parole (he will serve eight months), the arbitrary closing down of a newspaper, the financial ruin of another newspaper, orchestrated by the authorities, etc. – all practices which explain Morocco’s fall in the Index rankings.Tunisia’s score was (-10), falling in position from 154th to 164rd (Tunisia had already lost 9 places between 2008 and 2009). The country is continuing to drop into the Index’s lower rankings because of its policy of systematic repression enforced by government leaders in Tunis against any person who expresses an idea contrary to that of the regime. The passage of the Amendment to Article 61B of the Penal Code is especially troubling in that it tends to criminalise any contact with foreign organisations which might ultimately harm Tunisia’s economic interests.There is an identical situation in Syria (-8) and Yemen (-3), where press freedom is fast shrinking away. Arbitrary detentions are still routine, as is the use of torture.For its part, Iran held its position at the bottom of the Index. The crackdown on journalists and netizens which occurred just after the disputed re-election of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in June 2009 only strengthened in 2010.Only a relative improvement in some countriesAt first glance, the 2010 index’s higher score as compared to that of 2009 seems to translate into gains. However, it is important to emphasise how troubling the situation had been in 2009. In that regard, 2010 actually spells out a return to the pre-existing equilibrium, with no sign of significant progress in these countries.Such is the case of Israel (extra-territorial) which “won” 18 places in the index, passing from the 150th to the 132nd place. The year 2010 was not exempt from press freedom violations on the part of the Israeli Army, as evidenced by the cases of foreign journalists arrested on the flotilla in May 2010, or the Palestinian journalists who are regularly targeted by Tsahal soldiers’ bullets. Or the skirmish in South Lebanon last August, during which a Lebanese journalist was killed. However, 2010 is incommensurate with 2009, in the early days of which “Operation Cast Lead” took place: six journalists died, two of them while doing their jobs, and at least three buildings sheltering media professionals were targeted by gunfire.The Palestinian Territories had similar results, rising 11 places in the 2010 index (now 150th instead of 161st). The violations committed in the year just ended are simply “less serious” than in 2009, even if the journalists and media professionals are still paying the price for the open hostility between the Hamas and the Fatah. In Algeria, the number of legal proceedings instituted against journalists has noticeably declined, which explains its gain of 8 places in the Index. Between 2008 and 2009, the country had dropped 20 places due to the increased number of legal proceedings. Drops in Persian GulfBahraini’s ranking in the Index dropped from 119th to 144th place, which can be explained by the growing number of imprisonments and trials, notably against bloggers and netizens.Another noteworthy drop was that of Kuwait, which fell 27 places, from the 60th to the 87th position, mainly because of the Kuwaiti authorities’ harsh treatment of lawyer and blogger Mohammed Abdel Qader Al-Jassem, who has been jailed twice following accusations lodged by prominent figures with close ties to the regime. This contradicts the authorities stated desire to project an image of being the leading democracy of the Persian Gulf. October 20, 2010 – Updated on January 25, 2016 Confirmed downward trends Organisation Iraq climbed 15 places (now 130th), because safety conditions for journalists improved substantially in the country, despite the fact that three had died between 1 September 2009 and 31 August 2010 – two of whom were murdered. Since then, three deaths have occurred in less than one month. The withdrawal of U.S. combat troops from Iraq at the end of August necessarily marks the start of a new era. The security of citizens, and particularly of journalists, should not be made to suffer for it. Help by sharing this information
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Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Subscribe About Author: David Kittle in Daily Dose, Featured, Market Studies, News The future of many companies—success or failure—could be decided by one specific characteristic, and it’s not in margin increase or hedging profitability. It’s whether or not companies are committed to entering the diverse minority lending markets.Traveling the country and speaking to mortgage banker groups and State Associations, one thing is clear: most of the audience is over 50, male, and white. There’s very little youth or minority represented in the audience.Who will be the successors to the mortgage industry, the next generation of leaders? When posing this question to the audience, one response is companies are recruiting and hiring younger, more diverse sales staff. Great! But, why aren’t they sending them to the meetings and conferences? Where’s the long-term investment towards internal practices? It’s important enough for executives and leadership teams to attend, so why not the company’s future as well?Diversity must be a cultural change inside companies, and not just at the board level. According to the Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS) at Harvard University, as many as 17 million new U.S. households will be formed from 2010 to 2025, and as many as 13 million of these new households could be comprised of minority families.How will lenders communicate with the future borrower—and not just at the origination of the loan, but throughout the entire process all the way to servicing?Maria Zywiciel, President of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP), had this advice:Hire/Partner with companies that not only have diverse consumer expertise but also industry expertiseTake inventory of operations support team. There is generally more diversity represented among the operation ranks than in sales. It could be a great potential opportunity to a career path. Promoting a solid operations employee to sales internally is usually more beneficial than to seeking and hiring inexperienced sales staff outside the company.Attract diverse talent by showcasing senior leadership that is committed to the segments, diversity among the various ranks of the organization, a marketing team that can support their efforts, and a cultural competent operations group.Get involved in trade organizations like the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals to get to know the movers and shakers and stay actively involved! Don’t be intimidated; engaging with these groups doesn’t require Hispanic heritage or even the ability to speak Spanish to join!The JCHS reports that lending demographics will be up to 70 percent Hispanic, Asian-American, and African-American by 2025, and the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act says if companies are not serving these markets, they could be at risk of redlining! This data should necessitate diverse markets as vital company strategy. With many minorities—in particular Latinos—largely being first-time homebuyers, it’s a market that deserves a concerted approach. That would include not only marketing and fulfillment strategies, but also recruiting strategies to reflect the consumer base.Let’s not forget the reverse side of the youth diversity equation. If reverse mortgage is part of a company’s playbook, then a youthful origination staff can’t develop the relationships necessary to compete in the marketplace. People of age are imperative to the process when discussing an over-62 mortgage product with someone considered a senior citizen. In this arena, hiring age experience goes a long way.In 2025 the minority will be the majority! Companies must prepare and invest now to successfully engage long-term in diversity, or prepare to be left behind. Diversity 2017-07-04 David Kittle The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago July 4, 2017 1,568 Views Tagged with: Diversity Previous: The Stamp of Approval: Ensuring Compliance for Document Services Next: Guaranteed Rate Adopts Automated Asset Verification from AccountChek The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Share Save Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago David Kittle began his mortgage-banking career in 1978 with American Fletcher Mortgage Company. He opened his own company, Associates Mortgage Group, in 1994 selling it in 2006. Kittle is a founding partner, President and Board Vice Chairman of The Mortgage Collaborative, the nation’s premier mortgage cooperative. Kittle is past president of the Louisville and Kentucky Mortgage Bankers Associations. He is past chairman of MBA’s political action committee, MORPAC. He served on MBA’s Board of Directors from 2004 through 2010. 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Top StoriesSupreme Court Adjourns Yatin Oza’s Plea To Await Outcome Of Gujarat HC Full Court Discussions On Suspending Revocation Of Senior Designation LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK16 March 2021 11:47 PMShare This – xThe Supreme Court on Wednesday deferred the hearing of the petition filed by Yatin Oza against the revocation of his senior designation by the Gujarat High Court, after the High Court’s lawyer said that the Full Court will discuss the matter again in the light of the suggestions made by the SC.Advocate Nikhil Goel, representing the Gujarat High Court, informed a bench comprising Justices SK…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 Supreme Court on Wednesday deferred the hearing of the petition filed by Yatin Oza against the revocation of his senior designation by the Gujarat High Court, after the High Court’s lawyer said that the Full Court will discuss the matter again in the light of the suggestions made by the SC.Advocate Nikhil Goel, representing the Gujarat High Court, informed a bench comprising Justices SK Kaul and R Subhash Reddy that he has conveyed the suggestions of the bench to the High Court. “The suggestions have to be discussed by the Full Court”, Goel submitted seeking adjournment of the hearing by four weeks.”Wouldn’t it be better if we defer it by four weeks if the matter can be resolved in the meantime”, Justice Kaul asked Senior Advocate Dushyant Dave, who is representing Oza.Dave suggested that the Full Court be asked to decide within 2 weeks. However, the bench said that it will simply adjourn the matter, without expressing anything. The matter has been accordingly posted to April 30.Dave expressed the hope that a positive result will come out of the Full Court decision. He also thanked Goel for undertaking the efforts to convey the suggestions of the Supreme Court to the Gujarat High Court.”It is an unenviable task. A difficult task”, Justice Kaul commented about Goel’s efforts.Dave also said that it was remarkable that many persons of eminence like Senior Advocates Arvind P Datar, Dr Abhishek Manu Singhvi, P H Parekh etc were involved in pursing Oza’s matter to find a resolution.On the last hearing date, March 10, the top court had asked if the High Court can suspend the revocation of Oza’s senior designation for a brief period, during which his petition in the Supreme Court will remain pending so that his conduct can be monitored.”We are keeping both the writ petition (against the withdrawal of the gown) and the contempt matter pending. After whatever period we fix, you may be given your gown back for sometime as an interim measure, during which we will monitor your conduct. Then the High Court can take a call whether he is worthy of this relaxation or not”, said Justice S. K. Kaul had suggested.It was in July last year that the Gujarat High Court revoked the senior designation of Oza, after he made sharp remarks against the administration of Registry as the President of the High Court Bar Association. The Full Court recalled the decision taken in 1999 to confer senior designation on Oza.Later, in October, the High Court held that his remarks scandalized the court and found him guilty of criminal contempt of court. A division bench of Justices Sonia Gokani and NV Anjaria imposed a fine of Rs. 2,000 and punishment till rising of the Court on Advocate Yatin Oza,for making “scurrilous remarks” against High Court and its Registry, during a live press conference on Facebook.The High Court rejected the unconditional apology tendered by Oza as “lacking in bonafides”.Following that, Oza approached the Supreme Court, challenging the Full Court decision taking away his senior gown and also the contempt verdict. Before the Supreme Court also, Oza expressed unconditional apology for his remarks.”I have absolutely no excuse. What I did was unpardonable. I am obliged for Your Lordships’ grace. I am short of words to express this “, pleaded Oza before the Supreme Court. Next Story
Washoe County Sheriffs Office(SAN FRANCISCO) — Cold-case investigators may have solved a 40-year-old murder with the arrest of a 73-year-old Arizona man.Charles Gary Sullivan was charged Friday with open murder of 21-year-old Julia Woodward of San Rafael, California, 40 years after the woman’s bludgeoned body was discovered in a shallow grave near Reno, Nevada, authorities said.Sullivan is scheduled to be arraigned in Washoe District Court on Nov. 19, accordingWoodward had left her family’s California home on Feb. 1, 1979, to go job hunting in Nevada. Two months after her arrival, her body was found in a canyon in Hungry Valley, about 20 miles north of Reno.Police said her eyes were sealed shut with bandaids, her legs were zip-tied, and it appeared that a blow to the head killed her.“It’s like if your child had cancer, you would know everything there is to know about the disease,” her mother, Cecily O’Connor, told San Francisco ABC station KGO when detectives re-opened the case in 2015. “In this case, you just want to know what happened. You want to be there with her in your mind and think about what really happened.”Using DNA tools that were unavailable four decades ago, investigators tied Sullivan to Woodward’s death, according to an indictment filed in August and unsealed this week.“The defendant, Charles Gary Sullivan, in or about 1979, within the County of Washoe, State of Nevada, did willfully, feloniously, without authority of law, and with premeditation, deliberation, and malice aforethought, and/or in the perpetration or attempted perpetration of a sexual assault, kill Julia Woodward by striking her with a rock,” the indictment said.Sullivan is being held without bail, according to jail records.This was not Sullivan’s first brush with the law relating to a crime against a woman. Sullivan, according to court documents, was charged, but not convicted, with kidnapping a 25-year-old California woman. A Nevada County, Calif. jury did find Sullivan guilty of false imprisonment and making a criminal threat.Sullivan, court documents read, picked up a woman hitchhiking from her aunt’s funeral in Utah to Yuba City, California. Instead of taking her there, he allegedly zip-tied her wrists and ankles and took her to a remote area off the interstate. The woman was able to escape and fled to the road and flagged down two men driving by on an ATV.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.