News Updates[Breaking] District Judge Rules Out Transfer Of MJ Akbar’s Defamation Case; Matter To Continue In Same Court LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK22 Oct 2020 4:46 AMShare This – xThe criminal defamation case filed by former Union Minister and BJP MP, M J Akbar, against journalist Priya Ramani will continue before the court of Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Vishaj Pahuja, of Rouse Avenue, New Delhi.This was decided by the District & Sessions Judge, Sujata Kohli, of Rouse Avenue on Thursday. This means that the court which had been handling the case…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 criminal defamation case filed by former Union Minister and BJP MP, M J Akbar, against journalist Priya Ramani will continue before the court of Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Vishaj Pahuja, of Rouse Avenue, New Delhi.This was decided by the District & Sessions Judge, Sujata Kohli, of Rouse Avenue on Thursday. This means that the court which had been handling the case right from the beginning will continue with the matter.On October 13, the ACMM Vishal Pahuja had deferred the final hearing in the matter after stating that as per the orders of the Supreme Court, the ACMM’s court was designated as Special Court for trying cases against MPs/MLAs. Therefore, it cannot hear a case filed by a MP, and can only hear cases against MPs, observed the court. Stating this, the ACMM had referred the matter to the Sessions Court for orders on transfer.This development took place when the case was at the stage of the final hearing. The ACMM had by then completed the examination of witnessed produced by the complainant and the accused. The ACMM’s order to defer the hearing had caused confusion as to whether the trial proceedings will have to re-start afresh if the matter was assigned to some other court.Settling such doubts, the District and Sessions Judge ordered on Thursday that the matter will continue before the same court.The ACMM will take up the case on November 2.The criminal defamation case was filed by Akbar in October 2018 after Priya Ramani revealed on social media that she had to face sexual harassment from him while she was working under him.Akbar had to resign as the Union Minister following the controversy created by Ramani’s revelations amid the ‘#MeToo’ movement.Next Story
Source: August 31, 2009, BURLINGTON, VT– Dealer.com Dealer.com, the global leader of online marketing solutions for the automotive industry, today announced the launch of comprehensive employee training and development programs. Already renowned for keeping auto dealership clients two to four years ahead of the competition, the new training initiatives further ensure that Dealer.com team members lead the industry in knowledge and skills at all levels of the organization. The customized, unrivaled training programs are also designed to preserve the company’s unique culture and provide growth opportunities for all employees. This extensive investment in development benefits Dealer.com auto dealership customers of all sizes and types, by ensuring thought and service leadership throughout the organization.Central to the development initiative is uFuel, Dealer.com’s new online learning management system, selected and implemented over the last 14 months. The technologically innovative system was specifically designed to assess staff knowledge and skills at all levels of the organization, including executive. The analysis is then used to provide training to raise the overall knowledge level of the company and consistently provide the industry’s best service and technology. uFuel contains interactive simulations, measures success and knowledge gaps, and creates training programs for areas of improvement.All new employees also participate in an extensive training program, designed around the new uFuel standards of excellence. Based on this training, new Dealer.com employees achieve Pro-level certification. This training and certification ensures that all employees have extensive knowledge of the automotive industry, leading online marketing strategies and techniques, and dealership best practices. Further, all current employees are scheduled to reach Pro-level certification by the end of 2009. Recertification will then be required on an ongoing basis to reflect technology and industry changes.Dealer.com is also launching the innovative new Leadership Development Program in conjunction with a grant from the state of Vermont and a partnership with Champlain College business school. This exclusive, customized management training has been in development for the past 16 months. The inaugural program begins this fall and will include high-potential staff members who will engage in 52 weeks of MBA-level course work, tailored to maintain Dealer.com’s unique culture. The management program will develop the company’s future leaders internally and ensure the highest level of management quality throughout the organization.”We have the best and brightest employees in the industry and take pride in our strategic technology and marketing leadership. We have a proactive approach to providing training to make sure that every Dealer.com employee offers our customers the best industry knowledge and service,” commented Mike Lane, Dealer.com COO. “Our training and development programs are yet another initiative to keep our dealers ahead of the competition.”About Dealer.com (www.dealer.com(link is external))Dealer.com is the global leader in online marketing solutions for the automotive industry, providing award winning e-marketing solutions to OEMs, auto dealers and media companies. More of the nation’s top 125 auto groups use Dealer.com for their online marketing than any other provider. Recent national and international accolades include: The Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, top ranking in The Net Promoter® Score Survey of customer satisfaction, Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 and the Web Marketing Association’s Automobile Standard of Excellence. In addition, Dealer.com was the 2008 top rated web provider on leading online rating websites, as well as the Gold Award winner from the Dealers’ choice awards for best dealer website solutions.
Conakry, Guinea | AFP | Guinea has accepted to stage the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations instead of the 2023 edition, a move that confirms Cameroon as the 2021 hosts, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) president said Monday.“I am delighted with this change in the organisation of the calendar that will see the Nations Cup take place in Guinea in 2025 and I am proud that the president of Guinea, Alpha Conde, has himself accepted,” Ahmad Ahmad said.Ahmad, who held talks with Conde on Sunday, told reporters it was a similar situation to Cameroon, which will stage the 2021 tournament having been stripped of hosting this year’s edition.In 2014, CAF awarded hosting rights to Cameroon (2019), Ivory Coast (2021) and Guinea (2023). Following the decision to remove this year’s edition from Cameroon because of severe delays in building stadiums and security concerns, Egypt and South Africa have bid to step in as hosts.CAF will announce on Wednesday which of the two countries has won the right to host the tournament, with the clock ticking to the June 15 kickoff.Ivory Coast will now host the tournament in 2023.Share on: WhatsApp
Lionel Messi Queiroz: Messi should be banned until FIFA proves he is human! Joe Wright 04:33 2/28/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty Images Lionel Messi Primera División Barcelona Argentina Iran Portugal World Cup Cristiano Ronaldo Queiroz’s Iran team will again be tasked with stopping La Pulga at the upcoming World Cup, a mission their coach admits is easier said than done Lionel Messi is so good he should be banned until it can be proved he is human, Iran boss Carlos Queiroz has joked.The Argentina star, a five-time Ballon d’Or winner, has been in sensational form once more this season during Barcelona’s hunt for a second treble in four seasons.Messi also scored a hat-trick in his country’s final World Cup qualifier over Ecuador, sealing a 3-1 victory that secured their place at the finals in Russia this year. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Queiroz’s side came close to a famous 0-0 draw with Argentina at the last World Cup in Brazil, only for Messi to score an injury-time winner in Belo Horizonte.The 64-year-old believes that moment underlined the genius of the diminutive forward.”I’ve always said that Messi is an extraordinary player,” he told FIFA.com. “He’s out of this world. If he were human, he wouldn’t have had that magical moment in that match.”I don’t usually like losing, but I didn’t come away from that defeat with a negative feeling. It’s when something magical like that happens that you know that football is alive and kicking, and that’s why it’s one of the best sports in the world to watch.”And it’s even more of a special moment when it comes from a player who shouldn’t be allowed to play by FIFA until it’s proven that he’s actually human!”36 – Lionel Messi has now scored against more different teams than any other player in La Liga history, surpassing Raul Gonzalez and Aritz Aduriz (35). Genie. pic.twitter.com/zjEPCuHAVU— OptaJose (@OptaJose) February 24, 2018Queiroz faces another daunting prospect at the finals this year, with Iran drawn in the same group as 2010 winners Spain, European champions Portugal and Morocco.The former Manchester United assistant and Real Madrid and Portugal coach is expecting another memorable occasion when his side meet Cristiano Ronaldo.”It’s going to be special, as it always is when you take on great players. In this case, it’s the best player in the world,” he said. “But when the match starts there are just two teams who are trying to win. Football will decide who wins the day and who was better on the field of play.”The memories stay with you, of course they do, especially in shared projects, like we had at Manchester and the Portuguese national team. That was a long time ago, though.”Times have changed and now I’ve got other Ronaldos with me. They’re important players… the likes of [Alireza] Jahanbakhsh, [Reza] Ghoochannejad, [Ali] Karimi. These are the Ronaldos I’ve got to look after now and who I’ve got to pay attention to achieve the success we all want.”