The minimum (on a scale of 100 percentage points) for umpires has been set at 60 while it is 50 for technical officials. Umpires scoring above 80 will be included in Grade 1, 71-79 in Grade 2 and 60-70 in Grade 3. For technical officials, grading will be on similar lines except Grade 3 (50-70). … [Read more...] about HI to introduce grading system for match officials
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"Be it clapping and lighting a lamp to the honouring of corona warriors by India's armed forces, Janta Curfew or by faithful adherence to rules during the nationwide lockdown, on every occasion you have shown that Ek Bharat is the guarantee for Shrestha Bharat," he said. The Prime Minister also referred to the suffering of labourers, migrant workers during the crisis and said his government is working in a determined way to alleviate their troubles. "In a crisis of this magnitude, it can certainly not be claimed that no one suffered any inconvenience or discomfort. Our labourers, migrant workers, artisans and craftsmen in small scale industries, hawkers and such fellow countrymen have undergone tremendous suffering. We are working in a united and determined way to alleviate their troubles," he said. Stressing on the need to follow rules and guidelines, Prime Minister Modi said, "We have to take care to ensure that inconveniences that we are facing do not turn into disasters." … [Read more...] about PM Narendra Modi writes to citizens on first anniversary of NDA 2.0 govt, says their affection has given new energy
Globally power transmission tenders are being delayed and this will have an impact on the exports business, Manish Agarwal, Chief Executive Officer at Delhi-based Sterlite Power Solutions, one of the four business divisions of the Rs 3,571 crore transmission company Sterlite Power, tells ETEnergyworld in an exclusive interview. Edited excerpts..What has been the impact on your business operations as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak?All businesses have been impacted by the Covid 19 outbreak and we are no exception. Due to the lockdown, our project sites and manufacturing plants were not fully operational. Migration of labour has been challenging with many workers travelling back to their homes. Inter-district movement restrictions also impacted availability of labour. Factory utilisation is at 33 per cent which will mean lower volumes of production this quarter. Even at project sites, we are working with nearly half the workforce on most projects. However, with gradual relaxations … [Read more...] about We are seeing slower revenue, logistics issues: Manish Agarwal, CEO, Sterlite Power Solutions
The official said, “The machine donated is worth Rs 1 lakh. We have 44 machines here worth Rs 44 lakh. But without compressors, which cost Rs 50,000 per unit, and sensors that cost anywhere between Rs 5,000 to Rs 10,000 per unit, these cannot function as ventilators. For every machine, you need to spend an extra Rs 60,000 to use it as a ventilator. Even then it will not be a high-end ventilator.” Asked to comment on the issue, Parul Bhatt, nodal officer of Sola Civil and Pina Soni, medical superintendent kept passing the buck to each other initially. Later, Soni said, “Yes, we have 44 Dhaman-1 machines, but they need parts including compressors. The machines can be used only after those parts are fitted. These have been lying here for the past 23 days. We have written to the health department saying we cannot use these machines without those parts. However, we have still not got any reply.” Asked about data of total ventilators, she said, “The hospital … [Read more...] about CM Rupani, are these the ‘ventilators’ you said would help Gujarat fight Covid-19?
New Delhi: Senior advocate Harish Salve has said that imputing motives to judges for their decisions, or referring to their caste, or saying that the judiciary was subservient to the government or a toeing a party line, was not legitimate criticism and undermined people’s faith in the judiciary. Mr Salve was speaking at a webinar conducted on Friday on “Insulating the judiciary from social media diatribes”. The webinar was conducted by the Can Foundation -- confederation of the alumni of national law universities. Anything that is vituperative, personal and abusive was beyond legitimate criticism, Salve said. Both language and content must not be abusive, he said. Referring to the judges’ caste to attribute their decisions to upper caste bias, attributing dishonesty and other motives for their decisions would tantamount to crossing the line, he said. Salve also backed Solicitor General Tushar Mehta’s statements in the Supreme Court in the … [Read more...] about Saying that ‘judiciary is subservient to government’ not legitimate criticism, says Harish Salve