News UpdatesJustice Pankaj Mithal Sworn In As Chief Justice Of Jammu & Kashmir High Court LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK4 Jan 2021 11:03 PMShare This – xJustice Pankaj Mithal on Monday took oath as the 34th Chief Justice of the Jammu & Kashmir High Court. He was administered the oath of office by the Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha at the Convention Centre, Jammu. Warrant of appointment of Justice Mithal was read by Jawad Ahmed, the Registrar General of the High Court. Proceedings of the oath ceremony were conducted by Nitishwar…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?LoginJustice Pankaj Mithal on Monday took oath as the 34th Chief Justice of the Jammu & Kashmir High Court. He was administered the oath of office by the Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha at the Convention Centre, Jammu. Warrant of appointment of Justice Mithal was read by Jawad Ahmed, the Registrar General of the High Court. Proceedings of the oath ceremony were conducted by Nitishwar Kumar, Principal Secretary to Lt. Governor. Former Chief Justice of the J&K High Court, Justice Gita Mittal; Judges of the J&K High Court; sitting as well as retired Judges from Allahabad High Court; Advocate General; Advisors to the Lt Governor; Chief Secretary; Administrative Secretaries; Senior officers of Judiciary; Civil Administration; Police; family members and friends of Justice Pankaj Mithal were present during the ceremony. After taking oath as Chief Justice, Justice Mithal reached High Court and was given Guard of Honour by a smart contingent of J&K Police. Later, Chief Justice reviewed the functioning of all the sections of the High Court and took stock of the various facilities available for litigants, lawyers, and overall infrastructure. Justice Mithal graduated in Commerce from Allahabad University in the year 1982 and passed L.L.B. from Meerut College, Meerut affiliated to Ch. Charan Singh University in the year 1985. He enrolled as an advocate in Bar Council of U.P. in the Year 1985. Elevated as Additional Judge on 07/07/2006. Took oath as permanent Judge on Jul 02, 2008.Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
Robert “Bob” Bonta, 57, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Saturday, July 1, 2017 in Aurora, Indiana.He was born January 11, 1960 in Dearborn County, IN. son of the late Robert Bonta and Bonnie Rininger.Robert served his country as a member of the United States Army.Bob was a Lawrenceburg High School Graduate. He was Allstar State in football and wrestling. He was also a Ball State University graduate.Surviving are siblings, Dennis Ogden of Clearwater, FL, Ricky Rininger of Cleves, OH, Lisa (Richard) Smith of Aurora, IN, Randy Rininger of Lawrenceburg, IN.He was preceded in death by his parents, Robert Bonta and Bonnie Rininger, and brothers, Jeff and Doug Ogden.Friends will be received for a Graveside Memorial Service, Tuesday, July 11, 2017, 3:30 pm at River View Cemetery in Aurora, Indiana. Military Services will be conducted by local veteran services.Contributions may be made to the family to defray funeral expenses. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
After a shock defeat to Oman in their opening Group A match, Ireland have to beat Bangladesh this afternoon to have any hope of advancing to the Super-10 phase of this year’s tournament.Ireland coach John Bracewell must decide whether or not to recall spin-bowler George Dockrell to the side after watching his bowlers struggle against Oman on Wednesday.The match will begin at 2pm, Irish time.
New York, United States | AFP | Kevin Anderson is one victory from joining a select group of South African sports champions by capturing his first Grand Slam title in Sunday’s US Open final against top-ranked Rafael Nadal.Golfing compatriots and major winners Charl Schwartzel and Louis Oosthuizen watched him win Friday on the New York hardcourts to reach the brink of a breakthrough win at 31.“I’m trying really hard to be able to join their ranks,” Anderson said. “It was really nice that they came out and watched me.”Anderson has history with four-time major golf champion Ernie Els and South Africa’s two-time Rugby World Cup championship side.“Just being on the road a lot, I know there are so many great South African sportsmen,” Anderson said. “I haven’t been able to mix with too many.“There have been times I was with the South African rugby team a few years ago. A lot of the golfers from South Africa live close to us (in Florida). I’ve spent time with Ernie Els.”Now he has a chance to claim a Slam trophy on the same Arthur Ashe Stadium court where boyhood idol Pete Sampras captured the last of his 14 major crowns in 2002.“My biggest idol was Pete Sampras growing up and right behind him watching (compatriot and 15-time ATP champion) Wayne Ferreira growing up,” Anderson said. “From a South African standpoint, he was definitely somebody I looked up to.”Anderson, the first South African in the US Open final since Cliff Drysdale in 1965 and the first in any Slam since Kevin Curren in 1984, won his three career ATP titles at the 2011 South Africa Open, 2012 Delray Beach Open and 2015 Winston-Salem Open.His groundbreaking charge on the New York hardcourts came after a run to last month’s Washington final in a season where a hip injury forced major rehabilitation work to avoid surgery, causing him to miss January’s Australian Open.“It took a lot of work, I mean several hours a day over almost two months,” said Anderson. “Even after that, another couple months of rehab. The biggest plus is when all the work you do really pays off.”Anderson has also worked upon his mental skills after often finding his own faults.“Some of the challenges have been to trust my ability a little bit more. I have always been very critical about myself,” Anderson said.“I feel like I’m just being a bit more patient with myself. I feel like that’s been a big change I have implemented in the last few months.”It has paid off in a fist-pumping style that bolsters his self-belief.“I feel like it allows me to play better tennis,” Anderson said.“Everybody talks about how important the mental side is… when you’ve played a good point and sort of acknowledging that also has a lot of positive effect that increases your confidence level.“It took me a little while, but as I’ve been playing more and more matches, it feels more and more comfortable. I feel like I’m putting more out there and I feel like it allows me to play better tennis, and it’s something I am definitely going to look to continue.” Share on: WhatsApp
Facebook6Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by The Washington Center for the Performing ArtsOlympia, WA – Ballet Northwest partners with the Washington Center for the Performing Arts to present the 4th Annual Olympia Dance Festival, March 2 -3, 2013. Dance groups from the South Puget Sound area are coming together to share master classes and techniques during the weekend. Each group will rehearse with Washington Center production staff, giving them professional level experience at Olympia’s premier theater.The program for the festival’s final performance includes a guest artist: Pacific Northwest Ballet Principal Dancer Maria Chapman will perform a ballet piece from “Swan Lake”. Taking place on Sunday, March 3, 2013 at 2pm at the Washington Center, the performance is open to the public and gives each group an opportunity to showcase their talents.The event is designed to be a celebration of dance in Olympia for the entire community and will be great fun for all ages. Participating dance groups include; Ballet Northwest, Centralia Ballet Academy, Comerford School of Irish Dance, Debbie’s Dance, Etc., Johansen Olympia Dance Center, Mas Uda Middle Eastern Dancers, Random Acts of Dance Collective (RADCO), Slieveloughane Irish Dancers, Southwest Washington Dance Ensemble and Studio West Dance Academy.Tickets are $10, plus $3.00 service fee, and are available through any participating group and the Washington Center for the Performing Arts.More information can be found by visiting www.balletnorthwest.org/olympiadancefestival.html or contacting Ballet Northwest at [email protected] or 360-867-8824.About Maria ChapmanMaria Chapman is from St. Simons Island, Georgia. She was a student of Magdalena Maury and studied under Patricia Bromley at Terpsichore Co., Ltd. in Atlanta. She continued her training on full scholarship at the School of American Ballet and attended summer courses at Boston Ballet, Houston Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet School, and the School of American Ballet. She joined Pacific Northwest Ballet as an apprentice in 1995 and was promoted to corps de ballet in 1996, soloist in 2005, and principal in 2009. Ms. Chapman danced in the BBC’s 1999 film version of PNB’s production of George Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, filmed at Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London. She is also featured in the 1999 danceWORKS fitness video and began appearing in Bloch dancewear advertising in 2002. In addition to her performing career, Ms. Chapman is a founding member (1998 to present) of Second Stage for Dancers, PNB’s career transition program. She is currently chairperson of the Second Stage Dancer Committee.About Ballet NorthwestSince 1970, Ballet Northwest has been a community-based group dedicated to promoting, teaching, and preserving the art of dance in Southwestern Washington. The company offers educational opportunities for local dancers as well as outreach throughout the community.About the Washington Center for the Performing ArtsThe Washington Center for the Performing Arts, South Puget Sound’s largest performing arts facility, is committed to providing a wide variety of entertainment and cultural activities for the residents of four counties. Our multi-purpose facility contains a 983-seat proscenium theater with four seating levels and adjacent lobby spaces, as well as a smaller Stage II black box theater with its own lobby.Opened in 1985, the facility has played host to thousands of events, with over 2,000,000 people crossing our threshold. However, its history did not start in 1985. The Washington Center is really the grandchild of the Liberty Theater, a 1924 vaudeville house which stood on the same ground the Washington Center does today. The Liberty Theater was renovated and refurbished in 1948, becoming the Olympic Theater movie house. The Olympic was then taken down to just a few exterior walls and completely rebuilt as The Washington Center. While the building’s facade still retains elements of the 1924 architecture, the interior is contemporary and modern.