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NewsLocal NewsGarda crime round upBy admin – December 14, 2012 660 Linkedin Email Previous articleFashion forward trends for the familyNext articleTop garda and daughter injured in burglary attack admin Twitter Print WhatsApp Facebook Service station robberyWITNESSES are being sought to a robbery at a service station in Dooradoyle last weekend and the Gardai are appealing for help in locating the raider who threatened staff with a knife.A lone raider entered the service station wearing a balaclava and produced a knife before making his getaway with the contents of the till. He ran into the nearby Gouldavoher estate and Gardaí from Roxboro Road are examining CCTV from the scene.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Bogus tradersMEMBERS of the public are warned about bogus traders who are conning people into handing over money after an attempt was made to persuade an elderly woman into paying a large sum of money for cleaning her gutters when no work had been done.The incident occurred at Highfield on the Ennis Road at around 3pm on Monday December 3 when two men called to the home of an elderly lady and offered to clean her windows and gutters for €90. The men did some work however they then demanded a sum in excess of €400, stating that additional work was required on the gutters.The woman paid by cheque which she later tried to stop but it had already been cashed. One of the men was described as being small and suffering from Alopecia. The other was tall and had dark hair combed back. They were travelling in a navy van, possibly a Ford Transit.Burglaries under investigationTHREE burglaries are being investigated by gardai. The first took place sometime between 1am and 9am on Thursday, December 6 at a house at Bru na Gruadan. The front door was unlocked and thieves stole a black Dell laptop and a grey Acer Xstensia 5510Z laptop.The second burglary took place at 4.30am on the same morning at a house at Sarsfield Avenue in Garryowen where three thieves stole a Dell laptop and a black handbag containing a red purse and a small sum of cash.Meanwhile, an alert neighbour disturbed four intruders who smashed the rear door of a house at St. Mary’s Terrace in Farranshone at 6.40pm on Wednesday, December 5. Having been disturbed, the thieves fled empty handed in a black BMW car. Gardaí at Mayorstone Park are investigating.Property recoveredA NUMBER of items found at Woodcock Hill in Meelick on April 5are in the possession of gardai at Mayorstone and their owners are being sought. They include a set of Dunlop Golf Clubs and bag, a pair of black golf shoes, a Wikes chop saw, an Ingersoll power washer a McCulloch petrol strimmer and a Black & Decker hedge trimmer.Mayorstone Gardaí also are in possession of a gold Glycine pocket watch with the inscription “David – best wishes- love mum and dad” and the date “2-8-2002”. Owners can contact Gardaí at Mayorstone Park at 061 456980. Advertisement
News UpdatesNothing On Record To Even Remotely Suggest That The Act Was Consensual: Supreme Court Upholds Rape Conviction LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK7 April 2021 10:39 PMShare This – xThe Supreme Court upheld the conviction of a rape accused rejecting his contention that the act was consensual.In this case, the accused was convicted by the Trial Court under Section 376(1) of the Indian Penal Code and was awarded sentence of rigorous imprisonment for seven years and with fine in the sum of Rs.5000/-, in default whereof to undergo further rigorous imprisonment for a period…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 upheld the conviction of a rape accused rejecting his contention that the act was consensual.In this case, the accused was convicted by the Trial Court under Section 376(1) of the Indian Penal Code and was awarded sentence of rigorous imprisonment for seven years and with fine in the sum of Rs.5000/-, in default whereof to undergo further rigorous imprisonment for a period of one year. His appeal was dismissed by the High Court.In appeal, he contended that the depositions of the prosecutrix as well as the other eye-witnesses would show that the act in question was purely consensual. The court perused the statement made by the prosecuterix. It noted that the prosecuterix had clearly stated that the accused had raped her and she could not raise alarm as her mouth was shut. “The statement of the prosecutrix was fully supported by PW6, who stated that they had found the prosecutrix in unconscious state soon after the incident was committed. In the circumstances, there is nothing on record which can even remotely suggest that the act was consensual. In the face of clear statements of the prosecutrix and the other witnesses on record, the Courts below were justified in convicting the appellant of the offence in question.”, the bench comprising Justices UU Lalit and Indira Banerjee said.Though it refused to interfere with conviction and sentence, the bench modified the default sentence and reduce it from one year to three months.Case: Lelu Alias Lain Kumar Vs State Of Chhattisgarh [ CrA 387 OF 2021]Coram: Justices UU Lalit and Indira BanerjeeCounsel: Adv Talha Abdul Rahman (Amicus Curiae) Citation: LL 2021 SC 201 Click here to Read/Download OrderNext Story
GUWAHATI: 3 Brothers FC won the Sevens Challenge Trophy Soccer which concluded at the Nehru stadium here today. APRO FC finished runners-up. The winner received a cash award of Rs 12,000 while the runners-up team collected a purse of Rs 6000. Emzamul Hussain was adjudged as the best player of the tournament.Also Read: Local Sport
4pm is the start-time and it’s preceded by the Leinster minor hurling final – Dublin take on Kilkenny in that one.There’s also one hurling qualifier match this afternoon as Limerick travel to Mullingar to take on Westmeath at 2. This fixture in 2012 will bring back happy memories for Galway fans as they ran out 10-point winners against Brian Cody’s men.The Cats have claimed two All-Ireland titles since then, though, and come into this game on the back of a 24-point win against Wexford.Former Kilkenny player Michael Walsh says that Galway are a different animal though this year.
The Guyana Football Federation’s (GFF’s) Elite League Season 4 is scheduled to commence on Friday, March 15, 2019 even as preparations intensify to ensure the efficient operation of the new season.This was announced today by GFF’s Competitions Director Ian Alves following a consultation with the Elite Clubs yesterday, including representatives from the two newest additions — Santos FC and Police FC respectively, who entered the League following an Elite League promotion playoff held on February 9 & 10, 2019.According to Alves, Thursday’s meeting sought to discuss the proposed fixtures and amendments to the rules of Season 4. “As a result of a consensus, adjustments were made to the rules, and it was agreed that, for the most part, every club will contest at least one match each week, and the current season of the league will be conducted over a period of nine weeks.“Western Tigers FC were unavoidably absent. Notwithstanding, Santos FC and Police FC were present, and decisions were agreed upon, and we look forward with enthusiasm for a grand start to the league on March 15.”As a lead up to the League, and with the increased schedule of competitions expected during the year, a training session on competitions management and venue preparation, inclusive of pitch marking, will be held tomorrow for representatives of regional member associations (RMAs).This session is geared towards improving capacity of the RMAs to host and manage competitions at all levels. It will cater specifically to the Competitions Manager and Venue Coordinator of each RMA, and is expected to have 30 participants. The session will be held from 09:00hrs – 15:00hrs at GFF’s National Training Centre, Providence.The GFF Elite League is the highest form of competitive football played in Guyana; and according to the Rules and Regulations of Season 4, the 10 clubs “will play one (1) round of football, resulting in the club acquiring the most points being declared the winner. Match days will feature mostly double-headers at stipulated venues on Fridays and Sundays, with a few match days being scheduled for Saturdays, and the overall league Champion Club will be awarded an automatic qualifying spot at the CONCACAF/Caribbean Shield Championships.”The League is scheduled to conclude in June. Detailed fixtures will be made available soonest.
1 Jurgen Klopp hailed Emre Can’s “fantastic goal” as Liverpool tightened their grip on a place in the Premier League top four with victory at Watford.In a largely-forgettable affair at Vicarage Road, Can struck an acrobatic overhead kick in first-half stoppage time to seal a 1-0 win.The Reds had seen fellow Champions League hopefuls Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal drop points over the weekend and took advantage.Their victory here was enough to move them four points clear of fifth-placed United, and Klopp enthused over Can’s timely winner.“We scored a fantastic goal,” he said.“I only saw it once but it looked already pretty nice. I turned a little early and didn’t see it hit the back of the net.“It was difficult game, a difficult opponent. We passed a lot, we improved from last week when we didn’t look patient enough, we looked better.”Klopp also revealed German international Can has been playing through the pain barrier.“He is a good boy, a good player and he deserves it,” he added.“We thought we needed him and he tried as good as possible. These problems are sorted and he can build on his performances.”Although his side have the points on the board, Klopp is still taking nothing for granted as he looks to guide the Reds back into the Champions League.“It is not important, if we give it away it means nothing,” he said of their lead.“We have pressure and it means you fight for something that is good. It is positive pressure. We want to stay focused.“We don’t expect for a second it will be easy. If people think we have the three points against Southampton they can not have seen Southampton this season.“We didn’t play perfect tonight and it would have been hard to accept, but we got the three points and that is all that the lads deserved.” The German midfielder helped the Reds strengthen their hold on third place
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Evolution Ag LLC will be holding its 4th annual Outlook Meeting on Friday, Dec. 11 at their recently opened corporate headquarters and training center on US 42 between Delaware and Plain City. Doug Loudenslager said that this year’s event will allow producers to hear some of the latest research on agronomic practices, technology and data management.Bill and Missy Bauer of B & M Crop Consulting will be one of the headliners for this year’s meeting. The program is free and open to all producers. Loudenslager said that the Bauers will be presenting their research and recommendations on matching hybrid characteristics with corn planting populations. They will also be making a presentation on the creation and utilization of growth management zones. During the final session participants will hear Bill Bauer discuss aerial imagery, fine-tuning yield monitor data and how drones are providing management opportunities. Missy Bauer is an associate field agronomist for Farm Journal and has made presentations at previous Outlook meetings.Scott Shearer and Andrew Klopfenstein from the Ohio State University Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering will also be featured. They will be presenting the latest research on multi-hybrid planting and the results from this summer’s compaction studies. Ohio State has been using the Case IH Early Riser Planter with Precision Planting row units and will be sharing their observations. A similarly equipped planter will be on display at the meeting.Loudenslager said that one of the benefits of having the Outlook meeting at the new dealership is that it allows for the inside display of many pieces of agricultural and lawn and garden equipment. Product specialists from many of the manufacturers that Evolution Ag represents will be on hand to answer questions and discuss changes for the upcoming year.Management of data continues to be a hot topic and a concern for many producers. Britney Salmon, Case IH Product Specialist will be demonstrating some of the desktop software that is currently available. Salmon will also be answering questions on aspects of precision farming, data ownership and management.The day-long program will provide an opportunity for attendees to receive product updates and meet with Case IH product specialists on the new Magnum Rowtrac tractors, Patriot Sprayers, Precision Farming, Early Riser Planters and tillage equipment. In addition, representatives from Great Plains, MacDon, Unverferth, Geringhoff, Kioti, Kubota, Grasshopper and Gravely will be in attendance.“The Outlook meeting is one way that we are working to help provide our customers the information they need to make critical business decisions,” Loudenslager said. “Our new corporate headquarters and training center provides a unique opportunity for producers to not only learn about some of the latest agronomic research but also kick the tires and try out the technology. We have an excellent line-up of presenters and topics and there will be ample time to talk with industry experts throughout the day.”The program is free and includes a continental breakfast, lunch and all presenter handouts but reservations are requested. If you want to attend, contact one of the Evolution Ag locations in Circleville, Delaware, Plain City, Lisbon, Upper Sandusky or Utica or by calling 1-800-421-2374. The program on Dec. 11 kicks off with registration and breakfast at 8:00 a.m. Evolution Ag is located 8 miles south of Delaware or approximately 10 miles north of Plain City on US 42 North.The companies that make up Evolution Ag LLC have been serving Ohio farmers for over 225 years. More information about the company can be found at www.evolutionagllc.com.