Limerick GAA club suspends all activities after case Coronavirus

first_imgMass COVID testing to take place at University of Limerick following fresh outbreak of virus among student population Print RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Coronavirus | freepik.com A LIMERICK GAA club has ceased operations until further notice after a case of Coronavirus was discovered at the club. Twitter Limerick health chiefs urge public not to withhold information on virus contacts, as they investigate “complex and serious outbreaks” across midwest region Facebook Covid antibody testing opens to public at Shannon Airport NewsCommunityHealthLimerick GAA club suspends all activities after case CoronavirusBy David Raleigh – August 11, 2020 1479 Linkedin Institute of Public Health addresses loneliness as a challenge to national health in light of Covid-19 restrictions Previous articleWeekly Racing News: Another successful week for Limerick JockeysNext articleCommunity centres in Limerick to benefit from funding of €203k David Raleigh Tonight Claughaun GAA confirmed: “Due to notification of a positive COVID-19 test within the club, all activities have been suspended until further notice.”“Entry to club grounds is strictly prohibited and the club awaits clarification regarding upcoming fixtures,” the club said in a message posted on its Facebook page.“All members are encouraged to adhere to HSE guidelines,” the notice added.Supporters praised the club for its “swift action”.Others shared their “best wishes and hope of a good recovery to those concerned” and described the club’s temporary closure as “a responsible decision”.“Speedy recovery to the person who tested positive. We’re all in this together,” added another.Claughaun GAA club hosted a Limerick Premier IHC clash between Mungret and Cappamore, last Saturday.The club played a home tie against Glenore in a minor hurling championship clash last Friday.Last Sunday Claughaun travelled to Na Piarsaigh’s club grounds in Caherdavin where it defeated Ahane in the Limerick Junior A Hurling Championship.Claughaun were scheduled to contest a first-round IHC tie against Mountcollins in Rathkeale next Saturday, however, this may now be in question.Limerick GAA officials are liaising with Claughaun and the HSE regarding contact tracing at the club.Claughaun GAA did not say whether the coronavirus case discovered within the club related to a player, gaa official, or supporter. Advertisement Email The club could not be reached for further comment. WhatsApp Limerick Post Show | Careers & Health Sciences Event for TY Students Government announces phased easing of public health restrictions TAGSCommunityCoronavirusCovid 19healthNews last_img read more

CIC Rejects RTI Plea Seeking Rahul Gandhi’s Religion And Passport Details [Read Order]

first_imgRTICIC Rejects RTI Plea Seeking Rahul Gandhi’s Religion And Passport Details [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK8 May 2020 8:07 AMShare This – xThe Central Information Commission has dismissed an appeal filed by an RTI applicant who had sought personal information such as religion and passport details of the Congress Leader and Member of Parliament Rahul Gandhi. The following queries were made before the External Affairs Ministry by Dr. Sanjeev Goel. As the ministry refused to answer his queries, he had approached the CIC…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 Central Information Commission has dismissed an appeal filed by an RTI applicant who had sought personal information such as religion and passport details of the Congress Leader and Member of Parliament Rahul Gandhi. The following queries were made before the External Affairs Ministry by Dr. Sanjeev Goel. As the ministry refused to answer his queries, he had approached the CIC in appeal. How many passports have been issued by any Government in the world to Mr. Rahul Gandhi or alias, if any, bearing photograph of Mr. Rahul Gandhi, Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha, India? If more than one passport has been issued bearing his photograph, address and details of all passports be provided. What was his religion at the time of birth? What is his religion by virtue of his faith at present?” The appellant contended that he has a right to know the religion of  Rahul Gandhi who is a public figure and considering the public interest in the matter, the information pertaining to his passport details and religion should be disclosed to him, as no exemption is applicable in this case. The ministry contended that disclosure of the information sought would cause unwarranted invasion of the third party’s privacy and no any larger public interest is involved in the matterThe Commissioner Neeraj Kumar Gupta, referred to various Supreme Court and High Court judgments on the scope of the provisions of Section 8(1)(j) of the Right To Information Act. Section 8 provides that information which relates to personal information the disclosure of which has not relationship to any public activity or interest, or which would cause unwarranted invasion of the privacy of the individual unless the Central Public Information Officer or the State Public Information Officer or the appellate authority, as the case may be, is satisfied that the larger public interest justifies the disclosure of such information The contentions put forth by the appellant with regards to ‘public interest’ element on the premise of Mr. Rahul Gandhi being a public figure does not stand a chance for disclosure of his personal information such as religion and passport details. Furthermore, the appellant has also failed to substantiate that the information sought is in line with the proviso appended to Section 8(1)(j) of the RTI Act, 2005. Hence, in the absence of any larger public interest in the matter, this Commission comes to a conclusion that the information sought by the appellant qualifies to be the ‘personal information’ of third party which is exempted under Section 8(1)(j) of the RTI Act, 2005 and therefore, it cannot be provided to the appellant. Click here to Read/Download OrderRead Order Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

Delhi HC Issues Notice In Plea Challenging The IBC Ordinance Whereby The Operation of Section 10 Has Been Suspended

first_imgNews UpdatesDelhi HC Issues Notice In Plea Challenging The IBC Ordinance Whereby The Operation of Section 10 Has Been Suspended Karan Tripathi29 July 2020 3:39 AMShare This – xDelhi High Court has issued notice in a plea challenging the validity of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code Ordinance, 2020 whereby the operation of sections 7,9 and 10 of the IBC has been suspended. The Division Bench of Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan has issued notice to the Ministry of Law & Justice, as well as to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of…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?LoginDelhi High Court has issued notice in a plea challenging the validity of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code Ordinance, 2020 whereby the operation of sections 7,9 and 10 of the IBC has been suspended. The Division Bench of Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan has issued notice to the Ministry of Law & Justice, as well as to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI). Filed by Mr Rajiv Suri, the petition claims that the impugned Ordinance suspends the operation of sections 7, 9 and 10 of the IBC, depriving the corporate applicant of the ability to initiate corporate insolvency resolution process and take the benefit of the Code for resolution of its debts. Citing the said suspension of provisions as arbitrary and malafide, the Petitioner has argued that at these extraordinary times such suspension comes across as illogical and unjustified. It is further argued by the Petitioner that the suspension of Section 10 will further push the companies towards liquidation, discourage entrepreneurship and defeat the objectives of the Code. While calling the said suspension a violation of Articles 14 and 19(g) of the Constitution, the petition states: ‘the effect of the said Ordinance Suspending Section 10 would be to leave Corporate Applicants remediless who will be forced to defend various civil suits for recovery of its debts and defaults. It will further impinge upon the legal right of the corporate applicants to a timely resolution of its debt in a time bound manner through initiation of corporate insolvency resolution process by a corporate applicant as laid down under IBC and therefore the said Ordinance is manifestly arbitrary, unjust and unfair.’ It is further submitted by the Petitioner that the suspension of this Section for a period of 6 months and up to 1 year would result in further deterioration of the affairs of the corporate debtor and result in making the restructuring/ revival of the corporate debtor unviable. Next Storylast_img read more