When contacted, SCBA President Vikas Singh said there was a demand from the bar to follow the roster system of allocation of work prevalent in the Delhi High Court. This comes after Justice Arun Mishra recused himself from the case last week. A bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra had on 16 January, ordered the matters to be listed before an appropriate bench and had not fixed any specific date for the hearing.
Vrabel replaces Mike Mularkey , who was sacked Monday after guiding the franchise to a 21-22 record, including two consecutive winning seasons, its first playoff appearance in nine years and first postseason victory in 14 years. Wolf's belief is that Vrabel's playing career, which saw him play as both a linebacker and a tight end, will work in his favor in that regard. Vrabel has worked with a wide array of talent in Houston and quickly built up a name as a rock solid coach.
Still, he was skeptical of the prospect of US-North Korea denuclearization talks. "That said, we have never applied anything even close to such comprehensive economic sanctions, which all told, nearly amount to an economic blockade". believed the talks between the Koreas about the Olympics could open an opportunity for broader talks about easing nuclear tensions. Canada and the United States co-hosted a daylong summit for foreign ministers on the North Korean crisis, with delegates ...
Macron told the BBC's Andrew Marr program in an interview broadcast Sunday that the words attributed to Trump - "shithole countries" - were inappropriate. The pro-EU leader said there is "a competition between different countries" to attract financial services companies from London in the future. Mr Macron added: "This decision has an impact for a lot of players".
David and Louise Turpin pleaded not guilty to charges during a brief hearing Thursday. That act of courage and desperation freed her 12 siblings from a house of horrors that shocked police, a prosecutor said Thursday in announcing criminal charges that could send the parents to prison for life.
A looming federal government shutdown is causing uncertainty among tens of millions of recipients of a broad range of services, from home financing to the issuance of gun permits and passports. The difference is those in the military and government-employed civilians, who will still go to work as usual but will probably not be paid until the government reopens.