Allahabad High Court Grants Interim Bail To Relatives Of World’s First Handicapped Female Mountaineer In Case For Misappropriating Her Funds

first_imgNews UpdatesAllahabad High Court Grants Interim Bail To Relatives Of World’s First Handicapped Female Mountaineer In Case For Misappropriating Her Funds LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK30 Jan 2021 1:43 AMShare This – xThe Allahabad High Court on Thursday granted interim bail to a couple, accused of misappropriating funds from a Trust maintained by Arunima Sinha, world’s first female amputee to scale Mount Everest. Sinha had lodged a FIR at Sarojini Nagar Police Station in Lucknow against her sister and brother-in-law, alleging that the two duped her of Rs. 41,50,000/- (in total) using forged…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 Allahabad High Court on Thursday granted interim bail to a couple, accused of misappropriating funds from a Trust maintained by Arunima Sinha, world’s first female amputee to scale Mount Everest. Sinha had lodged a FIR at Sarojini Nagar Police Station in Lucknow against her sister and brother-in-law, alleging that the two duped her of Rs. 41,50,000/- (in total) using forged documents and signature, and on requesting the applicant/accused to return her money, she was threatened with dire consequences. The couple was thereafter booked under Sections 120B (Criminal conspiracy), 406, 409 (Criminal breach of trust), 420 (Cheating), 467, 468, 471 (Forgery) and 506 (Criminal intimidation) of IPC and has been lodged in Jail since May 15, 2020.In their bail plea, the couple denied the allegations and submitted that the FIR filed against them is vague and the allegation of misappropriation is sans any evidentiary proof of transaction.  A Single Bench of Justice DK Singh has granted 1.5 months interim bail to the accused, to enable the parties to settle the matter amicably. “Learned counsel for the accused-applicant submits that the accused-applicants may be enlarged on interim bail for a period of one and a half month and during this time they will strive to get the matter amicably settled through the process of mediation before this Court. Considering the aforesaid request of the counsels representing the parties, the accused-applicants are admitted on interim bail for a period of one and a half month from the date of their respective release on furnishing personal bond and two sureties of like amount to the satisfaction of the trial Court,” the Bench observed. The Court further directed both the parties to appear before the Mediation Centre of the High Court on February 10, 2021. The Mediator concerned has been requested to conclude the proceedings preferably within one month and submit a report thereof. The matter will now be listed for consideration on March 13, 2021. The applicants were represented by Advocates Pradeep Kumar Rai, Devansh Mishra, Hari Om Shukla, Prakarsh Pandey and Praveen Kumar Shukla. State represented by Govt Advocate AK Singh, AS Parihar, Maitreyee Singh. Case Title: Laxmi Sinha v. State of UP Click Here To Download Order Read OrderNext Storylast_img read more

HMS Daring Shows Power to American Commander

first_img View post tag: Naval HMS Daring Shows Power to American Commander View post tag: power View post tag: American View post tag: shows View post tag: News by topic April 20, 2012 View post tag: Daring View post tag: Navy Training & Education Back to overview,Home naval-today HMS Daring Shows Power to American Commander View post tag: HMS One of the most senior US naval commanders in the Gulf joined HMS Daring to see what Britain’s most advanced warship can do. Rear Admiral Mike Shoemaker is in charge of two American Carrier Strike Groups – a dozen warships, over 100 aircraft and more than 12,000 souls – on patrol and visited the destroyer which has been working with the two potent task groups.Rear Admiral Mike Shoemaker commands not one but two US Carrier Strike Groups – those of the Abraham Lincoln and Carl Vinson.As part of her seven-month east of Suez deployment, Britain’s most advanced warship is working heavily with the Americans, as well as the UK’s regional allies.The past few weeks has seen the Portsmouth-based Type 45 destroyer, on her maiden deployment, work with both the Carl Vinson and ‘Abe’.The link-up with the groups – Vinson leads Carrier Strike Group One, while the Lincoln is the flagship of Group Nine, each comprising one carrier, one cruiser, two destroyers, one hunter-killer submarine and a support ship, plus an air wing of more than 60 jets, helicopters and pistol-engined aircraft – has seen Daring swap personnel with the American ships.Those exchanges went right to the top with Rear Admiral Shoemaker, Commander Task Force 50, jumping at the chance to get across to the Daring himself and to be briefed fully on the capabilities the advanced air defence destroyer can bring to a US Carrier Strike Group.He got to meet the Ship’s Company whilst he toured the Type 45 destroyer and was then briefed in full by the Commanding Officer, Captain Guy Robinson, and his Operations Room team.“Maritime security operations in the Gulf are supported by the Navies of many nations. It is very important that we all work together and understand how each other operate,” explained Lt Cdr Luke Hayashi.“Rear Admiral Shoemaker will now have a better understanding of what Daring can contribute, given that she is the first Type 45 to operate in the Gulf. “Being an air warfare officer myself, it’s hugely satisfying to see Daring operating in her core role as an air defender, especially in a such a complex and challenging operational environment.”[mappress]Naval Today Staff , April 20, 2012; Image: royalnavy View post tag: Commander Share this articlelast_img read more