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‘Health And Safety Concerns Should Precede over Religious Rights’ : Plea In SC To Stop Burial Of Persons who Died of COVID-19 In 3 Mumbai Cemeteries

first_imgTop Stories’Health And Safety Concerns Should Precede over Religious Rights’ : Plea In SC To Stop Burial Of Persons who Died of COVID-19 In 3 Mumbai Cemeteries Nilashish Chaudhary1 May 2020 5:58 AMShare This – xFearing the risk of COVID-19 spreading through infected dead bodies, a Mumbai resident has moved Supreme Court seeking a stay on burials being allowed in 3 cemeteries next to his residential area. Aggrieved by the Bombay High Court’s order of April 27, refusing to stay burials of deceased in these 3 cemeteries in Bandra West, the petitioner has sought Special Leave to appeal against…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?LoginFearing the risk of COVID-19 spreading through infected dead bodies, a Mumbai resident has moved Supreme Court seeking a stay on burials being allowed in 3 cemeteries next to his residential area. Aggrieved by the Bombay High Court’s order of April 27, refusing to stay burials of deceased in these 3 cemeteries in Bandra West, the petitioner has sought Special Leave to appeal against the same. While the original writ petition before the High Court had challenged the permission given by Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to use certain cemeteries for burials, the aforementioned interim order renders the plea infructuous, contends the petitioner. “Consequently, in the absence of any interim protection the Petitioners’ writ petition would be infructuous as the burial process will continue and irreversible damage would be caused to the neighbouring area if the covid-19 virus spreads due to the infected buried bodies.” The petitioner, Pradeep Gandhy, raises health and safety concerns involved in permitting burials to take place, especially in densely populated areas such as his. His primary contention is that burials of those who died of COVID-19 might pose a health risk to the public at large and therefore, should not be allowed for the time being. Religious rights must be subject to public order and health, in this unprecedented health crisis that we find ourselves in, urges the petition drawn up by Advocate Udayaditya Banerjee. “The present unprecedented health situation ought to take precedence over the religious rights of the deceased’s family members seeking to bury the deceased at the subject cemeteries. In the context of shifting of graves of muslims vis a vis their right to religion under Article 25 and 26 of the Constitution, this Hon’ble Court has consistently reiterated the fact that such right must be subject to public order and health of the larger community.” Conceding that there is no research to suggest that burials could cause the infection to spread through soil and underground water, the petitioner argues that it is wise to err on the side of caution during extraordinary times. On the other hand, it has also been submitted that there is no research to suggest the contrary either and several governments world over have advised on cremating the bodies of deceased who succumbed to the virus. The Maharashtra Government had also issued a circular advising the same, but later modified it, states the plea. “(The State) had originally issued a Circular dated 30.03.2020 directing that all Covid-19 infected deceased should be cremated and not buried, to avoid the risk of spreading of infection. However, due to undisclosed reasons, (they) modified this Circular, and issued the impugned Circular dated 9.04.2020, permitting burial to take place in 20 notified cemeteries, which included the subject cemeteries.” “Even though there may be no scientific basis to the contrary, it is precautionary in nature and imperative to be “safe rather than sorry” in extraordinary times such as the present situation where there is no cure to the disease.” Moving on, it is argued that even if burials are permitted, the same should take place in less populated/congested areas due to the potential catastrophe that could fall upon the residents of these places, adjacent to the cemeteries alluded to. To this end, examples of cemeteries located in such areas, which have not been listed by the BMC in its circular, have also been suggested. “It is respectfully submitted that the Petitioners have a legitimate fear of the spread of the covid-19 virus through the soil to the nearby populace, if the infected bodies are buried in the subject cemeteries. If at all the burial cannot be avoided due to religious and personal reasons, then the same ought to take place at the cemeteries near area which are less populated.” It has thus been prayed that not only the burial process at those three cemeteries be stayed, but the operation of the April 27 High Court order also be stayed till the present plea is disposed off.Click Here To Download Petition[Read Petition] Next Storylast_img read more

Apartment values to jump up to 11 per cent in some Brisbane suburbs

first_imgQueensland Home Value Forecasts. Source: Moody’s Analytics. Brisbane house values are tipped to grow 1.2 per cent in 2019, according to Moody’s Analytics. Image: AAP/Darren England.It’s not good news for the nation’s two biggest housing markets.Moody’s Analytics is forecasting a further six per cent correction in house values in Melbourne this year on the back of a 0.1 per cent decline in 2018. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours agoApartment values are set to outperform houses in Brisbane over the next two years. Image: AAP/Steve Pohlner.Moody’s Analytics forecasts a gain in house values across Brisbane of 1.2 per cent over the next 12 months, with strength in the western and inner city suburbs offsetting declines in South Brisbane.House values are tipped to grow the most in Brisbane’s western suburbs this year (4.5 per cent). MORE: Where to buy property in 2019 Brisbane’s apartment market is set for strong growth in the next two years. Image: AAP/Darren England.BRISBANE’S recovering apartment market is set to lead the nation over the next two years, with values forecast to grow more than in any other major capital city.Moody’s Analytics expects apartments to outperform houses throughout greater Brisbane in 2019, as the city continues to defy a national housing downturn led by Sydney and Melbourne.A new report reveals apartment values are set to recover by 2.8 per cent in 2019, followed by sharper growth of 6.5 per cent the following year — equal only to Darwin. RELATED: Brisbane’s most ‘in demand’ suburbs revealedcenter_img Brisbane’s inner city apartment market is tipped to grow in the next two years. Photo: AAP/ Ric Frearson.A rise in unit values of more than seven per cent is expected in the inner city, Logan and northern Moreton Bay regions in 2019.Double digit growth is expected in northern Moreton Bay in 2020, with apartment values set to jump 11 per cent. “This is a reversal of trend from the past few years,” the report’s authors said.“Home values had risen more than 30 per cent since mid-2012, while apartment values had risen only around 5 per cent.” Melbourne home values are tipped to fall further in 2019. Photo: Luis Enrique Ascui.And Sydney house values are expected to fall a further 3.3 per cent in 2019 following a 5.2 per cent drop last year.“Australia’s housing market has continued its entrenched cooling trend in the final months of 2018,” the report’s authors said.“The decline has been sharper in home values than for apartment values: Home values have fallen more than 4.5 per cent from their peak late last year, while apartment values are down 3.3 per cent.”last_img read more

Pugh: Cherries must stick to guns

first_imgMarc Pugh insists Bournemouth must approach their debut Barclays Premier League season with a fearless intent to play the passing football that drove their ascent into the top flight. The Cherries open their first campaign among the game’s elite against Aston Villa on Saturday knowing they are among the relegation favourites. Pugh, the club’s longest-serving player following a five-year spell at Dean Court, believes their best hope of establishing themselves in the Premier League is by refusing to change their playing style. “Everyone has something to prove and you can’t go into a game being fearful. We’re playing in big stadiums and you can’t go hiding,” Pugh said. “We want to stay in the Premier League for a long spell and if we want to be there for four, five, six years we have to play good football. We’ve nothing to lose and everything to gain. “Swansea are an example of team that stuck to their philosophy by trying to play passing football from the back. “I don’t think we can change – we haven’t got the personnel and I think it will stand us in good stead if we can get our pressing game and fluid style of football going. We can’t change for anyone. “The main thing in the Premier League is self-belief and confidence and I believe we have got the characters in the dressing room to get us through.” Six years ago Bournemouth were facing administration and in danger of dropping out of the Football League altogether, only to recover and win promotion as Sky Bet Championship winners. Pugh, who has spent the entirety of his career in the lower divisions, believes they can secure an extended stay at the top. “It’s crazy. As a kid you dream of playing in the Premier League. Lots of people who have started off in the Premier League have had it handed to them on a plate,” Pugh said. “They have been given their chance. Us nobodies have had to work our way up the ladder. There is a lot to prove as a player and as a team. “There’s no talk of relegation that’s for sure. We believe we’re in there because we deserve it.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Sky Bet and bet365 launch Perform’s new Opta Fast Player Statistics Feed

first_img Oddschecker: ‘Unusual circumstances’ fail to hinder Royal Ascot traffic July 23, 2020 Share Playtech goes live in the US with bet365 August 7, 2020 Submit PokerStars moves to refresh global appeal with ‘I’M IN’ August 18, 2020 Share Related Articles StumbleUpon Sky Bet and bet365 have been confirmed as the launch partners for the new real-time Fast Player Statistics Feed from Perform – a service powered by live sports data from Opta.The two leading operators are the first to develop in-play products powered by the new feed, which supplies highly detailed in-play statistics for automated live trading and fast settlement of player and team prop markets.Fast Player Statistics Feed also enables events such as shots, passes and tackles to be incorporated into bet-builders and request-a-bets for the world’s biggest football competitions and players, with detailed statistics updating live. Sky Bet and bet365 are the first operators to offer their customers in-play products powered by the new fast player data. Both operators are ingesting the data and trading themselves. The choice is there, however, for customers to either trade themselves or use pricing providers accredited to use Opta data such as Sportcast and Banach.Sky Bet recently launched an accompanying promotional campaign describing the service as ‘In-play, as you’ve never seen it before’.John Harlow, SVP Betting Perform, said: ‘If you’re a bettor following in-play events like shots, tackles and passes, it’s like you’re watching an entirely new game. “Goals are still the most important thing of course, but shots happen ten times as frequently as goals, and from a wider spread of players, so the new Opta feed has given a way for operators to create compelling new player-focused experiences that occur throughout the 90 minutes. It’s a new level of entertainment for their customers, even throughout a 0-0 draw.’Andrew Ashenden, Perform Chief Commercial Officer, added: “Perform’s expertise in both fast data for in-play trading (via RunningBall) and deep data (via Opta) means we’re uniquely placed to create a fast player statistics service that operators, fans and bettors can trust. Fans and bettors the world over are accustomed to seeing data like shots, passes and tackles collected in line with Opta definitions across media and broadcast.“A lot of work goes into the collection and preparing this detailed data for betting use and we’re delighted with how partners and now bettors have reacted. I’m proud of what our teams have built and the reaffirms Perform’s commitment to providing the sports industry with innovative, engaging and quality products that power exceptional fan and bettor experiences.”last_img read more