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Dangote Sugar Refineries Plc (DANGSU.ng) 2013 Abridged Report

first_imgDangote Sugar Refineries Plc (DANGSU.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Food sector has released it’s 2013 abridged results.For more information about Dangote Sugar Refineries Plc (DANGSU.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Dangote Sugar Refineries Plc (DANGSU.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Dangote Sugar Refineries Plc (DANGSU.ng)  2013 abridged results.Company ProfileDangote Sugar Refineries Plc cultivates and mills sugarcane in Nigeria and produces fortified and non-fortified granulated sugar for household consumption and use in pharmaceutical and food and beverage manufacturing. The fortified product is a fine high quality Vitamin A fortified white granulated sugar which is an all-purpose sugar used for baking and sweetening beverages and food stuff. It is sold under the brand name Dangote Sugar in 50kg, 1kg, 500g and 250g packages. The unfortified product is a specially-processed sugar grade used by pharmaceuticals and food and beverage manufacturing companies. Dangote Sugar Refineries’ subsidiary company, Savannah Sugar Company Limited, cultivates sugarcane for the group and is responsible for the milling process. Dangote Sugar Refineries Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchangelast_img read more

£2 million Carbon Challenge Fund created for North West England

first_img Tagged with: Funding North West About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. www.climatechangenorthwest.co.uk/help-with-funding.html AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The North West Regional Development Agency (NWDA) has announced a £2 million fund for businesses and organisations that can help the region move to a low carbon economy.Grants of £100,000 to £500,000 are available. Successful projects will be those that can demonstrate that they can be replicated across the UK and internationally.Expressions of interest must be received by 3 August 2009. Advertisementcenter_img £2 million Carbon Challenge Fund created for North West England  21 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 5 June 2009 | Newslast_img read more

Vilsack Hoping for the Best, Preparing for the Worst

first_img Facebook Twitter SHARE By Gary Truitt – Sep 23, 2013 Likely Another Week Before House Appoints Farm Bill ConfereesWhile House lawmakers will return to Capitol Hill Wednesday, House Ag Committee Chairman Frank Lucas says House leaders likely won’t name farm bill conferees until early October. That’s because of the steps that need to take place before conferees can be appointed. The House will first need to pass a procedural motion to combine the farm-only farm bill passed earlier with the just-passed nutrition bill. Once that is done, Lucas says the legislation will go to the Senate. The Senate does have the option of accepting the measure, but it’s expected they will reject it and request a conference. Lucas says the House will agree. The Senate will have to re-appoint conferees and then the House will appoint its conferees. That’s why Lucas expects it will be next week before conferees are appointed. Still, Lucas is confident the conference will begin shortly. He says the hurdles have been cleared — there’s just procedural stuff to work through.Once the two sides go to conference, there are big differences to address. The nutrition bill passed by the House would cut almost $40 billion from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program over 10 years. The Senate farm bill would cut just $4 billion. Lucas says the two chambers took a different policy approach to the commodity title as well. He says the Senate has a major focus on what many call shallow loss crop revenue. Lucas says the House plan includes a shallow loss option and a price protection option. Home News Feed Vilsack Hoping for the Best, Preparing for the Worst Vilsack Hoping for the Best, Preparing for the Worst Tom VilsackWith just a week before the current farm bill extension runs out, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack is hoping for continued progress on a new Farm Bill, but planning for what happens if it does not occur. The House passed a separate nutrition bill last week clearing the way for a conference committee with the Senate to combine farm and food programs into a final Farm Bill package.  Vilsack says the conference committee faces a tough job, putting two very different Farm Bill packages together, “It will all depend on if those conferees want to get a new Farm Bill done or just want to score some political points.”  But the Secretary could resist in trying to make a few political points of his own, “It seems that this was a move to placate the most extreme elements of the House — fair enough — now that’s over let’s get to work on passing a new Farm Bill.” Facebook Twittercenter_img Vilsack said continued delays in passing a Farm Bill will only hurt American farmers and American agriculture, “If you are a farmer who wants to buy a new tractor or are thinking about hiring more workers, you are uncertain about the future because Congress has given you no direction on policy.” He added that this will slow the momentum American agriculture has had the past few years in increasing production and setting records for exports. Listen to the entire HAT interview here.Audio Playerhttps://www.hoosieragtoday.com//wp-content/uploads//2013/09/vilsack-interview.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Audio Playerhttps://www.hoosieragtoday.com//wp-content/uploads//2013/09/FarmBillwrap.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Vilsack says USDA is preparing for two scenarios, one with a new Farm Bill and one without, “We are going to do our job at USDA in two respects: one, we are going to be prepared to help the conference committee bridge the gap between the House and Senate version; and, two, we are going to begin to figure out how to implement permanent law should it be needed.”  He added his department has a number of creative ideas to offer to the House and Senate to bridge the differences and get the committee to a yes vote. Previous articleSix Percent of Indiana Corn HarvestedNext articleAg Economist Explains Potential Corn, Soybean Acreage Changes Gary Truitt SHARElast_img read more

Calcutta HC Sets Aside Single Judge’s Order Reviving Criminal Proceedings Against Anisur Rehman, Remands Back Matter

first_imgNews UpdatesCalcutta HC Sets Aside Single Judge’s Order Reviving Criminal Proceedings Against Anisur Rehman, Remands Back Matter Mehal Jain14 April 2021 2:31 AMShare This – xThe Calcutta High Court has set aside an order of a Single Judge reviving criminal proceedings against erstwhile West Bengal BJP leader Anisur Rehman without granting him an opportunity of being heard and remanded the matter back for being considered afresh.Rehman was arrested in the October 2019 murder of Trinamool Congress functionary Kurban Shah. Rehman had defected to the BJP from the…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 Calcutta High Court has set aside an order of a Single Judge reviving criminal proceedings against erstwhile West Bengal BJP leader Anisur Rehman without granting him an opportunity of being heard and remanded the matter back for being considered afresh.Rehman was arrested in the October 2019 murder of Trinamool Congress functionary Kurban Shah. Rehman had defected to the BJP from the TMC ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls. Reportedly, Rehman had recently announced his decision to quit the BJP and ally with the Trinamul again.On Tuesday, the bench of CJ Thottathil B. Radhakrishnan and Justice Arijit Banerjee was considering an appeal against the March 2 order by Justice Sabyasachi Bhattacharyya on a writ petition filed by Shah’s nephew Jahar Sha against the proposal of the State Government to initiate action in terms of Section 321 of the CrPC for withdrawal of the criminal cases pending against the appellant, Rehman. The bench noted that the appellant, was not made a party in the writ petition. However, the Single Judge quashed the order that was passed by the Trial Court under Section 321 by virtue of which the criminal charges against the appellant stood withdrawn.”The appellant stands accused in several criminal cases. At the hearing, it was submitted by the learned Advocate General representing the State that an order under Section 321 of the Code of Criminal Procedure had already been passed by the concerned Trial Court. Mr. Ganguly, learned Senior Counsel appearing for the appellant submits that quashing of the order under Section 321 of the Code of Criminal Procedure without hearing the appellant amounted to clear and flagrant violation of the principle of audi alteram partem. The order, which conferred substantial benefits on the appellant, could not have been set at naught without giving the appellant an opportunity of hearing”, recorded the bench.The bench was in agreement with the Counsel that there has been a breach of the principles of natural justice in this case. “On that count alone, we set aside the order impugned under appeal. The matter is remanded to the learned Single Judge for being heard afresh”, said the bench.”Needless to say that by reason of this order, the status that prevailed on the day when the learned Single Judge disposed of the writ petition, shall stand restored, whatever the effect thereof be”, the bench further directed.The bench requested the Single Judge to hear out and decide the writ petition as soon as the business of his Court permits. It may be noted that on March 26, the Supreme Court had granted interim relief to Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee’s election agent SK Supian in relation to matter of revived FIRs against him in the Nandigram violence case.In February 2020 and June 2020, the public prosecutor had filed applications in these cases for withdrawal of prosecution. The Calcutta High Court in two PILs Dipak Misra v. State of West Bengal & Ors., and Nilanjan Adhikary v. State of West Bengal and Ors., reversed the decision to discharge and acquit him. A division Bench of Justice Indira Banerjee and Justice Krishna Murari has ordered an ad-inetrim stay on the High Court’s order dated 5 March 2021. On Tuesday, the division bench of the Calcutta High Court also directed status quo as regards the applicants before itself in these PILs, co-terminous with the order of stay granted by the Supreme Court of in order dated 26.03.2021. The order of the Single Judge of the Calcutta High Court of March 2 on Jahar Sha’s writ petitionIn the impugned order, Justice Bhattacharya recorded that the petitioner, Jahar Sha, the de facto complainant, had lodged a complaint against several persons regarding alleged murder of the petitioner’s uncle. On the basis of such complaint, a First Information Report was registered and investigation had commenced. Subsequently, the charge-sheet was filed and the criminal trial had started.The Single Judge noted that the charge-sheet indicates that grave offences were alleged against the accused persons, including Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code. Subsequently, the accused persons applied separately for bail before the High Court, but were refused on all such occasions.”It is relevant to mention here that in all of such orders refusing to grant bail, passed by Division Benches of this Court, it was recorded that the Public Prosecutor opposed the prayer for bail. However, by the impugned order dated February 26, 2021, when the trial was about to reach culmination upon direction for expeditious hearing by a co-ordinate Bench, the Legal Remembrancer and Ex-officio Secretary to the Government of West Bengal, Judicial Department, apparently on the direction of the Governor, instructed the concerned Public Prosecutor to withdraw the case, under the provisions of Section 321 of the Code of Criminal Procedure”, Justice Bhattacharya noted.Upon considering the submission of both sides, the Single Bench opined that the Supreme Court categorically has laid down the yardsticks on which an application for withdrawal by a Public Prosecutor is to be made- that as per Bairam Muralidhar Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh [(2014) 10 Supreme Court Cases 380], the central question was whether the Public Prosecutor had really applied his mind to all the relevant materials on record and satisfied himself that the withdrawal of the prosecution would subserve the cause of public interest or not. In the said authority, it was held that it is expected of the court to consider the materials on record to see that the application has been filed in good faith and it is in the interest of public interest and justice. Another aspect the court is obliged to see is whether such withdrawal would advance the cause of justice. It was further observed that the Public Prosecutor cannot act like the post office on behalf of the State Government; he is required to act in good faith, peruse the materials on record and form an independent opinion that the withdrawal of the case would really subserve the public interest at large. It was also held that an order of the Government on the Public Prosecutor in this regard is not binding.”As far as the argument of learned Advocate General goes that Section 321 of the Code of Criminal Procedure confers power on the State, for all practical purposes, to decide whether an application for withdrawal of prosecution shall be made, the said contention cannot be accepted in view of the judgement in Bairam (supra) as well as the language of Section 321 of the Code of Criminal Procedure itself”, stated Justice Bhattacharya.The Single Judge expressed the view that as held in the said judgment, the Public Prosecutor cannot act like the post office on behalf of the State Government, but is required to apply his independent mind and good faith and peruse the materials on record to form an independent opinion whether the withdrawal of the case would really subserve the public interest at large, that even Section 321 of the Code of Criminal Procedure says that the Public Prosecutor or Assistant Public Prosecutor-in-Charge of a case may make such an application. “It requires no precedent to observe that, although counsel is bound by the instructions of his client, in view of the specific power conferred in Section 321 of the Code on the Public Prosecutor, and not the State, to take such decision, there is ample scope of exercise of independent discretion by the Public Prosecutor in deciding to follow or refuse the instructions of the State in that regard”, concluded the Single Judge.Besides, Justice Bhattacharya was of the opinion that since Bairam’s case laid down certain specific criteria to be observed for a Public Prosecutor to make an application for withdrawal, the same fetters should bind any instruction by the State as well. “Surprisingly, in the instant case, a specific notification was issued on February 26, 2021, apparently communicating a direction of the Governor to instruct the concerned Public Prosecutor to withdraw the case–in-question subject to the consent of the Sessions Court. However, not an iota of reason and/or how such withdrawal would advance the cause of justice and public interest has been indicated in the said order”, said the Single Bench.Moreover, Justices Bhattacharya commented that the modus operandi in the present case is rather transparent since the Public Prosecutor actually acted on such instruction and made an application pursuant to the order of the State Government and, despite having knowledge of the High Court being in seisin of the present writ petition, the concerned Sessions Judge has granted consent for such withdrawal, which had the effect of acquitting the accused persons.”It is evident from the stand of the State taken on all previous occasions when bail was rejected, that the State vehemently opposed even the grant of bail to the accused. Hence, it defies logic completely as to what prompted the Government to instruct the Public Prosecutor-in-question to withdraw the case against the accused persons all on a sudden”, remarked the judge.Justice Bhattacharya asserted that despite the self-imposed restraint which the High court imposes upon itself in the exercise of jurisdiction under Article 226, if the writ court shuts its eyes to the perpetration of mala fide and arbitrary administrative action, it would be failing in its incumbent duty of judicial review conferred by the Constitution.Referring to the “arbitrary and unreasoned nature of the instructions”, the bench iterated that it is not clear from the instruction of the State as to what prompted it to issue such instruction. “If such an instruction/direction is given, there is little scope even for the Public Prosecutor not to act like a “post office”, as deprecated in Bairam(supra), and to exercise his independent discretion not to file the application”, said the bench.”In view of the above discussions, the impugned order dated February 26, 2021 vide Memo No. (…) is set aside. Any action taken in the meantime pursuant to such order, including the application filed by the Public Prosecutor before the Third Additional District and Sessions Judge, Tamluk, Purba Midnapore, and the order passed by the said Sessions Judge on such application are consequentially set aside”, directed the bench.The bench even refused to stay the operation of this order on the request of the Advocate General, holding that no prima facie case for such stay is made out.Click Hear To Download/Read OrderNext Storylast_img read more

Early Oligocene Nothofagus from CRP-3, Antarctica: implications for the vegetation history

first_imgA single fossil leaf of Nothofagus from CRP-3 drillhole in the Victoria Land Basin provides further evidence for woody vegetation in the Tertiary of East Antarctica. The plicate vernation of this small leaf indicates a deciduous habit andsuggests a cold climate. Located in the interval between 44.12 to 44.18 mbsf this extends the range of these small-leaved deciduous taxa to the Early Oligocene, andadds to the sparse macrofossil record of the East Antarctic vegetation of this period. This further reinforces the suggestion that the transition from a diverse and mesicvegetation in the Eocene to a depauperate flora in the Early Oligocene was a relatively rapid event in East Antarctica. Despite limited Tertiary plant materialfrom East Antarctica, an emerging picture is one of substantially cooler climates than that seen in WestAntarctica at the same time.last_img read more

Oxford blow away Tabs at Lord’s

first_imgOxford maintained their proud record in Varsity cricket with a comprehensive six wicket victory over Cambridge in the one-day fixture after the four-day match was hit by rain. It was the Blues’ second consecutive limited-overs victory over the Tabs, and they haven’t been defeated in the longer form of the game since 1998. Macadam, Dingle, Woods and Hobiss all picked up a brace of wickets to dismiss Cambridge for a total of 135, a score that was never going to be terribly competitive. Oxford still had a lot of work to do in tricky conditions, but unbeaten 40s from Alex Ball and Spencer Crawley ensured the victory.last_img read more

Surfers Reap Benefits of Hurricane Hermine

first_imgMatthew Aromando, who graduated from OCHS in 2015 and was a member of the OC Surf Team, had an incredible day in the water before rushing back to college. If mixed meteorology messages disrupted the traditional end-of-season weekend in Ocean City, you certainly couldn’t tell on Sunday as surfing enthusiasts and spectators were making the most of the situation.With Hurricane Hermine continuing its eastward travels over the North Atlantic and away from the Jersey coast, she left a nice gift to wave riders: a terrific swell.Pat McCarron (another graduate of OCHS ’15 and former member of the OC Surf Team) ripped it up on Park Place.“This is the best day of the summer, for sure,” said Sobe Gall, a resident of Delancey place. “It’s a lot of fun.  I’ve had some long rides, and some short, fast ones.”Gall, a contractor who is a native of Hungary, said he has been surfing for about 15 years.“The surf is awesome, today was a big day,” he said. “Today is the day we have been waiting for all summer. I’m stoked.”Surfers on the 4th St. beach said the ocean was crowded most of the day, and that large groups of spectators were also on hand to catch the action.Bob Super (left) and Sobe GallBob Super, a chiropractor from Collingswood who owns a home at 3rd and Central, said he took advantage of the waves on Thursday but wanted to watch his friends on Sunday.  Wife Gwen and daughter Lexi were among the other family members taking in the scene.“I set my personal record Thursday,” said Super, who didn’t take up the sport until he was in his 30s. “I got 11 rides in, including a long one from the jetty all the way to the pipe (at 4th Street).Ted Hein caught some nice waves yesterday at 4th St.Ted Hein caught a nice ride and echoed Sobe Gall’s sentiments.“It was the best day of the year and a lot of fun,” he said. “There’s really not much more you can say.”Twilight on the OC Boardwalk and beachlast_img read more

Milder Midweek But Snow This Weekend?

first_imgAmerican model shows another storm for Tuesday. (Courtesy:tropicaltibits.com) This weekend we move our clocks ahead one hour for Daylight Saving Time. However, weather-wise we will be taking a step back. Another shot of arctic air returns this weekend and we are also watching the threat of snow. There is still a lot of uncertainty with this storm since we are still several days away. But first, our milder midweek.Showers along the front move through early Wednesday morning. (Courtesy:tropicaltidbits.com)Showers will end early Wednesday morning as a front moves through the area. Sunshine returns during the afternoon on Wednesday and it will be breezy as winds shift westerly behind the front. The good news is that will push temperatures along the coast to near 60.Thursday will be another sunny day but northwest winds will be busy…15-20mph with gust to 30mph. Temperatures will be a again in the 50sFriday a weak disturbance moves through which could bring a period of rain and maybe ending as wet snow as colder air begins to filter in.First weak low moves through on Friday with a period of rain ending as snow (Courtesy: tropicaltibits.com)A more significant low pressure system could develop this weekend, but models have been trending further south due to a strong pool of arctic air over New England. This will suppress the storm track leaving us with little or no snow for this weekend.Strong Canadian High Pressure anchoring itself over New England will keep track further south.Computer models shows track further south keeping any significant snow south of the area. (Courtesy:tropicaltidbits.com)Looking into next week, the weather pattern will remain active as another storm is could affect our area by Tuesday. Precipitation type still too far out to determine.last_img read more

Doggie Dip Time For a Good Cause

first_imgThe Humane Society of Ocean City is hosting a “Doggie Dip” and “Bathe to Save” fundraiser Saturday, June 2, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Fifth Street and Sixth Street beaches and that area of the Boardwalk.The shelter asks for a $20 donation per dog.For more information visit www.hsocnj.org.last_img