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Tagged with: Institute of Fundraising Scotland Training 34 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 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. Call for papers for IoF Scottish Conference 2014 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 17 March 2014 | News The Institute of Fundraising Scotland is looking for suggestions for presentations and speakers for the annual Scottish Conference which will take place in October 2014.Insight, an inspiring case study, and successful innovation are the kind of approaches that the Institute is looking for. In addition, this year it is hoping to attract suggestions for sessions on working with local corporates, brand development, developments in events fundraising and improving the supporter experience.As usual, presentations are not sought if they simply showcase suppliers and their products and services.The deadline for submissions for the Institute of Fundraising Scottish Conference is 31 March 2014.
[youtube height=”450″width=”800″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NElwH3-7z40&feature=emb_logo[/youtube]Christian AidChristian Aid’s Christmas appeal asks people to help build hope for communities struggling even more than usual this year due to the impact of the coronavirus. It focuses on Imote in Nigeria, who has looked after his younger brothers and sisters since his parents’ deaths and who, this year, has been unable to sell the produce from his farm, leaving him unable to buy food or basic household supplies. Charity Christmas appeal films 2020: the round-up (part one) Melanie May | 23 November 2020 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: christmas — Children’s Society (@childrensociety) November 16, 2020The Children’s SocietyThis Christmas, The Children’s Society is asking people to help keep hope alive for children in difficult circumstances, either by donating or sending a message. The film shows a teenage boy’s hope being eroded when he’s forced to carry drugs by some older boys and is then arrested and taken to a police station, before it’s built back up again when he’s helped by one of the charity’s specialist workers. [youtube height=”450″width=”800″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzZFW_tsRxo[/youtube]Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s CharityGreat Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity) has launched a special animated film to bring to life the journey patients make from hospital to home at Christmas. The film is part of GOSH Charity’s ‘Home For Christmas’ campaign and features Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) patient Mia, who was specially animated alongside her sister Amy. Both sisters were treated at the hospital years apart for the same rare condition, chronic demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP).It was made in partnership with creative agency Adam&EveDDB, which partnered with animator and illustrator Marlies van der Wel. The soundtrack was composed by Pieter de Graff. Media was arranged by Hearts & Science and has largely been donated free of charge by Ocean Outdoor, JCDecaux, Verizon, News UK, The Guardian and The Telegraph. RNLIThis year’s RNLI appeal ad was filmed on location at the lifeboat station in Lyme Regis, Dorset. The ad highlights the dedication and commitment of all its lifesavers who will be on call during the Christmas period – with the charity asking for the public’s help to ensure their volunteers can continue saving lives.The RNLI has produced the ad in-house, featuring RNLI lifesavers who will be in action over Christmas. It follows 26-year-old full-time TV Production Coordinator and crew member, Georgia Robson. Whilst preparing Christmas dinner, she has to drop everything and leave her family behind race to Lyme Regis Lifeboat Station at the sound of her pager. [youtube height=”450″width=”800″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdMER_gDj-g&feature=emb_logo[/youtube]Together for Short LivesThe Together for Short Lives Christmas appeal has seen its Patrons Holly Willoughby, Peter Andre and Mason Mount record special ‘Christmas Together Appeal’ messages, asking the public to support seriously ill children and families. The films tell the story of Alfie and his family, and their experience of hearing their son’s diagnosis with Duchenne, and their struggle to get the right support. In her film, Willoughby appeals to the public to help families like Alfie’s this Christmas, while Andre shares how the family were left to cope. This is Summer, and she is THE STAR of our new Christmas Appeal – see her story here: https://t.co/UKLRYPgOeP pic.twitter.com/poPioxin7q— Alder Hey Children’s Charity ?? (@AlderHeyCharity) November 20, 2020Alder Hey Children’s CharityAlder Hey Children’s Charity‘s appeal film stars Summer, a patient at the hospital, who is being treated for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia. It shows how one day during her treatment she was visited by Georgina, an Arts for Health practitioner at Alder Hey and a cellist at the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and how this helped her. Georgina is one of the ward musicians funded by the charity. Main image: RNLI Hope is under threat for young people facing county lines, abuse and neglect. Our specialists #FightForHope, providing support for young people who’ve had it toughest.Help keep a child’s hope alive this Christmas. Send a message of hope or donate today? https://t.co/ocy92Z7s79 pic.twitter.com/02Y2QHA3Fe Advertisement [youtube height=”450″width=”800″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAda14-waW8[/youtube]Thames Valley Air AmbulanceThames Valley Air Ambulance has launched an animated short film to showcase the charity’s emergency lifesaving services. The animation centres on real life former patient, 11-year-old Lucy, who experienced a horrific injury last New Year’s Eve. Lucy herself lends her voice to the film as she retells the events of the night, how she felt and how the charity saved her life. The animation is part of Thames Valley Air Ambulance’s Christmas appeal to raise funds to ensure it can provide emergency medical care by air and land 365 days a year. 295 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis With Christmas just a month away, here are the first of this year’s appeal films from charities including Christian Aid, RNLI, and GOSH. CHASCHAS’s 2020 Christmas fundraising campaign is its biggest since it launched appeals to build its hospices, and includes it first-ever television appeal. The emotive film draws on the real stories of families to talk about child death, capturing the pain and heartbreak of losing a child. The charity is fundraising to help it overcome the impact of the pandemic and continue supporting children and their families, both throughout this Christmas and beyond. About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com.
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Required fields are marked * First Heatwave Expected Next Week Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy The Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation is excited to announce another major commitment towards educational programming and the growth of the Rose Bowl Institute from the Larry and Helen Hoag Foundation.Based in Orange County, the Larry and Helen Hoag Foundation’s gift to the Institute will positively impact and support key dialogues and discussions that will continue to be a complimentary portion of the Institute’s early offerings to youth and community. One of the key aspects of the Foundation’s mission is to educate, empower and create greater opportunity for at-risk children to become independent, productive and contributing members of society.The commitment from the Larry and Helen Hoag Foundation further solidifies the early momentum that the Institute has gathered after its initial launch in early August. For the second consecutive year, the Foundation will support the Rose Bowl Institute’s Women’s Empowerment Symposium which will take place virtually as a free educational platform for high school juniors and seniors and college-aged students on September 16th, 17th and 18th. The Symposium program aims to develop strong leaders among students with a goal of expanding nationally due to the growth of virtual and digital platforms.The three days of the symposium will focus on programming surrounding the three key pillars of the Rose Bowl Institute that include sportsmanship, leadership, and citizenship. Confirmed speakers of the free event include former United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, soccer stars and Hall of Famers Brandi Chastain and Julie Foudy, ESPN host and MLB analyst Jessica Mendoza, former NFL Coach Jen Welter, star gymnast Katelyn Ohashi, and Basketball Hall of Famer and sports executive Ann Meyers Drysdale, amongst several other influencers and leaders in sports, entertainment, and business.The Women’s Empowerment Symposium registration is available for students online by clicking here.Through the mission of the Rose Bowl Institute, topical panels, speakers, and networking opportunities showcase female leadership, confidence, character, and more during the free virtual sessions. Young leaders of the future will benefit from the Rose Bowl Institute’s approach to learning from sports values and experiences.“We are grateful for the leadership and generosity that the Larry and Helen Hoag Foundation displayed in supporting our activities,” said Charlie Firestone, president of the Rose Bowl Institute. “Most of all, the many young women who will benefit from this empowering program thank them for their support.”The Rose Bowl Institute is a one-of-a-kind platform that champions key sports values such as sportsmanship, leadership, inclusion, equality, teamwork, and more through educational programs, intimate dialogues, and awards to inspire youth and community life. Last month, it hosted part one in a series dialogue on Race and Sports in spirit of Jackie Robinson. Thousands of viewers tuned in to the free, virtual platform hosted online to listen to insights and perspective from a star panel that included Sharon Robinson, Taylor Branch, Ronnie Lott, and Cobi Jones on the topic.“Thank you to the Larry and Helen Hoag Foundation for their continued commitment to empowering and creating opportunity to so many youth in our communities locally, regionally, and nationally,” said Rose Bowl Stadium chief development officer Dedan Brozino. “Their commitment to the Rose Bowl Institute is providing a gateway to wholesome educational and life skills programming that will change mindsets in so many children as they prepare for leadership roles in their careers and in life.”To learn more about the Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation’s centennial campaign titled ‘INSPIRE,’ please visit www.INSPIRE2022.org.See introductory video here. For more information about the Rose Bowl Institute please email [email protected] or visit www.rosebowlinstitute.org. 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Share Save Seth Welborn is a Reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Harding University, he has covered numerous topics across the real estate and default servicing industries. Additionally, he has written B2B marketing copy for Dallas-based companies such as AT&T. An East Texas Native, he also works part-time as a photographer. May 23, 2019 942 Views Home / Daily Dose / Latest Look at Housing Trends Tagged with: New Homes Prices Sales New home sales were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 673,000 in April 2019, 6.9% below March’s estimate but 7.0% higher year over year, according to the latest joint release from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The median sales price of new houses sold in April 2019 was $342,200, and the average sales price was $393,700.Genworth Mortgage Insurance Chief Economist Tian Liu notes that the below-average data is not all bad news. Liu notes that the homebuilding season is still progressing well.“New home sales for April came in below expectations. This does not necessarily mean that the spring home selling season is not going well for homebuilders,” Liu said in a statement. “Instead, homebuilders may be taking advantage of the lower interest rates and surging buyer interests by raising prices. As a result, sales volume came in slightly below expectations. The spring selling season is still progressing well for homebuilders, as the run rate for the year to date is still ahead of last year’s level.”According to realtor.com Chief Economist Danielle Hale, April’s data indicates potential increases later in the year.“This trend supports the fact that even though there will be ups and downs, lower mortgage rates have started to entice buyers this spring and will likely lead to an eventual pick up in existing home sales in the months to come,” Hale said. “We could see further improvement in new construction over the next year as home building still remains behind population and job growth in most areas. Strength in orders has already boosted builder confidence, as well as new construction. The median new home sales price, which had moderated the past few months, picked up as we see an increase of sales in the median and higher price tiers.”LendingTree Chief Economist Tendayi Kapfidze notes that new home sales data is “always messy.” Kapfidze notes that sales fell despite interest rates moving lower and aiding affordability.“The Census Bureau notes in the release that ‘it takes 6 months to establish a trend for new houses sold’ as they are among the most volatile and revision prone economic data series,” Kapfidze said. “At LendingTree we prefer the 3-month average to balance timeliness with information value. The 3-month average of 688,000 is the highest since the financial crisis.”Inventory declined in April as well, and Kapfidze notes that the decline from 7.4 months supply in December to 5.9 in April may lead to price pressures.“A lack of supply for lower valued homes may also be contributing to the mix of homes sold including more homes above $500,000,” he states. Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Market Studies, News Print This Post Previous: Five Minutes With: SunTrust’s Ken Meyer Next: The Industry Pulse: Updates on Consolidated Analytics, First American, and More About Author: Seth Welborn Subscribe Related Articles Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Latest Look at Housing Trends The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago New Homes Prices Sales 2019-05-23 Seth Welborn Sign up for DS News Daily
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Top StoriesJustice R Banumathi : Notable Decisions Viswajith Anand17 July 2020 8:42 PMShare This – xJustice R. Banumathi, the fifth senior most judge of the apex Court, had her last working day on Friday, July 17.Her official date of retirement is coming on 19th of July (that is Sunday, a Court holiday). Justice Banumathi was elevated to the Supreme Court in the year of 2014 and was part of several land mark decisions. For nearly 42 months starting October 2014, Justice R Banumathi…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?LoginJustice R. Banumathi, the fifth senior most judge of the apex Court, had her last working day on Friday, July 17.Her official date of retirement is coming on 19th of July (that is Sunday, a Court holiday). Justice Banumathi was elevated to the Supreme Court in the year of 2014 and was part of several land mark decisions. For nearly 42 months starting October 2014, Justice R Banumathi remained the lone woman judge in the SC. In view of the COVID-19 situation, the Supreme Court Bar Association arranged a ‘virtual farewell’ to Justice Banumathi, with the judges and advocates attending via video conferencing.Brief portrayal of the profileJustice Banumathi, who was born in 1955 got enrolled as an advocate in the year of 1981. During her tenure as an Advocate, she practiced law before the Mofussil Courts at Tirupattur and Krishnagiri Districts along with Harur town of Dharmapuri district of the State of Tamil Nadu. Justice Banumathi had entered in to the Tamilnadu Higher Judicial Service as a direct recruit District Judge in the year of 1988 and served as a District and Sessions judge around various districts of the State of Tamil Nadu.Her elevation to the High Court of Madras was in the year of 2003 and later sworn as the chief Justice of Jharkhand High Court in 2013 and later elevated to the Supreme Court on 13-08-2014. She was also a member of Board of Governors and as President of Board of governors in State Judicial Academy her role in actuating methodological training for judicial officers had won praise from all quarters. She has also authored a book titled,”Hand Book of Civil and Criminal Courts Management and Use of Computers”.Executive Chairman, Tamilnadu State Legal Services and Chairman, Madras High Court legal services committee are some among the other key positions she held. Entry to the Collegium.Following the retirement of Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice Banumathi got entry to the SC Collegium in November 2019. Justice Ruma Pal was the first woman to make it to the Collegium. After the retirement of Justice Pal during 2006, it took more than a decade for a woman judge to be part of the collegium. Notable Decisions. In Modern Dental College & Ors v. State of Madhya pradhesh 2016 (7) SCC 353, Justice Banumathi through her judgment had voiced a concurrent opinion which establishes the fact that, the state possess an indisputable duty to provide education and the state do have the power to regulate the private institution for the greater aim of providing quality education. She discussed in detail the principles of “doctrine of proportionality” with respect to reasonable restrictions on fundamental rights.Suo Motu Cognizance in Chinmayananda Case : The Bench of Justices R. Banumathi and A.S.Bopanna took Suo Motu Cognisance, when the girl who alleged rape acquisitions against Chinmayananda went missing.The infamous Chinmayananda case is that, a woman studying LLM at a college in Shajahanpur District, Uttar Pradesh, levelled an allegation that, Chinmayananda had sexually abused her on multiple occasions. The College in which the women studies her course is owned by a management which was under the authority of Chinmayananda. An FIR was also restored against him under Section 376 C of IPC. The bench in the suo motu proceedings had directed the state of Uttar Pradesh to transfer the Miss “A” (the woman in the Chinmayananda case ) alone with her brother to another college which comes under the same university. Also directed the Bar Council of India to increase the sanctioned strength of the respective colleges to accommodate ‘Miss A’ and her brother, as an “exceptional case”. The University was directed to issue required certificates to ensure that they can resume their studies at the earliest.The bench also directed the Delhi Police to provide all security measures and accompany Miss “A” and her parents to go to their place of residence at Shajahanpur, Uttar Pradesh.Entry Tax caseJustice Banumathi was part of the 9-judge bench in Jindal Stainless Limited and Anr. v. State of Haryana and Others, which upheld by 7:2 majority the constitutional validity of Entry Tax imposed by States on goods coming in from other states. She authored a separate judgment in the case, partially dissenting from the majority on certain aspects.INX Media Case : Bail to P Chidambaram Justice R Banumathi led the bench which heard the multiple bail applications filed by Senior Advocate and former Union Minister P Chidambaram at various points of time in the cases filed by CBI and Enforcement Directorate in the cases related to INX Media transaction.The judgment authored by her, while granting bail to him after 106 days of custody, observed that recording of findings based on the sealed cover documents submitted by the prosecution as if the offence has been committed, and using of such findings to deny bail would be against the concept of fair trial.”It would be against the concept of fair trial if in every case the prosecution presents documents in sealed cover and the findings on the same are recorded as if the offence is committed and the same is treated as having a bearing for denial or grant of bail”, the judgment said.RTI & Court Document : The bench headed by Justice Banumathi observed in Chief Information Commissioner v. High Court of Gujarat and Another that, one must apply under court rules to get certified copies of court documents. This judgment, which attracted criticism from RTI activists, held that Court rules will prevail over RTI with respect to seeking certified copies of court documents.The judgment held that the requirements under Court rules with respect to seeking third party information related to court documents must prevail, regardless of the prescriptions under the RTI Act. “Under the guise of seeking information under the RTI Act, the process of the court is not to be abused and information not to be misused”, the judgment stated. Dissent in Delhi Jal Board : The Constitution bench decision of the Supreme Court in Bir Singh v. Delhi Jal Board (was that the rule of Pan India Reservation that prevails in the National Capital Territory of Delhi is very much in agreement with the Constitutional scheme relating to service under the Union and the States/Union Territories.The major issue of the case was that,”Whether a person belonging to a Scheduled Caste in relation to a particular State would be entitled or not, to the benefits or concessions allowed to Scheduled Caste candidate in the matter of employment, in any other State?”Dissenting from the majority judgment, she observed. “‘If the reservation to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes are to be extended to all categories of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes all over India or to the migrants then there is every possibility of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes of other developed States and Union Territories squandering reservations to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes who are disadvantaged in the respective States/Union Territories including Union Territory of Delhi”Nirbhaya Case: Justice Banumathi was also part of the bench which decided the 2017 Nirbhaya Judgment, in which the supreme court upheld the Death penalty of convicts in Nirbhaya Rape and Death Case. The “incident shocks collective conscience of the society”, is what she commented on the Nirbhaya Incident. Justice Banumathi wrote a separate but concurring decision.”In the present case, there is not even a hint of hesitation in my mind with respect to the aggravating circumstances outweighing the mitigating circumstances and I do not find any justification to convert the death sentence imposed by the courts below to ‘life imprisonment for the rest of the life’. The gruesome offences were committed with highest viciousness. Human lust was allowed to take such a demonic form. The accused may not be hardened criminals; but the cruel manner in which the gang-rape was committed in the moving bus; iron rods were inserted in the private parts of the victim; and the coldness with which both the victims were thrown naked in cold wintery night of December, shocks the collective conscience of the society. The present case clearly comes within the category of ‘rarest of rare case’ where the question of any other punishment is ‘unquestionably foreclosed’. If at all there is a case warranting award of death sentence, it is the present case. If the dreadfulness displayed by the accused in committing the gang-rape, 427 unnatural sex, insertion of iron rod in the private parts of the victim does not fall in the ‘rarest of rare category’, then one may wonder what else would fall in that category. On these reasoning recorded by me, I concur with the majority in affirming the death sentence awarded to the accused persons”, observed by Justice Banumathi in Nirbhaya Case.She was also led the bench which decided the various petitions filed by the death row convicts challenging the death warrant and rejection of mercy petitions.On March 20, few hours before the scheduled execution of the convicts, a bench led by Justice Banumathi held a mid-night hearing to consider the last-minute plea by convict Pawan Kumar against the rejection of mercy petition.At the end of a dramatic hearing, at about 3.30 AM, the bench dismissed the plea, observing that there were no grounds to interfere with the President’s order within the limited powers of judicial review.Conservation of paddy land : In a notable decision which tightened the curbs on conversion of paddy land in Kerala, a division Bench of the Supreme Court comprising of Justice V.Gopala Gowda and Justice Banumathi in The Revenue Divisional Officer v. Jalaja Dileep & Anr ruled that HC has no power to direct authorities to change entries in basis tax register, ignoring the data bank prepared under the Paddy Land Act.Patent illegality a ground to set aside foreign arbitral awardIn a recent notable decision, a bench led by her held that patent illegality was a ground available to set aside foreign arbitral award.Constitution Bench judgment in tax exemption caseJustice Banumathi was part of the Constitution Bench in Commissioner of Customs (Import), Mumbai vs. M/s. Dilip Kumar and Company, which ruled that exemption notifications should be interpreted strictly and that the burden of proving applicability would be on the assessee to show that his case comes within the parameters of the exemption clause or exemption notification.Venue-Seat conundrum in arbitrationIn a judgment which attracted widespread debate for adding to the confusion of ‘venue-seat’ conundrum in arbitration law, Justice Banumathi-led bench held that only the High Court which has jurisdiction over the ‘venue’ can entertain the petition seeking appointment of Arbitrator. In this case, Brahmani River Pellets Limited vs. Kamachi Industries Limited, the bench overturned the finding of the High Court that Courts at both the ‘seat’ and ‘venue’ of the arbitration will have concurrent jurisdiction. Ban of Jallikattu As a judge of the Madras High Court, Justice Banumathi had pronounced a bold decision in K.Muniasamyathevar v. Dy.Superintendent of Police and Others dated 29 March ,2006, banning all types of Jallikattu,Rekla Race (Bullock Cart Race); Oxen Race or any other entertainment involving causing cruelty to animals in the State of Tamil Nadu.Apart from the above, Justice Banumathi authored numerous judgments which explained and reiterated the first principles relating to the grant of bail, specific performance, recording of evidence, criminal trial, Section 138 NI Act etcThe fate of the Sabarimala Reference ?It was on September 28,2018 ,the Supreme Court delivered the original judgment in the Sabarimala case.On November 14, 2019, a five judge bench headed by the then CJI Ranjan Gogoi had passed an order of reference in the review petitions, considering the need to clear certain questions of ‘essential religious practices’. A new nine-judge bench was constituted to consider the question of law in the Sabarimala review matter. Justice Banumathi was the lone woman judge in the bench.Though the 9-judge bench had framed the issues and commenced hearing in the second week of February, the onset of COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdown disrupted the hearings.CJI Bobde had plans to fast track the hearing, and used to adjourn several matters by saying ‘after Sabarimala reference’.With the retirement of Justice Banumathi, the 9-judge bench will have to be re-constituted. Next Story