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Top Stories”Do The Needful” SC To Centre On Pregnant Indian Woman’s Repatriation Plea From USA Sanya Talwar12 May 2020 1:28 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court on Tuesday took up a petition seeking immediate repatriation of a pregnant woman via the scheduled May 13 Air India flight.A bench of Justices Nageswara Rao, Abdul Nazeer & Sanjeev Khanna directed Centre to do the needful but did not pass orders as prayed for.The petitioner’s lawyer, Mr. Sanjay M. Nulli argued that the petitioner is at an advanced stage of pregnancy and…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 Supreme Court on Tuesday took up a petition seeking immediate repatriation of a pregnant woman via the scheduled May 13 Air India flight.A bench of Justices Nageswara Rao, Abdul Nazeer & Sanjeev Khanna directed Centre to do the needful but did not pass orders as prayed for.The petitioner’s lawyer, Mr. Sanjay M. Nulli argued that the petitioner is at an advanced stage of pregnancy and is stuck in the United States along with her 18 month old daughter & husband. Thus, any more delay for repatriation would be disastrous on her health.”The Petitioner No. 1 is in the third trimester (final stage) of her pregnancy and is living in an extreme state of uncertainty and in a condition proving fatal to herself and the fetus” – Excerpt from PetitionWhen the matter came up for hearing, the bench was initially inclined to serve a copy on the Solictor General but list it for tomorrow but then passed it over.Advocate Nulli had insisted that as the “flight is tomorrow, this order would not serve any purpose” Apropos this, when the passed over matter was taken up again, the bench observed that it was not inclined to pass any orders but asked the Government to take cognisance of the issue accordingly.The petition had contended that the Pooja Chaudhary and her family had return flights to India after a composite business trip on April 6. However, “owing to the restrictions imposed by the Director General of Civil Aviation vide Circulars dated 19.03.2020, 26.03.2020 and 14.04.2020 on the operation of international flights, the Petitioners have been stranded in the USA”In light of the above, petitioner had prayed to be rescued with “appropriate arrangements” for their travel to India via “Air India Flight No. AI 174 which is scheduled to depart from San Francisco on 13th May 2020 or at the next earliest possible opportunity” as well was directions to ensure that she has access to proper medical facilities.The Supreme Court has been taking up evacuation petitions of several stranded Indian Citizens since the lockdown was imposed in India and international cross-border Air travel had been blocked.On May 8, While hearing a plea on behalf of over 250 pregnant Indian women praying for evacuation from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Supreme Court observed that women who are at the final stage of pregnancy (Third Trimester) must be given top priority for purposes of repatriation.The Centre had issued Standard Operating Protocols on May 6 for evacuation of Indian Citizens stranded Abroad amid the pandemic.Termed the “Vande Bharat Mission”, the evacuation has been started at the behest of Government. As on date, stranded Indians from various countries have been brought back.Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Ohio State football is used to success. In Jim Tressel’s 10 years as coach, he led the Buckeyes to eight BCS bowl game appearances and six consecutive Big Ten Championships. The 2011 season was different. OSU won just half of its regular season games, finishing with a 6-6 record and its first loss to archrival Michigan since 2003. It also dropped its final three games of the year. Senior wide receiver DeVier Posey, who was playing his second game of the year after serving two five-game suspensions, said the locker room felt “weird” after the loss. “We’ve never lost to Michigan,” Posey said, “It’s just an eerie feeling. You have a weird feeling in your stomach.” Despite the drop in success this season, the Buckeyes were reluctant to call the season a disappointment. “I think it’s a disappointment in terms of what the fans think and everything,” senior linebacker Tyler Moeller said. “Obviously you want to go out there and win every game. We fought and battled out there. Every game that we have lost, we were in them. We fought them. Sometimes in life that happens.” OSU has the minimum number of six wins to be eligible for a bowl game, but for the first time since 2004, OSU won’t be selected for a BCS bowl. Senior center Mike Brewster said dealing with all the losses has been difficult after having so much success in the past. “It’s hard,” Brewster said. “Just kind of shows you when you’re playing a team sport, decisions you make can affect your teammates.” OSU is still awaiting the decision as to whether or not they’ll be selected to play in a bowl game. Although six wins grants a team eligibility to participate in a bowl, it does not guarantee a team will be selected. Traditionally, OSU has had an advantage in the selection process because of the program’s reputation for traveling well to postseason games and drawing high TV ratings. One report from the Orlando Sentinel said representatives from the Gator Bowl are interested in choosing the Buckeyes to participate in the Jan. 2, bowl in Jacksonville, Fla., and pitting them against the Florida Gators. The hypothetical matchup would pit the team Urban Meyer coached from 2005-2010 (Florida) with the team Meyer will coach for the 2012 season (OSU). According to athletic director Gene Smith, current coach Luke Fickell will coach the bowl game and Meyer will no role in the team’s preparation. No matter what bowl game OSU is selected to or the coaching situation the team faces, junior defensive lineman John Simon said it won’t affect how his team will prepare. “We’re motivated,” Simon said. “We get excited for every game. We’ll make the corrections about this game tomorrow when we watch the tape and get back to work.” Moeller agreed. “Any game that we’re dealt, we’re going to work hard,” he said. “Just as hard as any other bowl game that we had. We’re going to try to win that.”