first_imgNews UpdatesBREAKING : Delhi High Court Automatically Extends Interim Orders Passed By It & Subordinate Courts Till July 16 LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK20 April 2021 3:10 AMShare This – xTaking note of the limited functioning of Courts on account of the COVID19 surge, the Delhi High Court has suo moto extended the interim orders passed by it and the courts subordinate to it, which were subsisting as on April 19 or expiring after that, till July 16.”Taking suo moto cognizance of the aforesaid extraordinary circumstances, under Article 226 & 227 of 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?LoginTaking note of the limited functioning of Courts on account of the COVID19 surge, the Delhi High Court has suo moto extended the interim orders passed by it and the courts subordinate to it, which were subsisting as on April 19 or expiring after that, till July 16.”Taking suo moto cognizance of the aforesaid extraordinary circumstances, under Article 226 & 227 of the Constitution of India, it is hereby ordered that in all matters pending before this court and courts subordinate to this court, wherein such interim orders issued were subsisting as on 19.04.2021and expired or will expire thereafter, the same shall stand automatically extended till 16.07.2021 or until further orders, except where any orders to the contrary have been passed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in any particular matter, during the intervening period”, a full bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi, Rekha Palli and Talwant Singh ordered.The Court clarified that if the aforesaid extension of interim order causes any hardship of an extreme nature to a party to such proceeding, they would be at liberty to seek appropriate relief, as may be advised.Click here to read/download the orderSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

first_imgGloucester director of rugby David Humphreys praised his side’s defence after they held off a strong second-half performance from Connacht to qualify for the semi-finals of the European Challenge Cup. Two pieces of enterprise from James Hook created Gloucester’s tries scored by Charlie Sharples and Bill Meakes, with Greig Laidlaw adding two conversions. Connacht’s points came from a penalty try award converted by Jack Carty. Press Associationcenter_img Humphreys said: “Ultimately our defence won us the game. After a five-day turnaround, we were very good in the first half but we tightened up in the second half and made a few errors. “It was very nervy at the end and it was a massive relief to win but that’s what knock-out rugby is all about. It’s a reward for the amount of hard work we’ve put in this season.” Humphreys singled out Hook and Matt Kvesic for their outstanding efforts on the night. “When James plays well, we play well. We see them every week and both are quality international players and therefore we’d love to see them represent their country again.” Despite the defeat, Connacht head coach Pat Lam was delighted with his team’s performance. “I’m proud of the guys as they are a very young group who are very resilient and keep coming back,” he said. “Gloucester is always a tough place to come and they’ve got a lot of big-game players. We didn’t exit well and gave away soft tries in the first half but at half-time the boys were determined to get back into it so we were much more ruthless after the restart.” Gloucester now face Exeter or Newcastle in the semi-final at Kingsholm in a fortnight with Humphreys looking forward to the challenge. “We are delighted to get another big game for Kingsholm. We are moving in the right direction and our results at Kingsholm have been improving since the New Year. We don’t mind who we play as we should always be concerned about our own game.” last_img read more