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Limerick council to remove asbestos after air tests

first_imgNewsHealthLimerick council to remove asbestos after air testsBy Editor – November 9, 2017 4049 Previous articleMore Limerick people availing of cancer counselling serviceNext articleLimerick TD expects progress on pension discrimination Editor Email Print Facebook Beyond the neon runes TAGSAsbestosattic spaceCarew Parkhealth riskHot PressHSElimerickLimerick City and Council Councilremovalspecialist consultantsVale Avenue Twitter 10-year-olds beating horses ‘up and down’ in Carew Park Advertisementcenter_img Contractor removing asbestos coatingAs part of the thermal upgrade programme, Limerick City and County Council is to conduct a series of air tests in Vale Avenue, Carew Park beginning this Friday.The testing is being carried out after a survey detected asbestos material in fire resistant packing rope in the hot press area and attic space of the houses.Asbestos was used extensively in building materials in Ireland and internationally up until the late 1990s, due to its insulating, sound absorbing, and fire retarding capabilities.  Almost all buildings constructed before 2000 are likely to have some asbestos containing material.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Intact and undisturbed asbestos materials do not pose a health risk. However, they can become a concern if they are damaged, deteriorate over time or are otherwise disturbed.Limerick City and County Council has decided to remove the asbestos material and is liaising with the HSE in relation to the issue.The first stage of the process is air testing, followed by a temporary sealing off of the area, removal of the asbestos material and a follow-up air test.Letters explaining the situation, along with a HSE information leaflet, have been hand delivered to the residents in Vale Avenue, Carew Park.The letter outlines the steps Limerick City and County Council are taking in order to remove the asbestos, while officials from the local authority will be present to further explain the process.Specialist consultants and accredited contractors, who are experienced in the removal of asbestos, have been engaged to oversee and complete the necessary removal activities.See more news here Hot Press award for Dolan’s Warehouse, Limerick Linkedin WhatsApp Anti social behaviour trapping residents in their homes Watch: Sheil confident Pike can compete on all fronts in 2018/2019 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Stray horses raise injury concerns in Limerick’s Carew Parklast_img read more

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Man’s Familiarity With A Woman Doesn’t Entitle Him To Circulate Her Objectionable Images & Malign Her Image: P&H High Court

first_imgNews UpdatesMan’s Familiarity With A Woman Doesn’t Entitle Him To Circulate Her Objectionable Images & Malign Her Image: P&H High Court Sparsh Upadhyay24 Jan 2021 8:37 PMShare This – xThe fact that he and the prosecutrix were known to each other, doesn’t entitle him to misuse the social media and circulate objectionable material: Punjab & Haryana High CourtThe Punjab & Haryana High Court recently refused to grant anticipatory bail to a man while observing that the fact that he and the prosecutrix were known to each other, doesn’t entitle him to misuse the social media and circulate objectionable material. The Bench of Justice Avneesh Jhingan was hearing the plea of a man seeking pre-arrest bail under Section 354 and 354-A IPC 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 Punjab & Haryana High Court recently refused to grant anticipatory bail to a man while observing that the fact that he and the prosecutrix were known to each other, doesn’t entitle him to misuse the social media and circulate objectionable material. The Bench of Justice Avneesh Jhingan was hearing the plea of a man seeking pre-arrest bail under Section 354 and 354-A IPC and Section 66 of the Information and Technology Act, 2000. The matter before the Court The FIR was lodged at the instance of the prosecutrix, wherein it was alleged that the petitioner (seeking pre-arrest bail) had circulated certain photographs of the prosecutrix on whatsapp and sent/delivered certain offensive messages on her mobile. On gaining knowledge of acts of him, the prosecutrix informed her parents who tried to get respectablez of the village involved in the matter. However, on 26th August 2020, he again circulated photographs. Allegedly, in August 2020, he forcibly dragged her in his shop and did obscene acts. On her resistance, she was threatened to be eliminated. Arguments by the petitioner The petitioner’s Counsel contended that the prosecutrix and the petitioner are known to each other since long as they are co-villagers. It was submitted that prosecutrix is major and the reliance was upon photographs to submit that the prosecutrix had relations with the petitioner Court’s order While denying him the benefit of The Court observed, “There is no date on the photographs and moreover even assuming that these photographs were earlier in time, this is not enough to permit the petitioner to malign the image of a girl.” The Court also noted that during the investigation, it was found that objectionable material was used by petitioner on social media and after the matter was investigated by the Cyber Cell and on receiving the report, the FIR was registered. Lastly, considering the seriousness of the allegations and noting that this being a case where custodial interrogation would be necessary to recover the material available with the petitioner against the prosecutrix, the Court found that no case was made out for anticipatory bail. In related news, the Allahabad High Court last month refused to quash an FIR against a man who is accused of posting nude snaps of her wife (Informant) on WhatsApp. Dismissing man’s Criminal Miscellaneous Writ Petition, the Bench of Justice Pankaj Naqvi and Justice Vivek Agarwal remarked, “Allegations of commission of offence as are mentioned under Section 67 of the I.T. Act are also prima facie made out inasmuch as there is specific allegation of putting nude pictures of the informant on WhatsApp. Therefore, merely because petitioner is husband of the informant, does not constitute a valid ground to quash the FIR.” Also, the Himachal Pradesh High Court had, in October 2020, denied the benefit of Anticipatory Bail to a Husband accused of posting and uploading nude photographs of his wife in the public domain. Calling it “not only serious but a heinous crime”, the Bench of Justice Vivek Singh Thakur had observed that, “Posting and uploading nude photographs of the spouse, particularly of wife, in public domain amounts to betray the mutual trust and confidence which marital relations imply.” Case title – Gagandeep Sharma v. State of Punjab [CRM-M-44273 of 2020] Click Here To Download Order/JudgmentRead Order/JudgmentSubscribe 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

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