ArchDaily Houses 2012 Year: photographs: Daniel CorvillónPhotographs: Daniel Corvillón+ 20 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/348561/mirador-house-punta-de-gallo-rodrigo-santa-maria Clipboard Photographs “COPY” Projects Year: Architects: Rodrigo Santa María Area Area of this architecture project Mirador House Punta De Gallo / Rodrigo Santa MaríaSave this projectSaveMirador House Punta De Gallo / Rodrigo Santa MaríaSave this picture!© Daniel CorvillónHouses•Tunquen, Chile 2012 Area: 180 m² Area: 180 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Copy Mirador House Punta De Gallo / Rodrigo Santa María “COPY” Save this picture!© Daniel CorvillónText description provided by the architects. La Casa Mirador Punta de Gallo, is situated on a rocky summit with a panoramic view of the area 70 meters above the sea level. From here you have a 360 degree view: to the north Quintay Bay, to the south Tunquén, to the west the beach town of Algarrobo and to the eat pine forests.Save this picture!© Daniel CorvillónAs a first step, we consolidated our noble housing plan with a wooden platform structured on the rocks. We kept the average level of natural elevation of the viewpoint and allowed it to only exceed the summit, which was integrated into the interior of the house. Then we constructed the access utilizing the thresholds given by the existing topography. Thus the rocks act as the plinth for which you access the house. Save this picture!© Daniel Corvillón3 thresholds were recognized, which were transformed into a main access and two secondary ones. The main access is given by the slope created between two rocks, which are landmarks of this rockery. This entrance was constructed with concrete steps that are fused with the rocks.From these three accesses and the general plan, we constructed the main design concept required by the owners: that the unified terrace-living-dining-kitchen unit conquer the ocean view, while permitting to discover the other views as one traverses the house. The result is the constant presence of the landscape as a reference point.Save this picture!SectionWe designed a terrace the stretches out towards the sea and protected from the southern winds that constantly blow in central coast by means of vertical blinds that also protect privacy with a neutral volume effect. The western and northern facades are transparent for a clear view and with eaves for sun protection.Save this picture!© Daniel CorvillónThe construction is made with simple materials and technology. The structure is mixed with wooden pillars on concrete benches and some additional wooden structures. All of the interior is coated with brushed pine and the exteriors is coated with un-brushed pine. Project gallerySee allShow less’Wallcano’: Collider Activity Center Competition Entry / Zohar ArchitectsUnbuilt ProjectGold Coast International Design CompetitionEvent Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/348561/mirador-house-punta-de-gallo-rodrigo-santa-maria Clipboard Chile CopyAbout this officeRodrigo Santa MaríaOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesTunquenHousesChilePublished on March 24, 2013Cite: “Mirador House Punta De Gallo / Rodrigo Santa María” 24 Mar 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Architects: Marx/Ladurner Architekten Area Area of this architecture project Apartments ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/912510/schlossgarten-residential-complex-marx-ladurner-architekten Clipboard “COPY” CopyApartments, Residential•Silandro, Italy Schlossgarten Residential Complex / Marx/Ladurner ArchitektenSave this projectSaveSchlossgarten Residential Complex / Marx/Ladurner Architekten Year: Italy Photographs: Samuel HolznerClients:Pohl ImmobilienVideo Link:https://www.pohl-immobilien.it/wohnimmobilien/wohnanlage-schlossgarten/City:SilandroCountry:ItalyMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Samuel HolznerRecommended ProductsWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensDoorsAir-LuxPivoting DoorDoorsGorter HatchesRoof Hatch – RHT AluminiumText description provided by the architects. The construction site is located in the core area of Schlanders, where stately homes and farmhouses stay side by side, while modern buildings have filled up the open spaces in between. The architectural duo Stephan Marx and Elke Ladurner were commissioned with the planning of a residential complex of the same name in the old castle garden. This extended from the castle Schlandersburg to the residence Stainer. Already in 1977 here was built a pension. The castle garden is surrounded by a wall, which is subject to the ensemble protection, as well as the building belt around the plot to be built.Save this picture!© Samuel HolznerSave this picture!Floor PlanSave this picture!© Samuel HolznerThe historic buildings are arranged along the road and create a narrow alleyway. In order to give the building mass a corresponding scale, it was divided into two buildings, which are based on a basement floor. The new structures are deliberately positioned in such a way that they do not result in competition on the one hand with the roadside building mass of the surrounding area, and on the other with the enclosure.Save this picture!© Samuel HolznerSave this picture!SectionSave this picture!© Samuel HolznerThe proximity of the two new buildings creates a similar tension to the surrounding streets. The polygonal ground plan shape is also transferred to the facade and rejuvenates the building mass to the top. This reduces the massiveness. The lowering of the main building units to the north is based on the inventory quota and the building to the south is lowered to the original level of the castle garden.Save this picture!© Samuel HolznerTo preserve the cubic effect of the volume, the patio areas were cut out of the volume. The different rotation of the building reinforced by the polygonal floor plan suggests a playful arrangement on the open space of the old castle garden. This results in interesting intermediate and outdoor spaces. To underline the homogeneity of the building, the architects Marx / Ladurner decided on a uniform façade material. The choice fell on a slightly colored concrete, which communicates with the glass elements of the parapets and the dark window profiles. This should take back the new structure. The sloping parapets in concrete provide sheltered outdoor areas for each apartment.Save this picture!© Samuel HolznerProject gallerySee allShow lessBikini Berlin / UAU CollectivSelected ProjectsHouse Ym / Hideo Arao Architects OfficeSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Via Principale, 129, 39028 Silandro BZ, ItalyLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Area: 557 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeMarx/Ladurner ArchitektenOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsBuildingsResidentialSilandroItalyPublished on March 14, 2019Cite: “Schlossgarten Residential Complex / Marx/Ladurner Architekten” 14 Mar 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Pilotlight is seeking charity applications for its 2017 Pilotlight Programme.The deadline for entries is 31st July and the Pilotlight Programme is open to all charities and social entreprises based in England with an annual turnover of less than £5m. Successful applicants will be contacted in August to arrange an assessment meeting with the Pilotlight team.The Pilotlight Programme takes place over 10-12 months, with projects starting from September 2017. Successful charities are partnered with a team of four senior business mentors who coach and mentor the director with the aim of enhancing the organisation’s sustainability, development and growth.David King, head of operations at Pilotlight said:“Pilotlight is a charity dedicated to ensuring the sustainability and efficiency of charitable organisations nationwide. We do this by developing the talents of charitable directors in a supportive setting, while partnering them up with business leaders that can equip them with the commercial skills and industry know-how to improve the impact of their organisation.“Our annual recruitment drive always proves to be a resounding success, and I have no doubt this year will be the same. We wish all participants the best of luck in the application process and look forward to reviewing the diverse list of entries.” 195 total views, 1 views today Advertisement Tagged with: corporate mentoring AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis13 196 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis13 Pilotlight seeks charities in annual recruitment drive Melanie May | 25 July 2017 | News 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.
SHARE U.S. tractor sales in March increased six percent compared to a year ago. The Association of Equipment Manufacturers released its monthly sales report this week. The report shows that for the first three months in 2017, a total of 42,033 tractors were sold which compares to 39,878 sold through March 2016, representing a five percent increase for the year. For the month, two-wheel drive smaller tractors, rated 40 horsepower and under, were up ten percent from last year.Meanwhile, sales of 40 to 100 horsepower tractors were up two percent; 100-plus horsepower two-wheel drive tractor sales were down 15 percent; but four-wheel drive tractors in the same category increased 21 percent. Combine sales were up 11 percent for the month, and sales of combines for the year so far totaled 715, a 16 percent decrease from levels last year.Source: NAFB News Service By Hoosier Ag Today – Apr 12, 2017 SHARE Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News U.S. Tractor Sales Up in March U.S. Tractor Sales Up in March Previous articleClosing CommentsNext articleEthanol Production Hits 18 Week Low Hoosier Ag Today
Facebook Twitter SHARE By Ryan Martin – Nov 13, 2018 Home News Feed Ryan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for November 14, 2018 Facebook Twitter Ryan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for November 14, 2018 SHARE Dry and at least partly sunny through most of the day today as we are in-between systems. However, clouds will start to build later this afternoon, particularly in southern Indiana ahead of our approaching moisture surge from the south. It should be a nice day today in many areas, but still chilly.Moisture is coming about 6 hours faster with our next event. By this evening, moisture will be pushing into southern Indiana and will be up to near US 50 by midnight tonight. From there, moisture spreads across the rest of the state through the overnight and through Thursday. We are keeping liquid equivalent precipitation totals the same at a few hundredths to .6”, with coverage at 90% of the state. Snow totals will be from a coating to 3” with coverage at 75% of the state. We need to watch areas near the river for some rain mixing in at times tomorrow that may cut snow accumulations, but by the same token, we need to watch some areas in SW Indiana up into central Indiana, particularly from Vincennes up through Rockville over toward Lebanon and then northeast…there is some concern over slightly higher snow totals there. It all comes down to temperatures tomorrow, and right now, we think temps here are going to stay closer to freezing for a longer period of time. All precipitation should be done by shortly after midnight tomorrow night. The map at right shows potential snow through midnight Friday.We should be dry in all areas Friday through next Wednesday. This is a drier forecast, as we are taking precipitation out on Saturday. There can be some clouds around, but the disturbance is losing moisture quickly, and will have nothing left as it drifts across the state. The weekend should be decent. Even winds do not look as strong Sunday, so concern about a bit of lake snow in NW Indiana is easing.While we are taking moisture out for the weekend and giving a longer dry window in this forecast this morning, we are going to have to pay for it. That comes next Thursday, on thanksgiving. We are projecting clouds to increase through the midday and early afternoon, and we can’t rule out a bit of moisture, light rain and light snow, from late afternoon through the evening. Rain continues through Black Friday. Totals do not look too dramatic, but still, we will be calling for a few hundredths to .3” with 75% coverage.The extended 11-16 day period starts drier, and we are taking rain out of the forecast for the 24th. However, we are leaving a good slug of moisture in or the 25th and 26th. To be clear, we are still taking about all rain, as temps begin to climb after thanksgiving. Since we are lopping the 24th off of this precipitation event, we are drawing the top end of the rain projection back slightly and are looking for half to 1.5” rain totals, with coverage at 90%. A second minor batch of moisture arrives a few days later around the 28th and 29th but should produce under .25” of moisture. We cool down with that system and may have to look at a rain/snow mix. Previous articleCommodity Classic a Farmer Event Worth AttendingNext articleCommodity Classic a Farmer Event Worth Attending on the HAT Wednesday Morning Edition Ryan Martin
Robbie Vagliohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/robbie-vaglio/ Facebook Twitter Frogs earn the No. 10 seed, will compete in College Grove, Tenn. from May 15-17. Twitter Robbie Vagliohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/robbie-vaglio/ Robbie Vaglio + posts Robbie Vagliohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/robbie-vaglio/ Two students joined harassment and discrimination lawsuit against TCU Linkedin ReddIt Snow temporarily stepping down as honors dean ReddIt What to watch during quarantine TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello Facebook Linkedin Previous articleFor TCU Baseball, no shortage of future talentNext articleMen’s Tennis motto motivates Frogs headed into NCAAs Robbie Vaglio RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR printTCU men’s golf will compete in the NCAA regionals for the 28th straight season.“[The streak] is always on everyone’s mind,” sophomore Turner Maclean said. “You never want to be the team that snaps the streak, so our goal all year has been to continue the streak.”Maclean, who grew up in Fort Worth, said he knew of Coach Montigel’s success before coming to TCU and, “to finally be a part of the program and continue the streak is really cool.”Sophomore Triston Fisher said Montigel’s legacy is a, “huge accomplishment,” so far.Montigel said he mentioned the streak too frequently throughout the season.“[The streak] is huge,” Montigel said. “It’s a really big deal for everyone. This team deserves it, they worked hard and never quit.”The Frogs earned the 10th seed, out of 13, and will compete at The Grove in College Grove, Tennessee from May 15-17.“Given how we’ve played this season, the tenth seed is exactly where we should be,” Coach Montigel said.This season will be head coach Bill Montigel’s 30th with the Frogs. He has coached the Frogs to postseason play every time since 1990.“The fall season wasn’t very good,” Montigel said. “I think it was really good for us, though. It gave us a chance to play against really good teams, which are the kinds of teams you will see when you get to the regionals and the championship. They realized that if they play their game, they’ll be fine.”“When you get a bid to a regional, every team is equal,” Maclean said. “We feel fortunate to have the opportunity to advance to a regional and are looking forward to playing well.”“Being seeded tenth doesn’t mean much to us,” Fisher added.TCU will send five players to regionals: Maclean, Fisher, sophomore Stefano Mazzoli, sophomore Pierre Mazier, and senior Chelso Barrett.“This has been the lineup that we’ve had for the last several tournaments,” Montigel said. “This lineup has had some moments where they’ve played really well, so we just have to play like we are capable of.”For all five Frogs playing in the tournament, both The Grove and the championship site in Sugar Grove, Illinois are new.“We don’t really know the course, so we don’t know how to prepare,” Mazzoli said. “Just doing what we were doing before should be fine.”Mazier looked at this issue with the course optimistically, adding that because most teams don’t know the course very well, it puts everyone on an equal playing field.To prepare, Montigel said that the team will leave for the tournament early to practice at many different courses along the way, juggling both their finals schedule and golf practice.The Frogs have advanced to the NCAA championship in six of the past eight seasons, including each of the last two seasons, but have not won a national championship. TCU wants ex-professor’s discrimination suit dismissed I am the executive editor of TCU 360 from Raleigh, North Carolina. If you walk by my desk in the newsroom you’ll immediately know I’m Post Malone’s biggest fan. I’m always looking for a good story to tell! If you have any story ideas, feel free to reach out! Go Panthers! Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award Robbie Vagliohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/robbie-vaglio/
Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released WhatsApp HSE warns of ‘widespread cancellations’ of appointments next week Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme Environmental allocations will help clean up Donegal – Mc Ginley Google+ Pinterest Facebook Google+ Previous articleReport: Loose part lead to Harrison Ford plane crashNext articleDerry man in court for the 42nd time admin 35,700 euro has been allocated to clean up Donegal as part of a €1.09 million funding allocation via two environmental grant schemes.The 2015 Anti-Litter & Anti-Graffiti Awareness Grant Scheme is providing 20 thousand euro to Donegal County Council, while a further 15,700 is being provided from the Environmental Partnership Fund which supports local environmental initiatives.Donegal TD Dinny McGinley is welcoming the funding and says even though it may not be much it will promote encouragement to keep our county tidy…………..Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/dinnyrubbish.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Homepage BannerNews Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Twitter By admin – August 7, 2015 WhatsApp Pinterest Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry
News UpdatesBombay High Court Imposes Hefty Fine Of Rs 1 Lakh On A Social Worker Accused Of Assaulting Doctor Over Covid Death [Read Order] Sparsh Upadhyay26 Oct 2020 11:00 PMShare This – xRecently, the Bombay High Court imposed a hefty fine on a Social Worker, accused of assaulting a Doctor and abusing medical staff of the hospital after a COVID patient’s death.The Bench of Justice Bharati Dangre directed the applicant/accused to deposit an amount of Rs.One lakh in the C.M. Relief Fund. The Court also clarified that failure to deposit the amount would denude him 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?LoginRecently, the Bombay High Court imposed a hefty fine on a Social Worker, accused of assaulting a Doctor and abusing medical staff of the hospital after a COVID patient’s death.The Bench of Justice Bharati Dangre directed the applicant/accused to deposit an amount of Rs.One lakh in the C.M. Relief Fund. The Court also clarified that failure to deposit the amount would denude him of the protection from his arrest.Matter before the CourtThe applicant/accused was booked for the offence punishable under Section 452, 323, 504, 506, 509, 269 and 270 of the IPC, and also Sections 2, 3, and 4 of the Epidemic Diseased Act, 1897.The complainant (Dr. Sujit Adsul) in this matter lodged a complaint to the effect that on 10th September 2020, Dr. Rahul Jadhav telephoned the complainant (Dr. Sujit Adsul) and informed that one of the patients who was infected with COVID had died and people close to him were creating ruckus in front of the hospital.It was alleged in the complaint that one person (Applicant/Accused) barged into the consulting room of Dr.Rahul Jadhav and started abusing the complainant.He (Applicant/Accused) questioned as to how the Corona patient died and he assaulted the him by fist and also abused staff of the hospital.This resulted into the filing of a C.R which came to be numbered as C.R.No. 463 of 2020. The applicant/accused, apprehending his arrest in the said C.R. had approached the Court.The family members being in deep sorrow due to the demise of their near one, the applicant argued before the Court that he might have overreacted but now he bewails.Court’s orderThe Court observed that the sorrow and grief of the family members of a patient who was entrusted in the care of the hospital staff could very well be understood.However, the Court said, it also cannot be forgotten that in the turbulent times of the COVID pandemic, it is the doctors and the nursing and health staff who have acted as corona warriors had been saviours for the infected persons.The Court was of the view that the complainant, who himself is a Doctor, and what has suddenly triggered the death of a COVID patient couldn’t be so easily explained and the manner in which the ruckus was created, caused tremendous mental stress not only to the complainant but on the entire team of the health workers working with him.The Court further remarked,”The incident is really unfortunate, when the medical fraternity itself was subjected to an attack, verbal and physical at the instance of the applicant, though it can be very well understood that he lost his temper on account of the sudden demise of his near relative, but at the same time, it can be very well discerned that the applicant had no intention and since he is remorseful of his action and perceive that he ought to have behaved in a responsible manner as his over anxiety did not yield any results.” (emphasis supplied)The Court also observed that since the applicant had no intention to commit any offence or deal with the situation in a manner in which he has dealt with, the applicant required protection.”But he must be made accountable for his irresponsible act and particularly towards the health workers who are fighting the battle of Pandemic on the forefront”, noted the Court.In this context, the Court ordered:-* In the event of his arrest, the Applicant – Shivaji Jadhav in connection with FIR No.0463 of 2020 shall be released on bail on furnishing P.R. bond to the extent of Rs.25,000/- with one or two sureties of the like amount.* Within a period of two weeks from the release, the applicant shall deposit an amount of Rs.One lakh in the C.M. Relief Fund, either in cash or by way of cheque and produce receipt thereof to the Investigating Officer. Failure to deposit the amount would denude him of the protection from his arrest.It may be noted that recently, the Bombay High Court rejected an anticipatory bail application filed by a father and son duo who were accused of beating up a policeman.Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Next Story
News Updates’Instead Of People Chasing Vaccine, You Should Chase People’ : Bombay High Court Seeks NEGVAC Policy On Door-to-Door Vaccination Sharmeen Hakim20 May 2021 8:35 AMShare This – xThe Bombay High Court granted the Central Government’s Expert Committee time till June 1, 2021 to decide on a door-to-door policy to immunize elderly and disabled citizens who would not be able to visit vaccination centres. The bench added that if the National Expert Group on Vaccine Administration for Covid-19’s (NEGVAC) decision favours door-to-door vaccination, the Centre need not wait for the court’s nod and begin implementation immediately.Advertisement “This is a matter that requires in-depth consideration at the hands of the experts,” the bench led by Chief Justice Dipankar Datta observed, later adding, “Please convey to them, if better sense prevails, we will not have to pass further orders.” The Union earlier cited a five-pointer on why door-to-door vaccination was not feasible, which the bench had rejected, calling it “arbitrary and unreasonable”. On Thursday, the ASG again cited After Effects Following Immunization (AEFI) to oppose home jabs.Advertisement Petitioner-in-person advocate Dhruti Kapadia then pointed out the Centre’s response to a query in the Lok Sabha. The court noted there were only 0.2% cases of AEFI reported, most of them being minor. “You are using AEFI not to start door-to-door vaccination? Your Minister’s statement has entirely demolished your reason. The death percentage given is 0.000319% (12 deaths).” ASG Anil Singh said that he would speak to the NEGVAC’s Chairman today itself. Advertisement Advertisement “I will speak to the Chairman of NEGVAC if they are ready to deal with the issue again. You are right, they have not looked at door-to-door as yet”, ASG said. The bench was hearing a PIL by two advocates Dhruti Kapadia and Kunal Tiwari seeking directions to the Central and State governments to initiate a door-to-door vaccination drive for citizens above 75, persons with physical disabilities and those who are bed-ridden.Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement During the hearing, ASG Anil Singh cited an affidavit to show the Centre was serious about vaccination. He said the Centre’s objective was to get maximum number of people vaccinated. “Considering the difficulty we are facing, we may not be reaching every house door-to-door, but, we are reaching buildings or housing societies. We also need to monitor people for after effects. The guidelines are elaborate (informs the bench about transport/storage etc). An ambulance has to be placed where vaccination is happening.” The bench pointed out that if vaccination was being allowed in housing societies, then why not homes. They also sought to know if there was any scientific data available that due to a particular type of vaccine, certain complications have developed. “We are asking because the petitioner has given data about how (vaccination) is happening in the UK. It is the same vaccine that is being administered over here. So why can’t it be done door to door over here?” “If you have a vaccination programme in a society, all these problems can happen there also. You cannot create a full-fledged ICU over there. You can place a well-equipped ambulance. You are leaving the elderly to choose between the devil and the deep sea. They will either die of Covid or comorbidity.” The bench then pointed out why there were two expert bodies for looking at vaccination. “Has NEGVAC been asked to consider this aspect about door to door vaccination?” The Chief Justice pointed out that NEGVAC hadn’t had a chance to consider formulating a door-to-door vaccination policy. By then Kapadia also found the Centre’s Lok Sabha reply which states as under: “A total of 7,580, i.e. 0.2% AEFI cases have been reported out of total number vaccinated till 31st January 2021 under Covid-19 vaccination roll-out across the country. Most of these are minor AEFIs like anxiety, vertigo, giddiness, dizziness, fever, pain, rashes, and headache which are self-limiting and all people have recovered. 14 hospitalisations i.e. 0.000372% hospitalisation cases have been reported out of total number vaccinated till 31st January 2021. 12 deaths i.e. 0.000319% death cases out of total number vaccinated till 31st January 2021 not causally related to vaccination presently, have also been reported. These deaths were investigated and examined by the experts and as per current evidence none of these deaths have causal relationship with the Covid-19 vaccination.” The bench then asked NEGVAC to decide if they would come up with a door-to-door vaccination policy. “We are very disappointed by your stand.” – Court to BMC On Wednesday, the court had asked the BMC if they could start door-to-door vaccination notwithstanding the Centre’s nod on the issue. In an affidavit, the BMC declined to start the program, saying they have always followed the Union’s guidelines. When the Central Government comes up with a “door-to-door vaccination policy,” State will implement it. Senior Advocate Anil Sakhare also cited the lack of vaccines. “We are very disappointed by your stand. We are aghast to know that the Bombay Municipal Corporation has succumbed to the pressure. If there is a lack of vaccine, you will stop vaccination for all? Why this selective vaccination?” During the hearing, Advocate Kapadia said BMC’s affidavit is disheartening. She said that Berhampur (Odisha) has started door-to-door vaccination for senior citizens and disabled despite no policy by the Centre and it was going very smoothly. However, Justice Kulkarni pointed out that it was stopped today because the Centre didn’t give its nod. CoWIN Registration Problems PIL The bench cited the experience of a young lawyer’s father who was given an appointment between 9-11am for vaccination but finally managed to get inoculated only at 4pm. “There have been other instances where people have had appointments and have been asked to go back as the vaccines were not there. “Instead of people chasing the vaccine, you should chase people and get them vaccinated. You will make them stand in queue and make them Covid positive. You should reach out to people,” the Chief Justice observed. However, Singh said there was a misunderstanding, and this was not the Centre’s fault. He read the Centre’s press note to say they have asked States and UTs to prepare a list of places for vaccination till June 2021 and publish a calender in advance. “We have issued advisories, given the details with timelines for two weeks in advance.” The Court will now hear the matters on June 2. 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