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Potentiality Of Acquired Land Has To Be Taken Into Consideration To Determine Market Value: Supreme Court

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first_imgNews UpdatesPotentiality Of Acquired Land Has To Be Taken Into Consideration To Determine Market Value: Supreme Court LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK24 March 2021 9:34 PMShare This – xThe Supreme Court observed that potentiality of the acquired land is one of the primary factors to be taken into consideration to determine the market value of the land.The question whether a land has potential value or not primarily depends upon its condition, situation, use to which it is put or its reasonable capability of being put and also its proximity to residential, commercial…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 observed that potentiality of the acquired land is one of the primary factors to be taken into consideration to determine the market value of the land.The question whether a land has potential value or not primarily depends upon its condition, situation, use to which it is put or its reasonable capability of being put and also its proximity to residential, commercial or industrial areas/institutions, the bench comprising Justices UU Lalit, Hemant Gupta and S. Ravindra Bhat observed while allowing the appeals filed by Uttar Pradesh Awas Evam Vikas Parishad against enhancement of compensation by the Allahabad High Court to land owners of the acquired lands in some villages in the State. The acquisition relates to a notification dated 26.06.1982 by the Parishad under Section 28 of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894, to acquire 1229.914 acres of land.The court said that the methods of valuation to be adopted to ascertain the market value of land on the date of the notification under Section 4(1) of the Land Acquisition Act, 193 are: (i) opinion of experts, (ii) the price paid within a reasonable time in bona fide transactions of purchase of the lands acquired or the lands adjacent to the lands acquired and possessing similar advantages; and (iii) a number of years’ purchase of the actual or immediately prospective profits of the lands acquired.  The acid test which the court should always adopt in determining the market value in matters of compulsory acquisition is to eschew feats of imagination and sit in the armchair of a prudent willing purchaser, the bench observed. The bench said: The potentiality of the acquired land is one of the primary factors to be taken into consideration to determine the market value of the land. Potentiality refers to the capacity or possibility for changing or developing into the state of actuality. The market value of a property has to be determined while having due regard to its existing conditions with all the existing advantages and its potential possibility when led out in its most advantageous manner. The question whether a land has potential value or not primarily depends upon its condition, situation, use to which it is put or its reasonable capability of being put and also its proximity to residential, commercial or industrial areas/institutions. The existing amenities like water, electricity as well as the possibility of their further extension, for instance whether near about town is developing or has prospects of development have to be taken into consideration. It also depends upon the connectivity and the overall development of the area.The bench observed that the record in the present matter does not suggest that there were large scale development activities and that the evidence is rather of sale of small areas. “There is nothing on record as to when the industrial units were set up and what was the cost of land. Furthermore, there are no sale instances of land situated in Village Makanpur prior to date of 23 notification i.e. 26.6.1982.”, the court said.The court also observed that the land owners have not produced any other sale deed or award of compensation on account of acquisition of land in the northern side of National Highway-24 prior to notification. The court also observed that the compensation determined on the basis of a notification five years later cannot be a yardstick for determining compensation of the land which is subject matter of present acquisition years earlier.Allowing the appeal, the bench said that there is no justification of enhancement of compensation awarded by the Reference Court i.e. Rs.120/- per square yard.Case: U.P. Awas Evam Vikash Parishad Vs Asha Ram (D) Thr. Lrs  [CA  337 OF 2021]Coram: Justices UU Lalit, Hemant Gupta and S. Ravindra BhatCitation: LL 2021 SC 180Click here to Read/Download 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

US Defense Secretary Sending More Ships To Haiti

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first_imgBy Dialogo January 20, 2010 U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said in India Wednesday the port-clearing ship will help remove debris that has prevented larger ships with food and other vital supplies from making deliveries to help those affected by last week’s powerful earthquake. His comments come as U.S. military steps up its presence in Haiti On Tuesday, U.S. helicopters landed on the grounds of the shattered presidential palace to deploy troops and aid supplies in Port-au-Prince. Later Wednesday, a U.S. Navy hospital ship equipped with 1,000 beds is expected to arrive. Two critically injured boys were airlifted to the ship late Tuesday for emergency surgery. In New York, the U.N. Security Council agreed to add 2,000 troops and 1,500 more police to the thousands of U.N. forces already in Haiti. U.N. peacekeeping chief Alain Le Roy said the extra troops will be used to protect humanitarian convoys. Teams from all over the world have come to Haiti to provide assistance after last week’s 7.0 magnitude earthquake. But efforts to distribute aid have been hampered by numerous problems, including blocked roads, bureaucratic confusion and the collapse of local authority. U.N. officials say despite the problems, progress is being made. Search and rescue teams from several countries have freed 90 people buried under collapsed buildings, including an elderly woman on Tuesday who was trapped under rubble for a full week. Officials estimate the earthquake killed about 200,000 people and affected an estimated three million — about a third of Haiti’s population. Haitian authorities said 75,000 have been buried in mass graves. The U.S. State Department says Haitians who need emergency help inside the country can send a text message with their needs and their location to the number “4636.” That message will be passed on to aid organizations that can respond, or give directions to the nearest aid distribution points. The service currently only works with the Digicel mobile phone service. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will travel to Montreal, Canada Monday for meetings to prepare for an upcoming donor’s conference to raise money for Haiti.last_img read more

Men’s basketball: No. 5 Wisconsin looks to rebound against Michigan State

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first_imgThe fifth-ranked University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team is in a position it’s only found itself in two other times this season: having to bounce back from a loss.Tuesday night in College Park, Maryland, No. 5 UW (25-3, 13-2 Big Ten) fell to No. 14 Maryland 59-53, snapping its 10-game winning streak while putting its aspirations of clinching at least a share of the Big Ten regular season title on hold.Wisconsin battled back from an 11-point halftime deficit in the second half to tie the game at 47 with six minutes and 43 seconds left after sophomore guard Bronson Koenig hit a three. But after that, the Badgers went just 1 of 10 to finish the game.The Badgers struggled on offense Tuesday night overall, shooting just 29.6 percent in the first half and only 38.5 percent for the game. Wisconsin could not find its rhythm from beyond the arc either, going just 6-for-22 (27.3 percent) from three.Maryland’s dominant backcourt duo of Melo Trimble and Dez Wells combined to score 42 of the Terrapin’s 59 points Tuesday night. Trimble and Wells scored 16 of Maryland’s final 18 points to close out the game.Amid a multitude of travel problems, Wisconsin returned to Madison Wednesday afternoon, still with its sights set on clinching the school’s first Big Ten regular season championship since 2008.The next chance the Badgers will have to clinch the title will come Sunday afternoon against Michigan State.The Spartans (19-9, 10-5 Big Ten) currently sit a half game behind Maryland for second place in the Big Ten standings and two-and-a-half games behind first place Wisconsin.Michigan State has won six of its last seven games — with three of its last four wins coming on the road — after starting conference play just 4-3. The Spartans will host Minnesota Thursday night in East Lansing before traveling to Madison for Sunday’s game.Offensively, Michigan State averages 71.9 points per game which is good for fourth-best in the Big Ten. The Spartans have three players averaging over 12 points: Denzel Valentine (14.4), Travis Trice (13.9) and Branden Dawson (12.4). Dawson, a 6-foot-6 guard-forward, also averages a conference-high 10 rebounds per game and is the only player in the Big Ten averaging a double-double.Michigan State will provide the Badgers with a tough test on the defensive end. The Spartans’ defense is first in the Big Ten in field goal percentage (.384), three-point field goal percentage (.297) and second in scoring (61.1). Michigan is also at the top of the conference in rebounding, hauling in a conference-best 38.6 rebounds with a plus 8.2 rebounding margin.After shooting just 38.5 percent against Maryland, the Badgers have now shot below 40 percent as a team in four of their last six games dating back to the game against Northwestern on Feb. 7. Prior to that six-game stretch of poor shooting, Wisconsin shot below 40 percent as a team just once in the team’s first 21 games. That one time came in a grind-it-out 49-38 win over instate-rival Marquette more than two months ago.With a win Sunday, the Badgers would clinch a share of the Big Ten regular season title for the 18th time in program history and the fourth under head coach Bo Ryan. If UW can win two of its final three regular season games, it will win the conference title outright.Wisconsin and Michigan State will tip off at 3 p.m. Sunday from the Kohl Center. The game will be televised nationally on CBS.Update: Michigan State was defeated by Minnesota 96-90 in overtime Thursday night. Valentine had 27 points and seven rebounds to lead the Spartans. Michigan State is now in fourth place in the Big Ten.Wisconsin (25-3, 13-2 Big Ten)Big Ten: 13-2, 1st place, 2.5 games ahead of MarylandLast Game: Lost to Maryland on the road, 59-53Probable Starters: G – Bronson Koenig (6-4, 7.7 ppg), G – Josh Gasser (6-4, 7.0 ppg), F – Sam Dekker (6-9, 13.1 ppg), F – Nigel Hayes (6-8, 12.1 ppg), F – Frank Kaminsky (7-0, 17.7 ppg)Key Reserves: G – Zak Showalter, F – Duje Dukan, F – Vitto BrownMichigan State (19-9, 10-5 Big Ten)Big Ten: 10-5, 4th place, one game behind second-place Purdue and Maryland, three games behind WisconsinLast Game: Defeated by Minnesota at home in overtime, 96-90Probable Starters: G – Denzel Valentine, G – Bryn Forbes, G – Lourawls Nairn Jr., F – Gavin Schilling, F – Branden DawsonKey Reserves: G – Travis Trice, F – Matt CostelloGame VitalsWho – No. 5 Wisconsin vs. Michigan StateWhen – Sunday, March 1, 3 p.m.Where – Kohl Center (17,230); Madison, WisconsinTV – CBSlast_img read more

Stephen and Ayesha Curry’s 13-month-old son tells ‘haters’ to go ‘bye’

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first_imgCanon Curry may only be 13 months old, but he’s learning what has become a specialty of his famous parents, Stephen and Ayesha Curry: how to go on social media and clap back at “haters.”In a video posted to Ayesha Curry’s Instagram account, Canon squealed “bye” when his mother asked, “What do we say to haters?”The celebrity chef and restaurateur wrote to her 6 million followers in a caption, “He get it from his daddy.” Ayesha Curry added, “I love my boyssss!!!!”The Golden State Warriors …last_img

More colour added to London’s Alive with Possibility taxis

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first_imgThe International Marketing Council of South Africa (IMC) has embarked on an ambitious campaign to raise awareness about the country in the British capital.The campaign is an extension of last year’s branding exercise, which saw ten taxis branded with the “South Africa: Alive with Possibility” logos and each given mind-opening headlines about South Africa. This time around, the ten additional taxis are more colourful and resplendent in colours of the South African flag.London commuters now have a colourful alternative to the traditional black taxis.The sassy vehicles with lively slogans on the side are bound to catch eyes on the streets of London.On the sides of the vehicles are positive messages about South Africa, including – “South Africa: gateway to 800 million opportunities”One of the objectives of the campaign is to redress international perceptions by communicating South African achievements in a compelling manner. Another aim is to persuade people of the world to perceive South Africans as ingenious – always finding new ways of doing things and that they develop new, fresh and practical solutions to their challenges. The messaging on the taxi highlights South African gains in the fields of infrastructure, government stability, economic development, business efficiency and tourism.This campaign is part of a global outreach campaign by the IMC to raise awareness on South Africa’s status as place to do business with. It comes on the back of a successful Branding and Investment Mission to Europe, including London, in June where leading business minds were engaged with South African business leaders on various investment and business initiatives.IMC Marketing Director Kheepe Moremi says: “There has been unprecedented praise for the Alive with Possibility initiative in London. In line with our new corporate identity we have boldly incorporated the beautiful colours of the South African flag, ensuring that we drive the message home in a compelling manner.”IMC Country Manager for the UK John Battersby says: “London is the financial capital of the world. Without a doubt, South Africa is being noticed in London for all the work that is going into sustaining our economic growth and the taxis will enhance our overall efforts into the global thrust.”This is part of the IMC’s initiative of engaging with thought leaders and influencers in different touch points, be it at home — through global television and print campaigns –, or out of home, using taxis, airport advertising and branding missions.Currently, the IMC has campaigns running in The Economist Magazine (advertising), CNBC Europe (vignette) and Heathrow Airport (on the Heathrow Express and the respective platforms).last_img read more

The 2016 Oscar Roundtables Are Better Than Film School

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first_imgWriter RoundtableThe 2016 Writer Roundtable features Aaron Sorkin (Steve Jobs), Amy Schumer (Trainwreck), Emma Donoghue (Room), Tom McCarthy (Spotlight), Meg LeFauve (Inside Out), and Nick Hornby (Brooklyn).The cover their biggest failures, the lack of female protagonists, and the difficultly of writing characters based on actual people. Cinematographer Roundtable This years Cinematographer Roundtable features the legendary Robert Richardson (Best Cinematography Nominee – The Hateful Eight), Masanobu Takayanagi (Spotlight), Alwin H. Küchler (Steve Jobs), Danny Cohen (Room), Mandy Walker (Truth), and Linus Sandgren (Joy). These must-watch interviews offer great insight for every filmmaker. Learn about the art and current state of the film industry from The Hollywood Reporter’s 2016 Oscar roundtables.All images via The Hollywood ReporterIt’s that exciting time of year for filmmakers — the build up to the Academy Awards. That means it’s time for the always awesome filmmaker roundtables from The Hollywood Reporter.This year features many well-known directors, cinematographers, producers, animators, writers, and more. Together they sit around and talk about all things related to filmmaking, from their own processes to their influences. Let’s take a look at what these filmmakers had to say about the current state of the film industry.Director RoundtableThis year, the Oscars are full of nominations for films like The Revenant and The Martian. The 2016 Director Roundtable features Alejandro González Iñárritu (Best Director Nominee – The Revenant), Quentin Tarantino (The Hateful Eight), Ridley Scott (The Martian), Tom Hooper (The Danish Girl), Danny Boyle (Steve Jobs), and David O. Russell (Joy).Tarantino shares his thoughts on the theater-going experience and Iñárritu shares his belief that all the best indie filmmakers are moving to television. All the directors agree that 2015 was a great year for film, and this roundtable will absolutely suck you in from the beginning. Producer RoundtableProducers Ice Cube (Straight Outta Compton), Stacy Sher (The Hateful Eight), Steve Golin (The Revenant, Spotlight), Simon Kinberg (The Martian), Christine Vachon (Carol) and Scott Cooper (Black Mass) meet in this edition of the Producer Roundtable.The producers cover the struggle of becoming a powerful female in Hollywood, finding the right directors to work with, and the legal problems of producing biopics. Animator RoundtableThe Animator Roundtable features the incredibly talented directors, writers, and animators Pete Docter (Inside Out), Steve Martino (The Peanuts Movie), Roger Allers (The Prophet), Peter Sohn (The Good Dinosaur), Charlie Kaufman (Anomalisa), Richard Starzak (Shaun the Sheep Movie).They cover all sorts of animation, from computer animation to claymation puppets, working with actors in different cities at different times, and the difficult long process of bringing an animated film to fruition. Like always, these roundtables offer so much great material for any filmmaker to learn from. What were your favorite takeaways? Let us know in the comments below.last_img read more

BAHAMAS NO DUMPING Signage Placed at NewlyCleared Vacant Lots in OvertheHill

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first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, February 22, 2018 – Nassau – The Over-the-Hill Community Development Partnership Initiative has  completed its bulk-waste removal and clean-up campaign in Bain & Grant’s Town and Centreville.  The initiative is now in the process of placing signage on several of the vacant lots that were cleared as part of project.Signs like the one pictured were placed at Fritz Lane, Thompson Lane, and Strachan Corner on Wednesday, February 21, 2018.(BIS Photos/Raymond A. Bethel, Sr.) Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:last_img

The quality is there to be seen Steven Fletcher

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first_imgThe Sheffield Wednesday striker believes the Scotland national team can do well in what’s left of the UEFA Nations League campaignThe Scotland national team is fighting as hard as they can to get promoted from the UEFA Nations League C to the B.They are currently sitting in second place of Group 1, tied with Israel in points but with the Israelis winning on head-to-head points.This is why is very important for the Scottish to beat Israel in the next fixture on November 20th.And for striker Steven Fletcher, the quality is there to succeed.“It is a young energetic squad; the quality is there to be seen,” he told the BBC.ScotlandScotland needs a hero: Billy Dodds Manuel R. Medina – September 10, 2019 According to former striker, Billy Dodds his country needs a hero to inspire future generations as the team’s hope to qualify to the EURO 2020 is small.“You don’t understand how good players are until you train with them. You see how high the tempo is, and it’s good.”“It’s nice to be back with these boys,” said the 31-year-old.“They’ve got a good group of young talent there. It’s nice just to be part of it.”“For the young lads, it was a professional performance by them,” he explained.“They [Albania] went down to 10 men early and sometimes that can work in their favor and not in ours, but we did well, we kept the ball, and when I came off it was good to just sit back and watch them passing the ball about; they were very good.”last_img read more

San Diego International Airport to relocate cell phone waiting lot

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first_img Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The San Diego International Airport will relocate its cell phone waiting lot Monday to support ongoing airport renovations.The lot is being moved slightly northwest of its current location adjacent to Harbor Drive, putting it closer to both Terminal 1 and Liberator Way. The airport announced the relocation on Friday.The cell phone lot allows motorists to park for free for up to an hour while they wait for their family, friends or loved ones to land at the airport. The lot’s new location includes 85 spaces, the same as the lot’s former location, according to the airport.The relocation is one of multiple parking changes the airport has made in recent months to accommodate changes and improvements. In December, the airport converted the Pacific Highway Economy parking lot into employee parking after construction of a stormwater filtration system forced the closure of the old employee parking lot at the runway’s south end.The airport can currently accommodate roughly 8,000 vehicles in its four parking lots in addition to the cell phone lot. Travelers can learn more about airport parking and make parking space reservations at san.org/parking. KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, Posted: June 24, 2019 San Diego International Airport to relocate cell phone waiting lot June 24, 2019last_img read more