Family members – Hilpers http://hilpers.org/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 13:10:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://hilpers.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/cropped-icon-32x32.png Family members – Hilpers http://hilpers.org/ 32 32 Four family members killed in three shootings in Saginaw since 2013 https://hilpers.org/four-family-members-killed-in-three-shootings-in-saginaw-since-2013/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 17:57:00 +0000 https://hilpers.org/four-family-members-killed-in-three-shootings-in-saginaw-since-2013/ SAGINAW, MI – Larney L. “Kendrick” Boyd would give people the shirt off his back if someone was in need, a cousin says of the 42-year-old Saginaw man who was shot and killed early of the month. “He was such a caring person,” said Shaquita Bowdery, Boyd’s cousin. “He would never hurt anyone.” At approximately […]]]>

SAGINAW, MI – Larney L. “Kendrick” Boyd would give people the shirt off his back if someone was in need, a cousin says of the 42-year-old Saginaw man who was shot and killed early of the month.

“He was such a caring person,” said Shaquita Bowdery, Boyd’s cousin. “He would never hurt anyone.”

At approximately 10:23 p.m. on September 13, police responded to a reported shooting at a residence at 612 S. Charles. They arrived to find Boyd suffering from at least one gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Earlier this week, Saginaw County District Judge Elian EH Fichtner indicted Boyd’s cousin, Keywan K. Toliver, 42, for open-air and felony firearm murder in connection with the murder. .

Bowdery said Boyd, who lived with his sister in Saginaw, was visiting the home where he was found shot dead.

His death marked the latest tragedy for Boyd’s immediate family, she said. Boyd’s parents and younger brother died in Saginaw from gunshot wounds in the past decade.

“We still mourn their deaths,” Bowdery said, “and now this. It’s heartbreaking.

Boyd’s parents, Brenda Renee Boyd-Johnson and Larney Kim Johnson, were shot and killed in November 2019 at their home in the 900 block of South 17th. They had been married for over 40 years.

Their youngest son, Lamarkas Boyd, was shot and killed in May 2013 on a sidewalk in North Woodbridge near Hayes.

With the death of Larney Boyd, two sisters remain from a circle of four siblings.

But Boyd “was like a brother” to Bowdery. Although not a father, Boyd acted as a father figure to several younger nieces, nephews and cousins.

“He was very fond of them,” Bowdery said of the Saginaw High School graduate.

She said Boyd enjoys playing basketball and freestyle rapping. He modeled his musical style on that of Nas, his favorite performer, she said.

Bowdery said she last saw Boyd two weeks before he died.

“Every time I saw my cousin, he said to me, ‘You are so beautiful; you are a queen,” Bowdery said.

She said the family has yet to finalize funeral plans for Boyd, who would have turned 43 on November 30.

They created a GoFundMe page to raise money for funeral expenses. While the original goal was $4,000, Bowdery said the family has since learned the costs will be closer to $8,000. As of Thursday, September 22, over $800 has been raised for the cause.

Supporters can also send donations for funeral expenses to Paradise Funeral Home, 3100 S. Washington in Saginaw, Bowdery said.

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Listed company Lian Beng refuses to disclose how much family members are paid, Money News https://hilpers.org/listed-company-lian-beng-refuses-to-disclose-how-much-family-members-are-paid-money-news/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 04:55:22 +0000 https://hilpers.org/listed-company-lian-beng-refuses-to-disclose-how-much-family-members-are-paid-money-news/ LIAN Beng Group has rejected a request from regulators for the company to disclose compensation for employees named as family members of a director, chief executive or significant shareholder, citing potential impact on the group’s ability attract and retain key and middle managers. Talent. The Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) had asked the construction group and […]]]>

LIAN Beng Group has rejected a request from regulators for the company to disclose compensation for employees named as family members of a director, chief executive or significant shareholder, citing potential impact on the group’s ability attract and retain key and middle managers. Talent.

The Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) had asked the construction group and property developer to detail the responsibilities of 5 employees and state their compensation in increments of $100,000 with the upper limit disclosed.

SGX, which is tough on its stance on compensation disclosure, said if the company refuses, it should provide a solid explanation as to why disclosure would not be in its best interests.

In response to the question, Lian Beng: L03 -0.93% said he would not disclose the compensation of Ong Sui Hui (senior contracts manager), Ong Lee Yap (purchasing director), Ong Phang Hoo ( project manager) and Ong Phang Hui (factory and machinery manager).

These employees have been with the company since the 1990s, with the exception of Ong Lee Yap, who started in 1988.

Lian Beng said the disclosure could lead to challenges in a highly competitive business environment with a limited talent pool.

“This may encourage inappropriate peer comparison and give competitors an opportunity to use the information to their advantage,” Lian Beng said in a stock market filing Tuesday, September 20. “The information is therefore treated as sensitive and confidential to ensure stability and business continuity.”

The latest employee, Ong Eng Keong, is executive director and general manager of SLB Development, a Catalist-listed subsidiary of Lian Beng. Lian Beng said Ong’s compensation package is not subject to group approval, but is instead approved by SLB’s compensation committee and board. His compensation was disclosed in SLB’s FY2022 annual report.

In a bid to raise corporate governance standards, the Singapore Exchange Regulation said on September 13 that it plans to require companies to disclose exactly how much they pay their CEOs and directors.

Only 35% of companies disclosed directors’ compensation in dollar value, and only 18% did so for their CEOs. The majority of companies disclosed compensation in salary bands.

Shares of Lian Beng traded at $0.54 on Tuesday.

This article first appeared in The Business Times.

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Queen Elizabeth’s funeral begins with a procession of members of the Royal Family to Westminster Abbey https://hilpers.org/queen-elizabeths-funeral-begins-with-a-procession-of-members-of-the-royal-family-to-westminster-abbey/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 09:49:48 +0000 https://hilpers.org/queen-elizabeths-funeral-begins-with-a-procession-of-members-of-the-royal-family-to-westminster-abbey/ Queen Elizabeth is honored for her life of service. The historic monarch’s state funeral began at 11 a.m. local time at Westminster Abbey in London. The Queen’s time in state ended earlier in the morning, with the very last members of the public ushered into Westminster Hall around 6.30am. The State Gun Carriage carries the […]]]>

Queen Elizabeth is honored for her life of service.

The historic monarch’s state funeral began at 11 a.m. local time at Westminster Abbey in London. The Queen’s time in state ended earlier in the morning, with the very last members of the public ushered into Westminster Hall around 6.30am.

The State Gun Carriage carries the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II, draped in the Royal Standard with the Imperial State Crown and the Sovereign’s Orb and Scepter, during the ceremonial procession at her state funeral at the Westminster Abbey, London. Picture date: Monday, September 19, 2022. (Photo by Peter Byrne/PA Images via Getty Images)

Peter Byrne/PA Images via Getty Queen Elizabeth’s funeral

When the coffin emerged from Westminster Hall, it was draped with the Royal Standard, on which rested the Imperial Crown of State, orb and scepter with a crown of flowers chosen by King Charles III. The wreath included flowers and foliage cut from the gardens of Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Charles’ country home at Highgrove House.

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Rosemary was included for remembrance along with myrtle, the symbol of a happy marriage, cut from a plant that grew from a sprig of myrtle in the Queen’s wedding bouquet in 1947.

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The pedunculate oak, which symbolizes the strength of love, was there alongside fragrant pelargoniums: garden roses, autumn hydrangeas, sedum, dahlias and scabious in shades of gold, pink and deep burgundy with touches white to match the Royal Standard.

Reflecting Charles’ commitment to the environment, the wreath has been sustainably crafted, in a nest of English moss and oak branches and without the use of floral foam.

There was also a note on the coffin, believed to be from King Charles. (At Prince Philip’s funeral last year, there was a handwritten note from Queen Elizabeth to her husband.)

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His coffin was processed on the Royal Navy’s State Gun Carriage from the Medieval Hall to Westminster Abbey. His son and successor, King Charles, walked behind the coffin along with other members of the royal family.

More than 2,000 people, including world leaders and foreign royals, watched as the coffin was carried down the same aisle that Queen Elizabeth walked to marry Prince Philip nearly 76 years before.

The funeral service will be led by David Hoyle, Dean of Westminster, with readings from Prime Minister Liz Truss and Patricia Scotland, Commonwealth Secretary General. Prayers will be recited by the Archbishop of York, the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland and the Moderator of the Free Churches.

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MARCO BERTORELLO/AFP via Getty Images Prince William and Prince Harry

Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, will deliver the sermon and commendation, followed by a benediction from the Dean of Windsor.

Five minutes before noon, the Last Post (the traditional British infantry bugle call, honoring the dead) was played, and a two-minute silence was observed both in Westminster Abbey and throughout the United Kingdom.

Afterwards, the congregation sang the national anthem – now “God Save the King” – as the service officially ends at 12 p.m.

TOPSHOT - Britain's King Charles III, Britain's Princess Anne, The Princess Royal, Britain's Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Britain's Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex arrive at the Westminster Abbey in London on September 19, 2022 for the State Funeral Service of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II.  - World leaders will attend the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.  The country's longest-serving monarch, who died aged 96 after 70 years on the throne, will be honored with a state funeral Monday morning at Westminster Abbey.  (Photo by Marco BERTORELLO/AFP) (Photo by MARCO BERTORELLO/AFP via Getty Images)

TOPSHOT – Britain’s King Charles III, Britain’s Princess Anne, The Princess Royal, Britain’s Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Britain’s Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex arrive at the Westminster Abbey in London on September 19, 2022 for the State Funeral Service of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II. – World leaders will attend the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. The country’s longest-serving monarch, who died aged 96 after 70 years on the throne, will be honored with a state funeral Monday morning at Westminster Abbey. (Photo by Marco BERTORELLO/AFP) (Photo by MARCO BERTORELLO/AFP via Getty Images)

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Her Majesty’s coffin passed through Westminster again and was returned to the State Gun Carriage, to be transported to Wellington’s Arch in Hyde Park. His family will follow for the 1 ½ mile journey, escorted by detachments of the Commonwealth Armed Forces.

During the dark march, the King’s Troop fired shots into Hyde Park and Big Ben rang.

At Wellington Arch (the original entrance to Buckingham Palace) the coffin will be moved into the State Hearse. The car will drive one hour west to Windsor Castle, where the Queen will be buried in St. George’s Chapel.

September 19, 2022, London, United Kingdom: File photo dated 14/09/22 of police officers in the shopping center in central London.  The day of the Queen's funeral marks the culmination of what is believed to be the biggest security operation the UK has ever seen.  Huge crowds, royalty and a long list of world leaders and other dignitaries will all need to be protected in the mammoth job facing thousands of police officers.  (Credit Image: © Victoria Jones/PA Wire via ZUMA Press)

September 19, 2022, London, United Kingdom: File photo dated 14/09/22 of police officers in the shopping center in central London. The day of the Queen’s funeral marks the culmination of what is believed to be the biggest security operation the UK has ever seen. Huge crowds, royalty and a long list of world leaders and other dignitaries will all need to be protected in the mammoth job facing thousands of police officers. (Credit Image: © Victoria Jones/PA Wire via ZUMA Press)

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As the hearse took off, bound for Her Majesty’s final resting place, the parade gave a royal salute and “God Save the King” played again.

King Charles and his family then drove to Windsor, where the Queen will be buried privately at St George’s Chapel this evening after a Committal Service.

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National society IFA Continuum warns that those looking to help family members with the rising cost of continuing education should plan ahead to avoid tax pitfalls. https://hilpers.org/national-society-ifa-continuum-warns-that-those-looking-to-help-family-members-with-the-rising-cost-of-continuing-education-should-plan-ahead-to-avoid-tax-pitfalls/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 08:00:12 +0000 https://hilpers.org/national-society-ifa-continuum-warns-that-those-looking-to-help-family-members-with-the-rising-cost-of-continuing-education-should-plan-ahead-to-avoid-tax-pitfalls/ As universities return across the UK, more UK investors are funding the continuing education of future generations than ever before. National society IFA Continuum warns that those looking to help family members with the rising cost of continuing education should plan ahead to avoid tax pitfalls. The latest data released by the House of Commons […]]]>

As universities return across the UK, more UK investors are funding the continuing education of future generations than ever before. National society IFA Continuum warns that those looking to help family members with the rising cost of continuing education should plan ahead to avoid tax pitfalls.

The latest data released by the House of Commons on student loans in July showed that currently nearly £20billion is on loan to around 1.5million higher education students each year, with average debt among borrowers who started their course in 2021/22 reaching £45,800 per hour their course ends.

As the cost of continuing education and student debt rise, many older family members are prioritizing funding for their children’s and grandchildren’s continuing education to give them a boost on the journey. career they have chosen.

However, according to national society IFA Continuum, it is important for those looking to help fund further education for younger generations that they make sure to plan ahead, consider the impact on their own finances and to ensure that they choose the most appropriate investments while avoiding any tax trap.

Ben Alcock, Certified Financial Planner at Continuum, said: “The current cost of living crisis may make the future uncertain for younger generations. But the outlook doesn’t have to be bleak.

“If they could be supported by their parents or grandparents to meet the initial challenges of funding continuing education, the next generation may still be able to look forward to security and prosperity in the career of their choice. .

“The good news is that with careful investment, even relatively small sums can make a difference to their future, especially when planning ahead.

“The first step is to get your own finances in order, then when you know what reserve resources you need to call on, you can start planning how best to use them.”

There are several different avenues through which older generations can help finance the further education of their children and grandchildren.

An ISA could provide a simple way to invest, with all the profits going to them rather than the taxman, and would offer flexibility in when and how the funds are used to help fund the cost of education superior.

A Junior ISA allows you to invest on their behalf. Parents or guardians with parental responsibility can open a Junior ISA and manage the account, but the money belongs to the child.

The child can take control of the account when they turn 16, but cannot withdraw the money until they turn 18. Anyone can contribute in each tax year to the annual allowance, which for 2022/23 is £9,000.

Traditional savings accounts can also be a simple way to save for the education of future generations. However, in today’s economic climate, even with preferential rates, they don’t pay much more than a piggy bank.

As the Bank of England continues to raise interest rates, allowing high street savings providers to raise the rates they offer, they are still unlikely to compare with the loss of power d purchase caused by inflation.

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Which royals will Queen Elizabeth be buried next to? https://hilpers.org/which-royals-will-queen-elizabeth-be-buried-next-to/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 22:51:00 +0000 https://hilpers.org/which-royals-will-queen-elizabeth-be-buried-next-to/ Dan Kitwood/Getty Images After 11 days of official mourning, the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, who died on September 8, will take place on Monday. As The New York Times reported, her coffin will leave Westminster Hall, where she was laid in state for a public procession between Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square along The […]]]>

After 11 days of official mourning, the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, who died on September 8, will take place on Monday. As The New York Times reported, her coffin will leave Westminster Hall, where she was laid in state for a public procession between Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square along The Mall. From there, he will be taken to Windsor Castle, the place of his burial.

Queen Elizabeth II will be laid to rest in the King George VI Memorial Chapel, part of St George’s Chapel, per Town & Country. She will be buried with her parents, King George VI, who died in 1952 aged 56, and Elizabeth the Queen Mother, who died aged 101 in 2002. She will also be with the ashes of her younger sister, Princess Margaret . , who died in 2002 at age 71, via National World.

Queen Elizabeth II’s late husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, died in 2021 and his coffin was placed in the Royal Vault of St George’s Chapel. The National Post explained: “Under burial protocols drawn up decades in advance, the plan was still to bury Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip together. And whoever died first would have their coffin temporarily stored in the rarely seen Royal Vault.” He will be moved to join the Queen some time after her burial.

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As family members mourn the death of a teenager shot dead in Thibodaux, another arrest is made in his case https://hilpers.org/as-family-members-mourn-the-death-of-a-teenager-shot-dead-in-thibodaux-another-arrest-is-made-in-his-case/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 03:24:30 +0000 https://hilpers.org/as-family-members-mourn-the-death-of-a-teenager-shot-dead-in-thibodaux-another-arrest-is-made-in-his-case/ SCHRIEVER, La. (WGNO) – As family members gathered to mourn the fatal shooting of Jairen Cole in Lafourche Parish, a second arrest has been made in connection with the teen’s death. On Wednesday, September 14, the Thibodaux Police Department announced the arrest of a 12-year-old boy in connection with the shooting. The minor was incarcerated […]]]>

SCHRIEVER, La. (WGNO) – As family members gathered to mourn the fatal shooting of Jairen Cole in Lafourche Parish, a second arrest has been made in connection with the teen’s death.

On Wednesday, September 14, the Thibodaux Police Department announced the arrest of a 12-year-old boy in connection with the shooting. The minor was incarcerated at the Lafourche Parish Juvenile Justice Center on a single count of second degree murder.

Cole’s death occurred days before when police were called to the 1700 block of South Barbier Avenue in Thibodaux. There they found the 15-year-old shot several times in the back. He died en route to the University Medical Center.

Friends and family members held a vigil at Cole’s father’s home in Schriever to celebrate his life on Wednesday night. They told WGNO’s Anna McAllister that they were devastated by Jairen’s murder and were asking local parents to step in and help stop the violence.

“I just wish I had another chance to say ‘I love you’ and I don’t have that chance,” said Frank Cole, Jairen’s father.

“I felt like I was dreaming,” added Trinity Cole, Jairen’s cousin. “I couldn’t believe it at first. I mean, when I first processed it, I was like, “Okay, this is real” and I cried a lot.

The 12-year-old is the second person to be taken into custody following the arrest of a 15-year-old on Tuesday. Cole’s family say he has argued with the other 15-year-old in the past and say he was unarmed during the shooting, but was with the wrong mob.

“It’s not his crowd, so it was really really shocking for this to happen. He was victimized by the streets when the streets weren’t for him, the streets aren’t him,” said Shayla Cole, Jairen’s sister.

Cole’s family remembers him as a prankster and an outgoing young man who would do anything for his family.

“Very sociable, energetic. very, very loving too,” Shayla Cole said.

Instead of looking forward to his 16th birthday, prom, and graduation, Cole’s family plans his funeral. It’s a void they say they will always feel, and his family is pleading with parents to get more involved in their children’s lives before tragedy knocks on their door.

“I mean, they are children. they don’t know what they’re doing,” Frank Cole said. “Parents need to take more control. Parents, parents need to be more involved, and that can stop stuff like that.

Jairen leaves behind his parents and many brothers and sisters who loved him very much. He will be buried this Friday in Napoléonville.

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Rhoden family members describe bloody crime scene at Wagner trial https://hilpers.org/rhoden-family-members-describe-bloody-crime-scene-at-wagner-trial/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 20:28:06 +0000 https://hilpers.org/rhoden-family-members-describe-bloody-crime-scene-at-wagner-trial/ WAVERLY, Ohio (WCMH) – In Pike County, the first witnesses in the George Wagner IV murder trial took the stand on Tuesday, one of whom described the scene he found when he is returned to his murdered sister. The jury heard testimony from a handful of witnesses, mostly relatives of the Rhoden family, as testimony […]]]>

WAVERLY, Ohio (WCMH) – In Pike County, the first witnesses in the George Wagner IV murder trial took the stand on Tuesday, one of whom described the scene he found when he is returned to his murdered sister.

The jury heard testimony from a handful of witnesses, mostly relatives of the Rhoden family, as testimony began in the largest investigative murder case in Ohio history.

Most of these witnesses chose not to appear on camera, but recounted what they saw and heard on that tragic day six years ago.

On the first day of testimony in the Pike County Massacre trial, the jury heard from those closest to the Rhoden family.

“There is blood all over the house! Bobby Jo Manley, Dhana Rhoden’s younger sister, said in one of the April 22, 2016 911 calls. “My brother-in-law is in the bedroom, and it looks like someone beat him to death!”

Manley went to the family trailer, where she discovered her brother-in-law, Chris Rhoden Jr., dead.

Christopher Rhoden Sr., Dana Rhoden, Clarence “Frankie” Rhoden, Christopher Rhoden Jr., Hanna Rhoden, Hannah Gilley, Gary Rhoden and Kenneth Rhoden were all found dead on the morning of April 22, 2016. The Pike County Sheriff’s Office said three young children, including a baby, were found safe and sound.

Later Tuesday, James Manley, brother of Dhana Rhoden, spoke.

“Blood everywhere,” Manley testified. “It was on the body, on the bed, on the walls.”

Manley said that upon arriving at another family trailer, he found one of Rhoden’s children covered in blood, but unharmed.

“I walk up to the yard and see Frankie’s baby covered in blood,” he said.

Manley said after that he entered the trailer and found both parents of the baby dead. He then called his wife shortly after.

“That Frankie and Hanna Hazel were dead,” Manley said on that call.

Authorities say the murders stem from a custody dispute over a child Jake Wagner had with Hannah Rhoden.

The prosecution alleged that the Wagners spent months planning the massacre in retaliation for Hannah Rhoden’s refusal to grant custody of the child.

The defense, however, argued that George Wagner IV was unaware of his family’s motives and took no part in their actions.

Wagner’s younger brother Jake and his mother Angela have reached plea deals with prosecutors to avoid the death penalty and are expected to testify against him. Jake and George’s father, Billy Wagner, is still awaiting trial.

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Elgar case: Arrested activists routinely denied medical treatment, family members say https://hilpers.org/elgar-case-arrested-activists-routinely-denied-medical-treatment-family-members-say/ Sun, 11 Sep 2022 04:13:00 +0000 https://hilpers.org/elgar-case-arrested-activists-routinely-denied-medical-treatment-family-members-say/ PTI, September 11, 2022, 09:43 IST Family members of activists arrested in Elgar Parishad’s Maoist links case say they were “systematically” denied medical treatment and that activist Vernon Gonsalves’ condition was another act of “criminal negligence” by prison authorities. Gonsalves, arrested for his alleged role in the case, was recently admitted to JJ Government Hospital […]]]>

PTI, September 11, 2022, 09:43 IST

Family members of activists arrested in Elgar Parishad’s Maoist links case say they were “systematically” denied medical treatment and that activist Vernon Gonsalves’ condition was another act of “criminal negligence” by prison authorities.

Gonsalves, arrested for his alleged role in the case, was recently admitted to JJ Government Hospital in Mumbai.

According to his lawyer, the activist had been diagnosed with dengue fever and was on oxygen.

The case concerns alleged inflammatory speeches delivered at the Elgar Parishad conclave, held at Shaniwarwada in Pune on December 31, 2017, which police say sparked violence the following day near the Koregaon Bhima war memorial on the outskirts from the city.

One person was killed and several others were injured in the violence.

The case, in which more than a dozen activists and academics were named as defendants, was first investigated by Pune police and then taken up by the National Investigation Agency.

In a press note published on Saturday, family members of these arrested activists called for state intervention in the functioning of prison authorities to ensure prompt treatment for all “political prisoners”.

Citing Gonsalves’ medical condition, the press note claimed that medical treatment had been delayed and that it was another act of “criminal negligence” by authorities at Taloja Central Prison in Navi Mumbai, where he was being held.

“Gonsalves (65) had a fever on August 30, and although his condition steadily deteriorated, he was treated with just paracetamol and antibiotics in prison for almost a week. After many pleas, he was taken to JJ Hospital on September 7 and received oxygen support,” the note read.

“However, instead of continuing his treatment, he was abruptly taken back to prison where his condition continued to worsen. It was only after his lawyer and his wife, Susan Abraham, approached the court and obtained an order that prison authorities finally admitted him to the emergency room of JJ Hospital, where he is still undergoing treatment,” he said.

The press note cited the recent deaths of several prisoners on trial, including father Stan Swamy, after they were allegedly denied prompt medical attention.

“It has been just over a year since Father Stan Swamy, also accused in the Elgar case, died while still a prisoner after being denied prompt treatment following COVID-19,” he said. he declares. “Similarly, it was only very recently that we learned of the shocking news of the death of Pandu Narote, a 33-year-old Adivasi, in Nagpur Jail where he was convicted on various UAPA charges of having links with the Maoists,” the note said.

Narote’s lawyer also alleged that his death was caused by gross negligence by prison authorities, according to the memo.

Speaking about poet-activist Varavara Rao, another defendant in the case, the press note says he too was subjected to inhumane treatment in prison where he was denied proper medical care despite his age and various ailments serious.

It was only last month that he was able to obtain medical bail from the Supreme Court.

The other defendants in the case were also systematically denied medical treatment, the memo said. Their family members are demanding immediate and urgent state intervention in the running of the prisons to ensure prompt treatment for all ‘political prisoners’ such as Gautham Navlakha, Dr Hany Babu and others, says Note.

“We also demand the immediate release of political prisoners who have been languishing in prison as defendants for years. If the state is unable to guarantee their safety and security in prison, it would be better for the courts to intervene to grant bail to these political prisoners so that their precious lives are saved,” he said.

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Death of Queen Elizabeth II: these members of the royal family have taken on new titles https://hilpers.org/death-of-queen-elizabeth-ii-these-members-of-the-royal-family-have-taken-on-new-titles/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 03:35:23 +0000 https://hilpers.org/death-of-queen-elizabeth-ii-these-members-of-the-royal-family-have-taken-on-new-titles/ As Queen Elizabeth, Britain’s longest-serving monarch, died at 96, members of the royal family were given new titles. Her son, Prince Charles, immediately succeeded his mother as King of the United Kingdom. Additionally, Prince William (Queen’s grandson) Kate Middleton (wife of William) and Camilla Parker-Bowles (wife of Prince Charles) also assumed new titles. Prince Charles […]]]>

As Queen Elizabeth, Britain’s longest-serving monarch, died at 96, members of the royal family were given new titles. Her son, Prince Charles, immediately succeeded his mother as King of the United Kingdom. Additionally, Prince William (Queen’s grandson) Kate Middleton (wife of William) and Camilla Parker-Bowles (wife of Prince Charles) also assumed new titles.

Prince Charles inherited the title from his late father, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, after Philip’s death in 2021. According to the royal family, Prince Charles will now be referred to as King Charles III. And, his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall will take the title of queen consort.

Prince William and Kate Middleton have also moved on to new titles, updating their Duke and Duchess of Cambridge social media handles to include the former Cornish title of King Charles and Camilla.

It is believed that Prince William may soon be styled William, the Prince of Wales, by his father, as the title has traditionally passed to the heir to the throne.

It is currently unknown if these title changes will impact the great-grandchildren – Prince George, Prince Charlotte and Prince Louis.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will retain their titles of Duke and Duchess of Sussex after stepping back from their role as senior royals in 2020. Their children, Acrchie and Lilibet, could eventually become both prize and princess.

Meanwhile, King Charles III will broadcast to the nation and a ‘spontaneous’ memorial service will be held for the Prime Minister and a small number of ministers at St Paul’s Cathedral in London.

As the Queen died at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, her body will be transported to London on the royal train dubbed Operation Unicorn or Operation Overstudy will begin as her body will be brought back to London.

The coffin is expected to be in a state where hundreds of thousands of people are expected to converge on London to visit and pay their respects, and condolence registers will be opened online. The state funeral is scheduled at Westminster Abbey in London.

The royal family are set to release official plans for the funeral, which is due 10 days after his death on Thursday. A national mourning and a minute’s silence will be announced after Prime Minister Truss meets the new king.

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Prince William and other members of the Royal Family arrive at Balmoral to be at the Queen’s bedside – see the video https://hilpers.org/prince-william-and-other-members-of-the-royal-family-arrive-at-balmoral-to-be-at-the-queens-bedside-see-the-video/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 15:07:25 +0000 https://hilpers.org/prince-william-and-other-members-of-the-royal-family-arrive-at-balmoral-to-be-at-the-queens-bedside-see-the-video/ 08 September 2022 – 16:07 BST Eve Crosbie A plane has landed in Aberdeen carrying the Duke of Cambridge, the Duke of York and the Earl and Countess of Wessex Members of the Royal Family have arrived in Scotland to be par the Queens bedside following the news that the monarch is under […]]]>





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Members of the Royal Family have arrived in Scotland to be par the Queens bedside following the news that the monarch is under medical supervision after doctors became concerned for his health.

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Royal Air Force flight KRF23R took off from RAF Northolt in South Ruislip, west London, at 2.39pm, according to the flight tracking website. Flightradar24.com and landed at Aberdeen Airport at 3:50 p.m., about an hour’s drive from Balmoral. Several members of the royal family – including Prince William, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and his wife the Countess of Wessex – were on board.

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WATCH: Members of the Royal Family arrive at Balmoral

It is well understood that Prince Harry and Meghan MarkleDuke and Duchess of Sussex, are on their way to Balmoral separately from other members of the Royal Family, but have been coordinated with the plans of other family members.

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Meanwhile, Prince Charles and his wife, the Duchess of Conrwallalso reportedly traveled to Balmoral to be with the Queen.

The Duke of Cambridge, among other members of the Royal Family, arrived at Balmoral Castle

Earlier, Palace officials revealed the Queen was under medical supervision at Balmoral after medics worried about her health.

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A Palace spokesperson said: “Following a further assessment this morning, the Queen’s doctors are concerned for Her Majesty’s health and have recommended that she remains under medical supervision. The Queen remains comfortable and at Balmoral.”

Members of the Queen’s immediate family have been notified, with the latest announcement heightening fears for the monarch’s health. The head of state withdrew from a virtual Privy Council on Wednesday after doctors ordered him to rest.

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