News UpdatesWhy Are Appointments In District Consumer Foras Not Made In Time?, Allahabad HC Asks Govt [Read Order] Akshita Saxena18 Jun 2020 9:29 PMShare This – xThe Allahabad High Court on Tuesday issued notice on a PIL seeking timely appointment of members to the District Consumer Foras. “Learned Standing Counsel may seek instructions and file a Counter Affidavit as to why appointments of members in the District Consumer Foras were not made in time, as to what is the status of the appointments as on date or the time frame within…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 Allahabad High Court on Tuesday issued notice on a PIL seeking timely appointment of members to the District Consumer Foras. “Learned Standing Counsel may seek instructions and file a Counter Affidavit as to why appointments of members in the District Consumer Foras were not made in time, as to what is the status of the appointments as on date or the time frame within which appointments are likely to be made,” the division bench of Justice Pankaj Mithal and Justice Yashwant Varma ordered. The court was hearing a PIL filed by one Gurvinder Singh. He had submitted that most of the posts of members of the District Consumer Foras were lying vacant as fresh members had not been appointed subsequent to expiry of term of the previous members. It was therefore prayed inter alia, that all the outgoing members be permitted to function till new appointments are made. Though the court did not grant any interim relief, it directed the UP Government’s Department of Consumer Protection to file its reply within three weeks. The matter will now be taken up on July 23, 2020. The Petitioner was represented by Senior Advocate Sushil Kumar Srivastava and Advocate Chheda Lal Verma. Click Here To Download Order Read Order Next Story
Jul 5, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Jun 30 sent a warning letter to Sanofi Pasteur, Inc., about contamination in a component of Fluzone, the influenza vaccine the company is preparing for the 2006-07 season.Both the FDA and the company said they did not expect the problems to significantly limit production of the vaccine for this season. The company has said it plans to make about 50 million doses, which could be roughly half the US supply.The warning letter discusses contamination of one of the monovalent concentrates, a preparation of one of the three strains of killed flu virus used in the vaccine. The monovalent concentrates are mixed to make the trivalent vaccine, which protects against the three viral strains, the FDA said.According to the FDA, Sanofi Pasteur notified the FDA on Mar 31 about sterility failures in monovalent concentrates. The FDA inspected the company’s Swiftwater, Pa., facility from April 18 to 28 and issued a report to the company. After determining that the company’s response to the report was inadequate, the FDA issued the Jun 30 warning letter.The five-page letter describes a number of “significant deviations from current good manufacturing practices.” The letter says the company must take prompt corrective actions or risk facing enforcement steps, such as license suspension.According to a July 4 USA Today report, the FDA’s Karen Midthun said no more lots of monovalent vaccine have failed sterility testing, but “since we don’t know exactly what it was that caused the failure, we can’t know for sure if it has been corrected.” Midthun is deputy director of the FDA Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research.The failed lots of monovalent concentrate represented a small proportion of the total produced and were not used for further processing, said the FDA. The agency noted that influenza vaccine manufacturers generally produce monovalents of each strain throughout winter and spring and then assemble the final vaccine in early summer.David Johnson, director of scientific and medical affairs for Sanofi Pasteur, said the company believed that the contaminants came from organisms in the chicken eggs used to make the vaccine and that the company was quickly addressing the problem, according to USA Today.In February, Sanofi said it planned to produce about 50 million doses of Fluzone for US distribution, which would represent roughly half of the US flu vaccine supply. According to a Jul 3 Reuters report, the company said it was confident that it would supply 50 million doses in time for fall vaccinations.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said last week that vaccine manufacturers expect to make about 100 million doses of vaccine for US distribution in the upcoming fu season.After production problems with Chiron’s influenza vaccine in 2004, which led to serious vaccine shortages, the FDA instituted annual inspections of vaccine manufacturers in 2005. Following its inspection of the Sanofi Pasteur facility last year, the FDA recommended a list of corrective actions. During its recent inspection the FDA determined that some of the problems remained, along with additional concerns.
The Gold Coast’s top 10 sales last week: 22 Marine Pde, Kingscliff – $3.2 million18 Anglers Esp, Runaway Bay – $3.11 million26 Petrel Ave, Mermaid Beach – $1.83 million 2903/18 Enderley Av, Surfers Paradise – $1.75 million5705/4 The Esplanade, Surfers Paradise – $1.6 million3 Donegal Cr, Bundall – $1.6 million44/47 Broadbeach Bvd, Broadbeach – $1.6 million63 Hillview Pde, Ashmore – $1.6 million15 St Clair Ct, Maudsland – $1.59 million53 Limetree Pde, Runaway Bay – $1.55 million It has views of the ocean from most of the rooms.A Mermaid Beach home at 26 Petrel Ave was third in line, selling for $1.83 million.The CoreLogic data shows the Gold Coast has 681 houses on the market that are listed for more than $1 million and 151 units. Kingscliff’s renowned Greek restaurant, Taverna, with neighbouring classic beach house at 22 Marine Parade was the top sale last week, after fetching $3.2 million.THE top 10 property sales across the Gold Coast last week were all more than $1.5 million, according to latest CoreLogic data.Kingscliff’s renowned Greek restaurant, Taverna, with neighbouring classic beach house set the bar, selling for $3.2 million after more than two months on the market. The beach house has views of the coastline from Fingal to Kingscliff Creek.Marketing agent Nick Witheriff, of LJ Hooker Kingscliff, said a local specialist doctor bought the property at 22 Marine Parade.He said the buyer planned to move into the five bedroom two-storey home, which had sweeping views of the coastline from Fingal to Kingscliff Creek.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa18 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThey also intended to continue to lease out the building that was occupied by the popular local restaurant.“The good news for locals is that the buyers will look at securing Taverna Restaurant on a long-term lease for its customers to enjoy the fine food and beverages on offer to the area,” he said.A beachfront home at 18 Anglers Esplanade, Runaway Bay, achieved the second highest sale after fetching $3.11 million. The restaurant and beach house sit on a 911sq m block at 22 Marine Pde, Kingscliff. Inside Taverna, which is a popular Greek eatery in Kingscliff. The Mermaid Beach home at 26 Petrel Ave achieved the third highest sale. The Runaway Bay home at 18 Anglers Esplanade was the Coast’s second highest sale.
Greensburg, IN—Jarrod Burns, Superintendent of Decatur County Community School Corporation announced on Wednesday afternoon that a teacher at South Decatur Elementary School has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. Dr. Burns advises anyone that might have symptoms of the virus, please contact your medical care provider. The School says they are working with the Decatur County Health Department and have sanitized the building to standards by the CDC. Dr. Burns stated that there are no concerns for parents to pick up their child’s devices on Monday.