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  • Nektan appoints GVC’s Hay as new CFO

    first_img Gaming platform and services provider Nektan has named Simon Hay, currently of GVC Holdings, as its new chief financial officer. Hay will begin his new role on June 17. Nektan appoints GVC’s Hay as new CFO Tags: Online Gambling 3rd June 2019 | By contenteditor Topics: Finance People Strategy Financecenter_img Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Gaming platform and services provider Nektan has named Simon Hay, currently of GVC Holdings, as its new chief financial officer.Hay will officially begin his new role on June 17, joining from GVC where he has been serving as finance transformation director of Ladbrokes Coral Group since August 2017.Prior to this, he spent more than seven years as a deal advisory director at KPMG and also enjoyed seven years as an accountant with the professional services network’s Australian division earlier in his career.In addition, Hay had a spell as strategy manager at UK holiday operator Thomas Cook Group.“We are delighted to welcome Simon as CFO,” Nektan chief executive Lucy Buckley said. “He joins us at a very exciting time for the business as we continue our rapid growth and path to sustained profitability.“His international expertise will be especially valuable as we expand into new emerging territories, providing leading gaming and casino brands with our technology and premium content globally.”The appointment comes after a recent spell of activity at Nektan. Last month, the provider raised £2.1m (€2.4m/$2.7m) before expenses through a share placement on the London Stock Exchange.Also in April, Nektan sold a 57.5% majority stake in its Respin US subsidiary to Alternative Investment Partners Limited for an initial cash consideration of £300,000.Both transactions took place in the wake of Nektan announcing its results for the third quarter, during which revenue was up by 5.9% year-on-year to £5.4m but down 15.6% on a quarter-to-quarter basis. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Addresslast_img read more

  • GambleAware appoints Zoë Osmond as CEO

    first_imgOsmond added: “GambleAware is at an exciting moment in its history, and over the past ten years, Marc Etches has done a phenomenal job in leading the charity to this point. It is a critical time for the gambling sector and the recent pledge of up to £100 million from the gambling industry means this is a significant time to shape and drive forward GambleAware’s vital work and develop its own expertise.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Address It was agreed at that time that GambleAware would serve as the main commissioning agent for ensuring that the funds reach those requiring counselling and treatment. The charity said Osmond brings a “wealth of knowledge” to the role and added that she has a strong track record of driving business growth across the charity and in the wider business world having previously held chief executive, managing partner and global business director roles. GambleAware’s campaign to promote awareness of the National Gambling Treatment Service also launched this week, under the tagline “start to regain control”, and will target high-risk gamblers aged between 22 and 55 across radio, digital platforms and regional press. “Her ability to work with a wide range of subject matter experts and her experience of transforming a charity, building businesses, and leading change will be instrumental in taking GambleAware to the next stage in its development.” Commenting on Osmond’s appointment, Kate Lampard CBE, chair of GambleAware said: “In the past two and a half years that I and trustees have worked with Zoë, she has demonstrated to us that she fits the criteria we are looking for perfectly. Her knowledge and experience of GambleAware means she can hit the ground running, something that is of particular importance when starting a leadership role during a pandemic.” People moves Gambling awareness charity GambleAware has appointed its communications and engagement director, Zoë Osmond, to the position of chief executive, replacing Marc Etches in the position. GambleAware appoints Zoë Osmond as CEO Tags: GambleAwarecenter_img “I am excited by the prospect of transformation and the opportunities now available to GambleAware to work with other organisations to prevent gambling harm and I look forward to taking on the challenge.” This week, GambleAware revealed that operators had donated a total of £4.5m during the first three quarters of its 2020-21 financial year. Top donors Flutter Entertainment, Bet365 and William Hill donated £874,000, £763,000 and £540,000 respectively. Regions: UK & Ireland Since 2018, Osmond has led the delivery of GambleAware’s safer gambling and treatment campaigns, and has worked with stakeholders in public health, government, media, academia and the industry to ensure campaign success. Prior to starting with GambleAware, Osmond held the role of chief executive for the National Advertising Benevolent Society, a national charity which supports those working in the media and advertising industries. Today the charity released further details of funding commitments from Betting and Gaming Council (BGC) members, including the top 3 donors listed above in addition to Entain. BGC members said in June last year they would commit £100m to improving treatment services for problem gamblers in Britain. 14th January 2021 | By Conor Mulheir Through this work and the delivery of a comprehensive review of the charity’s strategic positioning and communications agenda in 2019, she has developed a clear understanding of the opportunities and challenges the charity and sector faces, GambleAware said. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Topics: Social responsibility People moves Problem gambling Responsible gamblinglast_img read more

  • Aluminium Extrusion Industries Plc (ALEX.ng) Q12019 Interim Report

    first_imgAluminium Extrusion Industries Plc (ALEX.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Mining sector has released it’s 2019 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Aluminium Extrusion Industries Plc (ALEX.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Aluminium Extrusion Industries Plc (ALEX.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Aluminium Extrusion Industries Plc (ALEX.ng)  2019 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileAluminium Extrusion Industries Plc (NIGALEX) is a leading manufacturing company in Nigeria producing and marketing extruded aluminium products and coloured and wood products. Products in its extensive range include Cego flyscreens; projected window systems for institutions in the education, government, military and commercial sectors; industrial door systems designed for versatility and performance; partitioning systems with robust wear and tear features; multi-purpose stock extrusions for the maritime, aviation and construction sectors; swing door systems for commercial entrances; sliding window systems with removable operating sashes and bead-glazed; fixed louvres with fabricated railings; special provides available in round bars, T-sections, symmetric and square aluminium frames; curtain walls attached to building structures; AS46 flyscreens and customised fixed casements (windows and doors). NIGALEX has annual capacity of 5 000 tonnes of aluminium extrusion products and produces profiles in a press finish, wood finish, silver and bronze colour palette and modern powder-coated forms. The company has operations in Aba Abuja to serve the eastern and northern regions of Nigeria. Its head office is in Imo State, Nigeria. Aluminium Extrusion Industries Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchangelast_img read more

  • Who Are ITV’s Six Nations Pundits?

    first_imgWho will be providing punditry as part of ITV’s coverage of the 2021 Six Nations? Let’s take a look In terms of punditry, ITV have an impressive list of names providing their insights and knowledge. Jonny Wilkinson and Lawrence Dallaglio join their 2003 World Cup-winning coach Sir Clive Woodward as part of the presentation team.Another World Cup winner, former England and Saracens star Maggie Alphonsi, will also be in the studio to give her opinions and views of the action.There are legends of Irish, Scottish and Welsh rugby involved too, including Grand Slam winners Gareth Thomas and Shane Williams, former Ireland captains Brian O’Driscoll and Rory Best, and ex-Scotland lock Jim Hamilton.Former France flanker Serge Betsen and Italy centre Michele Campagnaro are also involved.During the tournament, ITV also produce a Six Nations podcast with Flats & Shanks – David Flatman and Tom Shanklin. Can’t get to the shops? You can download the digital edition of Rugby World straight to your tablet or subscribe to the print edition to get the magazine delivered to your door. Who Are ITV’s Six Nations Pundits?All the matches from the 2021 Six Nations will be televised on either BBC or ITV channels depending on the team playing at home. Wales, Scotland and France home games will be televised on BBC whereas England, Ireland and Italy home matches will be shown on ITV.ITV have a strong line-up of pundits who will present, commentate and give their opinions on the action on the pitch in the 2021 championship. Below we take a look at who they are.Related: 2021 Six Nations TV CoverageWho Are ITV’s Six Nations Pundits?Mark Pougatch, Jill Douglas and Martin Bayfield present the television coverage for ITV with Nick Mullins and Miles Harrison providing commentary. Bayfield and Gabriel Clarke will also present from the sidelines.ITV also have a selection of co-commentators, including former Scotland international Scott Hastings, ex-England prop David Flatman and World Cup winner Danielle Waterman.center_img Key Insight: Wilkinon, Woodward and Dallaglio will all give their thoughts on the tournament (Getty Images) Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.last_img read more

  • Oxfam launches integrated DRTV campaign for the Lifesaver Cube

    first_img Oxfam is highlighting its Lifesaver Cube in its latest integrated DRTV campaign to raise funds for its emergency response work.The Lifesaver Cube is a robust and portable household water filter which cleans contaminated water. It can hold up to five litres of water at any one time. Dirty, contaminated water is stored inside the Cube and a small pump on the cap is used to increase the pressure, forcing water though an internal filter which removes bacteria and viruses.One single Cube provides a family of four with clean water for one year.SEE ALSO: Oxfam’s new DRTV ad shows the lifesaving power of the bucket (22 June 2017)The campaign, created by WPN Chameleon, sets out to demonstrate Oxfam’s expertise in providing clean water in emergencies and how the Lifesaver Cube helps save lives.The 60 second ad was shot at the Oxfam warehouse which stores emergency supplies. It features Oxfam spokesman Ian Bray, demonstrating the Cube and drinking the clean water produced.Oxfam’s Ian Bray demonstrates impact of the Lifesaver CubeThe ad launched on 29th November asking for a donation of £3 towards one of these lifesaving Cubes.Oxfam is combining the 60 second DRTV ad with Facebook posts, Facebook canvas, bespoke landing pages and online display to capture and convert a greater response from the campaign than with the ad alone.Catherine Wearden, Head of Supporter Acquisition at Oxfam: “The Lifesaver Cube makes even the dirtiest water safe to drink – it’s such a clever piece of kit. In the new ad, Ian demonstrates this by drinking dirty water that has been pumped through the cube, so that viewers can see just how effective it is. We hope that people will be inspired by seeing it in action and want to help us provide more of these to vulnerable families around the world. We can confirm that Ian experienced no ill effects from drinking the water!” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis33 Tagged with: DRTV Oxfam WPN Chameleon About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Howard Lake | 30 November 2017 | News  375 total views,  1 views todaycenter_img Oxfam launches integrated DRTV campaign for the Lifesaver Cube WATCH: Ian Bray demonstrate the Oxfam bucket[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylfullZYsa4[/youtube]  376 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis33 Advertisementlast_img read more

  • DuPont Pioneer Answers Farmer Desire for Actionable Whole-Farm Insights

    first_imgHome News Feed DuPont Pioneer Answers Farmer Desire for Actionable Whole-Farm Insights Facebook Twitter By Gary Truitt – Mar 3, 2013 DuPont Pioneer Answers Farmer Desire for Actionable Whole-Farm Insights Facebook Twitter New digital technology is allowing farmers to gather massive amounts of data – but DuPont says the real value comes when data drives insights to help them improve the profitability of their operations. According to DuPont Pioneer President Paul Schickler – growers need a way to sort through all of their data to make better decisions. He says information is only relevant if it is used in a way that can help increase the profitability of the entire operation. That next generation of whole-farm management – he says – begins now. DuPont – as part of its commitment to farmers and increasing the food supply around the world – is dedicating additional resources to meet increasing grower demand for the next generation of whole-farm profitability services. The business plans to deliver insights for advanced farmer profitability and expand its support for a wide variety of farming decisions – including seed selections, in-season crop management and water and fertility management – all at a grower’s fingertips.The first wave of new services – Pioneer® Field360™ – is available this growing season. It is designed to help growers confidently transform their farm data into increased productivity through timely and actionable information. Schickler says DuPont Pioneer understands farmers are eager to synthesize knowledge and convert data from their operations into actionable management insights. He says Pioneer Field360 services – combined with Pioneer’s team of sales professionals – will provide growers a vital link between data and action that can help drive income per acre year after year.Several management apps and tools will be available with Pioneer Field360 services. The apps are available at www dot pioneer dot com slash 360 (www.pioneer.com/360). SHARE SHARE Previous articleCorn Growers Asked to Make Voices Heard on Important IssuesNext articleVilsack Outlines Impact of Sequestration on USDA Gary Truittlast_img read more

  • US – RSF concerned by media blackout at EPA, other federal agencies

    first_img WhatsApp blocks accounts of at least seven Gaza Strip journalists to go further June 7, 2021 Find out more Organisation Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is concerned to learn that Trump’s administration has ordered a media blackout at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and several other federal agencies of the United States government. This media blackout has serious consequences for the American public’s right to access information about government activity and compromises transparency. Help by sharing this information News United StatesAmericas EnvironmentInternet RSF_en Follow the news on United States News Receive email alerts June 3, 2021 Find out more NSO Group hasn’t kept its promises on human rights, RSF and other NGOs say Several news outlets have reported that Trump’s administration Tuesday instituted a media blackout at the EPA as well as other federal agencies like the Department of Agriculture and the Department of the Interior.According to internal emails obtained by the Associated Press, EPA employees are prohibited from sending out press releases, blog updates or posting to the agency’s official social media accounts. Instead, staff members were ordered to forward all media inquiries to the Office of Administration and Resources Management so that “incoming media requests will be carefully screened,” according to one such email. At yesterday’s White House press briefing, Press Secretary Sean Spicer was asked if the White House had a hand in deleting tweets on climate change facts Tuesday from the official twitter account of the National Parks Service or if the White House had a broader mandate stopping communications from federal agencies. Spicer replied “there’s nothing coming from the White House, absolutely not.””Ordering a media blackout on federal agencies is a direct threat to governmental transparency, says Margaux Ewen, Advocacy and Communications Director for RSF’s North America office. “The American public has a right to access information about what their federal agencies are doing and this media blackout order is keeping them in the dark.” The Department of Agriculture has since rescinded its order to keep staffers and scientists from sharing their work with the public. The US ranks 41 out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2016 World Press Freedom Index. Image credit: RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP News United StatesAmericas EnvironmentInternet News April 28, 2021 Find out more Facebook’s Oversight Board is just a stopgap, regulation urgently needed, RSF says January 26, 2017 US – RSF concerned by media blackout at EPA, other federal agencieslast_img read more

  • Alarm over Lukashenko’s threat to put an end to online “anarchy”

    first_img BelarusEurope – Central Asia August 3, 2007 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Alarm over Lukashenko’s threat to put an end to online “anarchy” May 28, 2021 Find out more BelarusEurope – Central Asia RSF_en to go further News Help by sharing this information Follow the news on Belarus June 2, 2021 Find out more RSF at the Belarusian border: “The terrorist is the one who jails journalists and intimidates the public”center_img News Russian media boss drops the pretence and defends Belarus crackdown Receive email alerts Reporters Without Borders voiced deep concern today about President Alexandre Lukashenko’s comments during a visit to the state-owned daily Sovietskaya Bielorussiya yesterday, when he said the government planned to increase its control of the Internet and “put an end to the anarchy” online.“We cannot allow this great technical success by humankind to become a news sewer,” Lukashenko said, suggesting that a law should regulate the status of the electronic media. “We will not be pioneers, as these laws already exist in many countries,” he added.Reporters Without Borders said: “The main threat to the Belarusian Internet is slow death by suffocation as a result of the repression organised from the highest levels of government. The control which Belarus exercises over online news and information is one of the strictest of all the countries of the former Soviet Union. What Belarus needs is liberalisation, not more surveillance.”Zhanna Litvina of the Belarusian Association of Journalists (BAJ) said Lukashenko’s comments heralded new restrictions on the Internet, which she described as “the only remaining space where free expression is possible” in Belarus.“We have noted many signs,” she said in a post on the BAJ website. “Including last February, when control of Internet cafés was reinforced, and at a meeting of jurists at the headquarters of Respublika (the official newspaper), when the idea of increased surveillance and control of the Internet was discussed.”Predicting that Lukashenko’s comments would be followed by government action, she added: “Belarusians have no access to objective news and information about what is happing in their country. As a result, the Internet has become a space where urgent and sensitive issues are broached. But now the government is trying to gain control of all channels of information, especially those that are eluding censorship.”Yuri Ziser, the owner of the news aggregator “www.tut.by,” said “only those who do not use the Internet could describe it as a sewer.” On the registering of electronic media, he said: “Russia is an example in this respect. Companies with an Internet presence decide whether they want to register as news sources and many of them do so willingly.”The government issued a directive on 10 February requiring the owners of Internet cafés and computer clubs to report anyone visiting illegal websites to the police. It also required them to keep the browser history for the past 12 months on all their computers. The police and members of the KGB (Committee for State Security) must be given access to these records whenever they request it.The government has a monopoly of telecommunications in Belarus and does not hesitate to block opposition websites when it thinks it necessary, especially during elections. Independent news websites are also often the target of hacker attacks. Several sites critical of President Lukashenko mysteriously disappeared from the Internet for several days in March 2006.Belarus was 151st out of 168 countries in the 2006 Reporters Without Borders ranking of nations according to respect for press freedom. Only two other former Soviet bloc countries, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, were ranked worse. News May 27, 2021 Find out more “We welcome opening of criminal investigation in Lithuania in response to our complaint against Lukashenko” RSF says Organisation Newslast_img read more

  • Kerala HC Refuses To Direct Mandatory RT-PCR Test For Expatriates Under Vande Bharat Mission; Urges Centre To Consider State’s Concerns [Read Order]

    first_imgNews UpdatesKerala HC Refuses To Direct Mandatory RT-PCR Test For Expatriates Under Vande Bharat Mission; Urges Centre To Consider State’s Concerns [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK20 May 2020 4:43 AMShare This – xThe High Court of Kerala has refused to issue directions for conducting mandatory RT-PCR COVID-19 test for expatriates before boarding flights to India under the Vande Bharat Mission scheme.A bench comprising Justices Anu Sivaraman and M R Anitha observed that the Standard Operating Procedure for return of Indians from abroad has been formulated “after proper application of mind and…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe High Court of Kerala has refused to issue directions for conducting mandatory RT-PCR COVID-19 test for expatriates before boarding flights to India under the Vande Bharat Mission scheme.A bench comprising Justices Anu Sivaraman and M R Anitha observed that the Standard Operating Procedure for return of Indians from abroad has been formulated “after proper application of mind and due consultation with medical experts”.  The Court also observed that it had no doubt that Central Government has put in place proper procedure based on expert medical advice and the available relevant data.Therefore, the Court opined that an interference through a writ of mandamus is not warranted at this stage. The Court closed the writ petition observing that the Central Government will consider the concerns raised by the State Government regarding absence of COVID-19 testing before travel.The bench was considering a Public Interest Litigation petition filed by social activist C R Neelakandan seeking directions to the Centre to take effective steps to conduct mandatory RTPCR tests on passengers not more than 4 days before embarkation process to India at the cost of the Centre. There was a further prayer to direct the State Government to take all precautionary measures to ensure proper quarantine of NRIs who arrive in Kerala.The petitioner’s counsel, Advocate Harish Vasudevan, told the court that many expatriates, who were asymptomatic before embarkation, turned COVID-19 positive after arrival in Kerala. Since only thermal screening is carried out as per the SOP under the Vande Bharat scheme for repatriation of Indians stranded abroad, there are high chances of asymptomatic COVID-19 carriers travelling in flight, putting at risk the life and health of co-passengers, submitted the petitioner. The Additional Advocate General, Renjith Thampan, told the bench that the State Government has raised the issue before the Centre through a letter sent by the Chief Minister.The Central Government submitted that the SOP was formulated on the basis of expert advise and that the same provided ample protection as is practical and feasible. The bench was also told about the Supreme Court’s order staying the direction passed by the Orissa High Court for mandatory COVID-19 testing for migrants to re-enter Odisha.The subjective opinion of the petitioner, who is not an expert in the field cannot be a reason to interfere with the protocol set in place, submitted the Centre.Considering the submissions, the Court observed “we find that the Standard Operating Protocol has apparently been framed after proper application of mind and due consultation with medical experts”.”We have no doubt that proper procedure will be put in place and revised in a time bound manner by the Central Government after considering the situation prevalent  and taking note of the requests made by individual States as also expert medical advice and the available relevant data. In the above view of the matter, we are of the opinion that an interference through a writ of mandamus is not warranted at this stage. Suffice it to say that concerns expressed by the State Government will also be considered by the Central Government while formulating and revising Standard Operating Protocols in respect of the required testing as well”.The bench added that it will not be proper for it to issue directions in the absence of further materials.”In the absence of any further material, it may not be proper for this Court to issue the directions as are sought for by the petitioner. The writ petition is accordingly closed with the observation that the concerns addressed in Exhibit P8 letter by the State Government will also be duly considered by the Central Government”.Click here to download OrderRead OrderNext Storylast_img read more

  • Caste System Makes It Difficult For Young People To Decide Their Own Life Partner: Gujarat HC [Read Order]

    first_imgNews UpdatesCaste System Makes It Difficult For Young People To Decide Their Own Life Partner: Gujarat HC [Read Order] Akshita Saxena17 Jun 2020 11:11 PMShare This – xWhile granting relief to a couple who had been separated by the wife’s family on account of caste-based differences, the Gujarat High Court made significant remarks viz. the social impact of such incidents. The division bench comprised by Justice Sonia Gokani and Justice NV Anjaria observed, “…the caste system in the country is making it more and more difficult for the young people…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?LoginWhile granting relief to a couple who had been separated by the wife’s family on account of caste-based differences, the Gujarat High Court made significant remarks viz. the social impact of such incidents. The division bench comprised by Justice Sonia Gokani and Justice NV Anjaria observed, “…the caste system in the country is making it more and more difficult for the young people to decide their own life partner and the rigidity in the minds of adults in the family becomes the serious cause of division of human relationship.” The bench further observed that such incidents are “making it extremely difficult for the administration to handle this social and emotional upheaval which eventually turn into legal battleground.” In the present case, the couple got married in January 2020 against and was granted police protection by the High Court in the month of February, from the wife’s family. Nevertheless, when the couple visited Rajasthan, they were separated. Hence the Petitioner-husband moved a habeas corpus petition, seeking production of his pregnant wife. The court, on a perusal of the couple’s marriage certificate observed that the couple was lawfully married. The court also took not of the wife’s submissions, who was produced through video conferencing from the Palanpur District Court, that she desires to live with her husband. In view thereof the court directed the Additional District Judge, Palanpur to ensure that the wife reaches her matrimonial home safely with the escort of police. It further ordered, “Protection to the couple shall continue for a period of four months. Thereafter the matter shall be posted before the Superintendent of Police, Palanpur, who shall decide as to whether to continue such protection or not.” During the course of hearing, the wife’s mother displayed her resistance to the marriage and threatened to commit suicide if her daughter preferred to go with her husband. The court therefore requested the Additional District Judge, Palanpur to make an attempt to bring an amicable solution between the parties and/or refer the matter to the Mediation Center, Palanpur. Click Here To Download Order Read Order Subscribe 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