NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday refused to interfere with Delhi Speaker notice to a rebel Aam Aadmi Party lawmaker Devendra Sehrawat facing disqualification proceedings and told the legislator to first approach the assembly’s presiding officer. The top court’s vacation bench, which had accepted the legislator’s request for an urgent hearing, made it clear that it was not inclined to intervene at this stage. “Go before the speaker… And if you have any grievance against the order, you can take recourse to legal remedy if available to you,” the bench comprising justices Sanjiv Khanna and BR Gavai told the lawmaker.
For anyone yet to wander through Brock’s arts facilities, this weekend is your chance.Both the University’s state-of-the-art Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts (MIWSFPA) and the historic Rodman Hall Art Centre will be offering tours Saturday, June 24 as part of Doors Open Ontario — an annual event that prompts more than 1,000 sites across the province to invite visitors in free of charge.More than 20 St. Catharines locations will open their doors on Saturday for the initiative.Rodman Hall Art Centre is one of several St. Catharines venues participating in Doors Open on Saturday, June 24.Brock ambassadors will be at the Marilyn I. Walker School in downtown St. Catharines providing tours and answering questions from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tours will begin on the hour, with the final group of the day departing at 2 p.m.The building opened in 2015 on a former 19th century industrial site and includes a 235-seat theatre, digital media studios, photo darkrooms, music rooms and other specialized facilities that support students in Dramatic Arts, Music and Visual Arts.Visits to specific studios and the theatre will be by supervised tour only, although the public is welcome to roam the halls of the accessible venue and visit the Visual Arts Gallery on their own. Refreshments will be available. Visitors are invited to have their photo taken with Brock’s mascot Boomer, who will be dressed in his arts gear to greet guests between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.Department of Music alumna Negin Rezaei Asl will perform an open recital in the Piano Suite from 1 to 3 p.m. At Rodman Hall Art Centre, guided tours will take place Saturday from noon to 5 p.m.Visitors will have the chance to explore the historical Thomas Rodman Merritt House, built in the 1860s, and its adjoining contemporary art gallery.There will be opportunities to create art and take a walk through the nearby Walker Botanical Garden and sculptures.More information on locations participating in Doors Open this weekend is available online.
DenmarkDenmark 2015mONTENEGRO Denmark and Motenegro are qualified for the eight-finals from Preliminary Group A in Herning at Women’s World Championship 2015. Danish team outplayed Serbia in the second-half on the wings of home fans in sold-out „JUSK BANK“ arena, which witnessed superb defense by Danish girls in the last 20 minutes of the match – 29:20 (13:12).The Serbian girls showed nice performance in the first half with Kristina Liščević (five goals) in the main role, but that was stopped by Danes after half-time break. Poulsen between the posts led the home team who received only four goals in the last 22 minutes to secure spot at knock-out stage.At the end, Line Jorgensen netted seven for the winning squad as the top scorer at the match.Most impressive performance of the day going to Montenegro. Classy style which reminds of the best matches of ŽRK Budućnost in EHF Champions League, played Katarina Bulatović and her team-mates. Montenegro trashed Hungary 32:15 (17:9). Defensive line of Dragan Adzić team was just perfect. Hungarians were in the match until 4:4, but that was the end of hopes of Nemeth girls tonight.Strong defense, easy goals, a lot of ideas in attack, all were on the highest level. Bulatović, Raičević (ex Knežević) and Radičević (scored 6 goals each)made 12:4 series to bring their team to 19:9 (from 7:5), but that was just a beginning. Hungary netted only six goals for the whole second half (two from 7-meter shots by Anita Gorbicz). It was a great happiness for Balkan fans to see the team like Hungary on -17. The man of the match was goalie Sonja Barjaktarović with 14 saves.Japan easily past Tunisia 31:21 in the opener of the Day 4 in Herning. That means Japanese girls will fight for the eight-final spot against Serbia on Wednesday, 18.30 hrs.STANDINGS:Denmark 6Montenegro 5Hungary 4Japan 2Serbia 1Tunisia 0PHOTO CREDIT: Jan Christensen, DHF.DK, 22nd IHF Women’s World Championship 2015 ← Previous Story Denmark 2015: Korea’s first victory was a bulky one! Next Story → Denmark 2015: France qualified and in the hunt for the top of the group