Board to make appointments in December

first_imgBoard to make appointments in December October 15, 2005 Regular News The Board of Governors is seeking applicants for the following vacancies to be filled during its December 16 meeting: Florida Rural Legal Services, Inc., Board of Directors: One attorney to serve a three-year term on its 19-member board of directors. Other appointments are made by the ACLU, NAACP, several housing authorities, and various other small groups. The main purpose of Florida Rural Legal Services is to help migrant farm workers and the rural poor in civil (not criminal) cases. Florida Realtor-Attorney Joint Committee: Five attorneys, one from each state appellate district, for two-year terms. The Florida Bar president receives the recommendations of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section for consideration. The committee is composed of 10 lawyers appointed by TFB and 10 Realtors appointed by the Florida Association of Realtors. The committee promotes cordial relations between Realtors and attorneys and presents educational seminars. 11th Circuit Judicial Conference: One delegate to represent the Northern District of Florida for a four-year term. The biennial conference consists of educational opportunities and meetings (by state) on matters of mutual concern. The Bar’s three delegates contribute to planning and organizing a reception during the conference in every odd numbered year. Greater Orlando Area Legal Services, Inc., Board of Governors: One attorney to serve a two-year term on this 11-member board which sets policy and manages the affairs of GOALS.All terms for the foregoing appointments are set to commence January 1, 2006.Persons interested in applying for any of these vacancies may download the Special Appointment application from the Bar’s Web site at floridabar.org, or call Bar headquarters at (850) 561-5757, to obtain an application form. Completed applications must be submitted to the Executive Director, The Florida Bar, 651 East Jefferson Street, Tallahassee 32399-2300 no later than close of business, Monday, November 7. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of an application.center_img Board to make appointments in Decemberlast_img read more

Salah set to retain African Player of the Year title

first_imgJohannesburg, South Africa | AFP | Liverpool star Mohamed Salah is set to be named 2018 African Player of the Year for a second successive time at a gala awards ceremony in Senegal Tuesday.The sharpshooter is competing against fellow English Premier League stars, Liverpool team-mate Sadio Mane from Senegal and Gabonese Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Arsenal.Consistent scorer Salah has already won the 2018 BBC African Footballer of the Year prize and it would be a shock if he did not add to his collection of individual honours in Dakar.Should he be confirmed as the best footballer in Africa once again, Salah will become the first player from the north of the continent to claim back-to-back titles.Ivorian Yaya Toure, Samuel Eto’o from Cameroon and Senegalese El Hadji Diouf achieved the feat in a competition first staged 48 years ago with Malian Salif Keita voted number one.Manchester City midfielder Toure, the younger brother of former Arsenal defender Kolo, went on to finish first four times in a row from 2011.Eto’o and Ghanaian Abedi ‘Pele’ Ayew are also four-time Player of the Year winners, but not in consecutive years.Paris-based France Football magazine organised the annual award until the mid-1990s when the Confederation of African Football (CAF) took over. Votes from national team and selected club coaches, CAF officials and unnamed ‘experts’ count toward deciding who lifts the trophy.Salah scored 44 goals in all competitions for Liverpool last season, his first at Anfield after moving from Italian Serie A outfit Roma.– Slow start –After a slow start to the 2018/2019 campaign, the right-side attacker has netted 13 goals, one less than Aubameyang and Tottenham Hotspur and England star Harry Kane.The Egyptian also scored the winning goal against Napoli at Anfield last month that took Liverpool to the knockout phase of the Champions League at the expense of the Italian club.Salah had less success with Egypt last year as injury ruled him out of the loss to Uruguay at the start of the World Cup in Russia.He did score against both Russia and Saudi Arabia, but the north Africans were beaten in both matches and exited without securing even one point.Share on: WhatsApp Pages: 1 2last_img read more

Nelson’s Geoff Kinrade plays for Team Canada

first_imgKinrade moved during the mid-season to SC Bern of the Swiss Nationaliga.“Considering my situation when I left two seasons ago, being restricted to Ottawa, and the current situation with the NHL lockout, I think my decision was a very good one,” Kinrade said.The smooth skating rearguard got his start in the game playing in Nelson Minor Hockey.He played a few seasons with the Nelson Leafs of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League earning a shot at Junior A with Cowichan of the BCHL.Kinrade honestly believed his career was on a downer until lighting it up during a BCHL Allstar game.That propelled the Kinrade to a very good second season with the Capitals before Michigan Tech called with a scholarship offer.Kinrade played four seasons for the Huskies.After graduating he played ten games with the Norfolk Admirals and made his NHL debut on April 9, 2009 for Tampa against the Washington Capitals.On July 10, 2009 he signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Ottawa Senators.Team Canada’s roster announced Friday by Hockey Canada includes the likes of Ryan Smith of the Edmonton Oilers, Ottawa’s Jason Spezza, Boston’s Patrice Bergeron as well as Kinrade’s teammates, Byron Ritchie and John Tavares.This year’s Spengler Cup includes Canada’s National Men’s Team, Adler Mannheim (Germany) and HC Davos (Switzerland), the host team, playing in the Cattini Group, and HC Fribourg-Gottéron (Switzerland), HC Vitkovice Steel (Czech Republic) and Salavat Yulaev Ufa (Russia) playing in the Torriani Group.Canada, 11-time winner of the tournament, opens the tournament Boxing Day against Adler Mannheim (Germany). The game is on TSN2 beginning at 11 a.m. Pacific Time. Geoff Kinrade grew up spending time during the Christmas holidays watching Canadian hockey teams in action on television at major tournaments in Europe.Now Kinrade will be front and center on one of those teams as the Nelsonite suits up as a member of Team Canada at the Spengler Cup, December 26-31 in Davos, Switzerland.“No time,” Kinrade told The Nelson Daily Friday when asked about holiday plans, “I’m playing for Team Canada in the Spengler Cup during the holidays.”The Spengler Cup, originating in 1923, is an annual ice hockey tournament held in Davos  and is considered the oldest invitational ice hockey tournament in the world.Team Canada consists of currently on teams playing in Europe, as well as others available due to the NHL lockout.Kinrade, 27, is in his second season with SC Bern of the Swiss League.“The season is going well,” the six-foot, 195-pound defenceman said, adding SC Bern is looking for a little redemption after losing last season in the league final.“We are (a few) points out of first place. Our team is playing well together which makes my job easier. . ..I’m happy with the ways things are going.”This is Kinrade’s second season in Europe after he spent two seasons in the AHL with the Binghamton Senators, the farm team of the Ottawa Senators.Kinrade was a mainstay on the Baby Sens blueline, and was a key cog in Binghamton’s run to the Calder Cup title in 2011.However, Kinrade felt he would not get a fair shake with Ottawa Senator management so he bolted for Europe, first signing with HC Plzen 1929 of the Czech Extraliga.last_img read more

Collaborative efforts at CITES CoP17 in South Africa

first_imgThe 183 Parties were discussing 120 documents and 62 proposals at the 17th Conference of the Parties (CoP17) to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), said Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa.South Africa, she added, was delighted to host the conference.Watch her welcome message:“Delegates should be prepared to work throughout and make sure that we make our nations proud and at the heart of it all to save our species that are almost extinct but also regulating those that need to be regulated,” she said.At the gathering, the delegates, who include ministers and government representatives from the member countries, representatives from inter-governmental and non-governmental organisations, civil society and other stakeholders, are taking decisions on what additional measures are needed to end illicit wildlife trafficking, among other things.Continental agreementThe 12 African rhino range states and ex-range states have agreed on an overall strategy to tackle poaching and increase the population of the animals in the coming five years.Molewa launched the African Rhino Range States’ African Rhino Conservation Plan on the sidelines of the conference on 25 September.Minister Molewa addressing the side event of the rhino conservation range states action plan #CITES #CoP17 pic.twitter.com/eQjNzFrILk— Environmentza (@environmentza) September 25, 2016The African rhino range states and ex-range states are Angola, Botswana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.Spanning a period of two years, with discussions spread out over three workshops, the plan took shape. The minister emphasised that it was important for the range states to work together to increase rhino populations.But the plan would not override current national plans. The African plan focused on general principles of conservation on which all states could agree.“It seeks to complement national plans by providing an overarching higher-level umbrella plan under which all the national plans can fit,” she said. “The continental plan also seeks to identify and focus on areas where collectively and co-operatively there may be opportunities for range states to work together to enhance rhino conservation.”Key pointsProtection, law enforcement, investigations and intelligence: to implement legislation and strengthen law enforcement actions between both countries and different departments of government; improving investigation and collectively sharing knowledge, skill and state of the art technology; Biological management: to achieve the envisioned growth rate to sustain, and manage the rhino population and to conserve genetic diversity through standardised monitoring; Co-ordination: to improve co-ordination between range states by active involvement on an international scale; Socio-economic: creating support for conservation by tapping into the local population through empowerment of people; Political support: to boost collective continental political support for rhino conservation; Communication and public support: to garner understanding and support from the public and all stakeholders involved in rhino conservation through targeted communication; Capacity: to make certain there are enough human resources used wisely, and make sure they are appropriately trained and equipped; and, Adequate financing: to explore and develop financing mechanisms and structures to make sure efforts are sustainable.The conference ends on 5 October 2016. South Africa was one of the first signatories to CITES in 1975 and continues to play an active role in the enforcement of the Convention.For the full plan, click here.The ConventionCITES is an international agreement between governments. Its aim is to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival. States that have agreed to be bound by the Convention are known as Parties. Although CITES is legally binding on the Parties – in other words they have to implement the Convention – it does not take the place of national laws.Annually, international wildlife trade is estimated to be worth billions of dollars and to include hundreds of millions of plant and animal specimens. The trade is diverse, ranging from live animals and plants to a vast array of wildlife products derived from them, including food products, exotic leather goods, wooden musical instruments, timber, tourist curios and medicines. Wildlife and forest crime is not limited to certain countries or regions, but is a truly global phenomenon.Source: Flauna and South Africa.info reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using SouthAfrica.info materiallast_img read more

Why Apple Will Win The Battle For Your Wrist

first_imgThe Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Tags:#Apple#iWatch Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Related Posts At some point, Apple is widely expected to release a miniature computer for your wrist. Assuming the rumors pan out, you, dear geek, are going to hate whatever is released — because it’s not going to do many of the things that you think such a device should do.Your favorite tech blogs will reaffirm your skepticism by releasing scathing reports about how underwhelming Apple’s newest gadget is, at least when compared against the hype they created about what Apple’s newest gadget should have been. Apple will be doomed, yet again. Tim Cook’s got to go! Cue the sad trombone.Ignore all of that. An Apple watch, if it is released, is going to be a big deal. Here’s why.Fear Our Vapor!In basketball, the mere presence of a strong defender is often enough to alter a shot and create a miss. In tech, the mere presence of a rumored Apple product is enough to alter a category and create a flurry of press releases.No one knows what an Apple-branded watch will look like. No one knows what it’ll do. We don’t even know for sure that Apple is ever going to release a watch. At best, we’re in “where there’s smoke” territory based on ever-popular “industry sources” and a single leaked patent application.Leading up to the release of the iPhone, similar rumors surfaced and, as usual, pundits and competitors scoffed. Here, for instance, is Palm CEO Ed Colligan scoffing his company into obsolescence:We’ve learned and struggled for a few years here figuring out how to make a decent phone. PC guys are not going to just figure this out. They’re not going to just walk in.Six years later, Apple’s competitors rarely scoff, at least not as openly. Instead, they scurry to make reactionary (and premature) product announcements that exist primarily to counter a rumor mill that Apple largely ignores.Here’s Samsung, reacting:“We’ve been preparing the watch product for so long,” Samsung Mobile executive vice president Lee Young Hee told Bloomberg. “We are preparing products for the future, and the watch is definitely one of them.”For so long!Samsung has to react, though. It’s been stung by accusations (not to mention legal judgments) that its R&D department is based in Cupertino. Thus the rush to claim that a smartwatch is in the pipeline prior to any official Apple announcement: “We couldn’t have copied Apple, we told you about our product over a year ago!”Here’s Microsoft, reacting:Microsoft Corp. is working on designs for a touch-enabled watch device, executives at suppliers said, potentially joining rivals like Apple Inc. in working on a new class of computing products.Microsoft also has to react. “Not reacting” is the only way to explain how they could have fallen so far behind in the mobile space and they can’t afford to get left behind yet again. Steve Ballmer’s got to go! Wah-waaaah.Google’s got a smart-watch patent, too:A smart-watch can include a wristband, a base, and a flip up portion. The base can be coupled to the wristband and include a housing, a processor, a wireless transceiver, and a tactile user interface. The wireless transceiver can be configured to connect to a wireless network. The tactile user interface can be configured to provide interaction between a user and the smart-watch. The flip up portion can be displaceable between an open position exposing the base and a closed position concealing the base. Further, the flip up portion can include: a top display exposed when the flip up portion is in the closed position, and an inside display opposite the top display. The inside display can be concealed when the flip up portion is in the closed position and be exposed when the flip up portion is in the open position.Google’s clearly in a better position than Samsung and Microsoft (and Apple, for that matter) in that it’s already demoing wearable computing. But Google Glass is far from a guaranteed winner — we may all be cross-eyed this time next year — and prepping a watch, even as a backup, seems like a smart way for the company to hedge its bets.What A CoincidenceNow, raise your hand if you think it’s a coincidence that we’re just now learning about all these smartwatches just as rumors of an “iWatch” started to heat up. No takers?The mere specter of an Apple watch — summoned by the ritualistic voodoo of rumors and speculation — spooked Apple’s competitors into action. Clearly, they’re not quite as cocky as they used to be. (Or, as in the case of Palm, as in business as they used to be.)There’s a lot of talk these days about Apple having died with Steve Jobs, but I sure don’t see Google Glass spurring similarly reactionary competitive product announcements. By that standard, at least, Apple’s in pretty good shape.That said, Apple remains Apple. It’ll release the watch it’ll release, when it releases it. If, uh, it releases one at all. Which brings us back to why I think Apple is, in fact, going to launch a smartwatch.First and foremost, a watch isn’t much of a stretch for Apple from a product standpoint, especially if you’re expecting a wrist-borne iPod rather than an offshoot of the iPhone or iPad.IPod sales are declining, yes, but the brand remains iconic. It won’t surprise me at all if Apple simply calls this thing an iPod Watch. (Consider that Apple used to sell a square iPod Nano that everyone treated like a watch.) Similar to the Apple TV, an iPod Watch could run an offshoot of iOS, but not full-fledged iPhone apps.The Watch Built for HomerNeither Apple nor Google seems likely to release a watch that looks anything like what we’ve seen in the paperwork they’ve filed. That doesn’t mean there aren’t clues in their patents to what they might one day ship.Google’s watch description sounds an awful lot like what it’s now demoing as Google Glass. It’s futuristic, it’s full of gee-whiz wonderments and augmented reality, and it’ll probably do your dishes for you — or maybe advertise local maid services as soon as it Big Brothers that you’re washing your own dishes.That pretty much sums up Google and, let’s face it, most of Apple’s competitors: “If nothing else, a device can always do more.”Would-be iPod killers had FM radios and Bluetooth music sharing and gigantic cup holders and anything else some consumer once said he’d like to have in a survey or on a web forum, once, somewhere. Would-be iPhone killers had hardware keyboards and 3D screens and styluses and a bunch of other junk no one wanted until, eventually, they just gave in and became “essentially iPhones” with an “all sizes and prices fits all” mentality.But what about Apple?The current landscape for smartwatches is, thus far, fairly niche-based: Athletes and, well, athletes wear them. Sometimes.But look at us. We aren’t athletes. We don’t spend a lot of our time counting our steps and monitoring our heartbeats, so we’re not going to buy a device that exists to do those things.Pebble has seen some success with its Kickstarter campaign for a multi-purpose, e-paper smartwatch, but who knows if the company is equipped to compete over the longer term. More likely, its offering will serve as a proof-of-concept for the big guys.That leaves a lot of wrist real-estate for Apple, especially given that most of us aren’t even wearing dumb watches anymore. Who needs something that only tells the time, especially when our smartphones do that so well?Glance and GoThink about iOS notifications for a moment. (Yes, they suck hard. But that’s a discussion for another day.) If the entire point of a notification is to increase efficiency by providing an opportunity to ignore the things that we’d rather ignore, why should we have to get our phone out to make that decision?Wouldn’t it be better to glance down at our wrist? To leave the phone in our pocket until we really need it?More importantly, wouldn’t Apple want us to glance at a device made by Apple, running software sold via Apple’s App Store, and linked to services controlled by Apple?This is the part where the geeks get indignant and demand that Apple release something that is more than just an accessory, but I don’t see any reason to believe that Apple will (or needs to) introduce something more than that.Tied to an iPhone, an iPad, and your Apple TV, a smartwatch adds value to Apple’s existing hardware ecosystem and, most importantly, it won’t exist as an “either/or” proposition for consumers.We’ll simply buy all of the above if we want the full Apple experience.Apple’s Extended FamilyConsider that iPhone accessories alone are a multi-billion-dollar industry.Even with the understanding that most of that money goes to the accessory makers, it’s clear that Apple plays the accessory game better than just about any other company. Anyway, the mind-share that such exposure buys makes up for any lack of revenue.When Apple introduced the second generation iPad, it also developed a magnet-based mechanism that paved the way for the Smart Cover and countless knock-offs that line store shelves today. With a watch, the strap is the case: Expect Apple to design (and patent) an easily removable “Smart Strap” that clicks on and off. Now imagine countless booths at next year’s CES, lined with iPod Watch straps and accessories.Software developers won’t be left out: An SDK will be released and they’ll rush to create added value widgets that extend the functionality of their iPhone and iPad apps.Apple’s watch may not transform us into latter-day Dick Tracys, but developers and accessory makers will stick with Apple and extend the brand in spite of all the crap they’ll have to put up with along the way. Because they’re going to follow the money.Billions of dollars a year is a pretty easy trail to follow.Apple Wins AgainIn the end, Apple will release a product that looks great and works like it’s supposed to, even if it’s not exactly what we expect, or think we want, out of a smartwatch. And we’ll buy it.The peripheral market for accessories will quickly materialize, at which point the competition, left dumbfounded, will be forced to go back to the drawing board in an effort to mimic Apple’s vision of wrist-based computing. In a few years, you’ll either be wearing Apple’s smart watch, or something remarkably similar to Apple’s smart watch.Not long after that, some anonymous commenter sporting a Samsung Galaxy W will feel clever and point out that Apple didn’t really do anything all that revolutionary.Just you watch.Top image via a 2010 iWatch concept video by ADR Studiocenter_img brian ford What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagementlast_img read more

Referee Affiliate of the Month

first_imgTouch Football Australia’s (TFA) ‘Referee Affiliate of the Month’ sees TFA highlight an affiliate that has demonstrated success in referee development, but most importantly provide information and ideas from that affiliate as a profile for other affiliates and competitions to utilise. TFA congratulates the third Referee Affiliate of the Month, Northern Districts Touch Association in Western Australia and thanks the affiliate for providing the included information. To view the Northern Districts Touch Association case study, please click on the attachment below or click on the following link:http://www.sportingpulse.com/assoc_page.cgi?c=14-3591-0-0-0&sID=282883Related Filesnorthern_districts_touch_referee_affiliate_case_study-pdfRelated LinksRef Affiliate of the Monthlast_img read more

9 months agoPochettino maintains full trust in Tottenham contract rebel Eriksen

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Pochettino maintains full trust in Tottenham contract rebel Eriksenby Freddie Taylor9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveTottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has trust in Christian Eriksen amid his continuing negotiations over a contract extension.The Dane stated this week that he was waiting for the club to appease his demands.Eriksen’s current contract expires in 2020 and Pochettino believes he can count on him to perform until then.He said: “We hope that he can be here for a long time.”I think Christian is a fantastic player. I was in Copenhagen in the summer and spent a good time with my wife, and Christian, in a very nice restaurant!”We hope that Christian can commit to the club with a long-term contract – but in football business it is about timings and negotiations.”He is ready to wait. Maybe sign this week, maybe sign in six months.”For me, it is not a point to discuss. He is very committed with us and he is playing so well. He is a great player and I am so happy with him.”He is a special person and you need to give him some freedom on the pitch.”You cannot put him in a box to play, you need to give freedom and trust in him.”It’s like my dog in the park – I say, ‘go, I trust in you!’. Christian, you need to trust in him.”There is going to be a decision, and I hope he will commit to the club for the long term.” last_img read more

Grains Livestock mixed

first_imgCHICAGO — Grain futures were mixed Wednesday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade.Wheat for Mar. delivery was up 4 cents at $5.1820 a bushel; Mar. corn fell 2.2 cents at $3.7600 a bushel; Mar. oats gained .2 cent at $2.742 a bushel; while Jan. soybeans fell 2.2 cents at 8.8220 a bushel.Beef was mixed and pork was lower on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.Dec.live cattle rose .18 cent at $1.2080 a pound; Jan. feeder cattle was off .48 cent at $1.4730 a pound; Feb. lean hogs fell .6 cent at .6032 a pound.The Associated Presslast_img read more

CongressAAP alliance is insult to Sikhs RP Singh

first_imgNew Delhi: The BJP National Secretary RP Singh at a presser on Wednesday accused the Aam Aadmi Party of having double standards, saying that the party is betraying the Sikh community by choosing to ally with Congress. Singh said that whileon the one hand, AAP had promised justice for Sikhs by jailing people responsible for the 1984 massacre, it seems to hell-bent on going ahead with the Congress alliance on the other hand. Singh said that despite having over 90 per cent seats in the Delhi Assembly, the AAP wants to ally with Congress, which doesn’t have even have a single MLA. He added that Arvind Kejriwal’s party had in 2015 claimed in its “Delhi Dialogue” that senior Congress leader might have been involved in the 1984 riots. “Today, Kejriwal meets Sheila Dikshit and takes photographs with her. She is the person against whom he had claimed to have charges of corruption running 370 pages and also talked about sending her to jail,” he said. Singh claimed that despite promising action against Congress leaders involved in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in their manifesto, investigation in the cases has hit hurdles. He claimed that witnesses weren’t being deposed properly and that victims of the violent riots are still living in dilapidated buildings in colonies like Tilak Nagar with no access to education, healthcare, or employment. “Today we want to ask them where are those employment opportunities which were to be offered to the victims,” Singh, who was joined by Delhi BJP Vice-President Rajiv Babbar said. Singh further claimed that AAP MLAs had withdrawn a resolution to revoke Rajiv Gandhi’s Bharat Ratna after pressure from Congress leaders. “At that moment the people of Delhi understood that there is connivance between Congress & Aam Aadmi Party,” he said. Singh said, “Aam Aadmi Party’s Head Arvind Kejriwal is adding insult to injury of the Sikhs by trying to form an alliance with the Congress.” In addition to this, Babbar said that Narendra Modi after becoming Prime Minister had formed a Special Investigation Team for an impartial probe into the cases related to the 1984 violence. He claimed that the probe has resulted in the life imprisonment of a former Congress MP and that another leader is absconding. But Babbar said this goes to show that the Modi-led government is determined about fulfilling its promises to the Sikh community.last_img read more

Two sisters die after consuming poison in North West Delhi

first_imgNew Delhi: Delhi Police on Thursday said that two sisters died after they consumed poison in North West Delhi’s Wazirpur Industrial area. The law enforcement agency claimed that before consuming the substance, both the sisters had a quarrel.According to police, both the sisters had a quarrel and younger sister was first to consume the poison. After the family members noticed her health was deteriorating, she was admitted to Deep Chand Bandhu Hospital on April 28 at 4.20pm. Also Read – Odd-Even: CM seeks transport dept’s views on exemption to women, two wheelers, CNG vehiclesFew hours after the incident of her younger sister, the elder sister also consumed poison. This time, the family members again noticed bad condition of the elder sister and rushed her to the hospital. She was admitted to the same hospital at 7.37pm. “Both the deceased were married in the same house,” police said. On 28 April, a quarrel took place between both the sisters. After which they consumed the harmful substance. Later, the cops were informed about the incident. Also Read – More good air days in Delhi due to Centre’s steps: JavadekarPolice further said that the marriage of younger sister was less than seven years hence SDM was informed and family did not allege any matrimonial dispute. “Younger sister died on April 29 and her postmortem was conducted on the same day. The elder one was expired on April 30. A slight dispute arises between the families which were amicably sorted out,” police said. The investigation in the case is going on to know the reason behind the dispute between the sister. This is not the first time that after the quarrel ended in taking the extreme step. Last year, a 34-year-old doctor allegedly died after jumping off from the fourth floor of his apartment in South Delhi’s Hauz Khas. On the day of the incident, the victim picked up a quarrel with his wife over some trivial issue. In another case, in March 2018 a 35-year-old man committed suicide with his wife and minor daughter at his residence in South East Delhi’s Govindpuri area. The husband committed suicide by consuming poison and administering poison to his wife and six-year-old daughter who also died.last_img read more