SARWA Shakhiya Kunbi Maratha, manomilan.com and Mata Ansuya marriage bureau jointly organised a marriageable meet at Vidarbha Sahitya Sangh (VSS) Hall recently. The meet was presided over by Sanjay Kale. Also present on the dais were Dr Rajkumar Kale, noted Homoeopath; Shaila.
THE Supreme Court is scheduled to hear on Monday the version of the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC), which was directed to complete within two weeks its preliminary inquiry against CB1 Director Alok Kumar Verma, who has been divested of his duties and sent on leave by the Centre.
The hearing assumes significance as Verma, who has a running feud with Special CBI Director Rakesh Asthana, has been appearing before the three-member CVC headed by K V Chowdary and is understood to have given point-wise refusal to all the allegations levelled against him by his deputy.
The SpiNNaker machine, designed and built in The University of Manchester in the UK, can model more biological neurons in real time than any other machine on the planet.
Biological neurons are basic brain cells present in the nervous system that communicate primarily by emitting ‘spikes’ of pure electro-chemical energy.
Neuromorphic computing uses large scale computer systems containing electronic circuits to mimic these spikes in a machine.
SpiNNaker is unique because, unlike traditional computers, it does not communicate by sending large amounts of information from point A to B via a standard network. Instead it mimics the massively parallel communication architecture of the brain, sending billions of small amounts of information simultaneously to thousands of different destinations.
bench comprising the CJi and Justice S K Kaul. The decision that a smaller bench would hear the case has come after the CJI, in his recent informal interaction with journalists, said that on Mondays and Fridays, when the apex court hears miscellaneous cases, only two-judge benches would sit.
The court had appointed former apex court judge A K Patnaik to supervise the ongoing inquiry of CVC against Verma. Besides issuing notices to the Centre and the CVC on the plea of Verma, the apex court, on October26, had also set a deadline of two weeks for the CVC to complete the preliminary inquiry against the CB1 director. It had also barred IPS officer M Nageswara Rao, who has been given interim charge of the CBI, from taking any major decision.
Kale, Dr Abhivilas Nakhate, Director, Shivteertha Agro Tourism; Sunita Nakhate, Prof. Jayshree Kale, Rameshwar Raut and Sudhanshu Mohod.
Wasudeo Konge and Dilip Wankhede were felicitated for their selfless contribution to marriageable candidates.
A full colour booklet ‘Sakhe Sajani’ was published on the occasion.
THE Centre on Monday disclosed to the Supreme Court the pricing details for the 36 Rafale jets that were negotiated on “better terms” and said it “completely followed” the Defence Procurement Procedure laid out in 2013 and secured the CCS approval before the deal that has whipped up a political storm was inked with France.
The submission bv the Centre was made in a 14-page document titled “Details of the steps in the decision making process leading to the award of 36 Rafale fighter aircraft order” that has since been made public.
But the pricing details provided in a sealed cover remained in the custody of the top court. Initially, the Centre was reluctant to part with the information on pricing saying it was not even disclosed in Parliament.
The details of the decision making process and pricing were placed in the court in compliance with its October 31 order. The court will now peruse both the documents and take up the matter on Wednesday.
A senior law officer, who did no t want to be identified, said, “subject to various reservations, the price details of the deal has been filed in a sealed cover in the apex court”.