VANCOUVER — A woman with a degenerative and chronic illness has been told she qualifies for a medically assisted death, causing the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association to adjourn a lawsuit in her case.Julia Lamb has spinal muscular atrophy, a degenerative disease, and has been fighting for the right to medical assistance in dying.The Supreme Court of Canada declined to hear an appeal in December in a bid to accelerate the 28-year-old woman’s lawsuit.The civil liberties association launched the lawsuit in 2016, arguing the federal government’s law on medically assisted death is too restrictive because it is only available to people whose natural death has become “reasonably forseeable.”But the association says the government of Canada’s expert witness has admitted that Lamb would now qualify for an assisted death if she requests the procedure.Grace Pastine, the association’s litigation director, says the decision is a “huge victory for our client and for the many Canadians like her who might find themselves suffering unbearably with no end in sight.”“The government’s expert evidence provides new clarity to health-care providers. It confirms that Canadians who are seriously ill and face enduring and intolerable suffering have the right to die with dignity, even if they are not at or near the end of life and their deaths are not considered ‘forseeable.’” Earlier this month, Justice Christine Baudouin of the Quebec Superior Court ruled invalid the Criminal Code requirement that a natural death be “reasonably foreseeable” before someone can be eligible for assisted death. She also invalidated a section of the Quebec law that says people must “be at the end of life” to receive the procedure.The civil liberties association says if the federal government doesn’t appeal that ruling, reasonable foreseeability will no longer be a barrier to eligibility in Quebec after March 11, 2020.This report by The Canadian Press was first published Sept. 18, 2019.The Canadian Press
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The B.C. Conservation Officer Service received a report of a cougar sighting last week near Charlie Lake.North Peace BCCO Sergeant, Shawn Brinsky, says they did receive a report of a cougar sighting on the road within the area of Charlie Lake. Brinsky adds that it is not uncommon to see a cougar in that area.“Last week we received a reported sighting of a cougar crossing the road and in the past, it’s not uncommon to have cougar sightings in and around Charlie Lake and that side of Fort St. John.” Brinsky is reminding residents to keep their pets on a leash and to monitor children when outside to prevent injury or death from a cougar attack.Brinsky says it is also a good idea for parents to remind their children the safety tips of what to do if you encounter a cougar or other wild cat.Brinsky advises the public to stay alert and to report any further sightings to the RAPP line at 1-877-952-7277.Safety tips can be found on the Government of B.C.’s website.
Two bodies were found in Velanai at Kayts today, the police said.According to the police the bodies of a man and woman had been found in the area. Further investigations are underway to identify the two bodies. (Colombo Gazette)
“Should Scotland be an Independent Country?” by Paul Hamilton, associate professor of Political Science from 1:15 to 2:45 p.m.For more info and a full schedule of the day’s talks, click here.This public symposium is sponsored by the Council on Research in Social Science (CRISS) “Rock Action: Music, Culture and the Pros and Cons of Independence,” by Scott Henderson, associate professor of Communications, Popular Culture and Film, from 10:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Professors from Brock University’s departments of history, political science and popular culture are co-organizing a full-day symposium that will examine the upcoming referendum on Scottish independence from many different angles.The symposium – A “good year for a referendum” – takes place Friday, Sept. 12 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Sankey Chamber. The event is free and open to the public.Three centuries ago, the parliaments of England and Scotland joined forces as one country, Great Britain. Now, Scotland’s sovereignty movement is looking reclaim its nationhood back from Great Britain. On Sept. 18, four million people, will go to the polls to say “Yes” or “No” to the question: “Should Scotland be an independent country?”David Hutchison, from Glasgow Caledonian University in Scotland, will deliver the day’s keynote address from 3 to 4 p.m. He recently co-edited a book on mass media and the referendum, and his talk is entitled, “The Referendum and the Media: Perilous Voyage on Unknown Seas.”Throughout the day, Brock professors and guests will deliver presentations and answer questions related to the history, popular culture and politics of Scottish identity and independence. Highlights include:“A good year to hold a battle: 1314, the battle of Bannockburn and Scottish Independence,” by Andrew McDonald, professor of History from 9 to 10:30 a.m.
The UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the Japanese Meteorological Agency are sponsoring a special session at the UN World Conference on Disaster Reduction (WCDR), opening tomorrow in Kobe, Japan, to discuss a blueprint for the early warning system and a framework of effective coordination between the various partners involved in its implementation.UNESCO Director-General Koïchiro Matsuura has already laid out plans for such a mechanism, including deep water buoys, tide gauges and a regional tsunami alert centre at a cost of $30 million to be operational for the Indian Ocean by June 2006, expanding worldwide a year later. The system would alert people in coastal regions in a tsunami’s path to evacuate hours before the devastating waves struck. In 1968 UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) initiated a successful International Tsunami Warning System for the Pacific, presently the only one in the world, and this “has undoubtedly saved many lives over the past four decades of its existence,” Mr. Matsuura said, launching the new strategy last week at the Mauritius International Meeting on Small Island Developing States.“We have learned some important lessons and gained much experience in the Pacific, and this will prove invaluable in setting up a new global system,” he added, stressing the need for close cooperation with key institutional partners such as the UN World Meteorological Organization (WMO), donor countries and national authorities.The 26 December tsunami, which killed at least 160,000 people at latest count, injured more than half a million more and left 5 million others, over 1 million of them children, in need of basic services, is also dominating the work of other agencies. The Executive Board of the UN World Health Organization (WHO) began its 115th session today focusing on the need for early warnings to pre-empt diarrhoeal, respiratory and other deadly diseases that can follow hard on the heels of natural disasters when clean water is in short supply and the jammed conditions of emergency camps favour epidemic outbreaks.“The emergency phase is rapidly shifting to recovery, rehabilitation and self-reliance,” WHO Director-General Lee Jong-wook said in his opening statement. “Ultimately we are working towards a situation in which people are less vulnerable, and are protected from health threats by an effective global system of alert and response.“This transition from relief to reconstruction must take place smoothly, with sustained support. Otherwise, as we have seen with other disasters, communities can languish for many years in a state of dependence, with high levels of disease and mortality,” he added.WHO has outlined five key tasks that will be the focus of its work for the coming months: disease surveillance; long-term technical support; assessing and rehabilitating health services; strengthening the health supply chain; and supporting the coordination of medical and other relief staff.The UN International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) said today the tsunami’s shocking devastation serves as a compelling wake-up call to the world to fulfil its commitments to the poorest communities through the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which seek to slash in half such ills as extreme poverty, malnutrition and lack of access to health and education by 2015.“Focusing donors on eradicating worldwide poverty is paramount if we are to have any hope of helping people cope with future catastrophes like the one currently being experienced in Asia,” IFAD President Lennart Båge said. “Invariably when natural disasters strike it is the poorest people who suffer the greatest hardships.”It was a view shared by UN Development Programme (UNDP) Administrator Mark Malloch Brown, recently named Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s new Chief of Staff. “Clearly the fundamental lesson of natural disasters taken as a whole is [that] the poor suffer most,” he said in an interview in the 17 January issue of Newsweek International.“The sheer scale and timing of it was Biblical in character. We were all caught unaware. I went through the phases of not believing this was initially more than a typical natural disaster, to disbelief, to numbness, before realizing we had a huge natural catastrophe on our hands,” he added.Asked whether the disaster provided a chance for the UN show that it is truly a viable organization, given questions about its relevance during the debate on the Iraq war, he replied: “This is one of the things that even the United Nations’ critics usually acknowledge it’s good at – humanitarian intervention.“We had disaster teams on the ground within a day. We have very strong country offices in all the [affected] countries, who were already at work by the time those disaster teams arrived. We have a network of disaster partners from around the world who were quickly mobilized by this. We do this well.”But, he added, “I don’t think, in terms of the United Nations’ standing, that we’ll slay all the other ghosts we need to have good answers on – what happened with [the scandal-plagued Iraqi] Oil-for-Food [programme], and if there were management failings to address them. The United Nations needs to take a good, hard look at itself and go though a series of management reforms to make ourselves more effective.”
“Failure to respond promptly will have lasting consequences,” said Florence Rolle, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Representative to Malawi. “Flood-hit families risk harvesting nothing or very little this year, leaving them food insecure at the very outset of the agricultural season and undermining much of the progress being made in reducing food insecurity in Malawi.” she said.The Government hopes its plan will help to put affected farmers back on track to plant and harvest food during the agricultural season, and FAO will work closely with them to supply short-cycle varieties of maize, rice, sweet potato, cowpeas, vegetable seeds and cassava cuttings for urgent replanting. The hope is that some fields and crops could be ready by June, mitigating the need to rely on long-term humanitarian programs.At the same time, local families need new livestock to ensure animal protein intake, and irrigation facilities must be restored before the dry season to ensure food production. Untold numbers of goats and chickens have perished where waters rose with unexpected speed, while remaining livestock is at heightened risk of disease outbreaks.Malawi is regularly hit by floods and droughts, requiring emergency responses of varying size each year. This year, flooding has caused displacement of over 170,000 people, while an estimated 116,000 households have lost their crops and livestock. In Nsanje district alone, 79 people are confirmed dead with another 153 people still missing.This year’s rains have come ahead of their usual schedule, repeatedly bursting the banks along the Shire and Ruo rivers, and warnings of flash floods remain in place, with more rain forecast for the country’s North. The floods come after last year saw a bumper maize harvest, with overall cereal production rising by 8 per cent, reducing core food prices and cutting by more than half the number of people assessed as food insecure. With 86 per cent of the population living in rural areas and engaged in farming and livestock rearing, long-term watershed management infrastructures are urgently needed so that even intense flooding is less damaging than this year.The FAO has been working closely with the Government and other partners in Malawi to build more resilient livelihoods and reduce exposure to risks such as floods and dry spells. Last year, working alongside the UN Development Programme (UNDP), UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the World Food Programme (WFP), the FAO piloted an approach to building resilience, which integrates nutrition education, climate smart agricultural practices and disaster risk reduction.
Sortie d’Absinthe 2.0, l’occasion d’en apprendre plus sur le JailbreakHier Maxiscience annonçait la sortie imminente d’Absinthe 2.0. C’est désormais chose faite. Les utilisateurs d’un iDevice trouveront la dernière mouture du logiciel de Jailbreaking sur le site officiel. Le programme permet le Jailbreak des appareils d’Apple sous l’iOS 5.1.1. Une fois l’opération réalisée, les utilisateurs pourront télécharger des applications qui ne sont pas proposés par l’App Store et auront accès à toute une gamme de personnalisations supplémentaires.Si le Jailbreak ne vous évoque toujours rien, c’est l’occasion d’en apprendre un peu plus en lisant notre dossier sur ce thème. Les connaisseurs pourront, quant à eux, voir une petite démonstration du déverrouillage d’un iPhone 4 sous iOS 5.1.1 en vidéo, sur Maxisciences.Le 22 mai 2012 à 15:08 • Maxime Lambert
Carter’s Defense Secretary Harold Brown dies Updated: 2:07 PM KUSI Newsroom, Posted: January 6, 2019 KUSI Newsroom January 6, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsRANCHO SANTA FE (KUSI) – Former Defense Secretary Harold Brown, who served under President Jimmy Carter, died at his home in Rancho Santa Fe, his family announced Saturday.Brown, a nuclear physicist and Presidential Medal of Freedom honoree, died Friday. He was 91.Carter nominated Brown to be defense secretary in 1977, and Brown served throughout the president’s term.As defense secretary, he successfully championed increasing the Pentagon budget and led the charge to develop cutting-edge defense systems, including guided missiles, stealth aircraft and satellite surveillance.His tenure covered a period that included Soviet Union’s invasion of Afghanistan and the Iranian hostage crisis.Previously, in the John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson administrations, Brown held the posts of director of defense research and engineering and secretary of the Air Force.The man was born in New York City on Sept. 19, 1927, and attended public schools before heading to Columbia University on an accelerated wartime schedule, receiving an undergraduate degree in physics in 1945. He also attended graduate school at Columbia, receiving a doctorate in physics by age 21. Categories: California News, Local San Diego News, Politics FacebookTwitter
Inside Asian Gaming has announced Macau broadcast media company Lotus TV as Main Supporting Partner of the inaugural Asian Gaming Power 50 Gala Dinner, to be held in the Ballroom at Studio City, Macau on the evening of 23 November 2018.As Main Supporting Partner, Lotus TV will send a video crew to broadcast a live feed of the event on-site as well as producing a high-quality post-event video. They will also help promote the Asian Gaming Power 50 Gala Dinner in the lead-up. RelatedPosts Evan Winkler appointed President as Melco Resorts implements latest management overhaul Load More JW Marriott at Galaxy Macau named venue and Galaxy Entertainment Group named Venue Sponsor for 2019 Asian Gaming Power 50 Black Tie Gala Dinner 300-seat cap revealed for 2019 Asian Gaming Power 50 Gala Dinner at Galaxy Macau First published by IAG in 2008, the Asian Gaming Power 50 has become renowned as the definitive guide to the most influential people in the Asian gaming industry over the preceding 12 months.This year represents the first time IAG has celebrated the Asian Gaming Power 50 with a black tie gala dinner.The Asian Gaming Power 50 Gala Dinner will see IAG count down this year’s “Big 50” while guests enjoy a fine five-course meal, lively entertainment and the company of many industry peers and influencers. The list will be announced in a variety of interesting ways by renowned VIPs and government officials.The event will be emceed by Hong Kong duo Yamilette M. Cano and Jose Chan Rodrigues, who earlier this year emceed the highly successful G2E Asia Awards, co-organized by IAG.Following the official announcements, attendees of the Asian Gaming Power 50 Gala Dinner will also receive a copy of this year’s December edition of IAG in which the final 50 will be listed alongside detailed explanations of their respective finishing positions, how those positions compared with last year as well as who narrowly missed out and IAG’s “ones to watch” in the future.For sponsorship or ticketing inquiries, please contact Jadeson Ho on +853 6331 5577 or at email@example.com. Details of the sponsorship opportunities available can be found at www.iagpower50.com.
Dan Cohen AUTHOR Naval Air Station (NAS) Whiting Field, Fla., has been selected for the second year in a row as the Navy’s Southeast Region nominee for the Installation Excellence Award for small bases, the region’s commander announced last week.Much of the reason that Whiting Field, located near the tip of the Florida Panhandle, was recognized was its emphasis on building strong community-military bonds, including:partnering with Santa Rosa County to maintain a “Safe Community” designation for the county;partnering to secure property around the base to prevent incompatible development;incorporating 16 military family life counselors in area schools; andhosting military appreciation events for local military personnel and retirees.“Our county exemplifies an attitude that is unparalleled in maintaining, sustaining and enhancing lives of our military and their families,” Commanding Officer Capt. Todd Bahlau said according to a press release. “The cooperative effort between the county and NAS Whiting Field is truly what enables us to stand out among our peers.”NAS Whiting Field will continue on to compete at the Commander Navy Installations Command level against the top bases from other regions worldwide for the Navy-wide award. Those winners will compete with military bases from other services for the Commander in Chief awards. Last year, Whiting Field received the Navy-wide award in the small installation category.
Road accident logoA man was killed after being hit by a vehicle at Aruakandi village in Jhenaidah on Sunday.The deceased is Sirajul Islam, 30, son of Kawsar Mandal of the village, reports UNB.Emdadul Haq Sheikh, officer-in-charge of Sadar police station, said the accident took place in the area early in the morning, when a vehicle hit him while crossing the road, leaving him dead on the spot.However, police could not know which or what type of vehicle hit him, the OC added.
Road accident LogoA Kushtia court on Monday granted bail to bus driver of ‘Ganj-e-raj Paribahan’ and its owner in a case over the death of a baby girl in a road accident in the district town on 28 August, reports UNB.Kushtia senior judicial magistrate MM Morshed passed the order when their lawyers filed separate petitions for their bail before the court.Earlier on Sunday, members of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) in a drive arrested Joynal Abedin , the owner of ‘Ganj-e-raj Paribahan’ bus from his house in Faridpur district town. Later he was sent to jail.Besides, driver Mahid Mia alias Khokon surrendered before the court on Monday morning.Meanwhile, a ten-member probe body, formed by the government, visited the accident spot at Chourhash intersection in Kushita district town at noon.The team also visited the parents of Akifa.Akifa, a one-year-old daughter of Haruur Rashid, who sustained injuries after she fell from her mother Rina Akter’s lap when a bus of ‘Ganj-e-raj Paribahan’ hit the mother in Kushtia on 28 August, died at Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) on 30 August.Harunur Rashid, father of the deceased, filed the case against bus driver Khokon, its owner Joynul and supervisor Yunus with Kushita model police station on the same day.The video footage of the incident went viral on the social networking site Facebook, stirring uproar among the people.
The D.C. Chapter of Jack and Jill of America held their 25th Anniversary of Jumoke celebration at the Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus, nown as THEARC, in Southeast D.C. Feb. 22. The event focused on community strength and artistic and cultural awareness. It offered children the opportunity to have a good time with other children and families while learning about African American history. Jumoke, meaning “one who loves the child,” attracted children and parents from around the city. THEARC was packed with child-friendly arts and activities. Kids happily roamed the large facility with painted faces, sticky fingers and wide smiles. During the first half of the day, adolescents could participate in art and crafts, enjoy an open snack bar, get caricature drawings made, play Xbox Live games, workout with zumba, play basketball and much more. “ I got to paint my face!” young Chameleon Douglas exclaimed, while wiggling with excitement. “I got to eat snacks and see ballet dancers!” Later in the day, children enjoyed live performances from the Ballou High School Band, the Washington Ballet youth program and the Washington Performing Arts Society Children of the Gospel Choir. Mayor Vincent C. Gray stopped in to witness the fun. A slide show was also presented teaching a brief history of the African American culture, images accompanied by ‘Lift Ev’ry Voice, the Black National Anthem. Mom Tonya Isaacs said she brought her children out for a good time, but also for an education. “Anytime my children have the opportunity to celebrate their heritage, their culture and see other people doing the same, I mean it’s a phenomenal opportunity, one that I can’t pass up,” she said. THEARC is the first theater in Washington D.C.’s Ward 8. The theater, run by the nonprofit Building Bridges Across the River (BBAR), gives local residents access to arts and diverse cultural activities. THEARC hosts over 300 events each year and houses over 10 facilities, including the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, the Levine School of Music and the Washington Ballet. Simba Sana said he had as good a time as his daughter. “It just gives me a good feeling knowing that she’s doing something that she enjoys,” Sana said. “Once you see in your children that they love something, then as a parent your job is to help enforce that, push them and encourage them in the right direction.” Gina Adams, senior vice president of government affairs for FedEx and the chair of the Jumoke committee, said the celebration paid tribute to the importance of the arts in African-American culture. “This is very critically important to me, not just because it’s Black History Month and we’re celebrating our culture, but because of the impact that it has on our lives,” Adams said. “Everybody can participate in arts and music. It’s the great equalizer.”
Rudy Brown, owner of Stuff Haulers (Courtesy Photo)While many people want to recycle, some are unaware of how to do it properly. Rudy Brown takes each client through a unique process to manage unwanted items. Stuff Haulers is a junk removal company rooted in eco-friendly and pro-community practices.“I find out what it is they have and what type of condition it’s in so I can start deciding if this is something that can be donated, gostraight to recycling, or doesn’t have recyclable use,” Brown told the AFRO. He explained that a company representative goes to customers’ homes to personally sort through materials, load a truck, sweep up the mess, and haul everything away.As a cost-effective alternative to companies of this type, Brown services about 50 residents each month in Washington, D.C., Montgomery County, Maryland, and parts of Northern Virginia. “I feel like you don’t have to sacrifice purpose for profits. If you have strong beliefs in what you want to contribute to society and if you align that to your company’s core values from day one, then you can grow your business,” he said.Going to college seemed farfetched to Brown growing up in Oakland, California, “but a lot of people helped me along the way so I want to do something to give back,” Brown said. He started the company on the West Coast in 2009 “at which point the housing bubble burst and people stopped investing in properties and doing all these different things that were keeping my business afloat.”Since he was pursuing an education at the time, Brown relocated to D.C. where he attended Howard University and the University of Maryland, College Park. “Looking around in D.C, with all the people moving in, I thought it was a survival market for debris removal, and more importantly sensible or sustainable debris removal,” he says, so he re-launched his business in 2014.A few tips for those interested in recycling on their own: Although it’s cardboard, try not to mix greasy pizza boxes with recyclable items. “When cardboard gets contaminated from grease or food it can’t be recycled and can contaminate other items,” he said.In the District, the Fort Totten Transfer Station is a valuable resource. “They can take some of their items to be recycled whether it’s television or metals—free of charge,” he said. The site also gives free compost to those who have personal gardens. Lastly, for folks who have children, “it’s good to get the kids involved and make it fun for them,” Brown said. “Let them know that what they’re doing by taking that extra time to put things properly in the recycling bin is doing things for the environment so we can continue to have clean skies.”For more information, visit stuffhaulers.com or call 1-866-428-5626.
A 54-year-old man was arrested on Sunday in Ayia Napa on suspicion of selling laughing gas.According to police, at around 1am based on a tip off members of the force searched a nightclub in the resort.During the search three unused and 71 used ampules and 50 balloons were discovered and taken away as evidence.The search was carried out in the presence of the 54-year-old owner of the club, who before the search was seen by the officers selling a balloon to a tourist, which it is though contained laughing gas.He was arrested and taken to the station where he was charged in writing and released to be called to court at a later date.You May LikeCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityEarthquake insurance that fits your future plansCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoIcePopMan Notices A Strange Hole In This Lake, So He Gets A Drone, Flies It Inside And Captures ThisIcePopUndo Britain ramps up preparations for “very real prospect” of no-deal BrexitUndoA grotesque choice of prime minister for Britain?UndoTales from the Coffeeshop: Lies, lies and holy revelationsUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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" Chandrachud also stated that to deny LGBTQ community of their right to sexual orientation is a denial of their citizenship and a violation of their privacy The bench stating that homosexuality is not a mental disorder hoped for a better future "Constitution nurtures dissent as a safety valve of society we can’t change history but can pass way for better future" The apex court however said other aspects of Section 377 of IPC dealing with unnatural sex with animals and children shall remain in force The historic judgement came on a batch of writ petitions filed by dancer Navtej Jauhar journalist Sunil Mehra chef Ritu Dalmia hoteliers Aman Nath and Keshav Suri and business executive Ayesha Kapur and 20 former and current students of the IITs They had sought decriminalisation of consensual sex between two consenting adults of the same sex by declaring Section 377 illegal and unconstitutional The issue was first raised by the NGO Naaz Foundation which approached the Delhi High Court in 2001 The Delhi High Court had in 2009 decriminalised sex between consenting adults of the same gender by holding the penal provision as "illegal" This high court judgement was overturned in 2013 by the apex court which also dismissed the review plea against which the curative petitions were filed which are pending The writ petitions were opposed by Apostolic Alliance of Churches and Utkal Christian Association and some other NGOs and individuals including Suresh Kumar Kaushal Click here to follow live updates on Supreme Court verdict on Section 377 With inputs from PTI TheBengaluru Central University’s auditorium was already bustling with people and policemen in khaki uniforms as Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy had just attended an event commemorating Teacher’s Day on Wednesday As the clock struck one scores of people flooded into thesame auditorium — to commemorate journalist and activist Gauri Lankesh who was shot outside her home on 5 September 2017 People from all walks of life were in the room– activists journalists students and friends File image of Gauri Lankesh "It is a very difficult day for us This is the day we lost Gauri I remember the day she took on the role She slipped into it so beautifully" said VS Sridhar a member of the Gauri Memorial Trust addressing the people in the auditorium She fought for communal harmony in the country he said emphasising that more than a journalist she was an activist as she always tried to give a voice to the rights of those who needed to be represented In an attempt to draw a positive narrative to the day when Gauri was assassinated her namesake tabloid was given a second chance — relaunched as Nyaya Patha which translates to ‘The path of justice’ Wednesday’s cover story focussed on Gauri’s role in building the Gauri Lankesh Patrike and her plans for the future The paper carried other stories that focussed on subjects like violence freedom of expression the state of the governance the death of MM Kalburgi and demonetisation among other shorter pieces Vaasu HV a member of the editorial team said "Since the intention of people who killed Gauri was to silence her we have decided to never let that silence set in" Recalling the first time he came across Gauri when she joined her father’s paper — Lankesh Patrike — Vaasu said "Initiallywhen we realised that she was going to be taking control of the paper we were unhappy I even stopped buying the Lankesh Patrike but she really proved herself by embracing the role" He was initially dismissive because he never thought an English writing journalist would be able to handle a Kannada tabloid but she proved everyone wrong said Vaasu The road to resurrection wasn’t rosy The tabloid faced several hindrances after Gauri’s death Vaasu said that their office was seized by the police on 6 September last year a day after her murder but that did not deter them from working towards their goal of releasing a special edition commemorating their editor The last edition of the paper that Gauri had worked on was released on 12 September 2017 and was aptly titled Nanna Davi Adaguvudilla which meant ‘My voice cannot be silenced’ After dealing with ownership issues of the paper which involved Gauri’s family members the team decided to launch an online version of the tabloid titled Naanu Gauri but could not get it registered as the RNI (Registrar of Newspapers for India) rejected the title However the spirited team continued to publish pieces online and in tabloid form the latter being available only for private circulation Vaasu asserted that the idea of going online was already discussed in June 2017 when Gauri was still alive The Naanu Gauri website was launched in April 2018 He said that they had initially thought of launching the website on her birthday in January but couldn’t However they celebrated her birthday as a day of resistance and emphasised the plurality of the nation People close to Gauri and others who identify with and support her work gathered together to discuss what Gauri stood for Girish Thalikatte another journalist in the seven-member editorial team was quick on his feet as he was actively involved in the event premises He had been working with Gauri since she took charge of the Kannada tabloid “The aspirations and intentions of the paper remain the same as before” he said when asked about the tone that the new paper would embody Vaasu added that this time however they would focus on the youth as this is what Gauri had planned for the paper He said that they would focus less on district-wise reports and focus more on issues of the people The team also plans to extend their online operations and explore different ways to reach the audience The team constantly struggled with the RNI to settle on a name for the tabloid It was at this time that Ashok Murthy an activist and journalist from Sagara Karnataka decided to provide the already registered title of his paper—Nyaya Patha— which was discontinued two years ago The paper’s ownership would be shifted to the Gauri Media Trust in two month’s time and a formal deliberation would be made on the editor said Vaasu The Gauri Media Trust also plans on providing fellowships to journalists in the future A news websiteand a weekly tabloid Now Naanu Gauri would continue as a news website that would be updated on a daily basis along with a print edition for private circulation Nyaya Pratha on the other hand would be a weekly tabloid explained Vaasu He said that the support from people all over has been massive and overwhelming “Naanu Gauri has had 104 people contributing in 21 issues of the weekly paper which was started in April this year In total we have over 500 writers” Vaasu said Siddharth Varadarajan the founding editor of The Wire who was present at the relaunch said "Last year when we met under very tragic circumstances we took an important decision to carry on the work she had started This becomes very relevant now In light of recent events the voices of those who speak against oppression are silenced in every which way" Varadarajan also emphasised on the challenges that freedom of speech faces in the present socio-political climate addressing the recent arrest of journalists and human rights activists Indu Krishna a documentary filmmaker was also one of the people who attended the event Admitting that she did not know Gauri directly but believed in what the journalist stood for Krishna emphasised the freedom of speech and dissent and how it is being curbed in the country “The things that Gauri stood for becoming very relevant in these dangerous times” she said The investigation into Gauri’s murder has led the Karnataka and Maharashtra Police to arrest several suspects related to Right-wing Hindu groups and unearth links with past killings of other activists — Narendra Dabholkar and Govind Pansare in Maharashtra and MM Kalburgi in Dharwad Karnataka The author is a Bengaluru-based freelance writer and a member of 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