Cim Financial Services Ltd (CIM.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Financial sector has released it’s 2017 interim results for the half year.For more information about Cim Financial Services Ltd (CIM.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Cim Financial Services Ltd (CIM.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Cim Financial Services Ltd (CIM.mu) 2017 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileCim Financial Services Limited (Cim Group) is headquartered in Mauritius that is regulated by the bank of Mauritius as a non-banking deposit taking institution and licenced by the Financial Services Commission as a credit financing institution offering a range of credit. The company avails individual consumers, SMEs and large corporates with financial services such as consumer finance, crediLimited t card, forex, leasing and factoring. Cim Financial Services is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
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News UpdatesBengaluru Urban The Worst COVID-19 District In Country: Karnataka HC Mustafa Plumber6 Oct 2020 5:59 AMShare This – xThe Karnataka High Court has observed that Bengaluru Urban District is one of the worst affected Districts in the entire country in terms of the number of COVID-19 infections. However, no efforts are made by the Monitoring Committee appointed to monitor the functioning of the Private COVID-19 hospitals in the city. A division bench of Chief Justice Abhay OKa and Justice Aravind Kumar…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 Karnataka High Court has observed that Bengaluru Urban District is one of the worst affected Districts in the entire country in terms of the number of COVID-19 infections. However, no efforts are made by the Monitoring Committee appointed to monitor the functioning of the Private COVID-19 hospitals in the city. A division bench of Chief Justice Abhay OKa and Justice Aravind Kumar on going through the report submitted by the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) Committee noted “Unfortunately, it appears that there is no effort made by the Monitoring Committee appointed which is known as Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) Committee to monitor the functioning of the Private COVID-19 hospitals in the city. Perhaps, maximum private COVID-19 hospitals must be in the city of Bengaluru. There is nothing placed on record to show that BBMP Committee has inspected any of the private hospitals.” The court further said “It must be noted here that in terms of the number of active COVID-19 cases, the State of Karnataka is at the second place in the entire country. Moreover, as repeatedly noted by us in our earlier orders, the positive cases in the State are rising everyday. Bengaluru Urban District, perhaps, is one of the worst affected Districts in the entire country in terms of the number of COVID-19 infections.” The Supreme Court had directed the state governments to set up expert committees to monitor the functioning of Covid-19 Hospitals. The bench on going through the reports submitted by the District Committees noted “A perusal of the reports of some of the District Committees annexed to the memo shows that barring a few exceptions, a very casual exercise appears to have been undertaken for the inspection of COVID-19 hospitals.” It added “The object of directing regular inspection of COVID-19 hospitals in the State is not to find fault with the doctors and medical/paramedical staff who have been working relentlessly in COVID-19 hospitals for the last six months. In fact, the services rendered by all of them must be appreciated. The object is to ensure that the hospitals are best equipped so that the doctors and other staff who are relentlessly working will be able to discharge their duties in a better manner. The second reason why we have directed constant monitoring of the availability of facilities, food, etc. in COVID-19 hospitals is that once a person infected with COVID-19 is admitted to such hospitals, his contact with his family members becomes minimum. Therefore, even if such a person is suffering due to lack of amenities in COVID Hospitals, he is not in a position to make a complaint or a grievance.” The bench directed the State Government to consider providing a helpline for the benefit of such patients and their relatives who can get in touch with the concerned authorities, if the patient is not being given proper treatment or the COVID-19 hospital lacks proper facilities. The BBMP Level Committee to submit a detailed report about its functioning. It reiterated that the State should set up a mechanism which will constantly monitor the conditions of COVID-19 hospitals in the State. Oxygen Cylinders Supply The bench has directed the state government to inform the court in what manner it is implementing the order of Government of India dated 25th September 2020 issued by the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers (Department of Pharmaceuticals), in regards to regulating the price of the oxygen supplied to the hospitals. The government had informed the court that the daily requirement of medical oxygen for COVID-19 patients is approximately 235.56 metric tons per day and the actual availability of oxygen is 374 metric tons per day. To which court said “The issue is of proper and equitable distribution and supply of oxygen. Merely stating that adequate supply of oxygen is available in the city of Bengaluru is not sufficient. The question is whether the hospitals in the State which are treating COVID-19 patients are receiving adequate supply of oxygen. The response of the State shall be filed within a period of one week from today.” It added “The State will have to also point out the steps taken to ensure that adequate oxygen supply is made available to the hospitals in the rural and remote areas in the State.”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 Story
Top Stories’Just Because There Is A Problem With Vedanta, You Won’t Manufacture Oxygen And Let People Die?’ Supreme Court Asks Tamil Nadu Govt Mehal Jain23 April 2021 7:36 AMShare This – x”There is an Article of the Constitution which requires that the ownership and control of the material resources of the community are distributed equally for the common good. The Tamil Nadu state knows this and understands this!”, observed CJ S. A. Bobde on Friday.The bench of the CJ, Justices L. Nageswara Rao and Ravindra Bhat was hearing a plea filed by Vedanta, seeking permission to reopen its copper plant in Madras so as to be able to supply medical oxygen free of charge to help the country while it is facing an acute shortage of medical oxygen. The Court was apprised of the reluctance of the Tamil Nadu government in resuming operation of the plant in view of the public sentiment in the state and apprehensions of a law and order situation.The attention of the bench was drawn to the submissions of the advocate general of the state of Tamil Nadu before the Madras High Court (in its suo motu cognisance of the COVID situation in the state yesterday) that the state is an “oxygen-surplus state” and that “it has more oxygen than it needs” and therefore, there is no need to run the plant.”The whole point of this exercise is that it is the people all over the country who need oxygen! With respect to everybody’s sentiments, that is why we are looking into the problem! ‘We are surplus in oxygen so we won’t produce any even if you need it’? What kind of reasoning is that? Just because there is a problem with Vedanta, you won’t manufacture oxygen and let people die? I have never heard of such an argument from the state government!”, observed the CJ.”We are not interested in Vedanta or A, B or C running it! We want oxygen to be produced from a facility that is capable of producing it! When people are dying, the state government says that we won’t run the plant because it may lead to law and order problems? Keep Vedanta out! Fulfil your responsibility of manufacturing oxygen!”, said CJ Bobde.SG Tushar Mehta had told the bench, “The country is in bad need of oxygen. The way the central government allocates it, it is not that the oxygen manufactured in a state will be confined to that state only. Orissa oxygen can also come to Rajasthan. The capacity (of the Vedanta plant) is 1000 MT. The central government is not concerned with Tamil Nadu or Vedanta. Law and order cannot be cited as the issue when people are dying. We have the potent capacity, why can’t we use it to produce oxygen if people need it?””Please don’t labour on a point which we already know. There is an Article in the Constitution that says that material resources of the community have to be so distributed equally so as to subserve the common good. It is a DPSP [Article 39(b)]. Tamil Nadu knows and understands this. Let Tamil Nadu manufacture. On Monday, we will hear about production of Oxygen”, said the CJ.Senior advocate CS Vaidyanathan, appearing for the state of Tamil Nadu assured that he will speak to the government officials and get back to the Court on reopening the plant on Monday.At the beginning of the hearing, Mr. Vaidyanathan had told the bench that there is a “total lack of confidence in Vedanta”, that after the court’s reaction yesterday, “people had come out on the streets”. “Yesterday, there was no law and order situation. We were not aware that there is a law and order situation yesterday. If you are saying so, then the situation is different. Have you said this on oath?”, CJ Bobde had said at the threshold.”I can file an affidavit today. There is so much opposition that I don’t want to create a remedy which is worse than the disease. I don’t want there to be any confrontation unnecessarily. 2018 should not be repeated (In May 2018,the state police resorted to firing to disperse a group of protestors gathered against renewal of the plant’s certificates, which proved fatal to 13 protesters). There is a provision in the Disaster Management Act in section 65 under which even the central government can take over the plant.Let the central government and the state government talk”, suggested Mr Vaidyanathan.”Somebody please say something concrete! People are dying for want of oxygen! Please be sure! Why must we not manufacture oxygen if people need it?”, reprimanded the CJ.Senior Advocate Colin Gonsalves, appearing for “the families of those severely affected by the plant”, advanced, “We have a point of view. We are opposing the plant. Some of us had died, some of us got cancer from its toxic fumes. We have strong feelings against the plant operating”Mr. Gonsalves, however, signified that there is no problem if the Tamil Nadu government takes over the plant, that in such case, the operation may commence from tomorrow or the day after. “For the last 3 years, it has been the state only which has control of the plant. They have a committee of engineers…”, he advanced.Copper manufacturer Vedanta Ltd has moved an urgent application before the Supreme Court seeking permission to re-open its plant in Tamil Nadu – which has been closed for violations of environmental laws – saying that it wanted to help the country with free production of medical oxygen for COVID patients.In December last year, the Supreme Court(bench led by Justice RF Nariman) had rejected the interim plea made by the Vedanta for allowing it to re-open the plan. A second application made by the company with the same demand was also rejected by the Supreme Court in January this year.The company had moved the top court challenging the Madras High Court verdict of August 2020 that dismissed Vedanta’s writ petition to reopen its copper smelter and upheld the state government’s decision to shut it down. TagsSupreme Court Chief Justice S A Bobde Justices L. Nageswara Rao Justice Ravindra Bhat Next Story
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Image: The Roma East project will recover CSG from acreage situated north-east of Wallumbilla. Photo: courtesy of Michal Jarmoluk from Pixabay. Australian LNG firm Santos-led Gladstone Liquefied Natural Gas (GLNG) joint venture (JV) announced that the A$750m (£411.1m) Roma East natural gas development project in Queensland, Australia, is now fully operational with the commissioning of the natural gas compression facility.First gas from the Roma East field flowed earlier this year and the latest move marks a significant milestone in the project development.The Roma East greenfield project will recover coal seam gas (CSG) from acreage situated north-east of Wallumbilla.The recovered CSG will be exported through a remote Nodal Compressor Station (R-NCS-01) to the existing Roma Hub 02 and through to the GLNG Plant on Curtis Island.In addition to Santos, GLNG JV comprises Petroliam Nasional Berhad (Petronas), Total, and Korean Gas Corporation (KOGAS).Roma East Project to deliver 50PJ of additional gas production each yearSantos CSG developments vice-president Rob Simpson said: “The compression facility is now taking gas from the 200 new wells which have been brought online since the start of construction.“Production from Roma has been building nicely and is now about 118 TJ. I am particularly pleased that we were able to bring forward the expansion of 3G and 4G telecommunication services at Summer Hills.“This has fixed significant black spots in the country north of Wallumbilla and along the Warrego Highway, benefiting local residents.”The project, which is currently under development, is expected to add around 50 petajoules (PJ) a year to gas production in Queensland in 2020.The project involves bringing 480 wells online, drilling of 430 new wells which connect the existing appraisal wells, and includes 420km of water, gas gathering and other pipelines, 120 TJ per day of additional compression, 670km of power lines, 25km of fiber optic cables and a new water-handling facility for irrigation.Since 2011, Santos and GLNG partners have invested almost A$20bn (£10.9bn) in regional Queensland.Earlier this year, Santos secured approval for an environmental management plan (EMP) for the Tanumbirini 2H and Inacumba 1/1H wells in Exploration Permit 161 in the McArthur Basin.Exploration Permit 161 is located approximately 350km south-east of Katherine in the McArthur Basin, east of Daly Waters. Santos is the operator of the permit with 75% interest. Santos-led GLNG JV’s Roma East natural gas development project in Queensland is fully operational