Xiang Jing + Qu Guangci Sculpture Studio / aterlier100s+1

first_imgShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/614753/xiang-jing-qu-guangci-sculpture-studio-aterlier100s-1 Clipboard Area:  1257 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Xiang Jing + Qu Guangci Sculpture Studio / aterlier100s+1 Projects CopyWarehouse, Exhibition Center, Houses•Beijing, China Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/614753/xiang-jing-qu-guangci-sculpture-studio-aterlier100s-1 Clipboard ArchDaily Xiang Jing + Qu Guangci Sculpture Studio / aterlier100s+1Save this projectSaveXiang Jing + Qu Guangci Sculpture Studio / aterlier100s+1 China Save this picture!© Zeng Renzhen+ 21Curated by Fernanda Castro Share “COPY” Photographs:  Zeng RenzhenSave this picture!© Zeng RenzhenRecommended ProductsMetallicsKriskadecorMetal Fabric – Outdoor CladdingLouvers / ShuttersLunawoodThermowood BattensMetallicsTECU®Copper Surface – Classic CoatedLouvers / ShuttersTechnowoodSunshade SystemsText description provided by the architects. The mountain shape building gradually setback towards northwest, in case of that, the pressure from huge building volume has been reduced, meanwhile, realizing better lighting and ventilation.Save this picture!© Zeng RenzhenAccording to “Mountain” shape, three dimension routes have been organized between southeastern courtyard to roof courtyard.Save this picture!© Zeng RenzhenCorridors, external and internal stairs, stones, plants have been organized by connection between skylights and pavilion etc.Save this picture!© Zeng RenzhenSave this picture!SectionSave this picture!© Zeng RenzhenChinese courtyard concept has been embedded in the whole building by contract between emptiness and concrete, sparse and dense, turn and return.Save this picture!© Zeng RenzhenNote: This project was originally published in 5 April, 2015Project gallerySee allShow lessHUAYI SPACE Showroom / Co-Direction DesignSelected ProjectsTukwila Urban Center Bridge / LMN ArchitectsSelected Projects Share 2013 Year:  Architects: aterlier100s+1 Area Area of this architecture project Warehouse “COPY” CopyAbout this officeaterlier100s+1OfficeFollowProductsWoodBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsIndustrial ArchitectureWarehouseCultural ArchitectureMuseums & ExhibitExhibition centerResidential ArchitectureHousesMuseums and LibrariesCulturalCultural CenterBeijingIndustrial ArchitectureWoodIcebergHousesChinaPublished on August 24, 2019Cite: “Xiang Jing + Qu Guangci Sculpture Studio / aterlier100s+1” 23 Aug 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Read commentsBrowse the CatalogPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesTechnowoodSiding Façade SystemWindowsMitrexSolar WindowMetal PanelsAurubisPatinated Copper: Nordic Green/Blue/Turquoise/SpecialMetal PanelsDri-DesignMetal Panels – CopperIn architectureSikaBuilding Envelope SystemsExterior DeckingLunawoodThermowood DeckingMembranesEffisusFaçade Protection – Breather+Metal PanelsPure + FreeFormCustom Metal Cladding – Legacy Fund 1 BuildingWood Boards / HPL PanelsInvestwoodWood Fiber Partition Walls – ValchromatDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile FILO 10 Vertical Pivot Door | BrezzaSkylightsFAKROEnergy-efficient roof window FTT ThermoToilets / BidetsBritexToilets – Accessible Centurion PanMore products »Read commentsSave想阅读文章的中文版本吗?向京+瞿广慈雕塑工作室 / aterlier100s+1是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my streamlast_img read more

One in 20 New Zealanders using cannabis for medical reasons – study

first_imgStuff co.nz 22 April 2016Family First Comment: Of which 70% use it recreationally anyway! Sounds like California.But here’s the key finding:“Both medicinal and non-medicinal users reported physical or mental health harm from their use of cannabis, but a significantly larger proportion of those using the drug medicinally reported mental health harm.”One in 20 Kiwis use cannabis for “medical purposes”, but 70 per cent of those also use it for recreation, researchers say.A study published in the New Zealand Medical Journal on Friday found five per cent of Kiwis over the age of 15 had used cannabis for medicinal purposes in the past year.Of that group, about 70 per cent said they also used the drug recreationally.Researchers from the University of Victoria, Wellington drew on representative data from the New Zealand Health Survey 2012-13 to find out more about medicinal cannabis users to better inform health professionals.The findings supported making cannabis legally available by prescription only, giving doctors the ability to minimise potential harm, the study authors said.Getting accurate information about how and why patients used cannabis was important for GPs, but difficult due to the drug’s illegal status, they said.A Green Party survey of GPs in 2003 found 20 per cent knew they had patients who used cannabis medicinally.The survey also showed 32 per cent of GPs would consider prescribing medicinal cannabis products if they were legal, and 10 per cent of doctors had patients they felt could benefit from cannabis.The New Zealand Health Survey data revealed 40 per cent of those who had used cannabis medicinally in the last year did so because of pain, while 27 per cent used it for anxiety, 26 per cent for depression, and 11 per cent for nausea.Both medicinal and non-medicinal users reported physical or mental health harm from their use of cannabis, but a significantly larger proportion of those using the drug medicinally reported mental health harm.The study authors said that suggested medicinal cannabis users would need monitoring for mental health problems and they supported the decriminalisation of medicinal cannabis use.“Making medicinal use of cannabis legal, but only with a prescription, may help reduce the harm to medicinal users as they would be able to get advice about how much cannabis to use, and safer methods of use, such as the use of a vaporiser or as a tea.”It would depend on doctors having knowledge about safe cannabis use though, they said.The study also found that cannabis users were more likely to be male.Among those aged between 15 and 24, nine per cent said they used cannabis for medicinal reasons, and 14 per cent had used it recreationally.Maori had the highest prevalence of medicinal use, although New Zealand Europeans, by sheer weight of numbers, were more likely to be medicinal users.http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/79193936/one-in-20-new-zealanders-using-cannabis-for-medical-reasons–study.adaptive.htmlKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.last_img read more

Guardiola downplays Champions League pressure on Man City

first_img Loading… Read Also: UCL: How Chelsea will lineup against Bayern after latest injuries “We have to beat them for us, for this year and for the future. It’s similar to when we beat Barcelona here in the group stage. “These kind of games for us for our club without a lot of presence in Europe because we are just there for the last decade is so important for the players and the club – all the workers, people working here, for our fans. It is so important.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 “Atletico, they beat Liverpool, the best team in the world. There are many incredible teams. “But it’s an important first step. To beat Real Madrid is incredible, but we have to go to Portugal.“ Guardiola added: “Of course it is important. For Real Madrid or Barcelona to beat one big team in the last 16 is normal, but for us when we face Madrid we said if we want to win the Champions League we have to beat them. Pep Guardiola downplayed pressure on his Manchester City players despite their landmark win against Real Madrid on Friday night. Man City now face Lyon in the Champions League quarter-finals after a 2-1 victory against Los Blancos on the night – and a 4-2 aggregate triumph. However, Guardiola quickly dismissed any suggestion this was his side’s best chance of finally conquering Europe. He said: “You speak with all the teams, they’ll think the same, why are we so special? “I don’t see one reason why. To win this Champions League you have to beat a lot of teams. “Still there is Bayern Munich, Barcelona, Napoli, Lyon. We played Lyon last season and they won and drew. “We couldn’t beat them. We have experience but I know their manager, their quality.Advertisement Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?A Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearThailand’s 10 Most Iconic Landmarks11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The Worldlast_img read more

Our Own battle to second Masters title

first_imgBy Frederick HalleyTORONTO, Canada – Our Own Sports Club became the first team to capture two Toronto Cup titles when they turned back the challenge of Canadian Legends in last Sunday’s Masters Over-40 final, played at the University of Toronto ground, Scarborough here.Set 106 for victory, after limiting their opponents to 105 for eight in their allotted 20 overs, Our Own reached 106 for seven in 18 overs.The tense three-wicket victory over their Canada-based counterparts was also reminiscent of their two-wicket triumph over the Guyana Floodlights Softball Cricket Association (GFSCA) in the inaugural final, played at the same venue in 2015.MVP Asif Ally receives his trophy and monetary award (personal donation from businessman Saheed Ali) in the presence of Toronto deputy mayor Michael Thompson.As in 2015, Our Own skipper Mahendranauth ‘Bobby’ Parasnauth opted to ask the opposition to take first strike and again his decision proved decisive and correct despite some anxious moments as victory approached.Canadian Legends huffed and puffed their way to what seemed an inadequate 105 for eight in the face of some damp conditions, occasioned by a wet playing surface and outfield.Ironically, Troy Gobin, former Guyana Under-19 batsman, who was the mainstay of Our Own’s batting with an undefeated 43 in 2015, led Canadian Legends this time around with a top score of 33, holding the top half of the batting together as wickets tumbled around him.Stuttering at 54 for six in the 11th over, Gobin, who struck a single boundary in his solid knock, received fine support from Shazam Baksh (15), the two adding 49 for the seventh wicket to bring some respectability to the total. Opener Richard Driffield with 16 (one four and a six) also contributed while extras were a healthy 23 (13 wides).The ever-green Aftab Shamsudeen, who made the early inroads, finished with two for 13, Anil Mahadeo two for 21, Anil Veerasammy one for seven, Parasnauth one for 12 and Imran Ali one for 18.Like Canadian Legends, Our Own also stuttered at the top, losing the key wickets of openers Hemnarine Chattergoon and Uniss Yusuf cheaply.It took the experience of New York-based Asif Ally who anchored the middle and lower-order brilliantly to take Our Own to a deserved victory. By the time Ally was dismissed for a top score of 36, which included four fours, the eventual winners only needed 14 runs to compete victory.The burly Jai Deonath, who caused the early damage, finished with the impressive figures of three for 16 in his four overs while Shazam Baksh supported with two for six in his lone over.Asif Ally copped the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award, earning a gold chain andPlayer-of-the-tournament Uniss Yusuf poses with his award.pendant, sponsored by Gologistics and engraved by Trophy Stall. Chien Gittems (Canadian Legends) took home prizes for registering the highest score (90) and the most runs (143) while Shamsudeen copped the prize for the best bowling figures – four for 19.Our Own’s Yusuf was voted the Player-of-the-Tournament after tallying 128 runs and claiming six wickets.Apart from capturing the winning trophy, Our Own were also the recipients of US$2500 while Canadian Legends collected US$200 and the runners-up trophy. Both teams were also the recipient of medals. The trophies and medals were sponsored by Trophy Stall (Guyana).The occasion was graced by the presence of Toronto’s deputy mayor Michael Thompson and councillor Jennifer McKelvie of Ward 25 – Scarborough Rouge Park.last_img read more

Clippers vs. Mavericks: 3 trends to watch in their NBA playoff series

first_imgLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — On the first night of the NBA playoffs, the Clippers took care of business.In a wild 118-110 win over the Dallas Mavericks, the Clippers were able to withstand Luka Doncic’s 42-point playoff debut, in part thanks to a controversial call that drew near-universal criticism.But what are the storylines to follow as the series unfolds? What might apply to the future games? A quick look at three trends to watch:Under the skinIt was a whistle that drew the ire of the Mavericks and the NBA world: Kristaps Porzingis stepped in to a fracas between Marcus Morris and Doncic, and received a technical foul for escalating the conflict. It’s a guideline that is explicitly spelled out in the rule book, but even Morris thought it was a bit much. For Lakers’ LeBron James, Jacob Blake’s shooting is bigger issue than a big Game 4 victory “I didn’t think it was enough to get technical fouls,” he said. “I wish that Porzingis played because it’s playoffs, man. Nobody should get thrown out in the playoffs.”Doc Rivers and the Clippers coaching staff probably didn’t cry too much about it. Especially in a close game.But the incident illustrates an important experience disparity between the Clippers and the Mavericks: Porzingis is 25 and Doncic is 21. While both have playoff experience in other leagues, they’ve never been in the NBA playoffs before, where every possession matters. Minor dust-ups that aren’t a big deal in the regular season can end up being costly.The Clippers, on the other hand, are full of vets not afraid to get in a scrap, including Morris, Montrezl Harrell, Joakim Noah and instigator-in-chief Patrick Beverley. They provoke, play physically and understand getting emotional reactions out of their opponents can work to their advantage.“That’s what they do,” Porzingis said. “Not their main guys but some of their other guys, that’s their job, that’s part of their game. And we can’t fall into that.” Game 4 photos: Luka Doncic, Mavs shock Clippers in overtime Clippers hope they can play to their capabilities, quell Mavericks’ momentum What the Clippers are saying the day after Luka Doncic’s game-winner tied series, 2-2 center_img It’s not an every-game closing look, but it’s a strong one to have in pocket. Trading for Morris is paying off in a big way already.“The way Marcus played tonight, being able to switch on both defenders, being able to score rebounding, he just did a little bit of everything for us,” George said. Lesson learned? Porzingis said he wouldn’t fall for the bait again. But is he the one that might get hooked next?On the play in which Porzingis got tossed, Doncic was the one who approached Morris, not the other way around – it was clear throughout the night from his heightened intensity that emotions were welling up for him. By the final possessions, Doncic looked completely wiped. It’s going to have to be something he watches out for in future games.Defending LukaThe Clippers saw history made against them, but were also close to making history themselves: No player has ever scored more than Doncic’s 42 points in his postseason debut. But his 11 turnovers were one away from tying James Harden for the most in a playoff game.How exactly does one assess that performance? A mixed review.“I thought we guarded him pretty well,” Rivers said. “I thought what we did poorly, what shows his greatness, is every time we made a mistake on the weak side, he found that guy and that guy made a shot.”Doncic may just be a second-year player, but as a playmaker, he’s a surgeon. He can muscle his way inside and score, as he showed last night. But when the Clippers defense collapsed on him, he expertly picked apart backside openings. Mavericks guards Seth Curry and Tim Hardaway Jr. started a little hotter than they finished, but they did a lot of damage. Clippers like Beverley and Reggie Jackson got caught ball-watching on Doncic as the guys they were guarding either hit backside threes or cut in to take pocket passes.Early in the game, the Clippers had success smothering Doncic with selective double teams. But Doncic adjusted, giving up just four of his turnovers in the second half. The Clippers want to limit his playmaking – they’ll take the stepbacks and contested looks in midrange.“I didn’t mind his basket attacks,” Rivers said. “I didn’t mind his threes. I mind our help so he could get the assists. I’ll give up the points to him, I just don’t want to give up the points and the assists. I think we allowed him to have both tonight.”Going small with Marcus MorrisThe Clippers benefited from Porzingis’ absence in crunch time, if only because it gave a good look at their small lineup, which gave them the edge in winning time.The Clippers trotted out Morris at five alongside Paul George and Kawhi Leonard, plus Lou Williams and Patrick Beverley. For five minutes, that lineup outscored the Mavericks by seven in a critical fourth-quarter stretch. The Clippers’ best lineup by plus-minus was the one that started the game thanks to a crushing 10-0 opening run, but the small look was one that offered scoring, defense, and five 3-point shooters.It’s a variation on a lineup the Clippers have used at other times this year with Harrell in for Morris, a group that has a plus-14 net rating in the scant minutes they’ve been on the floor together. While the Clippers have played extremely well with Zubac on the floor this year, a switchable lineup has a ton of value depending on matchups. Harrell has been out of pocket for nearly a month, so Morris might assume the closing role depending on when Trezz can get his conditioning up.Related Articles Clippers’ Paul George: ‘If I make shots, this series could be a little different’ Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

Yaya Toure leaves Olympiakos after playing only five matches

first_imgA Champions League winner with Barcelona in 2009, Toure only started three games since returning to Greece as a free agent in September.Toure was one of Manchester City’s key signings that helped the club win three Premier League titles but was released at the end of last season.Toure has made 101 international appearances and scored 19 goals for the Ivory Coast.Share on: WhatsApp Piraeus, Greece | AFP | Former Manchester City and Barcelona midfielder Yaya Toure has left Olympiakos for a second time, after only playing five times, the Greek Super League club announced on Tuesday.Toure, 35, joined Olympiakos three months after originally making his mark in Europe with the Greek side during the 2005-2006 season.“Olympiacos FC and Yaya Toure would like to announce to the fans that they have mutually agreed to end their cooperation,” an announcement by the club said.“Yaya is leaving as a friend and the doors at Olympiacos will always be open for him,” the announcement added.last_img read more

Phillips leads the Brabazon qualifiers

first_img15 May 2018 Phillips leads the Brabazon qualifiers Tags: Brabazon, Camberley Heath Surrey’s Cameron Phillips shot six-under 65 at Camberley Heath, in his home county, to lead the qualifiers for the Brabazon Trophy.Phillips, from Hindhead, topped the leaderboard in the southern qualifier, finishing two shots clear of his closest rivals, Tom Thurloway (Chartham Park, Sussex) and George Saunders (Meon Valley, Hampshire),Altogether 14 players beat par at Camberley Heath, with another 14 matching par. In total, 39 players qualified with the cut falling on one-over.In the north, the 39 qualifiers at Fairhaven, Lancashire, were led by Callan Barrow (Royal Lytham & St Annes) and Sam Done (Kenwick Park, Lancashire), who both scored two-under 70.Ten players beat par at Fairhaven and the cut fell on three-over.The qualifiers go forward to join the 78 exempt players in the Brabazon Trophy – the English men’s open amateur stroke play – at Frilford Heath, Oxfordshire, from 31 May to 3 June.The Brabazon Trophy is one of amateur golf’s most prestigious titles and past champions include Major winners Sandy Lyle and Charl Schwartzel, while Justin Rose, Rory McIlroy and GolfSixes winner, Paul Dunne and Gavin Moynihan are all among the past challengers.There’s free admission for spectators.Caption: Cameron Phillips who shot six-under in the southern qualifier. (Image copyright Mark Sandom)last_img read more

Top-class education for rural poor

first_img2 August 2005Over six years, the Winterberg School Trust has integrated 12 basic farm schools scattered across the Eastern Cape into a single organisation providing quality education for rural children. The vision of two farmers’ wives and a host of donors have transformed the school, nestling in a valley 25km from the town of Tarkastad, into a top facility offering skills-based development to parents, teachers and children.For many years, farm schools were scattered throughout the 100 800 hectare district. Each school provided rudimentary education in mixed-grade classes, and then only up to grade seven.For those children wanting to extend their education to grade eight and beyond, it meant locating to township schools in larger towns far from their homes, which for most parents was unaffordable and unsafe.It has taken more than six years to amalgamate 12 farm schools into the Winterberg School Trust, which provides quality education to learners from grade R (reception year) to grade nine in single-grade classes.Registered as a non-profit organisation in 1990, the trust was initiated by local farmers’ wives, Barbara Scott and Joanne King, along with some of the current trustees, notably Prof Paul Webb of the University of Port Elizabeth.With generous financial help from both local and international corporations and individual funders, the school now has a complex of modern face-brick buildings with facilities to provide academic and skills-based development of children, parents and educators in the community.“It has taken commitment, hard work and dedication to achieve all this,” says trust director Joanne King. “Without our financial funders none of it would have been possible.“Our reward? The academic results we are achieving, pupils’ pride in their school, and happy parents who appreciate what we’re doing to better their lives.”With financial help from local and international corporations and individual funders, the school now has a complex of modern face-brick buildings, as well as transport for the children (Photo: First Rand Foundation)An impressive educationFifty pre-school children and 220 learners from grades one to 10 are taught by 11 permanently employed qualified teachers, accommodated at the school. The full-time teachers are helped by a full-time director, assistant director, administrator and seven part-time staff who provide specialist skills in extra-curricular tuition.Many of these part-time teachers are local farmers’ wives with impressive academic qualifications.Parents are also encouraged to participate in the seven community projects that have developed over time in response to the needs of families living in the Winterberg. All interconnected and interdependent, they share resources, transport facilities and the expertise of both the Winterberg School Trust staff and external service providers.These projects range from HIV/Aids education, early childhood development, effective parenting, skills development, teacher development and youth empowerment.The Department of Education also offers support, paying 10 of the teachers’ salaries.Local farmers have supported the trust from its inception and have become actively involved in fund-raising projects and providing transport and farm facilities for projects.The success of the school trust is a superb example of what South African rural communities can do to uplift the lives and futures of their people.Derek Christopher is a correspondent for Farmer’s Weekly.This article was originally published in Farmer’s Weekly, South Africa’s premier national agricultural magazine, and is reproduced on SouthAfrica.info with kind permission. Want to use this article in your publication or on your website?See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

Photo library: Countryside 4

first_img{loadposition tc}Click on a thumbnail for a low-resolution image, or right-click on the link below it to download a high-resolution copy of the image.» Download Countryside contact sheet (1.6MB) » Download full image library contact sheet (10.5MB) Northern Cape province: The water canal and vineyards in Keimoes.Photo: Graeme Williams MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Northern Cape province: An old mill wheel in Keimoes.Photo: Graeme Williams MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Northern Cape province: The Melkstroom Farm produces a variety of grapes including the Rubi Cabernet, known for its resistance to heat and the good quality red wine it produces. Photo: Graeme Williams, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Northern Cape province: The Melkstroom Farm produces a variety of grapes including the Rubi Cabernet, known for its resistance to heat and the good quality red wine it produces.Photo: Graeme Williams MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Northern Cape province: The picturesque vineyards on the Melkstroom farm.Photo: Graeme Williams MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Northern Cape province: Sunflower field in full bloom in the VaalHarts Irrigation Scheme region. Photo: Graeme Williams, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Northern Cape province: Sunflower field in full bloomin the Vaalharts Irrigation Scheme region. Photo: Graeme Williams, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Northern Cape province: Centre-pivot irrigation on a farm in the Vaalharts Irrigation Scheme region. Photo: Graeme Williams, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Northern Cape province: Peanuts (groundnuts) ready for packing at the Vaalharts Irrigation Scheme region. Photo: Graeme Williams, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image COUNTRYSIDE 4: {loadposition cs}Having trouble downloading high-resolution images? Queries about the image library? Email Janine Erasmus at [email protected]last_img read more

CWG scam: Suresh Kalmadi, 2 others sent to judicial custody till May 18

first_imgA special court in Delhi on Wednesday sent former Commonwealth Games (CWG) organising committee chairman Suresh Kalmadi and others to 14 days in judicial custody.Kalmadi had been arrested by the CBI on charges of cheating, conspiracy and corruption in the award of CWG contracts.The court sent Kalmadi to Tihar Jail along with CWG organising committee joint director general (sport) A.S.V. Prasad and deputy director general (procurement) Surjit Lal till May 18 as the CBI said that some important witnesses were yet to be examined.Kalmadi, Lal and Prasad were arrested on April 25 for allegedly flouting norms in the awarding of the CWG contract for Timing Scoring Result (TSR) system to a Swiss firm. The next day, the court remanded them in CBI custody for eight days. But on the expiry of remand, the CBI did not ask for an extension.During the hearing, Kalmadi’s counsel alleged that there was a breach of fundamental rights during the arrest of the former organising committee chief.He argued that Kalmadi was produced in court more than 24 hours after his arrest in violation of law. The memo of arrest said Kalmadi was taken into custody at 10.30 am but the paperwork was completed by 4.30 pm.It was said that the media knew about the arrest in advance and that when the CBI arrested Kalmadi, there appeared to be no motive to interrogate him. The counsel said Kalmadi was not asked a single question before the arrest.However, on the media reporting the impending arrest, the judge said it was merely a prediction.advertisementlast_img read more