Join us on Sept. 5 at 11 a.m. ET for this 90-minute webinarMany of you joined us for Estate Planning and Military Families – Part 1 on August 22. This 90-minute webinar focused on general estate planning practices, including advance directives, wills, living wills, DNRs, last letters of instruction, and trusts. If you were unable to join this session, you can view the recording here. To earn CEUs, follow in the instructions for taking a quiz on this session’s content that are located at the bottom of the Learn page.The questions posed by participants in Part 1 indicated our audience is ready for some more detailed information on this topic, and on September 5, Part 2 will provide it. Dr. Martie Gillen, Part 1 presenter, will be joined by Attorney Mary Benzinger. Ms. Benzinger is a senior attorney with the Pentagon Army and Air Force Legal Assistance Office and will provide detailed estate planning information for military families. For important connection details and other information about this session, click here.There is no registration required and this session is free. We hope to see you online on September 5! This post was published on the Military Families Learning Network Blog on August 29, 2013.
Chandrashekhar Verma, husband of former State Social Welfare Minister Manju Verma on Monday surrendered in a local court in Begusarai.Manju Verma had to resign from the Cabinet of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar after her husband’s name had cropped up in Muzaffarpur shelter home rape case of 34 minor girls.The wife of one of the accused persons in the case had alleged that Chandrashekhar Verma visited the shelter home regularly.Chandrashekhar Verma was also accused of having links with the main accused in the case, Brajesh Thakur. He was said to have spoken with Brajesh Thakur several times between January and June this year.As many as 17 people, including the main accused Brajesh Thakur have been arrested in the Muzaffarpur shelter home rape case of minor girls and sent to jail.Thakur was recently shifted to Bhagalpur jail from Muzaffarpur jail as the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had informed the Supreme Court, due to his influential status.Later, a CBI inquiry was ordered in the case which is being monitored by the Supreme Court.A Special Investigation Team of police had earlier conducted raid at residence of Chandrashekhar Verma in Begusarai district of Bihar where about 50 cartridges were recovered.Recently, Supreme Court had asked the CBI and Bihar police to explain the delay in tracing the whereabouts of Chandrashekhar Verma.The court had also asked Bihar police to probe the alleged recovery of a large quantity of ammunition from the residence of former minister and her husband.Chandrashekhar Verma surrendered at Majhaul civil court in Begusarai district.
Both Sanathoi Devi and Narender Grewal have stormed into the Wushu semifinalsWushu player Thoudam Sanathoi Devi today assured herself of at least a bronze in women’s Sanda 52kg category after storming into the semifinals on the third day of competitions at the Asian Games here today.Sanathoi beat Amgalanjargal Sangidorj of Mongolia in a 2-0 ‘Win By Round’ (WBR) verdict in a dominating performance in her quarterfinal contest here at Ganghwa Dolmens Gymnasium here.The Manipuri will now meet Zhang Luan of China in the semifinals tomorrow.Sanathoi will be the third Indian to have won a medal in wushu in the Asian Games while her medal will be the fourth won by the country in the history of multi-sporting event.W Shandyarani Devi won a silver in women’s Sanda 60kg in 2010 while M Bimoljit Singh bagged a bronze each in men’s Sanda 60kg even in 2006 and 2010.However, Sajan Lama came a cropper in both men’s Nanquan and Nangun events. He was ninth in Nanquan with a score of 9.06 while he finished 13th in Nangun with a score of 7.95.Indians had one more reason to rejoice as Narender Grewal beat Pakistan’s Abdullah in the Men’s Sanda -60kg Quarterfinals at the Ganghwa Dolmens Gymnasium. Grewal won 2-0 to assure India of a sureshot bronze medal and was only the second one after Sanathoi Devi opened the account for India in Wushu.