Lighthouse Capital Limited (GFB.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Property sector has released it’s 2018 circular For more information about Lighthouse Capital Limited (GFB.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Lighthouse Capital Limited (GFB.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Lighthouse Capital Limited (GFB.mu) 2018 circular Company ProfileLighthouse Capital Limited formerly (Greenbay Properties Limited) invests in real estate assets and listed companies which are involved in the retail sector of Mauritius. The company targets investment in developing diversified global real estate and infrastructure assets. Greenbay Properties Ltd is a predominant investor in Europe and the United Kingdom, targeting properties with strong sustainable income from high quality tenants with a strong likelihood of renewal of leases on expiry. Lighthouse Capital Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
Please enter your name here TAGSLake Apopka Natural Gas DistrictLANGDLeitos Previous articleOn this day: Corrie ten Boom arrested by GestapoNext articleDemings to bring mother of Pulse victim to Trump speech tonight Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate The Anatomy of Fear LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Please enter your comment! Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Leidos will lead a comprehensive review of Lake Apopka Natural Gas District’s (LANGD) rate structure and will provide recommendations to ensure rates remain fair, objective and sufficient to meet long-term revenue requirements.Leidos, formerly known as RW Beck, was selected today in a vote by the LANGD Board of Directors and is expected to provide rate recommendations in approximately four months, at a cost of $45,000.A staff evaluation committee reviewed proposals from three firms – Leidos, Daymark Energy Advisors and Public Resources Management Group Inc. – and voted unanimously to rank Leidos as the top choice.“It’s important for all utility providers to regularly review their rate structures and make changes when warranted to ensure rates are appropriate for all customers,” said Samuel Davis Jr., general manager and CEO of the District. “We look forward to working with Leidos and to reviewing their recommendations with the Board.”Leidos produced the District’s most recent rate study in 2010. The firm has worked with a number of Florida municipalities, as well as the Okaloosa Gas District, and offers natural gas ratemaking experience in Florida.Among other things, Leidos is charged with proposing rate structures for all residential and commercial customer classes, as well as natural gas-powered vehicles, based on current and projected future costs, a review of neighboring and similar local distribution companies, and review of industry practice.Any potential changes to customer rates will be reviewed by the LANGD Board of Directors in a formal public hearing.Lake Apopka Natural Gas District provides clean, efficient and economical natural gas service to more than 19,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers in Orange and Lake counties. For more information on natural gas service for your home, business or vehicle, please contact the LANGD Marketing Team at (407) 656-2734 x307 or [email protected], or visit www.langd.org. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Please enter your comment! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Please enter your name here TAGSLake Apopka North ShoreSt. Johns River Water Management District Previous articleMiss Apopka will be crowned this SaturdayNext articleRecall Alert: Blue Bell Butter Crunch ice cream Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter The Anatomy of Fear Lake Apopka North Shore From the St. Johns River Water Management DistrictThe St. Johns River Water Management District’s Governing Board awarded a contract Tuesday for construction services for a water quality project at the district’s Lake Apopka North Shore.“Our focus remains centered on projects that bring us closer to our goal of restoring the lake’s water quality,” said St. Johns River Water Management District Executive Director Dr. Ann Shortelle. “Working in tandem with our other restoration projects at the lake, this project will help improve water quality in Lake Apopka.”The contract is for construction of a pump station and was awarded to Intercounty Engineering, Inc.The pump station is part of a larger infrastructure project that will allow water managers to hold and treat water on the Lake Apopka North Shore more effectively by raising levees, providing the ability to pump water to a higher elevation, and providing better access to the treatment systems during and after major storm events.Once complete, the project is estimated to reduce the discharge of total phosphorus to Lake Apopka by 143 pounds per year.The St. Johns River Water Management District staff are committed to ensuring the sustainable use and protection of water resources for the benefit of the people of the district and the state of Florida. The St. Johns River Water Management District is one of five districts in Florida managing groundwater and surface water supplies in the state. The district encompasses all or part of 18 northeast and east-central Florida counties. District headquarters are in Palatka, and staff also are available to serve the public at service centers in Maitland, Jacksonville, and Palm Bay. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate
Giffgaff customers choose to donate a third of goodwill fund to charity About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. Giffgaff has announced that it is donating £387,039.70 of the goodwill fund it set up after this month’s network outage to Crisis.Following the outage on 6 December, which was caused by a software issue in a third party supplier’s system, giffgaff announced that it was setting up a £1m goodwill fund and gave members affected the opportunity to choose airtime credit or to donate to charity, with a deadline of 14 December to make their decision.It has now announced on its site and on social media that a third chose to donate to charity, with it giving £387,039.70 to Crisis while the remaining £612,960.30 will be split between the members who chose to receive credit. They will get 90p each. Ash Scofield, giffgaff CEO, said on the site:“We hope that your generous donation will go a long way to having a big impact on the people that need to make use of these centres over Christmas and beyond – we’ll be making that payment as soon as we can, so that Crisis can make sure that it’s being put to use as soon as possible.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis5 Tagged with: corporate mobile 172 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis5 Melanie May | 19 December 2018 | News 171 total views, 1 views today
Facebook Garrett Podell Previous articleKramer claims 100th career winNext articleTCU Tailgates in The 109 Garrett Podell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Listen: The Podell and Pickell Show with L.J. Collier printEven with bowl eligibility, TCU has a few things to play for Saturday against Kansas State.The winner will clinch fourth place in the Big 12 Conference. Also, they will likely get a trip to the Texas Bowl in Houston, potentially facing off Texas A&M.For the graduating seniors, Saturday marks their last game at Amon G. Carter Stadium. Their four years have been noteworthy. They were the first four-year class in the Big 12 era, had a solid 33-16 home record and were the ones who gave TCU its first Big 12 title. Saturday’s game will also mark something special for Gary Patterson. It will be his 202nd game as head coach. This mark moves him past former head coach Dutch Meyer for the most games coached in TCU history.“I thought too much was made of my 200th game against Oklahoma State,” Patterson said. “I take a lot of grief and get a lot of praise, and there’s been a lot of people who have had their part in building the blocks of the program.” TCU leaned on its ground game and defense to take down Texas, and that’s likely the recipe the Horned Frogs will recreate on Saturday. Junior backup running back Trevorris Johnson chipped in 68 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries against the Longhorns, but junior Kyle Hicks will still be the go-to.“We have one of the better running back groups in not just the Big 12, but in the country,” Patterson said.Hicks is one of just four players to lead his team in rushing yards – 894 and receptions – 40. Look for a steady diet of Hicks with a fair amount of Johnson and freshman Darius Anderson mixed in against the Big 12’s top defense. Anderson ran the ball three times against Texas. He totaled 103 yards, including a 70-yard touchdown sprint. Junior quarterback Kenny Hill is questionable this week after re-aggravating an ankle injury. Expect Hill, but sophomore backup quarterback Foster Sawyer could also see some action again on Saturday.However, Kansas State’s defense could pose a threat. The Wildcats lead the conference and are 10th in the nation in run defense, allowing only 109.9 yards per game. They lead the Big 12 in total defense, allowing 391.5 yards per game. The Wildcats also have a potent running game. They’ve rushed for over 200 yards in each of their last five games, their longest streak since 2003.KSU quarterback Jesse Ertz leads the Big 12 in rushing by quarterbacks, averaging 70.5 rushing yards a game.“Anytime they have a quarterback who can run the ball, they’re tougher to deal with,” Patterson said. Expect TCU’s linebacking core to try to limit Kansas State by keeping them out of the end zone. TCU junior linebacker Travin Howard leads the Big 12 and is fifth nationally in tackles per game at 10.8. Sophomore Ty Summers, reigning Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week, is second in the conference with 10.5. With a 100 percent chance of rain and an expected high of 50 degrees, Saturday could mark TCU’s first bad weather game of the season. Patterson’s fine with the weather as long as it comes with a win. “I’d hate to get that cold and wet and lose,” he said. Kickoff is set for 11 a.m. Garrett Podellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/garrett-podell/ Garrett Podellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/garrett-podell/ ReddIt Linkedin TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks Boschini talks: construction, parking, tuition, enrollment, DEI, a student trustee ReddIt Facebook TAGStext only Twitter Twitter Garrett Podellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/garrett-podell/ TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award Garrett is a Journalism and Sports Broadcasting double major. He is the Managing Editor for TCU360, and his passions are God, family, friends, sports, and great food. Linkedin Boschini: ‘None of the talk matters because Jamie Dixon is staying’ Men’s basketball scores season-low in NIT semifinals loss to Texas + posts Garrett Podellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/garrett-podell/
Advertisement Thank you, Kaye, say Tayto fansTAYTO’S Spring Onion flavour will be back on shelves on August 24, thanks to Kaye Morrissey, of Limerick Institute of Technology.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Kaye launched an appeal on 2FM’s Gerry Ryan Show when she told him she desperately missed the “intensely delicious flavour” and demanded live on air for a ‘return of the pack’! The makers of Tayto gave the go-ahead to re-start production. The first batch is scheduled to be on shelves by August 24. Email New libraries for UL and LITLIMERICK’S two third-level institutions are to get new libraries and an information centre as part of a bundle of public-private partnership (PPP) projects which have been sent to the market by the Minister for Education and Science, Batt O’Keeffe TD.The University of Limerick (UL) will get a new library which will be 6,600sq/m in size and accommodate 700 students.Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) will get a library and information centre spanning 4,100sq/m and accommodating 800 students.The projects have been handed over to the National Development Finance Agency (NDFA) under the PPP plan. Previous articleForce used by thievesNext articleGardai target reckless drivers admin NewsLocal NewsNews bites – 3rd level libraries, Tayto and Burren walksBy admin – August 6, 2009 601 Twitter WhatsApp Walking routes at the BurrenTHREE new walking routes for North Clare were launched by Éamon Ó Cuív TD, Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, in conjunction with The Walks Scheme and Fáilte Ireland’s Walkers Welcome Initiative. These routes are part of the Burren Walks Project, which is designed to increase the appeal of the North Clare area as an activity holiday destination and to enhance walking facilities for local users. Ranging from 9km to 26km, the new looped walks are the Carron Loop, the Ballyvaughan Wood Loop and the Black Head Loop. Linkedin Print Facebook
Top Stories’Discriminates Against Hindus’: Plea In SC Challenges Constitutionality Of Section 4 Of Places of Worship (Special Provisions) Act [Read Petition] Mehal Jain11 Jun 2020 11:33 PMShare This – xThe Supreme Court has been moved in a petition challenging the Constitutional validity of Section 4 of The Places of Worship (Special Provisions) Act, 1991 on the touchstone of Articles 14, 15, 25, 26 and 29(1) of the Constitution of India and also on the argument that it violates the principles of secularism. Section 4(1) of the impugned Act states as under:- “It is hereby declared that…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 Supreme Court has been moved in a petition challenging the Constitutional validity of Section 4 of The Places of Worship (Special Provisions) Act, 1991 on the touchstone of Articles 14, 15, 25, 26 and 29(1) of the Constitution of India and also on the argument that it violates the principles of secularism. Section 4(1) of the impugned Act states as under:- “It is hereby declared that the religious character of a place of worship existing on the 15th day of August 1947 shall continue to be the same as it existed on that day.” Section 4(2) of the impugned Act provides that:- “If, on the commencement of this Act, any suit, appeal or other proceeding with respect to the conversion of the religious character of any of worship, existing on the 15th day of August, 1947, is pending before any court, tribunal or other authority, the same shall abate, and no suit, appeal or other proceeding with respect to any such matter shall lie on or after such commencement in any court, tribunal or other authority; Provided that if any suit, appeal or other proceeding, instituted or filed on the ground that conversion has taken place in the religious character of any such place after the 15th day of August, 1947, is pending on the commencement of this Act, such suit, appeal or other proceeding shall be disposed of in accordance with the provisions of sub-section (1)”. The petitioners, who claim to be followers of Hinduism, contend that the Parliament by making impugned provision has created a cut off date with retrospective effect to implement the Act, i.e. w.e.f. 15.8.1947 declaring that the character of a place of worship as was on 15.8.1947 shall be maintained and no suit or any proceeding shall lie in any court including High Court in respect of any dispute against encroachment of religious properties made by unsocial elements or by law breakers at any point of time before 15.08.1947. Such proceeding shall stand abated, and further, if any suit, appeal or the proceeding is filed on the ground that conversion of religious place has taken place after 15.8.1947 and before 18.9.1991 (date of the enforcement of the Act), the same shall be disposed off in terms of sub section (1) of Section 4 i.e. to maintain the status as was existing on 15.08.1947. “The impugned Act has barred the right and remedy against encroachment made on religious property of Hindus exercising might of power by followers of another faith. The result is that Hindu devotees cannot raise their grievance by instituting any suit in Civil Court or invoking the jurisdiction of the Hon’ble High Court under Article 226 of the Constitution of India against high handedness of ultras and will not be able to restore back the religious character of Hindu Endowments, Temples, Mutts etc from hoodlums if they had encroached upon such property before 15th August 1947 and such illegal and barbarian act will continue in perpetuity”,it is argued. It is urged that the Parliament by making the impugned provision has, without resolution of dispute through process of the Court, abated the suit and proceedings which is per se unconstitutional and beyond the law making power of Parliament for the reason that the impugned provision cannot be implemented with retrospective effect and the remedy of resolution of dispute pending, arisen or arising cannot be barred by the Parliament and the Parliament cannot close the doors for aggrieved persons and cannot take away the power of the Courts of first instance, Appellate Courts and the power of Constitutional Courts conferred under Article 226 and 32 of the Constitution of India. “The maxim ubi jus ibi remedium has been frustrated by the impugned provision as pending suits or any proceeding in respect of which cause of action has already arisen and there is continuing wrong, the remedy of the aggrieved person for resolution of disputes through courts has been abolished, violating the very concept of justice and theme of ‘Rule of law’, one of the pillars of our Constitution. The right to religion and administer religious property guaranteed by Article 25 and 26 of the Constitution of India is infringed and an embargo created to preserve the religious and cultural heritage of the country in exercise of fundamental duty cast upon every citizen under Article 51-A (f) of the Constitution of India”, it is contended. The plea states that the impugned Act destroys the basic principle of Hindu law enshrined in Vedas, Shastra, Smritis and religious scriptures of Hindu Dharma that Idol represents the supreme being and so its existence is never lost and deity cannot be divested from its property even by any Ruler or King. The Hindu devotees have a fundamental right under Article 25 to worship the deity at the place ‘It’ is and utilise the deity’s property for religious purposes subject to morality, health and public order. “The parliament cannot restrain Hindu devotees to get back their religious places of worship through judicial process and cannot make any law which takes away or abridges the vested religious right of devotees and cannot make any law with retrospective effect. The Parliament has transgressed its legislative power in barring remedy of judicial review which is a basic feature of the Constitution”, it is advanced. The petitioners submit that from the catena of decisions of this Court it is well established that the right to judicial remedy cannot be taken away by the State and the power of Constitutional Courts under Article 32 and 226 cannot be frustrated and such denial has been held to be violative of the basic feature of the Constitution and beyond legislative power of parliament. “The Parliament while enacting the Act has excluded the property in dispute at Ayodhya for which Hindus have been fighting for restoration of temple, massive public agitation was taken up and the same was affecting the political scenario of the country. This Hon’ble Court has finally decided the Ayodhya dispute vide judgment dated 09.11.2019. The Hon’ble Court found substance in the claim of Hindus and now a new temple is going to be constructed after about 500 years of demolition of temple complex. In case it had not been decided, the Hindu devotees would have been denied justice. Therefore any restriction on the right to approach the Civil or High Court is against the basic principle of rule of law, a necessary component of a welfare State”, stresses the petition through Vishnu Shankar Jain and Hari Shankar Jain. The substance of the case is that the impugned Act is ultra vires to the Constitution of India as it :- I. infringes right of worship of Hindus guaranteed by Article 25 of the Constitution of India. II. deprives the right of Hindu Community under Article 26 of the Constitution of India from maintaining and managing the religious properties belonging to deity usurped by members of other communities. III. takes away the remedy of Hindus to take back the places of worship and property attached thereto through Court which originally belong to a deity, and worship is being continuously performed thereat by devotees in a number of ways. IV. deprives the members of Hindu community to take back their place of worship connected with the cultural and religious heritage of India. It is noteworthy that Hindu Devotees are paying homage to their ancient religious places and continuously worshiping even though physical possession wholly or partly have been taken by members of another fate only to trample the cultural Heritage of Hindus. V. discriminates Hindus with the members of Muslim Community in the matter of restoring possession of places of worship denying equality before the law guaranteed under Article 14 of the Constitution of India. VI. validates the illegal and barbarous action of invaders restricting the right of Hindus to claim possession of the property whereas similarly situated Muslims can claim possession under Waqf Act as no limitation runs for them. Section 107 of waqf Act 1995 provides that ‘Nothing contained in the Limitation Act, 1963 shall apply to any suit for possession of immovable property comprised in any Waqf or for possession of any interest in such property.’ VII. violates the concept of the Hindu law that ‘Temple property is never lost even if it is enjoyed by strangers for hundreds of years; even the king cannot deprive temples of their properties. The Idol/deity which is an embodiment of supreme God and is a juristic person, represents the ‘Infinite- the timeless’ cannot be confined by the shackles of time.’ VIII. According to Vedas-Puranas, Upnishads and other sources of Hindu Law it is a recognised principle that ‘once a deity property will continue to be deity property’ and nobody’s possession will be valid. In case of Mahant Ram Swaroop Das Ji Vs S.P. Shahi Special Officer – In charge of Hindu Religious Trusts, it has been held that:- “Even if the idol gets broken or is lost or stolen, another image may be consecrated and it cannot be said that the original object has ceased to exist.” IX. takes away the right and remedy both of deity and worshiper whereas parliament cannot take away the power of the Constitutionals Courts. The Parliament cannot take away the right of civil courts to entertain suits without creating any alternative forum. The remedy of a devotee to get back possession of religious places originally belonging to any sect and/or religious denomination is taken away. X. is in violation of equality clause embodied in Article 14 of the Constitution as similarly situated members of Muslims community can take back a Waqf property without there being any period of limitation and as such the Act discriminates Hindus with similarly situated members of other community and the impugned Act is against the principle of Secularism as accepted by the Constitution of India. [Update] The matter came before a Three Judge Bench headed by CJI Bobde. Petitioners sought an adjournment .SC Posted it after 4 weeks [WP (C) 559/2020]Click Here To Download Petition[Read Petition]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
ABC News(NEW YORK) — Puerto Rico is bracing for impacts from Tropical Storm Dorian Wednesday before the storm moves north, potentially becoming a major Category 3 hurricane when it reaches Florida on Sunday and Monday.Dorian isn’t forecast to make landfall in Puerto Rico, but the island may still see 10 inches of heavy rain, as well as mudslides and flooding.Dorian’s center is forecast to pass to the east of Puerto Rico right over the U.S. Virgin Islands before moving into the Atlantic.The main island of Puerto Rico is under a tropical storm warning, while Puerto Rico’s Vieques and Culebra islands are under hurricane warnings. The U.S. and British Virgin Islands are also under hurricane warnings.The Puerto Rican government said it is fully prepared for the tropical storm’s impact. Gov. Wanda Vazquez said Monday night that the government is 90% ready to deal with any possible damage Dorian might cause.Meanwhile, many in Puerto Rico are still reeling from the devastation of 2017’s Hurricane Maria, including tens of thousands of residents living under blue tarp roofs.More than 7,400 generators and three mega generators are already on the island, according to the governor, and at least 360 shelters will open, accommodating up to 48,500 people.President Donald Trump has approved an emergency declaration, which will provide federal assistance in Puerto Rico.Vazquez said Monday night, “The communication with all [of the president’s] aides has been extraordinary.”A new Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) representative is on the island assisting in response coordination.“The response to Tropical Storm Dorian will be on top of a complex recovery effort,” a FEMA spokesperson said. “Even a smaller and less severe storm could have significant impact.”Since Dorian’s center won’t move over a landmass like Puerto Rico, it’ll spend more time over warm ocean water and in favorable environment of low wind shear. Dorian is now forecast to have an increased wind speed of 115 mph as it gets closer to Florida. Dorian could become a major Category 3 hurricane by Sunday into Monday.The storm is also impacting Labor Day travelers. Some airlines have issued travel waivers, and Royal Caribbean is closing its private island in the Bahamas for a week and altering some of its cruise ship itineraries to avoid Dorian.As the Atlantic hurricane season nears Sept. 10 — its peak — Dorian isn’t the only tropical storm on the move. Newly formed Tropical Storm Erin is expected to bring rough surf to the East Coast beaches from the Carolinas to New England this Labor Day weekend.Otherwise, it is not expected to directly impact the East Coast.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
smolaw11/iStock(SPRINGFIELD, Va.) — Police are investigating assault claims levied by a black sixth grader who said several white classmates, all male, held her down and forcefully cut her dreadlocks.Amari Allen, 12, said classmates at Immanuel Christian School, a private school in Springfield, Virginia, called her hair “ugly” and “nappy” while they pinned her down and cut her dreadlocks during recess. Officials at Immanuel Christian School, where the vice president’s wife, Karen Pence, teaches art part time, told ABC News on Thursday that they’re working with police “to conduct a thorough investigation.”Amari said the traumatizing incident happened during recess on Monday at a time when teachers and administrators weren’t around. That’s when three male classmates pinned her down to a slide on the playground, held her hands behind her back and clipped her dreadlocks with scissors, she said.They also covered her mouth so she couldn’t yell for help, she said.“I felt hurt but also angry,” Amari told ABC Washington, D.C., station WJLA-TV on Thursday. “Why would they do this. … Is it only me that’s being affected?”She said she tried to avoid telling her family because she feared retaliation, but she finally opened up about the experience on Wednesday.“When I held it in, I felt like a weight was being added to my shoulders each day that I held it in,” Amari said. “Something could have happened that made them do this. I know that’s like the source of most bullying.”Now, her family is calling for the boys to be expelled. They said they had a meeting with school officials Thursday morning, but they didn’t feel like the school took them seriously.“I never thought about bullying being a part of this curriculum,” her grandmother, Cynthia Allen, told WJLA. “I want to make sure that no other child has to experience what she experienced and they just walk away.”The family filed an incident report with the Fairfax County Police Department. A spokesperson for the department confirmed that it is working with the school to investigate the incident, but declined to offer details because it involves minors.“We take seriously the emotional and physical well-being of all our students, and have a zero-tolerance policy for any kind of bullying or abuse,” Immanuel Head of School Stephen Danish told ABC News in a statement. “We are deeply disturbed by the allegations being made, and are in communication with the family of the alleged victim to gather information and provide whatever support we can.” Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.