A Kolkata resident has submitted that according to insurers, private hospitals are charging for Covid treatment ‘as per their whims and fancies’.
Delhi Police also said it was not a sporadic incident as the ‘rioters’ were armed with stones, lathis, petrol bombs, which manifest the intention of the mob.
The petition noted that the judiciary was the weakest of all three arms of the government, and sought directions to protect the institution from attacks.
Supreme Court reserves order on a batch of petitions challenging the central government's 29 March order that asked companies to pay full wages during lockdown.
The affidavit was filed in response to a petition by Dr Arushi Jain, challenging the new SOP for healthcare workers that ended the mandatory 14-day quarantine for them.
The court allows Centre time to file a response on behalf of the RBI and finance ministry after plea says RBI’s 27 March circular didn't serve 'economic justice'.
The SC has asked the Centre to convene a meeting with the states concerned and find a common programme for interstate movement within the NCR amid the lockdown.
This is the second time the court has rejected the bail plea of Asaram Bapu this year, noting that there was no new ground in his latest application.
The RBI stated moratorium on loan repayment was to mitigate burden of debt servicing during lockdown, but it cannot be construed as a waiver.
A single-judge bench of Justice C.S. Dias noted that right to education was sacrosanct in the Constitution of India.