The notification states that, in view of the order of state government and considering the persisting situation, the Rajasthan High Court at Jodhpur and Jaipur bench will continue to hear in virtual mode until May 17.
The Election Commission of India on Tuesday has ordered a ban on all victory processions during and after election results to the four states and a Union Territory on May 2 in the wake of a severe surge in Covid-19 cases across the country.
The recent notice by NCDRC in continuance with April 18 reads, “The sitting in the National Commission has been suspended from 19th April 2021 to 30th April 2021 (1st and 2nd May 2021 are holidays on account of Saturday and Sunday).”
The Supreme Court has decided to take up only urgent matters from April 22, 2021, in view of the current increase in COVID-19 cases in the National Capital City of Delhi. It has also adjourned all the matters which were earlier listed on April 22.
Keeping in view the rising number of Covid-19 cases, following which, the financial crisis being faced by the lawyers due to the closing of District Courts, the MPHCBA has decided to give ration to financially poor lawyers
A letter petition send to the Chief Justice of India to take Suo Motu in view of the Sudden increase of COVID-19 cases and issue directions to ban political rallies, protest assemblies, religious and festive congregations of more than 50 people until the COVID situation is under control.
The Supreme Court has written to the Supreme Court Bar Association and the Supreme Court Advocates-On-Record Association requesting to reduce timings of Lawyers chambers blocks in view of the sudden spike in COVID-19 cases and imposed night curfew in Delhi-NCR region.
He has further submitted that while window for filing of cases in the High Court may remain open but there should be no physical hearing of cases and even online hearing of cases should be done where issues regarding demolition, eviction and recovery are involved.