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Covid parole: Supreme Cou...

In May, a group of prisoners, who were released on emergence Covid-19 parole, challenged the temporary parole given by the Bombay High Court to surrender within 15 days.

Agnipath: Death of Hope?

It might seem a bit strange that a complete change in the Agnipath recruitment process and even in the employment details for short service commission in the Indian defence forces was never mentioned or tabled for discussion in Parliament.

Cops without masks or rid...

“Police officials should...

Supreme Court directs Cen...

The Supreme Court has ordered the Central government to permit individuals and doctors to report the Adverse Events Following Immunization (AEFI) on a virtual platform and also make the reports accessible for public, without compromising on the privacy of the persons.

Gauhati High Court dispos...

The Gauhati High Court on April 27 closed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) alleging that the patients who got Covid -19 were not given treatment for their ailments while their cases were being processed for admission in various medical colleges and hospitals in Assam.

Rajasthan doctor suicide:...

The PIL filed by IMA Dwarka further seeks comprehensive guideline for protection of doctors who are regularly falling victim of physical assault at the slightest suspicion over treatment and delay recovery of the patients and for evolving a mechanism to compensate

Supreme Court directs sta...

Supreme Court while hearing the case of suo-motu cognizance in regards to the children who have lost their parents to Covid- 19 directed the State and UTs to file a status report within 3 weeks, along with other measures taken by respective State and UT governments to reach out to such children.

Centre says can’t r...

The Centre has filed its response in a plea by three Civil Services aspirants, seeking an extra attempt at the Civil Services examination, claiming that they had to miss the Civil Services Mains exam because they had contracted Covid-19.

Supreme Court to start fu...

Chief Justice of India (...

Supreme Court dismisses p...

The Supreme Court has dismissed the plea by NEET-MDS 2022 aspirants seeking postponement of the examination i.e. National Eligibility Entrance Test – Master of Dental Surgery Entrance Examination 2022 in view of the incomplete one year compulsory internship, which is a pre- requisite/ eligibility criterion for the said examinations, owing to extenuating circumstances caused by the Covid–19 pandemic. 

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