New Delhi (ILNS): A petition has been filed in the Delhi High Court by a student who has been refused admission to Class XI of Government Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya, allegedly on the ground that he exceeded the age limit.
New Delhi (ILNS): The Delhi High Court has directed the state government and Delhi Police to ensure that candidates who possess admit cards for appearing in the Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination on October 4, are not obstructed in any manner from reaching their centers.
The Delhi government has informed the Delhi High Court that during the three rounds of Sero-Surveillance it was found that Covid-19 was more prevalent among women belonging to the age group 18 to 49 years, as compared to those below 18 years and those who are above 50 years, of the same gender.
The Delhi High Court has stayed the March 19, 2020, order of the Delhi government which asked schools to refund fees charged in excess, as assessed by the Fee Hike Committee in terms of the recommendations dated December 3, 2019, being a part of the report dated February 19, 2020, till further orders.
The Delhi government has appealed to the divisional bench of the Delhi High Court against a single bench order that had stayed the government notification of reserving 80 percent of ICU beds in private hospitals for COVID patients.
The Delhi High Court today stayed the Delhi government’s order directing private hospitals to reserve 80 percent of ICU beds for COVID-19 patients. The petition alleged that the decision of reserving the beds is denying them treatment, as well as exposing non-COVID-19 patients to the risk of COVID-19.
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