The Delhi Government on Sunday has informed that Delhi High Court that it has accepted the proposal of De-escalation committee and reduced the reservation of Covid-19 intensive care unit (ICU) beds from 80% to 60% in 33 private hospitals.
The Delhi government on Wednesday informed the Delhi High Court that a committee has been formed to look into the graded strategy of de-escalation, keeping in view the evolving situation and keeping the required regional balance of availability for Covid Care, and has been asked to submit its report late on Wednesday.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought the Delhi Government's response on a plea seeking direction to conduct virtual court hearings in Delhi School Tribunal and to provide the necessary facility to initiate the same.
New Delhi (ILNS): The Delhi High Court today issued notice on a plea challenging the appointment of Special Public Prosecutors (SSPs) and Solicitor General Tushar Mehta in the cases related to North East Delhi riots.
A single judge bench of Justice Jyoti Singh was hearing the petition filed by Nitin Verma who claimed that despite the revision in the standard rates of wages of prisoners in June 2019 by the Government, they are getting paid in the scale of 2014.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday has directed the Delhi Govt & the Centre that they shall take all necessary steps for ensuring real time updation of the data on COVID-19, without too much of a time lag, so that information being received by the public is current.
The Delhi High Court on Monday issued notice to the Delhi Government in a plea seeking explanations from Delhi Govt & ICMR on the Govt's decision to exclude asymptomatic direct contacts of confirmed cases from COVID-19 testing.