The theme has been an abiding one for the prime minister. While supporters say it will save public money and reduce administrative burden, critics say it is against the principle of cooperative federalism.
Delhi is relying more on rapid antigen tests for diagnosing cases. While they have high specificity for positive cases, their sensitivity is low. So those who test negative should be re-confirmed by an RT-PCR test.
The government is falling short of money and eyeing unused land of various departments and ministries. But before it can sell these, it will have to get its records updated and remove trespassers there.
With the festival season nearing and cinemas and restaurants opening up, the next cycle of the pandemic could be upon us. Just one super-spreader in a large gathering can trigger an explosion of new cases.
On June 27, while addressing on a webinar organised by IDRC, Mr. Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog has stated that, ‘India is at a cusp of transformative change with use of Technology in the Judicial System and our Supreme Court is leading us in innovative ways.'
A Public Interest Litigation has been filed in the Supreme Court, seeking direction to declare the results of class XII students. The petition filed by Advocate Mamta Sharma amid the widespread of Covid-19 pandemic, which is more severe and worse than last year.