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A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been moved in Delhi High Court seeking directions to the Centre, Delhi Government and others to formulate a policy to ensure that all persons who have been given first shot of COVID-19 vaccine should be given the second dose on priority.
While hearing a batch of petitions of different hospitals and individuals facing a shortage of oxygen supply, beds, and essential medicines, the Delhi High Court on Saturday directed all Delhi hospitals to submit complete data on COVID patients occupying beds in their facility from April 1 onwards.
The Delhi High Court on Thursday asked the Centre why is Delhi out of line with respect to other states in relation to the supply of oxygen.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday came down heavily on the Delhi government and said if it is unable to address issues relating to COVID-19 crisis, it will ask officers of the central government to take over the matter. The court also said that it seems like the city government is just distributing "lollipops".
The Delhi High Court on Monday told the Delhi Government that if anybody is overcharging and black marketing oxygen cylinders they should be brought before the court.
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday isolated himself after his wife Sunita tested COVID-19 positive. As per ANI ...
Badminton Association of India (BAI) General Secretary Ajay Singhania on Monday announced that the upcoming India Open 2021 has been postponed due to the upsurge in coronavirus cases here in the national capital.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday made the wearing of masks compulsory even if a person is driving alone in a car in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dismissing all the four petitions challenging impositions of challans for not wearing a mask amid the pandemic, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday suggested that wearing of masks cannot be made an "ego" issue.
The Delhi High Court has issued a notice to the Centre, Delhi government and others on a petition filed by one of the victims of the North East Delhi violence seeking compensation worth Rs 5 lakhs.