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    Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited is a Government of India controlled Maharatna oil and gas company headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra.The Corporation operates two large refineries of the country located in Kochi and Mumbai.

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    KCET candidates files PIL in Karnataka HC seeking postponement of exams
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    KCET candidates files PIL in Karnataka HC seeking postponement of exams

    The Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) candidates on Tuesday filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in High Court, challenging the notification passed by the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) to conduct the exams on July 30-31, amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

    Gauhati HC registers PIL over Covid cases in Assam jails
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    Gauhati HC registers PIL over Covid cases in Assam jails

    Guwahati, July 24 The Gauhati High Court on Thursday asked the Assam's prisons' authority to provide the best ...

    Provide 3 nutritious, hygienically prepared meals a day to homeless in all shelter homes: PIL in Delhi HC
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    Provide 3 nutritious, hygienically prepared meals a day to homeless in all shelter homes: PIL in Delhi HC

    A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been moved in Delhi High Court seeking direction to the Delhi government to provide three nutritious meals a day, including at least one serving of vegetable and fruit, to the urban homeless in all shelter homes in the national capital.

    Provide free ration to all persons with disabilities: PIL in Delhi HC
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    Provide free ration to all persons with disabilities: PIL in Delhi HC

    A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been moved in the Delhi High Court seeking direction to Centre (Department of Food & Public Distribution) to direct all State Government and UTs under Section 38 of National Food Security Act to provide food grains free of cost to poor persons with disabilities as was done for migrant labourers and others during the present pandemic.

    Appoint officer to redress grievances of nurses, suggests HC
    Health

    Appoint officer to redress grievances of nurses, suggests HC

    New Delhi, July 6 The Delhi High Court on Monday suggested to the authorities to appoint a Nodal Officer ...

    Set method to receive complaints on PPE kits, HC to AAP
    Health

    Set method to receive complaints on PPE kits, HC to AAP

    New Delhi, July 2 The Delhi High Court on Thursday suggested the Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government to formulate ...

    Make mandatory for all hospitals to obtain plasma from recovered patients: PIL in Delhi HC
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    Make mandatory for all hospitals to obtain plasma from recovered patients: PIL in Delhi HC

    A Public Interest Litigation has been moved in the Delhi High Court seeking direction to Centre and Delhi government to make mandatory for all the hospitals to obtain plasma from the recovered patients, both who were admitted in hospitals as well as who were under home quarantine/isolation, by framing proper guidelines.

    HC asks Telangana govt to spell out stand on online classes
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    HC asks Telangana govt to spell out stand on online classes

    Hyderabad, July 1 the Telangana High Court on Wednesday directed the state government to spell out its stand ...

    Delhi HC directs State govt to consider necessity of opening counselling centres to deal with mental problems
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    Delhi HC directs State govt to consider necessity of opening counselling centres to deal with mental problems

    The Delhi High Court has directed Delhi Government to consider the necessity of opening some counselling centres, to deal with mental problems including depressions on an emergent basis in few districts as early as possible taking note of the prevalent situation in Delhi due to COVID-19.

    PIL in Kerala HC questions exorbitant bills issued by KSEB to domestic consumers during lockdown
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    PIL in Kerala HC questions exorbitant bills issued by KSEB to domestic consumers during lockdown

    A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed before the Kerala High Court questioning the exorbitant bills issued by Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) to its domestic consumers for the coronavirus lockdown period.

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