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The Supreme Court of India is the highest judicial court under the Constitution of India, the highest constitutional court, with the power of judicial review.
The Kerala High Court on Friday refused to stay the state government's order to reduce the charge for RT-PCR tests from Rs 1,700 to Rs 500.
The Delhi High Court on Thursday said that there are many people who are infected with the COVID-19 but could not approach the Court, thereby making it clear that the Delhi Government shall provide medical treatment to everyone who needs, observing that medical infrastructure has been shambled.
Kerala High Court on Thursday directed the state government to ensure uniform rates for COVID-19 treatment across hospitals in the state.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday warned a patient against raising a false alarm regarding Oxygen shortage during the course of hearing a plea on issues arising due to the rapid surge in COVID-19 cases in the national capital.
The Supreme Court of India will pronounce its judgement on May 5 on petitions challenging the constitutional validity of a Maharashtra law that grants reservation to the Maratha community in education and jobs.
The Kerala High Court on Tuesday sought the opinion of the state government on instituting suo motu proceedings to curb overcrowding at Covid vaccination centers and directed the state Police Chief to ensure personnel are deployed outside vaccination centers for empathetic persuasion without using force.
In view of the prevailing Oxygen shortage of for Covid patients, the Delhi High Court on Sunday issued a notice to the Delhi Government on an application filed by the Centre seeking to recall yesterday's High Court order.
Oxygen plants and oxygen generators are essential in a hospital and it is irresponsible not to have them, observed the Delhi High Court on Saturday while hearing a batch of petitions regarding the shortage of oxygen supply.
At the two-day virtual conference on 'Economic Dimensions in Judicial Decisions' over 45 thought leaders including judges, legal practitioners, experts from the government and regulatory bodies, academicians and scholars, members from media and the civil society came together to address the importance of Economic Dimensions in Judicial Decisions.
The Delhi High Court on Monday directed Chief Secretary Vijay Dev to hold a meeting with suppliers and hospitals on the issue relating to managing the distribution of medical oxygen in the national capital.