Delhi High Court has stayed the order of AAP government, in which it directed 33 big private hospitals to reserve 80% of ICU beds for Covid-19 patients.
Saurabh Sharma, a Delhi-based lawyer has filed petition in Delhi HC against challan for single drivers. He claims that this is illegal and arbitary as Centre has issued no such guidelines.
The documentary is said to be based on the "rise and fall" of India's many infamous billionaires including Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi, and Mehul Choksi.
In the mid of February, the accused had allegedly planned to observe protests in various parts of northeast Delhi. She also took part in a protest and blocked a road near a Jafrabad metro station.
The petitioner-in-person also sought an interim relief that the mid-term evaluation as the UGC guidelines must be stayed till such guidelines and mechanism are set-up and put in place.
The high court had recently said that schools and government must ensure that not even a single child could be deprived of online education for the lack of teaching equipment.
The petitioner has sought direction to conduct a thorough third party and independent investigation of Google Pay app to check compliance of every directive, guidelines issued by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) and the RBI.
A Division Bench of Justices Rajiv Sahai Endlaw and Sangita Dhingra Sehgal has asked Centre, Delhi Government, Delhi Transport Corporation and DMRC to file reply on the plea and listed it for May 20.
The Central Public Works Department (CPWD) also filed a status report on the petition and mentioned that the Central government has already issued guidelines for the use of ACs.
ICMR replied to the Congress leader on the social networking site that the price range for the testing kits lies between Rs 528-1150.