The Supreme Court has taken suo-motu cognisance of medical apathy in COVID-19 hospitals. The plea would be heard by a bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan at 10.30 am on Friday.
Indian Railways on Thursday issued an order to resume the train ticket booking facility at reservation counters from Friday (today).
The Ministry of Railways has decided to open all catering stalls at railway stations. These were closed in view of the lockdown on account of the COVID-19 pandemic.
IRCTC has started taking the destination address of all passengers who are booking tickets with effect from May 13 (Wednesday). Railways has said that this new addition of passengers information while booking tickets is being done in order to help it for contact tracing.
Indian Railways on Wednesday announced that the waiting list for the special trains will begin from May 22. However, the waiting list will be capped at 20 each for First AC and Executive Class.
The Indian Railways has thrown open bookings for at least 15 special passenger trains that will start running on May 12. The official website, irctc.co.in, faced a two-hour delay and began operating at 6 PM instead of the previously scheduled time of 4 PM on Monday.
The booking for passenger trains has begun after a delay of two hours. The official website of the Indian Railways, which was failing to load due to the high rush, is now open for bookings.
The Indian Railways has decided to run "Shramik Special" trains to move migrant workers and all those pilgrims, tourists, students, and people who are stranded at different places due to the coronavirus lockdown.
An attendant working in the Supreme Court has tested positive for the coronavirus. This is the first case of the deadly virus that has emerged from the top court of India.
Coronavirus in Delhi: 33 health workers in Max Super Speciality Hospital in Delhi's Patparganj have tested coronavirus positive. Earlier, the hospital had conducted COVID-19 test for all the staffs working during the pandemic. Reports say the hospital staffs who tested positive were not on COVID-19 duty.
A vegetable hawker in Delhi's Mehrauli has tested positive for COVID-19. According to the latest information, the vendor did not set up his vegetable stall ever since he developed symptoms. Officials said he was not part of the market that was shifted to a DTC Terminal.
Two nurses and a technician tested positive for the coronavirus at Delhi's Sir Ganga Ram Hospital today. However, in a relief, at least 112 healthcare workers at the hospital tested negative for the infection.
The new 'hotspots' identified include areas in East of Kailash, Jaitpur Extension, Madanur Khadar and Abul Fazal Enclave among others
President Ram Nath Kovind on Monday nominated former Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi to the Rajya Sabha. "President is pleased to nominate Shri Ranjan Gogoi to Council of States to fill the vacancy caused due to the retirement of one of the nominated member," the official government notification read.
With just five days left for the execution of the death sentence in the infamous 2012 Nirbhaya gang rape and murder case, the families of the convicts on Sunday appealed to President Ram Nath Kovind to grant the convicts a death by euthanasia.
India's total confirmed cases of coronavirus have moved up to 34 as three more test positive. As per the latest reports, 2 of these three infected are in Ladakh with a travel history to Iran while one is in Tamil Nadu with a travel history to Oman.
Supreme Court grants permanent commission to women in uniform, says entitled to all benefits
A Delhi court on Wednesday expressed dismay over the delay in Nirbhaya gangrape case but granted, Pawan Gupta one of the death row convicts legal aid after he said that he did not have a lawyer to represent him in court. Nirbhaya's mother was present in the courtroom and expressed displeasure over delay in executing the convicts.
Suggesting a resort to avoid further delay in the execution of 2012 Nirbhaya gangrape convicts, the Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said that the four convicts can be hanged separately as they are misusing the legal process
Supreme Court on Tuesday granted bail to 13 convicts in the Sardarpura post-Godhra riot case. A bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde grants bail to the convicts and asks them to do social service during the duration of the bail.