A Delhi court today granted bail to 82 Bangladeshi nationals who were charge-sheeted for attending the Tablighi Jamaat congregation in Delhi for allegedly violating visa conditions, indulging in missionary activities illegally and violating government guidelines, issued in the wake of COVID-19 outbreak.
A senior woman officer of the Government Railway Police (GRP) in Mumbai has lodged a case against an Assistant Police Inspector (API) from Yavatmal district for allegedly sending her obscene videos and pictures.
Delhi recorded 2,187 fresh coronavirus cases on Thursday, taking the infection tally to over 1.07 lakh, while the death count from the disease mounted to 3,258, according to a health department bulletin.
There was panic at the Jodhpur bench of the Rajasthan High Court today after the personal secretary of a high court judge tested positive for coronavirus. The secretary had come in direct contact with many judges, lawyers and other employees forcing immediate suspension of all work at the court and its closure till further orders.
The Delhi High Court Thursday termed as "unwarranted" the allegations in the police affidavit filed in response to a plea by a Pinjra Tod group woman member, arrested in relation to communal violence in Delhi during anti-CAA protests, accusing the agency of leaking certain claimed evidence against her to the media.
Mumbai, the worst affected city in India by COVID-19, has had several policemen also being infected by the coronavirus. The police have been at the forefront of fighting the pandemic, but they have not limited themselves to just that. They are also coming forward to donate plasma and save lives.
The National Green Tribunal has directed the Delhi government to comply with the Supreme Court order to levy sewerage charges on all households in the national capital for discharge of untreated effluents in Yamuna.
The Delhi High Court pulled up the AAP government today for not clarifying whether every pregnant woman who goes to a hospital for delivery or urgent treatment is required to undergo COVID-19 test, symptomatic or not, saying a genuine problem has been turned into a "bureaucratic nightmare".
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday was informed by the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) that it has stopped providing food to people staying at its shelters from July 2 onwards on the instructions of the AAP government.