Harsh Asrani

Covid Care Centers Should Follow All Guidelines Issued by Government of India in Tea Plantations and Tea Estates: Gauhati High Court

This PIL has been filed regarding the current condition of Tea Gardens of Assam and the condition of Labours working there.

Obtaining EC Is Mandatory Before Initiating Construction Under Environmental Impact Assessment, 2006: Jharkhand High Court

Case Excerpt The present writ petition is about the constructions done without obtaining Environmental Clearance (EC) which falls under Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), 2006. Due to these alleged violations, the writ petition asked for the issuance of direction from the...

To Establish an off-Campus Centre, One Needs To Follow Necessary Guidelines Given by the Institute of Eminence: Jharkhand High Court

Excerpt This writ petition was filed on 06-11-2020 for quashing the notice given by the office of ADG(ME), Government of India, Directorate General of Health Services, Medical Counselling Committee (MCC), New Delhi. Further, Petitioner no.1 Manipal Tata Medical College has...

The Family of the Deceased Person Should Be Informed Immediately About the Die in Harness Scheme by Government

Case Excerpt Here, the Respondent was the original Petitioner. This is an appeal filed by the State Government challenging the judgment dated 03-09-2019. The said judgment explains the delay in issuing certificates and ignorance towards the Petitioner on not informing...

In Case of Medical Emergency, Government Employees’ Medical and Travel Compensation Should Not Be Rejected: Tripura High Court

The Petitioner is a post-graduate government school teacher. He was diagnosed with an encephalitis seizure disorder. Following that, he was twice admitted to local hospitals and twice to Apollo Hospital, Chennai. He requested the government for paying medical and travelling compensation for his treatment. It was denied as the Petitioner didn’t fill referral orders from Standing Medical Board. 

Accused Called Himself Police Official To Make Minor Girl Believe in Him for the Wrong Intentions

Case excerpt The accused namely, Haradhan Dutta is found guilty under section 363 & 366(A) of the Indian penal Code. Further, he made an appeal against the judgment and order of conviction on 27-09-2016 and 28-09-2016 proceeded by Learned Session...

Investigating Agency Should Find Relevant and Proper Evidence for the Court To Come to a Fair and Final Decision: Tripura High Court

This is a criminal revision petition where the Petitioner is sentenced and convicted for the punishable offence under Section 228 and 338 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for an imprisonment of 4 months and 1 year respectively.

Insufficiency of Funds Will Lead to Person Being Held Liable As per Section 138 of Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881: Tripura High Court

Sri Balram Chowdhury was found guilty under section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1981. He was sentenced to pay Rs 1 Lakh to Manik Debnath. The other partner of the company Amiya Gopal Das was also convicted of the offence, but he paid the particular fine.

Central Government Should Supply Full Quota of Oxygen to the State of Bihar: Patna High Court

The discussion is done through an online hearing on 23rd April 2021. The matter is filled upon a Suo moto cognizance regarding the shortcomings occurring in Covid Care Center's (CCCs) in the second wave of Covid-19 pandemic. Facts of the...

Regular Inspection Should Be Mandatory In COVID-19 Care Hospitals: Patna High Court

Mr. P.K. Singh, Director of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Patna and Shri Rajesh Kumar, Secretary of Bihar Human Rights Commission (BHRC) made a visit to Nalanda Medical College and Hospital (NMCH) for the inspection and converting it into a COVID Health Care Center. 

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