15 hours ago.New Delhi, Delhi, India
A COVID-19 patient on a stetcher waits to be allocated a bed amid a shortage in supplies due to surge in coronavirus cases in record numbers across the country. (PTI Photo)
- "If the government wants, they can make heaven and earth meet," the Delhi HC told the Centre
- The Centre said they passed an order listing new measures to help end the crisis
- The Centre suggested that the Vedanta Plant in Tamil Nadu, currently closed, should be reopened for oxygen production
16 hours ago.New Delhi, Delhi, India
Empty tankers loaded on a train wagon before being transported to collect liquid medical oxygen from Bokaro, amid shortage of the gas due to spike in coronavirus cases in Lucknow. (PTI Photo)
- There will be no restriction on the movement of medical oxygen between states
- Transport authorities will be directed to allow free inter-state movement of oxygen-carrying vehicles
- Oxygen suppliers/manufacturers will not be restricted to limit their supply to hospitals in their own state/UT
New Delhi, Apr 12 (PTI) The Delhi University (DU) issued a set of guidelines with immediate effect on Monday in the wake of the rising number of coronavirus cases in the national capital.
9 April.Hooghly, West Bengal, India
Ahead of the fourth phase of West Bengal assembly elections, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee asked voters to be on guard. (PTI File Photo)
- Central paramilitary forces on the instructions of the Amit Shah may visit villages to intimidate people: Mamata
- "They (central forces) are working on instructions from Delhi," Mamata Banerjee said
- Mamata called upon state police force and said, "Keep vigil and not to bow their heads before Delhi"
3 April.New Delhi, Delhi, India
Union Home Minister Amit Shah addressing a press conference in New Delhi. (Photo Credit: PTI)
- Several media houses had reported on MHA's letter to the Punjab government
- According to them, the MHA said migrant labourers from Bihar and UP were exploited and drugged in Punjab
- MHA on Saturday termed the reporting regarding the issue as "misleading"
23 March.New Delhi, Delhi, India
The new COVID-19 guidelines were announced on Tuesday. (Photo credit: PTI)