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“Notification No. 179(E) issued by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare must be held to be prospective in application as petitioners have already secured requisite Certificate of Medical Indication from Delhi State Level Medical Board, Department of Family Welfare prior to amendment taking effect.”
“It is incumbent upon educational institutions to make the necessary allowances to ensure that students, who are disadvantaged due to medical reasons, are also provided quality education.”
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The Tribunal stayed the operation of notification issued by MoEF&CC modifying the EIA regime in respect of construction projects with built up area more than 20,000 sq. meters to 50,000 sq. meters and industrial sheds, educational institutions, hospitals and hostels for educational institutions more than 20,000 sq. meters upto 1,50,000 sq. meters.
Madras High Court dismissed Public Interest Litigation challenging the Government order warranting Adhaar authentication services in the Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation Ltd., from persons availing electricity subsidy in Tamil Nadu.
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