While the applicant’s right to healthcare and medical treatment is a fundamental consideration, it cannot be allowed to overshadow the pressing need to investigate fairly and ensure that due legal processes are followed.
Supreme Court said that the delivery will be conducted by AIIMS at the appropriate time and the Union Government will bear all the medical costs for the delivery.
The case is of a married couple who conceived for a third time and due to financial and emotional reasons cannot raise the child. The woman sought the court’s intervention for abortion, as her pregnancy had crossed the legally permissible limit of 24 weeks for abortions under the MTP Act
“Nurses working in hospitals provide a very valuable humanitarian service. It will be a travesty of justice if such people are denied adequate compensation for their services as they were entitled to.”
Allahabad High Court said that joy ride of four friends converted into a tragic ride, wherein one friend died. The applicant and other co-accused appears to be negligent as they, despite being adult boys, have not discharged their duty to help injured friend in order to provide proper medication.
The Delhi High Court allowed termination of 28 weeks pregnancy of a woman as the Medical Board from AIIMS diagnosed some “substantial abnormalities” in the foetus.
The Court directed Union of India to place on record an affidavit within a period of one week giving the complete information of the funds released from the Rare Diseases Fund to various Centres for Excellence and the number of patients for whom treatment has been approved till date.
Jharkhand High Court: The division bench of Ravi Ranjan, C.J., and Sujit Narayan Prasad, J., took suo motu cognizance of
Delhi High Court: Sanjeev Narula, J. upheld the denial of admission by AIIMS and PGIMER as mere mentioning of eligibility criteria for
Supreme Court: In a relief to students seeking admission in AIIMS Institutes, the bench of L. Nageswara Rao and AS Bopanna, JJ
“… the fixing of the INI CET on 16.06.2021 is arbitrary and discriminatory,”
Uttaranchal High Court: Manoj Kumar Tiwari, J., decided a petition which was filed by the petitioner challenging the order dated 17-04-2021 passed
Home Minister Amit Shah said the Modi Government is committed to check the COVID-19 spread in Delhi and keep the national capital
With deep sorrow, it is to inform that on Saturday, May 2nd, 2020 , Judicial Member, Lokpal of India, Justice Ajay Kumar
Delhi High Court: Pratibha M. Singh, J. addressed a petition wherein an 18 month old girl was suffering a rare disease called ‘Gaucher’