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Observing that performance of functions identical to those performed by medical practitioners by persons who do not possess the qualifications prescribed under the Central Act, could have dangerous consequences, the Supreme Court held that Rural Health Practitioners enlisted under the Assam Act, are underqualified to perform functions similar to those performed by medical practitioners registered in accordance with the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956.

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NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LAWS IN INDIA Centre for Comparative Constitutional Law and Administrative Law (CCAL) National Law University

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The 13th Edition of National Moot Court Competition, of School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), is being conducted offline this

Meghalaya High Court
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Meghalaya High Court : The Division Bench of Sanjib Banerjee, CJ. and W. Diengdoh, J. took cognizance of a petition in relation

Experts CornerMurali Neelakantan

by Murali Neelakantan† and Ashish Kulkarni††
Cite as: 2022 SCC OnLine Blog Exp 31

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by Shantanu Mukherjee† and Vatsala Sood††

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“It may not be feasible to require the majority of our population to rely on friends/NGOs for digital registrations over CoWIN, when even the digitally literate are finding it hard to procure vaccination slots.”

Case BriefsSupreme Court

“In grappling with the second wave of the pandemic, this Court does not intend to second-guess the wisdom of the executive when it chooses between two competing and efficacious policy measures. However, it continues to exercise jurisdiction to determine if the chosen policy measure conforms to the standards of reasonableness, militates against manifest arbitrariness and protects the right to life of all persons.”

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Delhi High Court: The Division Bench of Vipin Sanghi and Jasmeet Singh, JJ., dealt with a petition which prayed for waiver of

Gauhati High Court
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Gauhati High Court: The Division Bench of Sudhanshu Dhulia, CJ., and Manash Ranjan Pathak, J., addressed the issues relating to situation under

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Bombay High Court: The Division Bench of Ravindra V. Ghuge and B. U. Debadwar, JJ., addressed the issue of dysfunctional ventilators supplied

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Federal Court of Canada: The Bench of Gagné, Associate CJ., upheld the validity of one pneumococcal vaccine patents pertaining to Prevnar 13

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Karnataka High Court: A Division Bench of Chief Justice and Aravind Kumar J. gave a slew of directions regarding vaccine allocation, oxygen

Gauhati High Court
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Gauhati High Court: The Division Bench of Sudhanshu Dhulia, CJ. and Manash Ranjan Pathak, J., took up a PIL wherein the counsel

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Bombay High Court: The Division Bench of Dipankar Datta, Cj., and G. S. Kulkarni, J., expressed its displeasure on casual attitude of

Patna High Court
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Patna High Court: Noticing alarming contradictions in death records filed by state authorities and cremation records of the crematorium, the Division Bench

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Jharkhand High Court: Taking into consideration the reason of urgency i.e., acute surge in Covid-19 pandemic from which people are suffering and

Experts CornerMurali Neelakantan

by Murali Neelakantan†
Cite as: 2021 SCC OnLine Blog Exp 35

Patna High Court
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Patna High Court: The Division Bench of Sanjay Karol, CJ., and Shivaji Pandey, J., addressed the issue of spiraling rise in Covid-19

Patna High Court
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Patna High Court: The Division Bench comprising of Sanjay Karol, CJ., and S. Kumar, J., opined that it is the settled position