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NCDC plans surprise visits at hospitals to assess severe Covid cases

NCDC plans surprise visits at hospitals to assess severe Covid cases

By Ashish Srivastava
New Delhi, Jan 10 (UNI) The National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) will assess the causes of disease severity among the Covid-19 patients amid the exponential surge of daily cases, officials told UNI.
It was learnt by UNI that the Central agency has formed multiple teams for the task, which will be led by epidemiologists and make surprise visits to the hospitals in Delhi treating Covid-19 patients.

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18 May 2022 | 2:05 PM

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18 May 2022 | 1:56 PM

New Delhi, May 18 (UNI) The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Wednesday said it has issued an advisory to the Centre, states and Union Territories and High Courts to prevent and mitigate the impact of environmental pollution and degradation on human rights.

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Delhi HC acting CJ Vipin Sanghi administers oath of office to 9 new Judges, strength rises to 44 against sanctioned of 60

18 May 2022 | 1:25 PM

New Delhi, May 18 (UNI): Delhi High Court Acting Chief Justice Vipin Sanghi administered the oath of office to nine new judges, including three women, strength rises to 44 against a sanction of 60.

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Indrani gets bail in daughter Sheena's murder case

18 May 2022 | 1:09 PM

New Delhi, May 18 (UNI) The Supreme Court on Wednesday granted bail to Indrani Mukerjea, prime accused in the murder of her daughter, Sheena Bora, stating that she has been jailed for long with trials still a long way from concluding anytime soon.

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SC releases suspect in Rajiv assassination

18 May 2022 | 12:59 PM

New Delhi, May 18 (UNI) Thirty long years after he was jailed, the Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered the release of A G Perarivalan, one of those serving life imprisonment for his involvement in former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's assassination on May 21, 1991.

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