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COVID-19: Declare travel history or face legal action, say authorities in Kashmir

People who entered Kashmir after March 1 have to declare their travel history within two days or face legal action, authorities said on Tuesday as they battle to check the spread of the novel coronavirus in Jammu and Kashmir.

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  • Renowned lawyer Harish Salve, who has served as solicitor general and who represented India at International Court of Justice to save Kulbhushan Yadav from imminent execution in Pakistan, expressed serious concern over difficulties and impediments being faced by newspapers in distribution.

    The incident had occurred at Sadiq layout in North Bengaluru when two women healthcare workers visited the area on a two-wheeler. A local miscreant, who blocked them, asked them about the purpose of their visit. He quickly got an announcement made from the local mosque asking people to prevent their entry into the area.

    The spread of Covid-19 from the Tablighi Jamaat congregation in the capital's Nizamuddin area and the matter of visa violations by foreigners who participated in it have brought to the fore the need for cooperation between India and countries whose nationals have regularly attended this event.

    On March 5, a trial court issued fresh black warrants for the execution of all the four convicts in the case - Mukesh Kumar Singh (32), Pawan Gupta (25), Vinay (26) and Akshay (31) - in Tihar Jail at 5.30 am on March 20.

    The department, in a circular on Monday, warned the schools of penal action coupled with cancellation of recognition if they were found violating the government orders.

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    Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh on Friday warned of taking "very strict" action if police and health personnel are attacked during the ongoing coronavirus-enforced lockdown.

    Insurers say that the regulator’s action against directors of a large private bank have triggered claims under the policy. The regulatory action against IL&FS is also believed to have triggered a claim by the erstwhile management.

    ​​The Supreme Court on Thursday directed Assembly Speaker N P Prajapati to convene a special session on Friday for conducting the floor test which must conclude by 5 pm. Madhya Pradesh CM Kamal Nath on said he will seek legal advice and study every aspect of the Supreme Court judgment on holding the floor test.

    The court was informed by the public prosecutor that second mercy pleas of Akshay and Pawan, were rejected on the ground that the first such plea was entertained and considered on merit.

    According to media reports, the incident took place in Bareilly and several migrants including women and children complained of burning sensation in their eyes after being sprayed with the "disinfectant".

    The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) in the Friday order decreased late payment surcharge (LPS) payable by discoms to generation and transmission companies to 1% per month from the previous 1.5% per month from April 24 till June 30.

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