1. Can there be a body only for filing PILs, Centre asks SC  Times of India
  2. Punjab among 4 states not paying medics regularly, govt tells SC  The Tribune India
  3. SC tells Centre to ensure timely payment of salaries to healthcare workers battling Covid  The Indian Express
  4. SC asks Centre to ensure salaries paid to doctors on time, quarantine period not treated as leave  Times of India
  5. Mandatory quarantine not holiday for doctors, says SC  The Hindu
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India News: NEW DELHI: The Centre on Friday wondered before the Supreme Court whether there could be an organisation whose sole work is to file PILs in violation .India News: NEW DELHI: The Centre on Friday wondered before the Supreme Court whether there could be an organisation whose sole work is to file PILs in violation .

Can there be a body only for filing PILs, Centre asks SC | India News - Times of India

The court asked the Centre to do the needful to ensure that salaries of these workers are paid on time. It had issued stringent directions in June to criminalise the non-payment of dues on time to doctors and nurses.The court asked the Centre to do the needful to ensure that salaries of these workers are paid on time. It had issued stringent directions in June to criminalise the non-payment of dues on time to doctors and nurses.

4 states have not made timely payment to Covid-19 healthcare workers: Govt tells Supreme Court - india news - Hindustan Times

New Delhi, July 31 As four states, including Punjab, fail to make timely payment of salaries to doctors and healthcare workers fighting Covid-19, the Supreme Court on Friday asked the Centre to issueOrder release of salaries of doctors, nurses, Centre told As four states, including Punjab, fail to make timely payment of salaries to doctors and healthcare workers fighting Covid-19, the Supreme Court on Friday asked the Centre to issue necessary directions for timely release of salaries to them.

Punjab among 4 states not paying medics regularly, govt tells SC : The Tribune India

The court asks Centre to ensure that all dues for doctors, healthworkers are cleared.The court asks Centre to ensure that all dues for doctors, healthworkers are cleared.

Mandatory quarantine not holiday for doctors, says SC - The Hindu

A bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan said that the Centre is not powerless to ensure states obeyed its directive, and asked the Centre`s counsel to ensure that doctors and health care workers are paid their salaries. The top court has listed the matter for further hearing on August 10. Get more India News and Business News on Zee Business.A bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan said that the Centre is not powerless to ensure states obeyed its directive, and asked the Centre`s counsel to ensure that doctors and health care workers are paid their salaries. The top court has listed the matter for further hearing on August 10.

SC asks why quarantine period of doctors, health workers treated as leave | Zee Business

In an application by United Residents and Doctors' Association, the top court was also told that some hospitals are treating mandatory quarantine of doctors as period of leave.In an application by United Residents and Doctors' Association, the top court was also told that some hospitals are treating mandatory quarantine of doctors as period of leave.

Delhi, Maharashtra, Punjab, Tripura, Karnataka haven't paid doctors' salaries, govt tells SC

In an application by United Residents and Doctors' Association, the top court was also told that some hospitals are treating mandatory quarantine of doctors as period of leave.In an application by United Residents and Doctors' Association, the top court was also told that some hospitals are treating mandatory quarantine of doctors as period of leave.

Delhi, Maharashtra, Punjab, Tripura, Karnataka haven't paid doctors' salaries, govt tells SC

When the Centre, in response to the direction, placed the onus on state governments, the apex court ordered it to take steps under the Disaster Management Act, 2005.When the Centre, in response to the direction, placed the onus on state governments, the apex court ordered it to take steps under the Disaster Management Act, 2005.

SC tells Centre to ensure timely payment of salaries to healthcare workers battling Covid | India News,The Indian Express

The Centre said that Punjab, Maharashtra, Tripura, and Karnataka failed to pay COVID-19 warrior on time despite a direction from the Supreme Court.The Centre said that Punjab, Maharashtra, Tripura, and Karnataka failed to pay COVID-19 warrior on time despite a direction from the Supreme Court.

Centre may penalise 4 states under Disaster Management Act for not paying COVID-19 warriors on time - Moneycontrol.com

The court asked the Centre to take steps under the Disaster Management Act, 2005, if states fail to comply.The court asked the Centre to take steps under the Disaster Management Act, 2005, if states fail to comply.

Coronavirus: Direct states to pay salaries to healthcare workers on time, Supreme Court tells Centre

The court asked the Centre to take steps under the Disaster Management Act, 2005, if states fail to comply.The court asked the Centre to take steps under the Disaster Management Act, 2005, if states fail to comply.

Coronavirus: Direct states to pay salaries to healthcare workers on time, Supreme Court tells Centre

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The Centre on Friday submitted before the court that it had issued directions under the Disaster Management Act for timely payment of salaries but Delhi, Punjab, Tripura, Karnataka and Maharashtra were yet to implement the directionsThe Centre on Friday submitted before the court that it had issued directions under the Disaster Management Act for timely payment of salaries but Delhi, Punjab, Tripura, Karnataka and Maharashtra were yet to implement the directions

Pay doctors on time, ensure quarantine period not treated as leave: SC to Centre

A bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, R Subhash Reddy and M R Shah asked the Centre to also clarify on treating compulsory quarantine period of healthcare workers as leave and deduction of their salaries for the same period. A bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, R Subhash Reddy and M R Shah asked the Centre to also clarify on treating compulsory quarantine period of healthcare workers as leave and deduction of their salaries for the same period.

SC Asks Centre to Ensure Timely Salaries to Doctor, to Not Treat Their Quarantine Period as Leaves

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said that many states have complied with the directions but some of them like Maharashtra, Punjab, Tripura and Karnataka have not paid salaries to the doctors and healthcare workers on time.Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said that many states have complied with the directions but some of them like Maharashtra, Punjab, Tripura and Karnataka have not paid salaries to the doctors and healthcare workers on time.

SC to Centre: 'Ensure Frontline Worker Salaries Paid on Time, Quarantine Not Treated as Leave'

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said that many states have complied with the directions but some of them like Maharashtra, Punjab, Tripura and Karnataka have not paid salaries to the doctors and healthcare workers on time.

SC to Centre: 'Ensure Frontline Worker Salaries Paid on Time, Quarantine Not Treated as Leave'