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first_imgNews UpdatesAllahabad High Court Directs Govt To Provide Free Of Cost Treatment To A Poor Lady Suffering From Breast Cancer Nupur Thapliyal10 Feb 2021 10:56 PMShare This – xThe Allahabad High Court on Tuesday directed the State Government and the Hospital authorities to carry out free of cost medical treatment to a poor lady suffering from breast cancer, unable to afford the treatment due to lack of income and funds. A division bench comprising of Justice Devendra Kumar Upadhyaya and Justice Manish Kumar gave the order.The petition was filed by one…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Allahabad High Court on Tuesday directed the State Government and the Hospital authorities to carry out free of cost medical treatment to a poor lady suffering from breast cancer, unable to afford the treatment due to lack of income and funds. A division bench comprising of Justice Devendra Kumar Upadhyaya and Justice Manish Kumar gave the order.The petition was filed by one Sauhard Lakhanpal seeking financial help for his mother who was suffering from Infiltrating Ductal Carcinoma, a form of breast cancer, in order to undergo her medical treatment. According to the petitioner, owing to the expensive cost involved in the treatment and the family income being negligible, it was asserted that the family was facing a gigantic risk of treatment. The High Court vide order dated 01.02.2021 appointed Adv. Murli Manohar Srivastava as amicus curiae in the matter for assisting the court. The estimated cost of treatment provided by the King George’s Medical University, Lucknow (KGMU) was Rs. 1,50,000. The petitioner was granted Rs. 75,000 from the CM’s Discretionary Funds as a grant on 15th July 2020. However, due to shortage of funds, the petitioner was unable to continue with the treatment.The counsel appearing on behalf of the State Government informed the Court that the government has made provisions for providing free of cost treatment to cancer patients. The slab includes BPL cardholders, people holding upto 3.25 acres of land or whose annual income is less than Rs. 35,000. In submitting so, he relied on the 2013 Rules which provide that State Medical Colleges and other Autonomous Medical Institutions will provide free of charge medical facility for treatment of incurable diseases and in case any further facility is required for treatment, the treating Institution/Medical College is required to refer the patient for treatment to other Institutes/Medical Colleges. In view of this, the Court issued the following directions: 1. Petitioner’s mother shall be admitted in the Surgical Oncology Department of KGMU within three days and shall be provided appropriate bed where her treatment shall start forthwith. 2. Whatever diagnostic tests/examinations are required and facility for which are available at KGMU, the same shall be conducted and performed at KGMU itself. In case any requisite diagnostic test or any other medical examination facility is not available at KGMU, patient may be referred to Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya Institute of Medical Sciences. 3. The Senior Medical Superintendent of the Hospitals at KGMU shall personally coordinate with the Chief Medical Superintendent at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya Institute of Medical Sciences, in case there arises any such requirement in the process of the treatment of the petitioner’s mother. 4. The entire treatment, including the medicines, medical equipments and medical diagnostic test/examination etc. of the patient shall be provided free of charge in terms of the provisions contained in Rules, 2013. The amount released for treatment of the petitioner’s mother from the Chief Ministers Discretionary Funds may be utilized for the said purpose. The case is now listed on 24th March 2021. The Court also directed the Chief Medical Superintendent of Hospitals at KGMU to submit a report on the next date of hearing giving details of the steps taken for the treatment.Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Next Storylast_img

first_imgNews UpdatesDelhi High Court Seeks Status Report In Plea Seeking Constitution of SIT To Investigate Into Alleged Digital Fraud And Click Fraud Scam By Facebook Nupur Thapliyal1 April 2021 6:44 AMShare This – xThe Delhi High Court recently sought Delhi Police Cyber Cell’s status report in a plea pertaining to alleged click fraud and other digital criminal frauds hatched by Facebook thereby seeking directions on Union of India, Delhi Police and Cyber Crime Cell to jointly constitute a Special Investigation Unit (SIT) for investigating into the complaint made by the petitioner company. The petition…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Delhi High Court recently sought Delhi Police Cyber Cell’s status report in a plea pertaining to alleged click fraud and other digital criminal frauds hatched by Facebook thereby seeking directions on Union of India, Delhi Police and Cyber Crime Cell to jointly constitute a Special Investigation Unit (SIT) for investigating into the complaint made by the petitioner company. The petition also alleges that this might be the “biggest click fraud scam of India” having serious impact on economy thus requiring a fair and speedy investigation. Justice Anu Malhotra vide order dated 24th March 2021 asked the Cyber Crime Cell to file the status report and listed the matter for further hearing on 15th April 2021. The development came in a petition filed by Vas Data Services Pvt. Ltd., a company running its operations through www.yepme.com, alleging that Facebook, after misusing its dominating position in the clickable advertisement industry, has caused wrongful losses to the petitioner company resulting in its unlawful gains.The petitioner company has been represented through Senior Advocate Maninder Singh along with other Advocates namely Gaurav Singh, Aekta Vats, Anuj Singh, Vediccaa Ramdanee and Anant Singh.According to petitioner company, it has been alleged that on being induced by Facebook’s market reputation and “tall claims”, it had availed the ad services from Facebook. However, in the event of any Facebook user clicking the petitioner’s advertisement, majority of them ended up on the petitioner’s web page due to which increase in traffic of prospective customers could not be achieved.”It is respectfully submitted that the present writ petition is being preferred by the petitioner, which is one such e-commerce platform viz www.yepme.com, inter alia to highlight the fraudulent and clandestine manner in which facebook.com, a social media website, has admittedly indulged in cheating with knowledge that wrongful loss may ensue to persons and has induced its customers, such as the Petitioner, to pay for ad-services knowing that it was faulty thereby resulting in huge financial losses and affecting its fundamental right to carry on its trade and business.” The petition reads. Petitioner’s Complaint Against Facebook With Cyber Cell The petitioner company, on the account of availing Facebook’s services since 2011, made periodic payments on the number of clicks landing on its website on the basis of invoices submitted by Facebook. However, after noticing a drop in sales despite huge traffic as projected by Facebook and being shocked by its “illegal and mala fide acts”, the petitioner registered an FIR against Facebook with Delhi Police’s Cyber Cell in 2019. The said complaint was filed on 18th February 2019 under sec. 415, 417, 418 read with 120B of IPC and sec. 66 of the Information Technology Act, 2000. It was however alleged by the petitioner company that the Cyber Crime Cell did not lodge register the FR despite the complaint being filed under cognizable offences. Justice Malhotra in its order dated 24th March 2021 however recorded that on a specific query asked by the Court to Delhi Police and Cyber Crime Cell, it was informed that the said complaint had already been closed. Constitution of SIT in Larger Public Interest Apart from the allegations with regards to digital fraud alleged against Facebook, the petition also seeks constitution of an immediate SIT within the mandate of Lalita Kumari judgment to carry out a fair, just and impartial investigation under the umbrella of an FIR. “The injury is large and under a well planned conspiracy, directors, sleeping partners and affiliates etc. deceived the petitioners by fraudulently and dishonestly inducing them to deliver their hard earned money thereby causing injury to not only mind body and property but also right to life, liberty, dignity and trade guaranteed under Article 19 & 21 and bringing the petitioner to screeching halt. This also indicates a larger conspiracy which may have even impacted public money.” The petition states. Furthermore, the petition reads: “Because this may be the biggest click fraud scam of India and has serious impact on economy thus requires fair-speedy investigation. Rule of law must be upheld and ensure that guilty is punished in accordance with Law notwithstanding their status. Hence, it should be investigated by CBI, ED and SFIO. It is necessary to state that fair, speedy and complete investigation is integral part of Article 21. Petitioners don’t hope complete investigations if it remains in hands of State Police as real conspirators are powerful corporations with influence.” The petition sets out the following prayers: 1. Issue directions to Respondent No.3 to submit its detailed status report before the Hon’ble Court clearly laying down the action taken till date against the proposed Accused and to bring on record the entire case file including the documents received from the Accused persons if any. 2. Issue directions by way of a suitable writ to the Respondent No.1-3 to jointly constitute a Special Investigation Unit (SIT) under the able guidance of senior level officials of all concerned and handover the investigation in the captioned complaint to the SIT. 3. Issue directions to the SIT constituted to lodge the report and investigate the matter. 4. Issue directions to Respondent No.1 to set up a body/ Authority specifically dealing with digital frauds being carried out on digital platforms in order to safeguard the rights of the stakeholders and to submit a detailed proposal before the Hon’ble Court with respect to the same. 5. 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first_imgTory victory could jeopardise Equality BillBy Kat Baker on 12 Jun 2009 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. A Conservative victory in the next general election could mean the Equality Bill will never be properly implemented, the minister taking the Bill through Parliament has told Personnel Today. Solicitor general Vera Baird has voiced concern that although the Bill would be likely to gain Royal Assent in March 2010, the Tories could repeal it when they came to power. David Cameron’s party voted against the Bill at its second reading in May. Baird said: “We will get the Bill through parliament unless there is a general election before March, so it will become law. If we were to be not elected again, there is a very serious worry that the Equality Bill wouldn’t be implemented. [The Conservatives] could repeal the legislation.” Janice Shersby, director of policy at the Government Equalities Office, responsible for the Bill, admitted last week that although it would gain Royal Assent next March, some provisions would not be timetabled to come into force until autumn 2010, to give employers time to adjust to the new law. The Bill reached committee stage earlier this month, with amendments up for debate that include Liberal Democrat equality spokeswoman Lynne Featherstone’s proposal to ban names from CVs, and a clause to force employers to report their gender pay gap from 2013. Other provisions in the Bill include the ban on secrecy clauses that prevent staff from talking about pay, and using public procurement to promote equality. The Bill is tabled to be debated in committee stage until 18 June, when, if successful, it will enter report stage for possible further amendments.last_img

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