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“It blows open how we think about vision. nursing homes and labs.A bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar directed the Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) to file a detailed affidavit on the issue and asked it to point out whether any hospital nursing home and laboratory has its own facility to deal with the bio-medical waste Watch what else is making news “The counsel appearing for DPCC is directed to file a comprehensive affidavit only by the Member Secretary giving total number of hospital nursing homes laboratories and other allied medical facilities in NCT Delhi “Out of these what is the extent of generation of bio-medical waste per category Further the quantum of generated bio-medical waste facilities that reach to them… The NCT Delhi (government) is directed to furnish complete details to the DPCC and file a copy” the bench said It also issued notice to all these medical “facilities” in the city and asked them to be present before it on October 19 the next date of hearing The tribunal had in July directed hospitals in Uttarakhand to properly manage bio-medical and solid waste in the state and said any violation would lead to imposition of environmental compensation of Rs 50000 on them The NGT had earlier said that there should be no throwing of any medical bio medical or any other waste into Ganga and if any hospital was found doing so anywhere the authorities would recover Rs 20000 per violation from them It had directed Uttarakhand government to construct at least two more bio-medical waste and hazardous waste plants to meet the requirement of hospitals in the state For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Published: July 4 2013 2:56 pm Related News The Delhi High Court today extended till July 22 the interim bail of former Haryana Chief Minister O P Chautala in the JBT teachers’ recruitment scam on medical grounds Justice Siddharth Mridul perused the status report filed by the CBI with regard to the present health condition of Chautala and also the medical documents filed by the INLD chief while extending his interim bailwhich was to expire today On May 21the court had granted six week interim bail to Chautala to undergo the pacemaker implant While extending his interim bail todaythe court asked Chautala to obtain an elaborate report on his health condition from the hospital and furnish the same before the court in the next ten days The courtin its ordersaid”in the meanwhilethe interim medical bail granted to the applicant (Chautala) shall remain extendedin the same terms and conditions mentioned in the earlier ordertill July 22” Chautala’s counsel U U Lalit submitted that at the moment his client is undergoing treatment in Medanta Medicity Hospital in Gurgaon where he was operated upon and the doctors have advised him three-month post-surgery follow up HoweverCBI counsel Rajdeepa Behura sought the court for an order to examine the private hospital’s report by a medical boardTo this submissionthe court did not pass any order but accepted the CBI’s status report and the hospital’s medical report 78-year-old Chautala had sought extension of his interim bailsaying he continues to be in a fragile state of healthbesides being severely handicapped by various disabilities He had said he required constant extra care during the period of three months and constant follow up and clean and stress free environment The chief of Indian National Lok Dal (INLD)along with 54 othershad been sentenced to ten-year imprisonment by a trial court in the 2000 teachers’ recruitment scamHe had moved high court challenging his conviction and also sought bail for undergoing pacemaker implant A medical board was also constituted on court’s direction The boardwhich comprised a doctor from Tihar Jail and one specialist each from AIIMSRML Hospital and GB Pant Hospital herein its report had suggested that the veteran Haryana politician needs a pacemaker implant in his heart On January 22the trial court had convicted and sentenced Chautala and nine othersincluding his son Ajay Chautalato 10 years jail term for illegally recruiting 3206 junior teachers in 2000 Among other convicts44 have been sentenced to four years in jail and one was sentenced to a five-year jail term in the case All of them were held guilty of cheatingforgeryusing fake documents as genuineconspiracy under the IPC and for abusing their official position under the Prevention of Corruption Act For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: November 24 2015 7:10 am Arun Jaitley at #RNGAwards Top News Veteran journalist columnist and author Kuldip Nayar was on Monday honoured with ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ for his contribution to journalism at the eighth edition of the prestigious Ramnath Goenka Excellence awards for years 2013 and 2014 Nayar is former editor of the Indian Express During Emergency he was jailed under the Maintenance of Internal Security Act (MISA) for leading a protest against the excesses of the administration Watch: Ramnath Goenka Awards 2015 At a glittering ceremony attended by leading lights from diverse fields Information and Broadcasting minister Arun Jaitley handed over the awards to 56 journalists for their exceptional reportage in print as well as broadcast media in various categories for years 2013 and 2014 Speaking on the occasion Jaitley said “A big challenge which media faces even today” is from various people involved in other businesses also tend to control news organisations and the editorial columns start “reflecting the obvious conflict of the different interests that they have” Jaitley said Goenka realised that newspaper business has to be a “standalone business” To ensure that his newspapers are insulated from external influences Goenka established real-estate centres in various cities to support his publication the Union minister said This policy helped him during Emergency where he virtually became the sole voice in favour of democracy Jaitley said “We live in an era where mediocrity sometimes dominates To select excellence and reward it year by year I think is a fitting tribute to him” Jaitley said The newsreports which got the awards included from moving accounts of the 2012 Muzaffarnagar riot survivors to a series of reports from Syria and Iraq on the havoc wrought by the Islamic State and from sterilisation deaths in Chhattisgarh to heart-warming accounts of young girls learning to play cricket in a Maoist-affected village in Jharkhand Speaking at the occasion Viveck Goenka chairman of the Express Group and the Ramnath Goenka Foundation said a record number of applicants this time– 700– and the quality of stories awarded showed that excellence in journalism isn’t in short supply Journalists like economists he said have to be students of “human nature of exuberance and fear” especially at a time of disruptive change Goenka added Among the winners Radheshyam Bapu Jadhav of The Times of India bagged the Prakash Kardaley Memorial Award for Civic Journalism (2014) for his reports on illegal buildings in Pune and the fear of the residents amid political apathy Richard Joseph of Rashtra Deepika won this award for 2013 for a story documenting life of children in tribal villages who drop out of school to support their families For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News its walls are plastered with graphs,4Ghz, that’s Edakkal for you. told STAT that it may be at least 5 to 7 years before a Zika vaccine is commercially available. 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