The Supreme Court had ordered in October that no state shall deny this benefit on the ground that 'cause of death' listed in the death certificate is not COVID.
Announcing the financial assistance through video conferencing, Naveen Patnaik said the move will benefit 1.1 lakh street vendors across 114 urban local bodies (ULBs).
ACT foundation was providing 500 LPM Oxygen Plant, which are being established in six District Area hospitals, while Master Card, Modulus Housing was providing mobile hospital units.
Later, Shivakumar took part in an interaction session with SCs at Sindagi. He prasied MLA M B Patil for offering affordable medical facilities to Covid patients at BLDE hospital.
The social welfare department said that since the scheme has been launched recently, it might take time to collect all the documents but in the coming days the process would be fast tracked.
Cases filed from May 10 to June 30; legal metrology department’s central zone registered 116 cases for selling items without proper declarations on packets, 42 cases in Ernakulam
So far, over 4,500 grocery and PPE kits have been distributed in India with a goal to reach 10,000 specially abled people, a media release said.
The plan is to contribute the amount he receives to the Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund (CMDRF).
Advocates' bodies in the state urge govt to announce package for advocates in distress.
The State government on Thursday informed the Madras High Court that it is considering the representation of transpersons seeking Rs 4,000 financial aid during the lockdown.
Kerala woman who donated generously for Covid aid, invited to Pinarayi Vijayan’s swearing-in ceremony
When the new LDF government is sworn-in on Thursday, there will be one person among the audience who has always supported the previous government’s efforts.
The survey also found that 80 per cent of the teachers did not receive the 25 kg rice bag promised by the government.
Over 11,000 concentrators, 19 oxygen generation plants among other global aid sent to states: Centre
An official press release stated that India has been receiving international donations and aid of COVID-19 relief medical supplies and equipment since April 27 this year.
Delhi Cabinet on Friday approved the scheme to provide a financial assistance of Rs 5,000 to auto and taxi drivers in the national capital in view of Covid-19 pandemic.
Every individual effort counts, says megastar Amitabh Bachchan as he gives details about charity work
The veteran actor also announced that he had contributed for another COVID care facility in Mumbai's Juhu, which is now ready and will be operational in a day.