Daily Archive: April 13, 2018

अपोलो अस्पताल को देना होगा पांच लाख का हर् जाना , राज्य आयोग का फैसला

नई दिल्ली : चिकित्सीय लापरवाही के एक केस में दिल्ली राज्य आयोग ने अप्पोलो अस्पताल प्रशाशन को पीड़ित को पांच लाख का मुआवज़ा देने का आदेश दिया है , ज़्यादा जानकारी देते हुए नॉएडा निवासी अधिवक्ता श्री आशीष दीक्षित एवं सह अधिवक्ता श्री रंजन तोमर एवं श्री कीर्ति अग्गरवाल ने बताया के 2011 में जिला उपभोक्ता अदालत ने अप्पोलो अस्पताल को मात्र 25 हज़ार रुपए हर्जाना देने का आदेश देते हुए कहा था के अस्पताल एवं डॉक्टर द्वारा कोई गंभीर लापरवाही नहीं की गई है, हालाँकि सेवाओं की कमी के कारण यह हर्ज़ाना मुक़र्रर किया गया , इसके खिलाफ अपील में गए श्री हरीश कुमार चड्ढा की मांगो को मानते हुए राज्य आयोग ने कहा के अस्पताल एवं डॉक्टर द्वारा बड़ी चिकित्सीय लापरवाही हुई जिनकी वजह से पीड़ित के पुत्र की मृत्यु हो गई ! कोर्ट ने आर्डर देते हुए कहा के 23 वर्षीय युवक की मृत्यु अस्पताल की गलतियों के कारण हुई , इस केस के बाद काफी अस्पतालों की मनमानी एवं लापरवाही पर ज़रूर लगाम लगेगी !

EC to resume hearing in AAP MLAs’ case

New Delhi, Apr 13  The Election Commission will resume from next month hearing in the cases of disqualification of 20 Aam Aadmi Party MLAs for allegedly holding office-of-profit.

The Commission has directed the 20 Delhi lawmakers to appear in person or through their legal representatives at 3.00 pm on May 17 for “oral hearing”.

The EC’s decision came days after the Delhi high court set aside an order disqualifying them. The court had also termed the recommendation as “vitiated” and “bad in law” and directed the EC to hear the issue afresh.

“The oral hearing will be on the merit of the case,” explained a senior EC official.

The court had said once the EC opinion and the subsequent notification are set aside, proceedings before the poll panel would continue from the stage the error and lapse had occurred.

The legislators, who were appointed parliamentary secretaries, had challenged their disqualification for holding office-of-profit.

The Aam Aadmi Party had alleged that the Election Commission did not give its plea a hearing since March last year. The EC had maintained that they were given two opportunities to file written submissions.

The MLAs were accused of holding offices of profit as they were appointed parliamentary secretaries to ministers in the Delhi government in March 2015.

This was soon after they were elected to the Delhi Assembly. In September 2016, the Delhi High Court had ruled against their appointment as parliamentary secretaries, after hearing their pleas on a daily basis.

The EC had on January 19 recommended the disqualification of 20 AAP MLAs – Alka Lamba, Adarsh Shastri, Sanjeev Jha, Rajesh Gupta, Kailash Gahlot, Vijendra Garg, Praveen Kumar, Sharad Kumar, Madan Lal, Shiv Charan Goyal, Sarita Singh, Naresh Yadav, Rajesh Rishi, Anil Kumar, Som Dutt, Avtar Singh, Sukhvir Singh Dala, Manoj Kumar, Nitin Tyagi and Jarnail Singh. President Ram Nath Kovind had accepted the ECs opinion the next day.

Source: PTI

IIT-Delhi student found hanging in hostel room

New Delhi, Apr 13  A 21-year-old student of IIT-Delhi was found hanging in his hostel room today, the police said.

Gopal Maloo, from Hooghly in West Bengal, was a first year student of Masters in Chemistry at the institute. He was found hanging form the ceiling fan of his room at Nilgiri Hostel, they said.

Police said that Maloo had on April 10 tried to commit suicide by consuming sleeping pills, and was admitted to Safdarjung Hospital.

Reason behind Maloo taking the extreme step is yet to be ascertained, they said.

Source: PTI

Infosys CEO Salil Parekh Delivers In His First Quarter, Net Profit At Rs 3,690 Crore

Infosys, India’s second biggest outsourcer, today reported earnings for the fourth quarter ended March 31, 2018. This is the first full quarterly numbers under its new CEO Salil Parekh, who took charge of the Bengaluru-based outsourcer in early January. Infosys reported net profit of Rs 3,690 crore in Q4, mostly in line with market estimates. Analysts polled by Reuters had on average expected Infosys to post a net profit of Rs 3,709 crore. The profit number for the March quarter is a decline as compared to previous quarter (Q3) as its March quarter profit was boosted by reversal of income tax provision of Rs 1,432 crore. Infosys had reported a net profit of Rs 5,129 crore for the quarter ended December 31, 2017.

For the March quarter, Infosys revenue from operations rose to Rs 18,083 crore, a quarter-on-quarter growth of 1.6 per cent. Operating margin in March quarter improved to 24.7 per cent from 24.3 per cent in Q3.

For FY19, Infosys guided for revenue growth of 6-8 per cent in constant currency, which is in line with market estimates.

Strict law for juvenile crimes is the need of the hour : Advocate Preeti Sirohi

Everyday we read and listen in the news about heinous crimes like brutal murder and rapes in our country & mosť of the times the accused is a minor. This clearly shows that these teens are moving in a wrong ďirection and one of the reasons is the protection givwn to them by the Juvenile Justice Act. Like many other Acts even this Act is being misused by the so called juveniles and they believe nothing will happen to them they will only be sent to remand home, their identity will not be disclosed and after a few years they can move freely in the society. I feel the law makers need to take this seriously and take some immediate steps to prevent the misuse. If a minor boy has sich high sexual desire that he brutally rapes an 8 year old kid then he’s more dangerous than any terrorist, only to staistfy themselves the juveniles are going to the extent of performing most barbaric murders.–

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