Newspaper Headlines: Will Bring Law To Tackle Pollution, Centre Tells Supreme Court And Other Top Stories

Updated: October 27, 2020 09:08 IST

Newspaper Headlines: Will Bring Law To Tackle Pollution, Centre Tells Supreme Court And Other Top Stories
Hindustan Times: The Union government will bring in a new law for a permanent authority to oversee matters relating to air pollution in the National Capital Region (NCR), the Centre told the Supreme Court on Monday, prompting the judges to suspend an order that authorised former top court judge Madan Lokur to tackle the issue. The Delhi government has begun collecting data of healthcare workers in the Capital in order to prepare detailed electronic records of those who will get vaccinated for the Sars-Cov-2 in the first phase. More
Newspaper Headlines: Will Bring Law To Tackle Pollution, Centre Tells Supreme Court And Other Top Stories
The Indian Express: The stage is setfor the signing of the crucial Indo-US Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (BECA)-which pertains to geo-spatial intelligence, sharing in formation on maps and satellite images for defence purposes-as US Defence Secretary Mark T Esper and Secretary of State Michael R Pompeo arrived in Delhi Monday. With the Centre assuring a law on "air qualitymanagement" for the National Capital Region, the Supreme Court on Monday kept in abeyance its October 16 order appointing former judge Justice Madan B Lokur to a ctasaone-man monitoring committee to check stubble burning in the region.
Newspaper Headlines: Will Bring Law To Tackle Pollution, Centre Tells Supreme Court And Other Top Stories
The Telegraph: Rahul Gandhi has described farmers' burning of the Prime Minister's effigy on Dussehra as a "very dangerous precedent". The Supreme Court on Monday kept "in abeyance" a 10-day-old order appointing retired judge as a one-man committee to check air pollution in Delhi. More
Newspaper Headlines: Will Bring Law To Tackle Pollution, Centre Tells Supreme Court And Other Top Stories
The Asian Age: The Supreme Court Monday kept in abeyance its October 16 order appointing one-man panel of retired apex court judge Justice Madan B Lokur to monitor the steps taken by neighbouring states to prevent stubble burning which is a major cause of pollution in the Delhi-national capital region (NCR). US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo opened talks in India on Monday, kicking off a four-country Asia tour that he has said will focus on the "threats" posed by China. More

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