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SC orders media to not publish anything on COVID-19 before checking fact with govt

Today, the Supreme Court has ordered all the media houses to not publish or telecast anything on Coronavirus without checking fact with the government. The top court said that in an unprecedented situation of nature, any inaccurate reporting in the news portal has a serious and inevitable potential of causing panic in large sections of the society. Src: https://bit.ly/3416V2r

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SC tells Centre to counsel migrants as ‘Panic will destroy more lives than the virus‘

The Supreme Court recently asked the centre to provide counselling to migrants, who have hit the roads to return to their native villages amid the coronavirus lockdown, and rope in community leaders of all faiths to calm them down. The Supreme Court also asked the Centre to set up a portal within 24 hours for the dissemination of real-time information on the coronavirus pandemic to counter the panic being spread through fake news. SA Bobde also added to ensure that migrants moved to shelter homes were provided food, nourishment, and medical aid. Src: https://bit.ly/3dD354d

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SC seeks Centre’s response on steps taken regarding migration of workers amid lockdown

The Supreme Court on Monday sought a status report from Centre and gave a deadline of Tuesday on the measures that have been taken regarding the migration of laborers amid the lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19. The top court observed that the migration is becoming a bigger problem than the Coronavirus. The court further added that it will not create more confusion by issuing directions on measures that the government is already taking. Src: https://bit.ly/3dGzA1q

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SC asks Union Territories to release prisoners on bail or parole amid Coronavirus scare

In a bench headed by CJI SA Bobde and two others, taking into consideration the current situation and vulnerability of spread of Coronavirus inside jails, the judges have directed Union Territories to release prisoners whose undertrials are going on and offences carry maximum 7 years and prisoners who have been convicted in similar offences but sentenced for less than the maximum seven-year period to be released on bail or parole. The apex court has further directed to stop the physical presence of convicts inside court rooms and that the trials would be conducted video conferencing. Src: https://bit.ly/3acJRAk

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