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1CentreMinistry of Corporate AffairsClarification on passing of Ordinary and Special resolutions by the companies under the Companies Act, 2013 read with rules made thereunder on account of COVID-19-Extention of timeline05/05/2022Ministry of Corporate Affairs
2CentreNational Company Law Appellate TribunalFine of Rs 500 for not wearing face mask cover 22/04/2022Department of Health and Family Welfare
3CentreMinistry of Shipping, Road Transport and HighwaysRelief for Contractors/Developers of Road Sector in view of COVID-19 pandemic - reg11/04/2022Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways
4CentreMinistry of Home Affairs Chief Secretaries on COVID containment 22/03/2022Ministry of Home Affairs
5CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGuidelines for Covid-19 Vaccination of Children Between 12-14 Years of age21/03/2022Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
6CentreMinistry of Human Resource DevelopmentCOVID-related Research & Development Work21/03/2022Ministry of Human Resource Development
7CentreMinistry of RailwaysDirectives for COVID-19 management.28/02/2022Ministry of Railways
8CentreMinistry of Home Affairs COVID Containment 25/02/2022Ministry of Home Affairs
9CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareList of Countries/Regions in respect of which primary vaccination schedule completion certificate is allowed to be uploaded10/02/2022Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
10CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGuidelines for International Arrivals 10/02/2022Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
11CentreMinistry of CommunicationsConduct of GMDSS course amid present COVID situation07/02/2022Ministry of Communication
12CentreMinistry of RailwaysDirectives for COVID-19 management.31/01/2022Ministry of Railways
13CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGuidelines for International Arrivals20/01/2022Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
14CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareRevised Comprehensive Guidelines for Management of COVID-19 in Children and Adolescents (below 18 years)20/01/2022Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
15CentreDirectorate General of Civil AviationTravel and Visa restrictions related to Covid-1919/01/2022Directorate General of Civil Aviation
16CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareCLINICAL GUIDANCE FOR MANAGEMENT OF ADULT COVID-19 PATIENTS17/01/2022Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
17CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareREVISED GUIDELINES FOR HOME ISOLATION OF MILD /ASYMPTOMATIC COVID-19 CASES12/01/2022Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
18CentreDirectorate General of Civil AviationCONDUCT OF CLASS 1 CIVIL AIRCREW MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS IN VIEW OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC AT IAF CENTRES10/01/2022Directorate General of Civil Aviation
19CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareRevised Discharge Policy for COVID-1909/01/2022Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
20CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareRevised Advisory for managing Health Care Workers (HCWs) working in COVID and NonCOVID areas of the Health Care Facilities 09/01/2022Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
21CentreMinistry of Food Processing IndustriesCOVID Grievance Cell of Ministry of Food Processing Industries07/01/2022Ministry of Food Processing Indistries
22CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareList of Countries from where travellers would need to follow additional measures on arrival in India07/01/2022Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
23CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGuidelines for International Arrivals07/01/2022Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
24CentreSupreme Court of IndiaCovid-19 testing facility established in the Supreme Court premises behind UCO Bank Utility Area continues to function on working days07/01/2022Supreme Court of India
25CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGuidelines for International Arrivals 07/01/2022Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
26CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareRevised guidelines for Home Isolation of mild /asymptomatic COVID-19 cases05/01/2022Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
27CentreMinistry of Shipping, Road Transport and HighwaysRelief for Contractors/Developers of Road Sector in view of COVID-19 pandemic 04/01/2022Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways
28CentreMinistry of RailwaysDirectives for COVID-19 management31/12/2021Ministry of Railways
29CentreMinistry of RailwaysDirectives for Covid-19 management28/12/2021Ministry of Railways
30CentreMinistry of Home Affairs Covid containment measures 27/12/2021Ministry of Home Affairs
31CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGuidelines for COVID-19 vaccination of children between 15-18 years and precaution dose to HCWs, FLWs & 60+ population with comorbidities27/12/2021Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
32CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareCLINICAL GUIDANCE FOR MANAGEMENT OF ADULT COVID-19 PATIENTS24/12/2021Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
33CentreDirectorate General of Civil AviationTravel and Visa restrictions related to Covid1909/12/2021Directorate General of Civil Aviation
34CentreMinistry of Corporate AffairsClarification on passing of Ordinary and Special resolutions by the companies under the Companies Act, 2013 read with rules made thereunder on account of COVID-19-Extention of timeline-reg. | 08/12/2021Ministry of Corporate Affairs
35CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareFAQs on SARS-CoV-2 Variant-Omicron03/12/2021Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
36CentreMinistry of RailwaysDirectives for COVID-19 management02/12/2021Ministry of Railways
37CentreMinistry of Railways Directives for COVID-19 management01/12/2021Ministry of Railways
38CentreMinistry of DefenceReimbursement of cancellation reschedule charges for air train tickets booked for the purpose of LTC and repayment of LTC advance due to COVID-19 pandemic- clarification reg.30/11/2021Ministry of defence
39CentreMinistry of CommunicationsReimbursement of cancellation/reschedule charges for air/train tickets booked for the purpose of LTC and repayment of LTC advance due to Covid-19 pandemic -reg30/11/2021Ministry of Communication
40CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGuidelines for International Arrivals (Dated 30th November 2021)30/11/2021Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
41CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareList of Countries from where travellers would need to follow additional measures on arrival in India, including post-arrival testing (Countries at-risk)30/11/2021Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
42CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGuidelines for International Arrivals30/11/2021Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
43CentreDirectorate General of Civil AviationRevised guidelines for international arrivals.29/11/2021Directorate General of Civil Aviation
44CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGuidelines for International Arrivals28/11/2021Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
45CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareList of Countries from where travelers would need to follow additional measures on arrival in India, including post-arrival testing28/11/2021Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
46CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGuidelines for International Arrivals28/11/2021Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
47CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGuidelines for provision of family planning services during and post Covi-19 pandemic24/11/2021Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
48CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGuidelines for International Arrivals11/11/2021Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
49CentreMinistry of RailwaysDirectives for COVID-19 management02/11/2021Ministry of Railways
50CentreDirectorate General of Civil AviationTravel and Visa Restriction related to Covid-1929/10/2021Directorate General of Civil Aviation
51CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareNATIONAL COMPREHENSIVE GUIDELINES FOR MANAGEMENT OF POSTCOVID SEQUELAE21/10/2021Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
52CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGuidelines for International Arrivals20/10/2021Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
53CentreMinistry of Shipping, Road Transport and HighwaysRelief for Contractors/Developers of Road Sector in view of COVID-l9 pandemic.08/10/2021Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways
54CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGuidelines on operationalization of maternal health services during Covid-19 pandemic 05/10/2021Ministry of Heath and Family Welfare
55CentreSecurities and Exchange Board of IndiaGuidelines for Investment Advisers’ -Extension of timelines30/09/2021Securities and Exchange Board of India
56CentreMinistry of RailwaysDirectives for Covid-19 management30/09/2021Ministry of Railways
57CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareNational Guidelines for Safe Dental Practice During Covid-19 pandemic29/09/2021Ministry of Heath and Family Welfare
58CentreDirectorate General of Civil AviationTravel and Visa Restriction due to Covid-1928/09/2021Directorate General of Covil aviation
59CentreInsurance regulatory and Development Authority of IndiaExtension of timelines for sale and renewal of short term Covid specific health insurance policies13/09/2021Insurance regulatory and Development authority of India
60CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareAddendumtoGuidelinesonInternationalArrivaldated17thFebruary 202106/09/2021Ministry of Heath and Family Welfare
61CentreMinistry of RailwaysImplementation Framework for community Containment/Large containment areas for COVID-19 in the Country03/09/2021Ministry of Railways
62CentreDirectorate General of Civil AviationTravel and Visa restrictions related to COVID-1929/08/2021Directorate General of Covil aviation
63CentreMinistry of Shipping, Road Transport and HighwaysRelief for Contractors/Developers of Road Sector in view of 2nd wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.26/08/2021Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways
64CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGuidelines for domestic travel (flight/train/ship/ bus inter-state travel) In super session of guidelines issued on 24.05.2020 25/08/2021Ministry of Heath and Family Welfare
65CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGenomic Surveillance for SARS-CoV-2 Indian SARS-CoV-2 Genomics Consortium (INSACOG)17/08/2021Ministry of Heath and Family Welfare
66CentreMinistry of Shipping, Road Transport and HighwaysReli ef for Contract ors/Developers of Road Sector in view of COYID·19 pandemic.03/08/2021Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways
67CentreDirectorate General of Civil AviationTravel and Visa restrictions related to COVID-1931/07/2021Directorate General of Civil Aviation
68CentreMinistry of RailwaysImplementation Framework for community Containment/Large containment areas for COVID-19 in the Country29/07/2021Ministry of Railways
69CentreSecurities and Exchange Board of IndiaHolding of Annual General Meeting (AGM) by top 100 listed entities by market capitalization 23/07/2021Securities and Exchange Board of India
70CentreMinistry of Home Affairs MHA advisory States and UTs for covid-19 management14/07/2021Ministry of Home Affairs
71CentreMinistry of CommunicationsClarification on Children Education Allowance CEA during COVID 19 epidemic Lockdown period13/07/2021Ministry of communications
72CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareOperational Guidance for COVID-19 Vaccination of Pregnant Women02/07/2021Ministry of health and family welfare
73CentreMinistry of RailwaysImplementation containment areas for COVID-19 in the Country. 01/07/2021Ministry of Railways
74CentreDirectorate General of Civil AviationTravel and Visa restrictions related to COVID-1930/06/2021Directorate General of Civil Aviation
75CentreMinistry of Home Affairs For containment of Covid-1929/06/2021Ministry of Home Affairs
76CentreMinistry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public DistributionExtension of period of three months for verification and stamping of weights & Measure due to prevalent situation of Covid 19 -Regarding28/06/2021Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution
77CentreMinistry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public DistributionExtension of period up to 30.9.2021 for utilisation of the pre-printed packing material stock due to prevalent situation of COVID-19 - reg21/06/2021Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution
78CentreNational Disaster Management AuthorityGuidelines for Management of COVID-19 in Children (below 18 years)18/06/2021National Disaster Management Authority
79CentreNational Disaster Management AuthorityGuidelines on Operationalization of COVID Care Services for Children & Adolescents18/06/2021National Disaster Management Authority
80CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGuidelines on Operationalization of COVID Care Services for Children & Adolescents16/06/2021Ministry of health and family welfare
81CentreMinistry of CommunicationsAllotment of short code 14410 for COVID-19 Tele-Medicine MentalHealth helpline call centre to Assam Disaster Management Authority, Government of Assam16/06/2021Ministry of communications
82CentreMinistry of Labour and EmploymentPreventive measures to contain the spread of COVID-19-reg.15/06/2021Ministry of Labor and Employment
83CentreMinistry of CommunicationsRelaxation in Submission of Letter of Intent-LoI compliance in the wake of COVID-19.09/06/2021Ministry of communications
84CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareRevised Guidelines for implementation of National COVID Vaccination Program08/06/2021Ministry of health and family welfare
85CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareAdvisory for Rational use of Remdesivir for COVID-19 Treatment07/06/2021Ministry of health and family welfare
86CentreMinistry of CommunicationsSimplification of procedure for investigations and treatment related to COVID-19-infection01/06/2021Ministry of communications
87CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareClinical Guidance on Diagnosis and Management of Diabetes at COVID-19 01/06/2021Ministry of health and family welfare
88CentreMinistry of Labour and EmploymentPreventive measures to contain the spread of COVID-19-reg.01/06/2021Ministry of Labor and Employment
89CentreSecurities and Exchange Board of IndiaRelaxation in compliance with requirements pertainingto AIFs and VCFs.31/05/2021Securities and Exchange Board of India
90CentreSupreme Court of Indiameasures to prevent covid-1931/05/2021Supreme Court of India
91CentreMinistry of CommunicationsExtension to validity of RTR licenses in view of COVID-19 outbreak31/05/2021Ministry of communications
92CentreMinistry of RailwaysImplementation Framework for community Containment/Large containment areas for COVID-19 in the Country28/05/2021Ministry of Railways
93CentreDirectorate General of Civil Aviationtravel and visa restrictions related to covid-1928/05/2021Directorate General of Civil Aviation
94CentreNational Disaster Management AuthorityContainment measures for Covid-1927/05/2021National Disaster Management Authority
95CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareNear to Home COVID Vaccination Centres (NHCVC) for Elderly and Differently Abled Citizens27/05/2021Ministry of health and family welfare
96CentreMinistry of Labour and EmploymentPreventive measures to contain the spread of COVID-19-reg.25/05/2021Ministry of Labor and Employment
97CentreNational Company Law Appellate TribunalNotice regarding filling of hard copies due to existing covid-1924/05/2021National company law appellate tribunal
98CentreDirectorate General of Civil AviationExtension of airworthiness review certificate during the phase of Covid-1924/05/2021Directorate General of Civil Aviation
99CentreMinistry of Health and Family WelfareGuidelines for Integration of Co-WIN with Third-Party Applications Developed by Ecosystem Partners24/05/2021Ministry of health and family welfare
100CentreSupreme Court of IndiaNOTICE INVITING TENDER FOR SUPPLY OF VARIOUS ESSENTIAL ITEMS FOR PREVENTION OF COVID-1921/05/2021Supreme Court of India
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1Bombay High CourtIncrease in Covid19 cases and the emergence of the new Covid19 variant "Omicron" - Mumbai Police issues further restrictions till 15th Jan 2022NA31/12/2021http://www.bombaychamber.com/knowledgecenter?CovidUpdates.html
2Bombay High CourtMaharashtra Govt imposes further restrictions amending orders dated 24th December 2022NA30/12/2021http://www.bombaychamber.com/knowledgecenter?CovidUpdates.html
3Bombay High CourtMinistry of Home Affairs orders that the National Directives for COVID-19 Management, shall continue to be strictly followed throughout the countryNA29/12/2021http://www.bombaychamber.com/knowledgecenter?CovidUpdates.html
4Bombay High CourtMumbai Police imposes Section 144 to avoid large gatherings till January 7NA29/12/2021Mumbai Police imposes Section 144 to avoid large gatherings till January 7
5Bombay High CourtMaharashtra notifies ban on any assembly of people in groups of more than 5 from 9 PM to 6 AM throughout the state in all public places from 00 hrs on 25th Dec 2021NA24/12/2021http://www.bombaychamber.com/knowledgecenter?CovidUpdates.html
6Bombay High CourtMumbai Police issues orders against violation of conditions laid down in Notification dated 27.11. 2021 on prevention and containment of COVID-19NA14/12/2021http://www.bombaychamber.com/knowledgecenter?CovidUpdates.html
7Bombay High CourtMinistry of Home Affairs extends order dated 28th September, 2021, to ensure compliance with the Prompt & Effective Containment Measures for COVID-19, till 31.12.21NA02/12/2021http://www.bombaychamber.com/knowledgecenter?CovidUpdates.html
8Supreme Court Of India Ex gratia monetary compensation to the families of the deceased who have succumbed to the pandemic of Covid-19Reepak Kansal v. Union of India and others with Gaurav Kumar Bansal v. Union of India and others30/06/2021Supreme Court of India
9Supreme Court Of IndiaPROBLEMS AND MISERIES OF MIGRANT LABOURERSBandhua Mukti Morcha Versus Union of India & Ors.29/06/2021Supreme Court of India
10Manipur High CourtRegarding question as to whether vaccination can at all be made mandatory and whether such mandatory action can adversely affect the right of a citizen to earn his/her livelihood.Registrar General, v. State of Meghalaya,25/06/2021http://ervices.ecourts.gov.in/
11Guwahati High CourtCourt directs ration be provided to struggling sex workers due to covid and their families who have been identified; further asks AIDS societies to identify the rest and give reliefNA01/06/2021Gauhati High Court
12Guwahati High CourtCourt directs ration be provided to struggling sex workers due to covid and their families who have been identified; further asks AIDS societies to identify the rest and give reliefNA01/06/2021Gauhati High Court
13Guwahati High CourtCourt directs ration be provided to struggling sex workers due to covid and their families who have been identified; further asks AIDS societies to identify the rest and give reliefNA01/06/2021Gauhati High Court
14Supreme Court Of IndiaDISTRIBUTION OF ESSENTIAL SUPPLIES AND SERVICES DURING PANDEMICNA31/05/2021Supreme Court of India
15Andhra Pradesh High CourtAndhra Pradesh High Court Express Dissatisfaction over covid 19 management in stateNA06/05/2021Adhra Pradesh High court
16Andhra Pradesh High CourtAndhra Pradesh High Court Express Dissatisfaction over covid 19 management in stateNA06/05/2021Adhra Pradesh High court
17Bombay High CourtExtension of protection of interim reliefNA06/05/2021Bombay High Court
18Madhya Pradesh High CourtAllocation of remdesivirNA06/05/2021Madhya Pradesh High Court
19Andhra Pradesh High CourtAndhra Pradesh High Court Express Dissatisfaction over covid 19 management in stateNA06/05/2021Adhra Pradesh High court
20Patna High CourtDrastic steps needed to be taken by state governmentNA04/05/2021Patna High Court
21Rajasthan High CourtCircular regarding functioning of Subordinate Courts/Special Courts/Tribunals from 04.05.2021.NA02/05/2021Rajasthan High Court
22Rajasthan High CourtNotification regarding functioning of Rajasthan High Court from 04.05.2021.NA02/05/2021Supreme Court of India
23Supreme Court Of IndiaDistribution of Essential Supplies and Services during Covid-19NA30/04/2021Supreme Court of India
24Rajasthan High CourtNotice regarding Honorable Supreme Court order extending period of limitationNA29/04/2021Rajasthan High Court
25Chennai High CourtEven as the common man remains apprehensive and fears for his life while praying that he does not get affected by the virus since the medical facilities remain suspect, the State’s indolence knows no bounds to use the pandemic as an excuse for acting in flagrant breach of orders of this Court.na28/04/2021Madras High Court
26Uttarakhand High Courtevery single town of the State must endeavour to fight against the pandemic and to ameliorate the condition of the public at large.na28/04/2021Uttarakhand high court
27Uttarakhand High Courtevery single town of the State must endeavour to fight against the pandemic and to ameliorate the condition of the public at large.Anu Chandra v. State of Uttarakhand28/04/2021Uttarakhand high court
28Uttarakhand High Courtevery single town of the State must endeavour to fight against the pandemic and to ameliorate the condition of the public at large.na28/04/2021Uttarakhand high court
29Uttarakhand High Courtevery single town of the State must endeavour to fight against the pandemic and to ameliorate the condition of the public at large.na28/04/2021Uttarakhand high court
30Uttarakhand High Courtevery single town of the State must endeavour to fight against the pandemic and to ameliorate the condition of the public at large.na28/04/2021Uttarakhand high court
31Supreme Court Of IndiaRestoration of order relating to extension of limitation periodNA27/04/2021Supreme court of India
32Allahabad High CourtGuidelines for Functioning of district Courts/ Tribunals in view of increasing Covid-19 casesNA26/04/2021Allahabad High Court
33Bombay High Court‘Covishield trademarkNA20/04/2021Bombay High Court
34Meghalaya High CourtRevised Restrictions, 19th April 2021na19/04/2021Government of Meghalaya
35Rajasthan High CourtRajasthan High Court: Jodhpur and Jaipur Bench shall function only through video conferencing for urgent matters instituted in year 2021 till 3rd May, 2021na19/04/2021Rajasthan High Court
36Allahabad High CourtFunctioning of High Court during COVID-19 MODALITIES & ARRANGEMENTNA19/04/2021Allahabad High Court
37Guwahati High CourtRevised Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) to contain the spread of COVID-19 in the state - 16.04.2021na16/04/2021Government of Nagaland
38Karnataka High CourtExtension of all interim ordersNA16/04/2021Karnataka High Court
39Bombay High CourtSudden rise in covid cases in prisons in the state of MaharashtraNA16/04/2021Bombay High Court
40Bombay High CourtSudden rise in covid cases in prisons in the state of MaharashtraNA16/04/2021Bombay High Court
41Bombay High CourtSudden rise in covid cases in prisons in the state of MaharashtraNA16/04/2021Bombay High Court
42Bombay High CourtSudden rise in covid cases in prisons in the state of MaharashtraNA16/04/2021Bombay High Court
43Manipur High CourtOrders for mandatory production of a negative RT-PCR/TrueNat/CB-NAAT COVID-19 test report for all persons entering Manipurna15/04/2021Government of Manipur
44Bombay High CourtRT PCR reports to be given to the patient immediately on what's app and hard copyNA15/04/2021Bombay High Court
45Rajasthan High CourtCovid-19 Guidelinesna14/04/2021Rajasthan Government
46Allahabad High Court Allahabad High Court to function by way of virtual mode from today; 25 Courts made functional for virtual hearingna11/04/2021Allahabad High Court
47Kolkata High CourtNotification regarding manner of hearing of cases on and from 12th April 2021 in the High Court at Calcutta na11/04/2021https://www.calcuttahighcourt.gov.in/
48Rajasthan High CourtCovid-19 Second phase orderna09/04/2021Rajasthan Government
49Guwahati High CourtUnlock guidelines April 2021na09/04/2021Health and family welfare department
50Orissa High CourtOrder for containment of COVID-19na08/04/2021Office of Special relief commissioner
51Delhi High CourtVirtual hearingna08/04/2021Delhi High Court
52Kolkata High CourtImplementation of COVID Patient Management System (CPMS)NA06/04/2021GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE DEPARTMENT
53Rajasthan High CourtOrder regarding second wave of covid-19 applicable till 19 April 2021na04/04/2021Rajasthan Government
54Orissa High CourtOrders on Night Curfew in 10 Districts form 05.04.2021na03/04/2021Office of Special relief commissioner
55Orissa High CourtGuidelines on COVID for the month of April, 2021na31/03/2021Office of Special relief commissioner
56Sikkim High CourtOrder from Home Department regarding Measures to Contain Covid-19.na31/03/2021Government of Sikkim, Home Department
57Rajasthan High CourtEffective enforcement of Test-Track-Treat Protocol Guidelines for containment of Covid 19 for the period up to 30th April 2021na31/03/2021http://www.rpcb.rajasthan.gov.in/
58Telangana High CourtEnforcement of wearing masksna27/03/2021General Administration (Covid) Department
59Supreme Court Of IndiaThere shall be full waiver of interest on interest in Loan Moratorium caseSmall Scale Industrial Manufactures Association (Regd.) Versus Union of India and others23/03/2021https://www.sci.gov.in/
60Telangana High CourtClosing of Educational Institutionsna23/03/2021General Administration (Covid) Department
61Sikkim High CourtContainment orders issued from the Office of DC Eastna19/03/2021Government of Sikkim, Home Department
62Guwahati High CourtOrder regadarding Prevention measures to be followed while conducting the HSLC and HSSLC Examinations 2021 to contain the spread of COVID-19na19/03/2021Home department
63Sikkim High Court MEASURES FOR CONTAINMENT OF COVID-I9na18/03/2021Government of Sikkim, Home Department
64Delhi High Courtorder because of an alarming situation which was witnessed, by the Court, during the Air India flight from Kolkata to New Delhi on 5th March, 2021COURT ON ITS OWN MOTION versus DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION & ORS.17/03/2021http://delhihighcourt.nic.in/dhcOrdJud_judg_list.asp?yr_d=0
65Delhi High CourtCOVID Guidelines- Delhi High Court OrderCourt on its own motion v. Directorate General of civil aviation and ors.11/03/2021Civil Aviation and Tourism Department
66Punjab & Haryana High CourtORDER FOR CAPPING OF TREATMENT CHARGES FOR SELF REPORTING COVID-19 PATIENTS AVAILING TREATMENT AT PRIVATE HOSPITALS, NURSING HOMES, CLINICS DATED 08-03-2021na08/03/2021Health and family welfare department
67Punjab & Haryana High CourtORDER FOR CAPPING OF TREATMENT CHARGES FOR SELF REPORTING COVID-19 PATIENTS AVAILING TREATMENT AT PRIVATE HOSPITALS, NURSING HOMES, CLINICS DATED 08-03-2021na08/03/2021Health and family welfare department
68Punjab & Haryana High CourtORDER FOR TREATMENT CHARGES FOR COVID-19 PATIENTS REFERRED BY GOVERNMENT TO PRIVATE HOSPITAL, NURSING HOMES, CLINICS DATED 08-03-2021na08/03/2021Health and family welfare department
69Punjab & Haryana High CourtORDER FOR CAPPING OF CHARGES FOR CT HRCT SCAN FOR CHEST DATED 08-03-2021na08/03/2021Department of Health and family welfare
70Punjab & Haryana High CourtORDER FOR CAPPING OF CHARGES FOR RT-PCR FOR COVID-19 DATED 08-03-2021na08/03/2021Health and family welfare department
71Guwahati High CourtOrder: Re-opening of Universities, Colleges and Technical Institutionsna19/02/2021Order: Re-opening of Universities, Colleges and Technical Institutions
72Guwahati High CourtOrder - Opening of religious places/places of religious worshipna13/02/2021Order - Opening of religious places/places of religious worship
73Madhya Pradesh High CourtSOP for subordinates courts issued by Madhya Pradesh High CourtsNA15/01/2021Madhya Pradesh High Court
74Delhi High CourtThe High Court of Delhi has issued an Office Order No.250 /RG/DHC/2020 dated 06.08.2020, in regard to the payment of Court Fee consequent upon resumption of physical filing of Non-urgent/ordinary mattersNA06/08/2020Office Order No.250 /RG/DHC/2020 dated 06.08.2020
75Supreme Court Of IndiaThe Hon’ble the Supreme Court of India has issued a Circular to inform about mandatory submission/filing of soft copy of the petition as well as the accompanying documents, along with physical filing at the filing counter of the Registry. This has been notified vide F. No.10/Judl.2020 dated 27th July, 2020.NA27/07/2020Circular dated 27.07.2020
76Gujarat High CourtOn 27th July, 2020, the High Court of Gujarat has issued the guidelines for physical filing of all category of cases in the Subordinate Courts of Gujarat, with effect from 04.08.2020. The said guidelines are issued in addition to the earlier Circulars / Guidelines dated 13.03.2020, 17.03.2020, 21.03.2020, 23.03.2020, 15.04.2020, 08.06.2020 and 26.06.2020.NA27/07/2020Circular Dated 27.07.2020
77Supreme Court Of India For the information of all the Advocates & Litigants, the Hon’ble the Supreme Court of India has issued a Circular on 25th July, 2020 to inform about the launch of iOS Version of Official Mobile App of Supreme Court of IndiaNA25/07/2020Circular dated 25.07.2020
78Bombay High CourtConsidering the current situation due to Covid-19 pandemic, the High Court has extended all the interim orders passed by the High Court and Subordinate Courts till 31st August, 2020, unless otherwise directed meanwhile, on the same terms, vide Order dated 15.07.2020NA15/07/2020Order dated 15.07.2020
79Supreme Court Of IndiaOn 10th July, 2020, the Hon’ble the Supreme Court of India has issued a Circular in regard to informing the new mode of interaction of Party-in-person with Registrar through Video Conferencing. The Standard Operating Procedure for the said purpose has also been issued for the reference of all concerned.NA10/07/2020Supreme Court Circular & SOP dated 10.07.2020
80Gujarat High CourtConsidering the high possibility of spread of Covid-19 in the area of High Court of Gujarat of Ahmedabad, the details of all the staff members, advocates and others who entered the Court premises in last two weeks were provided to the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation and the testing was also carried out from 4th July, 2020 which is still continuing. In this regard, the High Court of Gujarat, Ahmedabad has issued a Circular on 7th July, 2020 declaring the suspension of the judicial functioning tilNA07/07/2020Circular Dated 07.07.2020
81Delhi High CourtOn 27th June, 2020, the High Court of Delhi has issued a Circular No.10/IT/DHC/2020 in regard to the Online e-Filing System Helpline Number to ensure the quick resolution of any complaint or query from Advocates/Litigants-in-person relating to the procedure of ‘Online e-Filing System’NA27/06/2020Circular No.10/IT/DHC/2020 dated 27.06.2020
82Delhi High CourtOrder on the writ petition by Air force civilian cook association about their grievance of forced quarantine and following the roster of 14+14+7 daysALL INDIA AIR FORCE CIVILIAN COOKS ASSOCIATION & ANR. vs UNION OF INDIA & ORS.22/06/2020Order allowing the petition subject to just exceptions
83Delhi High CourtOn 20th June, 2020, the High Court of Delhi has issued a Circular No.01/IT/DHC/2020 for allowing viewing of the court hearings to public in accordance with the High Court of Delhi Rules for Video Conferencing for Courts 2020. NA20/06/2020The High Court of Delhi Circular dated 20.06.2020
84Telangana High CourtAmendment to Modified Guidelines for online Filing and hearing through Video conferencing during the Covid-19 Pandemic lockdown period - Amendment to guideline No.11 of guidelines dated 9.5.2020NA18/06/2020Guideline for online filing and hearing
85Bombay High CourtOn 16th June, 2020, the High Court of Bombay has issued a Circular on allowing physical filing of the cases before all the Subordinate Courts in the States of Maharashtra and Goa and Union TerritoryNA16/06/2020The High Court of Bombay Circular dated 16.06.2020
86Gujarat High CourtOn 14th June, 2020, the High Court of Gujarat has issued a Circular in regard to the listing of urgent fresh matters and hearing through Video Conferencing including a detailed chart of email addresses for the E-mail Filing and instructions with respect to the sameNA14/06/2020High Court of Gujarat Circular dated 14.06.2020
87Telangana High CourtExtension of suspension of work of subordinate courts and tribunals etc. due to COVID-19 pandemic in the state till 30.06.2020 and further instructionsNA13/06/2020Extension of suspension of work
88Telangana High CourtExtension of suspension of work in High Court for the state of Telangana till 30-06-2020 due to COVID-19 pandemic and further instructionsNA13/06/2020Extension of suspension of work of high court
89Punjab & Haryana High CourtOn 12th June, 2020, High Court of Punjab and Haryana has issued an Order No.25/RG/Spl./Misc. for permitting the ordinary filing of the cases before the High Court of Punjab and Haryana with effect from 15.06.2020, along with the instructions on the ordinary filing of the casesNA12/06/2020Order No.25/RG/Spl./Misc.
90Supreme Court Of IndiaSupreme Court on Friday pased the interim directions on the issue relating to the Payment of wages during National Lockdown amid Covid-19 pandemic.Ficus Pax Private Ltd & Ors V. Union of India & Ors.12/06/2020Supreme Court of India
91Guwahati High CourtOrder regarding direction to attend office during ongoing lockdown.NA04/06/2020Order for attending office during lockdown
92Punjab & Haryana High CourtIn case of Renu Devi and another dated June 02, 2020, burdened the costs for Rs./- 10,000 on the petitioners on account of not complying with the COVID-19 precautionary measures while celebrating the marriage.Renu Devi & others Vs. State of Punjab and others02/06/2020COVID-19 precautionary measure while celebrating marriage
93Telangana High CourtOrder regarding PIL filed for creating a separate fund for JournalistsNA02/06/2020Fund for journalists working during lockdown
94Jammu & Kashmir High CourtIn consideration of the nationwide lockdown due to Covid-19 pandemic and its adverse effects on the courts’ functioning, the High Court of Jammu & Kashmir has issued an Order No.2 on 1st June, 2020 in regard to the cancellation of the summer vacation for the High Court and District & Subordinate Courts in the Summer Zone of Jammu DivisionNA01/06/2020Order No.2 dated 01.06.2020
95Telangana High CourtNotification regarding extension of suspension of work in the Subordinate Courts in the State of Telangana, Tribunals, etc., till 06.06.2020 - Hearing of the matters ripen for disposal, in addition to urgent civil and criminal through Video ConferencingNA29/05/2020Extension of suspension of work
96Telangana High CourtCovid-19 Pandemic - Suspension of work in High Court for the State of Telangana till 06.06.2020 - Taking up of final hearing, pending admission and other matters in addition to extreme urgent matersNA29/05/2020Extension of suspension of work
97Himachal Pradesh High CourtIn regard to providing advance copies of petitions/appeals/revisions through email to the learned Advocate General and learned Assistant Solicitor General of India for filing of cases involving the State and Union of IndiaNA27/05/2020Office Order No.HHC/JUDL/Misc.(3)/18- 5555 to 5567
98Supreme Court Of IndiaDirected Union of India to consider whether it is feasible for it to implement the One Nation One Ration Card Scheme, framed by the Central Government which was going to start from June, 2020 at this stage or not and take appropriate decision in this regard keeping in view the present circumstances.REEPAK KANSAL VERSUS UNION OF INDIA27/05/2020Supreme Court of India
99Chhattisgarh High Courtthe High Court of Chhattisgarh has issued an Order No.55 (Mis.)/II-14-1/2020 on 26th May, 2020 to recall its order for regular functioning of the High Court as well as the Subordinate Courts, at least for a period till 15th June, 2020 and the situation gets under controlNA26/05/2020The High Court of Chhattisgah Order No.55 (Mis.)/II-14-1/2020
100Delhi High CourtIn light of the restricted court functioning through video conferencing hearings and basis several observations regarding contacting the Court Masters, the High Court of Delhi has issued a Circular No. R-340/RG/DHC/2020 in regard to contacting the Court Masters for the limited purpose only, dated 25th May, 2020NA25/05/2020Circular No. R-340/RG/DHC/2020 dated 25.05.2020
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Frequently Asked Questions on Corporate Social Responsibility


1. What is Corporate Social Responsibility?

The activities that the company has to undertake to fulfil its statutory obligations under Section 135 of the Companies Act, 2013.

2. What is the nature of activities that the company may undertake under its CSR policies to fulfil its CSR obligations?

Activities such as - higher education, poverty eradication, countering malnutrition, promoting healthcare, sanitation, vocational skills,women and children upliftment, women empowerment, old age homes, backward groups of the society alleviation, art and culture promotion, environmental measures for conservation and improvement, research and development in engineering, science and technology etc.

3. What is the amount mandatory amount to be spent on Corporate Social Responsibility by companies?

Companies have to spend 2% of the average net profits earned by it in the preceding three financial years. If the company has not completed three financial years since incorporation then the company has to spend 2% of the average net profit earned by it in the preceding financial year.

4. Can the equivalent amount of Net Profits be spent by the company in kind?

No, the Companies Act, 2013 and Companies (Corporate Social Responsibility Policy) Rules, 2014 nowhere allow the spending of Net Profits in equivalent kind to meet the CSR obligations.

5. What is the net profit for the purpose of CSR expenditure?

The mandatory CSR spending entails 2% of the average net profits made by the company. Whilst computing net profits for CSR purposes, the profit made by the company from overseas branches and dividends received by it from other Indian companies will not be included.

6. Will the net profit mean profit before tax or profit after tax?

The net profits for CSR shall be the net profits made by the company before deduction of tax.

7. Can the CSR expense be treated as business expense?

The CSR spending cannot be treated as a business expense, for it is not for business or professional purposes.

8. What if the company does not spend the mandated amount?

The board of the company in such cases has to specify reasons for not spending and then transfer the unspent amount to a fund in Schedule VII of the Companies Act, 2013 within 6 months of the expiry of the financial year.

9. What if the reason for not spending the mandated CSR amount is because the company has undertaken a CSR project of its own to fulfil its social responsibility?

In such cases, where the company that has not allocated a set amount for CSR expenditure and instead has undertaken a project to fulfil its CSR policies, the company shall have to transfer such unspent amounts for that financial year to a special account opened by the company in a Scheduled Bank and the amount so transferred in this Unspent Corporate Social Responsibility Account shall be spent by the company in pursuance of its CSR policies over the course of three financial years from the date of transfer.

10. Is there any relaxation to companies carrying out research and development of new vaccines, drugs and medical devices to counter COVID-19 pandemic?

Companies that are undertaking such activities as a normal course of their business will be exempted from extra CSR obligations for such of their activities will be treated as a discharge of their Corporate Social Responsibility for the years 2020-2021, 2021-2022, 2022-2023 given that such research and development activities undertaken by the company are in collaboration with entities mentioned in item ix of Schedule VII of the Companies, Act 2013. Also, such companies shave to meet another condition that details of their activities are to be separately disclosed in the annual report on CSR activities annexed in the Board Report.

11. What if the company fails to create the aforementioned Unspent Corporate Social Responsibility Account?

The company will then have to transfer the unspent amounts to any of the funds mentioned in Schedule VII of the Companies Act, 2013.

12. What types of funds are mentioned in Schedule VII of the Companies Act, 2013?

Schedule VII consist of funds such as - Swach Bharat Kosh, Clean Ganga Fund, Prime Minister Citizen Assistance Relief in Emergency Situations (PM CARES) Fund, Central or State Fund set up for socio-economic purposes etc.

13. What if the company fails to comply with any of these CSR provisions?

It shall be construed as contravention of the law and thus the company will attract punishments not less than 50000 rupees extendable upto 25 lakh rupees and every officer in the company that defaults may be punished with imprisonment for a period upto 3 years or a fine not less than 50000 rupees and upto 5 lakh rupees.

14. Will contributions to political party qualify as a discharge of the company’s corporate social responsibility?

No, any contributions made by the company to political parties will not qualify as a discharge of their corporate social responsibility. Contributions are governed under a separate Section 182 of the Companies Act, 2013.

15. Will activities that benefit the employees of the company qualify as a CSR activity on the part of the company?

The Companies (Corporate Social Responsibility Policy) Rules, 2014 make it clear that such activities undertaken and contributions made by the company for its employees’ benefit will not qualify as a discharge of its mandatory corporate social responsibility.

16. Are there any other kind of activities that will not qualify as a CSR activity?

It is imperative to keep in mind that the Companies (Corporate Social Responsibility Policy) Rules, 2014 states that companies sponsoring activities for marketing benefit to its products and services will not qualify as a discharge of its Corporate Social Responsibility.

17. What is the difference between CSR Activities and CSR Policies?

By CSR Activities, it means the nature of activities (mentioned in Schedule VII of the Companies Act, 2013) that the company can engage in to fulfil its Corporate Social Responsibility whereas CSR Policies are statements made by the company’s board towards the approach and direction that the company will take to fulfil its CSR obligations. The CSR Policies are a blueprint of the activities that the company will engage and execute.

18. What are the means by which a company can undertake CSR activities?

The company may either undertake the activities itself by carrying out projects to implement its CSR policies or through section 8 companies, registered trusts, registered societies and statutory entities.

19. Can any surplus from CSR activities be treated as a profit?

No, the Companies (Corporate Social Responsibility Policy) Rules, 2014 clearly states that any surplus made by the company in such CSR activities is to be ploughed back into the project or it may be transferred to the Unspent CSR Account or any Schedule VII fund.

20. What are the ingredients to be incorporated in CSR Policy statements for best practices?

Best practices around the world, incorporate ingredients into their CSR Policy statements such as - vision of the board of the company, action plan of the company as to how to realise that vision, implementation methods of the plan, targets and time frames for performance revision in the project, partnerships and collaborations with other entities and budget of the project.

21. What all is mandatory for CSR reporting?

The Companies (Corporate Social Responsibility Policy) Rules, 2014 lays down compliances requisite for CSR Reporting like composition of CSR Committee, CSR Policy and CSR Project undertaken in the annual report on CSR activities annexed in the Board Report. Also, the rules state that if the CSR obligation amount is more than 10 crores, then the company will have to get its CSR activities audited. This CSR Audit will have to be annexed as an Impact Assessment Report in the annual report on CSR activities as well and attached to the Board report.

22. What should be the parameters for Impact Assessment Report?

The Impact Assessment Report is an audit done by an independent consultant, of the CSR projects and activities undertaken by the company. It tests the CSR undertakings of the company on evidence to infer the positive and negative effect of the activities on its benefactors. The main parameter of concern in such CSR Audits is to ascertain the consequence of the CSR activities undertaken by the company and whether such activities are in line with its own CSR policies and the CSR policies of the government.

23. What are the methods used in CSR Audit?

Methods such as questionnaire methods for deducing the satisfaction level of the benefactors of the CSR activities and their impact stories is most crucial to carry out a transparent CSR audit.

24. What about suggestions in the Impact Assessment reports of the CSR Activities?

The suggestions given out in the report by the independent auditor are in best practices incorporated by the company in its plans for fulfilling its CSR policies.

25. Will CSR have a good impact on the businesses?

Corporate Social Responsibility laws will have a positive impact on the business and society as a whole for it endeavours to establish a healthy and progressive business ecosystem in the country where the capitalists are to contribute to the growth of the nation not only economically but also socially.