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The Desk

COVID Coverage: Migrant Labourers June 29th 2021

Judgment and Directions of the Court to alleviate the situation of migrant labourers during the pandemic

30th Jun 2021

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COVID Coverage: Migrant Labourers

The COVID-19 pandemic caused a mass exodus of migrant workers eventually leading to the Court issuing orders for interim relief.

29th Jun 2021

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COVID Coverage: Migrant Labourers- June 11th, 2021

The Bench directed the Centre to create a national database for migrant workers in order ease efforts to aid migrant workers.

11th Jun 2021

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COVID Coverage: Migrant Labourers- May 24th 2021

Supreme Court Bench highlights the importance of creation of a database to aid in the registration of migrant workers

24th May 2021

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COVID Coverage: Migrant Labourers – May 13th 2021

The Bench ordered the provision of dry rations, adequate transport for migrant labourers and to run community kitchens.

13th May 2021

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Court Strikes Down Gujarat’s Relaxation of the Factories Act

Trade Unions challenge Gujarat government notification under Factories Act exempting factories from working hour regulations.

20th Oct 2020

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COVID Coverage: Migrant Labourers- July 31st 2020

Order issued by Court with respect to legislations that states must compulsorily register under to provide relief to migrant workers

13th Jul 2020

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COVID Coverage: Migrant Labourers- June 9th 2020

Directions regarding relief to migrant workers issued by the Court to Central and State Governments

9th Jun 2020

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COVID Coverage: Migrant Labourers-May 28th 2020

The Court sought a detailed report of the measures taken by the Central and State Governments to provide basic amenities to migrant workers

28th May 2020

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COVID Coverage: Migrant Labourers- March 31st 2020

The Central Government filed a status report on March 31st to intimate the Court about the measures taken in aid of stranded migrant workers

31st Mar 2020

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