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News Headlines : 30th December 2021

  • NITI Aayog Organizes National Workshop on Bamboo Development Mission.
  • Year End Review: Department of Justice
  • 120 Judges and 63 Additional judges appointed in high courts.
  • Tele-Law Services is available at 75,000 CSCs/Gram Panchayats in 699 Districts; 12,70,135 total cases registered, of which advice has been enabled to 12,50,911 beneficiaries.
  • Using Video Conferencing, the District and High Court have heard nearly 1.65 Crore cases and the Supreme Court had nearly 1.5 lakh hearings making it the world leader.
  • Citizen Centric Services are provided through 7 platforms or service delivery channels for providing real time information on cases status, cause lists, judgements etc. to lawyers/litigants.
  • 683 Fast Track Special Courts (FTSCs) including 383 exclusive POCSO (e-POCSO) Courts have disposed of 68120 cases in 2021.
  • Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) for Development of Infrastructure Facilities for Judiciary extended till 2025-26.
  • PrimeMinister Narendra Modi inaugurates and lays foundation stone of 23 projectsworth over 17,500 crore rupees at Haldwani in Uttarakhand;  Says, present decade belongs to Uttarakhand.
  • FinanceMinister Nirmala Sitharaman chairs pre-budget consultations with FinanceMinisters of States and Union Territories for Union Budget 2022-23 in NewDelhi.
  • GSTCouncil to meet tomorrow to discuss important agenda including report of thepanel of State Ministers on Rate Rationalisation.
  • ElectionCommission reviews poll preparedness for AssemblyElections in Uttar Pradesh; Assures free and fair elections alongwithstrict adherence to  COVID guidelines.
  • HealthMinistry highlights need for heightened vigil in view of sharp increase inCOVID cases.
  • Over143 crore 83 lakh doses of COVID vaccines administered across the country; 961cases of  Omicron reported in the countryso far.
  • Centreapproves over 3,063 crore rupees of Additional Central Assistance to Assam,Gujarat, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand and West Bengal for measuresrelating to national calamities.
  • Indian Cricket Team beat South Africa by 113 runs in First CricketTest to take one-nil lead in the three-match series.