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List of notifications/circulars/advisory
01 November to 30 November, 2020
|Last Updated On||Issuing Authority||Applicability||Nature of directions||Copy of notification/source|
|November 30, 2020||Government of Orissa||Orissa||State government has issued guidelines that shall be effective in Orissa from 1st December 2020 to 31st December 2020. The guidelines include certain measures such as lockdown shall be enforced within the containment zone, Local authorities shall carefully demarcate the containment zone in accordance with State & Central Government guidelines, Testing shall be carried out as per the prescribed protocol||Download here|
|November 30, 2020||Government of Uttar Pradesh||Uttar Pradesh||The Uttar Pradesh government on Nov 30, issued a fresh set of guidelines, authorizing the districts’ administration to impose local restrictions, including night curfews, depending on the assessment and requirement of the situation in a bid to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19), according to a circular issued by chief secretary Rajendra Kumar Tiwari.||Read here|
|November 30, 2020||Government of Rajasthan||Rajasthan||
In view of the increasing cases of Covid-19 in Rajasthan, the Rajasthan government has decided to impose lockdown in containment zones, and night curfew in 13 districts. Also, schools and colleges will remain closed till December 31, 2020.
The state government has increased the number of districts where night curfew will be imposed from 8 to 13 – Kota, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Udaipur, Ajmer, Alwar, Bhilwara, Nagaur, Pali, Tonk, Sikara and Ganganagar. However, it will not be applicable on factories with production of continuous nature and night shift, IT companies, chemist shops, marriage halls etc.
|November 28, 2020||
High Court of Calcutta
|Functioning of Courts||
The Calcutta High Court has decided to resume normal functioning from December 7, 2020.
|November 27, 2020||High Court of Bombay||Functioning of Courts||
The Bombay High Court shall start hearing cases physically on experimental basis from December 1
|November 26, 2020||Government of Uttar Pradesh||Lucknow||The UP government has clamped Section 144 in Lucknow till December 1, 2020. No new event will be allowed in Lucknow without prior permission.
|November 26, 2020||National Company Law Tribunal||Functioning of NCLT||
All NCLT Benches To Resume Regular Hearings On Pre-Lockdown Pattern Via Video Conferencing From December 1, 2020.
|November 26, 2020||Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA)||International air travel||In a new order passed by the Government of India, international flight ban has been extended till 31 December by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) amid the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic.||Read here|
|November 25, 2020||Ministry of Home Affairs||All States and UTs||
The Union ministry of home affairs on Wednesday released a fresh set of guidelines for surveillance, containment and caution against the coronavirus disease (Covid-19). The fresh norms will be effective from December 1, 2020 and will remain in place till December 31, 2020.
The Centre has also allowed states to impose local restrictions, including night curfews to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease. The states, however, cannot impose any local lockdown, outside the containment zones, without prior consultation with the central government.
|November 23, 2020||Government of Maharashtra||Maharashtra||Amidst the rising number of coronavirus positive cases across India, the Maharashtra government has issued travel SOPs for people entering into the State from Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Goa.||Download here|
|November 23, 2020||High Court of Delhi||Functioning of Courts||
The Full Court of the Delhi High Court has resolved, by circulation to extend the existing arrangement of hearing of matters till 16th January, 2021, in wake of the rising COVID-19 cases in the National Capital Territory of Delhi
|November 23, 2020||Government of Himachal Pradesh||Mandi, Shimla Kullu and Kangra||Himachal Pradesh govt imposes night curfew in Mandi, Shimla Kullu and Kangra, between November 24 & December 15, 2020.||Read here|
|November 22, 2020||Government of Rajasthan||Rajasthan||The government in Rajasthan has imposed night curfew in Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Bikaner, Udaipur, Ajmer, Alwar and Bhilwara. Nobody except those providing essential and emergency services will be allowed to come out from 8 pm to 6 am in few cities in Rajasthan. The fine for not wearing a face mask has been increased from ₹200 to ₹500.||Read here|
|November 22, 2020||Government of Himachal Pradesh||Himachal Pradesh||Markets and shops remain shut in Shimla following district administration's order to close the markets on Sundays until further orders. Also, shops selling groceries, milk, fruits, vegetables, meat, medicines, and restaurants have been exempted.||Read here|
|November 21, 2020||-||Air travel between Delhi and Hong Kong||
Air India has been barred from operating between Delhi and Hong Kong from November 20 till December 3, 2020. Air India does not have any flight scheduled to Hong Kong during this period.
|November 21, 2020||Government of Maharashtra||Travel by local trains in Mumbai||
The permission to travel by suburban trains in Mumbai has been further extended only to students and teachers owing to the upcoming examinations until December 10, 2020.
|November 20, 2020||Government of Gujarat||Ahmedabad||A complete curfew will be imposed in Ahmedabad city starting 9 pm on November 20, 2020 to 6 am on November 23, 2020.||Read here|
|November 19, 2020||Government of NCT of Delhi||Delhi||The fine for not wearing masks in the capital has been increased from Rs 500 to Rs 2000||Read here|
|November 18, 2020||District Magistrate -Suhas L||Noida – Delhi Border
||Gautam Buddh Nagar health officials have been deployed at two key Noida-Delhi borders where they have started random COVID-19 testing of people coming from the national capital.||Read here|
|November 18, 2020||Collector of Puducherry – T Arun||Puducherry||All-night lockdown from 10 pm to 6 am that was in force for some months now in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic was lifted on Wednesday.||Read here|
|November 16, 2020||National Company Law Tribunal, New Delhi Bench||NCLT New Delhi Bench||The National Company Law Tribunal, New Delhi bench announced that it will remain shut for 2 days, until 18.11.2020, as one of its staff members has tested positive for Covid 19.||Read here|
|November 12, 2020||Ministry of Finance||All States and UTs||
Under Atmanirbhar Bharat 3.0, the finance minister has released a slew of measures such as the following:
New employees or those who had lost jobs between March 1, 2020 & September 30, 2020 joining EPFO registered organizations will get certain benefits.
|November 12, 2020||Government of Uttar Pradesh||Lucknow||On July 14, the Uttar Pradesh Government had imposed a weekend lockdown in the state to contain the spread of COVID-19 pandemic. The lockdown in the state is put into place on every Friday from 10 pm to 5 am on Monday. For this week, the 'weekly lockdown' in the state will now be from 15-17 November, 2020.||Read here|
|November 11, 2020||Government of NCT of Delhi||Validity of vehicle related documents||Delhi government extended the validity of vehicle-related documents till 31 December, 2020 keeping in mind to prevent the spread of Covid-19. The documents include fitness, permit(all types), driving license, or any other concerned documents which had expired on 1 February, 2020 or would expire by 31 December this year||Read here|
|November 09, 2020||High Court of Orissa||Functioning of court||The Orissa High Court has notified the Orissa High Court Video Conferencing for Courts Rules, 2020.||Read here|
|November 05, 2020
||Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India||Guidelines for international arrival||
MOHFW has issued revised guidelines for international arrivals in India superseding its previous guideline dated 2nd August 2020.
November 03, 2020
|Government of Maharashtra||Maharashtra||The State Government has provided certain relaxations such as opening of swimming pools, yoga institutes, cinema halls, indoor sports etc with effect from Nov 5, 2020 subject to the adherence of the SOPs.||Download here|
|November 02, 2020
||Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA)||International Flights||Directorate General of Civil Aviation has extended the ban on scheduled international passenger flights till November 30. Those planning to travel abroad from India or vice-versa will have to depend on the special flights under the Vande Bharat Mission, or the air bubble arrangements that India has so far established with some countries.||Read here|
|November 02, 2020
||Delhi Disaster Management Authority||Delhi Disaster Management Authority||Guiding state officials to ensure strict compliance of the Guidelines by MHA for reopening dated 30.9.20 which has now been extended up to 30.11.20.||Download here|
|November 02, 2020||Indian Embassy in Japan
||Travel to and from Japan||Embassy of India in Japan has issued Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for India bound passengers under the corresponding ‘Air Bubble’.
|November 01, 2020
||Government of West Bengal
||The State Government has decided to extend certain lockdown restrictions till November 30th in view of the Covid-19 pandemic.||Download here|
|November 01, 2020
||Government of Rajasthan||
State of Rajasthan
|The State Government has decided to extend the lockdown until November 30, 2020.||Download here|