A division bench headed by Justice V M Kanade ordered the quashing of an FIR while hearing a petition filed by Dejul Shah, a 42-year-old wholesaler from Malad, who was detained by the Naupada police in 2014 for selling a pair of shoes that had the letter ‘M’ inscribed on the sole.
The serial bomb blasts outside a cemetery near Hamidia mosque at Malegaon, near Nashik, on September 8, 2006, claimed 37 lives and injured over 100 people.
The disclaimer will now state that the film does not promote or encourage use of expletives or drugs by any person, and that the film does not depict any particular state.
The CBI had taken over this case in May 2014 on the directions of the Bombay High Court.
The court rejected the intervention application filed seeking to recall the HC order passed, allowing women entry into temples where they were barred from doing so earlier.
The court asked the petitioner’s lawyer to place on record order, if any, passed by the Supreme Court on the entry of women to Sabarimala temple in Kerala.
On August 6 last year, the police had raided hotels located along the beach in Malwani and booked couples on charges of indecency.
The court also told the state government to place on record the norms laid down by the central government with regard to the NICU beds which require to be provided per hospital.
The bench has now given railways time till June 14 to come up with an outer limit for the construction of the alternate foot overbridge with BMC agreeing to pay the cost of constructing the bridge.
The special court had on May 20 adjourned the trial till June 10 after Rabia sought to move the high court seeking stay in the trial pending hearing of her petition.
The original petition filed by “common citizens” had alleged discrimination and differential treatment to litigants who wish to present and argue their matters in Marathi.
Among other requirements, invocation of MCOCA requires the prosecution to establish that a member or members of the crime syndicate have been chargesheeted more than once within the preceding 10 years from the registration of the present crime.
The court was hearing a suo motu (on its own) petition after taking cognisance of the dilapidated condition of the Children’s Observation Home at Umerkhadi.
The bench adjourned the hearing of the case to June 7.
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