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HC seeks explanation for delay in execution of Kolhapur sisters

The convicts, whose mercy petition was rejected by the President, had moved the Bombay HC.

State given a week to reply on PIL seeking ban on govt ads

The state, this year, has spent Rs 229 crore and Rs 50 crore in print and electronic media, respectively.


Judge suspended for ‘offensively staring’ at female staff

The complainant had alleged that the judge used to stare at her quite often in an offensive manner.

Sexual harassment charge: Mumbai judge suspended

A departmental inquiry would be conducted by a senior judge after which final action would be taken.

Alleging police inaction, man moves HC seeking probe into daughter’s suicide

Priya worked at a call centre and was home on February 8 as she had a day off.

National Women’s Commission can’t act like a court, says HC

The court’s ruling came while allowing a petition filed by an MNC seeking quashing of proceedings initiated by NCW on a complaint of a former employee.

HC grants divorce to man ‘deserted’ by wife for no ‘justifiable’ reason

The judges observed the wife had made ‘unfounded’ allegations against the man.

Children below 12 can’t participate in Dahi Handi, says SC

The Dahi Handi ceremony is held on Janmashtami, the birthday of lord Krishna, every year.

‘Suspend CEO of children’s home that hosted bar dancers’

The court was hearing a PIL filed by activist Sangeeta Punekar citing media reports based on the incident.

Adarsh case: Plea urges HC to revoke its stay on ex-CM Chavan’s prosecution

The Governor had, on December 17, 2013, refused to grant sanction to prosecute Chavan.


Compensation not same as aid, rework scheme for terror attack victims: Court

HC was acting on a PIL stating it was state’s ‘constitutional obligation’ to compensate victims.


IPS officer from UP questions CBI’s ‘undue haste’ in filing closure report

Shetty murder : Says will approach the Prime Minister for intervention in the matter


HC allows Rs 2-hike in auto, taxi fares, but with electronic meters

The  Bombay High Court on Tuesday gave its nod to the state government to go ahead with the revised  minimum fares — Rs 21 and Rs 17 — for taxis and auto rickshaws, respectively. The new fares will be effective only on the condition that vehicle owners recalibrate their meters. The current minimum fare for […]

State asked to release aid to kin of blast victims in 4 weeks

The Bombay High Court on Tuesday ordered the state government to disburse, within four weeks, compensation to the next of kin of four persons, who lost their lives during the July 13, 2011 Mumbai triple bomb blasts. The court observed that the delay in disbursement was caused as the government had not authorised the Thane […]


DIG Paraskar gets anticipatory bail, model to move HC

Though the court’s decision on Tuesday came as a relief for Paraskar, he also faces perjury charges, which will be heard on August 21.


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