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Illegal hoardings: ‘Don’t disclose complainant details’

The court was hearing a PIL that sought removal of illegal hoardings, banners and arches.


Provide toilet facilities for women, Bombay High Court tells municipal corporations

One of the suggestions made by the petitioners included establishing such facilities on main roads.


State to Bombay High Court: Won’t pay errant contractors

Chitale committee, which probed the irrigation scam, had in its report said Kondane and four other dams projects needed a separate probe.


Bombay HC forms SIT to probe charges against Chhagan Bhujbal

AAP’s counsel said the money received by Bhujbal was concealed and therefore amounted to money laundering.


Supreme Court refuses to lift stay on Maratha quota: ‘Let HC decide it first’

“It is just after all an interim order… let the Bombay High Court decide it first,” the bench said.


Kala Ghoda fest PIL: Resolve matter amicably, says High Court

A meeting chaired by the Mumbai collector will be held Saturday to help resolve this matter.


6 months after CBI took over, family questions ‘slow’ probe

DABHOLKAR MURDER: Agency yet to visit slain rationalist’s hometown, Satara


HC: Must look into petitioner’s grievances on Kala Ghoda fest

The festival is supposed to take place between February 7 to February 15, 2015.

State to HC: have allowed use of land reserved for gardens, grounds as helipads

The state government had earlier said that it had agreed in-principle to provide additional sites for use as helipads.


HC asks Uddhav, his brother not to drag legal battle

Offers assistance to both parties in resolving the matter amicably, also gives the option of -in-camera proceedings to avoid pradarshan

High Court wants designated officer to monitor juveniles shifted to new homes

The HC has asked the state comply with its order and file a compliance report within four weeks.

‘Insurers must tell aggrieved clients whom to approach’

These instructions are supposed to be a part of the policy being offered by insurers, the Court said.


Get a policy to supply water to ‘illegal’ slums, it’s their right, HC tells BMC

Bombay High Court orders for supply of water to persons living in illegal slums in Mumbai.

‘Install enforcement cameras on JJ flyover’

The police had installed five speed breakers on the stretch, but this only lead to slow moving traffic.


HC: Rajan Welukar was considered due to ‘non-application of mind’

On August 10, 2011 a bench of Chief Justice Mohit Shah and Justice G Godbole gave a split verdict.