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Bombay HC clears ‘Rahasya’ release

Rahasya became a matter of concern for the Talwars after they felt that it is based on the Aarushi case.


Now, SoBo residents to move HC against parking policy

The proposed residential parking rate for the island city has been set at a steep Rs 1,800 a month per car.

Crackdown on illegal religious structures puts PMC in a spot

City Engineer Prashant Waghmare said the civic administration had adhered to rules while taking action.

Post-HC stricture, district administration counts 80 religious structures, 12 approved

Of the religious structures counted, two are in Bhor, four in Indapur, four in Junnar, 11 in Shirur and 59 in Haveli.


Tribal hostels: HC raps state on maintenance

The court was acting on a PIL highlighting the poor upkeep of the hostels in the state and the lack of amenities in them.


State govt did not implement directions on illegal hoarding: HC

Bombay High Court Friday said there was “no implementation at all” on removing illegal hoardings by the municipal councils in the state.


Lower courts worst affected when it comes to threat perception: HC

Bombay High Court said that there is a dearth of basic amenities in lower courts.


Traffic cops empowered to impose fines on offenders, state tells HC

The court observed that with this power, “traffic police will enforce discipline”.

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HC seeks response of govt agencies on affordable housing in land-strapped city

A PIL wants salt pan land and coast line mangroves be used to provide housing to LIG, EWS citizens.


Thackeray’s will: Hospital submits his medical records in HC

Thackeray’s sons Uddhav and Jaidev have been locked in a legal battle over his will.

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HC disposes of PIL challenging bifurcation of Thane into two districts

The petition also opposed moving additional collector’s post from Jawhar taluka to Palghar.

Bombay HC seeks medical records of Bal Thackeray

Thackeray’s sons Uddhav and Jaidev are locked in a legal battle over their father’s will.


April 15 deadline for railways to reserve 14 seats for elderly in locals

High Court also asks it to ensure that senior citizens have a free, easy access to occupy those seats.

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Will appoint protection officers in each taluka in 6 months: State Govt

Government could seek help from TISS to prepare the curriculum for imparting the training.


Ishrat Jahan encounter case: SC dismisses bail plea of suspended Gujarat officer Amin

Amin is accused of abducting Ishrat and Sheikh from Vasad two days prior to the killings.