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Complainant’s statement to be recorded again

The Borivali police had registered an FIR against Dhobale under sections 376 (rape) of the IPC.

Police protection for kin of woman ‘raped’ by ex-minister

The Borivali police had registered an FIR in the case.

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HC reserves order on quota for Marathas, Muslims

The state government has justified its quota decision in the HC.

Educate special kids till they turn 18, High Court tells schools under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan

The HC called on top state officials to show urgency with issues hindering the implementation of “Chunauti” project.

Bhabha bungalow doesn’t ‘warrant’ heritage tag: state govt cites panel

Bhabha spent major part of his life at ‘Kenilworth’ on Peddar Road, and later in Bangalore, the MHCC said.

AAP leaders seek inquiry into dam project over Ulhas river

A government order in May 2011 had provided conditional administrative approval to build a Minor Irrigation Dam in Kondhane.

Will complete assessment of assets held by Gavit, kin by March 2016, IT tells High Court

In July, the IT department had told the court that it had reopened the cases of returns filed by Gavit.

UK-based band RDB fights it out in court over ownership issue

The singer has sought a permanent injunction, restraining Surjeet from using the name of the company known as “RDB Ltd”.

Man who ‘murdered to practise black magic’ moves HC for bail

Kakkad was in need of a skull of a person whose funeral was not performed as per religious rites

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Sai Baba was not a Muslim but a Brahmin, penalise those who insult him: Temple trust to HC

The trust further alleged that the Centre and the state had failed to take action against Saraswati and his followers by not restraining media from publishing their version of Sai Baba.

Ensure uninterrupted power supply during HSC, SSC exams: HC to state

The court was told that out of 281 HSC centres, 54 were affected by load-shedding and of 478 SSC centres, 94 were affected.

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Supreme Court clears 3% quotas for disabled, in jobs, promotions

The Persons With Disabilities Act provides for three per cent quota for the differently-abled people.

Want compensation or land, police tell HC

The affidavit was filed in reply to a PIL filed by activist Ketan Tirodkar alleging six plots of land in Worli.

10 naxals including seven women surrender

Police officials said the naxals will get benefits under the surrender policy.

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Ensure power supply at exam centres, HC tells Maharashtra govt

Court had pulled up the state for its apathy towards students due to load shedding in schools during examinations.

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