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Calling out someone with fair comment not defamation: Bombay HC

Justice Gautam Patel was hearing a defamation suit filed by Lodha Developers Limited against Krishnaraj Rao, a journalist, and wife and husband Shilpi Thard and Amit Jaisingh, who had purchased two flats in Dioro — a Lodha project in Mumbai.

Explain why no attacks since August 28 if Yavatmal tigress is a man-eater: HC to forest dept

An intensive operation is on to catch or shoot tigress T1 and catch her two cubs alive in Ralegaon area of Yavatmal district, where 13 people have died in tiger attacks since June 2016.


Anganwadi worker sacked for having three kids moves Bombay HC

In her plea, the anganwadi worker argued that she was already eight months pregnant with her third child when the August 2014 Government Resolution came into effect.

Bombay HC allows Nashik woman to terminate 30-week pregnancy

The petitioner told the court that undergoing a Fetal Wellbeing Scan and a real-time B-mode ultrasonography of gravid uterus, the gynaecologist told her that the foetus reflects “schizencephaly which is morbid condition to baby incompatible with normal life with completely disabled child."

Redevelopment of BDD Chawls: HC dismisses plea challenging validity of granting tender

The petition alleged that the state government and MHADA floated the tender for the purpose of selecting a contractor.

Prepared to tackle all natural calamities this monsoon, says BMC to Bombay HC

The Bombay High Court bench suggested that the BMC come up with a better mechanism to notify its officials concerned or ward authorities about missing manhole covers, waterlogging or any other negligence in their respective areas.


Has public also been given time to dispose PET bottles? Bombay HC asks government

The petitioners had said the ban order was arbitrary, passed without following the principles of natural justice, and also violated the fundamental right to carry on a trade or business.

Bombay High Court gives relief to builder Niranjan Hiranandani in Provident Fund case

Apart from Hiranandani, two employees of the group and four EPFO officials were named as accused in the case. Hiranandani, in his petition, had argued that he could not be held responsible vicariously merely because he is a director of the company.

Will not allow damage to Soli Sorabjee bungalow: Aashiana developer to Bombay High Court

The construction of Aashiana started in 2006 and throughout the period of construction and till date damage had been caused to their bungalow, the Sorabjees contended.

Indian courts can take notice of conviction of Indian national for offence abroad, rules Bombay HC

Article 20(2) of the Constitution of India says, no person shall be prosecuted and punished for the same offence more than once and Section 300 of Criminal Procedure Code says, a person once convicted or acquitted should not be tried for the same offence