Sailee Dhayalkar

Articles By Sailee Dhayalkar

Mumbai medical student suicide: Tadvi clicked picture of suicide note minutes after call from accused, Crime Branch tells HC

In its 16-page reply before Bombay High Court, the Crime Branch states that the last call received by Payal before committing suicide was from Ahuja at 4.51 pm and they spoke for 121 seconds.

Representation in Tree Authority in accordance with rules, says Bombay HC

A bench of Chief Justice Pradeep Nandrajog and Justice N M Jamdar said, “...we declare that there is a proper constitution of the Tree Authority in the city of Mumbai. The said Authority would henceforth discharge its duties and perform its obligations under the Trees Act.”

Mumbai Coastal Road project: Bombay HC quashes CRZ permission for southern stretch

The High Court said that the BMC cannot proceed with the works without obtaining environmental clearance under the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) notification.

Mumbai: Bail after 7 years, man says said yes to LeT charge to avoid long trial

The Maharashtra ATS filed a chargesheet against the five, including Gaus, for offences punishable under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, IPC and the Arms Act. In October 2013, the case was transferred to the NIA.

Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act: Rescued adult can’t be sent to corrective home against wish, says Bombay HC

The court was on Thursday hearing a petition regarding a woman, who was sent to a corrective institution for a year by a judicial magistrate first class (JMFC) after she was rescued by the Pandharpur taluka police in a crime registered under the Act.

Explained: MBBS aspirants’ plea against Maratha quota dismissed, what happens next

Following the dismissal of the petition challenging the constitutional validity of a new amendment to the Socially and Educationally Backward Classes (SEBC) Act, the 12 per cent reservation for the Maratha community will be applicable in this year's MBBS admissions starting from Thursday.

Mumbai: Suspected ‘LeT operative’ gets bail

The Maharashtra Anti-terrorist Squad (ATS) had filed a chargesheet against five persons, including Gaus, for offences punishable under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, Section 201 (causing disappearance of evidence of offence) of the Indian Penal Code and the Indian Arms Act.

Engineering lateral entry admissions: No fundamental right to prestige, rules Bombay High Court

The affidavit by Amit Dutta, the Regional Officer and Deputy Director, Western Regional Office of the AICTE, said the decision to reduce the lateral entry percentage is a policy decision. Earlier, the lateral entry percentage was actually 10 per cent until 2010-2011.

Bombay High Court clears Maratha quota with cuts, total up to 65%

State govt gave 16%, High Court rules 12% in education & 13% in govt jobs

2007 rape and murder of BPO employee: Bombay High Court reserves order on plea moved by two convicts

In their petitions, Purushottam Borate (37) and Pradeep Kokade (30), claimed they had suffered “undue and avoidable delay of 1,509 days in the execution of death sentence, solitary confinement lasting more than seven year”.

‘Cannot concur with findings of trial court’: HC grants bail to four accused in 2006 Malegaon blast case

Manohar Narwaria, Rajendra Chaudhary, Dhan Singh and Lokesh Sharma were booked by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) for the Malegaon blasts in 2006, which killed 31 and injured 312.

Govt should consult judges while appointing public prosecutors: Justice Mridula Bhatkar

Over the decades, Justice Mridula Bhatkar has presided over courts hearing the 7/11 serial bomb blasts case as well as convicted three in the Jalgaon sex scandal, which came to light in 1994.

IPC Section 376E Shakti Mills gangrape: HC upholds law under which convicts were given death sentence

Justice B P Dharmadhikari and Justice Revati Mohite-Dere said, “Rape is a highly reprehensible crime and demonstrates a total contempt for the personal integrity and autonomy of the victim.

Mumbai: Years after leaving Pakistan, 5 Hindu women officially become Indians

The five women had come to India on tourist visas for three months, following which they were granted long-term visa. Seven years later, they became eligible for applying for Indian citizenship.

‘I love reading a physical copy,’ says Nidhi Chaudhari, Dy Municipal Commissioner

"Rajan’s book stresses on the relevance of the third pillar - community in economics, and throws light on the role played by the community in sustainable development. State and market are important pillars, but they cannot progress at the expense of the third pillar of community," says Nidhi Chaudhari.

Maharashtra: Relief for 100 BDS degree holders, MAT seeks their appointment as surgeons

As many as 100 dental surgeons (applicants) across the state had approached MAT seeking to quash and set aside a corrigendum issued by the MPSC on December 2, 2015, holding them ineligible for appointment as dental surgeons.

Maharashtra govt need not intervene to oblige a party in power: Bombay HC

The court was hearing a petition filed by nominated councillors Siddheshwar Moglappa, Rahul Khatke, Mohammad Sajid Ashfaq Khan, Devanand Thale and Harshad Pramod Patil, challenging their suspension order dated November 27, 2018.

Mumbai: Three runners-up of 2017 BMC polls set to be corporators

In the 227-seat BMC, the Shiv Sena’s strength will henceforth increase to 93, BJP’s strength will reduce by two to 83 and Congress tally will remain unchanged at 30.

HC quashes, sets aside lower court order on pollution at Worli Seaface

Issue process means that if in the opinion of a magistrate taking cognizance of an offence, there is sufficient ground for proceeding against the accused, he may summon the accused to be present before the court.

16% Maratha quota not applicable to PG medical admissions this year, says HC

The court was of the view that the reservation applied in the admissions to postgraduation courses in medical sciences this year is “arbitrary” and deserves to be quashed and set aside.

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