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.”
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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”.
"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.
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.
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.
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.