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Bombay High Court seeks to know reasons behind auto, taxi fare...

The Bombay High Court on Monday asked the Maharashtra government to explain the basis of government resolution (GR) fixing Rs 18 and Rs 14 as new minimum fares for taxis and autos respectively in 2012. The minimum fares were subsequently hiked to Rs 19 and Rs ... DNA, 3 hours ago
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Over 33,000 caste claims rejected since 1995, Maharashtra government tells Bombay High Court

In an affidavit, D D Mayee, Joint Commissioner and Vice Chairman of caste scrutiny committee, Pune, said the government had rejected 33,253 certificates since 1995. Uday Warunjikar, lawyer for Adivasi Samaj Kruti Samiti, which had filed a public interest ...
 Economic Times52 minutes ago No objection if CBI court probes Adarsh: Maha govt  Economic Times1 week ago No objection if CBI court looks into Adarsh case: Maha govt  Business Standard1 week ago Maha gives Rs 2,500-cr compensation to hailstorm-hit farmers  The Freepress Journal1 week ago

Bombay HC seeks views on auto, taxi fare hike

The Bombay High Court on Monday sought an explanation from the Maharashtra government on the calculation method used by it to arrive at the taxi and auto rickshaw fare hike amount. A PIL has challenged the hike in fares of autos and taxis announced ...
 The Hindu4 hours ago

33, 000 wrong caste certificates invalidated till now, Bombay HC told

The Maharashtra government on Monday told the Bombay High Court that it had invalidated 33,253 wrong tribal caste certificates from 1985 till date. The government admitted that these wrong-doers did not belong to the Scheduled Tribes category, and ...
 The Hindu4 hours ago

Bombay HC attaches head office of New India Assurance in an insurance claim case

The Bombay High Court attached the head office of the public sector non-life insurer New India Assurance Co Ltd (NIACL) worth several hundred crores in connection with its failure to pay Rs 7.04 crore claim amount made by a chemical waste processing ...
 Smart Investor8 hours ago

Conviction can't sustain if witnesses not cross examined: High court

NAGPUR: Partly granting relief to an alleged rapist, 16 years after he was convicted, the Nagpur bench of Bombay high court set aside his lifer while ruling that the conviction can't be sustained if witnesses are not cross examined. "Conviction ...
 Times of India21 hours ago

Bombay High Court slams government for not giving land to war widow

The Bombay High Court has slammed the Maharashtra government for its failure to fulfil the commitment to give land in Ratnagiri to a 72-year-old war widow for over four decades. MUMBAI: The Bombay High Court has slammed the Maharashtra government for its ...
 Economic Times1 day ago HC slams govt for not giving land to war widow  Press Trust of India1 day ago War widow may get land promised to her in 1971, thanks to Bombay High Court  DNA3 days ago Bombay High Court slams Maharashtra govt. for not giving land to war  Deccan Chronicle1 day ago

No sanction needed to try public servant under IPC if approval under anti-corruption law is refused, rules Bombay high court

Dismissing the plea of two senior Sidbi officers to discharge them in a case lodged by the CBI, Justice Sadhna Jadhav ruled that they will have to face trial on charges of cheating and criminal breach of trust for the loss caused to the bank
 Times of India1 day ago
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Govt admits wrongdoing at Mankhurd children's home

Responding to a PIL filed in the Bombay High Court earlier this month on wrongdoings at a home for mentally deficient children in Mankhurd, the state government earlier this week admitted that an inquiry was underway, and prima facie there seemed to ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 day ago

BMC withdraws eviction notice given to trust-run Andheri hospital

The BMC on Friday informed the Bombay High Court that it is withdrawing an eviction notice given to the Andheri-run BSES hospital run by the Brahmakumari trust. A division bench of Justice Anoop Mohta and Justice Amjad Sayyed was informed by BMC ...
 DNA India1 day ago
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