Already facing flak for its botched-up recruitment process last month in which six candidates died during the tests, the Mumbai police have now been taken to the court by a woman aspirant who fell short of the minimum height mandated for the ... Indian Express, 2 days ago
Muslims offer prayer on Friday, during the holy of month of Ramzan Salman Ansari DNA The Bombay high court has restrained the Union govt from imposing the minimum turnover criteria of Rs 1 crore for private tour operators (PTO) to be eligible ...DNA India, 3 weeks ago HIgh court declines to give relief to FTIL in stake sale directive Smart Investor, 1 month ago Bombay High court: Maharashtra Government informs that tenders not issued for Shivaji statue DNA India, 1 month ago Fresh tender to build Shivaji memorial likely, HC told Times of India, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: In an interim relief for two Air India cabin crew members, the Bombay high court has directed the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security to issue them airport entry passes (AEP). BCAS refused to renew passes of K V J Rao and Mayank Sharma on ...Times of India, 3 weeks ago HC refuses relief to Financial Tech; says co should have cut MCX share The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago Bombay HC refuses to stay MCX resolution Economic Times, 1 month ago
Mumbai: The Bombay high court on Friday allowed Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd ( MCX ) to proceed with a postal ballot on a resolution seeking to transfer the 26% stake of promoter Financial Technologies (India) Ltd ( FTIL ) to an escrow ...Livemint.com, 1 month ago MCX gets HC nod for postal ballot to amend stake divestment rule [Mint, New Delhi :: ] BusinessWeek, 1 month ago
Siraj Khan Pathan In a breather to Siraj Murad Khan Pathan, the Bombay high court on Monday extended the stay on his deportation till July 5. In the meantime, he has been asked to approach the sessions court for other interim relief he has been seeking from ...Asian Age, 1 month ago Bombay HC extends stay on Siraj Khan's deportation process Indian Express, 1 month ago
The Bombay high court on Monday extended its protection against deportation for Pakistani national Siraj Khan till July 14. A bench headed by Justice Shiavax Vazifdar asked him to appeal his conviction order, passed in January by a magistrate in Dadar.Times of India, 1 month ago Stay on Siraj deportation extended to July 5 Mumbai Mirror, 1 month ago
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