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Lenders move high court opposing FTIL-NSEL merger

Lenders move high court opposing FTIL-NSEL merger

A division bench of the Bombay high court comprising justices V.M. Kanade and Revati Mohite Dere will now hear the case on 4 February. Photo: Abhijit Bhatlekar/Mint Union Bank of India, Syndicate Bank, DBS Bank Ltd and Standard Chartered, who ..., 2 days ago
Bombay HC extends stay on NSEL-FTIL merger till Feb 4 Business Standard India, 1 month ago
Jagran Post

HC junks pleas challenging voice vote win of BJP govt in House

The order was given by a bench headed by Justices V M Kanade, which dismissed a bunch of petitions challenging the voice vote ordered by the Speaker Haribhau Bagde after a trust vote motion was moved by the BJP to prove its majority in the ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago HC Junks Petition Challenging Voice Vote Win of BJP in Maharashtra House  Outlook India1 month ago Bombay High Court junks pleas challenging voice vote win of BJP government in House  Economic Times1 month ago

State responsible for providing toilets and canteens for litigants in courts, says Bombay high court

MUMBAI: Litigants are the real consumers of justice and it is the state government's responsibility to provide them proper facilities on court premises, observed the Bombay high court on Tuesday. Battling for women's rights, the court also directed ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Indian Express

PIL filed against seaplane services

NASHIK: The Bombay high court has referred to the chief justice a public interest litigation (PIL) filed by environmental activists against government departments concerned and the promoter of the seaplane services proposed from Juhu to Gangapur ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago GB convict Baig to be shifted to Yerwada jail  Pune Mirror1 month ago German Bakery blast case: Baig shifted from Mumbai, lawyer claims threat to his life in Yerawada jail  Indian Express1 month ago Jail officials get nod to shift Mirza Himayat Baig  Asian Age1 month ago

Investors seek HC judge's recusal from NSEL case

Email this Print National Spot Exchange Limited (NSEL) Investors Forum has written a letter to Bombay High Court Justice V M Kanade, requesting him to recuse himself from all matters relating to the exchange, as Kanade's son has appeared for an ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago NSEL scam: Investors ask Bombay HC judge to recuse himself  Livemint.com1 month ago

HC: Will make rules for issuing passports

MUMBAI: Calling it an important issue, the Bombay high court on Friday said it will lay down guidelines for issuing passports. Advocate Raju Moray informed a division bench of Justice V M Kanade and Justice Revati Mohite-Dere that a passport was ...
 Times of India2 days ago
Times of India

PIL questions Bhendi Bazar shrine sale in Mumbai

MUMBAI: The protest against the alleged sale of Zainabia Imambara, a two-storey shrine at Bhendi Bazar, has reached the Bombay high court with the filing of a public interest litigation questioning it. The PIL filed by Kishwar Mirza, an advocate, ...
 Times of India3 days ago

Furlough given to Sanjay Dutt attracts PIL

The controversy over the grant of furlough to actor Sanjay Dutt refuses to die down, what with a Public Interest litigation (PIL) having been filed in the Bombay high court seeking an inquiry into the matter. Pune-based lawyer Tushar Pabale filed the petition ...
 Asian Age1 week ago Was Sanjay Dutt's recent furlough legal, asks petitioner  Times of India1 week ago

HC orders state to open crèches in court premises

With maternity leave of 6 months, order brings respite to judicial officers. In a move that will benefit women judicial officers, the Bombay High Court has ordered the state to provide daycare centres and creches on the court premises. The move ...
 Pune Mirror1 week ago

No Kid Was Hurt During Muharram, State To HC

12:19 am Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Tuesday was informed by the State that no children were hurt during the procession of Muharram. However, nine people were fined under registered offences committed under the Bombay Police Act. A division ...
 The Freepress Journal1 week ago ‘No child hurt during procession’  Asian Age1 week ago Stop atrocities on kids during Muharram: HC  Times of India2 months ago Why allow kids in Muharram processions, HC asks state  Indian Express2 months ago
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