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Take immediate steps to control waterlogging: Bombay HC to BMC
Indian Express

Take immediate steps to control waterlogging: Bombay HC to BMC

A division bench headed by Justice VM Kanade was hearing a PIL filed by advocate Atal Dubey, seeking that the civic authorities be asked to take necessary steps to tackle drainage problems. Noting that viral infections have risen to epidemic ... Indian Express, 5 days ago

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Indian Express

Bombay HC refuses stay order on demolition of top floors of building near airport

A division bench headed by Justice V M Kanade dismissed an application filed by SAILEE Developers Pvt Ltd, which is constructing the six-storey building, seeking stay on the HC order. The Bombay High Court on Tuesday refused to stay its order ...
 Indian Express1 week ago HC refuses stay on demolition of building near airport  The Hindu1 week ago Bombay High Court refuses to stay razing of 3 floors of building near airport  Indian Express1 week ago No stay on demolition of top floors of building near airport  Business Standard1 week ago
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Bombay HC permits women to enter Haji Ali inner sanctum

a historic verdict, the Bombay High Court The ruling by a division bench comprising Justice V.M. Kanade and Mohite Revati-Dhere came in a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by an NGO Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan and activists Noorjehan Niaz ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago High Court lifts ban imposed on women entering Haji Ali dargah  TechGig1 month ago Bombay High Court verdict on Haji Ali Dargah is "progressive": Manish Tewari  Economic Times1 month ago HC opens doors for women at Haji Ali Dargah  Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago
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Indian Express

Derogatory comments on women: Bombay High Court issues notices to central govt departments

"Decorum has to be maintained by everyone, not just politicians when it comes to women, said Bombay High Court Justice VM Kanade. The Bombay High Court Thursday issued notices to various departments in the Union government while hearing a public ...
 Indian Express5 days ago
India.com

Great step for gender justice, Muslim women: Zakia Soman

Ahmedabad (Gujarat) [India], Aug. 26 (ANI): Welcoming the Bombay High Court's verdict to allow women to enter the inner sanctum of the Haji Ali Dargah, petitioner Zakia Soman said on Friday that it is a great step for gender justice and for Muslim ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago Activist Trupti Desai visits Haji Ali Dargah after upliftment of ban, refrains from entering sanctum sanctorum  India.com1 month ago Bombay HC verdict is victory of rights, authority of women: Trupti Desai  Yahoo! India1 month ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Mumbai HC suggests one-car-per-family rule to ease traffic congestion

Mumbai : Seeking a comprehensive policy to tackle the traffic congestion in Mumbai, the Bombay High Court on Tuesday said the Maharashtra government should consider measures such as restricting the number of cars per family and promotion of inland ...
 Deccan Chronicle17 hours ago Mumbai HC Proposes 'One-Car-Per-Family' Rule To Alleviate Congestion  NDTV2 hours ago Bombay HC suggests one-car-per-family rule to ease traffic congestion  Mid Day3 hours ago HC wants one-car-per-family rule to ease traffic  MSN News US15 hours ago
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HC-WOMEN(LGB7) - Maha govt hikes financial help to women convicts after release

Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Mumbai, Sept 27 (PTI) The Maharashtra government informed the Bombay High Court today that it has decided to increase the financial assistance given to women convicts after their release from prison from Rs 5000 to Rs ...
 Namibia Press Agency18 hours ago Govt hikes financial help to women convicts after release  Mumbai Mirror5 hours ago Maha govt hikes financial help to women convicts after release  Press Trust of India16 hours ago
Deccan Chronicle

Court worried over Mumbai’s rising car count

Taking into consideration the increasing problem of traffic jams in the city and a space crunch for parking vehicles, the Bombay high court on Tuesday suggested that the state government consider restricting the number of cars that one family can own. A ...
 Asian Age6 hours ago Can number of cars per family be restricted: Bombay HC to Maharashtra  Deccan Chronicle14 hours ago

Government to give Rs. 25,000 to women prisoners once they are out

The Bombay High Court on Tuesday was informed that women prisoners after they complete their sentence in jails will be given Rs. 25,000. This statement from the Additional Government Pleader came after the court inquired whether the State can ...
 The Hindu8 hours ago

Mumbai needs more blood banks: HC

Mumbai, Sep 27 (UNI) The Bombay High Court today stressed that more blood banks are required in metropolis like Mumbai where accidents are very common and also to ensure that safety regulations are followed strictly. The bench, headed by Justice V ...
 United News of India19 hours ago HC stresses on need for more blood banks in Mumbai  Press Trust of India22 hours ago
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