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HC issues notice in plea over police excesses in Ganga Jamuna

A division bench comprising Justice Bhushan Gavai and Justice Mridula Bhatkar on Thursday issued notices to the state home department, city police commissioner and in-charge of Lakadganj police station to respond to a writ filed by 177 women residents of ... Times of India, 1 month ago

Rape survivor may confide in court instead of police: HC

By Shibu.Thomas MUMBAI: A rape survivor may not give graphic details of the incident to the police but may reveal it before the trial court, said the Bombay High Court, adding such a conduct is not to be treated as an omission in the case. Justice ...
 Times of India1 week ago

28 yrs after teen ended life, hubby & mom-in-law convicted of abetment

MUMBAI: Twenty-eight years after a newly wed 18-year-old set herself ablaze in Bhandup, the Bombay high court has convicted her husband and mother-in-law for harassing her and driving her to commit suicide. Justice Mridula Bhatkar held Ramdas ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago 28 years after 18-year-old ended life, and mother-in-law convicted of abetment by Bombay high court  Times of India3 weeks ago

HC grants bail to teacher held for abetting student suicide

MUMBAI: The Bombay high court on Monday granted bail to a school teacher arrested a month ago for abetment to suicide committed by a 12-year-old student in New Panvel. Justice Mridula Bhatkar said the suicide was most unfortunate but observed it ...
 Times of India1 month ago

HC dismisses PIL, imposes 25,000 fine on petitioner

MUMBAI: The dignity of judges is not lowered if they travel by buses, the Bombay high court said on Thursday while dismissing a public interest litigation (PIL) that claimed that they were inconvenienced during functions attended by the prime ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Trees on NH-7 being numbered for felling

Nagpur: The (NHAI) has started the process to follow the high court's orders of felling trees on the Mansar-Khawasa stretch on National Highway No 7. A division bench comprising Justice Bhushan Gavai and Justice Mridula Bhatkar, on Wednesday, ...
 Times of India1 month ago High court refuses to stay liquor ban in Chandrapur  Times of India1 month ago 1,991 trees to be chopped on NH7 10km stretch  4 Traders1 month ago 1,991 and still counting  Times of India1 month ago

NH-7 expansion: 2.576 trees need to be felled

Nagpur: The official number of trees to be felled for a 10km stretch of National Highway 7 widening has touched 2,576. On Saturday, Ramtek and Paoni range forest officials valuated trees to be cut as per Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court orders for ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Ministers decide on NH7 wildlife mitigation measures

Nagpur: The highways and transport ministry headed by Nitin Gadkari seem to be dictating the wildlife mitigation measures to be implemented for 37-km four-laning of NH7 between Mansar and Khawasa. Copy of minutes of the meeting held in Pune on ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Employee shouldn't be transferred prior to completion of tenure: HC

NAGPUR: Allowing a petition of a city-based medical officer, who was transferred to another place within just two and half months, the Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court quashed the order of chief executive office of Zilla Parishad while ruling that ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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