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93 flats of Adarsh society still locked: Centre to SC
Financial Express

93 flats of Adarsh society still locked: Centre to SC

The Centre on Friday told the Supreme Court that 93 flats in the controversial 28-storey Adarsh Cooperative Society in Mumbai were still locked and it did not know what was inside those flats. A bench of Justices J Chelameswar and A M Sapre asked ... DNA India, 2 hours ago

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CBI told to get forensic report in Dabholkar case

Mumbai: The Bombay HC on Thursday gave six weeks to the CBI to obtain reports of forensic science laboratory of Scotland Yard on evidence in the murder cases of rationalist Narendra Dabholkar, communist leader Govind Pansare and scholar MM Kalburgi.
 Chandigarh Tribune20 hours ago Get UK ballistics report in 6 wks, HC tells CBI  Times of India21 hours ago Won't give more time for ballistic report from Scotland Yard: HC to CBI  Times of India1 day ago Slow progress in Dabholkar, Pansare murder case irks HC  The Freepress Journal11 hours ago

One car per family: Mumbai HC's suggestion to ease traffic

The Mumbai High Court has proposed a 'one car per family' rule in order to ease traffic congestion in the city. This suggestion was made while replying to a public interest litigation (PIL) on worsening traffic conditions and shortage of designated ...
 Team-BHP.com8 hours ago HC suggests one-car-per-family rule to ease traffic congestion  Business Standard3 days ago Mumbai HC suggests one-car-per-family rule to ease traffic congestion  Asia Net India1 day ago Mumbai HC Proposes 'One-Car-Per-Family' Rule To Alleviate Congestion  NDTV2 days ago
Times of India

Approach the state govt first: HC on pleas against surya namaskar in BMC schools

MUMBAI: Thee Bombay High Court on Friday directed petitioners challenging Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's (BMC) decision to make surya namaskar compulsory in its schools to first approach the state government. A bench of Chief Justice Manjula ...
 Times of India6 hours ago Surya Namaskar is just a form of exercise: Bombay HC  News24online2 weeks ago What's the harm if surya namaskar is made a must?: HC  Times of India2 weeks ago Surya Namaskar in civic schools: Bombay HC declines stay  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago

QNet scam: Accused reach Mumbai sessions court to surrender

ONE WEEK after the Supreme Court rejected their anticipatory bail plea, the five accused in the QNet scam — including former World Billiards Champion Michael Ferreira — reached the sessions court Thursday to surrender themselves. The accused ...
 Indian Express20 hours ago

HC refuses relief to illegal SoBo building developer

Mumbai: The Bombay high court has refused relief to a four-storey "illegal" building that came up in the heart of South Mumbai in Colaba. Justice Shalini Phansalkar Joshi dismissed an application by the developer seeking protection from a BMC order ...
 Times of India23 hours ago
United News of India

HC refuses to pass order on Suya Namskar, asks petitioners to approach Mah Govt

Mumbai, Sep 30 (UNI) The Bombay high court today refused to pass an order on the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation making 'Surya Namaskar' (sun salutation) mandatory in civic schools of the metropolis but directed the petitioners, a municipal ...
 United News of India1 hour ago
Times of India

Bombay high court unhappy with CBI report on four benami flats in Adarsh

MUMBAI: The Bombay high court on Wednesday expressed dissatisfaction, a second time, over a probe report submitted by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into allegations of four benami flats owned by two high-ranking leaders in the ...
 Times of India1 day ago Bombay HC expresses dissatisfaction over CBI report on benami flats in Adarsh society  United News of India2 days ago Adarsh housing scam: Bombay HC pulls up CBI for silence on benami flats  Siasat Daily2 days ago Adarsh scam: Bombay HC reproaches CBI for silence on 'benami' flats in second report  Firstpost.com2 days ago
Times of India

HC throws out PIL on Radhe Maa case

Mumbai: The Bombay high court on Wednesday declined to hear a public interest litigation that alleged police inaction on complaints against god woman Radhe Maa. "We are of the view that the petition is individual centric and is not in the interest ...
 Times of India1 day ago Relief to Radhe Maa as HC disposes of PILs against her  Press Trust of India2 days ago Bombay HC disposes criminal petition of action against Radhe Maa  The Freepress Journal1 day ago Relief to Radhe Maa as Bombay HC disposes of PILs against her  New Indian Express2 days ago

Docomo files response on award enforcement dispute

MUMBAI: NTT Docomo on Wednesday filed its response to the Tata Group's position in the Delhi High Court that it cannot pay an international arbitration award in favour of the Japanese company, saying it was tired by what it called the bad faith ...
 Economic Times1 day ago TATA-DOCOMO ROW: TATA SONS FILES AFFIDAVIT IN DELHI HC  HT Syndication3 weeks ago Tata moves HC against Docomo's award; says intends to meet payment obligations but can't go against Indian laws  Economic Times3 weeks ago
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