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PNB fraud: Petition filed in SC demanding SIT probe

Plea filed seeking CBI probe into Kamala Mills fire

A plea has been filed in the Bombay High Court on Tuesday demanding a CBI probe into the Kamala Mills fire tragedy.A huge fire had broken out at Kamla Mills compound in Lower Parel area of Mumbai in the early hours of Friday killing 14 people and injuring 21. The plea also sought a proper compensation to the kin of deceased and injured people.Meanwhile, the BMC issued an appeal in news papers to assist it in ongoing inquiry into the fire tragedy. The civic ..., 1 month ago
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Mumbai's high population to blame for Kamala Mills fire, says Hema Malini

Mumbai: Even as the country mourns the loss of 14 people who perished in the Kamala Mills fire, Hema Malini has courted controversy for her statements on the tragic event. The BJP MP linked the fire tragedy with the rising population. #WATCH BJP MP Hema ...
 Sify1 month ago HC blames laxity, connivance of officials for Kamala Mills fire tragedy  Business Standard1 day ago Kamala Mills Fire | Police may book architect of pubs, compound co-owner, civic officials  DNA4 weeks ago Kamala Mills Fire: Maharashtra govt appoints Prakash Shetty as special public prosecutor  DNA1 month ago

HC raps Mumbai civic body for using illegal hoarding for ad

The Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) faced the ire of the Bombay High Court for using a hoarding, which the civic body had itself termed illegal earlier, to advertise an upcoming event that would be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.The ...
 Business Standard1 day ago

DNA EXCLUSIVE: BMC to defend rooftop policy in affidavit in Bombay HC

BMC's move comes close on the heels of certain observations made by the high court hearing a petition in this regard
 DNA5 days ago Kamla Mill tragedy: Bombay HC slams BMC  Business Standard1 week ago Kamala Mills Fire | Bombay High Court slams BMC, picks loopholes in rooftop restaurant policy  DNA1 week ago Kamala Mills Fire: Bombay HC sets Feb 12 as next date of hearing  Business Standard1 month ago

Bombay HC orders setting up of committee to probe Kamala Mills fire

The Bombay high court today ordered setting up of a three-member committee, led by a retired high court judge, to probe into the Kamala Mills fire incident that claimed 14 lives in December last year. The order was passed by a division bench of justices R M Borde and R G Ketkar while hearing a public interest litigation filed by former Mumbai top cop Julio Ribeiro seeking a judicial inquiry into the fire incident. Fourteen people were killed and over 30 injured when the fire broke out at two ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Fire shocked our conscience, says Bombay High Court  DNA1 month ago Kamala Mills Fire: Former Mumbai top cop Julio Ribeiro moves HC, seeks judicial probe to fix accountability  DNA1 month ago Kamala Mills fire: Now a PIL seeks setting up of enquiry commission  catchnews.com1 month ago

Kamala Mills fire an opportunity to improve system: HC to BMC

The Bombay High Court today said authorities must take the Kamala Mills fire incident as an opportunity to start monitoring hotels, restaurants and other eateries here as the safety of people was paramount.The court observed that there was rampant violation ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Kamala Mills Compound fire tragedy: BMC to submit probe report on January 19  Zee News1 month ago Kamala Mills Fire: BMC to submit report by Jan 19  Rediff.com1 month ago

Mumbai University's highest authority too can't relax 50% attendance rule: High Court

The Bombay High Court has held that the Mumbai University's ordinance mandating a minimum 50% attendance was in the interest of students and thus, even the highest authority in the university had no power to allow any undue relaxation in the rule.
 DNA1 week ago

Bombay High Court bins government diktat on pay account for teachers

The order came on a bunch of petitions filed by the Shikshak Bharati and Mumbai Teachers Democratic Fund
 DNA1 week ago

A big win for the Media. And the Republic

The Bombay high court order quashing the gag order on reporting the court proceedings in the Sohrabuddin encounter case is a victory for every journalist,, and Indian, says Neeta Kolhatkar.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ Nine journalists along with the BrihanMumbai Union of Journalists filed a petition challenging Special CBI Judge S J Sharma's decision preventing the publication of the daily proceedings in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh, Kausar Bi and Tulsiram Prajapati fake encounter case.
 Rediff.com1 week ago Bombay HC lifts gag order on media coverage in Sohrabuddin fake encounter case  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago HC quashes order gagging media in Sohrabuddin case trial  Sify3 weeks ago Court imposes media gag on reporting Sohrabuddin case trial  Rediff.com2 months ago

Bombay High Court lauds Navi Mumbai's idea of giving pandal permits online

The court suggested that the state government study the civic body's effort, adding that it would, in the next hearing, direct all other corporations in the state to adopt the online process
 DNA1 week ago
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