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The Bombay High Court was today informed that the defunct Shakti Mills compound in central Mumbai, where a photojournalist and telephone operator were gangraped in separate incidents last year, has been secured by fencing and a new gate. Public Works
Taking serious note of manual scavenging in the pilgrim town of Pandharpur here, the Bombay High Court on Wednesday directed the State government to release Rs...How can you justify employing human beings to carry out manual scavenging in this day
The Bombay High Court on Thursday dismissed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) seeking election on the same date in Satara and Mumbai to avoid double voting. The PIL was filed on the background of NCP leader Sharad Pawar's comment asking daily wage
The Bombay High Court today reserved order on an application moved by Jaidev, estranged son of Shiv Sena chief late Balasaheb Thackeray, seeking to restrain the beneficiaries of his father's will from selling or disposing of the family properties.
The Bombay High Court has quashed Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde's Caste Validity Certificate which was issued to him five years ago. A fresh scrutiny committee has been directed to verify Mr Shinde's caste claim and submit its report within
CBI had filed the application after Maharashtra Governor refused sanction to prosecute Chavan, on the ground that there was not much evidence against the Congress leader. CBI's revision petition is likely to be heard by the High Court tomorrow.
The Nagpur bench of the Bombay High Court today issued notices to state Election Commission and returning officer of Nagpur Lok Sabha constituency over rejection of nomination papers filed by a TMC candidate. A division bench of Justice Bhushan
In a first in Maharashtra, the Bombay High Court Tuesday confirmed death penalty awarded to a man for raping and killing a five-year-old girl in Vashi last year...Ruling out the possibility of reformation, the High Court said Rokde would be a menace
The bench said biometric or any other data should not be shared with any authorities unless the accused gives consent in writing. The probe agency had sought the data base, including biometrics of persons from Goa, so that those could be compared
The Bombay High Court Thursday directed the Railways to go ahead with increasing the height of platforms from 900 to 920 mm. Acting on a suo motu PIL, the court also asked a court-appointed committee to have periodical meetings and come up with more