Mumbai High Court passes Adarsh Society Building’s demolition order

Mumbai High Court passes Adarsh Society Building’s demolition order

Mumbai: Corruption being the evil in the society and dangerous for the nation’s growth, a strong oppose is shown through the verdict of the High Court of Bombay, as it has today, on Friday, 29th April, ordered for the demolition of the thirty- one storey Adarsh Co- operative Housing Society Building. This strong message is showing that the Indian Judiciary is prompt against the evils prevailing in the society and the wrongdoers will always be punished. The present order as has been directed by the high Court of Bombay against…

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Bombay High Court grants anticipatory bail to Rahul Raj Singh in Pratyusha death case

Bombay High Court grants anticipatory bail to Rahul Raj Singh in Pratyusha death case

Mumbai: Yesterday, on 25th April, honourable Bombay High Court granted an anticipatory bail to Rahul Raj Singh, who was booked for the abetting to suicide of Balika Vadhu Actress- Pratyusha Banerjee. The court observed that there is no prima facie evidence showing that the accused has “instigated or intended” the said suicidal death. While dealing with the anticipatory bail petition filed by actress- Pratyusha’s boyfriend, the honourable Bombay high Court’s Justice Mridula Bhatkar found stated that “from the statements of witnesses, it is clearly seen that harassment and disputes were…

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Bombay High Court to BCCI: Shift the IPL Matches after April 30, out of Maharashtra

Bombay High Court to BCCI: Shift the IPL Matches after April 30, out of Maharashtra

Mumbai: The honourable Bombay High Court today on 13th April, Wednesday directed the shifting of the Indian Premier League matches after 30th day of this April out of Maharashtra citing the reasons of drought in the state. The High Court’s concerned bench of the Justice- V. N. Kamade and Justice- M. S. Karnik made this decision in connection with the PIL- Public Interest Litigation. While hearing this PIL regarding the matches being held in the State, despite the drought, the court decided that the remaining all thirteen matches should not…

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Bombay High Court asks the BCCI to consider shifting some IPL events out of Pune, if it can

Bombay High Court asks the BCCI to consider shifting some IPL events out of Pune, if it can

Mumbai: Yesterday, on Tuesday 12th April, the honourable Bombay High Court asked the Board of Control for Cricket in India- BCCI to consider, if it can, the shifting of some of the Indian Premier League cricket events out of Pune, Maharashtra. The said decision was made by the high court’s concerned bench comprising of Justice- V. M. Kanade and Justice- M. S. Karnik while they were hearing a Public Interest Litigation- PIL which was filed by the Non- Governmental Organisation- Loksatta Movement and Foundation for the Democratic Reforms. In the…

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Bombay High Court allows the First IPL match in Mumbai, despite drought concerns: Govt. to reply by April 12

Bombay High Court allows the First IPL match in Mumbai, despite drought concerns: Govt. to reply by April 12

New Delhi: Yesterday, on 7th day of April, the honourable Bombay High Court decided not to stay the IPL- Indian Premier League’s first match which is be to held between Mumbai Indians and Rising Pune Supergiants, at the Mumbai- based Wankhede Stadium on tomorrow, i.e. on 9th day of April. It was seen that the said decision is taken by the concerned division bench of the high Court, headed by the Justice- V. M. Kanade, who despite of the water crisis in the state, sought to decide that the first…

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