Sandhya Singh murder case: Bombay HC grants bail to son

The Bombay High Court has granted bail to Raghuveer Singh, music composer duo Jatin-Lalit's nephew who was arrested in connection with the murder of his mother, saying prima facie there was no "clinching" evidence against him.

Bombay HC quashes complaint against man for raping woman

The Bombay High Court has quashed a complaint lodged against a 47-year-old man accusing him cheating and raping a 49-year-old woman after a false promise marriage.

Bombay HC to hear Salman Khan's bail plea on Friday, actor unlikely to be present
Bombay HC to hear Salman Khan's bail plea on Friday, actor unlikely to be present

All eyes are on the Bombay High Court which will hear tomorrow Bollywood superstar Salman Khan's appeal against his conviction in the 2002 hit-and-run case and his plea for bail.

Terror accused can be booked under both MCOCA and UAPA: Bombay HC

The Bombay High Court on Tuesday held that an accused can be booked under the stringent Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) as well as the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) in a terrorism related case.

Relief for Rinkie Khanna; Bombay HC drops her name from Anita Advani's complaint
Relief for Rinkie Khanna; Bombay HC drops her name from Anita Advani's complaint

Bollywood's first superstar, Rajesh Khanna lived life on his terms. However, little had anyone thought that after his death—his personal life would become the talk of the town. The Bombay high court on Thursday dropped daughter Rinkie Khanna's name from the complaint filed by his alleged live-in partner Anita Advani, reports suggest.

Bombay HC seeks details of steps taken to tackle H1N1 in Maharashtra

The Bombay High Court Tuesday directed the Maharashtra Government to file an affidavit on the measures it has taken to tackle swine flu cases in the state.

Bombay HC dismisses Ashok Chavan's plea to drop his name from Adarsh case
Bombay HC dismisses Ashok Chavan's plea to drop his name from Adarsh case

In a blow to former Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan, the Bombay High Court Wednesday dismissed his appeal to recall an earlier order refusing to delete his name from the multi-crore Adarsh Housing Society scam case.

Bombay HC seeks report on rehabilitation of Chaskaman project-affected

The Bombay High Court has asked the Maharashtra government to file a report by March 5 on how many farmers -- particularly those affected by Chaskaman irrigation project -- have been rehabilitated under the State Project Affected Persons Rehabilitation Act.

Bombay HC seeks reply as PIL alleges that ex-ministers got land cheap

 The Bombay High Court asked former Maharashtra Ministers Narayan Rane, Chhagan Bhujbal and Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil on Monday to file their responses in two weeks to a petition alleging that they had been allotted land at cheap rates by the government to set up educational trusts.

Can court hear petitions challenging Speaker's action, Bombay HC asks

The Bombay High Court on Monday asked Congress leader Naseem Khan, who has filed a petition challenging the way the BJP government in Maharashtra proved its majority in the Assembly, to cite Supreme Court's rulings to show that such petitions can be heard by the courts.

Why no amendment brought in drunk driving cases, Bombay HC asks Centre

The Bombay High Court on Thursday granted four weeks time to the Union Government to respond to a petition seeking amendments in law to enhance punishment for offenders in drunk driving cases and more compensation to the accident victims.

Bombay HC dismisses RPI's plea on dissolution of Maharashtra Assembly

The Bombay High Court on Thursday dismissed a petition filed by RPI led by Prakash Ambedkar seeking dissolution of the newly-formed assembly in Maharashtra and imposition of President's rule.

26/11 call record case: Mumbai police gets govt nod to move HC

In a relief to Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria, the Maharashtra government has allowed city police to move the Bombay High Court to challenge an order passed by the State Chief Information Commissioner, who initiated a judicial inquiry against him in connection with the alleged discrepancies in the 26/11 call records.

Bombay HC asks Maharashtra to compensate triple blasts victims by Nov 24

The Bombay High Court directed Maharashtra state government here on Tuesday to pay compensation to the victims of the triple blasts of 2011 by November 24.

Ensure Ebola detection equipment at airports are working: Bombay HC to Centre

The Bombay High Court Tuesday asked the Centre to file an 'action taken report' on October 14 with regard to providing equipment at Nagpur and Pune airports to screen passengers arriving from African countries to detect possible Ebola virus infection.

Rajesh Khanna`s will not to be given to Anita Advani: Bombay HC

The division bench of Bombay High Court on Monday, in an interim order, stayed the handing over of the will of Rajesh Khanna to his alleged live-in partner Anita Advani.

Bombay HC orders top Thane police officer to probe missing child case

The Bombay High Court has directed a senior police officer from Thane to carry out investigations into the case of a two-year-old missing child here after her father filed a habeas corpus petition alleging shoddy probe.

Six hundred doctors who went on strike sacked, Maharashtra govt tells HC

Maharashtra govt informed Bombay HC that it had terminated services of 600 medical officers at government hospitals for not attending to the patients during a recent strike of doctors.

Shocked that manual scavenging is practiced in these times: Bombay HC

Expressing anguish over Maharashtra government`s apathy towards manual scavengers in the pilgrimage city of Pandharpur in Solapur district, the Bombay High Court today said it will shock the conscience of anybody to know that this inhuman practice continues unabated till date.

CM`s `absolute` discretion in housing quota not good: Bombay HC

The Bombay High Court on Friday questioned Maharashtra Chief Minister`s discretionary quota in allotment of houses, saying such "absolute" and "unfettered" discretion was not desirable.