HC ultimatum to Maha CS to file affidavit on noise pollution

Bring down noise pollution levels during festivals, the Bombay High Court sternly told the Maharashtra government on Friday while giving a last chance to the Chief Secretary to file an affidavit identifying officers responsible for not implementing court directives on the issue.

CCTV cameras to be installed in shelter homes soon, Maharashtra HC told

With an increase in number of incidents where children and women in state-run shelter homes are sexually and physically abused, the Maharashtra government on Friday told the Bombay High Court that it will soon install CCTV cameras in all such facilities.

PIL on Mumbai, Kolhapur varsity VC appointments dismissed

The Bombay High Court on Friday dismissed a public interest litigation challenging the appointments of the vice-chancellors of Mumbai University and Shivaji University in Kolhapur after finding no merit in it.

HC imposes Rs 40,000 fine on Saoner MLA Sunil Kedar

A High Court bench here has imposed a fine of Rs 40,000 on Saoner MLA Sunil Kedar for raising objection to an ongoing probe against him by an appointed inquiry officer.

Upgrade system for safety of women in trains: Bombay HC to Railways

 The Bombay High Court on Wednesday asked railways to upgrade its system so as to prevent crime against women in local trains and on platforms and consider forming an expert committee to study advanced technologies globally.

Salman Khan hit-and-run case: Hearing adjourned till July 13
Salman Khan hit-and-run case: Hearing adjourned till July 13

The hearing in the 2002 hit-and-run case involving actor Salman Khan has been adjourned till July 13.

Bombay HC asks Maha govt about plans to tackle river pollution during Kumbh

Expressing serious concern over pollution in Godavari river in view of the forthcoming Kumbh Mela in Nashik, the Bombay High Court on Tuesday asked the Maharashtra government to inform it within a week what contingency plans it had formulated to clean the river water.

Bombay HC allows Nestle to export Maggi noodles

In a partial breather for Nestle, the Bombay High Court on Tuesday allowed the company`s Indian branch to export all varieties of its popular two-minute Maggi noodles.

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PIL seeks ACB probe into Rs 206-cr purchase scam in Maharashtra

A petition in the Bombay High Court on Monday sought a probe by Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) into the Rs 206-crore procurement 'scam' related to Women and Child Development Department headed by Maharashtra Minister Pankaja Munde.

Pandal Politics: Shiv Sena slams Bombay High Court's order- Part 2

Shiv sena slammed the recent Bombay High Court order which stated that denying permission to erect temporary pandals on roads and foot paths is not a breach of fundamental right to religion, the Shiv Sena today said that the verdict appears to have come from a Pakistani court.

Pandal Politics: Shiv Sena slams Bombay High Court's order

Shiv sena slammed the recent Bombay High Court order which stated that denying permission to erect temporary pandals on roads and foot paths is not a breach of fundamental right to religion, the Shiv Sena today said that the verdict appears to have come from a Pakistani court.

Mumbra building collapse: Contractor moves Bombay HC for bail

 A contractor, accused in the Mumbra building collapse of 2013 in which 74 people were killed, has approached Bombay High Court for bail.

Goa Cricket Association election set to be unopposed, Shekhar Salkar panel withdraws
Goa Cricket Association election set to be unopposed, Shekhar Salkar panel withdraws

In an anti-climax, the panel headed by Dr Shekhar Salkar has withdrawn from what was supposed to be a bitterly-fought election of the Goa Cricket Association.

HC gives 2 weeks to state on PIL regarding law to run casinos

The Bombay High Court on Friday allowed two weeks time to Maharashtra government to file its reply to a public interest litigation demanding that a four- decade-old law which makes it legal to run casinos in the state be brought into force.

Bombay HC favours granting bail to jailed professor on health grounds

The Bombay High Court on Friday said it was inclined to grant bail to former Delhi University professor G N Saibaba, arrested for alleged Maoist links, on humanitarian grounds and his medical condition.

Goa Cricket Association elections on June 28: SC
Goa Cricket Association elections on June 28: SC

The Supreme Court on Friday declined to interfere with the elections of the Goa Cricket Association (GCA) scheduled to take place on Sunday (June 28) but directed that the results of the elections would not be declared and kept in a sealed cover.