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Only one woman judge in Supreme Court out of 28

There is no woman judge among the five new judges appointed in the Supreme Court who were sworn -on Friday.

Bombay HC modifies liquor ban in Thane during civic poll

Modifying the four-day ban on liquor sale in Thane during the upcoming civic polls, the Bombay High Court today set aside the circular's direction for dry day on February 19 following a plea by a hotels association.

Hotels approach HC against order on dry days during civic poll

A hotel owners association has filed a petition in Bombay High Court challenging an order of state Excise department declaring dry days from the evening of February 19 to 21 and on February 23, due to the civic polls.

Bombay High Court asks Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation to remove all illegal hoardings before civic polls

Bombay High Court today directed the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to remove forthwith all hoardings, banners and advertisements put up illegally by parties or their members and initiate action against them.

Sena accuses Maha CM of irregularities as ex-Nagpur mayor

At a time when Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis is building BJP's campaign for civic polls on a transparency plank and his clean image, Shiv Sena today claimed he was indicted by a probe panel for "corruption" during his stint as Nagpur mayor in 2001.

What's the point of progress if kids are malnourished: Bombay HC

The Bombay High Court on Wednesday said Maharashtra's progress and prosperity are pointless when 50 percent of children in the state are malnourished and below the poverty line.

Akshay Kumar’s ‘Jolly LL.B 2’: Bombay HC orders four cuts, fresh certification

Akshay Kumar’s ‘Jolly LL.B 2’: Bombay HC orders four cuts, fresh certification

A Division Bench of Justice S.S. Shinde and Justice K.K. Sonawane also ordered the Central Board of Film Certification to certify the film afresh after implementing the cuts in the Akshay Kumar starrer.

Suit by Tata Group minority shareholders adjourned to March 7

The Bombay High Court on Monday adjourned to March 7 hearing on a suit filed by four minority shareholders of three Tata Group companies seeking to restrain the promoters from voting at extraordinary general meetings on a resolution to remove industrialist Nusli Wadia as independent director.

Akshay Kumar starrer ‘Jolly LL.B 2’ legal row: SC to hear producer’s plea challenging Bombay HC order

Akshay Kumar starrer ‘Jolly LL.B 2’ legal row: SC to hear producer’s plea challenging Bombay HC order

In 2013 also, the original ‘Jolly LLB’, starring Arshad Warsi and Boman Irani, faced the same problems from lawyers in Meerut.

Akshay Kumar’s 'Jolly LLB 2' legal woe: SC to hear plea on Friday

Akshay Kumar’s 'Jolly LLB 2' legal woe: SC to hear plea on Friday

The Supreme Court will hear the plea by Fox Star Studio on Friday, challenging the Bombay High Court order that a three-member committee would hold review of the film 'Jolly LLB 2' before its release.

No objection if bail granted to Sadhvi Pragya: NIA to HC

A bomb strapped to a motorcycle had exploded in Malegaon on September 29, 2008, killing seven people and injuring around 100.

24 HCs short of 43.65 percent judges, 40.54 lakh pending cases

24 HCs short of 43.65 percent judges, 40.54 lakh pending cases

Out of the total 40.54 lakh cases pending in all the high courts as on June 30 last year, 29,31,352 were civil cases and 11,23,178 criminal matters, while 7,43,191 matters are over a decade old.

Bombay HC refuses to order CBI probe 'at this stage' on Anna Hazare's plea in sugar scam

Bombay HC refuses to order CBI probe 'at this stage' on Anna Hazare's plea in sugar scam

The court was hearing a criminal PIL filed by Anna Hazare seeking CBI inquiry into the sugar co-operative factories scam.

Bombay HC rejects furlough plea of 1993 Mumbai blasts convict Rubina Memon

Bombay HC rejects furlough plea of 1993 Mumbai blasts convict Rubina Memon

The Bombay High Court has rejected the plea of 1993 Mumbai serial bomb blast terror convict Rubina Suleman Memon, seeking her release on furlough.

Bombay HC rejects furlough plea of 1993 blasts convict Rubina Memon

Rubina is also sister-in-law of Tiger Memon, believed to be living in Pakistan

Maharashtra govt tells HC it would appoint new Advocate General by Dec 30

 Putting an end to the controversy surrounding the appointment of a new Advocate General, the Maharashtra Government today told the Bombay High Court that it would fill up the coveted post by December 30.

Bombay High Court hearing on Nusli Wadia removal suit on Friday

Tata Steel on Thrusday said the Bombay High Court will on Friday hear the suit filed by four shareholders challenging the proposed removal of industrialist Nusli Wadia as an independent director on the company board.

Bombay HC dismisses Chhagan Bhujbal's plea challenging his arrest under Prevention of Money Laundering Act

Bombay HC dismisses Chhagan Bhujbal's plea challenging his arrest under Prevention of Money Laundering Act

Chhagan Bhujbal was arrested on March 14 under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) by the ED after establishing links between illicit funds filling Bhujbal`s empire and deals which led to this.

Money laundering: Bombay HC dismisses Chhagan Bhujbal's plea challenging his arrest

Money laundering: Bombay HC dismisses Chhagan Bhujbal's plea challenging his arrest

Chhagan Bhujbal was arrested on March 14 under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) by the Enforcement Directorate.

Govt defends decision on Maratha reservation, says 80% economically backward

Govt defends decision on Maratha reservation, says 80% economically backward

The state government wants to grant reservation to the community in government jobs and educational institutions across the state.