Bombay HC upholds conviction of 67-year-old for raping minor girls

 The Bombay High Court has upheld the conviction of a 67-year-old man for sexually assaulting two minor girls after observing that the prosecution has proved its case beyond reasonable doubt.

Bombay HC upholds 10-year jail term for duo who raped pregnant woman

The Bombay High Court has upheld the ten-year imprisonment awarded to two persons by a lower court for gang-raping a 20-year-old pregnant woman while observing that the prosecution has proved its case beyond reasonable doubt.

Mere possession of fake notes can't be termed as offence: Bombay HC

 Observing that mere possession of counterfeit notes cannot be termed as an offence and prosecution is required to prove that the person had knowledge that the notes were fake, the Bombay High Court has set aside the conviction and five year sentence awarded to a man.

Mere possession of fake notes can't be termed as offence: HC

Observing that mere possession of counterfeit notes cannot be termed as an offence and prosecution is required to prove that the person had knowledge that the notes were fake, the Bombay High Court has set aside the conviction and five year sentence awarded to a man.

Citizens have fundamental right to good roads, says Bombay HC

 The Bombay High Court on Wednesday held that citizens have a fundamental right to good roads and it is the state government's statutory obligation to provide roads which are free of potholes.

'Act against magistrate who ordered search of Parrikar's house'

 Goa`s BJP-led coalition government has demanded that Bombay High Court should examine the conduct of a trial court judge, who on April 22 directed the police to search the official residence of Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar for a `missing` convicted ruling MLA.

Bombay HC asks parents to inform schools of status quo on RTE quota

The Bombay High Court on Friday asked parents to make representation before schools which cancelled admissions of pre-primary students under the Right to Education (RTE) quota following a Government Resolution which made Class I as entry-level point for RTE admissions.

Pay reward to Customs & DRI informer, HC tells govt

Observing that use of discretionary power to deprive informers from getting rewards will frustrate government policy, the Bombay High Court has asked the Centre, Customs and Directorate of Revenue Intelligence to pay reward amount to an informer within three months.

Sandhya Singh murder case: 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.

HC notice to Saibaba Trust on alleged corruption by 2 doctors

The Bombay High Court has issued notices to Saibaba Sansthan Trust in Shirdi and police on a plea seeking registration of case against two cardiologists of a Trust-run hospital for alleged malpractice in purchase of medical equipment.

PIL against gifting sword to leaders, Bombay High Court seeks response

The Bombay High Court has sought response from Ahmednagar District Collector and police on a PIL against presenting of unsheathed swords to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other leaders during Maharashtra election campaigning last year.

PIL against gifting sword to leaders, Bombay HC seeks response

The Bombay High Court has sought response from Ahmednagar District Collector and police on a PIL against presenting of unsheathed swords to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other leaders during Maharashtra election campaigning last year.

SC affirms death to duo for murder, rape of Pune BPO employee

The Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence to a cab driver and his male friend for raping and murdering a 22-year-old BPO employee in Pune in 2007.

Salman got bail so easily because he is a 'Khan': Sadhvi Prachi

Sadhvi Prachi, one of the party leaders in Uttar Pradesh, said on Friday that Salman Khan got bail in 2002 hit-and-run case because he is a Khan.

Salman Khan thanks fans for prayers and support
Salman Khan thanks fans for prayers and support

A much-relieved Bollywood actor Salman Khan took to social media to give his first response after his 5-year jail sentence was suspended on Friday.

Salman Khan waves to fans from his balcony

Actor Salman Khan appeared on his balcony, after coming home from court, waved to the sea of fans who were waiting for him outside his home.

Salman Khan leaves court after furnishing Rs 30,000 bond

Salman Khan has completed the formalities of getting bail in hit-and-run case. He surrendered before the court furnished the bail bond of Rs 30,000 and was released on bail.

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Bihar's conjoined twins, fans rejoice as Salman Khan gets bail

Salman Khan's fan celebrate after the actor was granted bail by Bombay High Court in hit-and-run case. Among them were the conjoined twins of Bihar, Saba and Farah, who rejoiced over the court's decision.

Next hearing on Salman’s hit-and-run case scheduled for July

The next hearing on Salman’s 2002 hit-and-run case is scheduled for July, said public prosecutor.