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Mumbai: High Court adjourns hearings due to staff shortage after rains
This is the second time this week that court hearings have been adjourned in the wake of the heavy rains. Mumbai and some neighbouring districts has been witnessing heavy rains since the last couple of days, resulting in water-logging in several areas and disruption of rail and road transport services.
Specify benefits for frontline workers' kin: Bombay HC to Maharashtra govt
The Bombay High Court on Friday directed the Maharashtra governmen...
Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Shivajirao Patil Nilangekar dead
Nilangekar, senior Congress leaders from Latur in Marathwada region, was t...
Parle Agro locks horns with Walmart India in the Bombay HC over its product Appy Fizz
In a rare incidence of a local company taking action against a multinational for alleged trademark violation, Parle Agro has moved the Bombay High Court against Walmart India for selling an apple drink with 'deceptively similar mark' as its Appy Fizz.
HC adjourns virtual hearings after heavy rainfall in Mumbai, hearings postponed to Wednesday
Five benches of the high court, including a bench headed by Chief Justice Dipankar Datta, adjourned the matters as many staff members could not reach the court in south Mumbai, an official said.
Enquiry on in 63 moons complaint against Chidambaram: CBI to Bombay High Court
The court was hearing a petition filed by the Jignesh Shah-promoted company, earlier known as Financial Technologies Ltd, questioning the 'delayed' action by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) against senior Congress leader Chidambaram and bureaucrats K P Krishnan and Ramesh Abhishek.
Bombay HC judges to get Rs 50,000 annually to buy spectacles as per a government resolution
According to the GR of the states law and judiciary department, the decision covers judges, their spouses and family members dependent on them.
What purpose served by disclosing names of virus patients?: Bombay High Court
A division bench of Bombay High Court was hearing a public interest litigation (PIL) filed by two persons, seeking disclosure of names of COVID-19 patients to enable contact tracing and to save others from being infected.
Bombay HC seeks clarification on transmission of virus in aircraft
As per the minutes of the meeting, physical distance between two persons helps in minimising transmission through an inadvertent touch, and if persons sitting next to each other could be provided a protective suit which could help in preventing spread of virus either by droplets or by touch.
63 Moons Technologies Ltd moves High Court seeking speedy inquiry against Chidambaram
The Jignesh Shah-promoted company, earlier known as Financial Technologies Ltd, in its petition filed on July 4 questioned 'delayed' action by the Central Bureau of Investigation against the senior Congress leader and bureaucrats K P Krishnan and Ramesh Abhishek.
TRAI vs Broadcasters: Bombay high court to pass judgement on new tariff order on August 24th
The petitioners approached the high court earlier this month, challenging a July 24 notification issued by TRAI asking them to implement its new tariff order.
Centre's order to pay full wages to workers can't be for those unpaid before lockdown: HC
A bench of Justices Ujjal Bhuyan and Riyaz Chagla said on Monday this while hearing two writ petitions filed by Premier Ltd, a heavy machinery manufacturing company from Pune in Maharashtra, and its employees union.
Crisil top boss approaches Bombay High Court to restrain unauthorised use of her pictures
Taking cognizance of her petition, a single-judge bench of the Bombay High Court has granted interim relief to Suyash and has restrained defendants from displaying, exhibiting, advertising or utilizing her image in any manner until further order. The court has also directed internet service providers across the country from facilitating access to all websites and apps displaying Suyash’s image/likeness without her consent.
PMC bank fraud: JJ Hospital directed to give copy of medical records to Rakesh Wadhawan
A division bench of Justices R D Dhanuka and V G Bisht on Friday also directed a special court set under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) to hear and decide before August 19 an application filed before it by Wadhawan seeking to be shifted to a private hospital for medical treatment.
Government pushes for minimal adjournments in cases related to commercial disputes
The letter was written in March this year, and Delhi and Mumbai High Courts have now issued directions regarding restricting the number of adjournments to three.