High Court tells Maha govt: List steps taken to tackle malnutrition

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The Bombay High Court today directed the Maharashtra government to list down the steps taken by it to implement previous orders of the court on tackling malnutrition in the state. A bench of justices Naresh Patil and G S Kulkarni earlier this week gave the directions while taking note of the information given by petitioners… Read more »

High Court tells Maha govt: List steps taken to tackle malnutrition

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The Bombay High Court today directed the Maharashtra government to list down the steps taken by it to implement previous orders of the court on tackling malnutrition in the state. A bench of justices Naresh Patil and G S Kulkarni earlier this week gave the directions while taking note of the information given by petitioners… Read more »

High Court: BMC needs to follow due process of law to take over park

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The Bombay High Court today said the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) cannot take possession of the 20-acre Priyadarshini Park in south Mumbai without following the due process of law. The park, situated on the Nepean Sea road, is being maintained since 1985 by the Malabar Hill Citizens’ Forum. In April last year, the civic body… Read more »

BMC needs to follow due process of law to take over Priyadarshini park, says Bombay High Court

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In a landmark decision, the Bombay High Court on Thursday said that the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) cannot take possession of the 20-acre Priyadarshini Park in south Mumbai without following the due process of law. The park, situated on the Nepean Sea road, is being maintained since 1985 by the Malabar Hill Citizens’ Forum. In… Read more »

High Court rejects restaurateur’s bail plea: Kamala Mills fire

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The Bombay High Court today rejected the bail plea of Yug Tuli, the co-owner of the Mojo’s Bistro restaurant and an accused in the December, 2017 fire incident at the Kamala Mills compound here, in which 14 people were killed. Justice Ajey Gadkari dismissed Tuli’s bail application and said he would pass a detailed order… Read more »

High Court allows NRI woman to record consent for divorce via Skype

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The Bombay High Court has allowed an NRI woman to record her consent for a mutual divorce from her estranged husband via Skype or any other video calling technology. Justice Bharati Dangre, earlier this month, set aside an order of the city’s family court which refused to register the US-based woman’s petition seeking divorce on… Read more »