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Not right to deprive child’s access to grandparents : Bombay High Court

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Observing that it is not right to deprive access of a child to his/her grandparents, the Bombay High Court directed a Mumbai-based woman to let her 10-year- old son meet her former in-laws once a week. A division bench of Justices S J Kathawalla and B P Colabawalla earlier this week rejected a petition filed by […]

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Mumbai University’s highest authority too can’t relax 50% attendance rule: HC

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The Bombay High Court has held that the Mumbai University’s ordinance mandating a minimum 50 per cent attendance was in the interest of students and thus, even the highest authority in the university had no power to allow any undue relaxation in the rule. In the order passed on Thursday, a bench of justices B […]

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HC refuses to stay or postpone 1st semester LLM exams

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The Bombay High Court today refused to stay or postpone the first semester examinations for LLM students of the Mumbai University. A bench of Justices B R Gavai and B P Colabawalla, however, permitted those students who were not prepared for the exams that are scheduled to begin tomorrow, to write their first semester exams […]

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Give infrastructure & staff to judiciary to clear pending cases

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The Maharashtra government should realise that if it cannot support its own judiciary by giving infrastructure and staff, then it will not be able to obtain early disposal of cases and pending matters, the Bombay High Court has observed. The observation came from a bench of justices S C Dharmadhikari and B P Colabawalla, who […]

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BMC, MHADA told to hold meeting with owner and tenants

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The Bombay High Court yestarday asked officials of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation and Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (Mhada) to hold a joint meeting with the owner and tenants of century-old heritage building ‘Esplanade Mansion’ in south Mumbai that has been declared dilapidated. A division bench of Justices V M Kanade and B P Colabawalla […]

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Nestle moves Bom HC against food authorities

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Multinational Giant Nestle India Ltd yesterday challenged in the Mumbai High Court the orders of food authorities banning nine variants of its instant product “Maggi” from the Indian market for being “hazardous” to public health and the plea will be heard today. The revision application (appeal against the impugned orders passed by authorities in Delhi […]

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