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Biodiesel Bombay High Court

Biodiesel Can Be Used As Transportation Fuel: Bombay High Court

Biodiesel can now be used as an as a fuel to power automobiles Biofuel producers will now be able to directly sell their products, provided they meet the required quality standard, without any restrictions The court was hearing a petition filed by My Own Eco Energy (L), the makers of Indizel biofuel The Bombay High

Bombay HC Pahlaj Nihalani CBFC

Bombay HC refuses urgent hearing of Pahlaj Nihalani’s plea against CBFC

Bombay High Court’s vacation bench on Tuesday refused to urgently hear Pahlaj Nihalani plea against Central Board of Film Certification’s. Bombay HC refuses urgent hearing of Pahlaj Nihalani’s plea against CBFC suggestion of approximately 20 cuts in his upcoming production ‘Rangeela Raja. The former CBFC chairman will now mention his plea before the court again on November 12. Nihalani has

26/11 attack: HC refuses to order probe in Hemant Karkare's death

26/11 attack: HC refuses to order probe in Hemant Karkare’s death

26/11 attack: HC refuses to order probe in Hemant Karkare’s death. The Bombay High Court has refused to order a probe into the death of former state ATS chief Hemant Karkare and disposed of a petition alleging that his killing during the 26/11 terror attack was a conspiracy hatched by Right Wing extremists. A division

Loya matter 'serious', will examine all matter: SC

Loya matter ‘serious’, will examine all matter: SC

Loya matter ‘serious’, will examine all matter: SC. New Delhi, (Jan 22) The Supreme Court on Monday said the controversy surrounding the death of Special CBI court judge B.H. Loya is “serious” and it will look into the circumstances leading to his death in November 2014.Judge Loya was holding the trial into the staged shootout deaths

Detaining patients for unpaid bills is illegal: High court

Mumbai, Jan 12, The Bombay High Court today asserted that detaining a patient in hospital over unpaid bills is illegal, and “every member of public” must be made aware of this. A bench of Justices S C Dharmadhikari and Bharati Dangre directed the health department of the Maharashtra government to publish on its website the

Why should film viewers buy food frm theatres: HC to Maha govt

Why should film viewers buy food from theatres: HC to Maha govt

Film viewers buy food theatres: The Bombay High Court today directed the Maharashtra government to file a reply to a PIL challenging the prohibition on carrying outside food into movie theatres and multiplexes across the state. The court asked when security guards frisk the public entering cinema halls and check their bags, what was the

Bombay High Court upholds validity of RERA

Mumbai, Dec 6, The Bombay High Court today upheld the validity of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA). A bench of Justices Naresh Patil and Rajesh Ketkar pronounced its judgement on a bunch of petitions filed by by real estate developers and individual plot owners, all challenging the constitutional validity of the Act that was

Woman has right to live in matrimonial home: HC

Woman has right to live in matrimonial home: HC

Woman live matrimonial home: The Bombay high court has held that a woman gets the right to live in her matrimonial home or a shared household irrespective of whether it belongs to or is owned by her husband.It relied on the protection of woman from domestic Violence Act to direct a man not to disposes

HC denies permission to 16-yr-old rape survivor to undergo abortion

Mumbai, Oct 13, The Bombay High Court today denied permission to a 16-year-old rape survivor, who was in her 27th week of pregnancy, to undergo an abortion, citing the report of a panel of doctors which examined her. A bench headed by Justice Ranjit More turned down the plea filed by the girl’s father on

Elphinstone Stampede

Elphinstone Stampede: HC pulls up activists for closing eyes to problem

Mumbai, Oct 6, The Bombay High Court today castigated “so-called activists” for approaching it on the issue of safety of commuters only after the Elphinstone Road station stampede and asked why they woke up to the “serious and sensitive” issue only after the death of so many people. On September 29, a stampede on the stairwell

Elphinstone stampede PIL filed in HC to book railway officials

Elphinstone stampede:PIL filed in HC to book railway officials

Elphinstone stampede PIL filed. A PIL has been filed in the Bombay High Court seeking that railway officials should be booked for negligence and culpable homicide in connection with the stampede at the Elphinstone Road railway station in which 22 people were killed.The public interest litigation (PIL) was submitted yesterday to the high court registry

Bombay HC rejects Pinto's plea of transit pre-arrest bail

Bombay HC rejects Pinto’s transit pre-arrest bail

Bombay High Court yesterday issued order to Ryan school founder Augustine F Pinto, his wife Grace Pinto, and son, who is the CEO of the group, Ryan Pinto, to submit their passports by 9:00 pm and according to ANI, Bombay HC will give them (Pintos) interim protection from arrest till tomorrow only if they submit their passports. The Pintos had moved

Bomb threat Bombay High Court

Bomb threat at Bombay High Court; turns out to be hoax

Mumbai, Sep 13, bomb threat bombay high court; turns out to be hoax. The Bombay High Court was briefly put on an alert this morning after the police control room here received an anonymous call of a bomb inside the court premises, which later turned out to be a hoax.The anonymous caller allegedly claimed that

Can’t be lenient in cases of sex rules violation: HC

Mumbai, Aug 20 (PTI) The Bombay High Court has voiced concern over the declining sex ratio and said a lenient approach cannot be taken while deciding matters pertaining to violation of sex determination laws. Justice T V Nalawade recently rejected an anticipatory bail application filed by a doctor, who was allegedly involved in a sex

NEET 2017

NEET 2017: SC raps CBSE for setting different questions for regional language papers

NEET 2017: SC raps CBSE for setting different questions. The Bombay High Court has directed the Maharashtra Government to file an affidavit, describing their mechanism for organ donation and transplantation and if not, what they propose to do in this regard.This came after a petition was heard in regard to a kidney donation case from

Court cancels Government Job Promotion Reservation

Court cancels Government Job Promotion Reservation. Mumbai: Reservation in promotion for government jobs has been canceled in Maharashtra. Bombay High Court has passed this important decision and after that people who got benefited from this reservation scheme are not very happy with the decision taken by the court. This issue may create a political hype

Actor Sanjay Dutt might be jailed again

Actor Sanjay Dutt might be jailed again

Actor Sanjay Dutt might be jailed again, with the Maharashtra Government telling Bombay High Court on Thursday that the actor will have to return to jail if he was allowed parole based on his VIP status.The court was hearing a Public Interest Litigation filed against the early release of Sanjay Dutt. Responding to the petition,

Abu Salem requested to High Court for marriage

Abu Salem requested to High Court for marriage

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android  Click For IOS The accused of Bombay serial blasts case,Abu Salem filed a petition in the Bombay High Court and requested for permission for marriage. Salem has asked for temporary registration of marriage. A month ago, a special TADA court has founded

Maha Govt. files affidavit at Bombay HC justifying Sanjay Dutt's

Maha Govt. files affidavit at Bombay HC justifying Sanjay Dutt’s early release

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS The Maharashtra Government on Monday presented an affidavit at the Bombay High Court justifying its decision of early release of Sanjay Dutt, an accused in the 1993 Bombay blasts case.The state government presented a calculation of his remission and

Jobs, admissions on fake caste certificates not valid: SC

Jobs, admissions on fake caste certificates not valid: SC

Jobs, admissions on fake caste certificates not valid: SC.The Supreme Court today held that government jobs or admissions secured under reserved category by using forged caste certificates cannot be held valid or sustained in the eyes of the law.A bench of Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justice D Y Chandrachud did not concur with