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Thousands of employees of MSRTC have been on strike since last November demanding that they be treated on par with state government employees and that the cash-strapped transport corporation be merged with the government.
The bench passed the directions while hearing a public interest litigation filed by advocate Savina Crasto highlighting the lack of an effective grievance redressal mechanism for customers using the Uber India app
Malik's affidavit was in response to a defamation suit filed against him by Sameer Wankhede's father Dnyandev
The former editor-in-chief of Tehelka magazine stands accused of sexually assaulting his then woman colleague in the lift of a five-star hotel in Goa in November 2013
A Mumbai special court on Thursday extended the judicial custody of Aryan Khan and seven others till 30 October in the cruise drug-bust case
Arrested from the cruise ship Cordelia on 3 October, Bollywood megastar Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan has been in jail since 8 October
Maharashtra must ensure freedom fighters and kin get pension on time, not make them file applications: Bombay HC
The court on Thursday directed the Maharashtra government to start paying pension to the 90-year-old widow of a freedom fighter under the 'Swatantrata Sainik Samman Pension Scheme, 1980' from October 2021
The earlier Bombay HC verdict had said that groping a minor's breast without "skin to skin contact" cannot be termed as sexual assault as defined under the POCSO Act
Abetment involves mental process of 'instigating a person' in doing something, declares Supreme Court
"Abetment involves the mental process of instigating a person or intentionally aiding a person in doing a thing," said bench comprising Justices R Subhash Reddy and Hrishikesh Roy.
The Bombay HC quashed the two FIRs after Sahil Khan's lawyer and Ayesha Shroff told the court that they had settled the dispute between them amicably
The Bombay HC reserved its order on Kangana Ranaut's plea seeking quashing of criminal defamation proceedings initiated against her by a metropolitan magistrate's court on a complaint filed by Javed Akhtar.
No coercive action against Narayan Rane in Nashik FIR over ‘slap Uddhav’ remark: Maharashtra govt tells Bombay HC
In an editorial in the Shiv Sena's mouthpiece Saamana, the party launched a scathing attack on Rane and said that the prime minister should take his statement against Uddhav Thackeray seriously
Tips owner Ramesh Taurani, who was also named in the Gulshan Kumar murder case, has been acquitted by Bombay HC.
Bombay HC asks Maharashtra govt to scrutinise Sonu Sood, Cong MLA Zeeshan Siddique's role in procuring anti-COVID drugs
The Bombay High Court also noted that "these people (celebrities) projected themselves as some kind of messiahs without verifying if the drugs were spurious or if the supply was legal."
The court was hearing a PIL seeking door-to-door vaccination for senior citizens above the age of 75 and persons who are specially-abled, wheelchair-bound or bedridden
Swamy, 84, was on 28 May shifted from the Taloja prison in neighbouring Navi Mumbai to the Holy Family Hospital in Mumbai after he filed a petition, seeking interim bail on medical grounds
Tarun Tejpal rape case: Remove references to complainant's identity in judgment, Bombay HC slams Goa trial court
The Solicitor General told the HC that the observations made in the judgement and most of the findings with regard to the prosecutrix were "astonishing"
The court directed the state and the BMC to file their respective affidavits within two weeks. The court will continue hearing the pleas on 21 June
No need to wait for Centre, we will give permission for door-to-door vaccination, Bombay HC tells BMC
The court, saying it will take up the matter on Thursday, directed BMC Commissioner to file an affidavit whether it would be possible to introduce a home-based vaccination drive for senior citizens, differently-abled and bed-ridden or wheelchair-bound
As daily cremations rise, Bombay HC directs govt to look for 'modern techniques' to reduce pollution
The petitioner told the high court that due to an increase in COVID-19 cases and deaths, some crematoriums in Pune are currently handling cremations of over 80 bodies per day