Mumbai court acquits Arvind Kejriwal, Medha Patkar and Meera Sanyal in 2014 Lok Sabha poll rally case
Arvind Kejriwal, Medha Patkar and Meera Sanyal, were booked under various provisions of the Maharashtra Police Act pertaining to holding public rallies without prior permission from the police.
Three Mumbai policemen held captive, thrashed for investigating complaints of loud indoor music in Mira Road; 14 people arrested
Fourteen persons, including two women, were arrested on Tuesday for allegedly holding three policemen captive for hours and thrashing them
An offence was registered against organisers of the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) rally in the city on Thursday for not taking a prior permission of the police.
Workers of the MNS protested against a jewellery shop in Dadar and a hotel in Mahim here, asking them to remove the signboards in Gujarati, police said.
The SC said the condition for getting dance bar licence that dance area should be separate from restaurant presumes that performance would be "obscene".
SC has stayed a state government law which imposed a ban on dance bars. However, given the convoluted history of dance bars, they may not return any time soon.
The Supreme Court on Thursday stayed the operation of Maharashtra Police Act that prohibited dance performances at eating places, beer bars and restaurants.