Special Correspondent. I have spent over a decade covering courts in Mumbai, primarily the Bombay High Court, and including several important trials like trial of 120 accused in March 1993 Mumbai bombings, 26/11 case - trial of Ajmal Kasab.
Articles by Kanchan V. Chaudhari
Mumbai: About 27 years after they booked flats in a residential project at Kopar Khairane in Navi Mumbai, two residents of Lokhandwala will receive amounts equal to seven times the price of the flats as the builder failed to complete the project and handover over ready flats
NCDRC bench directed the developer to pay an additional amount of ₹25,000 to each of the complainants towards litigation costs.
“The principle of contributory negligence cannot be invoked in such case,” the court said in the April 28 order which became available on Friday, May 13
The Bombay high court has struck down the demand of ₹4 crore from a developer in Thane, saying the forest department could not levy a “conservation fee” on commercial activities outside the eco-sensitive zones (ESZs) surrounding national parks and wildlife sanctuaries
Mumbai: The Bombay high court (HC) on Thursday dismissed petitions filed by 65 post-graduate (PG) students from the Ayurveda stream who completed three years of their course, but refused to appear for the final examination, as the Admissions Regulatory Authority had declined to approve their admissions
Mumbai: The Bombay high court on Wednesday struck down a July 2010 Government Resolution (GR) issued by the state government authorising the deduction of 10% from the compensation paid to tribals for the acquisition of the Class II occupancy lands allotted to them by the government
The family members had moved to the high court, seeking full compensation. They claimed that there was no negligence of the deceased and the accident had occurred solely due to the rash and negligent driving of the driver of the offending tempo
The bench said, “We are of the prima facie view that the impugned suspension order is illegal and needs to be considered properly”
The incident came to light on June 6, 2011, when partially burnt bodies of the victims were found in deserted hills in Appa Pada area near Kurar village.
Even before the divorce, she was looked after and taken care of in all respects by her mother, who belongs to the Mahar community, a scheduled caste.
The division bench of justice SJ Kathawalla and justice Milind Jadhav has, however, continued the restraint for three weeks to enable Zee Entertainment Enterprises to move the Supreme Court.
Bench said under the Code of Criminal Procedure “victim” means a person who has suffered any loss or injury caused by reason of a crime and the expression includes his or her guardian or legal.
On January 25, the one-member panel submitted its report which held the president of the seminary guilty of sexual harassment at workplace
- An associate of the judicial magistrate allegedly demanded and accepted a bribe on her behalf for dismissing a criminal complaint against a milk vendor.
- While rejecting the anticipatory bail, the court said there was a strong indication of the applicant’s involvement in the offence.
- The petitioner had moved the high court in January this year after she was declared ineligible for admission to an undergraduate medical course as her left hand was amputated.
It alleged that after January 2020, employees of the company were forced and coerced to accept a voluntary retirement scheme, which the union claimed was not fair and equitable.
The actor and her sister have moved the high court challenging the October 16, 2020 order of a magistrate court at Bandra.
The bench criticised the CBI special judge, then Mumbai police commissioner
Justice Gautam Patel ignored the biological mother’s plea for her custody primarily on the ground that the woman was involved in some immoral activity
Hindustan Times | ByKanchan V Chaudhari, Mumbai