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Both groups have said that the authorities know everything about the flouting of rules by share auto drivers but do not want to act. Helpless due to insufficient BEST buses from Kurla West, the commuters are forced to stand in long queues and are at the mercy of share auto drivers
The Bombay High Court dismissed a plea filed by a Nanded resident seeking to pursue her late mother's appeal for enhancement of maintenance. The court held that the right to seek maintenance is personal and cannot be enforced by legal heirs after death. The court clarified that the daughter has the right to recover arrears of maintenance from her father after obtaining a succession certificate.
Alok Maurya’s stand is that he does not want to be divorced from his wife. Keeping in mind the future of his two daughters, he wants to resolve the dispute with his wife amicably through discussion
Updated on Jul 11, 2023 09:53 PM IST
ByJItendra Sarin, Prayagraj
A man accused of sexually abusing his minor daughters has been allowed by a Mumbai court to virtually meet the girls, who reside in the US with his estranged wife. The court has instructed counsellors to be present at both ends during videoconferencing and asked the man to adopt a slow and patient approach. The court also noted that there is no concrete evidence confirming sexual abuse and that the allegations surfaced only after the wife went back to the US and hired a lawyer to fight her case.
The Mumbai court held a belated International Day of Families (marked globally on May 15) celebration on May 19, the first court in Maharashtra to hold such an event.
Updated on May 21, 2023 12:52 AM IST
ByRiddhi Doshi, Mumbai