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Bombay High Court

Shilpa Shetty defamation case: Bombay HC refuses to ban media, says there’s a ‘judicial limit’ to good, bad journalism

The Bombay High Court on Friday refused to put a blanket ban on media in the case involving Bollywood actor Shilpa Shetty and her husband Raj Kundra, stating that there is a judicial limit on what c...

Elgar Parishad case: Bombay High Court grants bail to Surendra Gadling to attend mother’s first death anniversary

The Bombay High Court on Friday granted temporary bail to lawyer Surendra Gadling, an accused in the Elgar Parishad-Maoist links case, enabling him to perform certain rituals for his mother, who died...

Bar Council clarifies June 9 circular won’t affect published semester results of LLB course

The Bombay High Court division bench was hearing a petition filed by Layota Ferns, a final-year student of Government Law College, claiming that once the results are declared, they cannot be canceled and substituted with assignment-based evaluation.

Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court pulls up prosecutor, judge for not looking into accused’s bail plea history before granting it

The Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court on July 17, dismissed an application challenging the order of cancellation of bail of the applicant, with the cost of Rs. 50,000/- (Rupees Fifty Thousand).

Bombay High Court satisfied with state guidelines on home vaccination for elderly and disabled

The Court said they are leaving it to the wisdom of the Task Force to incorporate such measures as would ultimately benefit the elderly and the disabled citizens, in whose interest such guidelines have been conceived.

Bombay High Court says it’s sceptical of vaccination SOP for mentally challenged

The state government has responded with Standard Operating Procedure to the PIL seeking directions for formulating a policy for Covid vaccination of mentally challenged persons. After perusing the affidavit, the Bombay High Court has said it is sceptical of the measures if it would at all be effective.

Bombay High Court grants 4 weeks transit anticipatory bail to journalist Rana Ayyub in UP Police FIR over her tweet

The UP police had also named Twitter in the FIR as it failed to take down the tweets and allegedly allowed the video to go viral. The FIR was registered in the backdrop of an elderly Muslim man's claim in a video that his beard was cut off and he was forced to chant Vande Mataram and Jai Shri Ram.

Bombay High Court directs Maharashtra to develop mechanism for availability of essential Covid drugs

The Bombay High Court recently has directed the State of Maharashtra to establish a protocol for making available essential drugs like Amphotericin B and Tocilizumab, deals with question of the private supply of essential drugs by political and film personalities.

Bombay HC asks Maharashtra to decide, act on door-to-door Covid vaccination immediately

A bench led by the Chief Justice Dipankar Datta & Justice G.S. Kulkarni has noted that there is no categorical prohibition imposed by the Central Government for the States to undertake a door-to-door vaccination program, for the elderly and disabled citizens.

Bombay HC asks municipal corporations to make, supply masks for people with hearing disability

Suryavanshi as well as Samant, the learned AGP appearing for the state, informed the court that the design and manufacture of the sample mask has been approved by Ali Yavar Jung National Institute of Speech and Hearing Disabilities (Divyangjan).

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