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Bombay High Court quashes rape FIR as complainant had married the accused

The Applicant Swapnil Digambar Patil has approached the Bombay High Court seeking quashing of the first information report lodged at Wadala T.T. Police Station on 20.01.2020 for commission of offence punishable under Section 376, 354 of IPC.

Elderly destitutes: Bombay HC issues notice on PIL to state, Centre govts

The Bombay High Court has recently issued notice on a PIL drawing attention to the neglect of destitute senior citizens, who are mainly living on the streets, by the state government and the Central ...

Bombay High Court issues notice to BMC over temporary shed built for Crawford Market traders

The division bench of Bombay High Court while considering the PIL alleging that Mumbai Municipal Corporation has constructed a temporary bamboo shed without complying with the statutory requisites issued notice to the Respondents.

Betelnut fraud: Bombay High Court asks Nagpur Police chief to initiate criminal action

The Bombay High Court recently granted liberty to the Commissioner of Police, Nagpur to take criminal action against those indulging in illegal activities of import, distribution and use of sub-stand...

Bombay HC rules touching any part of a woman without her consent amounts to outraging her modesty

The Bombay High Court at Aurangabad bench recently dismissed a criminal revision application filed by one Parmeshwar Dhage (accused/convict/applicant) convicted by a trial court for touching the feet of a woman in her sleep and ruled that it amounts to violation of modesty of a woman, which is punishable under Section 354 of the Indian Penal Code if any one touches any part of a woman without her consent.

Sarus Crane extinction: Bombay HC directs Gondia district collector, other officers to be present in court on January 5

The Bombay High Court has directed the Collector of Gondia district and other officers to remain present before the High Court on January 5, 2022 for the hearing of a suo motu PIL on the survival of Sarus Crane as a bird species in India.

Goa bench of Bombay HC disposes of suo motu PIL in matter related to foreigners

On Monday, Advocate General Devidas J. Pangam placed before Bombay High Court the order dated November 30, 2021 passed by Justice Manish Pitale.

Bombay High Court stays lower court notice against Nawab Malik

The Nagpur Bench of the Bombay High Court on Friday stayed the notice issued to Nawab Malik, a leader of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), by a lower court. The said notice was issued to Malik on...

Synthetic manja: Bombay HC directs authorities to take effective action against violators of NGT’s ban

Bombay High Court division bench heard a Suo Moto Public Interest Litigation (PIL) , relating to the use of nylon/synthetic thread (manja) and directed the respondents to form special cells for taking effective action against the violators as per the ban imposed by the National Green Tribunal.

Phone tapping case: Bombay HC rejects IPS officer Rashmi Shukla’s plea to quash Mumbai Police FIR

The Bombay High Court on Wednesday rejected the petition filed by senior IPS officer Rashmi Shukla challenging the FIR lodged by Mumbai Police in March this year. The police had booked unidentified persons for allegedly tapping phones and leaking confidential documents on the State Intelligence Department complaint since such tapping was in violation of the Official Secrets Act 1923.

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