Bombay High Court
Bombay HC Stays Order Permitting Operations of Temporary Slaughter Houses; Says Order Is Illegal and Arbitrary
The Bombay High Court held that the order of Bhiwandi Municipal Commissioner permitting the operations of temporary slaughterhouses was illegal and arbitrary. The Court stated that slaughtering of animals can only take place in licensed slaughterhouses.
Trial Court Is Expected to Follow the Directions Issued in Operative Part of Order by High Court: Bombay HC
The Bombay High Court stated that the Trial Court has committed a serious breach in not following the orders given by the High Court. According to the Court, the Trial Court has no authority to question the order of the High Court.
Homeless Persons Should Also Work for the Country; State Cannot Provide Everything: Bombay High Court
The petition is an invitation to the people to not work. The Bombay High Court disposed of a PIL and held that homeless persons and the poor have to work for the country and everything cannot be provided by the State.
K.R. Shriram of the Bombay High Court recently passed an order refusing interim injunction to halt the worldwide release of Netflix series ‘Betaal’. Sameer Wadekar and Mahesh Goswami, filed a copyright infringement plea against Red Chilies Entertainment and Netflix....
“Other products including alcohol-based sanitisers are recommended only when soap and water is not available. Moreover, nations across the world are communicating just the opposite and asking people to wash their hands with soaps and water.” says Senior Counsel Virag...
[COVID-19] Bombay HC Directs Union of India to Issue Fresh Visa to 19-Yr-Old Girl stranded at Dubai Airport since 5 Days
A 19 yr girl stranded in Dubai during Covid-19 outbreak The Bombay High Court came to the rescue of Nyla, a 19-year-old girl stranded at Dubai airport after a consolidated travel advisory was issued by the Indian government restricting the...
The Bombay High Court allowed the transfer of a pending criminal case under Section 12 of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 to the Family Court at Pune to be tried along with the pending divorce...
Facts of the Case Former minister Suresh Jain, who is facing imprisonment for Gharkul Scheme Scandal in Jalgaon, has given comfort to the Mumbai High Court. Jain has been granted a three-month seasonal bail for medical reasons. He has been...