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Pune Porsche crash: Bombay HC raises concerns over juvenile's mental health

India, June 22 -- The Bombay High Court on Friday expressed concerns about the mental health and trauma faced by the 17-year-old juvenile allegedly responsible for the deaths of two techies in the Pun... Read More


Pay Rs.71.87L entertainment duty for 2006 Apsara awards: HC

MUMBAI, June 21 -- The Bombay high court has directed the Film and Television Producers Guild of India (FPGI) to pay the government an amount of Rs.71.87 lakh towards entertainment duty for the 2006 A... Read More


HC pulls up state for not having med board to enforce living wills

MUMBAI, June 21 -- The Bombay high court (HC) on Thursday pulled up the state government for not having a permanent secondary medical board in place to facilitate the implementation of living wills or... Read More


HC upholds rRs.r71.87 lakh entertainment duty for 2006 Apsara awards

India, June 21 -- The Bombay high court has directed the Film and Television Producers Guild of India (FPGI) to pay the government an amount of Rs.71.87 lakh towards entertainment duty for the 2006 Ap... Read More


HC pulls up state govt for not establishing medical board to enforce living wills

India, June 21 -- The Bombay high court (HC) on Thursday pulled up the state government for not having a proper secondary medical board in place for enforcing living wills or advanced medical directiv... Read More


Hamare Baarah to release with edits suggested by HC

MUMBAI, June 20 -- The Bombay high court on Wednesday granted permission to release Annu Kapoor starrer Hamare Baarah after the petitioners and the filmmakers both agreed to certain edits suggested by... Read More


Hijabs, niqabs are not an essential part of Islam, city college tells HC

MUMBAI, June 20 -- The NG Acharya and DK Marathe College argued before the Bombay high court on Wednesday that wearing hijabs or naqabs was not an essential part of Islam and, therefore, does not need... Read More


Bombay High Court clears Hamare Baarah for release with agreed edits

India, June 20 -- The Bombay high court on Wednesday granted permission to release Annu Kapoor starrer Hamare Baarah after the petitioners and the filmmakers both agreed to certain edits suggested by ... Read More


Hijabs and niqabs are not an essential part of Islam, city college tells HC

India, June 20 -- The NG Acharya and DK Marathe College argued before the Bombay high court on Wednesday that wearing hijabs or naqabs was not an essential part of Islam and, therefore, does not need ... Read More


Hamare Baarah movie not offensive to Muslims: HC

MUMBAI, June 19 -- After watching the controversial movie Hamare Baarah, the Bombay high court on Tuesday observed that it does not offend the religious sentiments of the Muslim community or distort t... Read More