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No sane man would believe it : Bombay HC grants bail to man accused of raping woman at Juhu beach
Judiciary
No sane man would believe it : Bombay HC grants bail to man accused of raping woman at Juhu beach

The Bombay High Court has granted bail to a man who was allegedly raped a woman on Juhu Beach in Mumbai.

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Can second spouse or their family be sued for bigamy under law? Karnataka HC explains [Read Order] Judiciary
Can second spouse or their family be sued for bigamy under law? Karnataka HC explains [Read Order]

Karnataka HC clarifies who can be prosecuted for bigamy and under what conditions.

Gross negligence and illegality: Bombay HC orders legal action against doctor for improper post mortem examination [Read Order] Judiciary
Gross negligence and illegality: Bombay HC orders legal action against doctor for improper post mortem examination [Read Order]

Bombay HC orders legal action to be taken against a doctor for negligence during post-mortem examination.

Certificates of student can’t be withheld for arrears of fees as educational institution cannot claim lien over it: Madras HC [Read Order] Judiciary
Certificates of student can’t be withheld for arrears of fees as educational institution cannot claim lien over it: Madras HC [Read Order]

Madras HC reiterated that certificates of students can’t be withheld by a University as it can’t claim lien over it.

Kerala HC initiates suo motu proceedings after toddler allegedly killed by father Judiciary
Kerala HC initiates suo motu proceedings after toddler allegedly killed by father

On Tuesday, the Kerala HC initiated suo motu proceedings after a toddler was assaulted and killed by her father.

“How can people be compelled to vote? Madras HC asks

“How can people be compelled to vote?”, the Madras HC queried in a plea asking employers in Tamil Nadu to demand proof from employees of having voted on polling day.

Kerala HC to hear lesbian couple’s plea against forced conversion therapy on April 9

Kerala HC will hear a lesbian couple’s plea highlighting that one of them was subjected to forced conversion therapy.

GNLU authorities want to cover up sexual harassment case: Fact Finding committee; Gujarat HC asks General Council to look into report [Read Order]

After the fact-finding committee told GNLU authorities wanted to cover up sexual harassment case, the HC has asked GC to look into report

Karnataka HC stays Centre’s circular banning rearing ‘dangerous’ dog breeds within state

Karnataka HC stayed centre’s circular banning rearing of certain breeds of dogs owing to them being dangerous to human life.

Sameer Wankhede files defamation suit against Rakhi Sawant, advocate

Defamation trouble for Rakhi Sawant and a lawyer from Sameer Wankhede.

Kerala HC upholds rule on gynaecologists examining sexual assault survivors

The Kerala HC rejected a petition challenging a protocol that mandates that survivors of sexual offences to be examined only by gynaecologists.

Bombay HC orders air pollution audit of red category industries in MMR

Bombay HC directed Maharashtra Pollution Control Board to carry out a air pollution audit of industries in MMR.

‘Irreversible loss’: Kerala HC allows doctor accused of girlfriend’s death to resume studies [Read Order]

The Kerala High Court allowed Dr. EA Ruvais, who was charged with abetting the suicide of his girlfriend Dr. Shahana for alleged dowry demands.

Asking lady neighbour for lemons at midnight ‘preposterous’, unbecoming of CISF Officer: Bombay HC [Read Judgment]

Bombay HC refused to quash a penalty imposed on a CISF officer who knocked on a woman’s door midnight to borrow lemons.

Plea against naming government buildings after living Congress ministers: Karnataka HC issues notice

Karnataka HC issued notice in a plea against naming of public places and government buildings after living ministers.

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