Patra Chawl land scam: PMLA court says prima facie case of money laundering made out

Taking cognizance of the chargesheet filed against Pravin Raut and the promoters of HDIL , the special PMLA court said that their prima facie involvement in generating proceeds of crime and further laundering it is patent from the evidence.

Rape survivor, 16, knew ‘nature and consequences’ of act: Bombay HC grants bail to accused

Bombay HC on Sunday granted bail to a man accused of raping a minor, saying that the victim who had reached the age of 16 years and 6 months ought to have been aware of the nature and consequences of the act.

Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam acquitted in 2014 Chhat puja celebration case

Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam has been acquitted by a Mumbai court in a 2014 case. He was accused of organising an entertainment programme at Juhu beach when he only had the permission for a religious function.

Bombay HC grants bail to man accused of killing wife's boyfriend

The Bombay High Court granted bail to a murder accused who allegedly killed his wife’s boyfriend.

Bombay HC permits DHFL promoter Dheeraj Wadhawan to undergo surgery at private hospital

The Bombay High Court on Friday directed that Dewan Housing Finance Corporation Limited (DHFL) promoter Dheeraj Wadhawan be taken to a private hospital for surgery.

Bombay HC protects employees of MSRTC, corporation to hold criminal prosecution

The Bombay HC rejected the plea of MSRTC seeking contempt of court action against its own employees and gave directions to both the corporation and its workers to resolve the issue.

Challenge look out circular before seeking permission to fly abroad: Bombay HC to Roshni Kapoor

The Bombay HC on Friday directed the daughter of Yes Bank founder Rana Kapoor to first quash or stay the Look Out Circular issued by the CBI and ED before seeking permission to travel abroad.

Bombay HC unhappy with Anil Deshmukh seeking medical emergency for urgent hearing of bail plea

Bombay HC on Friday criticised the practice of seeking urgent hearings of bail petitions on medical grounds while hearing a bail application filed by Maharashtra’s former home minister.

Bombay HC asks Centre, Maharashtra govt to sort out Metro car shed issue outside court

Centre and the Maharashtra government are locked in a tussle over ownership of the land earmarked by the state for constructing the car depot which was earlier planned at Aarey Colony. Bombay HC has asked both parties to sort out the issue outside the court.

Those helping accused of organised group to be considered part of crime syndicate: Bombay HC

The Bombay High Court has said those helping an accused of an organised group before or after the offence will be considered part of the crime syndicate.

Bombay HC reserves verdict after NIA opposes house arrest plea of Elgar Parishad case accused

The 2018 Elgar Parishad case accused, Gautam Navlakha, had been seeking to move out of the prison and be kept under house arrest. However, Bombay HC reserved a verdict on the matter.

Is humour banished from jails? Bombay HC asks Maharashtra govt

Bombay High Court on Tuesday asked Maharashtra government why there is a shortage of books in Taloja Central Prison library. The query was raised after Elgar Parishad accused Gautam Navlakha was denied access to a book by citing security threat.