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Bombay High Court Judgments


Before :- Mridula Bhatkar, J.
Anticipatory Bail Application No. 541 of 2014. D/d. 08.05.2014.

Shrenik Jayantilal Jain - Petitioner
State of Maharashtra - Respondent

For the Appellants :- A.H.H. Ponda a/w Sujay Kantawala i/b Devesh Diwakar Tripathi, Advocates.
For the Respondent/State :- Y.S. Shinde, APP.

Mridula Bhatkar, J. - The learned Sessions Judge of Greater Mumbai, pending hearing of Anticipatory Bail Application before it, refused to grant interim protection by its order dated 19th April, 2014. Hence, this application is preferred seeking interim bail, till the final decision on the Anticipatory Bail Application 754 of 2014, which is pending before the learned Sessions Judge.

Bombay High Court Judgments

BOMBAY HIGH COURT (DB) (Aurangabad Bench)

Before:- S.S. Shinde and Sangitrao S. Patil, JJ.
Writ Petition No. 5093 of 2016. D/d. 8.9.2016.

Kailas Sambhaji Lohakre, Age 22 years, Occu. Student, R/o. Kanjala, Tq. Loha, District Nanded - Petitioner
The State of Maharashtra, Through Principal Secretary, Home Department, Mantralaya, Mumbai-32 - Respondent
The Superintendent of Police, Nanded, Tq. & District Nanded - Respondent
The Union of India, Through its Ministry of Defence, New Delhi - Respondent
Coe Dir Rtg Sena Bharti Karyalaya, Army Recruiting Office T-39, Assey Lines, Aurangabad Maharashtra Pin 431002 - Respondent

For the Petitioner :- Mr. S.G. Jadhavar, Advocate.
For the Respondent Nos. 1 :- Mr. A.V. Deshmukh, AGP.
For the Respondent Nos. 3 & 4 :- Mr. D.G. Nagode, ASGI.

Sangitrao S. Patil, J. - Heard. Rule. Rule made returnable forthwith and heard finally with the consent of the parties.
2. A short but important question that is involved in this Writ Petition is whether the order passed by the Juvenile Justice Board holding a juvenile in conflict with law guilty of the offences punishable under Sections 324, 323, 504, 506 read with Section 34 of the Indian Penal Code would be a disqualification for him to join the services in Army.

Gujarat High Court, Ahmedabad Judgments


Before:- Mr. M.R. Shah, J.
First Appeal No. 2029 of 2008. D/d. 25.02.2016.

Minor Shaktisinh Zala - Appellants
Zala Ranvirsinh Ranubha & 4 - Defendants

For the Appellants No. 1 :- Mr. Yogendra Thakore, Advocate.
For the Defendants No. 1 and 5 :- Rule Served.

Mr. M.R. Shah, J. (Oral) - Feeling aggrieved and dissatisfied with the impugned and award passed by the learned Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (Auxiliary), Mehsana (hereinafter referred to as “the tribunal”) in MACP No.795/2005

Bombay High Court Judgments


Before :- Prakash D. Naik, J.
Criminal Appeal No. 392 of 1999. D/d. 15.2.2017.

State of Maharashtra - Appellant
Suresh Vitthal Mule, R/o. Kasheli, Tal. Rajapur, Dist. Ratnagiri - Respondent

For the Appellant-State :- P.H. Gaikwad, Assistant Public Prosecutor.
For the Respondent :- S.B. Shetye, Advocate.

Prakash D. Naik, J. - Heard learned APP for Appellant-State and learned counsel for the Respondent. This appeal has been preferred by invoking Section 378(1) of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (`Cr.P.C.') against judgment and order dated 16 April 1999 passed by Judicial Magistrate, First Class, Rajapur in Summary Criminal Case No.224 of 1996.

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Bombay High Court Judgments


Before :- R.D. Dhanuka, J.
Second Appeal No. 634 of 2013. D/d. 23.12.2015.

Shri Mangesh Balkrushna Bhoir Age 37 yrs., Occupation : Business R/at Dhansar, Tal. Palghar, ) Dist. Thane - Appellant
Sau. Leena Mangesh Bhoir Age 35 yrs., Occupation R/at Through Bhaskar Laxman Patil Tembhi, Post Navapur, Tal. Palghar Dist. Thane - Respondent

For the Appellant :- Seema Sarnaik i/b Raj Khude, Advocates.
For the Respondent :- Y.R. Bhate with Kirankumar Phakade, Advocates.

R.D. Dhanuka, J. - By this second appeal, the appellant has impugned the order passed by the Lower Appellate Bench granting reliefs in favour of the respondent in the civil appeal filed by the respondent. The appellant was the original petitioner in Marriage Petition and the respondent herein was the original respondent in the Marriage Petition.

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