Maharashtra govt to extend COVID-19 norms up to August 31; notification to be out soon
Maharashtra Government to soon issue notification extending the COVID-19 management norms up to August 31 on the lines of the Centre. Notification will be effective from August 1. It was discussed at Task Force meeting today.
(With inputs from agencies)
COVID-19 task force today made a strong case for Covid Appropriate Behaviour in Maharashtra as the threat from Delta Plus Variant still exists
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Kundra arrested as he was not cooperating with probe: police to HC
Mumbai Police on Thursday told the Bombay High Court that businessman Raj Kundra was arrested in an alleged case of production and streaming of pornographic films as he was not cooperating with the investigation.
In an affidavit filed in response to Kundra's petition challenging the arrest, the police also argued that section 67(A) of the Information Technology Act, which is about "publishing/creating pornographic content", was rightly invoked in the case.
Bombay HC to restart physical hearings from next week
The Bombay High Court will resume physical or in-person hearing of cases from August 2, the court's administrative committee decided on Thursday.
The committee, headed by Chief Justice Dipankar Datta, said that all benches of the high court will start hearing cases physically for three days and through video conference on one (scheduled) day during a week.
This hybrid system will be introduced in all court rooms as soon as possible so that lawyers and litigants who can not attend in-person hearings can participate through video link, it said.
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