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Bombay High Court's Goa Bench
Narsi Benwal
While the Central Government is vested with wide powers in matters of deportation, such powers must be exercised fairly and without any hint of arbitrariness, the bench emphasised.
Bombay High Court at Goa, Oxygen supply
Neha Joshi
"Along with power comes responsibility. People cannot die for reasons that we don't have driver, technician, we did not get spanner etc," the Court said.
Goa HC, Oxygen cylinder
Bar & Bench
A Bench of Justices MS Sonak and NW Sambre aid that several deaths are taking place in the State due to lack of Oxygen and the Court and authorities cannot be in denial.
The Tribunal was hearing an appeal by the owner of the shack against the demolition order passed for violation of Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) norms.
Justice MS Sonak of Bombay High Court becomes first person in Goa to register 'Living Will'
Neha Joshi
A living will is a document that persons with deteriorating health or the terminally ill can execute in advance, through which they can choose not to remain in a vegetative state with life support sys ...
Aarogya Setu app
A plea has been filed in the High Court of Bombay at Goa, assailing the validity of a Margao Collector’s Order mandating the installation of the Aarogya Setu app for entry into the Margao Collectorate ...
Justice Hima Kohli (L) and Justice MS Sonak (R)
Bar & Bench
The conference will take place on March 23 at Hotel JW Mariott in Vagator, Goa.
Bombay High Court's Goa Bench
Neha Joshi
The Court appreciated the endeavour of Goa government to frame an Act in the year 2000 to create a robust infrastructure for catering to damage and ill effects caused by mass transportation of materia ...
Bombay High Court
Neha Joshi
The Court observed that the road widening project, which had not been completed despite 12 years having passed, was causing difficulties to not just people but also the State exchequer.
Tejaswini Satheesh and Pratham Pedaparthi from IIULER won the second prize
Bar & Bench
Maanasi Pilla and Nandini Kaushik represented Bennett University while Tejaswini Satheesh and Pratham Pedaparthi represented IIULER at the competition.
Bar & Bench
The Consumer Commission concluded that huge profiteering was the sole motive of the errant parties and that they had harassed the customer at the last minute when they were set to travel to their dest ...
Bombay High court at Goa
Neha Joshi
The High Court at Goa also observed that the cess was rightfully imposed by the State of Goa as a fee to employ mechanisms to reduce carbon footprints arising from the activities of the companies.
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