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  • Police continues raids to nab 3 more accused in Muktsar assault case
  • Himachal CM greets people on Sant Kabir Jayanti
  • NTA should set-up more NEET centers in Kashmir, Ladakh: Tarigami
  • UNI temporarily shuts down its news services in Karnataka
  • World loses 24 billion tons of fertile soil every year: Guterres
  • Former Cong leader among 13 sworn-in as Ministers in Maharashtra
  • HMVs to ply only during night, LMVs during day on both sides on Kashmir highway
  • UNI temporarily shuts down its news services in Karnataka
  • UN condemns bombing attacks in Somalia, Kenya after death of 21
  • Delhi gets little respite from sultry weather
  • Severe heat wave conditions likely to occur in Telangana in next 3 days: MET
  • Ram Temple will be built at any cost: Udhav
  • PM to meet Presidents of all political parties on June 19
  • Petrol prices cut by 6 p/l; diesel goes down 9-10 p/l
  • Pakistan win toss, opt to bowl against India
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HC refuses to grant relief to Multiplex Owners' Association over recent attacks on multiplexes

Mumbai, Jul 2 (UNI) In a setback to the Multiplex Owners' Association, the Bombay High Court on Monday refused to grant an urgent hearing to the Association, which had approached it over the recent attacks on multiplexes by the members of a political party.
A bench of Justices Ranjit More and Anuja Prabhudessai also refused to issue any directions on the issue today and said the aggrieved parties were free to approach the police, in case of any incident of violence against them.
The Association moved the court seeking directions from the court, clarifying that its comments on the need to regulate the prices of food and beverages sold in multiplexes were mere observations and not final directions.
It submitted that some local political parties, particularly the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS), had misconstrued the court’s observations, made last week, as final orders, and allegedly gone
about vandalising some multiplexes and assaulting their staff.
The bench, however, said there was no question of a clarification on an order that it was yet to pass.
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