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We expect political parties to take necessary corrective steps, the judges said The court further directed the Thane civic body to decide within two weeks regularisation applications made by 32 such unauthorised structures In an order on February 12the bench had asked the Thane Municipal Corporation to take action against illegal party offices in the city within 10 days The TMC had informed the court that while there are 167 illegal buildingsowners of 77 buildings had secured injunction orders stopping further action from the district civil court Alsoaccording to the corporation31 structures were set up only for the elections in February last year and have now been removed The illegal party offices belong to various political parties including the Shiv SenaNationalist Congress PartyMaharashtra Navnirman SenaCongressBhartiya Janata Party and Republican Party of India On February 12the court had issued suo motu show cause notices to the local office bearers in Thane asking them to state why action should not be taken against the political parties on account of the illegal offices The case has now been placed for further hearing on March 25 Bail plea of youth accused of shooting guard rejected Bombay High Court Wednesday refused to grant bail to a 20-year-old student accused of shooting a security guard in Marine Lines in 2011 Praveen Mishrawho faces murder chargehad urged the court to grant him bail stating that he is not a hardened criminal and had shot at the security guard at Sharda Chambers after the guard tried to stop him from fleeing According to the prosecutionon February 82011Mishraa BA student from Gandhinagar in Uttar Pradeshand another accused Ramdas Rahane entered a third floor office of the building asking for one Manish Dholakia Jayashree Janardana staffwho saw a pistol tucked into Mishras back pocket raised an alarm When Mishra and Rahane tried to fleeAjit Yenurkarthe security guard deployed at the officetried to stop Mishra and got into a scuffle Mishra fired at Yenurkar who was injured After being admitted to Bombay HospitalYenurkar was declared dead The Azad Maidan police station arrested the two accused on February 102011 They have been in prison since then After Yenurkar diedthe charge of attempt to murder was altered to murderadditional public prosecutor Rajeshree Gadhvi said In his application filed through lawyer Sushma NairMishra has contended that he had fired only one round to escape from the spot but that unfortunately injured Yenurkar fatally The trial in the case hashowevernot begun The court felt that it would not be fit to grant the accused bail at this stage and turned down the application Rahane too had sought bail from the court His application was also rejected Take steps to stop plastic tricolour Responding to a public interest litigationBombay High Court Wednesday asked the state government to consider taking measures to stop the manufacture of national flags made of plastic The state government said it will strictly implement a 2007 government resolution (GR) imposing a ban on national flags made in plastic Additional government pleader Abhinandan Vagyani told the court that the government has taken steps to convey the GR to municipal corporationsschools and colleges in order to create awareness on the issue The courthoweverobserved that merely creating awareness is not sufficient and a mechanism to ban such flags needs to be set up As per the directions of the courtthe additional chief secretary (home) was present in court to present the stand of the state government On Tuesdaythe court had criticised the official for merely sending a written apology for not being present in courtdespite a previous order The court has now asked for details on the number of cases registered against persons pursuant to issuing the resolution The petitioneran NGO named Hindu Janajagruti Samitiwhile demanding implementation of the 2007 GRcontend that such plastic flags lead to insult of the national flag as they are often discarded after Independence Day and Republic Day celebrations Illegal parking space: HC gives NMMC 8 weeks to decide Bombay High Court Wednesday asked the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) to take a decision on alleged illegalities with respect to the Tunga Regency Hotel in Vashi within eight weeks The direction has come in response to a public interest litigation filed by social activist Sandeep Thakurquestioning the provision of parking for the hotel on an adjoining CIDCO public parking plot The court in its order observed? 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