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'Such frivolous litigation, besides exposing the institution of judiciary to unwarranted political controversies, at the same time infringes upon the fundamental rights of bonafide litigants and inevitably impedes their rights of access to justice,' he added.
On the auspicious occasion of India's Independence day, we will grant medical visa in all bonafide cases pending with us.
PLAY PREVIEW Roving Park Players' Miss Bunny Bunting's Bonafide Belles When: All shows start at 6 p.m.
Prior to founding Bonafide Beauty Labs, Baxter served as the president and CEO for beauty at LVMH as well as president of Christian Dior Couture.
At that point, Jaleel also joined them and agreed to produce all bonafide documents, attested by the authorities concerned at their native place to prove his relationship with the deceased.
It had asked Mallya, who owes over ` 9,000 crore to around 17 banks, to deposit a substantial amount with it to prove his bonafide that he was serious about meaningful negotiations and settlement.
The apex court also asked Mallya to file his reply by April 21, indicating how much amount he can deposit in SC to prove his bonafide.
Frontman Pontus Snibb looked relieved to have his band-mates on stage - the singer was forced to fly solo in Bristol two days earlier after Bonafide's bus broke down - and gave a convincing audition as Brian Johnson's would-be replacement in AC/DC.
He is played by Bonafide's Sacha Alexander who is also a co-writer of the show alongside Milligan and Simon Dean.
Whether one is a brown spirit newbie or a bonafide aficionado, The Square Bar is indisputably the city's coziest venue to enjoy a favorite whiskey along with a light snack.
"There's site-specific shows, kid's comedy, a bonafide comedy legend in Jimmy Cricket and with the support of Creative Darlington and our sponsors Planet Leisure, we're producing over 13 hours of free comedy alongside the paid events."