The Patna High Court stayed Lower Court’s order against Rahul Gandhi in the ‘Modi Surname’ defamation case.
Surat Court commented that Rahul Gandhi was not an ordinary person and any word spoken by him has a large impact on the common public. Hence, a high standard of morality is expected from a person like him.
Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi had made headlines during 2019 political campaign with his ‘Modi surname’ remark allegedly connecting the dots between Nirav Modi, Lalit Modi and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Constitutional Court of South Africa | A bench comprising of Kollapen, Madlanga, Majiedt*, Mathopo, Mhlantla, Theron, Tshiqi, JJ., Mlambo and
Supreme Court: In an appeal against the judgment passed by the Delhi High Court regarding a defamation case, the division
“Questioning the honesty of a person is the worst form of accusation and the same can have a serious detrimental effect on the reputation of a person. It would harm the reputation of any person, and especially an advocate, in the estimation of the right-thinking members of society. There is no doubt that such a statement is per se defamatory.”
Delhi High Court: In a suit filed by Oravel Stays Limited doing business as OYO Rooms (plaintiff) is seeking damages
Supreme Court: In the case where BJP MLA Vijender Gupta was accused of posting defamatory tweets about Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish
Delhi High Court: In a suit filed by Lieutenant Governor (LG) of Delhi (‘plaintiff’) seeking relief of permanent injunction and
Delhi High Court: In a case filed by Livspace Pte. Ltd. (‘plaintiff 1') and Home Interior Designs E-Commerce Private Limited
Madras High Court: Krishnan Ramasamy, J. has granted interim injunction against YouTuber Savukku Sankar, restraining him from making defamatory remarks
Quality and relevancy; and not quantity of evidence, is what determines the fate of a case.
Delhi High Court: Mini Pushkarna, J. granted ad interim injunction against Pawan Khera and others (‘defendants’) who allegedly organized a Press Conference
Punjab and Haryana High Court: While deciding the instant petition revolving around alleged defamatory tweets concerning the respondent by Bollywood actress Kangna
Bombay High Court: In a matter wherein, a journalist sought to quash proceedings against him for publishing news items regarding the rift
Punjab and Haryana High Court: Expressing that, Matrimonial cases are matters of delicate human and emotional relationship, the Division Bench of Ritu
Calcutta High Court: In a case wherein directors of the Board of society had published defamatory statements against the Vice Chairman of
Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh High Court: Sanjay Dhar, J., quashed a defamation complaint filed against the Editor-in-Chief of Republic TV, Arnab
Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh High Court: Rajnesh Oswal, J., quashed the FIR registered against a journalist for publishing the news report disclosing
Bombay High Court: Nitin W. Sambre, J., expressed that, “The law on the principle of Torts that an action dies with the