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Gujarat University had filed a defamation case against Arvind Kejriwal and Sanjay Singh over the alleged defamatory remarks made regarding the educational degree of PM Narendra Modi.

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It is not necessary for a criminal trial to go on just to dabble with an incident involving sexual abuse without identifying an accused. If this is allowed, the victim will be embarrassed and vilified, and the so-called accused person will go scot-free, since he has not been identified by anyone in this case.

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“The summoning of a person repeatedly without probable cause or reasonable ground and only on the ground of suspicion alone is not in accordance with the principles of due causes and fairness”

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During the hearing, an Advocate on the panel of the State of Jharkhand, has requested the Court to not summon the Chief Secretary, but Supreme Court declined the said request because the present matter has not been assigned to any counsel for the State of Jharkhand.

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Abhishek Banerjee and his wife Rujira Banerjee were stopped at the airport on 05-06-2023 from travelling abroad because of the Look Out Circular

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The Delhi High Court observed that the wanton arraignment of directors without reference to their role in relation to a transaction, or to the issuance or dishonour of a cheque by the company, requires to be deprecated and discouraged, since it amounts to abuse of the salutary process of criminal law.

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The Supreme Court’s decision shall not affect the pending proceedings before the High Court of Delhi against the order of the ECI as the Court did not express anything on the Constitution of the Shiromani Akali Dal

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The Delhi High Court quashes and sets aside summons issued to the editor and deputy editor of “The Wire” in a criminal defamation case filed by the former Professor of Jawaharlal Nehru University.

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Supreme Court said that there is no reason to deviate from the view taken in the previous decisions of this Court, thus granted anticipatory bail to the accused without imposing any condition as suggested by Additional Solicitor General

Madras High Court
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Madars High Court said that truth will come out only when the petitioner appears before the respondent pursuant to the summons received by him and not otherwise. Further, held that if it is the same subject matter, the State Authority cannot prosecute the petitioner once again as the Central Authority has already initiated action against the petitioner in respect of the very same subject matter

Allahabad High Court
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Allahabad High Court remitted back the matter to the Magistrate and directed him to decide afresh the issue for taking cognizance and summoning the applicants and pass appropriate orders in accordance with law.

Punjab and Haryana High Court
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Punjab and Haryana High Court: While deciding the instant petition revolving around alleged defamatory tweets concerning the respondent by Bollywood actress Kangna

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Rajasthan High Court: Dinesh Mehta, J. allowed the petition and remarked that expeditious disposal of cases is necessary but equally necessary is

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Delhi High Court: Chandra Dhari Singh, J., while setting aside the order of lower Court in a case concerning Customs Act, laid

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Delhi High Court: While expressing that a LOC is a coercive measure to make a person surrender, Chandra Dhari Singh, J., noting

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Delhi High Court: While addressing a matter revolving around Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881, Subramonium Prasad, J., held that

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Delhi High Court: Amit Bansal, J., expressed that Just because the photograph of the summons were sent by the plaintiff to the

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Delhi High Court: Manoj Kumar Ohri, J., expressed that “Sufficient Cause” is an elastic expression and no hard and fast guidelines are

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Kerala High Court: V.G. Arun, J., addressed an interesting question regarding the validity of summons served through Whatsapp. The Bench stated, No

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