The Wire withdraws petitions seeking quashing of defamation cases filed by Jay Amit Shah in Supreme Court
News website The Wire on Tuesday withdrew its petitions challenging the cases of defamation filed against it by BJP president Amit Shah's son, Jay. In 2017, Jay had filed cases of criminal and civil defamation against the editors of the website for a report on his "business affairs", and sought Rs 100 crore in damages.
Vivek Doval records statement in criminal defamation case against Caravan and Jairam Ramesh for article published in magazine
NSA Ajit Doval's son Vivek Doval on Wednesday completed recording statement in his defamation plea against 'The Caravan' magazine for an alleged defamatory article and senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh for using that content.
The Gujarat High Court on Monday rejected a petition filed by news portal 'The Wire' seeking quashing of a criminal defamation case filed against it by BJP president Amit Shah's son Jay over an article related to his company.
The Delhi High Court on Thursday exempted Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal from personal appearance before a trial court.
BJP President Amit Shah asserted on Sunday that his son Jay had done no wrong in his commodities business and so filed a criminal defamation case over a news report against him, while he dared Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi to move the court for several allegations made against his family.
Jay Amit Shah vs The Wire as it happened: Ahmedabad court shifts case to 16 October; businessman's lawyer fails to turn up
Jay Amit Shah filed his affidavit in court No. 13 of additional chief metropolitan magistrate SK Gadhvi, who later ordered a court of enquiry under Section 202 of Criminal Procedure Code.
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi was on Saturday summoned as an accused by a magisterial court to face trial in a criminal defamation case for his remarks against the RSS over temple entry episode in Barpeta last year.