Shashi Tharoor, Arnab Goswami to depose in defamation suit related to Republic TV's reportage of Sunanda Pushkar’s death
Shashi Tharoor and Arnab Goswami will be stepping into the witness box on 10 May to depose in the defamation suit filed by the Congress leader against the journalist and his channel Republic TV
Rebel Wilson wins defamation case against Bauer publications; receives largest payout in Australian history
Pitch Perfect star Rebel Wilson was awarded Aus$4.5 million in damages against the Bauer group. Now she's back in court fighting for the money she spent on fighting the case
Reliance Group slaps Rs 5,000 crore defamation notice on AAP MP Sanjay Singh for comments on purchase of Rafael jets
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Rajya Sabha member Sanjay Singh has been slapped with a Rs 5,000 crore defamation notice for making "false, distorted and malicious insinuations" against the Reliance Group
SC did right by not upholding defamation charges against media: Press can't be harassed to have scams buried
Defamation is a criminal offence punishable with two years' imprisonment and fine, but given that the press has to reproduce allegations or information as it's being received, it cannot at all times be able to verify all the information it publishes.
SC refuses to take up defamation case against Rajdeep Sardesai, IBN-7, says freedom of speech, tolerance must in a democracy
The Supreme Court refused to revive a defamation case against senior TV journalist Rajdeep Sardesai and other journalists of a Hindi channel (IBN-7).
JuD chief Hafiz Saeed has served a Rs 100 million legal notice to Pakistan's defence minister for "defamation", days after the government banned the Jamaat-ud-Dawah from collecting donations following US president Donald Trump's outburst against Islamabad's sheltering of terrorists
Gujarat HC issues notice to Abhishek Manu Singhvi in Rs 5,000-crore defamation suit filed over Rafale deal
Gujarat HC on Monday issued a notice to Abhishek Manu Singhvi in a Rs 5,000 crore defamation suit filed by Anil Ambani-led Reliance Naval and Engineering Limited.
Company sources said Congress leader Abhishek Singhvi made "false, defamatory and libellous" statements against Anil Ambani led group
Arvind Kejriwal has denied before Delhi High Court that he filed false affidavit claiming he had not instructed his counsel to use derogatory words against Arun Jaitley
Noted Kannada editor and journalist Ravi Belagere was arrested on Friday for allegedly conspiring to kill an employee
Anil Ambani group to file defamation suit against Abhishek Singhvi for saying Reliance, Adani, Essar owe Rs 3 lakh cr to banks
Reliance Group spokesman said it will be filing a Rs 5,000-crore defamation suit for damages against Abhishek Singhvi for making false statements
Karnataka Assembly firm on punishing two journalists for 'defaming' legislators, Speaker; rejects plea to reconsider arrest
Karnataka Assembly rejected an application to reconsider arrest of journalists Ravi Belagere and Anil Raj, the two newsmen accused of defaming legislators.
Cartoonist G Bala granted bail by Tirunelveli District Court; vows to continue highlighting govt's failings
The Tirunelveli District Court granted bail to cartoonist G Bala on Monday, a day after he was arrested for a caricature of Tamil Nadu chief minister E Palaniswamy
Tirunelveli collector Sandeep Nanduri hits back at cartoonist G Bala, allegations of delay leading to labourer's death
Tirunelveli district collector Sandeep Nanduri has taken to Facebook to react to the flood of criticism that has come his way after a family of four set themselves ablaze outside his office last week
The Wire challenges gag order: Gujarat High Court issues notice to Jay Shah, seeks reply in two weeks
The Gujarat High Court issued a notice to Amit Shah's son, Jay Shah, on a petition filed by The Wire challenging a gag order passed by a lower court.
Jay Shah defamation case: Not hearing parties in free speech cases ironical, impedes freedom of expression
Ex-parte orders like the one passed in Jay Shah defamation case against The Wire seems to be on the rise especially in cases related to freedom of speech
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.
Yashwant Sinha slammed the government for defending party chief Amit Shah's son Jay over allegations hurled against him and said it had thus lost its high moral ground.
Piyush Goyal says Jay Amit Shah will sue website for Rs 100 crore for 'malicious article'; Congress, Left, TMC demand probe
Piyush Goyal said that Amit Shah's son Jay Shah will initiate civil and criminal defamation proceedings against The Wire, suing them Rs 100 crores for publishing 'malicious article' against his business
Hafiz Saeed slaps Rs 100 mn defamation notice on Pakistan FM Khawaja Asif for 'darling of US' remark
Mumbai terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed has slapped a Rs 100 million defamation notice on Pakistan foreign minister Khawaja Asif for calling him the 'darling of the United States'