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Late AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa’s niece, Deepa Jayakumar, has moved the Madras High Court, seeking a stay on two in-production projects, allegedly based on the former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister’s life. Deepa Jayakumar is concerned about the honesty with which the two projects --a film “Thalaivi” and a web series...
Recently, the Telangana High Court, while hearing an appeal filed by Ram Gopal Varma observed that the right to privacy does not apply to incidents which are already in Public domain. In this article, we attempt to take a closer look at the present case and the existing jurisprudence in...
INTRODUCTION Samuel Warren and Louis Brandeis in their ground-breaking article “The Right to Privacy” introduced a fundamental principle as per which an individual shall have full protection in person and in property. They defined Privacy as a principle as old as the common law. The right to privacy as an independent and distinctive...
The right to privacy as an independent and distinctive concept originated in the field of Tort law, under which a new cause of action for damages resulting from unlawful invasion of privacy was recognized.  The Supreme Court of India while recognising Right to Privacy as a fundamental right in Justice K.S Puttaswamy (Retd.) v....
Introduction: The Additional District Judge, Ludhiana had passed an order dated 23rd November,2023, whereby Dreamline Reality Movies (“Respondents / Dreamline”) were granted an order to restrain Super Cassette Industries Private Limited (“Appellant / T Series”) from producing, telecasting, selling or releasing the movie “Dear Jassi” until the final determination of...

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