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HT Media’s SHINE Trademark gets protection from unauthorized use The Delhi High Court restrained 8 rogue websites/entities from unauthorizedly using the trademark ‘SHINE’, ‘shine learning’ and copyright of the website belonging to HT Media. The order came from the plea filed by the company alleging targeting of innocent people by...
Broadcasters challenge TRAI letter asking broadcasters to provide a detailed architecture indicating which media is being used to deliver linear content to their own as well as third-party streaming platforms. Star India has joined Sony Pictures Networks India (SPNI) and Sun TV Network to challenge the Telecom Regulatory Authority of...
PIL Filed Against SS Rajamouli’s 'RRR' At Telangana High Court A Public Interest Petition (PIL) was filed by Alluri Soumya a student hailing from West Godavari district in the Telangana High Court seeking not to issue a Censor Certificate and restrain the producer of 'Roudram Ranam and Rudiram' (RRR) to...
Delhi High Court directs Whatsapp to block groups illegally circulating Dainik Bhaskar owned E-newspaper The Delhi High Court on December 28, 2021 directed Whatsapp to take down groups that were illegally circulating E-newspapers belonging to Dainik Bhaskar Corp. Ltd. Justice Sanjeev Narula was of the opinion that the plaintiff, Dainik...
Gangubai Kathiawadi: Bombay High Court stays defamation proceedings against producers, authors and actor The Bombay High Court continued the stay on summons issued by a Mumbai Court in a criminal defamation complaint against the producers, actress and author of the film Gangubai Kathiawadi. Earlier this year, summons were issued against...
And There Was (N)one Trademark: Delhi HC holds Agatha Christie’s novel as a Distinctive Trademark Recently, the Delhi High Court set aside an order dated 14th January, 2021 which refused to grant registration of trademark to Agatha Christie’s book, “And There Were None” to a Company established in 1955 by...
Allahabad High Court quashes FIR against Mirzapur makers, directors, writers The Allahabad High Court has quashed the FIR registered against Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani, producers along with the writers and directors of the web series Mirzapur, in a case registered against them for allegedly hurting religious, social and regional...
Calcutta High Court restrains Baidyanath from running advertisement that disparaged Chyawanprash The Calcutta High Court restrained Baidyanath from uploading or publishing any advertisement that allegedly disparaged the reputation or goodwill of Chyawanprash, a brand owned by Dabur, which has been sold by Dabur Chyawanprash for a few decades. Baidyanath in its...
NBSDA Directs Times Now To Remove Video The News Broadcasting & Digital Standards Authority (NBSDA) has ruled that the show aired by Times Now was ‘devoid of objectivity’ and violated Fundamental Principles as enumerated in the Code of Ethics and Broadcasting Standards and various Guidelines and Advisories issued by...
Comedian Vir Das in trouble for making objectionable comments in his latest YouTube video A complaint in Delhi and one in Mumbai have been filed against the Actor and Comedian, Vir Das, for his latest YouTube video. The complaint states that the comedian has willfully incited and made derogatory comments...

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