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Pepsico gets Delhi HC order to delete fake social media posts on Kurkure

MUMBAI: Kurkure, one of the favourite snacks of Indian kids, has gone through malign campaigns on social media questioning its food quality. Viral posts said that the snack can catch fire easily, implying it contains plastic. Now PepsiCo is fighting back legally to convince consumers that it isn’t...

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Netflix original 'Sacred Games' gets entangled in legalities

Even as Netflix’s Sacred Games gets entangled in legal tangle, media reports suggested MIB is mulling content guidelines for web series, as per a report by Republic TV.

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Arnab Goswami is free to report on Sunanda Pushkar case

MUMBAI: The Delhi High Court on Friday refrained from issuing any interim order restraining journalist and editor Arnab Goswami and his channel Republic TV from airing news or debate in connection with Shashi Tharoor’s wife Sunanda Pushkar’s death case.  As the case was sub-judice, Republic TV CEO...

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TRAI QoS implementation stayed by Delhi HC awaiting Madras HC verdict

MUMBAI: The Delhi High Court has stayed TRAI's QoS regulations till the time the Madras High Court gives its judgement in TRAI tariff order case. Earlier, joining issues with a petition being heard by the Supreme Court on a similar matter, the Madras High Court had, three weeks ago, directed the...

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Delhi HC rules in favour of Sun TV chief Maran

MUMBAI: In a civil suit filed by south Indian media baron and Sun Group chief Kalanithi Maran and his airline firm Kal Airways, the Delhi High Court dismissed the plea of SpiceJet against a single-judge order that directed it to deposit Rs 579 crore in relation to a share transfer conflict. Sources...

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