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After 4 years, IIPM defamation case v Caravan moves from Silchar | SC stays Gujarat inquiry into judges | Maggi wins but whacked | Latest jobs

Legally India reports exclusively that the Supreme Court has transferred the IIPM business school’s defamation case against Caravan magazine – often described as a classical strategic litigation against public participation (SLAPP) – from far-flung Silchar to the Delhi high court after four years. Find out which lawyer helped and also read our probe into how IIPM interpreted compliance with a damning 2014 Delhi high court order against it...

Also read: The government has opened a new front against Nestle and Maggi with a 6 billion Rupee Consumer Protection Act claim, only one day before the Bombay high court ruled in favour of the Swiss food giant today reprimanding the government regulator. and the CJI agreed with Harish Salve to stay a Gujarat high court order to probe an alleged dubious land grant by the Gujarat government to former and current Gujarat high court judges.

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