A Bench of Justices Dipak Misra and Rohinton F. Nariman said the onus was on the RSS worker to prove that Mr. Gandhi's comments amounted to criminal defamation. "We have upheld the criminal defamation law". Seeking time to revisit the facts of the case in the light of the May 13 judgment and get back to the court, Lalit said that what has been said in the May 13 judgment appears to be the law of the land.
The decree from Turkey's cabinet of ministers to close the outlets was published late Wednesday in the country's Official Gazette. This display of authoritarian control comes roughly two weeks after the failure of an attempted coup reportedly orchestrated by a subgroup of military defectors on July 15 hoping to oust President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The house targeted and damaged during the fighting, was then demolished by an Israeli bulldozer. Forces reportedly exchanged fire with al-Faqih and fired several missiles at the house before a military bulldozer demolished it, reducing it to rubble.
The government has said these steps are needed to root out supporters of the coup and will not infringe on the rights of ordinary Turks. Separately, the authorities ordered the detention of another 47 journalists - just several days after similar warrants were issued for 42 reporters.
A spokesman for the museum which provides documentation for the study and interpretation of Holocaust history has come out to state that it is "extremely inappropriate" for members of the public to try catch the digital characters from Nintendo's title at the memorial.
A video journalist made a GIF of Sarandon shaking her head at someone else's speech, noting she was not having any of it. Sarandon later retweeted this with a one-word validation: " Accurate ". The critical question is, does it matter? "A lot of people felt disenfranchised". He said he was unsure what was making the actress so unhappy at that exact moment.