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Jay Shah-The Wire case: There can’t be any gagging of press, says Supreme Court

The court was hearing a plea against the Gujarat High Court order which in February revived a gag order against the news portal and debarred it from publishing any article related to businesses of Jay Shah.

Gujarat High Court allows tribal man’s plea to review gag order to The Wire

The petitioner, Rajesh L Bhabhor, 36, is a resident of Usarvan in Dahod district, and is not connected with the Jay Shah case. He has prayed for review of the order passed by Justice Paresh Upadhyay on February 23.

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Supreme Court asks Jay Shah, The Wire to amicably settle defamation case

The article published by the The Wire claimed that Jay Shah's company's turnover grew exponentially after the BJP-led government came to power at the Centre in 2014.

Jay Shah defamation case: SC asks Gujarat trial court to suspend proceedings against The Wire till April 12

Jay Shah case: Kapil Sibal who appeared for the news portal said that it was only asking questions to Shah. “If journalism is going to be throttled like this, no journalist can ask questions,” he said.

Jay Shah case: Gujarat HC restores gag order on The Wire

Justice Paresh Upadhyay allowed the appeal plea moved by Jay Shah against a trial court order, which lifted the injunction against the portal, while restraining it from linking the article to the PM

Jay Shah case: Gujarat HC restores gag order on The Wire

Jay Shah had moved the court in December 2017 against the order of Ahmedabad district court which lifted the ex parte injunction and allowed the web portal to write about Jay’s business without referring to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 

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Gujarat HC reserves order on Jay Shah’s plea

This case pertains to the civil suit filed against the web portal through which Jay Shah has claimed a damage of Rs 100 crore.

Gujarat High Court rejects The Wire’s plea for quashing defamation case

Innuendo that Jay Shah prospered as he is son of a powerful leader, says judge.

Jay Shah case: Court partly lifts injunction on Wire, then stays order

Tells portal to refrain from linking firm’s rise with PM Modi

Hearing over, court reserves order in Jay Shah case

Representing Jay Shah, senior lawyer Nirupam Nanavati concluded that the injunction is only on writing or debating further on the same “subject matter.” He argued, “It is not a gag order and the article still exists.”

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HIGHLIGHTS: When Rahul Gandhi defined jhumla, talked about Jay Shah, Rafale deal and more

In his long speech on the floor of the Lok Sabha, Rahul Gandhi defined jhumla, attacked the government on the issues of farmers, women's safety, lack of jobs and accused the BJP of playing divisive politics. And it all ended with a hug and a wink.

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