Delhi High Court Vacates order against Caravan magazine

Team SoOLEGAL 22 Feb 2018 3:51pm

Delhi High Court Vacates order against Caravan magazine

New Delhi : In a major relief  for The Caravan magazine, the Delhi High Court bench led by Justice Manmohan today vacated the injunction against the February 2011 cover story on Arindam Chaudhuri and IIPM. Chaudhari had filed a  case in a civil court  in Silchar, Assam after the magazine published an article titled Sweet smell of success How Arindam Chaudhuri made a fortune of the aspirations and insecurities of Indias middle classes. The court had granted Chaudhari a preliminary injunction, directing Caravan to remove the article in question from its website.

Appearing for Chaudhari in the Delhi High Court, Advocate Nishit Kush argued that the magazine carried a morphed image of Chaudhari, showing him as a magician/soothsayer with the intent to portray him as a trickster.

It was further stated that derogatory comments were made against him without any basis and with an intent to create a negative image of Chaudhari amongst the general public.


Tagged: Arindam Chaudhari   Delhi High Court. Silchar Civil Court   Caravan Magazine  
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