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RTE denies he was defamed and insists it is not liable.
Nagpur (Maharashtra) [India], September 02 ( ANI ): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Nana Patole, who was recently quoted as saying that Prime Minister Narendra Modi doesn't like being asked questions, has refuted remarking so, claiming that he is being defamed.
But the woman's son said the video defamed the family and affected them, and that taking it was an immoral act.
ISLAMABAD -- Former finance minister Shaukat Tareen has said that he was being defamed by adding his name among the accused of Rental Power Project (RPP) case.
A TEENAGER has filed an appeal against his two-year jail conviction after he defamed religious symbols.
The notice said: " Immediately withdraw all the allegations made by you, against Sheila DikshitC* which ( have) defamed my client and the office of the chief minister of Delhi, in talk showsC* Tender an unconditional public apologyC* through print and electronic media.
The nursery owner claimed the defendant defamed his nursery in the email and online.
Abdullah bin Baz, son of the late Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Baz, alleged Kuwaiti lawyer Khaled Al-Shatti, businessman Mahmoud Haidar and the Kuwaiti channel Al-Adalah television defamed his father and other Saudi scholars by linking their Islamic ideologies to terrorism.
Narendra Modi, chief minister of the western Indian state, said that contents of the book were "perverse and defamed the icon of non-violence".
His lawyer, Jasser al-Jidei, told Reuters the court on Monday found the opposition blogger innocent of the charge that he had defamed Prime Minister Nasser al-Mohammad al-Sabah in a public speech.
Byline: Joseph Stalin's grandson has taken a newspaper to court, claiming it defamed the Soviet dictator.
Mr Malik had said that a letter written by Mr Scott and printed in The Press in May, 2006, had defamed him.