[Aroon Purie case] Editor-in-Chief cannot be held liable for acts of reporter unless specific allegations are made: Supreme Court

The observations came in the order of the apex court quashing the criminal defamation case against Chairperson of the India Today Group, Aroon Purie.
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The Supreme Court recently held that unless there were specific allegations against the Editor-in-Chief of a publication, he or she should not be held liable for acts committed by the author of an article. [Aroon Purie v. State of NCT of Delhi & Ors]

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