In a reply to a question asked by Justice Sangwan whether she has ever visited the United Kingdom, the woman replied negative stating that she has sent messages to Prince Harry as well as Prince Charles over social media.
The social media giant finds itself in a soup over tweets by celebs supporting the farmers’ protests. With the centre asking it to block 1,178 accounts and Twitter not complying, a legal battle looms ahead.
A petitioner from Bangalore said that the pictures she has posted on Instagram and Facebook have been illegally lifted and placed by two respondents on a pornographic website, with derogatory captions.
A bench of Justice A. M. Khanwilkar and Justice S. Ravindra Bhat will hear the matter. The matter was listed previously on October 26, when, at the request of Senior Advocate Aryama Sundaram for the petitioners, the matter was adjourned for three weeks.
Chennai (ILNS): A seemingly agitated Bar Council of Tamil Nadu today asked the Madras High Court bench that how is it that action is not being taken against former High Court Judge CS Karnan for his allegedly derogatory posts on social media against women and the judiciary.
Senior Advocate Rakesh Dwivedi, appearing for West Bengal, said the matter is in the ambit of the concurrent list, where both the Centre and the State can legislate. The State law cannot be rendered repugnant to the Centre’s law, until and unless it is in conflict with the same.