Defamation case: Gaurav Taneja requests his followers to refrain from using unsavory language against accused journalist - News Summed Up

Defamation case: Gaurav Taneja requests his followers to refrain from using unsavory language against accused journalist


The Delhi High court judges also expressed their dislike for dragging Gaurav Taneja’s child in the subjected article written by Live Mint (a subsidiary of Hindustan Times) journalist Shepali Bhatt. This was after the YouTuber has tweeted a picture of himself with his wife and daughter performing a housewarming ritual. In the tweet, Gaurav Taneja had also claimed that the Hindu ritual performing Havan or ‘Agnihotra’ purifies the air and also removes the pollutants. Later in the day Gaurav had to tweet and ask his fans and followers not to use unsavory and abusive language for the journalist. Bihar: At least 8 dead, several ill after consuming spurious liquor in Saran districtMonkeypox: US declares public health emergency


Source: Mint August 06, 2022 13:36 UTC



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