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Delhi Court Orders Bloomberg To Remove “Defamatory” Article Against Zee

New Delhi:

A Delhi courtroom right this moment ordered Bloomberg Tv Manufacturing Providers India Pvt. Ltd to take down a defamatory article revealed towards Zee Leisure Enterprises Ltd. Zee stated that the “factually incorrect article” led to a “15 per cent drop in share worth” of the corporate.

The corporate, argued in entrance of the Delhi Periods Court docket that the article revealed by Bloomberg was “false and factually incorrect, with a pre-meditated and malafide intention to defame the corporate”. The article, on February 21, talked about particulars pertaining to the company governance and enterprise operations of ZEE, which have been inaccurate in nature and led to a 15 per cent drop in share worth of the corporate, eroding investor wealth, it stated.

Further district choose Harjyot Singh Bhalla, in a giant reduction to Zee, directed Bloomberg to “take down the defamatory article from its platform inside one week of receipt of the order”, additional restraining the platform from posting, circulating or publishing the article on any on-line or offline platform until the following date of listening to.

The article by Bloomberg, incorrectly revealed that Securities and Trade Board of India (SEBI) has discovered a $241 million accounting difficulty on the Firm, whereas there isn’t a such order from the talked about regulator, Zee insisted. It stated that “regardless of the corporate firmly refuting the identical, the article incorrectly revealed monetary irregularities in Zee, with out the idea of any order from the regulator”.

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