Defamation in India

ABSTRACT-

This article basically talks about the defamation in India, what does defamation mean, what are laws and famous case laws related to it, how it is related to various fields such as legal field, political field, technical field etc. We are seeing in the recent times that the cases related to defamation in India in newspapers, television channels, legal journals etc. are rising at a very high rates because everyone wants to rise at the topmost position in his particular field or wants to improve his status in the society or wants to become richest in the society and for that according to the viewpoints of some jealous minded people, greedy and egoistic people, the malpractices that they follow in the society and especially the dirty tricks that they use in order to demean to make one person inferior of the another has now become day to day practice in the Indian Society whether it is related to politicians, common people, businessmen, engineers, doctors etc through the means of defamation.

We shall be able to know much more about the topic defamation in India, what the origin is, how the problem of defamation has become common in both professional as well as personal lives amongst all the sections of society and most importantly what is the solution and case laws which are related to it. We shall be studying all these in detail through this article and the readers after reading this article can form their own opinions and could know in depth about what actually defamation is.

The actual meaning of defamation is that it is a oral or a written communication of a false statement about another individual that unjustly harms their reputation and usually it constitutes a tort or a crime. In several countries, including South Korea, a true statement can also be considered defamation.

In countries like India, cases related to defamation in India are constantly rising because of the mala fide intention of one individual towards the another individual because he wants to achieve bigger things in the society or wants to rise at the topmost level both at his/her professional as well as personal lives which he thinks hat he/she can only achieve through malpractices, by demeaning the reputation of the person in terms of property, mind, reputation or any other form where an individual has a respect in the society and a certain individual tries to defame him/her by falsely advertising his/her bad deeds to other individuals which are not at all committed by him/her or tries to malign his/her image in the society through various malpractices and by showing his negative image falsely to the whole society.

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