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The Accidental Prime Minister: Delhi High Court dismisses PIL seeking ban on its trailer

DNA Wednesday, 9 January 2019
The Delhi High Court dismissed a PIL Wednesday seeking a ban on The Accidental Prime Minister and its trailer on allegations that it defamed the constitutional post of the prime minister.
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The Delhi High Court on Wednesday dismissed a PIL seeking a ban on the trailer of the movie "The Accidental Prime Minister" on the ground it had caused unaccountable damage to the name and fame of the office of the Prime Minster

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