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Delhi HC dismisses Juhi Chawla's lawsuit against 5G tech, imposes Rs 20 lakh fine

DNA Friday, 4 June 2021
In its order, the court said that it appears that the suit was for publicity and the plaintiffs abused the process of law.
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The Ministry of Defence cleared a mega project to domestically build six conventional submarines equipped with state-of-the-art technology at a cost of around Rs 43,000 crore; The Delhi High Court dismissed the suit filed by actor Juhi Chawla against introduction of 5G technology in India and imposed...

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