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Supreme court extends interim relief to 4 journalists over Adani article

IndiaTimes Saturday, 2 December 2023
he Supreme Court on Friday extended the interim protection granted to two foreign journalists associated with Financial Times and two Indian scribes working with Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), who were summoned by Gujarat Police for writing articles on Adani Group. The court was hearing two petitions — on by Benjamin Nicholas Brooke Parkin and Chloe Nina Cornish and another by journalists Ravi Nair and Anand Mangnale associated with OCCRP. They were summoned by Gujarat Police for the article published in the newspaper and a portal.
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