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Delhi High Court heard a trademark infringement suit by Meta formerly known as Facebook.


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Case-Meta Platforms,Inc v. Noufel Malol & ANR. Justice Navin Chawla awarded nominal damages of Rs.50000 in favour of Meta platforms Inc.and against defendants to pay cost of suit to Meta.In a trademark infringement suit filed by Meta formerly known as Facebook the Court has permanently stopped the use of names Facebake and Facecake, Facebook marks, Facebook visual presentation and other Facebook formative trademarks of social media giant.Meta moved to court after being aggrieved by Noufel Malol for adopting Facebake mark which he was allegedly mimicking the visual,font, commercial impression and same look ,was intentionally trading off significant goodwill established in Facebook marks.Plantiff files opposition against said application claiming that use of similar mark by defendant was infringement of statutory as well as common law rights also results in dilution and unfair competition by defendants.Plantiff claims that on service of ad-interim order of injunction,facebake changed to facecake which is equally similar to Meta's Facebook marks.Court was of a view that it cannot be disputed that the marks of Meta were well known in India and the user base and reach were evident from documents filed by them.The court of view that there are some differences between marks of plantiff and of defendants.However,the overall visual presented adopted by the defendants clearly shows the malafide intent of the defendants in obtaining unfair advantage by use of the mark similar to Meta.The court added that the same also leads to dilution of Meta's mark.The court claims that defendant malafide intent can be observed when they have changed only one alphabet after ad-interim order,however chose not to appear before this court to defend the suit in spite of service. Form Submission



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Job Application NAME Panasam Akshara SELECT HC/SC Delhi HC DATE Jul 12, 2022 HEAD LINE NOT MORE THN 100 LETTERS Congress MP Karti P Chidambaram approached Delhi High Court in Chinese Visas Scam Case. WRITE YOUR NEWS / ARTICLE Case-Karti Chidambaram v. Enforcement Directorate. Delhi High Court listed hearing on August 18 the anticipatory bail plea by Congress MP Karti P Chidambaram in the alleged Chinese Visas Scam being probed by Enforcement Directorate.Justice Poonam A Bamba deferred hearing on the plea after the counsel for Enforcement Directorate informed that Additional Solicitor General SV Raju was not available.Investing agency orally said it's earlier assurance concerning no coercive action against Karti would extend till the next date.ED orally said it would not take any action against him till July 12.Karti had approached high court after anticipatory bail plea and two others was dismissed by the trial court on the ground that the offence was of serious nature.ED registered the money laundering case against him and others in alleged scam about issuance of visas to 263 Chinese nationals in 2011 when his father P Chidambaram was home minister.ED said laundered amount of money in case was yet to be displayed during investigation and bribe amount of Rs 50 lakh in CBI case cannot be taken or considered as basis of present case.Case registered under Prevention of Money Laundering Act taking cognisance of recent FIR by CBI in the same case.As case heard by court during vacation last month,the ED had opposed anticipatory bail plea saying karti cannot file application on figment of imagination that does not show any genuine apprehension of his arrest,ED said application is premature as the investigation has not begun in the matter and even karti has not been summoned yet. Form Submission

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Panasam AksharaPA Job Application NAME Panasam Akshara SELECT HC/SC Delhi HC DATE Jul 13, 2022 HEAD LINE NOT MORE THN 100 LETTERS Delhi High Court is disappointed with one page reply from Centre says, it's an important issue. WRITE YOUR NEWS / ARTICLE Delhi High Court expressed dissatisfaction about one page reply by centre to a plea seeking to declare PM CARES fund a state under constitution to ensure transparency in its functionality.Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice Subramonium Prasad said it is an important issue and is not so simple and asked centre for detailed reply.The bench tells Solicitor General Tushar Mehta that,'You have filed a reply.Onr page to such important issue? It is only a one page reply nothing beyond it?? whatever the senior counsel is arguing it is no where in the reply'.In the reply filed last year centre said it is a trust and not of government and its funds are not included in the Consolidated Fund of India.An officer handling PM CARES fund said it's a trust that functions with transparency and CA from panel of Comptroller and Auditor General of India audits its funds.Irrespective of status under Constitution and RTI Act it is not permissible to disclose third party information,an official said Mehta told court that detailed reply given in similar petition by Samyal Gangwal and another detailed reply would be filed within three weeks as the court posted it for hearing on September 16.Gangwal's plea sought to declare PM CARES fund as state under Constitution Article 12 and directs to disclose audit reports time to time.He files another petition in 2020 asking to declare fund as public authority under RTI Act.Gangwal's lawyer Shyam Divan said the structure of fund is very destructive of good governance.If these kind is structures are allowed to stand under the roof of our system it may be in the future result in huge problem. Form Submission

Job Application NAME Panasam Akshara SELECT HC/SC Calcutta HC DATE Jul 13, 2022 HEAD LINE NOT MORE THN 100 LETTERS The prayer by bus operators to revise fares in view of hike in fuel prices: Calcutta High Court WRITE YOUR NEWS / ARTICLE Calcutta High Court directs transport secretary to consider within six weeks the prayer by bus operators to revise fares in the view of hike in fuel prices.Justice P Mukherjee and Justice Subhendu Samanta passed directions citing Sec 67 of the Motor Vehicle Act,1988 that gives State Government power for fixing economically competitive fares and freights.Asansol Minibus Association and all the Bengal Bus Samannoy Committee moved to high court seeking to revise the fares.The court,while disposing petition directs the appellants to make representation before state authorities.Counswl for the association,Mukul Lahiri submitted that state had revised fares in 2018.Lahiri pointed out how diesel prices spiraled to Rs 93 a litre since then.State advocate Amal Mukherjee opposed prayer saying that fare revision is a matter of policy decision by state government.Mukherjee held that such decision beyond the scope of the court's intervention.A single bench had earlier dismissed the association's petition. Form Submissi

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