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Apr 29 1988 (HC)

P. Jagajeevan Ram and Etc. Vs. Govt. of India and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-29-1988

Reported in : AIR1989Mad149

..... freedom are not unduly curbed and that censorship is responsive to social change'.18. part b(5a) in it contains prescribed guidelines. the guidelines issued under section 5b of the act amended up to 7-5-1983 are as follows: --'.....the board of film censors shall be guided by the following principles : -- 1. the objectives of film censorship willensure that, (a) ..... article 338(3) and article 340 of the constitution. article 338 and article 340 are in part xvi of the constitution entitled 'special provision relating to certain classes'. the corresponding part in the draft constitution was part xiv entitled 'special provisions relating to minorities' which contained nine articles, articles 292 to 301. article 292 of the draft constitution referred to ..... hear the songs. social, political, educational religious messages etc., are being carried on day and night through the medium of songs with their catchy tunes. knowing quite well that the comparative duration of a film being exhibited is less, considerable emphasis is laid on songs, for ever so many purposes. therefore, it must be seen, whether within the song itself, ..... of it is extracted hereunder : (matter in vernacular omitted -- ed.)the contention of the petitioners is that, by these claims made, the british rule is culogised and glorified when compared to independent india, and that viewers would be made to believe that the british rule was better than free india because education was better administered by the britishers and that .....

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Apr 18 1988 (HC)

The Proctor and Gamble Company Represented by Power of Attorney Holder ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-18-1988

Reported in : (1989)1MLJ36

..... sale of plaintiffs products in indian market is wholly irrelevant with regard to the infringement of copyright. he refers to the provisions of the international copyrights order and section 40 of the copy right act, 1957, and contends that if there is an infringement of the copyright, injunction must automatically follow. according to him, acquisition of goodwill or reputation by the plaintiff ..... compensated in damages recoverable in the action if the uncertainty were resolved in his favour at the trial; but the plaintiffs need for such protection must be weighed against the corresponding need of the defendant to be protected against injury resulting from his having been prevented from exercising his own legal rights for which he could not be adequately compensated under ..... the court exercises its jurisdiction, to grant such an interim relief, which is essentially an equitable and a discretionary remedy 'the court will have to be further satisfied that the comparative mischief or inconvenience which is likely to arise from withholding an injunction will be greater than that which is likely to arise from granting it.their lordships placed reliance on ..... an appellate court can interfere with a discretionery order of the trial court granting or refusing injunction were laid town by lord dip-lock in hadmor productions ltd, v. hamilton (1983) 1 a.c.191 and the other members of the house agreed with him. they were reiterated by him in gordon cottage ltd. v. milk marketing board (1984)1 a .....

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