Adani To Withdraw Defamation Cases Against “The Wire”

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NEW DELHI : Adani Group is set to withdraw all defamation suits filed against news portal The Wire and its editors in an Ahmedabad court for having published articles against its companies, said highly placed sources on May 22, reported IANS. Adani Power Maharashtra Limited had filed two suits against the web portal, while Group firm Adani Petronet More...

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