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Karishma case: Appeal against order admitted

Our Legal Correspondent

KOLKATA, July 3

A DIVISION Bench of the Calcutta High Court comprising Mr Justice Ajoy Nath Ray and Mr Justice J. Banerjee on Thursday admitted the appeal filed by Mrs Barbara Taylor Bradford, challenging the order of the Trial Court, which vacated the earlier interim order restraining Sahara Media Entertainment Ltd (Sahara) from telecasting the tele serial ``Karishma A Miracle of Destiny''.

The court, while admitting the appeal, ordered that the interim stay for telecasting of the serial shall continue till disposal of the stay petition or direction of affidavit if given, whichever is earlier.

The Trial Court, after vacating the interim order on the plea of Mrs Bradford's counsel, stayed the operation of the order till July 7.

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