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‘Ancient Work & Scriptures Are Open To Debate’: Allahabad HC Dismisses Plea Of ‘Oversensitive’ Petitioner Against Telecast Of Hindu-Epic Series Vishnu Puran [Read Order]

first_imgNews Updates’Ancient Work & Scriptures Are Open To Debate’: Allahabad HC Dismisses Plea Of ‘Oversensitive’ Petitioner Against Telecast Of Hindu-Epic Series Vishnu Puran [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK26 Jun 2020 12:31 AMShare This – xCiting “over-sensitivity” of the Petitioner, the Allahabad High Court recently dismissed a public interest litigation seeking to restrain the re-telecast of Hindu-epic series ‘Vishnu Puran’ on Doordarshan. “We do not consider it proper to act on the apparent over sensitivity of the petitioner who believes in a particular line of thought and finds himself opposed to another…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginCiting “over-sensitivity” of the Petitioner, the Allahabad High Court recently dismissed a public interest litigation seeking to restrain the re-telecast of Hindu-epic series ‘Vishnu Puran’ on Doordarshan. “We do not consider it proper to act on the apparent over sensitivity of the petitioner who believes in a particular line of thought and finds himself opposed to another view or thought being represented in the TV serial of which he is neither a creator nor the participant, but a mere spectator that too with an option to watch or not to watch such a show,” a vacation bench comprised by Justice Sunita Agarwal and Justice Saumitra Dayal Singh observed. The Petitioner, Santosh Kumar Jaiswal had approached the High Court raising objection over representation of certain characters in the show, and had contended that Lord Vishnu and other dieties in whom he had belief were being misrepresented. Rejecting the submissions, the bench was of the opinion that the show was a work of art based on certain scriptures, and merely because it exhibited certain “inaccuracies” could not be a ground to restrain its telecast. The court further said that ancient work such as the Vishnu Puran are “open to debate” and therefore the court could not pass any direction based on the “over-sensitive” approach opted by the Petitioner. “Without allowing for any debate to arise, as is being sought by the petitioner, it is undisputed that the objectionable work is basically a work of art for entertainment. It may be based on certain scriptures or ancient works and therefore it may suffer from inaccuracy and mistakes either deliberate or otherwise. Leaving that possibility apart, ancient work such as the ‘Vishnu Puran’ and other texts are always open to debate and discussion resulting in multiple views arising and being discussed even at the level of religious teachers and people spiritually inclined. That in part is the beauty of plurality that our society practices,” the court said. Accordingly, the PIL was dismissed. Click Here To Download Order Read Order Next Storylast_img read more

Fish oil supplements and heart health

first_imgDariush Mozaffarian, associate professor of epidemiology at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, and a cardiologist, was interviewed on NBC Nightly News on September 12, 2012 about a new study on fish oil supplements that suggests they may not be as healthy for the heart as people think.Researchers at the University of Ioannina Medical School in Greece combined 20 previous studies involving more than 68,000 patients since 1989. Overall, the authors concluded that fish oil supplements—which contain omega-3 fatty acids, the healthy fat found in fish—do neither harm nor good. They found that the supplements did not significantly reduce people’s risk of mortality, cardiac death, sudden death, heart attack, or stroke.The study, which appeared in the September 12, 2012 Journal of the American Medical Association, is one of a number of recent studies questioning fish oil’s benefits.Interpreting the study results differently than the authors, Mozaffarian told NBC Nightly News that, “If you focus on cardiac death, which is the outcome most likely influenced by fish oil, there is a significant benefit for that outcome.” He added, “I recommend to patients that they eat fish as a first-line measure. If they don’t like fish, or if they really want to be sure they’re getting omega-3s, there’s no harm to taking fish oil, and it certainly might help.” Read Full Storylast_img read more