As it happened: AIBRoast High Court proceedings

Updated - December 04, 2021 11:32 pm IST

Published - February 10, 2015 12:29 pm IST

12:44 pm: Petitioner says she has come to the court because such shows particularly affect the minds of youth.

12:42 pm: Petitioner law professor says, "the show has crossed limits of decency and is obscene to the core".

12:38 pm: Bombay High Court admits intervention plea filed by AIB; asks them to file reply, if any.

12:37 pm: AIB says none of the private audience found the show offensive.

12:27 pm: AIB intervenes; says it was a humorous show for a private audience

12:25 pm: Bombay High Court seeks Union's say on screening of YouTube uploads

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