The Ken's pre-launch story on the alleged conflict of interest in the sale of GoJavas to Quickdel logistics, and then to Snapdeal, has been taken down. The story page currently carries a notice saying This article has been taken down in compliance with an ex-parte interim injunction dated September 1, 2016 received by us on September 5, 2016. The injunction dated September 1, 2016 has been passed by the Hon'ble Court of Sub-Judge 1st, Vaishali, Hajipur, Bihar. In response to queries from MediaNama, the Ken has issued the following statement: "On 5-Sept 2016 we received an ex-parte injunction notice from a lawyer representing former Jabong Managing Director, Praveen Sinha. The order was passed by the court of the 1st Sub-Judge, Vaishali, Hajipur, Bihar, and asked us to remove a story we had published titled "How Rocket Internet Got Pushed Out of GoJavas" . Subsequently, we complied with the order as is reflected on our website. We were not made aware of this case nor of its court proceedings. We also do not have the full documents related to it. Thus and since the matter is sub-judice, we're still finalizing our legal strategy. Nonetheless we completely stand by the factual accuracy of our article." In response to a call from MediaNama, Praveen Sinha initially declined to comment, then said that "you should ask Ken that what was the source based on which they made the publication. I think that is the right question"..."The only point is that it was unfair journalism. First, they did not even intend to get a…
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