An Indian court has acquitted a journalist of criminal defamation after she accused a former editor-turned-politician of sexual harassment.MJ Akbar, now 70, filed a case against journalist Priya Ramani in October 2018, denying the allegations as “false, baseless and wild”.Ramani was the first to accuse Akbar of harassment, spurring more than 20 women to come forward with similar allegations during his previous career as one of the country’s most prominent news editors. A few days later, Akbar…



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