In The Coca-Cola Company v Glacier Water Industries (CS (COMM) 1290/2016), the High Court of Delhi has granted plaintiff The Coca-Cola Company a permanent injunction against Glacier Water Industries (first defendant) for infringement and passing off of the plaintiff's registered trademark KINLEY. In doing so, the court reaffirmed the protection afforded to well-known trademarks in India.

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