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October 23: The Delhi High Court's recent order could spell good news for corporate honchos facing summon orders from trial court. In its order the high court says that summoning company heads merely for the virtue of being in charge or responsible of conduct is unsustainable, unless no fresh evidence has emerged. Bloomberg TV India speaks to Aman Lekhi, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court, to know more about the implications of the order.