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1. In Civil defamation, a mala fide intention to defame is not always necessary while a Criminal defamation must contain some deliberate malice or malafide intention, to cause damage to reputation of someone.
2. In civil defamation, Court fees are required to be paid as per value of damages caused to reputation whereas court fees are required at the level of a civil case in a criminal defamation case.
3. At the end of case, court punishes offender if defamation is proved in criminal case and awards damages to compensate loss to reputation if defamation is proved in civil defamation case.