What kinds of statement have been held to be absolutely privileged by the Supreme Court?

[Law of Torts] – It has been held that the occasion of making each of the following statement is absolutely privileged:-

(1) any statement by a judge as such,

(2)any statement made by a subordinate officer of a court when acting either judicially or on duty,

(3)any statement made by an advocate as such, counsel, vakil, pleader, solicitor, official receiver,

(4) any statement in a pleading affidavit, notice, summons, report, will, information or other similar state document,

(5) any statement by a junior,

(6) any statement by a witness as such,

(7) any statement supposed to be material for the purpose, made by a person, seeking legal advice.