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Facebook removes Kashmiri artist's cartoon post on Afzal Guru

Feb 09, 2016

Facebook removes Kashmiri artist's cartoon post on Afzal Guru

A Kashmiri artist on Tuesday alleged that Facebook removed a cartoon he had posted marking the third death anniversary of Afzal Guru. #facebook #India #Jammu and Kashmir #NewsTracker #Afzal Guru #Freedom of Speech #Parliament attack #Cartoon #Shareworthy #Mir Suhail Qadiri
Non-surprising story of the day: Freedom of speech has its boundaries, says Chinese daily

Dec 23, 2015

Non-surprising story of the day: Freedom of speech has its boundaries, says Chinese daily

Freedom of speech has its boundaries, including on the internet, a state-run Chinese daily said on Wednesday following a court verdict on a Chinese human rights lawyer. #NewsTracker #Freedom of Speech #Global Times #Pu Zhiqiang #Beijing No 2 Intermediate People's Court
No country for opinions: Chinese rights lawyer stands trial for social media posts

Dec 14, 2015

No country for opinions: Chinese rights lawyer stands trial for social media posts

Chinese rights lawyer stands trial for social media posts. He has been critical of the government's policies in the ethnic Muslim region of Xinjiang. #China #NewsTracker #Freedom of Speech #Communism #Pu Zhiqiang #Shareworthy #opinions
Bangladesh blogger's murder: Angry demonstrators protest against government's apathy

Nov 01, 2015

Bangladesh blogger's murder: Angry demonstrators protest against government's apathy

Angry protesters took to the streets in Bangladesh on Sunday, blaming the government for its "apathy" and the "culture of impunity", a day after a secular publisher was killed while two bloggers and a publisher were injured in attacks claimed by al-Qaeda in the Indian sub-continent. #World #India #Bangladesh #NewsTracker #Freedom of Speech #Bangladesh blogger #Bangladesh Publishers
Secular publisher of atheist writer murdered, three badly wounded in new Bangladesh attacks

Nov 01, 2015

Secular publisher of atheist writer murdered, three badly wounded in new Bangladesh attacks

The publisher of an atheist writer killed earlier this year by suspected Islamists was hacked to death in Bangladesh Saturday, hours after two secular bloggers and another publisher were also attacked. #NewsTracker #Freedom of Speech #Dhaka #Avijit Roy #Bangladeshi blogger #atheist writer
Three secular bloggers attacked in Bangladesh, suffer serious injuries

Oct 31, 2015

Three secular bloggers attacked in Bangladesh, suffer serious injuries

Three secular bloggers, including a publisher of slain blogger Avijit Roy, were hacked in the Bangladeshi capital on Saturday in the latest attack on writers in the country. #Bangladesh #NewsTracker #Freedom of Speech #attack #secular bloggers
No ban on media, but social media needs regulations, says Arun Jaitley: How will the govt strike that balance?

Oct 27, 2015

No ban on media, but social media needs regulations, says Arun Jaitley: How will the govt strike that balance?

Delivering the Sardar Patel lecture organised by All India Radio (AIR) in New Delhi, Arun Jaitley, noted that while the right to freedom of expression has expanded in India through successive judicial verdicts and technological advances, its misuse continues to happen. #social media #India #ConnectTheDots #Arun Jaitley #Freedom of Speech #News #Section 66A #Right to free speech #Article 19(2)
Shiv Sena's condemnation of Kalburgi's killing: A sign of intellectual churn?

Sep 08, 2015

Shiv Sena's condemnation of Kalburgi's killing: A sign of intellectual churn?

Just the bewildering happenstance of the Shiv Sena defending freedom of expression would have been a valid reason to wonder if the Maharashtra tiger has turned into the proverbial cat on a pilgrimage after devouring nine hundred rats, probably from non-Hindu, non-Maratha households. #HowThisWorks #Bal Thackeray #Shiv Sena #Saamna #Hindutva Ideology #Freedom of speech and expression #Hindutva elements #MM Kalburgi