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College magazine containing adverse remarks on PM Modi withheld

Aug 06, 2015

College magazine containing adverse remarks on PM Modi withheld

A college magazine, tried to be brought out by students which allegedly contains certain adverse remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi was withheld with the management of the printing press objecting to the content. #India #BJP #Kerala #NewsTracker #Freedom of Speech #Thrissur #PM Modi #College Magazine
Robert Vadra invokes freedom of speech in reply to privilege motion against Facebook post

Jul 30, 2015

Robert Vadra invokes freedom of speech in reply to privilege motion against Facebook post

Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, on Thursday invoked the constitutional right of freedom of speech in his reply to a notice. #Politics #Sonia Gandhi #Congress #BJP #TheySaidIt #Freedom of Speech #Robert Vadra #Congress President
Rajiv Malhotra plagiarism row: It's about cultural intimidation, not freedom of speech

Jul 20, 2015

Rajiv Malhotra plagiarism row: It's about cultural intimidation, not freedom of speech

Its no secret there are plenty of those derided as aadarsh liberals who are not unhappy about Rajiv Malhotras latest tribulations. #Freedom of Speech #Harper Collins #Plagiarism #Rajiv Malhotra #Wendy Doniger #Doris Kearns Goodwin
CPI(M) protests against attacks on journalists in UP, demands immediate arrests

Jun 17, 2015

CPI(M) protests against attacks on journalists in UP, demands immediate arrests

The CPI(ML) on Wednesday condemned Uttar Pradesh government over the recent attacks on journalists in the state and staged protests in New Delhi demanding immediate arrests of the accused. #Uttar Pradesh #India #New Delhi #NewsTracker #CPI(M) #Freedom of Speech #Akhilesh Yadav #Free Press #Journalist killed #Jagendra Singh
Journalist murder case: Will ensure no injustice is meted out, says Akhilesh Yadav

Jun 16, 2015

Journalist murder case: Will ensure no injustice is meted out, says Akhilesh Yadav

A day after Uttar Pradesh Cabinet Minister Shivpal Yadav said that no minister will be sacked without probe in the murder case of a journalist, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Tuesday asserted that his government would ensure that no injustice is meted to anyone. #Uttar Pradesh #India #NewsTracker #Freedom of Speech #Akhilesh Yadav #Shivpal Yadav #Free Press #Jagendra Singh #Journalist Murder
Journalist murder case: Opposition slams SP over delay in arrest of Ram Murti Verma

Jun 11, 2015

Journalist murder case: Opposition slams SP over delay in arrest of Ram Murti Verma

Opposition parties on Thursday slammed the SP government in Uttar Pradesh for not acting against its minister Ram Murti Verma who was booked in the murder case of a journalist, and demanded his arrest. #S&P #Uttar Pradesh #India #BJP #NewsTracker #Freedom of Speech #sand mafia #Ram Murti Verma #Journalist Murder
US Sikh rights group sues Facebook for blocking its page on India's behest

Jun 03, 2015

US Sikh rights group sues Facebook for blocking its page on India's behest

A US-based Sikh rights group has filed a lawsuit against Facebook for blocking its page in India allegedly at the behest of the Indian government. #World #facebook #US #NewsTracker #Freedom of Speech #Internet freedom #Sikh community #Sikh rights group #SFJ
RSS slams Kejriwal government over 'draconian' defamation circular

May 17, 2015

RSS slams Kejriwal government over 'draconian' defamation circular

Terming its May 6 defamation circular against media as being "draconian", an article in RSS mouthpiece 'Organiser' has attacked the Arvind Kejriwal government for attempting to take away the freedom of speech and expression and for giving the message that "both sides of a coin are mine". #NewsTracker #Arvind Kejriwal #Freedom of Speech #RSS #Organiser #Draconian Circular
Freedom of speech cannot be absolute: SC on use of 'vulgar' words on Gandhi by author

May 14, 2015

Freedom of speech cannot be absolute: SC on use of 'vulgar' words on Gandhi by author

Freedom of speech and expression cannot be "absolute", the Supreme Court on Thursday said as it refused to reject criminal charges against an author for penning an alleged vulgar and obscene poem on Mahatma Gandhi in 1994. #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Freedom of Speech #Mahatma Gandhi #SC #Constitution #Devidas Ramchandra Tuljapurkar
Why striking down Section 66A does not guarantee absolute protection?

Mar 26, 2015

Why striking down Section 66A does not guarantee absolute protection?

Dependence of the agents of the state on the political class can create situations where they can be employed against the individual or the citizenry. #Supreme Court #InMyOpinion #Freedom of Speech #Ruchika Girhotra #SPS Rathore #IT Act #Section 66A #Captain Dreyfus