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Aug 29, 2019
Comparing Modi govt's Kashmir decision with Emergency absurd; temporary restrictions necessary to correct Valley's dystopian realityLiberal angst over Kashmir could have been cute, were it not for the unintentional black humour permeating their 'serious' arguments.
Aug 29, 2019
Ditch War and Peace; here's a list of approved reading (and watching) for the patriotic IndianHad the book been called “Peace and Peace”, all might have gone well with Vernon Gonsalves, because the tome is probably far too fat for any busy legal professional in India to read – there are too many cases and too little time
Aug 28, 2019
If Indian media fails to speak out against the silencing of Kashmir, it risks losing its own voice in the futureZero evidence exists to support the government's claim, peddled by journalists who ought know better, that the communications blackout in Kashmir is saving lives
Aug 16, 2019
Jammu and Kashmir Police books two from Rajouri for provocative Facebook posts; case filed for promoting enmityThe police booked two men in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district on Friday for their "sensitive" posts on social media platform Facebook, thereby emerging as a threat to public order
Aug 08, 2019
Taslima Nasreen on self-censorship, and Indian democracy: 'If you don't get equality, you don’t get freedom'In an interview with Firstpost, writer Taslima Nasreen talks about living in India because of her exile, and the concept of freedom being impossible in a society without equality.
Aug 01, 2019
HRD order to 'connect' with students on social media could be misused for surveillance, silencing dissent in campuses, say expertsThe real reason behind HRD circular seeking access to varsity students' Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts appears to be surveillance, and an attempt to identify their ideologies
Jul 02, 2019
'Fake news, indecent language on social media triggers communal riots,' says Digvijaya Singh in Rajya Sabha, demands law for regulationCongress leader Digvijaya Singh said communal riots and societal divide is being created by circulation of fake news on social media and demanded a comprehensive law to regulate social media.
Jun 25, 2019
Combating fake news: MEITY should allow legal-flexibility based on social media platforms over one-size-fits-all regulatory approachIt is very important to understand the various limitations, challenges and nuances concerning the regulation of the ambiguous phenomenon called fake news.
May 14, 2019
SC's demand for apology, arrest of BJP worker shows how Section 66A of IT Act continues to haunt free speech despite being struck downWhile Priyanka Sharma has been released and the Supreme Court waived the condition of apology, the fact that she was asked to apologise in the first place raises the question if Section 66A is still in existence
May 09, 2019
Delhi Talks: Artistes can't be forced to propagate one idea, suppression of free voices must end, says Kathak dancer Uma SharmaDelhi-based Kathak dancer Uma Sharma says she is filled with regret to see the path India is treading, and how the political landscape has altered in the last five years