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Section 124A: Journey Of Sedition Law So Far

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Introduction to SeditionSedition can be defined as any conduct or language inciting rebellion against a lawful government. In India, sedition is defined through Section 124-A of the IPC, wherei...

Constitutional Validity of Sedition Under the IPC

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Thomas Babington Macaulay wrote Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (IPS). Despite being associated with the Indian Freedom Struggle, it has been recognized as English law for centuries...

Story of Sedition law in India

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The law of sedition has always been the most controversial topic of constitutional law and sometimes we have seen that sedition law is categorised under the purview of anti-national. But in rea...

Is Sedition Law Threat To Freedom Of Speech

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The most argumentative topic in India in today's time is the Sedition Law and its enforcement in the Constitutional law Jurisprudence. Different views have been presented regarding sedition ran...

Treason Law: A Challenge for Democracy

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Treason is defined as the act of assaulting a governmental power to whom one is obligated to submit. For example, joining in a war against one's own country, seeking to topple its government, s...

Terrorism And The Role Of Law

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Terrorism in an eclectic manner means a group or association of people who are pursuing a common goal that is anti-establishment in nature. We cannot term terrorism precisely because it has ass...

Should Sedition Remain As A Ground For Imposing Reasonable Restriction On Fre...

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"A state which dwarfs its men, in order that they may be more docile instruments in its hands even for beneficial purposes--will find that with small men no great thing can really be accom...

Sedition Law: A Colonial Bane?

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According to Government Data, there were a total of 326 sedition cases filed in India from 2014 to 2019, out of which only 6 were convicted. Further, a study of sedition cases over the last dec...

Arnab Ranjan Goswami v. Union of India 2020 14 SCC 12 - IRAC Analysis

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The press is the fourth pillar of democracy after the Legislature, Executive and Judiciary. Without free and fair political discussion, no proper functioning of the government is possible. In t...

Sedition Law: An Insight into the Draconian law from the Colonial Era

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In the rich legal history of our country, there has been no other law that embodies the concept of imperialism as thoroughly as the law of Sedition. The extensive and vast power of Section 124A h...