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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...

Freedom of Speech and Expression and Sedition Law in India: A relative study

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The freedom of speech and expression means the right to express one's thoughts, decisions, and/or opinions freely by word of mouth, writing, printing, pictures or any other mode. Granting this...

Comparative Constitutional Law and its Applicability in International Law

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Transformation is a part of our life. Receptive mechanisms of world-wide meeting, international governance, multiplex economic inter- relations, supported by the advanced communication techniqu...

Sedition: Complicated History of Section 124-A

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On 15th July 2021 Supreme Court bench led by CJI NV Ramana expressed their concern about the unbridled use of sedition law against the city which has again reignited the public debate over this...

Case Analysis Emperor v Bal Gangadhar Tilak, 1908

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Section 124-A of The Indian Penal Code has been judiciously used as a tool to silence dissent, both before and after independence. Despite various interferences by the courts which attempted to...

Article on Section 124-A of Indian Penal Code

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Amidst the Pandemic, Covid-19, the judiciary has ensured that the rights of the citizens be protected on all occasions. Let it be in matters related to supply of oxygen, vaccinations, medicine, e...

Does the law of sedition needs to be buried?

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In 1922, while appearing in court in respect of his three articles for Young India which resulted into his and Shankarlal Banker's imprisonment under the sedition section, Mahatma Gandhi referred...

Sedition Law: A Mechanism to curb free speech?

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Section 124A of Indian Penal Code (IPC) is the prince among the political sections designed to suppress the liberty of the citizens these are the words of Mahatma Gandhi during his imprisonmen...

Sedition Law - A Tool To Suppress The Voices

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124 A. Sedition:Whoever, by words, either spoken or written, or by signs, or by visible representation, or otherwise, brings or attempts to bring into hatred or contempt, or excites or attempts t...