Monthly Archives: September 2019


FREEDOM OF SPEECH ASSAILED BY NOTIONAL SEDITION? Law

One might disagree with the content of someone's speech or the way the freedom of expression is used or misused, but that by itself is no reason to call for its curtailment because the luminance of the freedom of expression far outweighs and outshines the flickering darkness of a few grey shadows that the presence of light might cast.


THE SPECIAL SITTING: NOTHING ILLEGAL, UNFAIR OR IMPROPER Law

The special sitting of the Supreme Court on April 20, 2019, convened and presided over by the Chief Justice of India (CJI), Justice Ranjan Gogoi, with Justice Arun Mishra and Justice Sanjiv Khanna forming the bench to deal with a matter “of great public importance touching upon the independence of the judiciary” was quite clearly not a judicial hearing to adjudicate the complaint filed by...

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