MNS chief RajThackeray will launch a daily Marathi newspaper soon, which will be his political mouthpiece in the same way as Saamana is for the Shiv Sena. Sources in the MNS disclosed to The Indian Express Tuesday that the name of the daily will ... Indian Express, 2 months ago
This is not the first time that the Sena has opposed performances by Pakistani artistes in India Atif Aslam was all set to perform in Pune, India on April 25, but changed his mind after Indian political party, Shiv Sena threatened to ...The Express Tribune, 6 days ago
2:25pm IST NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The Supreme Court struck down a law on Tuesday that gave authorities powers to jail people for offensive online posts, a verdict hailed as a victory for free speech in the world's largest growth market for the ...Reuters India, 1 month ago Supreme Court upholds free speech on the Internet Channel NewsAsia, 1 month ago Supreme Court ditches Facebook arrest rules News India Times, 1 month ago Supreme Court ditches "Facebook" … Yahoo! India, 1 month ago
Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, which is currently being challenged before the Supreme Court, has caused a maelstrom on Twitter, after the government defended the act on the basis that there needed to be some curbs on the Internet. ...Firstpost.com, 2 months ago
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