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'Government cannot, should not regulate the Internet'

'Government cannot, should not regulate the Internet'

'What the Supreme Court decision does is encourage more and more young Indians to get involved in citizenship and democracy and do so more fearlessly.' 'Obviously, this is not a licence to be rude or go defaming people or be obnoxious online or do illegal activities online.' 'But this is a licence and green light for people to get more involved in the country, its politics and governance, its businesses, and be freely expressing your views on it.' Rajeev Chandrasekhar -- Independent Rajya ..., 1 day ago
Azam Khan FB post: SC seeks UP government's reply Deccan Chronicle, 1 week ago

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Say You Like It

The Supreme Court's order striking down Section 66A of the Information Technology Act as totally unconstitutional once again shows that democracy has grown very deep roots in India and the politicians of all hues combined together cannot mess with ...
 Navhind Times1 week ago Post your script now  Pune Mirror6 days ago India's highest court has struck down a law that made some social media posts a crime  Business Insider Australia1 week ago A list of Section 66A arrestsin India through the years  Media Nama1 week ago

Goodbye, Section 66A

Villainous law is gone. Hope it doesn't return The Supreme Court's decision to strike down Section 66A of the Information and Technology Act, 2000, marks a major victory for free speech in this country. The section militated against the ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Sec 66 A scrapped: SC gives freedom to Internet users; how celebrities, others reacted  Oneindia1 week ago Freedom of Speech Online: Supreme Court Verdict on Section 66A Today  NDTV1 week ago Freedom of Expression and the Internet: Crucial Supreme Court Verdict Tomorrow  NDTV1 week ago
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The Curious Case of Teesta's Bail Petition

Narendra Modi-baiter and activist Teesta Setalvad, because of some strange decisions of the Supreme Court, remains free. Two courts had green-flagged her arrest in a serious case of embezzlement You are an ordinary Indian citizen. The police ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago The Teesta Setalvad case: The Supreme Court's bizarre exceptionalism  MSN News1 week ago Teesta Setalvad bail: A bizarre case of the Supreme Court's exceptionalism  Firstpost.com1 week ago Teesta Setalvad bail case: A bizarre case of the Supreme Court's exceptionalism  Firstpost.com1 week ago

EPA Grilled At Supreme Court Over Refusal To Consider Costs

The Environmental Protection Agency got a skeptical reception at the U.S. Supreme Court over its refusal to consider costs when it imposed new pollution controls on electric power plants, as conservative justices asked whether it was arbitrary and ...
 Forbes.com6 days ago Horse owners delighted with court order  Indiarace.com6 days ago UNITED STATES v. MARCIA ACOSTA  Find Law6 days ago Free speech victory  Business Standard India1 week ago

Will 2015 be the year of the LeT?

The Pakistan Supreme Court ordered Mumbai 26/11 master-plotter, Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi's further detention on January 6, referring back the case for hearing both the sides by the Islamabad high court. It is by no means certain that the judiciary may cater to pressure in this regard for too long.Even as a beleaguered Pakistani establishment struggles to avoid international opprobrium on his imminent release, the Lashkar-e-Taiba seems poised to emerge in a more high profile role in 2015. Read ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Lakhvi Files Another Plea in Pak Court Challenging Detention  New Indian Express1 week ago Lakhvi files another plea in Pakistan court challenging detention  MSN News1 week ago Mumbai attack mastermind Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi files another plea in Pakistan court challenging detention  DNA India1 week ago

Petition seeks Bar action against gang-rape convicts' lawyers

Even as the Supreme Court has sought explanations from M L Sharma and A P Singh, the defence lawyers in the 2012 Delhi gang-rape case, for their derogatory remarks against women in a BBC documentary, a Bengaluru-based lawyer-turned-journalist quietly ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago

Search engines not blocking advertisements on sex determination, Supreme Court told

"Let the same be served on counsel for said respondents within three days from today. Response thereto be filed within a week therefrom...Be that as it may, the said aspect shall be adverted to after the copy of the compilation is served on the counsel for ...
 DNA6 days ago

SC allows govt to collect initial payment from telcos for spectrum auction

The Supreme Court on Thursday allowed the government to finalise the spectrum auction bids and collect the initial payment amounting to Rs 28,000 crore out of Rs 1.09 lakh crore from the successful telecom companies before March 31. The court, ...
 Business Standard India6 days ago

Respite for Glenmark in diabetes drugs case, SC to begin hearing on Apr 28

Business Today has learnt on Wednesday the Supreme Court judge Justice Ranjan Gogoi has stayed the injunction passed last week by the division bench of the Delhi High Court. With this, analysts feel, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals gets a respite for the ...
 Business Today India1 week ago
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