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Uttarakhand- Man held for objectionable post against CM

Abhyudaya Kotnala TNN Uttarkashi: A 26-year-old man was arrested by Uttarkashi police for posting an objectionable message on social media against CM Trivendra Singh Rawat. According to sources, the accused, identified as Rajpal Singh, a resident of Dairika village in Purola… Continue Reading →

SC Dismisses Brahman Samaj Plea To Ban ‘Article 15’ Screening

Supreme Court says go to appropriate authority July 8, 201979  The Supreme Court today (Monday, July 8) dismissed a plea by Brahman Samaj seeking ban on screening of the movie Article 15 and cancellation of certificate issued to it by… Continue Reading →

Kerala HC Gives Go-Ahead for Screening Anand Patwardhan’s Film in Kerala Festival

The single-judge bench of Justice Shaji P Chaly over-ruled the Centre’s objection that the documentary “might affect law & order”, even as per the I&B Ministry’s own guidelines.Newsclick Report 25 Jun 2019 I New Delhi: In a big boost for filmmaker… Continue Reading →

India – Freedom of Expression – Unlawful arrests

V. VENKATESAN: July 05, 2019T Prashant Kanojia, a Hindi journalist, being released from the Lucknow jail on June 12. Photo: Nand Kumar/PTI Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. The public sharing of a video clip has apparently hurt his image as… Continue Reading →

Sedition Case Against Rpper Hard Kaur Over Posts On Yogi Adityanath, RSS

A first information report or FIR has been filed against Hard Kaur in Varanasi under various sections of the Indian Penal Code that includes sedition. All India | Hard Kaur, aka Taran Kaur Dhillon, was born in India; she later moved… Continue Reading →

“Attack Not only on Journalists’ Right to Write but also on Readers’ Right to Read”

17 Jun 2019 08:06 PM, IST India Tomorrow New Delhi, June 17—The recent incidences of arrests of journalists across India and violent assaults inflicted on some other scribes have left the civil society contemplating about the dangers the advocates of… Continue Reading →

Kerala to US, cartooning is in the crosshairs

The art of political cartooning has always had its ups and downs but in the age of social media outrage and thin-skinned autocrats, the few square inches of visual satire are fighting for survival First, The New York Times published… Continue Reading →

SC Upholds Free Speech Rights, Orders Immediate Release of Prashant Kanojia

Free Journalist Prashant Kanojia Jailed For “Defaming” Yogi Adityanath: Supreme Court The Supreme Court was hearing a petition by Prashant Kanojia’s wife, challenging his arrest by the Uttar Pradesh. Journalist Prashant Kanojia was arrested by the UP police on Saturday.NEW… Continue Reading →

Gujarat -Train Hawker Sent To 10-Day Judicial Custody For Mimicking Politicians #foe

Toy vendor Avdhesh Dubey’s videos imitating politicians was widely shared on social media. Toy hawker Avdhesh Dubey was apprehended at Surat Railway stationSURAT:  HIGHLIGHTS A hawker used to mimick politicians while selling toys on trains Toy vendor was arrested at… Continue Reading →

Mumbai doctor held for ‘anti-Hindu’ Facebook posts, out on bail

Sources said Nishad, a homoeopathic doctor, was arrested from outside the Mumbai sessions court is out on bail . He was arrested on account of a series of posts on Facebook earlier this month. MUMBAI POLICE on arrested a 38-year-old… Continue Reading →

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