Fundamental rights and frequencies: Right to broadcast

Sport fixing Betting scam in cricket
Chintan Nirala, 4th Year, B.A., LL.B(HONS.), Faculty of Law, Allahabad University Frequencies or Signals are an indispensable requirement for Communication, Media, Entertainment, or Technology. In other words, it is sine qua non for CMET. They may be unsuccessful in serving their purpose without the involvement of frequencies. It is the part of technology through which Entertainment, Media or Communication...

Supreme Court strike down Section 66A of IT Act as unconstitutional

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Bench of Supreme Court, while observing public’s right to know is directly affected by Section 66A and the Section clearly affects the right to freedom of speech and expression enshrined under the Constitution of India, held that Section 66A was unconstitutional because it failed two major tests – the clear and present danger test and the tendency to create public disorder test. The court...

Vishwaroopam: A Critical Analysis On Fundamental Right Of Speech And Expression

Authors: Srividya K Kaimal and Nidhi Bhuwania Speech is a God’s gift to mankind and the basic element for the subsistence of human race. Speech is a form of expression by virtue of which the bare requirement of communication is fulfilled and it is therefore, a basic human right. Every person must have a right to express his thoughts, feelings, opinions, ideas, etc in any form without interference...

Freedom of Religion

Author : Vipin Upadhyay “All religions, with their Gods, their Demi-Gods, and their Prophets, their Messiahs and their Saints, were created by the prejudiced fancy of men who had not attained the full development and full possession of their faculties.” Generally Speaking, Religion is s system of faith and worship of supernatural force which ordains regulates and controls the destiny of human kinds. There...