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124A , 505-Constitution of India, Arts. (19)(1)(a), 19(2). HEADNOTE: Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code which ... provisions of s. 505 were clearly saved by Art. 19(2). ^ JUDGMENT: CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION:- Criminal Appeal
Supreme Court of India
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Constitution of India, Arts. 19(1)(a), 19(1)(g), 19(2), 19(6). HEADNOTE: These two petitions challenged ... Constitution and were not saved by Arts. 19(2) and 19(6) of the Constitution. It was urged that
Supreme Court of India
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Doctrine of severability-Applicability-Constitution of India, Arts. 19(1) (a), 19(2)U.P. Special Powers ... public order and was thus protected by Art. 19(2) of the Constitution. Held, that even though in a comprehensive
Supreme Court of India
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justice definitely suffers. [97C-E] Therefore, assuming Art. 19(2) applies to the existing law of contempt the restrictions ... 2 S.C.R. 779, 791, 792 and R. C. Cooper v. Union of India, [1970] 2
Supreme Court of India
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restricted only in the manner permitted by Art. 19(2). He contends that the restriction which can be constitutionally imposed ... Ayyangar, fall within the purview of Art. 19(2 ), and as such any restriction sought to be imposed
Supreme Court of India
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provisions of Section 9 reproduce the provisions of Art. 19(2) of the Constitution. The prohibition relating to offending speech ... clearly enunciated scope and effect of Art. 19 (1) (a) and 19 (2). The test of reasonableness of the restriction
Supreme Court of India
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argument it is necessary to keep in mind Art. 19(2) as it was before its amendment ... stands now.Art, 19(2) prior to the amendment in 1951 was as follows: "Noting in sub-clause
Bombay High Court
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provided under Sections 13(2)(d) and (2)(e), which read as follows: "13.(2)(d) to encourage the growth ... Press having operational freedom in terms of Art.19(1) of Constitution must be understood with liberty with responsibility. This
Kerala High Court
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would fall outside the protection afforded by Art. 19(2) of the Constitution. The impugned Act, judged by its provisions ... fell outside the categories of protection mentioned in Art. 19(2 ), it had not the effect of taking away
Supreme Court of India
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would fall outside the Protection afforded by Art. 19(2). [777B-D] 759 The concept of regulation of fundamental rights ... American First Amendment contains no exceptions like our Art. 19(2) of the Constitution. This Court has established freedom
Supreme Court of India
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