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Central Government Act Article 19(2) in The Constitution Of India 1949 (2) Nothing in sub clause (a) of clause
Central Government Act
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would violate Art. 19(1) (a) and would fall outside the Protection afforded by Art. 19(2). [777B ... 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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incitement- to an offence as laid down under Article 19 [2] of the Constitution. Al- though, therefore ... possible for the reasons mentioned in Article 19 [2 ], to restrict their telecasting. As regards the organised events
Supreme Court of India
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India: Part III-Fundamental Rights- Article 19(1)(a) & 19(2). Freedom of Speech and Expression-Scope of-Includes ... telecast should be justified by law under Article 19(2)- Onus lies on the party who refuses to telecast
Supreme Court of India
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eight subjects covered in Article 19(2). According to them, the causing of annoyance, inconvenience, danger, obstruction, insult, injury, criminal ... will are all outside the purview of Article 19(2). Further, in creating an offence, Section 66A suffers from
Supreme Court of India
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India and the parallel restrictions contemplated under Articles 19(2) and 19(3) respectively, I would also gauge the dimensions ... absolute in their terms and application. Articles 19(2) and 19(3), respectively, control the freedoms available to a citizen
Supreme Court of India
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offence. 5. The learned Advocate-General contended that Article 19(2) provides that the operation of existing laws ... made in future. Article 19(2 ), as originally enacted, laid down that the provisions of Article 19(1)(a) shall
Allahabad High Court
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passages come within the exception provided in Clause (2) of Article 19 has to be considered. We have already held ... offend against Article 19(1)(a) or Article 19 )(2) of the Constitution and secondly that this High Court
Madras High Court
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democratic activity unless it is specifically prohibited under Article 19 (2) of the Constitution of India and such law imposes ... reasonable restrictions on grounds set out under Article 19(2) of the Constitution. The reasonable limitations
Madras High Court
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right to freedom of speech and expression. Article 19(2) reads: Nothing in sub-clause (a) of Clause (1) shall ... tested within the framework of Article 19(1)(a) read with 19(2). It is a settled principle of interpretation
Andhra High Court
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