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Allowing the Writ Petitions, ^ HELD: 1. The expression 'freedom of press' has not been used in Article ... which guarantees freedom of speech and expression. Freedom of press means freedom from interference from authority which would have
Supreme Court of India
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this Court that freedom of speech and expression includes freedom of the Press and circulation. The Press has the right ... established freedom of the press to speak and express. That freedom cannot be abridged and taken away by the manner
Supreme Court of India
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Court held that the freedom of speech and expression includes freedom of propagation of ideas and that freedom is ensured ... Court held that the expression "freedom of the press" has not been used in Article 19 , but it is comprehended
Supreme Court of India
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expediency--Obligatory duty of State to protect freedom of expression. HEADNOTE: The appellant, S. Rangarajan is a film producer ... liberal manner in the light of the freedom of expression guaranteed under the Constitution. It was assert- ed that
Supreme Court of India
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Government and thus interfere with their freedom of expression. They further point out that the Act and the Order ... result that they are able to destroy the freedom of expression of others. A free press, it is said, cannot
Supreme Court of India
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crucial aspects. Hence, this separate opinion. I. (1). Freedom of expression and right to information In the Constitution ... dimension has been added to the concept of freedom of expression so as to bring within its ambit
Supreme Court of India
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calls to strike a balance between the freedom of speech and expression, a salutary right in a liberal democratic society
Supreme Court of India
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constitutionally valid being reasonable restrictions on the Freedom of Speech and Expression under Article 19(2) of the Constitution ... said right speaks of freedom of speech and expression. Such a fundamental
Supreme Court of India
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infringement of the citizen's right to freedom of expression and became void under Article 13(1) of the Constitution ... State Prosecutor pointed out that the well known expression "freedom of the press" or "the liberty of the press
Madras High Court
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important issue which fundamentally relates to freedom of thought and expression, would be inappropriate and a poem or a write ... Court and thereafter to the concept of freedom of speech and expression on the constitutional parameters and finally delve
Supreme Court of India
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