The Jammu and Kashmir High Court ruled on Wednesday that calling Kashmir "occupied Kashmir" and its residents as "slaves" does not enjoy protection under the Constitution's Article 19 (A), on right to freedom of speech and expression.
Micro blogging site Twitter generally does not adhere to the principle of ‘Free Speech’, proved Elon Musk’s 79 million Twitter followers who participated in a poll on the micro blogging platform.
Bhubaneswar: Following the arrest of journalist Abhijit-Iyer Mitra for allegedly making derogatory remarks against Odisha and Konark Sun Temple, social media users today condemned such step by Odisha police terming it as bizarre and violation of freedom of speech. People from all walks of life including writers, historians and reputed names in national media reacted […]
Mumbai: Actor-writer Ashutosh Rana, reacting to veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah’s ‘freedom of speech’ video, has said people should not express their opinions in a disgraceful manner. Days after triggering a controversy by speaking about his concerns over his children’s safety in India, Shah on Friday, in a video uploaded by the Amnesty India, alleged that […]