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Bombay High Court allows activist Sunaina Holey to approach the court in case of any urgency, assures immunity from arrest for two weeks

The court directed the police to serve a notice of minimum 48 hours in case they intended to arrest Sunaina Holey

“Release my journalists, you have not written the constitution,” Republic TV chief Arnab Goswami demands immediate release of two reporters arrested by Maharashtra govt

Arnab Goswami said that Shiv Sena cannot touch his network as the people of Mumbai, Maharashtra and India are with him

Read Sudarshan TV’s statement as Ministry of I and B allows the broadcast of channel’s programme on ‘UPSC jihad’

The Delhi High Court had earlier passed an order to stay the broadcast of the programme.

‘In France, we have freedom of expression’: President Emmanuel Macron refuses to condemn Charlie Hebdo cartoons of Prophet Mohammad

Emmanuel Macron refuses to condemn Charlie Hebdo cartoons of Mohammad, said France has freedom of expression.

Shekhar Gupta falsely accuses authors Sanjeev Sanyal, Anand Ranganathan and Sanjay Dixit of bullying Bloomsbury into withdrawing book on Delhi riots

In the 'Cut the Clutter' video, The Print founder Shekhar Gupta wrongly portrayed that Bloomsbury chickened out of publishing a book on Delhi Riots because of bullying from Sanjeev Sanyal, Dr Anand Ranganathan and Sanjay Dixit

Bloomsbury India Vs Freedom of expression: How ‘liberals’ dictated what could and should be consumed by readers

The self-appointed custodians of freedom of speech decided that the virtual event provided a forum for ‘bigots’ to propagate ‘hate’.

Karnataka High Court grants anticipatory bail to man who had written ‘Quran is more dangerous than Corona’ on Facebook

Advocate Sachin BS appearing for the accused argued that Kaniyoor is a public servant and since no permission was sought before filing the complaint, the question of taking cognisance of the matter did not arise.

When Nehru curbed press freedom and freedom of expression to protect ‘moral standards’ of Indians and faced opposition by all his opponents

Jawaharlal Nehru, who is again ironically hailed as a beacon of liberalism, was insistent on curbing the freedom of the press.

Civil liberties group sues US President Donald Trump for his executive order to regulate social media, alleges the order curbs free speech

NGO Centre for Democracy and Technology files federal lawsuit against Donald Trump's order to regulate social media

‘We are shocked at the brazen and desperate strong-arm tactics of the State Home Minister’, Republic TV accuses Maharashtra govt of vendetta

The Republic TV also accused the Maharashtra government of re-opening cases against the media houses for after it exposed fake claims made by the Maharashtra government regarding the unavailability of trains.

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