Freedom of Speech
‘Even those who supported the LDF expressed concern’: Pinarayi Vijayan puts draconian law ‘on hold’ but justifies its necessity
Section 118A of the Kerala Police Act will not be implemented for now and kept in abeyance, CM Pinarayi Vijayan announced on Monday.
The Communists who once ruled Bengal with an iron hand would laugh at his Kerala's new draconian law. Kim Jong Un would be so unimpressed.
Communist govt in Kerala passes ordinance that can get anyone arrested for criticism of anyone on any media platform: Read details
The ordinance gives unbridled powers for law enforcement agencies in Kerala to curtail freedom of press and arrest anybody
Vietnam: Facebook bends over backwards to appease communist regime by censoring ‘anti-state’ comments: All you need to know
The Vietnamese government has threatened to close down Facebook if it did not censor anti-state political content on the platform
Maharashtra Human Rights Commission issues summons to Mumbai Police Commissioner over the arrest of Republic TV’s Assistant VP
Advocate Aditya Mishra had complained against Mumbai police commissioner over the arrest Republic TV's Assistant VP
Supreme Court grants bail to Arnab Goswami in 2018 suicide case, directs Maharashtra police to release him immediately
The Supreme Court also slammed the Bombay High Court for not granting bail to Arnab Goswami citing technicalities
Lawyer Vibhor Anand to stay in jail despite blaming Arnab Goswami’s Republic for his own tweets in Sushant Singh Rajput death case
Advocate Vibhor Anand, who had been tweeted incessantly about the Sushant Singh Rajput death is to stay in jail
Republic TV CFO moves SC challenging the Mumbai Police summons in ‘TRP scam’ drama, asks them to hold investigation till hearing
Republic TV CFO Sundaram has written a letter to Mumbai police stating he would be available to join investigations only by October 14.
Sudarshan News case: Dalit activist Sanjiv Newar to file intervention petition in Supreme Court after his comments were portrayed as ‘hate speech’
Sanjeev Newar stated that his comments in the 'UPSC Jihad' show were misinterpreted as 'hate speech' and 'fake information.'
The Supreme Court has not taken kindly to a show by Sudarshan News, criticising a 'particular community'