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Ministry Of Health Releases First Patient's Charter In The Country
The Draft Charter is available at Health Ministry website and open for stakeholder comments.
India
22 Oct 2018
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Decriminalizing Beggary: Delhi HC Takes A Leap Ahead
The Judgement becomes significant in light of the Courts recognising the inter-disciplinary approach between law and human rights.
India
10 Oct 2018
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Shreya Singhal VS. UOI: Resurgence Of Freedom Of Speech And Expression In The Internet Age
"Let's kill all the lawyers" Had Shakespeare been born five centuries later and tweeted the above line he wrote in Henry VI, Part 2, he could have been arrested and chargesheeted in India, as this could be construed as "causing annoyance" to a class of people.
India
20 Apr 2015
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Death Sentence: Effect Of Delay In Disposal Of Mercy Petition
The issue in question is whether delay in execution of death sentence can be a sufficient ground or reason for substituting such sentence by life imprisonment?
India
29 Jan 2015
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Passport - Power To Impound And Seize
Freedom of movement is a Constitutional right. A citizen is given the liberty to travel, work and reside at any place where he or she wants.
India
27 Jan 2015
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Access To Justice In India
The phrase "access to justice" cannot be easily defined. It is a political, legal, and rhetorical symbol of undeniable power and attractiveness for the subjects of statecraft.
India
27 Jan 2015
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Media Law: The Dire Needs Of The Day
Right to Freedom of Speech and Expression has emerged as a sine qua non in a democracy.
India
22 Oct 2014
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India Becomes Signatory To The Marrakesh Treaty For Visually Impaired
As per the WHO's 2012 data there are around 285 million visually impaired people around the world.
India
 
19 Jun 2014
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Media Trial Versus Free And Fair Administration Of Justice: Need For Guidelines
Freedom of Press is not specifically mentioned in Part III of Indian Constitution, however the Hon'ble Supreme Court in a number of judgments has recognized that freedom of speech and expression also includes freedom of press.
India
16 Sep 2013
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Media Trial Versus Free And Fair Administration Of Justice: Need For Guidelines
Freedom of Press is not specifically mentioned in Part III of Indian Constitution, however the Hon’ble Supreme Court in a number of judgments has recognized that freedom of speech and expression also includes freedom of press.
India
16 Sep 2013
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