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The Right to Privacy-by Anamika Maheshwari

To give a background to this, there are examples like Shreya Singhal case of 2013, Kharak Singh v. the State of U.P., Wire Tapping cases, Government interference into citizen’s personal social life, and the implementation of the landmark and celebrated judgement of ADHAAR case guidelines. Everyone must have some glimpse of the above-mentioned cases and […]

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Critical analysis on Right to fair trial under Indian Law

Everyone is supposed to be equal before the eyes of the law, this forms the basis of many judicial proceedings across the world and has a maxim to its name as well, “Lex uno ore omnes alloquitur”. This provision is also enshrined in the Indian Constitution under Article 14 exclusively. Conducting a fair trial is […]

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The Right to be Forgotten by Somesh Vaidya @LexCliq

The Delhi High Court has recognised the Right to Be Forgotten, ordering Google and Indian Kanoon to delete a judgement. But what exactly is this right, and how does it connect to the Right to Privacy? In general, the Right to be Forgotten refers to the right to have publicly accessible personal information about an […]

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Navtej Singh Johar vs. UOI (Case Summary) by Somesh Vaidya @LexCliq

  The case began in 2009 when the Delhi High Court declared Section 377 unlawful insofar as it applied to consensual sexual behaviour between two adults of the same sex. Navtej Singh Johar filed the petition, alleging that Section 377 of the Penal Code infringed his constitutional rights to privacy, freedom of speech, equality, human […]

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ARTICLE 21: EXPANDING & EVER-EVOLVING By Rahul Saxena @Lexcliq

ARTICLE 21: EXPANDING & EVER-EVOLVING As said by Justice Field in the celebrated case “Munn v. Illinois” the word “life” is more than mere animal existence and it embraces within itself not only the physical existence but also the quality of life. The expression “personal liberty” not only means freedom from arrest, detention and false […]

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