Restrictions on Rights of Film-Makers in India with Respect to Censorship: Are they ‘Reasonable’? – A Critical Study by Tejas Hinder  

Abstract Freedom of speech and expression simply means that a person has a fundamental right to express his/her views through any means of communication. Although this is a fundamental freedom, it is not absolute. The state can put reasonable restrictions to curb the given right under Art. 19(2). There is no express clause that says […]

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