Freedom, but for whom?

By Parth Govilkar, School of Law, University of Mumbai. In an unparalleled move by the Information and Broadcasting Ministry on 2nd April, 2018, a directive was issued, stating that, the journalists who would be found guilty of writing or broadcasting fake…

Abhiram Singh v C.D. Commachen: An Analysis

By Saloni Sharma, Amity Law School, Delhi. Here’s all you need to know about the aforementioned case of Abhiram Singh v C.D. Commachen, explained to you through a Power Point Presentation:

Judiciary, Media and Public Opinion: An Overview

By Arifa Khan, Post Graduate College of Law, Osmania University, Hyderabad. The media is regarded as the fourth pillar of any democracy. An independent media is necessary for keeping a check on the government and its organs. But with the increasing…