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JKJ 2011 (2) J-20

Freedom of Press With Reference To Media Trials In India

Aditi Khosla & Hafiz Gouran [4th Year Students of Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar]

Article 19(1)(a) of the Indian Constitution provides for the freedom of speech and expression. The Supreme Court of India, in Life Insurance Corporation of India v. Manubhai D Shah  observed that the “freedom of press” in Article 19 means the right to express one’s convictions and opinions freely, by word of mouth, writing, printing, pictures or electronic media or in any other manner. The freedom of media can be located under this article.

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