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History Of Sedition Law In The Republic Of India And Its Implications In The ...

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History Of Sedition LawDraft Provision in 1837 Thomas Macaulay presented the idea of sedition through his draught proposal in the year 1837, which was advanced in and by the British in British Co...

In-depth Analysis of Sedition Law

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Objective In this research, researchers want a critical analysis of the Laws related to sedition. Researcher's main aim is to study the provisions of sedition laws incorporated in the Indian P...

British Era Law Ruling The Rights Of Present

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Sedition, a term against the basic tenets of democracy, still flies high because of the Indian judicial and governmental systems, which still bow their heads in front of the old colonial rules....

Sedition Laws In India: A Critical Analysis

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'Sedition is overt behaviour that aims toward revolt against the existing order through speech and organisation. Sedition frequently involves the violation of a constitution as well as the inst...

An Analysis on Sedition Law

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Constitutionality Of Sedition What Is The Sedition Law? Section 124A defines sedition as: "Whoever, by words, either spoken or written, or by signs, or by visible representation, or otherwise, ...

Sedition Law: An Analysis

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According to the latest NCRB's crime in India report showed that 76 sedition cases were registered across the country in the year 2021, which was 73 registered in 2020 followed by 93 cases regi...

Is Democracy Threatened By Sedition Laws?

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Sedition can be defined as a treason against the State. Though sedition has the same end impact as treason, it is commonly defined as the act of organizing or promoting resistance to the govern...

Law of Sedition in India

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"Section 124....... is perhaps the prince among the political sections of the Indian Penal Code designed to suppress the liberty of the citizen. Affection cannot be manufactured or regulated by...

Staying The Sedition Law

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Recent Development: The recent order in S.G Vombatke vs Union of India has been a monumental moment for the right to dissent, protected under the ambit of Article 19(1)(a), i.e Freedom to Spee...

Section 124A: Journey Of Sedition Law So Far

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Introduction to SeditionSedition can be defined as any conduct or language inciting rebellion against a lawful government. In India, sedition is defined through Section 124-A of the IPC, wherei...