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UAPA: The Predicaments of Interpreting a Manifestly Vaguely Worded Law

By Simran Kaur India‚Äôs constitutional mandate on its cherished promise of free speech has withstood several upheavals of time. The jurisprudence spanned over seven decades has been interpreted in the light of the principles of a democratic political society. The underlying basis of this entails exercising the fundamental right to free speech as a citizen, […]