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People’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) Cordially invites you to the 35th JP Memorial Lecture  on A State of Emergency Date: March 23 2015 (Monday), 5.00pm St. Joseph’s College 36,Langford Road, Langford [...]
Since the mid-2000s, Karnataka has borne witness to the rise of vigilante groups who claim, among other things, to be “protecting culture”. They violently attack those who violate their ideals of segregated [...]
Smarika Kumar writes her views on the strong hold of monopolies of media in India. An edited version of the following first appeared on Scroll.in While walking to work today, I saw an advertisement for CNBC-TV18 [...]
ILLICIT BODIES OUT-OF-BODY AND OUT-OF-LAW EXPERIENCES The illicit body is fleshy and real, it is brazen and truthful; it is the body of the prostitute, the pirate, the performance artist, the transgender, the [...]
Published in Deccan Herald on 26 November [...]
Kabir Kala Manch will perform today at St. Aloysius Degree College Auditorium, No. 585, Assaye Road, Cox Town, Bangalore Land Mark: Behind Indian Gymkhana Club | 5:00-7:00 pm | Stand by the group in solidarity and [...]
Published in The New Indian Express on 29 October [...]
Defamation law is guided to a large extent by the core struggle between the right to reputation on one hand, and free expression on the other. The module begins by unpacking multiple understandings of reputation, [...]
Course Design Defamation law is guided to a large extent by the core struggle between the right to reputation on one hand, and free expression on the other. The module begins by unpacking multiple understandings of [...]
This section contains teaching modules being developed as part of the MPL Project. These modules explore specific aspects of media law and media policy, and are conducted in both Instruction and Workshop modes. The [...]