Sedition Law

Politics and sedition make a lethal mix

Politics and sedition make a lethal mix

One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter is the war cry of those who oppose the sedition law in India and this is very true b...Read More

No proposal to scrap sedition law: Govt tells Lok Sabha

No proposal to scrap sedition law: Govt tells Lok Sabha

New Delhi: The government informed the Lok Sabha on Tuesday that there is no proposal to scrap the sedition law, under which the maximum ...Read More

Smriti Irani dares Rahul Gandhi to repeat anti-national slogan in public

Smriti Irani dares Rahul Gandhi to repeat anti-national slogan in public

NEW DELHI: Days after Congress leader Kapil Sibal questioned the need for a sedition law, Union Minister Smriti Irani dared his party Pre...Read More

Scrap sedition law, demands Kapil Sibal

Scrap sedition law, demands Kapil Sibal

New Delhi: Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Wednesday demanded that the sedition law be scrapped as those in power are “manipulating...Read More

Invoking the law on sedition lightly

Invoking the law on sedition lightly

Sedition law should be rarely, if ever, invoked in a democratic country. Though there are those who question its very presence in the Ind...Read More

Law panel chief recommends reconsideration of Sedition Law

Law panel chief recommends reconsideration of Sedition Law

New Delhi: The sedition law, which has come under focus after the JNU row, needs “reconsideration,” newly-appointed Law Commission Chairm...Read More

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Definition of Sedition law ‘very wide’: Government

New Delhi: Government today acknowledged that the definition of Sedition law is “very wide” and said it is being reviewed by the Law Comm...Read More

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Law Comm sets up subgroups to deliberate on sedition law

New Delhi: Amidst the controversy over slapping of sedition charges, government today said the Law Commission has conveyed that it has id...Read More

Sedition law ‘necessary’ to stop talks against country: Hegde

Sedition law ‘necessary’ to stop talks against country: Hegde

Hyderabad: Former Solicitor General of India N Santosh Hegde today said he is in “favour” of the sedition law as some “restrictions” are ...Read More

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