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Freedom of Speech and Expression

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  • General Information  
    Author(s)Kush Kalra
    PublisherCentral Law Publications
    Edition1st Edition
    ISBN9789384961428
    Pages398
    BindingHardbond
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearDecember 2016

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    Central Law Publications Freedom of Speech and Expression by Kush Kalra

    Speech is God's gift to mankind. Through speech a human being conveys his thoughts, sentiments and feelings to others. Freedom of speech and expression is thus a natural right which a human being acquires on birth. It is, therefore, a basic human right. "Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; the right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek and receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers" proclaims the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948). The People of India declared in the Preamble of the Constitution which they gave unto themselves their resolve to secure to all citizens liberty of thought and expression. This resolve is reflected in Article 19(1)(a) which is one of the articles found in Part III of the Constitution which enumerates the Fundamental Rights. The words 'freedom of speech and expression' must, therefore, be broadly construed to include the freedom to circulate one's views by words of mouth or in writing or through audio-visual instrumentalities. It, therefore, includes the right to propagate one's views through the print media or through any other communication channel e.g. the radio and the television. Every citizen of this free country therefore has the right to air his or her views through the printing and/or the electronic media subject of course to permissible restrictions imposed under Article 19(2) of the Constitution. The print media, the radio and the tiny screen play the role of public educators, so vital to the growth of a healthy democracy. The book “Freedom of Speech and Expression” will be of immense help for layman to understand the legal issues related to free speech and expression in simple and effective manner and will make people aware about there rights and duties.