The policy on community radio is less about the right to freedom of expression and more about prescriptions for development,
made worse by bureaucratic implementation, says RAM BHAT, in the first of a two-part report.
Free speech and freedom of expression are the raison d'Ăªtre of CR anywhere in the world and they are going well beyond their mandates to do so in India,
but it is imperative they are given a boost, says DR. KANCHAN K. MALIK
A historical analysis of the development of free speech in cinema and broadcasting reveals the importance of the individual’s viewership rights,
says LAWRENCE LIANG, in the second of a two-part series that examines the history of the relationship between Art. 19 (1) (a) and Broadcasting in India