Documentary film-maker Pankaj Butalia's The Textures of Loss provokes an SC judge to comment on balanced portrayal.
Is there no place for ‘cinema verite' in documentaries, asks SAURAV DATTA. Pix: Pankaj Butalia, incrisd.slashnode.in
The law allows authorities to block large amounts of content in secrecy, without adequate demonstration of necessity, and in a disproportionate manner.
The rules for blocking provide little by way of rights safeguards, says JAYSHREE BAJORIA
Upset with Monalisa Changkija's new book, the tribal body Ao Senden has banned it.
Once again, writes SUBIR BHAUMIK, the issue of freedom of expression is at stake. (Pix: Monalisa Changkija; photo credit: northeastreview.wordpress.com)
Indians are routinely subjected to government surveillance on a staggering scale -7500 to 9000 telephone interception orders by the Central Government each month!
Excerpt from a report by SOFTWARE FREEDOM LAW CENTRE, INDIA