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Police crackdown on couples: Is it illegal for young adults to sit in a public place?

Article 19 (freedom of expression), Article 20 (protection in respect of conviction of offences) and Article 21 (right to life and personal liberty) are the three provisions of the Constitution which come to rescue in case of an illegal arrest.

Judiciary obliged to stand with citizens on fundamental rights: CJI Misra

"Nobody intends, nobody desires to enter upon the policy making areas. We don't make policies but we interpret policies and that's our job," he added.

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Citizen Hope: The School is Shut

Article 21 (a) - All children between the age of 6 and 14 shall have the right to education

Citizen Hope: The Soul of the Law

Article 32-35: All citizens shall have the right to constitutional remedies

Citizen Hope: The Imam’s Call

Articles 15 and 25 - All citizens shall have the right to freedom of religion

Citizen Hope: Dead Men Tell No Tales

Article 19(1)(a) - All citizens shall have the right to freedom of speech and expression

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Citizen Hope: Stuck on the Threshold

Articles 14-18 - All citizens shall have the right to equality

Citizen Hope: A Kid With a Camera

Article 23 and 24 - All citizens shall have the right against exploitation

Citizen Hope: This Life of Mine

Article 21 - Protection of Life and Personal Liberty

Supreme Court verdict on right to privacy next week

The strength and status of right to privacy has been called into question by the government, which has disputed that privacy is a fundamental right.

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