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In their verdict for a case challenging the telecommunications blockade in J&K, the SC has laid down a framework of how the Internet can be suspended, and what rights and legal recourses a citizen has when it is suspended. For the first segment, Apurva Vishwanath, details what the SC’s verdict says about internet suspension and fundamental rights, and why it doesn’t provide immediate relief to Kashmiris. Next, Manoj CG, explain why key Opposition parties were missing from the Opposition meet on CAA, and how the parties present expanded on their Anti CAA position. Last, how the Yogi Adityanath led UP government has identified 32,000 refugees.
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Dec 18th episode: Understanding internet shutdowns and how they affect India
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