India's independence is safe only as long as the journalist can speak out in front of the power without fear of retaliation: Supreme Court - Synopsis
Parul Madaan 22 May 2020
In the case Arnab Ranjan Goswami vs Union Of India, the Supreme Court held that the exercise of Journalistic freedom lies at the core of the fundamental right to free speech and expression protected by Article 19(1)(a) of the Indian  Constitution and India's freedom will rest safely as long as journalists can speak to power without being chilled by a threat of reprisal. The apex court also stated that the exercise of that fundamental right is not absolute and is answerable to the legal regime.

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