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Observer Desk

Posted on 03.08.17 by

Aadhar and The Right to Privacy- 9 Judge Bench: Day 4 Arguments (C.A. Sundaram)

The 9 judge bench continued to hear arguments on whether privacy was a fundamental right. On Day 4 Mr.C.A. Sundaram began his arguments by categorically stating that a fundamental right could not be read in ‘bits and pieces’. He relied on Kharak Singh to argue that privacy per se is not a fundamental right and… Read More

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Posted on 29.07.17 by

Aadhar and The Right to Privacy- 9 Judge Bench: Day 4 Arguments (Attorney General K.K.Venugopal)

The 4th day of the Right to Privacy hearing continued with arguments from Mr. K K Venugopal who argued that even if the State’s primary argument that the right to privacy was not granted in the Constitution (MP Sharma (1954) and Kharak Singh (1962)) was to be rejected, privacy in itself was too vague a concept… Read More