India Supreme Court Ruling on Right to Privacy Closely Watched by US Businesses

The 'extent of the right of privacy has not been spelled out' in the court's decision, advises professor Vikramaditya Khanna.

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The 'extent of the right of privacy has not been spelled out' in the court's decision, advises professor Vikramaditya Khanna.

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  • dr guru balakrishnan

    fundamental right is controlled by Art 368 that article never allows any article falling under part III of the indian constitution cannot be interfered by any legislative authority case law champakam doraiswamy v st of madras by FB of supreme court (1951) so it struck down the Madras govt order providing reservation in medical and engineering seats is the then madras govt

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