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Wednesday , March 25 , 2015
 
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26/11-bitten MPs rushed 66A through

The 26/11 attacks had happened less than a month ago. India's urban civil society was bristling against politicians. And the barrage of Internet posts targeting them had united MPs across the board.   | Read..
 

An early victim

Two-and-a-half years ago, he had felt "weird" to be dragged to a police lock-up on the charge of insulting the Constitution with his cartoons.   | Read..
 

The trigger

To Mohammad Farooq Dhada, today's Supreme Court judgment against Section 66A of the IT act is "my daughter's victory".   | Read..
 

Ambikesh is happy, hopes cops will reform

Calcutta, March 24: The Jadavpur University professor whose plight made Section 66A a household name in Bengal today declared himself "extremely happy" at the...   | Read..
 

Cyber cheer

Social media users celebrated the verdict with tweets and Facebook posts. A sample:   | Read..
 

Not question of morality: SC

The Supreme Court today cited an earlier case filed by the Bengal government against the ABP Group, which publishes The Telegraph, while asserting that freedom of speech...   | Read..
 

Tech-savvy BJP fights somersault charge

The BJP and the Centre today denied any somersault on their "stated" position on Section 66A but the party's cyber fans were a tad disappointed with the...   | Read..
 

Boot on other foot, Cong smacks lips

The architect of the controversial Section 66A today welcomed the Supreme Court's verdict, thrilled that the ruling BJP would have to feel the pinch of unbridled freedom on...   | Read..
 

Sibal blames misuse, PC gaps in law

Former law and IT minister Kapil Sibal gave a qualified thumbs-up to today's Supreme Court judgment while his UPA colleague P. Chidambaram welcomed it whole-heartedly, both...   | Read..
 

Modi summons, VK asks if he should quit

Intemperate tweets by junior foreign minister V.K. Singh last night forced Prime Minister Narendra Modi today to intervene to defuse a political crisis, but the handling...   | Read..
 

Meerut victims vow to fight on

Zaibun Nesa isn't giving up. Twenty-eight years of futile wait has only toughened her resolve.   | Read..
 

Youth finds family through WhatsApp

If you thought technology was a good servant but a bad master, proof has now arrived from Tamil Nadu.   | Read..
 

Cong to speak in 67 voices

The problem that plagued the Congress's communications was quality. The party has now come up with a solution: quantity.   | Read..
 

Paramahamsa on Modi dinner guest wish list

The man who sipped lemon-flavoured water while his host tucked into a mouth-watering spread has revealed who he would like as his dinner guests.   | Read..
 

Lee funeral

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will fly to Singapore for a day on March 29 to attend the state funeral of the city-state’s founder Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, who...   | Read..
 
An early victim