Kharak Singh

  1. CCG on the Privacy Judgment

    Written by the Civil Liberties team at CCG A 9 judge bench of the Supreme Court of India passed a landmark judgment two weeks ago, which unanimously recognized the right to privacy as a fundamental right under the Constitution of India. The Court found the right to privacy to… Read More

  2. A basic right is in danger

    The post originally appeared in The Hindu on 31st July 2015. The Attorney General’s argument questioning the right of Indians to privacy is wrong on two counts. But worse, it goes against the interests of the people on every count. “While opinions may vary about Aadhar, the government is expected… Read More

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