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dc.contributor.authorKhamroi, Anubhav-
dc.identifier.citationKhamroi, A. (November 09, 2019) Constitutional silences, balancing of rights, and the concept of a “neutralising device”. Indian Constitutional Law and Philosophyen_US
dc.descriptionThe doctrine of balancing of rights have troubled constitutional courts across jurisdictions. The Indian Supreme Court, once again (although, in my opinion, unnecessarily), in Kaushal Kishor v. State of Uttar Pradesh [“Kaushal Kishor”], has taken upon itself the job of balancing two potentially competing fundamental rights, namely – Article 19(1)(a) and Article 21 or any unenumerated right within it. The Constitution Bench passed an order (see here) framing five questionsen_US
dc.publisherIndian Constitutional Law and Philosophyen_US
dc.subjectBalancing Rightsen_US
dc.subjectConstitutional silenceen_US
dc.subjectFreedom of speechen_US
dc.titleConstitutional silences, balancing of rights, and the concept of a “neutralising device”en_US
dc.institutionJindal Global Law Schoolen_US
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