Privacy Fundamental


'Privacy Fundamental' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Opposition Salutes Supreme Court For 'Privacy Fundamental Right' Verdict

    Opposition Salutes Supreme Court For 'Privacy Fundamental Right' Verdict

    The landmark judgment from the Supreme Court that today said that the Right to Privacy is a fundamental right of citizens guaranteed by the constitution, has been hailed by a most of the opposition parties and the civil society. The unanimous verdict from the nine-judge bench said privacy comes under the Right To Life and Liberty.

  • 'Impossible To Use Aadhaar To Track Citizens', Supreme Court Told

    'Impossible To Use Aadhaar To Track Citizens', Supreme Court Told

    It is virtually impossible to use Aadhaar to track citizens, the agency that has issued the identification number to millions of Indians told the Supreme Court on Tuesday. The Unique Identification Authority of India, or UIDAI, said there were safeguards built into the law and its systems to ensure that the government could not use Aadhaar for surv...

  • Non-BJP Ruled States Move Supreme Court In Favour Of Right To Privacy

    Non-BJP Ruled States Move Supreme Court In Favour Of Right To Privacy

    Three non-BJP ruled states and one union territory today moved the Supreme Court seeking to intervene in the ongoing hearing on the issue of whether the Right to Privacy can be declared as one of the Fundamental Rights under the Constitution.

  • Right To Privacy Is Not Absolute, Observes Supreme Court Judge: 10 Points

    Right To Privacy Is Not Absolute, Observes Supreme Court Judge: 10 Points

    The right to privacy is not absolute and cannot be catalogued as it includes everything, a Supreme Court judge said on Wednesday. A nine-judge bench is revisiting the question of privacy 55 years after the Supreme Court decided that it is not a basic right for citizens. The decision of the judges is pivotal to petitions that challenge making the Aa...

  • As 9 Judges Hear Aadhaar Case, Centre's View On Right To Privacy Slammed

    As 9 Judges Hear Aadhaar Case, Centre's View On Right To Privacy Slammed

    A nine-judge constitution bench will begin hearing arguments today on whether privacy is a fundamental right of citizens, a question which is pivotal in a case in the Supreme Court challenging the Aadhaar scheme.

  • Do Indians Have Right To Privacy? 9 Judges To Hear Case Key To Aadhaar

    Do Indians Have Right To Privacy? 9 Judges To Hear Case Key To Aadhaar

    A nine-judge constitution bench will decide whether privacy is a fundamental right enshrined in the constitution, a question which is pivotal in a case challenging the Aadhar scheme for Indians.

'Privacy Fundamental' - 5 Video Result(s)

'Privacy Fundamental' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Opposition Salutes Supreme Court For 'Privacy Fundamental Right' Verdict

    Opposition Salutes Supreme Court For 'Privacy Fundamental Right' Verdict

    The landmark judgment from the Supreme Court that today said that the Right to Privacy is a fundamental right of citizens guaranteed by the constitution, has been hailed by a most of the opposition parties and the civil society. The unanimous verdict from the nine-judge bench said privacy comes under the Right To Life and Liberty.

  • 'Impossible To Use Aadhaar To Track Citizens', Supreme Court Told

    'Impossible To Use Aadhaar To Track Citizens', Supreme Court Told

    It is virtually impossible to use Aadhaar to track citizens, the agency that has issued the identification number to millions of Indians told the Supreme Court on Tuesday. The Unique Identification Authority of India, or UIDAI, said there were safeguards built into the law and its systems to ensure that the government could not use Aadhaar for surv...

  • Non-BJP Ruled States Move Supreme Court In Favour Of Right To Privacy

    Non-BJP Ruled States Move Supreme Court In Favour Of Right To Privacy

    Three non-BJP ruled states and one union territory today moved the Supreme Court seeking to intervene in the ongoing hearing on the issue of whether the Right to Privacy can be declared as one of the Fundamental Rights under the Constitution.

  • Right To Privacy Is Not Absolute, Observes Supreme Court Judge: 10 Points

    Right To Privacy Is Not Absolute, Observes Supreme Court Judge: 10 Points

    The right to privacy is not absolute and cannot be catalogued as it includes everything, a Supreme Court judge said on Wednesday. A nine-judge bench is revisiting the question of privacy 55 years after the Supreme Court decided that it is not a basic right for citizens. The decision of the judges is pivotal to petitions that challenge making the Aa...

  • As 9 Judges Hear Aadhaar Case, Centre's View On Right To Privacy Slammed

    As 9 Judges Hear Aadhaar Case, Centre's View On Right To Privacy Slammed

    A nine-judge constitution bench will begin hearing arguments today on whether privacy is a fundamental right of citizens, a question which is pivotal in a case in the Supreme Court challenging the Aadhaar scheme.

  • Do Indians Have Right To Privacy? 9 Judges To Hear Case Key To Aadhaar

    Do Indians Have Right To Privacy? 9 Judges To Hear Case Key To Aadhaar

    A nine-judge constitution bench will decide whether privacy is a fundamental right enshrined in the constitution, a question which is pivotal in a case challenging the Aadhar scheme for Indians.

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