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MediaOne Ban: SC To Decide If the Government Can Refuse Revealing Reasons For Ban On National Security Grounds

MediaOne opposed the practice of handing documents to Court in sealed cover stating that it disadvantages the opposite party

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Sealed Covers: Safeguarding Secrets or Eroding Transparency?

DESK BRIEF: Government agencies have begun to submit evidence to the Supreme Court in ‘sealed covers’ with increasing frequency.

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SCO Shorts: Sealed Cover Jurisprudence

When do parties submit information to the Court in 'sealed covers', and why does it matter?

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SC Stays MediaOne TV Ban, Grants Petitioners Interim Relief

A three-Judge Bench stayed the Malayalam channel's ban, permitting it to resume operations until the Court reaches a final verdict.

15th Mar 2022

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MediaOne TV Ban: Will the Court Balance Free Speech and National Security?

Amidst concerns of national security, the Supreme Court shall next hear the challenge to MediaOne TV's ban on March 15th.

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