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Even in the case of Lok Sabha and Assembly elections, seeking dismissal of the writ petition.The bench posted the matter to September 1 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ANANTHAKRISHNAN G | New Delhi | Updated: October 6 2017 7:00 am Supreme Court of India (File) Related News A hearing in the Supreme Court Thursday on a petition dealing with irresponsible remarks by public functionaries on matters under investigation turned into a debate on limits to free speech with senior advocate Harish Salve advocating control of social media and Justice D Y Chandrachud taking exception to a senior lawyer’s remarks which suggested that the top court was being dominated by pro-government judges Without naming anyone Justice Chandrachud said: “The president of a Bar Association was on TV saying Supreme Court is dominated by pro-government judges Let them come and sit in court for even a day and see how the government is hauled everyday in court” Late last month after Justice Jayant Patel of Karnataka High Court resigned following his transfer to Allahabad High Court senior advocate and former Supreme Court Bar Association president Dushyant Dave appearing on NDTV made remarks targeting the Supreme Court collegium Justice Chandrachud was one of three judges on a bench headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra hearing a complaint against former Uttar Pradesh minister Azam Khan who according to the petitioner had described the July 2016 gangrape of a woman and her daughter in Bulandshahr as a “political conspiracy” Salve who is an amicus curiae in the case said people holding high offices like ministers cannot make irresponsible statements on matters under investigation At this CJI Misra wondered aloud whether the court must restrict the issue to criminal matters Salve replied that it should apply to all matters sub-judice Salve cited instances of the media carrying unverified tapes and claiming that they do so in public interest “Can a newspaper publish a tape and say we do not vouch for its authenticity” Salve asked and sought to know what happens to the privacy of the person so defamed This brought the discussion to the question of rights of citizens vis-a-vis private citizens Justice Chandrachud said “In the privacy case we said dangers to privacy do not arise only from the state but in a globally interconnected world it arises from private parties too” Justice Chandrachud also referred to comments that appear below online news reports on observations made by judges during hearings and said even the courts are criticised Salve said “It’s a public domain They have to carry the repercussions” He said he was subjected to abuse on social media when he appeared in a case related to a Christian medical college “I was arguing a case for a Christian medical college The kind of abuses I received… I deleted my Twitter account” Salve said adding “there have to be some rules” Senior advocate Fali S Nariman also an amicus curiae in the matter said social media had its share of problems He said he did not have any social media presence but warned that controls “should not kill our sense of humour” Intervening in the debate CJI Misra said “we are not holding a media trial” The bench which also included Justice A M Khanwilkar referred the question of people holding high offices making irresponsible statements to a Constitution Bench Both Nariman and Salve agreed The bench said that though some questions had already been framed the Constitution Bench would be free to frame its own questions and answer them For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Srinagar | Updated: October 10 2014 6:08 pm Hurriyat Conference Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq said the ‘instability and distrust between the two countries cannot be addressed until Kashmir issue is resolved’ (Source: Reuters photo/file) Related News Moderate Hurriyat Conference Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Friday called upon the leadership of India and Pakistan to observe restraint and resume the stalled dialogue process for resolution of all issues including Kashmir “The leadership of India and Pakistan need to observe restraint on borders and Line of Control as common people have borne the brunt of hostilities between the two countries” Mirwaiz said in a statement here Mirwaiz said the need of the hour was that “India and Pakistan restart the stalled dialogue process and involve the leadership of Kashmir also in order to find an amicable solution to the Kashmir dispute” Mirwaiz expressed regret over the loss of life and property on the both sides of Line of Control Describing the Kashmir issue as the major cause of tension between the two nuclear armed neighbours the Hurriyat chairman said the “instability and mistrust between the two countries cannot be addressed untill this issue is resolved” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBesides Sharif he had phone conversations- the calls lasted 5 to 7 minutes each- with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena and Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani Nearly six months after India cancelled Foreign Secretary-level talks with Pakistan over its envoy’s meeting with Hurriyat leaders Prime Minister Narendra Modi called up counterpart Nawaz Sharif Friday and said Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar will visit Pakistan as part of the SAARC Yatra Modi spoke to Sharif as part of his “cricket diplomacy” conveying his best wishes to four SAARC leaders whose countries’ cricket teams are playing in the World Cup starting Saturday India and Pakistan meet on Sunday Besides Sharif he had phone conversations — the calls lasted 5 to 7 minutes each — with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena and Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani During his conversation with Sharif Modi said that S Jaishankar who took charge as Foreign Secretary a fortnight ago will be embarking on a tour of all SAARC countries including Pakistan over the next few months This “will not be one long visit covering all seven countries” but will be decided on the basis of availability of the Foreign Secretary’s counterparts and other logistical factors sources said Jaishankar is likely to undertake the visits after a fortnight and will complete his tour in the next few months sources said Foreign Secretaries usually visit SAARC countries as their first stop but this time the tour is going to be a more structured affair This development comes a day after Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit met Jaishankar on Thursday Officials called it a “courtesy call” and said it was a “cordial” meeting where both discussed the status of Indo-Pak ties Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said Jaishankar will go to Pakistan and other SAARC countries to carry forward the discussions on Modi’s proposals pertaining to SAARC — among them the SAARC satellite medical visas business traveller card vaccines —- and also “bilateral agenda” “Sure we have a bilateral agenda with all SAARC countries and we will pursue that bilateral agenda too within the constraints of short visit to each of these countries… Every leader and diplomat uses every opportunity to push the bilateral agenda” he said adding “Obviously no one misuses an opportunity available” In Islamabad the Prime Minister’s office said in a statement that Modi made a phone call to Sharif Friday morning and informed that the Indian Foreign Secretary would visit Pakistan “After greetings and pleasantries Prime Minister Modi informed the Prime Minister that India’s new Foreign Secretary will soon visit all SAARC counties and would also like to visit Pakistan” the statement said “The Prime Minister recalling his meeting with the Prime Minister of India on 27th May 2014 welcomed the visit of Indian Foreign Secretary to Pakistan to discuss all issues of common interest” This move comes six months after New Delhi cancelled talks with Pakistan Last August then Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh was to travel to Islamabad but the talks were called off after New Delhi objected to the Pakistan High Commissioner’s meeting with the Hurriyat The MEA spokesperson maintained that the Foreign Secretary’s visit is an exercise in continuity to carry on the PM’s vision of SAARC “Cricket is the metaphor for connectivity in SAARC” Akbaruddin said During his phone conversation Modi is learnt to have recalled how Sharif had played with Imran Khan — then captain of the Pakistan cricket team — in a warm-up match in Lahore Sharif is said to have laughed and said “Kaash woh din laut aaye (I wish those days could come back)” Imran and Sharif are political opponents in Pakistan with Khan’s party staging protests against the Sharif government on a range of issues During his conversation with Sirisena Modi was said to have told him that Sri Lankan cricketer Lasith Malinga is very popular in Mumbai as he played for the Mumbai Indians cricket team in the Indian Premier League Similarly with Hasina he recalled how Shakib Al Hasan leading Bangladesh cricketer is popular in Kolkata where he played for the Kolkata Knight Riders Modi announced his phone call to his counterparts Friday morning on Twitter He also announced the SAARC Yatra “Spoke to President Ashraf Ghani Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and President Sirisena Conveyed my best wishes for the Cricket World Cup” Modi tweeted Noting that five SAARC nations are playing and are excited about the World Cup Modi said “am sure WC will celebrate sportsman spirit and will be a treat for sports lovers Cricket connects people in our region and promotes goodwill Hope players from SAARC region play with passion and bring laurels to the region” he said The Prime Minister also tweeted “Would be sending our new Foreign Secretary on a SAARC Yatra soon to further strengthen our ties” The engagement with SAARC is expected to get a fillip with two Presidential visits expected to take place this month While Sirisena is coming to India next week Ashraf Ghani is likely to visit by February-end Modi is also expected to visit Sri Lanka next month Recommend this story: TAGS: Cricket World Cup India Pakistan ties Narendra Modi Two important pages with notings on the previous chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda’s decision to constitute a three-member inquiry panel in October 2012, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar told reporters, one of the most powerful families of Bollywood.

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