Articles about Section 66

After sedition charges, rapper Hard Kaur supports pro-Khalistan campaign

19 Jul 2019

Yogi Adityanath
After sedition charges, rapper Hard Kaur supports pro-Khalistan campaign

A month after she was booked for sedition, rapper Taran Kaur Dhillon, professionally known as Hard Kaur, has joined the secessionist "Referendum 2020" campaign, run by Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), demanding a separate homeland for Sikhs, Khalistan.

Rapper Hard Kaur booked with sedition for comments on Adityanath

20 Jun 2019

Yogi Adityanath
Rapper Hard Kaur booked with sedition for comments on Adityanath

A case has been filed against UK-based rapper Taran Kaur Dhillon, popularly known as Hard Kaur, for her comments against Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, RSS, and its chief Mohan Bhagwat.

Pollachi sex abuse: Four-member gang harassed, videographed 50+ women

12 Mar 2019

Tamil Nadu
Pollachi sex abuse: Four-member gang harassed, videographed 50+ women

In a shocking incident, a group of four men, all in their 20s, sexually harassed over 50 women in Tamil Nadu, police said.

Will Bengaluru punish people for giving a lift? Cops refuse

26 Jun 2018

Mumbai
Will Bengaluru punish people for giving a lift? Cops refuse

By now, you must have learnt that it's illegal to give lift to a stranger, courtesy Mumbaikar Nitin Nair.

Prakash Raj lodges plaint against PostCard news for derogatory articles

05 Apr 2018

Narendra Modi
Prakash Raj lodges plaint against PostCard news for derogatory articles

Trouble seems to be mounting for arrested Postcard News co-founder Mahesh Vikram Hegde.

Postcard News founder arrested for allegedly spreading fake news

30 Mar 2018

Karnataka
Postcard News founder arrested for allegedly spreading fake news

The founder of Postcard News was arrested on Thursday for allegedly spreading fake news about a Jain monk attacked by a Muslim youth.

Government to strengthen existing laws to curb offensive online speech

20 Aug 2017

India
Government to strengthen existing laws to curb offensive online speech

In 2015, the Supreme Court quashed Section 66(A) of the Information Technology Act, calling it "unconstitutional".