I wrote last week about the debate over the private lives of public figures currently raging in the West. When I posted that column, I could not name the football player who had obtained a super-injunction preventing the media from reporting about his love life. Read more

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Contrary to what many people seem to think, the libel laws in India are not weak. The problem is not with the laws themselves but with the judicial system. It takes several years for any case to be resolved. And libel cases are no exception. Read more

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I was surprised to learn that the government is setting up a group of ministers to examine how best to communicate with the media. Read more

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