Media and Human Rights

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PROJECT WORK
OF
HUMAN RIGHTS

ON
MEDIA AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Acknowledgement
I would like to take this opportunity to extend a word of my gratitude to my esteemed ‘Human Rights’ faculty Mr. P.P. Rao, who had been a constant source of inspiration for me in the pursuance of this project. Sir has been gracious enough to guide me on the right path which has enabled me to strengthen my efforts. May I also take this opportunity to wish the reader of my project a knowledgeable experience. The project has been made with utmost care & with utmost finesse to see that the information mentioned is to the best of the accuracy and correctness.

SHIVANGI SINGH

Research Methodology

The method of research adopted in this project is doctrinal and non doctrinal in nature. The library facilities of Chanakya National Law University have been duly availed of by the researcher. The books available in the library have greatly helped in collecting relevant data for the project. Due to constraint of space, the topic has been covered in a brief and candid way. The research plan adopted was that the researcher first read about the topic from different sources then brought the material together and then critically analyzed it in the conclusion. The aim of the project was to look at the various legislations in India in regards to the Labour Laws and different acts and the amendments. The researcher has adopted the chapterization method and used the continuous format for footnoting. Sources of Data:

The following secondary sources of data have been used in the project- 1. Articles
2. Books
3. Websites
Method of Writing:
The method of writing followed in the course of this research paper is primarily analytical. Mode of Citation:
The researcher has followed a uniform mode of citation throughout the course of this research paper.

table of contents.

INTRODUCTION 5 HUMAN RIGHTS, FREEDOM OF PRESS AND THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA 8 TRIAL BY MEDIA: THE REAL SCENARIO 17 RIGHT TO PRIVACY AND MEDIA 23 CONCLUSION 30 BIBLIOGRAPHY 32

INTRODUCTION

It has been rightly said by Alexander Solzhenitsyn “Justice is conscience, not a personal conscience but the conscience of the whole of the Humanity.” The name of the justice should not be allowed to be invoked only for the prolongation of the pursuit of vindictive retaliation. The world is really in the need of generous magnanimity and understanding charity. Our world is becoming smaller and ever more interdependent with the rapid growth in population and increasing contact between people and governments. In this light, it is important to reassess the rights and responsibilities of individuals, peoples and nations in relation to each other and to the planet as a whole. Men are born and remain free and equal in Rights. Social distinctions may be based only on common utility. The truth has to be holding self-evident, that all men are created equal, that their creator endows them with certain in alienable Rights that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The concept of Human Rights is as old as Human civilizations; the origin of the contemporary conception of Human Rights can be traced to the period of the Renaissance and later of the enlightenment of which Humanism may be said to be the heart and soul. The promotion and protection of human rights has been a major...
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