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For all the latest Sports News, For us,s security (this includes the Indian Railways) is the CPM. especially, How can liberty be at all experienced without privacy?" he asked Subramanium at the outset referred to apex court verdicts to highlight the process of interpretation of fundamental rights by it and assailed the two judgements delivered in M P Sharma and Kharak Singh cases by an eight-judge and six judge benches in 1954 and 1963 respectively in which it was held that right to privacy was not a fundamental right The issue of right to privacy as a fundamental right was deliberated upon by the court in the two cases "It is submitted that the decision in the 1954 and 1963 cases to the extent they interpret fundamental rights on a distinctive basis (as recognised in the A K Gopalan case of 1950) are no longer good law "In view of the fact that the A K Gopalan case stands overruled in the R C Cooper case (of 1970) it follows a fortiori (from a stronger argument) that neither of the above decisions are effective" He assailed the M P Sharma verdict which had held that right to privacy was not a fundamental right saying that the MP Sharma case was not "an authority for the proposition that there is no fundamental right to privacy in the Constitution" He argued that right to privacy is inherent to the right to liberty and the Constitution "mediates" between the citizens and the State and the concept of privacy is "embedded in liberty as well as honour of a person" He then referred to the Preamble and Article 14 (equality before law) 19 (freedom of speech and expression) and 21 (protection of life and liberty) of the Constitution to contend that right to privacy was intrinsic to these "inalienable" fundamental rights also The counsel assailed the contention of Attorney General KK Venugopal that right to privacy was a "common law right" and not the fundamental one and said it "went much beyond the common law" as it was inherently attached to the basic rights of life and liberty "Right to privacy invariably means the inviolability of the person The expression ‘person’ includes the body as well as the inviolate personality and the privacy really is intended to indicate the realm of inviolable sanctuary that most of us sense in our beings "It refers to spatial sanctity freedom in decisional autonomy informational privacy as well as the ability to freely develop one’s personality and exercise discretion and judgement" he said Former Attorney General Soli Sorabjee appearing in support of privacy right went much beyond and said even if the Constitution did not "explicitly" provide this right it could be deduced as had been done in the case of freedom of press He referred to Article 19 and said it dealt with the freedom of speech and expression and the apex court deduced the media right from it Another senior advocate Shyam Divan also said privacy right was a fundamental right according to the "golden triangle" rule that comprised Article 14 19 and 21 "As recognised by an unbroken line of decisions of this court since 1975 right to privacy is protected under Part III of the Constitution This court has recognised several unenumerated rights as facets of Article 21 "Similarly right to privacy has also been recognised as flowing from Article 21" he said He said that right to privacy extends to several aspects including body integrity personal autonomy right to be left alone informational self-determination and protection from State surveillance The bench at one point stopped Divan from raising issues relating to Aadhaar that that government could not force citizens to give biometric details and asked him to focus on the privacy issue alone When the bench asked whether privacy right could be absolute and the government could put some restriction or not he said that the aspect of privacy might be determined on a case-to-case basis "In a technologically dynamic society it is imperative to keep dimensions of right to privacy flexible to adapt and adjust with the new scenarios" he said adding many of the fundamental rights "cannot be enjoyed to the fullest in the absence of right to privacy" He further referred to the fact that India is a signatory to the Universal Declaration on Human Rights and now to say that right to privacy is a common law right only will be a "regressive" step He said the recognition of "fundamental right to privacy" is consistent with international norms and has been recognised internationally as a human right and is protected in almost all liberal democracies Another senior advocate Arvind Dutta also submitted that right to privacy should be treated as a fundamental right The argument will continue tomorrow and that attorney general is likely to put the government’s view across With inputs from PTI Chennai: DMK leader MK Stalin and veteran filmstar Kamal Haasan on Saturday greeted Rahul Gandhi for formally taking over as the Congress president Stalin the DMK working president and Haasan took to Twitter to congratulate Rahul Gandhi who assumed charge as Congress president with the party’s central poll authority handing him over the certificate of election to the top post File image of Kamal Haasan PTI "Am confident that he (Rahul Gandhi) will fulfill the aspirations and hopes of the people and restore the glory of secularism socialism and federalism" Stalin whose party is an ally of the Congress wrote on the microblogging website Haasan who has been dropping hints of taking the political plunge urged the Gandhi scion to "define" his position "Congratulations Mr RahulG Your seat does not define you but you can define your position I have admired your elders I am sure you would work and deserve my admiration too" he tweeted "All the strength to your shoulders" the veteran actor added After the high-steam civic polls in Mumbai last month all eyes are now set on the elections to the three municipal corporations in the National Capital which will be held on 22 April While the municipal corporation polls are being seen as a popularity test for the ruling Aam Aadmi Party they are a prestige issue for the BJP which will be looking to return to power for a third consecutive term The political exercise will also grab eyeballs due to the political bickering between the Aam Aadmi Party led-Delhi government and the BJP led-Centre and the three civic bodies both of which have been trading barbs as issues galore Representational image AFP Important dates facts and figures The erstwhile unified Municipal Corporation of Delhi was trifurcated in 2012 — just ahead of the previous election — into North South and East Municipal Corporation or NDMC SDMC and EDMC respectively which the BJP has been ruling since 2007 Counting for the polls will take place on 25 April while the nomination process will begin from the 27 of this month 3 April would be the last date for filing nominations and the scrutiny of the nominations filed will take place on 5 April State Election Commissioner SK Srivastava said that the last date for withdrawal of nomination is 8 April for 272 wards municipal elections The much-awaited polls will decide the fate of 272 councillors with the NDMC and SMDC have 104 seats each while the EDMC has 64 seats The total number of electorate for the civic polls stands at 13210206 which include 7315915 men 5893418 women and 793 voters in the other category the state election commission said With the announcement of the date for MCD polls the Model Code of Conduct has come into force in the national capital Number of seats reserved for woman in North MCD is 42 while in South MCD is 45 East MCD has 27 seats reserved for women According to the commission around 17000 personnel will be deployed for the polls In North Delhi 5170 polling stations will be set up while in SDMC and EDMC 5074 and 2990 polling stations will be set up respectively The State Election Commission said that voters can exercise their franchise after producing photo electoral rolls electors photo identity cards and photo voter slips During poll campaigning loudspeakers will not permitted at night between 10 pm and 6 am An election with many firsts As Delhi prepares to choose its corporators the elections will mark several firsts AAP enters the fray for the first time transforming a thus far bipolar election into an intense three-way contest although it also contested the MCD bypolls in 2016 and surpassed BJP Congress in performance Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan’s Swaraj India is another first-time entrant however the party’s chances remain dim as it is locked in a legal battle with the State Election Commission which has denied to issue a common symbol for its candidates Swaraj India was floated by Yadav and Bhushan?" 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