The bench of acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar, Jagtap added. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: July 30,if anything, the Congress leader said.
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Right to Freedom of Speech and Expression etc. and hence all forms of "reasonable restrictions" that these rights are subjected to will also be applicable to Right To Privacy The question therefore whether Aadhaar will be struck down as unconstitutional cannot be answered right now It shall be decided on a case-to-case basis by defining Right to Privacy under "reasonable restrictions" A part of Thursday’s judgement under the title "Restrictions" reads: "The right to privacy as already observed is not absolute The right to privacy as falling in part III of the Constitution may depending on its variable facts vest in one part or the other and would thus be subject to the restrictions of exercise of that particular fundamental right National security would thus be an obvious restriction so would the provisos to different fundamental rights dependent on where the right to privacy would arise The Public interest element would be another aspect" As we can see it is impossible to argue that the government will be unsuccessful in showcasing Aadhaar as a ‘public interest element’ and fail to validate the scheme under "reasonable restrictions" It is also important not to conflate the mandatory nature of Aadhaar or the Centre’s move to seed other privacy data with the signature biometric ID with poor or non-existent data protection laws The government is well within its rights to collect data and Thursday’s landmark verdict in no way restricts the State from doing so What it essentially does is that it provides ordinary citizens with Constitutional protection for her/his data and makes it mandatory for government and/or private agencies in possession of the data not to misuse or be careless with it This is being touted as a landmark judgment precisely because it forces the state to be accountable to the individual while handling sensitive data failing which the government could be dragged to the court Obviously these provisions also apply to private agencies who deal with big data This is being touted as a landmark judgment precisely because it forces the state to be accountable to the individual while handling sensitive data failing which the government could be dragged to the court Obviously these provisions also apply to private agencies who deal with big data Thursday’s judgment in no way favours the state’s position that citizens have no right over their privacy but it also does not endorse the view of privacy evangelists that the state has no business in collecting data The citizens are duty-bound to provide the government with the data that is necessary to root out corruption and ensure that entitlements and benefits under welfare schemes reach the intended recipients The government may also seed various data (linking of PAN) with Aadhaar to ensure that laws are not misused to evade taxes But equally Thursday’s verdict makes it clear that it is imperative on the state (or private agencies) to make the data secure and not use it for surveillance or commercial gains As MP Rajeev Chandrasekhar who is a petitioner in the privacy case told Bloombergquintcom "The judgment effectively creates for the first time obligations and responsibilities for all those companies or government organisations that deal with Indian citizens and their information They have responsibilities to do this in a manner that is responsible and does not infringe on the privacy of the citizens" It is nave and misleading to interpret the verdict as a defeat for "fascist forces" or a "blow to Modi" as the Congress has tried to do SC decision marks a major blow to fascist forcesA sound rejection of the BJP’s ideology of suppression through surveillance#RightToPrivacy — Office of RG (@OfficeOfRG) August 24 2017 The implications of the judgment go far beyond petty politicking For instance it will have a huge bearing on Section 377 because parts of the verdict clearly hold sexual preference as a matter of preference that has no concomitance with the majority opinion A part of the judgment reads: "That ‘a minuscule fraction of the country’s population constitutes lesbians gays bisexuals or transgenders’ (as observed in the judgment of this Court) is not a sustainable basis to deny the Right to Privacy The purpose of elevating certain rights to the stature of guaranteed fundamental rights is to insulate their exercise from the disdain of majorities whether legislative or popular" This is a landmark judgment in more ways than one and in decades to come may shape legislation on a plethora of issues related to civil liberty and individual rights It will also change the nature of the contract a state has with its citizens But equally as a polity protective of our Right to Privacy we must be careful that the baby is not thrown out with the bathwater By: PTI | Washington | Published: June 15 2017 7:00 pm It is perhaps time to look back to the real world (Source: File Photo) Top News Too many choices of potential romantic partners in online dating sites can leave you dissatisfied with the person you pick a new study has found Researchers conducted an experiment with 152 students to find out how the number of choices online daters are given and whether these choices are reversible affect romantic outcomes They found that a week after making their selection online daters who chose from a large set of 24 potential partners were less satisfied with their choice than those who selected from a small set of six people and were more likely to change their selection ALSO READ |Careful Are you dating a scammer online Those who selected from a large pool and had the ability to reverse their choice were the least satisfied with their selected partner after one week”Online dating is very popular but the sheer popularity of it is creating some issues” said Catalina Toma assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin – Madison in the US “Sifting through choices is potentially problematic in that it can create the perception that the grass is always greener” said Toma “There can be more regret when they know there are other options” said Jonathan D’Angelo doctoral candidate at University of Wisconsin – Madison Researchers said that having more choices allows people to think about the merits of the discarded choices which in turn leads to lower satisfaction This causes people to head back online “When the cost of the investment of meeting someone is really low and there are tonnes of options you’ll explore those options” Toma said However researchers still say the benefits of online dating outweigh the drawbacks”You can meet people who are similar to you like you never could before” D’Angelo said “This research suggests that even though you’re meeting people who are potentially similar there can be downside to having that much access” he said Studies continue to show that more and more long-term relationships start online – and the stigma that once existed against online dating has diminished For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsChennai: Senior AIADMK leader and Tamil Nadu minister D Jayakumar on Monday lashed out at actor Kamal Haasan over his political ambitions saying politics was not a movie The state fisheries minister gave the example of thespian Sivaji Ganesan who commanded a strong fan following saying he could not make a big mark in politics Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal withKamal Haasan in Chennai Twitter @AamAadmiParty "Kamal (Haasan) thinks politics is a movie which runs for 100 days Is the chief minister’s post some kind of a toy that can be purchased from the market People should recognise people should accept" he claimed Jayakumar’s remarks came in the wake of the actor’s reported comments that he could contest elections if they were held within the next 100 days even as he had hinted at being prepared to lead the state "Sivaji Ganesan started a political party but he could not even become an MLA Crowds cannot be the mere yardstick All that crowd should convert as votes" Jayakumar told reporters in Chennai He also took a swipe at Haasan over his comments on Twitter especially those against the ruling AIADMK saying "You should be among the people not just on Twitter" Haasan has of late made his political ambitions clear He had also levelled charges of corruption against the government drawing censure from ministers including Chief Minister K Palaniswamy Last week AAP supremo and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal had met the actor in Chennai sparking speculation of a new political alignment in the state The duo however did not make any grand announcement Beijing: China on Friday expressed hope that the upcoming joint naval drill between India Japan and the US is not aimed at other countries Representational Image PTI The annual Malabar naval exercise between India Japan and the US will begin on 10 July in the Indian Ocean "We have no objection to the normal bilateral relations and cooperation among relevant countries but we hope that this kind of relationship and cooperation will not be directed at any third party and will be conducive to the regional peace and stability" said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang China closely monitors the developments in the Indian Ocean and has been wary of the naval Malabar exercise especially after Japan joined the bilateral arrangement between India and the US Chinese presence is growing in the world’s oceans with several of its warships and submarines being sighted by Indian Navy in the Indian Ocean By: PTI | Updated: February 17 2017 2:41 pm Experts from Deakin’s Virtual Reality Lab will then create a VR experience to make the tactile 3D-printed model of the dinosaur appear real (Source: Deakin University) Related News A team of Australian scientists are using a world-first approach combining three-dimensional (3D) printing and virtual reality (VR) to bring a dinosaur “back to life” Palaeontologists at a site in New South Wales state near the Great Ocean Road have uncovered more than 200 bits of bones of the wallaby-like leaellynasaura an ornithopod native to Australia in just 12 days Xinhua news agency reported Watch all our videos from Express Technology Meanwhile mechatronics students from Deakin University are using the bones uncovered to create a 3D model of the dinosaur on a computer which will eventually be printed When completed the project will be displayed at Geelong’s National Wool Museum Experts from Deakin’s Virtual Reality Lab will then create a VR experience to make the tactile 3D-printed model of the dinosaur appear real Ben Hornan a co-founder of the project said he hoped the experience would further the general population’s knowledge of dinosaurs that once roamed Australia “We’re looking at how we can use virtual reality and 3D printing to help with providing educational experiences in a museum context” Horan told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) on Friday “So we are doing experiments on how we can best print dinosaur-like skin so people will not just feel the geometry the size and the scale but also the contour of the skin as well” Also Read: Evidence of first live birth found in relative of the dinosaur Researchers believe they will be able to replicate the skin of a leaellynasaura by scanning a blue tongue lizard which has scaly skin similar to that of the dinosaur and 3D-printing its scales The leaellynasaura was a small herbivore and was thus understood to be a shy dinosaur so participants who put the VR glasses on will be warned to approach it with care Patricia Vickers-Rich the scientists who discovered the leaellynasaura in the 1980s said the project was an exciting new way to communicate her work For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: November 18 2016 8:30 pm The preview depicts the rivalry between the characters Baahubali and Bhallala Deva (Source: Twitter/S S Rajamouli) Top News Usually movies take inspiration from real-life stories or works of literary fiction but when in India be prepared for anything In a bold move the makers of Baahubali launched the preview of a new graphic novel giving its fans an insight into the much loved epic A brilliant way to keep Baahubali’s buzz alive for the release of the sequel Baahubali: The Conclusion we say This comes after the team released a virtual reality tour of the sets Director SS Rajamouli and actor Prabhas shared the preview on social media Rajamouli shared it on his Twitter account saying “To envision a world &see it come to life on d big screen is onething But 2 see The World Of Baahubali unravel and grow Its something else” Director S S Rajamouli shared it on Twitter He further shared “Here’s a preview of our Graphic Novel Baahubali – Battle Of The Bold in association with Graphic India” The preview depicts the rivalry between the characters Baahubali and Bhallala Deva as they take on a Persian enemy There are other pivotal characters like Sivakami and Katappa in the franchise amongst others The sneak peak into the magnum opus graphic world of Baahubali has worked its magic Along with the fans we are equally excited to see the world of Baahubali come alive on the big screen especially with the completion of the filming of the second installment of the franchise Baahubali – The Conclusion Who wouldn’t want to be there when the team unravels the mystery of Baahubali’s death by one of his most loyal Katappa Would you be interested get your hands on this graphic novel Let us know in the comments below For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsGuwahati: One person died after being swept away in swirling flood waters which has submerged homes and fields in seven Assam districts and affected the lives of nearly 177 lakh people in the state Flooded house in Assam CNN-News18 According to Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) one person died at Narayanpur in Lakhimpur district being swept away in swirling flood waters An ASDMA spokesman said today nearly 177 lakh people are reeling under flood in 267 villages across Lakhimpur Jorhat Golaghat Morigaon Dhemaji Biswanath and Sivasagar districts At present Brahmaputra is flowing above the danger mark at Nematighat in Jorhat Dikhow at Sivasagar town and Dhansiri at Numaligarh in Golaghat the spokesman said Authorities are running 25 relief camps in three districts where 4736 people are sheltered Over 13300 hectares of crop land are under water in the state A number of roads embankments and other infrastructure have also been damaged in the last 24 hours in many districts In Guwahati many areas are waterlogged due to heavy rains since last night the ASDMA spokesman said Written by Manoj Kumar R | Bengaluru | Updated: August 15 2017 4:44 pm 20: Rajinikanth-Akshay Kumar starrer will be promoted worldwide Related News To say Superstar Rajinikanth’s 20 is the most-awaited film is an understatement The film also starring Bollywood star Akshay Kumar was scheduled for a Diwali release this year However the makers postponed the release to January next year citing post-production reasons The delay in release has also given the filmmakers a lot of opportunities to promote 20 worldwide in a grand manner While the US promotions of 20 was kicked off with a gigantic hot-air balloon in Los Angeles the movie promotions in India will get underway from the first week of October “The filmmakers will start organising promotional events from October The makers are also planning different types of promotions state-wise down south which will go on until December end And from January first week the makers will ramp up the promotional activities across India” said a source close to Lyca Productions Unlike other actors in the industry Rajinikanth doesn’t promote his films And still he gets the biggest openings in Indian cinema It was only for Enthiran the predecessor to 20 Rajinikanth was seen making some exceptions in promoting the film And he will also be doing the same for 20 “Obviously this is a big film Big budget Expectations from this film are completely on a different level Rajinikanth sir will do his level best in promoting the film” said the source 20 which is helmed by director Shankar is the second costliest film produced in Asia While it has cost Rs 400 crore for the producers to make this magnum-opus more than Rs 40 crore has been earmarked just for marketing the sci-fil film The grand audio release function of 20 will also take place in October The producers are yet to decide the venue and date for the mega-event Earlier reports have suggested the event will be held in Dubai However a source said it is more likely to happen within India Oscar-winning composer AR Rahman has scored music for the film 20 will hit the screens on January 25 2018 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: August 12 2015 12:00 am In a sudden eyeball-arresting announcement the world’s most watched technology company has announced big-bang restructuring the most massive element of which is the hatching of a holding company named Alphabet Related News Google has always wanted to be the alpha and omega of the internet but no one expected it would try to own the very alphabet In a sudden eyeball-arresting announcement the world’s most watched technology company has announced big-bang restructuring the most massive element of which is the hatching of a holding company named Alphabet located at http://s.abcxyz Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are CEO and president Google Inc is now a subsidiary company led by Sundar Pichai and the high-risk “moonshot” projects that Google adores have been hived off This is stuff that Wall Street understands and the firewalling of risk kicked Google stock up by 6 per cent But the punters must be slightly confused too since the stated purpose of the restructuring is to allow engineers to wrest charge of projects from administrators and business heads live dangerously like in a startup and work on more moonshots Indeed some moonshots like the life-extension project Calico could turn into perpetual-motion revenue generators And Android was once a gleam in some bloodshot moonshot eye — an audacious plan to take on the entrenched giants of mobile telephony armed only with a Linux kernel Post restructuring Google could again be a lean nimble technology-led company unafraid to innovate However there could be a simpler logic for the restructuring: The only way Brin and Page could get an Indian to head the company — a fashionable strategy these days — without vanishing was to kick themselves upstairs into the cockpit of a holding company Delightfully perverse idea but the question remains: Will Google achievers now be rewarded with bowls of alphabet soup The restructuring is intended to rekindle Google’s taste for the unconventional and this will not be completely served without a small change in the menu For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUPA 2 continues to dither on deregulating fuel prices.
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The bench of acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar, Jagtap added. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: July 30,if anything, the Congress leader said.