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LIVE: Govt Says Right to Privacy Not Absolute, Bats for 'Reasonable' Limits

Edited By: Nitya Thirumalai

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Last Updated: August 24, 2017, 17:09 IST

File photo of Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad.

File photo of Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad.

A nine-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court has unanimously declared Right to Privacy as a fundamental right guaranteed under Article 21 and Part 3 of the Constitution of India.

A nine-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court has unanimously declared Right to Privacy as a fundamental right guaranteed under Article 21 and Part 3 of the Constitution of India. The historic verdict, the bench, headed by Chief Justice of India JS Khehar, will have far-reaching impact on the debates surrounding Section 377, which criminalizes gay sex, euthanasia and abortion

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