Category Archive for: Ethics And Libel

PENALTIES FOR OFFENCES UNDER FOREGOING PROVISIONS

PENALTIES FOR OFFENCES UNDER FOREGOING PROVISIONS Term Paper Help 39.Penalty for contravention of section 3 Whoever prints or publishes any book or paper in contravention of the provisional of section 3 shall be punishable with fine not exceeding twenty thousand rupees, or with simple imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months, or with both. 40.Penalty for keeping…

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REGISTRATION OF BOOKS

REGISTRATION OF BOOKS Term Paper Help 37. Registration of memorandum of books There shall be kept at such office, and by such officer, as the Government may appoint a book to be called a Catalogue of Books wherein shall be registered, as soon as may be after the delivery of every book in. pursuance of the provisions of section…

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PRINTING AND PUBLICATION OF NEWSPAPERS

5_ Publication of Newspapers.– No newspaper shall be printed or published except in conformity with the provisions of this part and unless there subsists an authenticated declaration in respect thereof 6. Name of the editor to be printed on the newspaper.Every copy of very newspaper shall contain the name of the editor of the newspaper printed clearly on such…

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DELIVERY OF BOOKS AND NEWSPAPERS

34. Copies of books printed to be delivered gratis to Government> Notwithstanding any agreement between the printer and publisher of a book, the printer of every book printed or lithographed in the Province shall, within one month of its delivery out of the press, supply, free of expense, four copies of every such book, together with all maps, prints or…

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Press Laws In Pakistan

On the recommendations of the Pakistan Press ‘Commission appointed hy the Government of Pakistan to look into the state of the newspaper industry in 1960, the Government promulgated. Three ordinances: the Press and Puhlications Ordinance, 1960, the Working Journalists (Conditions of Service) Ordinance, 1960. The Press and Publications Ordinance, later amended as the Press and Publications Ordinance, 1963, prescribes the registration of…

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SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO THE SEIZURE OF CERTAIN DOCUMENTS

30.Power to declare certain publications forfeited and to issue search warrants for the same. Where any book or paper, wherever made, appears to the Government to contain any words, signs or visible representations of the nature described in subsection (1) of section 23, the Government may, by notification in the official Gazette, stating the rounds of its opinion, declare all copies…

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Censorhlp and Press Laws

After the 1757 battle of Please the influence of E.I.C. was increasing with tremendous rapidity and in various cities  including Madras and Bombay the British Government had complete control which was being extended to other parts of the Sub-continent. Among the critics were English editors of English  newspapers published in the aforesaid places. In January 1795,  Mr. Williamson…

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UNAUTHORIZED NEWS-SHEETS AND NEWSPAPERS

27 Authorization of persons to publish news-sheet .– (1) The District Magistrate may, on written application mad to him, by an order in writing, authorize any person to publish a news sheet or news-sheets, unless he is satisfied that such person is likely to act in a manner prejudicial to public order or public safety or to publish in such…

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Law Limits the Freedom

Press law may be defined as a set of rules by which the media persons of a country regulate their conduct in relation to their fellow journalists citizens and the state. Freedom is limited on every hand from infancy to the grave. We are restrained, first by mere physical inability to perform many acts appetites, our desire to excel in…

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INVASION OF THE RIGHT OF PRIVACY

Privacy cases suggest that there are four important aspects of this right: (1) the interest in seclusion, (2) the interest in self-respect and dignity, (3) the interest in sentimental attachments and associations and (4) the interest in privacy of a name, likeness and life history Journalists should be aware that the right of privacy includes freedom…

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