Exploring socio-political as well as legal history of India, from the British period
to the present, this book brings to light the idea of 'free speech' or what is
popularly known as the freedom expression in the country. Analysing the
present law relating to obscenity and free speech, this book will evaluate
whether the enactment of the Constitution made a significant difference to the
right to free speech in India. Deeply researched, authoritative and anecdotal, this
book offers arguments that have not been substantially advanced before.