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Defamation Law Meant To Curb Free Speech, Needs To Be Revoked: Patricia Mukhim

Mar 30, 2021 Midhat Fatimah

Patricia Mukhim, editor of ‘Shillong Times’ speaks to Outlook about free speech, the need for journalists to unite, and the criminal case against her that was recently quashed by the Supreme Court.

SC Dismisses FIR Against Journalist Patricia Mukhim Over Facebook Post

Mar 25, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

Patricia Mukhim’s counsel had earlier argued before the apex court that there was no intention to create disharmony or conflict through the post


Patricia Mukhim Case Reflection Of Threat To Freedom Of Speech In India, Says Editors Guild

The criminal complaint was filed in response to her Facebook post in July 2020 over a skirmish between tribal and non-tribal youth in Lawsohtun at a basketball court.

Editor’s Guild A Cozy Club, Don’t Want To Be Part Of Toothless Body: Patricia Mukhim

Nov 21, 2020 Preetha Nair

Editor of Shillong Times, Patricia Mukhim, speaks to Outlook about criminal charges against her.


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