‘Peace redefined in democracy’

‘Peace redefined in democracy’

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A man paints to hide anti-India graffiti written on the shutters of a closed shop during a curfew in Srinagar. Freedom of expression and speech is the most fundamental of all rights. This right lays the very foundation of a democratic society. It is often being said that without free political discussions and free flow of communication in the society, no public education is possible. The Indian Constitution, for a gentle reminder, also guarantees this right to its citizens. Communication – as defined by various theories and models – is the free exchange of thoughts, messages, opinions, views, or information,

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