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Emergency in India: Press Censorship Imposed

Reflecting on the 1975 Emergency in India, this blog explores severe press censorship, the expulsion of reporters, and the political and social turmoil of the era. Declared by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, the Emergency led to widespread human rights violations and is now remembered as Samvidhan Murder Day, highlighting the ongoing need to protect democratic values.

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Declaration of Emergency in 1975: 50 Years After the Dark Chapter

During the Declaration of Emergency in 1975, India faced unprecedented suppression of civil liberties, highlighting the fragility of democratic institutions. This blog delves deep into the events and decisions that reshaped India's political landscape, scrutinizing the root causes, immediate triggers, and profound aftermath of this dark chapter in Indian history.