Section 14 Press And Registration Of Books Act, 1867

 Section 14 Press And Registration Of Books Act, 1867: 

Penalty for printing or publishing newspaper without conforming to rules.—1[

(1) ] Whoever shall 2[edit], print or publish any 3[newspaper], without conforming to the rules hereinbefore laid down, or whoever shall 2[edit], print or publish, or shall cause to be 2[edited], printed or published, any 4[newspaper], knowing that the said rules have not been observed with respect to 5[that newspaper], shall, on conviction before a Magistrate, be punished with fine not exceeding 6[two thousand] rupees, or imprisonment for a term not exceeding 7[six months] or both. 8[(2) Where an offence is committed in relation to a newspaper under sub-section (1), the Magistrate may, in addition to the punishment imposed under the said sub-section, also cancel the declaration in respect of the newspaper.

Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 14  Press And Registration Of Books Act, 1867:  

Keshavan Madhava Menon vs The State Of Bombay on 22 January, 1951

Times Publishing House Ltd. vs The Registrar Of Newspapers Of  on 30 December, 2010

Boddepalli Lakshminarayana vs Suvvari Sanyasi Appa Rao And Ors. on 7 October, 1958

Safikul Islam & Ors vs Unknown on 7 August, 2020

Sk Safikul Islam & Ors vs Unknown on 13 August, 2020

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