Vol. 2, Issue 5 (2016)
Right to privacy in Indian perspective
Author(s): Dr. PK Rana
Abstract: The right to privacy stands recognized in Indian Constitution. Article 21 as such protects the right to privacy as a necessary ingredient of the right to life and personal liberty. The right to privacy is also recognized under the law of torts, criminal laws as well as property laws as an essential element involved therein. However in the near future the Indian Judiciary and legislatures will be able to carve out the separate zone of privacy and will keep a proper balance between the competing interest of individuals and social interest.