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India's Flag Rules Challenged

on 2001/6/16 9:43:02 ( 966 reads )


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NEW DELHI, INDIA, June 14, 2001: It is an oddity of Indian law that only VIPs, government offices and public sector undertakings are allowed the honor of displaying the country's flag on their premises. Now a 31-year-old businessman, Naveen Jindal, having been cited for flying the flag on his factory, has challenged the law in court. The Supreme Court is expected to deliver a final judgment on the matter in July.




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