6[(2)] As soon as the place where a press is kept is changed, a new explanation is necessary: and the empty press must be filled with a precise description of the place where the press may be located. The publication must be printed in the press mentioned in the statement. It should only contain messages, views, articles, etc. For bilingual or multilingual publications, messages, points of view, articles, etc., should be published in these languages. The first regulation obtained, specifically intended for the press, was passed in 1867, the Press and Registration of Books Act (PRB Act) (XXV of 1867) (App, V). However, the aim was not to establish state control over press freedom. It is a regulatory law that has allowed the government to regulate presses and newspapers through a registration system and keep copies of books and other printed subjects in India. Penalty for printing or publishing newspapers without following the rules.– As the author of a printed brochure, who is an educated person and admits to having written the object treated in the printed brochure, he cannot escape responsibility by simply saying that it is not related to the press or that it has something to do with their actual impression; Biman Chandra v. State, AIR 1970 Assam 128:1970 Cr.L.J. 1596 (FB).
3[5A. Printing and printer media as well as newspaper publishers in Jammu and Kashmir in order to make and subscribe within a specified period of time to new declarations.– 13. Sentence for maintaining the press without providing information in accordance with section 4. (1) Keine Person, die eine Erklärung in Bezug auf eine Presse gemäß Abschnitt 4 des Jammu and Kashmir State Press and Publications Act, s.1989