View: Will judiciary enter the political arena too? All eyes on UK verdict
The belief that the judiciary, apart from being independent, is duty bound to clip the wings of the executive has long enjoyed intellectual sanction.
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Executive decision cannot be subject for debate under any rule: Govt
Amid Opposition demand for discussion in Lok Sabha on FDI in retail under a rule which entails voting, government today said an executive decision could not be a subject for debate under such a rule but asserted that it has the numbers to beat such a move.
Government ready with answer to bandh, slew of executive decisions to boost spend and economy
The next cabinet meeting is slated to look into issues like debt restructuring of state electricity boards and increase in prices of levy sugar.
Urgent task before government is to revive growth momentum & investment climate: Montek
We can do a lot by removing impediments which are holding up large investment projects & give clear signals to investors that we will ensure macro balance.
Jammu & Kashmir govt grants MoS status to its Mayors
A mayor is considered a ceremonial authority with limited power and state governments with all the resources continue to take most critical decisions.
SC issues notice on Article 370 petitions, case to be heard in October
The bench also issued notices on a bunch of petitions on Article 370 -- challenging the manner and mode in which recent changes have been made to it.
Karnataka Governor accepts Kumaraswamy's resignation
Right after the defeat of the Congress-JD(S) government in the trust vote in the Assembly, Kumaraswamy had proceeded to the Raj Bhavan to submit his resignation.
Eloquence of silence needed in poll period, says CEC Sunil Arora
EC legal division says MCC orders not quasi-judicial, so dissent can’t be recorded; Arora says controversy after clean chits to Modi ‘highly avoidable’.
2 Independent Karnataka MLAs seek to withdraw SC plea for 'forthwith' floor test
The Congress-JD(S) coalition government on Tuesday lost the trust vote after a three-week-long power struggle.
Karnataka crisis: SC to hear on Tuesday plea of 2 independent MLAs for immediate floor test
A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi on Monday declined to hear during the day the plea by R Shankar and H Nagesh.
SC refuses to urgently list plea of 2 Independent Karnataka MLAs seeking floor test forthwith
The bench's remarks came when senior advocate Mukul Rohtagi, appearing for the two legislators -- R Shankar and H Nagesh, said he has filed a new petition in the Karnataka matter and seeks its urgent listing.
CEC wrote two letters to Ashok Lavasa to let election process continue
3 commissioners met informally on Saturday after it became public that Lavasa had officially recused himself from MCC issues.
TCS confident of growth across LatAm, India, other markets
The company is confident of expanding its play in large markets like continental Europe, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.
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