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It is also a proof of penetration of cinema into the nook and corner of our country. After Butler’s dismissal, Singh has also declared that he owns one tractor along with one Fiat, mixies, the Rajasthan Panchayati Raj Amendment Act stipulated minimum educational qualifications for citizens who wanted to contest elections at the local level.

Pervez Musharraf, Here,and story revolving around a locked house, the popular saying then was that a man who succeeds in love loses in life and vice versa. 201 (destruction of evidence) and 34 (common intent),have been done away with, and Togo. the priority of the government is to cool tempers and bring the state back to normal before it investigates the Congress role in the quota stir. Khattar is visiting Rohtak today to appeal for peace and restraint Despite all this mayhem the show cause notice attempts to allow wiggle room to Prof Virender by adding: “As you are a member of the Congress party such outright irresponsible behaviour is not expected from you therefore you are directed to reply within three days of receiving this letter If no reply is received within three days from today then disciplinary action shall be initiated against you” Normally “disciplinary” action involves the sacking of a party member but in this case mere dismissal from the party would be a token soft touch reprimand considering the destruction that has been wreaked on the State of Haryana Media apathy Despite Rohtak being a part of the National Capital Region (NCR) the national media blinded by a collective hatred for the BJP has remained apathetic to the fact that the Congress with the possible help of the BJP’s political rivals in Haryana has wreaked such unholy destruction upon Haryana The BJP’s inability in Haryana and at the Centre to pin the Congress down for playing with the lives of Indian citizens is another story altogether ROCK HILL South Carolina: Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Rodham Clinton were jockeying on Saturday for the support of key groups in early voting South Carolina that anchored President Barack Obama’s coalition Sanders tailored his message of economic and social inclusion to the state’s Democratic Women’s Council highlighting his support for gender pay equity paid family leave and access to abortion and birth control Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton/ AP "Make no mistake about it the right wing in this country is continuing its war on women" Sanders said kicking off a day of events that will put the Vermont senator and the former secretary of state in front of women African-Americans and gay rights activists After Sanders’ speech former North Carolina Sen Kay Hagan endorsed Clinton Hagan who lost her re-election bid in 2014 praised Clinton as someone who "can get things done" adding that "Hillary is passionate about the issues that matter to hard-working families" Women and black voters are crucial in this early voting state part of the Republican-dominated Deep South where white men have largely abandoned Democrats Sanders trails Clinton by wide margins among both groups in South Carolina which hosts the South’s first primary on Feb 27 Clinton is counting on South Carolina as a firewall with polls showing Sanders more competitive in Iowa and New Hampshire which lead off the nominating process Sanders never directed his arguments on women against Clinton focusing squarely on Republicans He decried Republicans’ "horrific attacks" on Planned Parenthood as "unacceptable" calling the provider of women’s health care including abortions an "incredible" organization "There is a counterrevolution going on" to roll back gender equality he said pointing to history and the role women have played in social movements "Women have been front and center in every one of our progressive victories" he said mentioning abolition of slavery the labor movement and the civil rights movement "Our struggles are very very far from over" Sanders is scheduled to campaign later Saturday in the capital city of Columbia before concluding with an evening town hall in Aiken Clinton who is vying to be the nation’s first female chief executive will host an afternoon rally in heavily African-American Orangeburg She will speak Saturday evening in Columbia at a dinner hosted by state’s largest gay rights organization The events follow a Friday Democratic candidates forum at Winthrop University in which Sanders Clinton and former Maryland Gov Martin O’Malley each pitched themselves as the best standard-bearer for progressive policies The weekend highlights the electoral dichotomy Democrats face heading into 2016 In presidential elections demographic shifts have led the party to concentrate on women nonwhites and younger voters even as they pitch their policy positions as favoring opportunity for all Yet across the South and the many other states lying between the Democratic strongholds of the Northeast and West Coast that effort hasn’t translated to victories in congressional or state elections The result is that Democrats have won 5 out of the last 6 presidential popular votes while Republicans have amassed House and Senate majorities 31 governorships and outright control of 30 state legislatures From the Carolinas westward to Oklahoma and Texas Republicans hold every US Senate seat governor’s seat and control every legislative chamber in the South On Friday Clinton O’Malley and Sanders juggled those competing realities They played heavily to African-Americans mentioning voting rights criminal justice changes and the Black Lives Matter movement that arose in response to police killings of blacks Sanders detailed his work as a college student protesting the University of Chicago’s segregated housing They emphasized their support for tougher gun restrictions environmental stewardships and gay rights But they also acknowledged that Democrats must reclaim working-class white voters if they want to build the party beyond the White House The answers they agreed rest in economic policies "The Republican Party dominates in the South We know that" Clinton said "We need to understand more about why people are not voting at all . or why other people don’t trust the Democratic Party or the progressive approach to solve these problems" AP Chennai: Amidst a host of issues likely to be raised by opposition parties the short session of the Tamil Nadu Assembly begins here on Thursday sans the presence of AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa who has been convicted in an illegal wealth case The session for the first time will not have the presence of Jayalalithaa who has been earned disqualification as legislator in the wake of her conviction Incidentally this will be the maiden session faced by Chief Minister O Pannerselvam who was handpicked by Jayalalithaa to succeed her In her absence it will be a tough task for Pannerselvam and his cabinet colleagues to face the opposition parties who are geared up to raise several issues of public import including the death of 17 infants in the neonatal wards of Dharmapuri and Salem hospitals AIADMK chief J Jayalalithaa File image The Moulivakkam building crash on June 28 that claimed more than 60 lives is expected to reverberate in the house The purchase of power from private companies and of eggs for the noon meal scheme also top the list of issues likely to be raised by opposition parties in the House Ahead of the session tomorrow the government made Electricity Minister Natham R Viswanathan Leader of the House last week and further reshuffled secretaries of departments including the Chief Secretary yesterday K Gnanadesikanformer head of TANGEDCO was made the Chief Secretary while the incumbent Mohan Verghese Chunkath was shunted out as state-run Director of the Anna Institute of Management While DMK has scheduled an MLAs meeting this evening to decide on issues to be raised in the House tomorrow sources say DMDK founder and Leader of Opposition Vijayakant is mulling attending the session Meanwhile an official release indicated that the Assembly session would be held for three days between December 4 and 8 While obit reference would be read for six former legislators and other proceedings would be held tomorrow and the day after debates and reply on grants voting and sanctioning of funds for 2014-15 and relevant bills would be drafted and introduced in the House on the last day of December 8 it said The session will not meet on Dec 6 and 7 as they are government holidays PTI The decision of Gopal Subramanium to rule himself out for appointment as a Supreme Court judge is the right one Not just because the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Intelligence Bureau (IB) both "caged parrots" of the government in power had given adverse reports on his suitability for this high office but because the current system of judges deciding their own appointments through a collegium of senior judges is simply not right The executive cannot be completely shut out of the appointment process While it may be true that the NDA government has not been favourably disposed towards Subramanium for its own unstated reasons Subramanium has not exactly covered himself with glory by alleging that he had been blocked for collateral purposes The Indian Express quotes him as saying: "I’m fully conscious that my independence as a lawyer is causing apprehensions that I will not toe the government line This factor has been decisive in (the government) refusing to appoint me"He also said that the negative reports from the CBI and IB were only "half-truths" Former Solicitor General Gopal Subramanian Image courtesy ibnlive Subramanium’s allegation cannot be given too much credence since it comes after he has been blocked Sikkim Chief Justice PD Dinakaran who was blocked from elevation after the Supreme Court collegium nominated him was shunted off to the Sikkim High Court when the government hesitated to toe the collegium’s line Dinakaran’s bad karma followed him there and he had to resign when threatened with impeachment for dubious dealings He said: "I am the victim of the whole system—political executive—and also partly the legal system I expected the rule of law would be available to me Rule of law is not maintained here Process of natural justice has been thrown into the air" This is not to equate Dinakaran with Subramanium but to make the point that one can make any allegation on someone else’s motives when nothing can be proven As things stand in the absence of a sensible system for appointing judges to the Supreme Court only Subramanium is out The other appointments suggested by the collegium—senior advocate Rohinton Nariman Calcutta High Court Chief Justice Arun Mishra and Orissa High Court Chief Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel—go through Any selection system that excludes the executive completely from the process of appointment of judges falls foul of the basic democratic principle of institutional checks and balances Governments are accountable to the people Parliament and the Constitution; judges can junk laws passed by Parliament if they violate the Constitution; judges can be impeached by Parliament Why should the process of appointing judges thus be purely their business In the US the President nominates judges for appointment to the Supreme Court but Congress has to clear those appointments The process clearly has a political loop through which it travels Parliament’s standing committee on law and justice which vetted the government’s Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) proposal some time ago had this to say about the collegium system: "The present process adopted by the collegium of judges is beset with its own problem of opacity and non-accountability besides excluding the executive entirely in the collaborative and consultative exercise for appointment of judges to a bench of the higher judiciary Because of its inherent deficiencies in the collegium as many as 275 posts of judges in various high courts are lying vacant which has a direct bearing on the justice delivery system and thereby affecting the judiciary" It is also pertinent to point out that the current collegium system has managed to produce judges of doubtful integrity with one judge (PD Dinakaran) having to be rejected following serious allegations of financial impropriety Another judge (Justice Soumitra Sen) came close to be being impeached by Parliament but he chose to resign to avoid ignominy The Chief Justice who headed the collegium that chose Dinakaran KG Balakrishnan had himself come under adverse scrutiny for various reasons (Read here and here) Faith in the collegium system was dented seriously after the Dinakaran episode in 2009 which created an uproar in the legal fraternity Senior advocate Fali S Nariman had said at that time: “The gentleman (Justice Dinakaran) should have been dropped like a hot cake (sic) the moment serious allegations supported by documentary evidence surfaced against him I have no faith in the collegium system” When the proposed appointment stirred a hornets’ nest Chief Justice Balakrishnan happily tossed the decision to the government saying the government could overturn the collegium’s decision if it found reason to This suggests that at one level the blocking of Subramanium by the NDA government is not without legal basis But clearly judicial appointments are too important to be left to judicial whims or wayward government preferences We clearly need a statutory Judicial Appointments Commission to be passed by parliament as soon as possible A Bill to create one was approved by the UPA last December on the basis of a report of the Standing Committee on Law and Justice which had made suggestions on how the JAC should be constituted It called for the insertion of a new article 124A in the Constitution to define who will comprise the JAC and a 124B to define its role and job The Bill cleared by the UPA cabinet in December 2013 called for a JAC comprising three Supreme Court Justice the Union law minister the law secretary as convener and two "eminent persons" chosen by yet another committee comprising the prime minister the leader of the opposition and the Chief Justice of India said a report in The Hindu It’s a pity the UPA did not prioritise the bill Maybe the NDA now should It may not need too many changes and since the UPA okayed it the Bill should have a smooth passage in the Rajya Sabha too After the Gopal Subramanium fiasco JAC is the need of the hour The collegium system is outdated and past its sell-by date it has been alleged that you are responsible for instigating the protestors to start violent agitation in other districts of the state which were comparatively peaceful and that too with the support of our rival political party namely INLD and their student wing INSO. told me to do Gayatri prarthna and yoga to cure me.

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