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The DGP said that due to work pressure he could not do the running around to get his name included in the voters list so that he can cast ballot.Patna: Bihar Director General of Police (DGP) Abhyanand could not cast his vote today as his name did not figure in the voters list Ladola was travelling to Secunderabad for a wedding by Secunderabad-Rajkot Express. a technical stand has been taken that the petitioner can approach the Railway Claims Tribunal.Parliament? told The Indian Express that investigations had shown that between May 2016 and July 2017, 2017 This case had also led to the issuance of contempt notice against former SC judge justice Markandey Katju, Representational image. Beijing’s?
According to a report in India Today,the Chinese Embassy has quietly deleted the paragraph fromLuo Zhaohui’s speech Representational image AFP Luo referring to the CPEC which is part of One Belt One Road initiative had said China has no intention to get involved in the sovereignty and territorial disputes between India and Pakistan and that the project is for promoting economic cooperation and connectivity in the region "It has no connections to or impact on sovereignty issues Even we can think about renaming the CPEC China and India have had successful experience of delinking sovereignty disputes from bilateral relations before" he said in closed-door address to a think-tank on Friday Luo’s remarks were seen as Beijing’s attempt to persuade India to participate in this week’s Belt and Road summit The summit is Beijing’s attempts to showcase ‘global acceptance’ of what it calls is flagship economic project? had said the rural job scheme — Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MNREGA) — will be restructured to ensure development of villages and provide employment to rural poor. It is best for villages. making 240 league appearances for the Bundesliga club and becoming their captain in 2011. “Chess is a wonderful game.One year in office and no scams Sushma Swaraj It all started with the External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. See pics As we were scrolling through some of the fan pages of the Pakistani heartthrob we found his clicks with his oh-so-adorable family. Check out pictures of Fawad Khan with family which have been shared by his fan page on social media. Sadaf Fawad’s wife delivered a baby girl last year in October around the same time when the actor was asked to leave India due to the entire MNS controversy which was followed by a ban on Pakistani artistes in Bollywood Later it turned out that the actor left the country mainly to be with his wife at the time of delivery Fawad’s manager Hassan Khalid confirmed the news of the actor becoming a father for the second time as he said “The actor was with his wife at the time of delivery and both mother and child are healthy” See Fawad Khan’s candid moment with his daughter Elayna This family picture of Fawad speaks a lot about the actor’s love for his childhood sweetheart Sadaf and his two kids Also for all those who are in love with the big brooding eyes of the actor this picture is the one you might have been waiting for With no updates on Fawad Khan ever returning to Indian cinema it seems like the actor is living up to his character of a hard-to-reach and hard-to-get prince of his Bollywood debut Khoobsurat opposite Sonam Kapoor For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Updated: January 24 2014 3:10 pm Related News We need to ask why courts efforts to clean up are not bringing clarityaccountability As Indias great churning continuesone question keeps jumping out Is the new confusion of institutional morality the harbinger of a genuine cleansing process Or is it simply more dramatic chaos The combination of civil society mobilisationmedia scrutiny and a new assertiveness among institutions like the Supreme Court held out hopes of the former: just the threat of scrutiny and answerability to the court would change incentives Faced with a shameless executive and a collusively moribund legislaturesome of the courts interventions seemed just the right nudge But the way the process is playing out suggests that Indias institutional and decision-making crisis will only get worse before it gets better Instead of bringing legal clarity and accountabilitythe courts mayunwittinglycreate more fog than they shed light In facttwo institutional crises are now conjointly coming to a head The crisis in the credibility of truth-producing regimes has meantironicallythat it is easier to target relatively more honest officials Even sworn critics of the Indian bureaucracy must admit this fact The pall of fear that hangs over upright and honest officials in our system is now becoming unbearableand will slow down decision-making even more This has deep sources Fixing the accountability of the politically elected executive is still rare Parliament and parliamentary committeesthe only sensible and viable mechanisms for doing thathave failed But bureaucrats are now being hounded like no ones business Ironicallya general climate of distrust has actually given the bad guys even more leverage over the good The threat of inquirieswhich can be an arduous punishment in their own rightis such that the only rational recourse now is to defer the decision to someone else In this climate of innuendothe charge is the indictment But this deepening of the crisis in the civil service is also induced by anotherdeepercrisis Let us put it this way: never has the relationship between an elected government and the judiciary been so hostile and framed not by points of law but a combination of jostling over institutional powerhalf-measures and sociological innuendo It is not clear whether this relationship can be easily repaired The result is an all-pervasive confusionto which the Supreme Court has unintentionally contributed Rewind to the 2G judgment The confusions generated by that still haunt us The court could have encouraged a policy dialogue Insteadit usurped the policy space The problem with confusing policy and law is a counterproductive juridification Just listen to the absurd dialogues happening now We have no option but to auction spectrum Good thing But will the court look suspiciously if the reserve price is loweredbecause market conditions have changed Will that itself be mala fide Mala fide now becomes a species of deductive reasoning: if a court does not like a policythere must have been something wrong But the courts policy interventions are creating other problems Take the Aadhaar order There are some legislative issues connected with the UID which the court could have dealt with But how onerous should verification requirements for Aadhaar recipients be Should the UID be doing the home ministrys job This is not the courts domain Secondthe court was internally inconsistent It declared policy as a whole mala fide On that basisit penalised a large number of companies indiscriminately But then it stopped short of asking the fundamental question: if the policy was mala fidewho was responsible The prime minister The cabinet Insteadit prejudged A Rajas caseand let the CBI loose on a bunch of bureaucrats and industry The fear now is that this same inconsistent logic will pervade most adjudication Coal secretaries will be hung out to dry while the political executive goes scot free The argument is not that the political executive is necessarily guilty It is to the PM and Naveen Patnaiks credit that they have defended their right to take decisions But if the court is not going to have a clear definition of illegalityand deduce illegality merely from the fact that the policy was not rightit subverts the whole scheme of government It is not a popular thing to say But a government should worry about the constitutionality and legality of what it does It will be a disaster if the bureaucracy has to worry about whether its policies are to the liking of the Supreme Court The third institutional fog that has been generated is around the CBI Even the late Justice Verma was beginning to have second thoughts about his judicial innovation on continuing mandamus Under what law is the court doing what it is doing with the CBI The court is peddling dangerous illusions about the investigating agency In the Niira Radia tapes order there is a rather odd moment The team going through the tapes recommended that while the CBI should look at some issues arising out of themother issues should be looked into by the state police or other government agencies The courtafter observing a deep-rooted malaise in the systemwent on to cite it as a ground for letting only the CBI handle all the issues That might be sensible On the other handthink of the assumptions embedded in this claim On what empirical basis do we trust the CBI more than any other agency Why put the CBI on a pedestal and delegitimise every branch of government Franklythe CBIs track record of cover-up jobs may be far more impressive than its ability to get to the truth Just its own flip flops provide enough evidence against it Does the court really have the ability to monitor investigations The court played a constructive role in strengthening the central vigilance commission But what it is now doing with the CBI is only a tad short of constitutional subversion The fear of an arbitrary CBI is becoming all pervasive under the courts imprimatur The Supreme Court is the repository of hope in a broken system Butwith all due respectit is letting the kind of sociological analysis that should be the preserve of two bit-columnists take the place of precise judgments on law Its intentions are so good that it is failing to take into full consideration the larger institutional effects of what it is unleashing by going into policy or reposing its trust in the CBI: a pervasive fear of decision-makinguncertainty about the law and a general climate of distrust It should stick to the lawand let the political process apply the jhadu A country ruled by the courts and the CBI is a dismal prospect The writer is presidentCentre for Policy ResearchDelhiand a contributing editor for The Indian Express. 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