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Shanti Bhushan Flays Kejriwal, Says there is No Inner-party De...

NEW DELHI: The rumblings in the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) shows no sign of abating,with senior leader and veteran Supreme Court counsel Shanti Bhushan on Wednesday observing that AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal lacks organisational ability and is not ... New Indian Express, 6 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

MLAs not paid to sit idle: Court

New Delhi, Aug. 5: A Constitution bench of the Supreme Court today gave the Centre five weeks to decide on the fate of the Delhi Assembly, saying legislators cannot idle at home at taxpayers expense. You are not in a position to form a government.
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago Should MLAs sit at home? SC asks Centre to end Delhi govt deadlock  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago 'One Party Has No Strength, Other No Desire': Supreme Court on Delhi Deadlock  NDTV2 weeks ago SC directs Centre to end Delhi government deadlock, asks for steps to resolve the issue  IBNLive India News2 weeks ago
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IBN Live

Kejriwal agitation: SC decides not to go ahead with issues

The Supreme Court on Monday decided not to go ahead with the several issues arising in the wake of the then Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal's role in a leading protest while holding constitutional office in January this year. The court, which on Janaury ...
 IBN Live1 month ago Arvind Kejriwal`s Rail Bhavan agitation: SC decides not to go ahead with issues  Zee News1 month ago Arvind Kejriwal agitation: SC decides not to go ahead with issues  One India1 month ago
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NDTV

'Should Legislators Sit At Home Without Work?': Supreme Court on Delhi Deadlock

File pic: The last time the Delhi assembly assembled in February New Delhi : The Supreme Court today did not step into the political deadlock in Delhi, which has been under President's rule for six months, but said it expected the Centre to come ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago 'Should Delhi Legislators Sit At Home Without Work?': Supreme Court  NDTV2 weeks ago 'Why Should Legislators Sit At Home Without Work?': Supreme Court On Delhi Deadlock  NDTV2 weeks ago Why Should Legislators Sit At Home Without Work Supreme Court On Delhi Deadlock  Big News Network2 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Delhi govt defends Kejriwal's decision to file FIR...

New Delhi: The anti-corruption branch of the Delhi government has asserted in court that it has the authority to act on an FIR filed against Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani and former Union ministers Veerappa Moily and Murli Deora that ...
 ABP Live1 week ago Delhi govt U-turn on Reliance gas case  Calcutta Telegraph13 hours ago Reliance gas back with a bang  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Anti Corruption Branch has powers to lodge FIR in gas pricing case; Delhi High Court told  DNA1 week ago
PardaPhash

A Capital in search of a government

Short of ordering the dissolution of the Delhi Assembly, the Supreme Court (SC) did the next best thing in directing the Centre to decide its fate within five weeks. With the numbers as they stand, fresh elections appear the sole, reasonable way ...
 Economic Times1 week ago SC sets five week deadline to resolve impasse in Delhi assembly  Indlawnews2 weeks ago SC asks center to take decision on Delhi Assembly polls  PardaPhash2 weeks ago Take quick decision on Delhi Assembly: SC  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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1984 riots: Phoolka urges Sukhbir to take up formation of SIT issue

Supreme Court lawyer and Aam Aadmi Party leader Harvinder Singh Phoolka has written to Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal, requesting him to take up the issue of setting up a special investigation team (SIT) into the 1984 ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago
Indian Express

Fresh polls in Delhi: Why BJP is not so keen

NEW DELHI: The hour of reckoning for BJP in Delhi is approaching, slowly but surely. Prompted by Supreme Court, it may have to give up its ambiguous stand on the fate of Delhi assembly and decide either way - a shot at government formation or fresh ...
 Times of India1 week ago Ready to face fresh polls in Delhi, says BJP  Indian Express1 month ago After BJP, AAP indicates it wants to …  Yahoo! India1 month ago BJP eyes Congress to form government in Delhi  Mangalorean1 month ago
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ABP Live

Government of Delhi cannot perpetually be in a state of limbo: Manish Tewari

New Delhi, Aug 6 - A day after the Supreme Court granted five weeks time to the Centre to decide on dissolving the Delhi Assembly "one way or the other" and paving the way for fresh elections, Congress leader Manish Tewari on Wednesday said the ...
 Topnews.in2 weeks ago Govt of Delhi cannot perpetually be in a state of limbo: Manish Tewari  ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago If a govt in Delhi is not so important, why not scrap its 'state' status?  Oneindia1 week ago
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Policy paralysis without govt, admit Delhi MLAs

NEW DELHI: On a day when Supreme Court asked the Centre to decide on the future of Delhi assembly and pointed out that MLAs were drawing a salary from the public exchequer but no work was getting done, the legislators agreed that the absence of a ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Policy paralysis in Delhi without government,admit MLAs  Economic Times2 weeks ago Delhi MLAs accept the policy paralysis in the absence of government  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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