J.P. Rajkhowa New Delhi, Feb. 8: The Supreme Court, while dealing with the Arunachal Pradesh crisis, today observed that a governor cannot act according to his "whims and fancies". The five-judge constitution bench said there was no emergency ... Calcutta Telegraph, 1 day ago
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NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court today said there was nothing wrong if a no-confidence motion is passed against the Congress-led Nabam Tuki government in Arunachal Pradesh assembly when the Deputy Speaker was in charge of the House proceedings after ...Economic Times, 1 day ago
NEWDELHI: The Supreme Court on Thursday, while hearing a petition on the powers of Governors, took strong exception to a submission that all decisions of the Governor are not open to judicial review and said it could not be a mute spectator when ...New Indian Express, 4 days ago ‘Can’t see democracy’s slaughter’ Asian Age, 5 days ago 'If democracy is slaughtered, how can the court remain silent?': Supreme Court on Arunachal crisis Firstpost.com, 5 days ago Can't remain silent if democracy is slaughtered: SC Times of India, 5 days ago
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