The doctrine of Separation of Powers in India is as old as the Constitution itself, and was extensively, though, perhaps not exhaustively, discussed in the Constituent Assembly Debates. Emphasis was laid on giving Constitutional Recognition to Separation of Powers by Prof. K.T. Shah, a member of Constituent Assembly. It was to be culled out by Art. 40-A as under: “There shall be complete separation of powers as between the principal organs of the State, viz; the legislative, the executive, and the judicial.” However, this idea was opposed by Shri Hanumathaiyah, who envisioned a functional, harmonious government, instead of complete separation of powers.
2008 135.65 29 DEC. 2008 148.10 30 DEC. 2008 160.70 2 JAN. 2009 177.20 5 JAN. 2009 167.15 6 JAN. 2009 178.95 7 JAN. 2009 39.95 Merrill Lynch terminated its engagement with Satyam PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) came under intense scrutiny and its license to operate was revoked. Criminal charges were brought against Mr. Raju, including: criminal conspiracy, breach of trust, and forgery New Board of Directors were appointed Increased financial accounting disclosure Adoption of international standards Creation of new corporate code of conduct by Ministry Of Corporate Affairs SATYAM’S PRESENT PHASE Raju along with 2 others accused of scandal had been granted bail from supreme court on 4Nov,2011 Appointing new Board Board appointed by government Satyam shares gained up by 44% day after appointment of new board New CEO – AS Murthy Tech Mahindra acquired Satyam on April13,2009 On 13April,2009 via auction process, 46% Stake in Satyam duty of loyalty was purchased by Tech Mahindra July 2009, Satyam rebranded its service as “Mahindra Satyam” FINDINGS Jobs of over 50000 technocrats were at risk Country’s booming economy were at risk The GDP fell by
On February 12 and 13, Hawa Singh Sangwan, a resigned commandant of the Central Reserve Police Force and the Haryana head of the All India JatArakshanSangharshSamiti, drove a rail bar at Mayyar town in Hisar. At the point when Sangwan had before fronted a dissent in a similar town in December 2012, the past Congress government had given exceptional in reverse status to five groups, including Jats. This time, Sangwan raised two requests – first that one of the three conspicuous Jat serves in the BJP ensure that Jats will be incorporated into the Other Backward Classes classification; and second that the BJP get control over its Member of Parliament Raj Kumar Saini, who had been making strident open remarks about the Jats over the past 10 months. Raj Kumar Saini, a first-time Member of Parliament from Kurukshetra who has a place with an Other Backward Class, has kept up that the consideration of generally prevailing groups, for example, the Jats in the OBC rundown will weaken the advantages of bookings for different groups. So on February 13, Jat pioneers in Haryana barred the Delhi-Hisar rail line.
Parliamentary Sovereignty is a major principle of the UK constitution. This means that parliament is the supreme legal authority and has the power to both make and break laws. Generally speaking no court, including the highest court in the land- the Supreme Court, has the power to overrule its legislation. Instead, it is the job of the Supreme Court to interpret and develop the law where necessary. This provides proof that the UK courts are subordinate to parliament.
Definition of Unitary form of Government Unitary form of Government is a converse of federation and is a system in which all powers are centralized in the hands of a central government. A single central government controls the whole state with full might. Although the state is divided in provinces and other units but these divisions are administrative in their nature. These sub-divisions completely work under the supervision and control of the central government. In unitary form of government, the political authority is centralized.
Aminullah Chaudhry was born in 1944.He was inducted in Civil Service of Pakistan (CSP) in 1967. All through his vocation, He served at many posts extending from Deputy Commissioner Shiekhupura, Commissioner Lahore division, Finance Secretary of Punjab, Principal Secretary to caretaker Prime Minister Mairaj Khalid and Director General of Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). He was the head of CAA on twelfth October 1999, when the plane carrying General Pervez Musharraf was kept from Landing in Karachi. Aminullah Chaudhry was also nominated in plane capturing case however he was later cleared by the court. This book sums up the story of Civil Service of Pakistan, from British Raj days to modern day Pakistan.
Veer Savarkar’s works: “Kamala”, “Mazi Janmathep” (My Life Sentence) were in Marathi language. The famous book “1857- First War of Independence” had so much rattled the Britishers that they put a ban on it, confiscating all copies within the six months of its release. 7. On 1 February 1966, Veer Savarkar refused taking medicines, food and water. He called this “aatmarpan” and on 26 February 1966 he succumbed to his “aatmarpan” an passed away.
Moreover when the elections took place, East Pakistan won majority seats in their part and now it was clear that they wanted to become an independent state. This concluded that the political relations between the two frontiers were not good and due to this the military was again involved in the role of politics. In March 1971, Pakistan launched a military operation against Awami League (East Pakistan). The military was now fighting Awami League, Mukhti bandis and India due to political disagreements. By December, 1971 the Pakistan army surrendered to India in Dhaka and lost control.
BACKGROUND – WHY THE CONFLICT? The OROP scheme was terminated by the Indian Ministry of Defence (MoD) in 1973, through an ex-parte decision during the tenure of Indian National Congress led by Indira Gandhi. Also, in 2008, the United Progressive Alliance led by Dr. Manmohan Singh, disregarded OROP for armed forces and granted OROP to present as well as the future civil servants, at the apex pay grade i.e. the highest pay grade. It also granted the Non-functional financial upgradation (NFU) to the bureaucrats and created many new posts at the apex pay grade scale, so as to make all the civilians eligible for apex OROP pension.
As a matter of fact, 1962-90s could be termed as a transition period in Bihar’s political history. This was the period when Bihar witnessed the chief minister ship of three leaders from the Dalit communities, namely, Bhola Paswan Shastry, Ram Sunder Das and Jitan Ram Manjhi. Bhola Paswan became the first dalit chief minister and joined office thrice during 1968-1971. Shastri thrice served as chief minister during 22.03.1968 - 29.06.1968, 22.06.1969-04.07.1969, and 02.06.1971 -09.01.1971. Paswan succeeded Deep Narayan Singh, Binodanand Jha, K.B.