legislative powers of the president of india

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  • Corporate speech & the First Amendment: history, data, and implications.

    ... have been understood as royal franchises, powers or property to a subset of citizens, and the ... trading companies, such as the East India Company. (12) These trading companies functioned ... to curtail only Congress, and not the President or executive agencies. Let us also skip the usual ... jurists' resistance to the use of legislative history--i.e., that a multimember regulatory or ...

  • 647 F.2d 300 (2nd Cir. 1981), 80-7773, Texas Trading & Mill. Corp. v. Federal Republic of Nigeria

    ... to give form and substance to the legislative intent. Accordingly, we find that the defense of ...v. President of India, 446 F.2d 1198 (2d Cir.) (State Dep't ... of the extent to which the separation of powers concerns on which the doctrine is based are ...

  • Comparative urban governance for lawyers.

    ..., in Stockholm, despite a large legislative body of elected members that makes the ... organization of local government powers explains the triumph or failure of bike sharing ... situates the ongoing jurisprudence of the Indian courts vis-a-vis property rights, the relocation ... 2011, Romer's idea was put in action by President Porfirio Lobo Sosa of Honduras to form an ...

  • Copyright and inequality.

    ... in South Africa and Pratham Books in India produce childrens' books in their countries' ... ways of configuring potential '"rights, powers, privileges and immunities'" in our conceptions .... (107.) Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 1997, Pub. L. No. ... Wensink, author of Broken Piano for President, penned a self-revealing piece humorously ...

  • Scholarly discourse and the cementing of norms: the case of the Indian Supreme Court - and a plea for research.

    ... many around the world, including then-President Clinton, after it (and neighboring Pakistan) ... through the passage of an ordinary legislative act. (56) After all, even within the fundamental ...; secularism and federalism; separation of powers; a mutual respect for the fundamental rights and ...

  • OUR PRINCIPLED CONSTITUTION.

    ...A Thirty-Four-Year-Old President? 1396 3. Partisan Gerrymandering 1398 4. National ... that our constitutional rights and duties, powers and permissions are what they are. They concern ...State legislative districts must be equipopulous. These norms ... funeral, and the norm in parts of Southern India that daughters should be wed before puberty. Many ...

  • 796 F.3d 67 (D.C. Cir. 2015), 14-1107, SW Gen. Inc. v. National Labor Relations Bd.

    ... States" to be nominated by the President " by and. with the Advice and Consent of ... the Senate's most important powers: the duty to advise. and consent on ... [ Doolin ] demands legislative" response. . . .\". ). . .   \xC2"...See. Pfizer, Inc. v. Gov't of India, 434 U.S. 308,. 312, 98 S.Ct. 584, 54 ...

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  • Origins of the Clean Air Act: a new interpretation.

    ...) A report by the Department in the legislative history demonstrates that this amendment was a sponse to a recommendation of President Johnson in a special message on natural beauty, ... was formed on December 2, 1970, by taking powers from the Departments of Interior, Agriculture, ... from the Union Carbide facility in Bhopal, India, which resulted in the deaths of approximately ...

  • 984 F.2d 582 (2nd Cir. 1993), 253, Bi v. Union Carbide Chemicals and Plastics Co. Inc.

    ... gas from a plant operated by Union Carbide India Limited ("UCIL") into densely populated parts of ...Schlueter eds., 1990). Its President is chosen for a five-year term by an electoral ... of government in a system of separation of powers." Banco Nacional de Cuba v. Sabbatino, 376 U.S. ... settlement must be made through the legislative or judicial channels that are available in India. ...

  • Monopolies and the Constitution: a history of crony capitalism.

    .... President Andrew Jackson's famous hatred for the Bank of ... of monopoly was the equivalent of a legislative amendment to the Constitution: . Every act of ... choice of means to execute its delegated powers is equivalent to a legislative amendment of the ..., in 1856 a state bank charter in Indiana was challenged under that state's privileges or ...

  • Obamas last chance.

    Even President Obama's dwindling residue of faithfuls and ... but not nearly enough on important legislative matters. Congress is frozen by the ideological ... with Iran, it is well within his scope and powers to undertake some much-needed steps in relations ... the following pairs of states: China and India, China and Malaysia, China and Vietnam, Japan and ...

  • The national impact of international criminal law.

    ... to advance the blatant agenda of global powers to get rid of Muammar Gaddafi, an old enemy of ... and William Ruto, respectively elected president and deputy president in April of that year. (11) ... United States and new powers like China and India, and old ones like Russia, have spurned the .... (1) M. Cherif Bassiouni, The Legislative History of the International Criminal Court ...

  • 38 U.S. 519 (1839), Bank Of Augusta v. Earle

    ... to sue and be sued by the name of the President, Directors, and Company of the Bank of the United ...         The question is not on the powers of a corporation, but as to whom and to what ...The East India Company, 1 Vesey, Jr., 371. 2 Lord Raymond, 152. ... action is restricted to the sphere of legislative power, leaving each state free to pursue its own ...

  • Postcolonial Africa in contemporary fiction.

    ...After studying in India, Farah began writing novels, plays, and essays ..."Gurganus's vast creative and imaginative powers, still rooted in the local, are increasingly ...) tells the inside story of the 2012 presidential campaign and election. . THE TOPIC: The authors' ... a bit too much about family trees and legislative wrangling, her style shows her imitating the ...

  • The building blocks of hybrid justice.

    ...(343) The President and Chief Prosecutor, however, were Bosnian ... enjoy both investigative and prosecutorial powers--to be called the Commission for the ... Armed Robbery Against Ships in the Western Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Aden to facilitate ... Serbian opposition parties blocked a legislative amendment to this effect. (547) This arrangement ...

  • Returning sovereignty to the people.

    ... state all fall well within the sovereign powers of a state. (191) . The fact that decisions on ... of the Security Council state that the president can call a meeting if there is a dispute under ... for a Security Council meeting, (235) which India's UN ambassador explained reflected that the ... formation and nature of the state's legislative authority). . (108.) See ROUSSEAU, supra note ...

  • Judging foreign states.

    ...Separation of Powers: Institutional Authority B. Separation of Powers: ...As noted above, if Congress and the President rule foreign acts valid or excludable, courts, as ...One feature of judicial rather than legislative resolution is the authority and competence to ...v. Gov't of India, 434 U.S. 308, 320 (1978) (allowing a foreign ...

  • (De)legitimation at the WTO dispute settlement mechanism.

    ... of Korea, China, Japan, Mexico, Brazil, India, Argentina, Thailand, and Australia. The low ...For many Members, the separation of powers within the WTO is reflected in DSU Article 3(2), ... and warning that "if the legislative response .. is not available or not working, the ... The SAA was a document submitted by the President and approved by Congress that accompanied the US ...

  • Chinese Legal Development Assistance: Which Rule of Law? Whose Pragmatism?

    ... development model, which China's President Xi Jinping now offers to "countries and nations ...(24) Not even the highest legislative organ in China, the National People's Congress, ... aid from Brazil, (53) Chile, (54) and India. (55) . China's concessional aid program does ... rights, and clearly defined administrative powers. (311) At the same time, the stage-based ...

  • Originalist or original: the difficulties of reconciling Citizens United with corporate law history.

    ... corporations to strictly adhere to the powers, activities, and ends detailed in their charters. ... II, Section 1, which provides that the President must be at least thirty-five years old. (37) Nor ... owed their existence to special legislative charters. (61) These special charters enumerated ... Such a prohibition even applied to the East India Company, the most powerful business corporation ...

  • Syria: testing the effectiveness of international law.

    ...Moderator. I received a call from the President of Trinidad and Tobago notifying me of the death ... peace, as well as assuming a quasi-legislative role. So the point that I want to make is that we ... require collaboration from the two great powers involved. They just had a standoff on Crimea and .... Take the Kosovo crisis, for example. India stated in the Security Council that some were ...

  • 516 F.2d 594 (D.C. Cir. 1975), 73-1847, Zweibon v. Mitchell

    ... legal because it was "authorized by the President of the United States, acting through the Attorney ... to the national security involving foreign powers, had been explicitly reserved by the Supreme ... by the language of Title III, by its legislative history, by the fate of proposed wiretap ...: The Search for Legal Controls, 49 Indiana L.J. 539, passim (1974); Hearings on the Role of ...

  • The myth and the reality of American constitutional exceptionalism.

    ... amendment or repeal by ordinary legislative vote, and (4) enforced it by the power of ... rights, as distinct from the allocation of powers between the various branches and levels of ... slightly less frequently, does the Indian Supreme Court. (83) To immediately identify the ... in any primary or other election for President or Vice President, for electors for President or ...

  • Public Utilities and Transportation Electrification

    This Article examines the rapidly evolving role of the nation's electric utilities in developing the network of public electric vehicle (“EV”) charging stations across the country required to facilitate the growth of EVs. As EV adoption in the United States continues to rise, the roles that governmental entities, electric utilities, and market actors will play in deploying the EV charging...