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The Supreme Court once again waded into tricky terrain when CJI Bobde’s bench said it would like to interact with Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari on introducing electric vehicles. The lines between the judiciary and executive should not be blurred. Making and executing policy should remain the domain of the government.

Kejriwal-Shah meet a positive sign. But they must go beyond photo-ops, work together for Delhi

Arvind Kejriwal’s meeting with Home Minister Amit Shah after a bitter election campaign signals a positive change in the Delhi chief minister’s approach. But neither political blame-game, nor feel-good photo-ops are a substitute for performance. Kejriwal must now work with the Centre to make Delhi a liveable, 21st century capital.

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  1. Judiciary must be off policy issues. A loose cannon executive is kept in check by the legislature. India has a loose cannon legislature too!!!!

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