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Suspension of Parl unlawful: UK top court 25.9.2019 The Shillong Times
London: In a major setback for Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Britain’s Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled in a historic verdict that his decision to suspend Parliament in the run-up to Brexit was “unlawful”. Johnson suspended, or prorogued, Parliament for five weeks earlier this month, saying it was to allow for a Queen’s Speech to outline […]
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'Unlawful,' says UK Supreme Court on Parliament suspension by Boris Johnson 24.9.2019 The Asian Age | Home
'The court is bound to conclude... that the decision to advise Her Majesty to prorogue parliament was unlawful,' the court said.
Oxford University Press merges its two education divisions 22.9.2019 Education – The Indian Express
Explore the unexplored with offbeat destinations in India 22.9.2019 Lifestyle – The Indian Express
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India, Japan, US navies to conduct wargames 22.9.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The Malabar exercise started in 1992 as a bilateral one between the Indian Navy and the US Navy in the Indian Ocean.
Fearing the ‘outsider’ 22.9.2019 Panorama – The Navhind Times
Frederick Noronha A man died an untimely death in our village. There was an outpouring of grief. Many paid their tributes. This may not seem very unusual, because there is considerable sadness and regret when anyone dies too early. We are left to cope with that feeling of what would his (or her) life had …
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Cameron’s biggest lesson was that a balanced view on politics of the Indian subcontinent is no view at all 20.9.2019 Columns – The Indian Express
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UK's Corbyn suggests will stay neutral if new Brexit vote 19.9.2019 PTI: All news
UK's Corbyn suggests will stay neutral if new Brexit vote
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Underfire PM calls up Hulk, claims 'huge' Brexit progress 16.9.2019 PTI: All news
Underfire PM calls up Hulk, claims 'huge' Brexit progress
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Underfire PM calls up Hulk, claims ‘huge’ Brexit progress 16.9.2019 World News – The Navhind Times
London: Prime Minister Boris Johnson insisted Sunday that “huge” progress was being made in Brexit talks and declared Britain would break out of the European Union just like the comicbook hero Hulk. The Conservative leader made the comments ahead of meetings with European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker and EU negotiator Michel Barnier in Luxembourg on …
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Now is an apt time to spread the message of non-violence 16.9.2019
The divisiveness of Brexit still prevails as the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, tries to find a solution. The House of Commons has also gone against Mr Johnson by voting that the UK will not be allowed to leave the EU without an agreement. But does that bother BoJo? Not at all. He still thinks the UK will exit come October 31. No one is clear how he will manage that — but perhaps he is trying to channel some superhuman powers. He has compared the UK with the "Incredible Hulk", a character popular with readers of comic books. Many are now trying to analyse the cartoon superhero to understand what the Prime Minister meant; as the chief characteristic of the "Hulk" is that he is transformed from a mild-mannered scientist (who invented him) called Bruce Banner into a huge green monster when he is angered. But maybe somewhere the PM is worried. He, of course, claims that he remains stress-free by taking early morning walks with his new pet dog, and reading poetry at night to put ...
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UK's Boris Johnson claims huge progress in Brexit talks 15.9.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Johnson took office in July promising to leave the EU next month with or without a deal, but has faced resistance from the House of Commons.
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Raging waters 14.9.2019 Reviews–Books – The Indian Express
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UK Parliament speaker vows to thwart PM over Brexit law 14.9.2019 World News – The Navhind Times
AFP London Britain’s parliamentary speaker has warned Prime Minister Boris Johnson not to disobey the law by refusing to ask for a Brexit delay and vowed to thwart any attempt to circumvent legislation. Parliament passed a law earlier this month aimed at preventing a no-deal Brexit, but Johnson is adamant Britain will still leave the …
Nick Clegg is guest at Express Adda today 13.9.2019 Front Page – The Indian Express
Didn't lie to Queen over Parliament suspension: UK PM Boris Johnson 13.9.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The power to prorogue the UK Parliament lies with the British monarch, who conventionally acts on the advice of the Prime Minister.
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Justin Trudeau dissolves Parliament, calls for polls in October 12.9.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Justin Trudeau is gunning to hold onto his liberal majority in a tight race against newcomers on both flanks.
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Justin Trudeau calls for polls in October, dissolves Parliament 12.9.2019
Ottawa: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kicked off a challenging six-week re-election campaign on Wednesday and immediately faced new questions about a nagging ethics scandal that could cut support for his Liberal Party. Trudeau, who swept to office in November 2015 promising "sunny ways" and stressing the importance of gender equality and the environment, faces an electorate more focused on the economy and affordability when it votes on Oct 21. "We have a huge amount of work still to do ... under a Liberal government, Canada will continue to move forward," he told reporters after launching the race. The 47-year-old married father of three, whose colourful socks and classic good looks are often splashed across the international media, may have history on his side. Not since 1935 has a Canadian prime minister who won a parliamentary majority in his first term been booted from office in the next election. But polls strongly suggest Trudeau may not win enough seats to govern by ...
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UK Parliament suspension ruled unlawful; govt to appeal 12.9.2019 World News – The Navhind Times
PTI London In yet another blow to his leadership, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend the Parliament from this week until mid-October was ruled “unlawful” by Scotland’s highest court on Wednesday.  A panel of three judges at the Court of Session in Scotland found in favour of a cross-party group of politicians who …
Here’s what to do if someone is having a heart attack 11.9.2019 Health – The Indian Express
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