Mr Seshan crosses limit

The Chief Election Commissioner is appointed by the President on the advice of the Union Cabinet. lt is not an appointment under the warrant and seal of the President. His salary is paid out of the consolidated fund of the Union which is voted by Parliament which can also fix his tenure of office by legislation. Continue Reading

Mr Seshan humbled

The hunter is now being hunted. The self-annointed reformer of Indian politics Mr T.N. Seshan is on the run. In an effort to save his skin, the ‘all-powerful’ Chief Election Commissioner whose avowed purpose in life is to cleanse Indian politics is out in the open lobbying for support from the same political parties whom he claims to have cut to size. Continue Reading