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To say “the President has the power to appoint or remove ambassadors (or other officials)” is not enough. If, for instance, he received a bribe to appoint or remove someone, that would not be a legitimate exercise of his powers.

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The government estimated total dues of #BhartiAirtel  at Rs 35,000 crore, almost double the amount it had deposited and nearly thrice the amount it pegs is due.

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