@Article { Title = {The Zero Case: Deadly Implications of the Birla–Sahara Judgment}, Author = {Vijay Simha}, Journal = {Economic and Political Weekly}, Year = { 2017}, Month = {04}, Number = { Issue No. 9}, Volume = {Vol. 52}, Abstract = {The manner of dismissal of the interim appeals filed by Common Cause in the Birla–Sahara Papers case triggers a host of questions, legal and political. The presiding of a particular judge is also problematic as it appears to conflict with the code of conduct for judges, more so with the allegations against the chief justice of India and another sitting judge of the Supreme Court made by Kalikho Pul, former Chief Minister  of Arunachal Pradesh, in his so-called suicide note. }, Publisher = {Economic and Political Weekly}, Type = {Journal} }