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Secondly, the union government cannot encroach upon the power of the state government using this legislation," said Raja.
MR LEATHERBARROW is correct when he writes (Daily Post Letters, March 11) that on February 7, 2000, the chief executive of the Mersey Docks and Harbour Company wrote to Professor Quentin Hughes expressing their willingness to give an understanding not to encroach upon the area of public open space to the south of the floating roadway.
If hastily enacted without asking basic questions about their relevancy and likely effectiveness in targeting terrorists, some actions would encroach upon Americans' basic rights, especially those provided by the First and Fourth Amendments.
What defined quackery in eighteenth century rural Germany, according to Lindemann, was its attempt to encroach upon the livelihood of another practitioner who deemed himself more qualified; quackery was not seen as a dangerous deficiency in medical knowledge.
In the Old South, Cash argued, this trait was found not just in the Southern planter, "wholly content with his autonomy and jealously guardful that nothing should encroach upon it," but also among "the farmers and the crackers [who] were in their own way self-sufficient, too - as fiercely careful of their prerogatives of ownership, as jealous of their sway over their puny domains, as the grandest lord.
For some people, especially women, their financial health may encroach upon their physical health, if stress over money begins to make them sick.
It has become common sight in all the markets in the capital city that shopkeepers encroach upon pavements in front of their shops while vendors set up stalls on roads.
He added that what unites us is the Constitution, and building a state of institutions and freedoms within the framework of the democratic system, and real participation in the governance of the country, and that what separates us is a violation of the Constitution, and the distortion of the democratic process, and to encroach upon the rights of all components , and the establishment of the authority of individuals that leads to the dictatorship of a new style.
He warned shopkeepers and vendors not to encroach upon footpaths otherwise strict action would be taken against them.
We will not allow any anti democracy plot to succeed nor will any one be permitted to encroach upon the rights of the people.
The Indian claims "impinge upon Pakistan's territorial limits in Sir Greek area and encroach upon its territorial waters, which are within its sovereign jurisdiction," the Nation quoted the letter, as saying.
It does not encroach upon forest land and should be given the go- ahead at the earliest.
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