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Press Council Act, 1978

26.Power to make regulations.-

the council may make regulations not inconsistent with this act and the rules made thereunder for-

(a) regulating the meeting of the council or any committee thereof and the procedure for conducting the business thereat under section 9;

(b) specifying the terms and conditions of service of the employees, appointed by the council under sub-section (2) of section 11;

(c) regulating the manner of holding any inquiry under this Act;

(d) delegating to the chairman or the Secretary of the council, subject to such conditions as it may think fit to impose, any of its powers under sub-section (3) of section 18;

(e) any other matter for which provision any be made by regulations under this act;

Provided that the regulations made under clause (b) shall be made only with the price approval of the central government.

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