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Ishan answered 2 year(s) , 2 month(s) ago

key features of indian constitution

The Constitution of India is the supreme law of India. It is a living document, an instrument which makes the government system work. It lays down the framework defining fundamental political principl

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Asked by Aryan

Jan 2

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Deepak commented 1 year(s) , 1 month(s) ago

Why do we need a Parliament?

We need a parliament for making new laws in the country and changing and abolishing existing laws.

We need a Parliament controls the executive organ of the government.

Public money can be spe

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Asked by Kshama

May 13

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Syeda answered 1 year(s) , 10 month(s) ago

Q. How does the Parliament exercise to control over the executive?

Answer.

The Parliament keeps a day-to-day watch over the activities of the Executive. As ours is a parliamentary system of Government, the Executive is responsible to the Parliament for all acts of omission

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Asked by Eshita

Aug 28

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Badigare answered 2 year(s) , 2 month(s) ago

why is it important to separate religion from the state ?

the most important aspect of secularism is its separation of religion from State power. This is important for a country to function democratically. Almost all countries of the world will have more than one reli...

Asked by Vanshita

Sep 5

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Aruna kumari answered 4 year(s) , 6 month(s) ago

Sedition Act 1870.

The Sedition Act, allowed the government to arrest or detain any person without a fair trial in the court who was seen protesting or criticizing the British authority. 

 This was an example of arbitrary use

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Asked by Saranya

Sep 12

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Rajat answered 2 year(s) , 2 month(s) ago

functions of parliament.

Parliament has four main functions: legislation (making laws), representation (acting on behalf of voters and citizens), scrutiny (examining the government), and formation of government.

Asked by Ruby

Aug 28

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Aruna kumari answered 4 year(s) ago

Why should be the government responsible for providing Public facilities?

because its there duty

Asked by Aman

Mar 7

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Samriddhi answered 1 year(s) , 8 month(s) ago

Why does a country need a constitution?

A country needs constitution as it serves many purposes. Few of them are:

  • It serves Justice,Liberty and Equality to each citizen according to their status nad opportunities.
  • It provides k
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Asked by Aditya

May 6

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Aruna kumari answered 4 year(s) , 1 month(s) ago

Why is the Indian judiciary called unified Judiciary ?

Indian Judiciary is an integrated and unified system. The Indian Judiciary is organised in a hierarchical form. At the bottom there are numerous Nyaya Panchayats and at the apex there is the Supreme Court...

Asked by Eshita

Feb 28

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Aruna kumari answered 4 year(s) , 1 month(s) ago

What role does goverment play in providing public facilities?

  The public facilities that the government has to provide are as follows:
Water is the most important of them.Some of the other essential facilities are healthcare, sanitation, electricity, public tra

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Asked by Aman

Feb 19

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Ajadeep Sai answered 4 year(s) , 4 month(s) ago

Name the news paper started by Raja Ram Mohan Roy.

Raja Ram Mohan Roy was the founder of newspaper 'Sambad Kaumudi' started in 1821.          

It was a noted pro-Reformist publication that actively campaigned for the abolition of the sati.

Asked by Pranav

Nov 19

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Aruna kumari answered 4 year(s) , 6 month(s) ago

Objectives - Secular State



1. One religious community does not dominate another.
2. That some members do not dominate other members of the same religious community.
3. The State does not enforce any particu...

Asked by Saranya

Sep 12

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Shivam Singh answered 3 year(s) , 8 month(s) ago

Write 5 slogans on equality and ego.

  • Equality
1. All the citizens of a state cannot be equally powerful, but they may be equally free.
2. A wise person is one who understands and respects others point of view as well...

Asked by Pragnya

Jun 16

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Rajat answered 2 year(s) , 2 month(s) ago

Write a short note on directive principles of state policy.

Constitution deal with the Directive Principles of State Policy. The Directive Principles are the guiding principles for governance but are not enforceable by any court.

That does not change the fa

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Asked by Ruby

Aug 14

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Aruna kumari answered 4 year(s) , 6 month(s) ago

what do you mean by secular state?

A secular state is a concept of secularism, whereby a state or country purports to be officially neutral in matters of religion, supporting neither religion nor irreligion

Asked by Saranya

Sep 12

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Ajadeep Sai answered 4 year(s) , 9 month(s) ago

Why we need a constitution?

Constitution of a country is a set of written rules that are accepted by all people living together in a country
1. We require constitution for India so that their is a smooth ru
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Asked by Rajasoorya

Jun 24

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Manal answered 4 year(s) , 1 month(s) ago

Why enforcement of safety laws is important in any factory?

Enforcement is even more important when the law seeks to protect the weak from the strong.
By enforcing and upholding these laws, the government can control the activities of individuals or private compa...

Asked by Aman

Feb 19

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Ajadeep Sai answered 4 year(s) , 7 month(s) ago

unpopular laws

a. Prevention of terrorism act (POTA) - This law has been opposed on the basis that it gives draconian powers of arrest without warrant to the police in the case of suspected terrorists.

b. Arme...

Asked by Vilas

Aug 23

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Aruna kumari answered 4 year(s) , 2 month(s) ago

What is the difference between the role of the police and the role of the court ?

The Police investigates any report of a crime committed.
The Police registers a complaint, investigates into the crime and arrests the suspects of the crime.
The Police should collect facts and e

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Asked by Bharat

Jan 17

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Ajadeep Sai answered 4 year(s) , 7 month(s) ago

Justice delayed is justice denied'.

CHECK YOUR QUESTION.

Asked by Aman

Aug 30

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