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Agam answered 1 year(s) , 3 month(s) ago

What is the need for political institution?

We need the political institutions for the following purposes:
1.To ensure security to the citizens and to provide facilities and education to all
2.To collect tax and maintain administration,de...

Asked by Udham

Feb 14

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Aruna kumari answered 3 year(s) , 11 month(s) ago

What are the powers of the President of India?

The powers of the president are: The Legislative powers, The Executive powers, The Financial powers, The Judicial powers.

The Legislative powers of the president are
The presi

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Asked by Tanvi

Mar 1

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

"India has an integrated judiciary."Explain.

India's Judicial System is pyramidal in nature. 

At the apex of country's judicial system is the Supreme Court which is supreme guardian of the law of the land, comprising of chief justice and other

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Asked by Arpit

Dec 29

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Aruna kumari answered 3 year(s) , 11 month(s) ago

What are the Emergency Powers of the President of India?

During the times of emergency in the Indian Union the President is vested with special powers and he also becomes the real head of the country.

The President of India has the power to decla

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Asked by Tanvi

Mar 1

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Aruna kumari answered 3 year(s) , 10 month(s) ago

What are the powers of the Prime Minister of India?

The Prime Minister has several powers as the head of the government.
He chairs cabinet meetings, and assigns work to the other ministers.
He also has the power to dismiss ministers.
If the

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Asked by Adithyan

Mar 22

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Agam answered 1 year(s) , 5 month(s) ago

What is a coalition government?

coalition govt is one which is formed by two or more parties.As no single party enjoys absolute majority,two or more parties will form an alliance and then form goernment.

PM of coalition govt c...

Asked by Apurbo

Mar 25

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Aditya answered 3 year(s) , 11 month(s) ago

What is PIL?

Public interest litigation is litigation for public interest i.e., it is a case filed in the interest of the public by a representative of the public.
PIL was started to protect the fundamental rights of...

Asked by Sagar

Jan 10

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Aruna kumari answered 3 year(s) ago

What are the Differences between Parliamentary and Presidential Form of Government?

Parliamentary Government:

The executive is not separated from the legislature. The members of council of ministers are the members of legislature.
The executive is accountable

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Asked by Sagar

Jan 10

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Aruna kumari answered 3 year(s) , 10 month(s) ago

What are 'Reserved Constituencies'?

Electoral constituencies are reserved for candidates from Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes are known as reserved constituencies.

The constitution makers made the provision for reserved constitue

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Asked by Adithyan

Mar 22

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Aruna kumari answered 3 year(s) , 10 month(s) ago

'The Parliament exercise political authority on behalf of the people' Explain

In all democracies, an assembly of elected representatives exercises supreme political authority on behalf of the people in the following ways:

Parliament is the final authority for making new laws i

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Asked by Apurbo

Mar 25

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

What are functions of Judiciary, Executive and Legislature ?

The Legislative branch of government is responsible for enacting the laws of the state and appropriating the money necessary to operate the government.

The Executive branch is responsible for im...

Asked by Perminder

Dec 12

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Aruna kumari answered 4 year(s) , 8 month(s) ago

Pls tell me about No Confidence Motion .

A motion moved by the opposition to prove that it has no confidence in the Council of Ministers. If such a motion is passed by the majority of members of the Lok Sabha, the ministry has to resign.

Asked by Mehul

May 29

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Aruna kumari answered 3 year(s) , 10 month(s) ago

Explain any three powers of the Prime Minister of India

The Prime Minister has several powers as the head of the government.

He chairs cabinet meetings, and assigns work to the other ministers.

He also has the power to dismiss ministers.

I

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Asked by Adithyan

Mar 22

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Syeda answered 1 year(s) , 2 month(s) ago

Mandal Commission

Answer.

Mandal Commission was established in India on 1 January 1979 by the Janata Party government under Prime Minister Morarji Desai with a mandate to "identify the socially or educationally b...

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Aruna kumari answered 4 year(s) ago

Describe the functions and powers of the parliament


Law making powers:

The Parliament of the Union Government is competent to legislate on all matters that are enumerated in the Union List and the Concurrent List of the Constitution. In the Concurrent

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Asked by Priya

Jan 11

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

Define Political Executive.

Politician who is elected by the people for a specific period is called the political executive. Political leaderswho take the big decisions fall in this category.


Asked by Simantik

Dec 12

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Aruna kumari answered 3 year(s) , 10 month(s) ago

MCQ

 He was not allowed to consult his lawyer  

Asked by Adithyan

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Kiruba commented 4 year(s) , 1 month(s) ago

Why Lok Sabha is known as House of People?

Lok Sabha is composed of representative of the people chosen by direct election on the basis of adult suffrage so it  is known as house of people.

Asked by Kiruba

Dec 12

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Aruna kumari answered 3 year(s) , 10 month(s) ago

Which one of the following is a violation of the right to life or personal liberty?

c) He was not allowed to consult his lawyer  

Asked by Adithyan

Mar 22

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

Pls explain the procedure for removal of judges of the Supreme Court.

Once a person is appointed as a judge of the Supreme Court or High Court, it is very difficult to remove him or her from that position. a judge can be removed only by an impeachment motion passed seperately by...

Asked by Mehul

May 29

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