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Asked by Aryan

Jan 2, 2017

What are the top 5 most key features of the Indian Constitution?

1. Federalism,2. parliamentary form of Government,3. Separation of power, 4. Fundamental rights,5. Secularism


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Asked by Kshama Misra

May 13, 2015

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 ...

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Asked by Eshita Mehta

Aug 28, 2014

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

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Asked by Vanshita Rawat

Sep 5, 2015

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...

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Asked by Ruby

Aug 28, 2015

What are the functions of parliament. .. pls answer experts.

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

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Asked by Saranya Sabarinath

Sep 12, 2014

Describe 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 ...

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Asked by Aditya Mittal

May 6, 2015

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 Ruby

Aug 14, 2015

Write a short note on directive principles of state policy.

These rights, defined in Part III of the Constitution, apply irrespective of race, place of birth, religion, caste, creed or gender. They are enforceable by the courts, subject to specific re...

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Asked by Aman Sathe

Mar 7, 2015

Why must governtment bare the responsibilty for providing public ffacilities to the people?

If democracy means the government of the people then its the responsibility ...

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Asked by Aman Sathe

Feb 19, 2015

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, publ...

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