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Asked by Udham Singh

Feb 14, 2015

What is the need for political institution?

We need the political institutions for the following purposes:

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Mar 1, 2015

What are the powers of the President of India?

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

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Mar 1, 2015

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...

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Dec 29, 2014

"India  has an integrated judiciary."Explain.

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Asked by Adithyan Sanal

Mar 22, 2015

Mention any six powers of the Prime Minister of India as head of the state. 

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

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Asked by Apurbo Satapathy

Mar 25, 2015

What is a coalition government?
Why the Prime Minister of a coalition government cannot take decisions as he likes?

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 ca...

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Asked by Sagar

Jan 10, 2015

What is PIL?

Anyone can approach the courts if public interest is hurt by the actions of the government. This is called Public Interest Litigation.

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Asked by Sagar

Jan 10, 2015

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 accountab...

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Asked by Adithyan Sanal

Mar 22, 2015

 What are 'Reserved Constituencies'?
Why was the system of reserved constituencies introduced in India?

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

The const...

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Asked by Apurbo Satapathy

Mar 25, 2015

In which ways does the Parliament exercise political authority on behalf of the people?

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 au...

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