Functions of Legislature

Legislature   A legislature in India is a deliberative assembly with the authority to make laws for a political entity such as a country or city. Legislatures form important parts of most governments; in the separation of powers model, they are often contrasted with the executive and judicial branches of government. Laws enacted by legislatures are known as legislation. Legislatures observe and steer governing actions and usually have exclusive authority to amend the budget or budgets

Special Status of Jammu And Kashmir (J&K)

Special Status of Jammu And Kashmir (J&K) At the present, the state of Jammu and Kashmir (J & K) enjoys a very special status, within the Indian Union. The status of J & K is governed by Article 370 of the Indian Constitution. Its status is different from the status of other constituent states. Before independence of India, Jammu and

Role of Bureaucracy in India

Role of Bureaucracy in India In the modern administrative system of India, the bureaucracy or the Civil Service plays a crucial role. In a democratic system of government, the power to govern is entrusted to the elected representatives of the people. In Parliamentary democracies such as that of India, the council of ministers with the

Importance of Preamble in Indian Constitution

Importance of Preamble in Indian Constitution   Indian constitution has a preamble attached to it. Though the preamble of the Constitution of India does not constitute an operative part of the Indian Constitution, yet it serves several important purposes. It explains the ideals and objectives of the Constitution. Short Note On Preamble Of Indian Constitution

Advantages and Disadvantages of Party System

Advantages and disadvantages of one party system   If there is a one-man rule in any place, there is no room for the formation of parties. When there is a one-man rule, there may be parties, now and then, among his advisers, but such parties can have no fixity. The stronger the ruler, the weaker

Role and Functions of Judiciary in India

Role and Functions of Judiciary in India The Judiciary in India performs various important role and functions which do not remain confined within the traditional jurisdiction of Civil and Criminal: Prevention of violation of law: In the case of violation of law, a suit is filed against the offender. The judge hears both sides and

Judicial System in India

Judicial System in India There is a single integrated judicial system in India. It is organized on the pyramidal form. At the apex of the entire judicial system stands the Supreme Court of India. Immediately below the Supreme Court are the various High Courts and below them are be subordinate courts in each state. All

Emergency Powers of Indian President

The Indian Constitution has vested extensive powers to the Union Government or the President to deal with abnormal conditions in times of emergency. The Constitution of India in Part XVIII provides three different types of emergency (National, State, and Financial) and in each case, the President is empowered to declare the emergency. The emergency provisions

Index of Industrial Production (IIP)

What is it: The Index of Industrial Production (IIP) measures short-term changes in industrial activity in the country. Historical Background: The first attempt to compile IIP in India was made by the office of economic adviser in the ministry of commerce and industry with the base year 1937 covering 15 items of which 13 were from

August 12, 2017

THE HINDU   Growth likely to be in the lower range, closer to 6.5% India keen to run Sri Lanka airport Risks to growth Slow injustice   INDIAN EXPRESS Gorakhpur hospital tragedy: 60 kids die in five days, 9 the day Yogi Adityanath came visiting Economic survey 2: Flagging growth risks, Govt calls for monetary easing AICTE

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