Terminology

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Apr'19

Election of the Indian President

Article 54: The President of India is elected by an Electoral College and the Electoral College consists of the elected …

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Mar'19

Indian President’s term of Office

The Indian President holds office for a term of five years. However he can resign from his office at any …

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Mar'19

Parliament of India

The parliament is the supreme legislative body of a country. Our Parliament comprises of the President and the two Houses- …

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Mar'19

Parliamentary system Government in India

President as Head of State and the National Executive: President of India is the head of State. He is chief …

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Mar'19

Fundamental Duties

The fundamental Duties of citizens were added by the 42nd Amendment Act in 1976. The ten Fundamental Duties which are …

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Mar'19

Differences between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy

Fundamental rights Even the Government cannot take away or abridge these rights. These are enforceable in law courts The Government …

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