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Committees of Indian Parliament by Shubhangi Singh@lexcliq

Parliament is responsible for making laws for the Union of India. It makes the laws on the subject of Union List. Parliament consists of the President of India, Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha. A bill converts into laws when a bill is passed by both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha with required majority. Then, it is […]

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Indian Constitution as a Successful Constitution – by Shubhangi Singh @lexcliq

WHY DO WE NEED CONSTITUTION ? Constitution is a body of fundamental principles or rules according to which a state is constituted or governed The first function of a Constitution is to provide a set of basic rules that allow for minimal coordination amongst the members of the society. In the absence of basic rules […]

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Fundamental Rights – by Shubhangi Singh @lexcliq

A democracy must ensure that the individuals have certain rights and that the government always recognise those rights. Therefore, most of the democratic countries list the rights of the citizens in the Constitution. Such a list of rights that is mentioned and is protected by the Constitution is called bill of rights. A bill of […]

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Supreme Court chided CBI over inaction – by Shubhangi Singh@lexcliq

Recently, Uttam Anand, a Judge in Jharkhand’s District was murdered in a broad daylight was he was out on a walk. The Supreme Court expressed its grief over the inaction of Police and CBI when a judge is threatened. The threats are made to refrain the Judges from delivering their duties, responsibilities and justice. The […]

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Vidhan Parishad – by Shubhangi Singh @lexcliq

Legislatures are elected by the people and they work on the behalf of the people. Legislator is not merely a lawmaking body. Lawmaking is but one of the functions of the legislature. It is the centre of all the democratic political process bag with the actions of walkouts, protest, demonstration concern and cooperation. I won’t […]

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