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  • What is the difference between Nationality and Citizenship?

    The constitution of India deals with the citizenship from the articles 5 to 11 under Part II. The Citizenship Act, 1995 prescribes 5 way of acquiring citizenship i.e. Birth, Descent, Registration, Naturalization and Incorporation of the territory. The Nationality can be obtained by Birth and Inheritance.

    Aug 22, 2017
  • What is the difference between e-Government & e-Governance?

    By e-Government we mean the use of ICT in government operations, as a tool to increase the outreach of the government services to the general public. e-Governance, on the other hand, implies the use of ICT in transforming and supporting functions and structures of the system.

    Aug 17, 2017
  • What is the Salary and Perks of the President of India?

    In the October 2017, the Government of India decided to increase the salary of The President of India from Rs. 1.5 lac /month to Rs. 5 lac / month. In addition to the salary the president receives other allowances in which free medical, housing and treatment facilities (whole life) are provided. After this new salary the president will get Rs. 1.5 lac /month as pension.

    Jul 17, 2017
  • Power and Functions of the Prime Minister of India

    In the scheme of parliamentary system of the government provided by the constitution, the president is the nominal executive authority (de jure executive) and Prime Minister is the real executive authority (de facto executive). So president is the head of the state while Prime Minster is the head of the government. In this article, we have explained about the Power and Functions of the Prime Minister of India.

    Jul 1, 2017
  • What are the rights of the children in India?

    Although we all have read and heard about human rights but people talk lesser about children's rights because people think that they are children, so what kind of rights children can have? But for the kind information of such ignorant we made this article so that rights of the children can also be known by parents and other civilians.

    Jun 23, 2017
  • How much does one minute of a Parliament session cost?

    Members of Parliament are representative of public to put their problems in front of the leaders of the country. But recent disruption during winter session of the parliament caused the loss of Rs. 144 crore or Rs. 2.5 lakhs/minute to the exchequer. So this wastage of public money raised a serious question on the functioning of the parliament.

    May 12, 2017
  • List of Current Governors of Indian state and Union Territories

    Articles 153 to 167 in Part VI of the Indian Constitution deal with the State Executive. The State Executive consists of the Governor, the Chief Minister, the Council of Ministers and the Advocate General of the State. At present India has 29 state governors and 7 administrators of Union Territories.

    Apr 28, 2017
  • Powers and duties of Indian Prime Minister

    Article 75 of the Indian Constitution envisages that there will be a Prime Minister of India who shall be appointed by the President. Prime Minister is the leader of the Cabinet Ministers. Main executive powers of the government are vested in the Prime Minister while the President is the nominal head of the State.

    Apr 17, 2017
  • Important facts about Police FIR

    In order to maintain a legal system in a huge country like India, the constitution had laid down the foundation of system of Law. As against Indian army and other paramilitary forces, our police force is mainly responsible for maintaining internal peace and security of the country. In this article, we have provided all the information related to FIR and have tried to clear up various suspicions in order to provide guidance to the people.

    Feb 16, 2017
  • List of Articles Related to Governor of the State

    Articles from 153 to 167 in Part VI of the constitution deal with the state executive. The state executive consists of the Governor, the Chief Minister the Council of Ministers and the Advocate General of the State. The post of the Governor at the state level is like the President at the centre.

    Feb 7, 2017
  • List of Articles Related to Supreme Court of India

    The Supreme Court of India was inaugurated on January 28, 1950. It succeeded the Federal Court of India and established under the Government of India Act, 1935. Articles from 124 to 147 in Part V of the constitution deal with the organization, independence, jurisdiction, powers procedures of the Supreme Court. At present Supreme Court has 31 judges including the Chief Justice of India.

    Feb 7, 2017
  • List of Articles Related To Parliament of India

    The Parliament of India is comprises of Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and President of India. Article 79 of the Indian constitution says that India will have a parliament for making laws to run the democratic set up of the country.

    Jan 27, 2017
  • Difference between Public Bill and Private Bill

    Bills introduced in the Parliament are of two kinds: public bills and private bills (also known as government bills and private members’ bills respectively). Though both are governed by the same general procedure and pass through the same stages in the House.

    Dec 23, 2016
  • Difference between Council of Ministers and Cabinet

    The parliamentary system in India taken from the British constitution. The council of ministers is lead by the prime minister, who is the real executive authority of the Indian political system. Article 74 of our constitution deals with the status of the council of ministers while article 75 deals with the appointment, tenure, responsibility, oath, qualification, allowances and salaries of the ministers.

    Nov 21, 2016
  • Comparison between the National Emergency (352) and President’s Rule (356)

    The emergency provisions are contained in part XVIII of the constitution, from articles 352 to 360. National Emergency is mentioned in the article 352 and president’s rule is mentioned in article 356 of the Indian constitution. National Emergency can be proclaimed only when country is threatened by war, external aggression or armed rebellion.

    Nov 21, 2016