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(Part 1) Learning M. Laxmikanth through 50 Polity Facts.
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Rahul Agrawal
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Amit SHUKLA
3 months ago
thanks keep supporting
Can you elaborately Differentiate between Seat and Bench?. because Lucknow and Madurai all are mentioned as Benches of Allahabd and Madras HCs.. no where they are called Seats..
Directive Principles are POSITIVE in nature as they require the state to do certain things , while Fundamental Rights are NEGATIVE in nature as they prohibit the state from doing certain .
  1. LEARNING M,LAXMIKANTH THROUGH 50 POLITY FACTS By Rahul Agrawal R. AGRAWAL


  2. So far in the doubt destroyer series Emergency provisions Anti - defection law Amendment of the constitution 2 & 3 7 & 8 4 6 Fundamental duties and Schedules Tribunals And centre state relations DPSP And President ofIndia R. AGRAWAL


  3. Many more to come... Whoa! That's great, aren't you excited? R. AGRAWAL


  4. The constitution has declared Delhi as the seat of the supreme court. Article 130 Understand it as branch. But chief justice of India can appoint other places as well as seat of the SC Only with the president's approval< R. AGRAWAL


  5. 2 The pocket of the Indian President is bigger than that of American President, Remember pocket veto? American President has to return the bill to the congress within 10 days. R. AGRAWAL


  6. 3 The procedure for the impeachment of a judge of a high court is same as that for a judge of the supreme court. R. AGRAWAL


  7. 4 The writ of prohibition can also be issued against a tribunal. R. AGRAWAL


  8. 5 Directive principles are positive in nature, whereas fundamental rightd are negative (why)? R. AGRAWAL


  9. QUARTERLY CURRENT AFFAIRS (JULY TO SEPTEMBER 2018) FOR UPSC PRELIMS 2019 - By Rahul Agrawal We PR.ate R. AGRAWAL


  10. 6 The constitution does not prescribe the time frame within which the state should give their consent (ratify) to an amendment bill, R. AGRAWAL


  11. 8 Article 358 is applicable to the entire country, whereas article 359 may also extend to a part of it. What is article 358 and 359? R. AGRAWAL


  12. 10 When the speaker presides over the house, deputy speaker becomes an ordinary member. But when deputy speaker presides, he/she assumes all the powers of the speaker. R. AGRAWAL