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  • Judicial Powers Of The President

    In this post we are going to discuss the judicial powers of the President. The Constitution of India has vested many judicial powers to the President of India. We will discuss it in detail.   Article 72 of the Indian Constitution confers on the President – the power to grant, pardon, reprieve, respite, remit or […]

  • Lucknow Pact UPSC

    Today we are going to discuss the Lucknow Pact which is a very important topic for UPSC and other government exams. The Muslim League had got disillusioned with British on the Khilafat issue and it was on account of this disillusionment that it came closer to the INC. It was in this context that the […]

  • Elections In India | Electoral Reforms

    Elections In India : – In order to ensure fair and free elections in the country part XV of the Constitution lays down the fundamental principles based upon which elections to both the Houses of the Parliament and State Legislature shall be organized. Part XV also provides for an autonomous Election Commission of India so […]

  • Major Functions Of CAG

    These are the major functions of CAG ( Comptroller and Auditor General of India ) : – 1. To prescribe with approval of the President the form in which accounts of Unions and States are to be kept. 2. To audit the accounts related to all expenditure from the Consolidated Fund of India, States and […]

  • What is Non Cooperation Movement

    What is Non Cooperation Movement ? The non-cooperation movement was the first mass based, non violent. This was all India political movement which was launched under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi in the background of Lucknow Pact, Anti Rowlatt Act, Jallianwala Bagh Tragedy, The Great Economic Crisis faced by the Indian people during the World […]

  • Social Stratification Sociology UPSC

    We are going to discuss Social Stratification Sociology UPSC. This topic is very important for UPSC Sociology Optional paper II.   Social stratification is a particular form of social inequality. It refers to the presence of distinct social groups which are ranked one above the other in terms of factors such as prestige and wealth.  […]

  • Presidential & Parliamentary Form Of Government

    In a Presidential form of government the head of the state is elected directly by the people for a fixed time of office and the President is the real executive. He is not responsible to the legislative and chooses the members of council of ministers who are not members of the legislative and they are […]

  • What Is Writ In Indian Constitution

    We will discuss in detail about what is writ In Indian Constitution. Writ jurisdiction has been conferred on the Supreme Court under Article 32 and on the High Court under Article 226. Under this the court enjoys rights to issue – Habeas Corpus, Mandamus, Prohibition, Certiorari, Quo Warranto These writs have originated under the Roman […]