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    Capital Territory of Delhi. The governor acts as the nominal head whereas the real power lies in the hand of the chief ministers of the states and the chief minister's Council of Ministers. In India, a lieutenant governor is in charge of a Union Territory. However the rank is present only in the union...
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  • foundation semester
    July 18 -- The British Parliament passes the Indian Independence Act. July 19 -- Nawabzada Liaquat Ali Khan (1895-1951) of Muslim League becomes the first Prime Minister.   August 14 -- Birth of Pakistan, consisting of East Bengal, a part of Assam (Sylhet), West Punjab, Sind, NWFP and Baluchistan. Some...
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  • Factionist Becomes Chiefminister
    IF A FACTIONIST BECOMES CHIEF MINISTER? TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter I Chapter II Chapter III : : : Introduction A History Seeped in Political Crime Nine months of Feudal Rule Assassination of Paritala Ravindra, MLA Chapter V : Representations made by TDP Government – Police Nexus Conclusion Chapter...
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  • report of seasonal goods
    CHIEF MINISTER OFINDIA Yashwantrao Chavan Yashwantrao Balwantrao Chavan (12 March 1913 – 25 November 1984) was the firstChief Minister of Maharashtra after the division of Bombay State and the fifth Deputy Prime Minister of India. He was a strong Congress leader, Co-operative leader, social activist...
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  • Miss
    the study all started from the Prime Minister of Malaysia's first Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj, son of the late Sultan Abdul Hamid Shah to the Prime Minister is, that Mohammad Najib Bin Abdul Razak. This study covers every aspect of Prime Minister of the full name and family history...
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  • Robert Cecil
    Who is he? Robert Cecil, Earl of Salisbury, was a major political figure in the reigns of Elizabeth I and I. He was the second son of Lord Burghley who was Chief Minister to Elizabeth I. Cecil was schooled at home where he learned about politics and statesmanship. What was his relationship with...
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  • Constitution of Pakistan
    Provinces have equitable share in the Federation; AND WHEREAS it is necessary that the Legal Framework Order, 2002, as amended by the Chief Executive's Order No. 29 and the Chief Executive's Order No. 32 of 2002, be declared as having been made without lawful authority and of no legal effect, and the Constitution...
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  • history of kerala
    Venadu, Kuttanadu, Kudanadu, Puzhinadu and Karkanadu were the five divisions of Kerala in the Sangham Age. Kottavai (a form of Durga) was the chief diety of people during the Sangham Age (war goddess) Avvayar was the most famous poetess of the Sangham period. Manram was the famous socio-political...
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  • Story of Pakistan
    as Prime Minister [1947-1951]  Liaquat Ali Khan's contributions to the struggle for independence were numerous. After independence, he was thus the natural choice for the premiership. Liaquat Ali Khan was appointed as the first Prime Minister of Pakistan.  Being the first Prime Minister of the country...
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  • GREETINGS
    The Chief Guest for USP Open Day 2008, the Minister for Education, National Heritage, Culture and Arts, Youth and Sports, Labour, Industrial Relations and Employment, Local Government, Urban Development and Housing, Hon Mr. Filipe Bole; Your Excellencies and Members of the Diplomatic Corps; the Deputy...
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  • The Prime Minister of Great Britain
    The Prime Minister of Great Britain There are a lot of political issues in Great Britain today. United Kingdom is a large, industrialized democratic society and as such it has to have politics and therefore political issues. One of those issues how should executive branch work and whether...
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  • Government of Pakistan
    branch is headed by the Prime Minister of Pakistan, who is a chief executive (Head of Government) and exercises his or her power on officers subordinate to him or her. The President of Pakistan is merely afigurehead and Head of State who is a civilian commander-in-chief of the Pakistan Armed Forces and...
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  • About J.Jayalal
    ithaJayalalithaa Jayaram:  born 24 February 1948) commonly referred to as J. Jayalalitha, is the Chief Minister of the state of Tamil Nadu, India. She is the incumbent general secretary of All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK), a Dravidian party. She is called Amma ('Mother') andPuratchi...
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  • Kejriwal Opening Ceremony
    Arvind Kejriwal sworn in as Delhi's seventh Chief Highlights of Arvind Kejriwal's speech after oath taking ceremony 1-The struggle was to give power to the people of Delhi. 2-If anyone asks for bribe, don't say no. Set it up and alert us. We will give you a phone number...and we will catch...
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  • Solution to Real Analysis
    against Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi from Maninagar. The constituency is considered to be a BJP stronghold. “I appeal to all the political parties which oppose BJP to support me in my political battle against the Gujarat Chief Minister... I appeal especially to GPP Chief Keshubhai Patel...
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  • Analysis About 18th Amendment
    were not able to fulfill some of their promises made in the Charter of Democracy. The basic objective of CoD was to restore all powers of the prime minister and turn the president into a show piece according to the 1973 Contitution. The 18th Amendment bill does not serve this objective. The president...
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  • Public Administration : Chief Executive
    executive. Thus it has become a vital part of the government. In this unit, we shall analyse the functions of the chief executive in the light of the differences between the real and the nominal executive. The unit will also highlight the growing strength and importance of the chief exccutive.We shall...
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  • Essay
    was Janata Dal and I was the man everybody looked-for. The Party was dying everywhere else in the Country but, in Bihar, it was thriving because of me. I had some help from pseudo friends like George Fernandez and Nitish Kumar but they were envious of me. They did not like that I was so popular with...
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  • Smps Report
    president of India:- 2 Eligibility or Qualification required for the President of India:- 3 Difference between selection of President and Prime minister:- 3 Term length of the president:- 4 10 essential powers of the president of India:- 4 1. The Executive powers 4 2. Legislative powers 5 ...
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  • President of India
    the head of state of the Republic of India. The President is the formal head of the executive, legislature and judiciary of India and is the commander-in-chief of the Indian Armed Forces. The President is indirectly elected by the people through elected members of the Parliament of India (Lok Sabha and Rajya...
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