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Lok Sabha

2013 introduced in Lok Sabha Jagran Josh recommends this article for Bank Exams, MBA Entrance Exams, Civil Services Exam, SSC Exams Suggested Readings: August 2013 Current Affairs, National | India, 2013 Current Affairs Published on: 11-AUG-2013 23 1 « Previous Current Affair Google + 5 Next Current Affair » The Union Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Minister K.V. Thomas on 7 August 2013 introduced National Food Security Bill 2013 in Lok Sabha. This was done to...

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Jan Lok Pal Bill

deters corruption while providing effective protection to whistleblowers.[2][3] For 42 years, the government-drafted bill has failed to pass through the Rajya Sabha, the upper house of the Parliament of India.[4] The first Lokpal Bill was passed in the 4th Lok Sabha[clarification needed What is this?] in 1969 but stalled in the Rajya Sabha. Subsequent Lokpal bills were introduced in 1971, 1977, 1985, 1989, 1996, 1998, 2001, 2005 and 2008 but all failed to pass.[5] Following the four day Anna Hazare...

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India's political system

government on constitutional matters. The President can return a Parliamentary Bill once for reconsideration and, in times of crisis such as a hung Parliament, the role is pivotal. The President can declare a state of emergency which enables the Lok Sabha to extend its life beyond the normal five-year term. Current President: Pratibha Patil (1st woman to ever to become President in India) • There is also the post of Vice-President who is elected by the members of an electoral college consisting...

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holiday homework of dps ranipur

development. MATHEMATICS Theme – Lok Sabha Election 2014 in Uttarakhand 1*. As per section 34(1)a R.P. Act 1951, every general candidate is required to make a security deposit of Rs.25000/- for Lok Sabha election . A defeated candidate who fails to secure more than one sixth or 16.33% of the valid votes polled in the constituency will lose his security deposit. Find the minimum number of votes required for a candidate to save his/her security in each of the five Lok sabha seats in Uttarakhand . 2*...

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passed by Lok Sabha has incorporated some of the recommendations of the Department Related Standing Committee on Personnel, Public Grievances, Law and Justice.  The Lok Pal Bill, 2011, introduced in the Lok Sabha on August 4, 2011, was withdrawn by the government.  PRS prepares a note of comparison of the Lok Pal Bill, 2011; the Standing Committee Report on the Lok Pal Bill; and the Lok Pal and Lokayuktas Bill, 2011. Also, prepares a note of comparison of major differences between the Lok Pal Bill...

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Election of President of India

the election of the President - Article 55 Eligibility Conditions as per Article 58 • The candidate should be a Indian citizen. • Should have completed the age of thirty-five (35) years. • Should be qualified for election as a member of the Lok Sabha. • Should not hold any office of profit under the Union Government or any state government or any local or other authority Condition as per Article 59 • The President should not be a member of any house of Union or State legislature. Presidents’...

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india is a democratic country

People (Lok Sabha) and The Council of States (Rajya Sabha) which are the legislature. The President of India is indirectly elected, for a 5 year term, and the Electoral College, is used, where the Members of Parliament of both the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha, and the Members of Legislative Assemblies from all the states and Indian territories cast their vote. The Lok Sabha is composed of representatives of people chosen by direct election on the basis of Universal Adult Suffrage. Lok Sabha has 545...

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Indian Constitution

Chairman of the Rajya Sabha. However, he is not a member of any House. If a member is found sitting in another House of Parliament, of which he is not a member, he has to pay a fine of Rs 5000. Rajya Sabha has 250 members—238 elected and 12 nominated by the President. Uttar Pradesh elects maximum number of members for the Rajya Sabha (34), followed by Bihar (22) and Maharashtra (19). In one year time, the President must hold at least two meetings of the Rajya Sabha. If a state of Emergency...

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True Story of Sonia Gandhi

can be no other explanation for this otherwise meaningless lie. Third, Sonia Gandhi has not studied beyond High School. She has falsely claimed in her affidavit filed as a contesting candidate before the Rae Bareli Returning Officer in the 2004 Lok Sabha elections that she is qualified and got a diploma in English from the prestigious University of Cambridge, UK . The truth is that Ms. Gandhi has never studied in any college anywhere. She did go to a Catholic run seminary-school called Maria Ausiliatrice...

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Brand Wars in Marketing

Gilt-edged market means A. bullion market B. market of government securities C. market of guns D. market of pure metals ------------------------------------------------- Top of Form The present Lok Sabha is the A. 9th Lok Sabha B. 10th Lok Sabha C. 14th Lok Sabha D. 15th Lok Sabha ------------------------------------------------- Top of Form The power to decide an election petition is vested in the A. Parliament B. Supreme Court C. High courts D. Election Commission ------------------------------------------------- ...

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