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Breach of Privilege

What does privilege breach mean? Breach of privilege...

Grants by Parliament

Grants Requests Estimates of Consolidated Fund expenditures are...

Breach of Privilege

What does privilege breach mean? Breach of privilege refers to some of the unique rights that legislators in a parliament or assembly enjoy that are essential to their ability to carry out their duties. These rights are specific to legislators and, as such, are not enjoyed by members of any other institution or group of people. These privileges are granted to members of the state legislature and members of the Indian Parliament, respectively, under Articles 105 and 194, which are equivalent articles in the Constitution of India. Only two privileges are...

Breach of Privilege

What does privilege breach mean? Breach of privilege refers to some of the unique rights that legislators in a parliament or assembly enjoy that are...

Grants by Parliament

Grants Requests Estimates of Consolidated Fund expenditures are submitted to the Lok Sabha as Demand for Grants in accordance with Article 113 of the Constitution....

Charged Expenditure

Since independence, many government organizations have adopted all kinds of choices affecting India's politics, society, law, and finances while keeping the "Constitution of India"...

Attorney General of...

Who is India's Attorney General? He or she is referred to in Article 76 of the constitution as being the highest law authority in India....

Deputy Chairman of...

Article 89 of the Constitution creates the position of Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha and directs the Rajya Sabha to choose one of...

Composition of Lok...

The Lok Sabha's maximum membership is set at 552. Out of this, 530 members will represent the states, 20 members will represent the union...

Criticism of Amendment...

On the following grounds, critics have attacked the Constitution's amending process: There is no provision for a special body to change the Constitution, such as...

ARTICLE 5

Article 5 of the Indian Constitution addresses citizenship at the time the constitution was adopted. Due of the peculiar circumstances in India during the...

ARTICLE 13

The Indian Constitution's Article 13, which is divided into four sections, strengthens and adds substance to the idea of basic rights. This article safeguards...
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