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  • Directive Principles of State Policy

    The directive principles of state policy are guidelines which state and central government have to keep in mind while framing new laws and policies. They are not enforceable by any court of law. They...


  • Anti-Corruption Laws in India anti-corruption-say-no

    India ranks 76th (2015) in corruption index published by Transparency International every year. The corruption is rampant in India, both at lower and higher levels. At lower levels, things doesn’t seem to move without...


  • Privileges and Powers of Parliament and its members parliamentary-power

    Parliamentary privilege is a legal protection/immunity from civil or criminal liability which the members of certain legislatures may bring upon themselves while discharging their parliamentary duties. It is common in countries whose constitution is...



  • Indo China Relations

      Indo China relations refer to the bilateral relationships between the People’s Republic of China and the Republic of India.Handpicked Deals Amazon Pantry upto 50% off + Rs. 150 Cashback on Rs. 1000, Rs....


    Every day for a month till 20 March 2016, we will be posting a question whoever answers the question can also ask the question to other members..and the chain of questions will continue. Lets ask...

  • Bank Rate

    Bank rate is the rate of interest which a central bank charges on the money borrowed (Loans) by commercial banks from the central bank. The bank rate is known by different names and different...

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