Indian Polity

Basic Feature of Indian Constitution by Education Gk

The Feature of the Indian Constitution The constitution of India was enforced on January 26, 1950, and contains 395 articles, 8 schedules, and 22 parts. The constitution of India currently contains 448 Articles, 25 Parts and 12 Schedules. It is the lengthiest constitution in the world. There are multiple features of the Constitution – Secular […]

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Directive Principles of State Policy Notes 2023

Directive Principles of the Indian Constitution are the guidelines to be followed by the Government while framing policies. Articles 36-51 under Part-IV of the Indian Constitution deal with Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP) which are borrowed from the Constitution of Ireland, which had copied it from the Spanish Constitution. Every Indian State must apply

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The National Human Rights Commission of India-12th October 1993

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted on 10th December 1948 in Paris by the United Nations General Assembly. It constitutes the International Charter of Human Rights. It describes the equal human rights of all the people living in different parts of the world. It recognizes all civil,

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Fundamental Rights of Indian Constitution (Articles 12-35)

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION (ARTICLES 12-35) Fundamental Rights enshrined in Part III of the Indian Constitution under Articles 12-35 are the basic human rights guaranteed to its citizens and protected by the Constitution of India and this is also known as the Magna Carta of the Indian Constitution. Fundamental Rights are justiciable which

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Indian Foreign Policy – its Principles and Objectives Notes

India’s Foreign Policy India’s Foreign Policy regulates India’s relations with other states of the world in promoting its national interests. A number of factors such as geography, history and tradition, political organization, social structure, international milieu, economic position, military strength, public opinion, and leadership in different organizations determine India’s relations with other countries. Principles of

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What is State Legislative Assembly and its Composition

STATE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Each state of the Indian Union has a legislature. However, only six States – Andhra Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Uttar Pradesh have a bicameral legislature with the State Legislative Council as the Upper House and the State Legislative Assembly as the Lower House. In all other 22 states, the

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