What will happen when an Indian Prime Minister resigns

  The Prime Minister of India is the head of the government and country. He is appointed by the President of India after the political party wins a general election and nominates a candidate for the post. The leader of that political party is hence appointed as the Prime Minister of India. Types of Ministers... Continue Reading →

Impact of the Second Wave on our daily needs

This article explain how the people who are inability of those already on the brink of subsistence to absorb a second economic shock cannot be overlooked. Analysing the continuing pandemic impact on rising food insecurity in India. The coronavirus pandemic has sparked not only a health crisis but also an economic crisis, which together pose... Continue Reading →

Concurrent List under the Constitution of India

                            INTRODUCTION       Currently, our Constitution of India has 448 articles in 25 parts and 12 schedules.  The 7th Schedule of the Indian Constitution deals with the division of powers between the Union government and State governments. As we did our civics classes as part of your social studies in school, we might remember that... Continue Reading →

What is Presidents Rule and how it affects us

MEANING The imposition of Article356 of the Constitution on a State following the failure of constitutional machinery is called President's Rule in India. President's rule is the suspension of state government and imposition of direct Union government rule in a state. President’s Rule is imposed when the state or union territory’s government is suspended and the Centre takes direct... Continue Reading →

What is Plea of an Alibi

What is an Alibi? The term ‘Alibi’ is a Latin word which means ‘elsewhere’ or ‘somewhere else’. In criminal proceedings alibi is used as a form of defence by the accused against the commission of an alleged offence. When an accused makes a plea of alibi in a court he or she attempts to prove... Continue Reading →

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