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Category Archives: Political Science

Article 15 of the Indian Constitution is a crucial provision that prohibits discrimination on the grounds of religion, race, caste, sex, or place of birth.… Read More
In 1975, the Chief Minister of Sikkim requested the Indian Parliament to make Sikkim a state of India. After conducting a referendum, where 97.5% of… Read More
The Panchayati Raj system is an Indian decentralised form of local self-government that attempts to deliver democracy to the people. The word “Panchayati Raj” literally… Read More
Article 16 of the Constitution of India, states that equality for all employment opportunities for the citizens of the country without making any discrimination based… Read More
The constitution of India provides the same pattern of government in the states as that for the Centre. As it is the indispensable demand of… Read More
What is Gram Panchayat?  Gram Panchayat is a local body of government to manage the various responsibility of villages. Gram Panchayat is the smallest form… Read More
What is Panchayati Raj? Panchayati Raj is a system of rural self-government whose main purpose is to develop rural self-governments in various districts and villages. … Read More
The Economic Weaker Section refers to individuals or groups of people who have a lower standard of living, limited access to resources, and less economic… Read More
Article 22 of the Indian Constitution deals with the protection of arrested persons. This article lays down the rights of arrested persons and the procedures… Read More
Appellate jurisdiction refers to the power of a higher court to review and potentially overturn the decisions made by lower courts. This means that when… Read More
Political parties play a vital role in democratic societies as they allow citizens to participate in the political process and influence government policies. They are… Read More
In a democratic system, the opposition party plays a vital role in the functioning of the government. The opposition party also referred to as the… Read More
A political argument between Federalists and Anti-Federalists occurred in the United States in the late 18th century. The ratification of the United States Constitution, which… Read More
Communism and Fascism were two political ideologies that first appeared in the early 20th century. Both philosophies continue to be divisive and contentious subjects of… Read More
Article 30 of the Indian Constitution is a significant provision that guarantees the right of minority communities to establish and administer educational institutions of their… Read More

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