Category: Constitution of India
The successful functioning of the Indian federal system depends not only on relations Centre and states but also between the states
Parliament of India is the supreme legislative body of India. Parliament of India consists of Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha & President. Articles 79 to 122.
Articles 324 to 329 in Part XV make provisions regards to electoral system
Union List, State List & Concurrent List are part of 7th Schedule of Constitution of India. It specifies the allocation of powers of Union & States.
Under Article 1 of the Indian Constitution, the State of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) is a constituent state of Indian Union and its territory forms a part of the territory of India.
Originally, Article 338 of the Constitution provided for the appointment of a Special Officer for Scheduled Castes (SCs) and Scheduled Tribes (STs)
Political parties are voluntary associations or organized groups of individuals
They must desire to work for promoting the national interest.
Articles 233 to 237 in Part VI