Indian Polity and Constitution भारतीय राजनीति और संविधान Quiz #35


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Indian Polity and Constitution भारतीय राजनीति और संविधान Quiz #35

What is the position of a 'Minister of State' in the Central Government?
Who among the following is directly responsible to Parliament for all matters concerning the Defence Services of India?
The executive power is vested in the President but it is actually used by him on the advice of :
An 'office of profit' which disqualifies a person from being a member of the Union or State Legislature does not include office held under:
In practice the policy of the Government is shaped by:
In a parliamentary democracy the:
Ministers may be chosen from: I. Lok Sabha II. Rajya Sabha III. Outside the Legislature
Acts of State done in the name of the President of India are required to be countersigned by way of authentication by:
The Ministers are individually responsible to:
In the matter of State legislation the President may:

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