IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 2 (Governance, Polity, Social Justice, & IR) Governance and Polity-Parliament and State Legislatures Study Material (Page 24 of 46)

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Question Hour, Main Business, Legislative Business, Financial Business, Debate in the House

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Question Hour

  • The first hour of every sitting of Lok Sabha is called the Question hour. Asking of questions in Parliament is the free and unfettered right of members. It is during the Question hour that they may ask questions on different aspects of administration and Government policy in the national as well a…

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Residuary Power, Relevance of Article 254, Executive or Administrative Relations: 256 - 263, Direction by the Union to the State Governments, Articles 256

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Residuary Power

  • As per Article 248, the residuary power shall remain with the center. The residuary power lies with states in the case of USA, Switzerland, and Australia.
  • Such power shall include the power of making any law, imposing a tax mentioned in either of those lists.
  • Sarkaria Commission recommends that the residuary power of legislation in regard to taxation matter should remain with parliament, other than that of taxation, should be placed in the concurrent list.
  • Another very important provision in the C…

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