Andani

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  1. In addition to this we should know that President power of withholding a bill subjected to advice of the council of ministers (Art-74)
  2. First we all should know that President is a nominal head and the real heads are PM+council of Ministers (Art-74. Bill will becomes legislation if it is passed and assented from president. in this process when both house passes the bill then bill comes to presidents table. he has 3 options 1--Give the assent 2---Withhold 3--Sent back--(If not money bill) What is withhold.......?is it withholding a bill ends it life......? Yes: it ends its life but he (president) does not have any discretionary power to do so. means he can withhold the bill if his council of ministers recommend him to do so. Then when such situation arises........? If loksabha dissolved (reason:expire of term, on the advice of PM+ministers......etc) after passing a bill and fresh elections were held in the country. In the election a new party comes to power and the sent bill (by old LS) lies on the table of Nominal boss but newly elected council of ministers+PM advice to withhold the bill, then he (nominal boss) have only two options either withhold or request for reconsidering such advice but the party (PM+Council of min) advice same second time then he should withhold ( absolute veto power )
  3. Article 131 of the constitution says that any disputes arised out of treaty will not comes under original jurisdiction of the SC If that treaty explicitly mentions to do so. but it will not be an obstacle to SC to declare such treaty as unconstitutional if it violates any provision of the constitution (Judicial review).--------Judicial Supremacy over treaty if it is violates otherwise treaty supremacy over judiciary
  4. what are the differences between laws made under article 353 (because of national emergency (art-352)) and article 357 (because of state emergency).......? Are all laws made during the emergency co-terminus nature or only those which are inconsistent with FR...........? (while answering please try to combine article 250---laws in state field during emergency by parliament)...... thank you shushil
  5. what is the status of law after emergency (National and presidents rule) ceased to operate....? thank you
  6. Development is a policy intervention, it is all in the hands of our politicians. before going to look at lower growth but higher development we should know that direct taxes like income tax and corporation tax redistributes the wealth from rich persons to poor persons through the government expenditure on social sector like education, health, sanitation etc..... Persons who pays more taxes will get utilise less or no specialities provided by the government (no rich person will like to go for government hospital) In this condition people with average income level can purchase or make use of specialities provided by the government, which in turns improves the standard of life of poor peoples. As the nobelist amartyu sen said growth is an aspect of development, development involves more than simply growth in the above scenario growth rate becomes low because of high tax rates capital formation will be low but same time life enhancing specialities to the poors ........ I hope it is clear
  7. first of all Presidential election system is " Proportional representation by means of single transfareable vote" each voter given with ballot paper which contains all names which are participating in the presidential election". voter should mark his preference on the voting paper in first time counting only those papers which include 1st preference are counted...... if 2 persons get same no of votes. second time 2nd preferences are counted...... untill the dedlock gets solved.....
  8. yes of course we can, Article 13 of Part 3 (fundamental rights) says that "any law inconsistent with the FR are void....." and it is also comes under judicial review.... judicial review: court can declare law is void......
  9. it is not suspensive veto ( it means when bill comes second time he must give ascent without fail...) in this scenario president can use absolute veto......(reject) or poket veto (kept it on table for indefinite time).....
  10. Laxmikanth and Basu says that Indian Presidents Veto power is combination of Absolute, Suspensive and Poket veto....