Features of Presidential form of Government

Features of Presidential form of Government

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In the last article, we discussed the features of the Parliamentary form of Government, and why did India choose this Parliamentary System over the Presidential System. In this article, we’d be discussing the features of Presidential form of Government and why exactly did the framers of Indian Constitution deliberately rejected this system of Government? Features […]

Features of the Parliamentary Government

Features of Parliamentary Government

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Before discussing the features of Parliamentary Government, it’s important to understand why our constitution framers adopted such a system of Government? Why did India adopt the Parliamentary form of Government? When the Constitution of India was written, India already had the experience of running the Parliamentary system of Government under the Government of India Act […]

Laws Inconsistent with Fundamental Rights

Laws Inconsistent with Fundamental Rights

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The Constitution of India provides for extensive fundamental rights for the citizens of the country, which is indeed the best feature of our Constitution. However, the fundamental rights are subject to various restrictions, and there’s a heated debate about whether these restrictions are really necessary for the integrity, harmony, and sovereignty of the country, or […]

Unitary Features of the Indian Constitution

Unitary Features of the Indian Constitution

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Article 1 of the Indian Constitution states, ‘India, that is Bharat, shall be a Union of states.’ So, there are numerous Unitary Features of the Indian Constitution. Our Constitution framers used the word ‘Union’ instead of ‘Federation.’ The significance of using the word ‘Union’ is explained by Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar- The Indian Federation is not the result […]

Financial Sector Reforms

Financial Sector Reforms: Narasimham Committee I

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In the last article, we discussed the First and Second Generation economic reforms in India, which are also known as the LPG (Liberalization, Privatization, and Globalization) reforms. These reforms were mainly aimed to enhance the Indian economy and make it more resilient. Numerous measures were taken in these ‘generations’ of economic reforms such as mitigating […]

Second Generation Reforms

Second Generation Reforms: Economic Reforms in India

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As we all know, India introduced economic reforms of Liberalization Globalization, and Privatization (LPG reforms) in 1991, which was mainly aimed to liberalize the Indian Economy and fuel economic growth, which was more or less stagnant before the reforms, all thanks to the socialistic policies. And these reforms were mostly influenced by the Washington Consensus […]