General Studies- II UPSC Mains (Page : 2)

  • Tribunals

    Wednesday, Jan 29, 2014


    42nd amendment act of 1976 added XIV – A part in the constitution of India which added two articles 323 A and 323 B.   323 A: Administrative Tribun

  • Panchayati Raj

    Friday, Jan 24, 2014

    Panchayati Raj

    Introduction The Panchayats were in existence from 1960s. But they received constitutional status by the 73rd constitutional amendment act of 1992. It w

  • Anti-Defection law

    Monday, Jan 20, 2014

    Anti-Defection law

    Introduction Defection simply by dictionary meaning means withdrawing support or help despite allegiance or responsibility. In relation to politics, def

  • High Court

    Friday, Jan 17, 2014

    High Court

    INTRODUCTION Article 214 to 231 in part VI of constitution deals with the organization, procedure, jurisdiction, power of the high court. The high court is t

  • River Water Disputes in India

    Thursday, Jan 16, 2014

    River Water Disputes in India

    Common Features of the Water Disputes in India Whatever may be the constitutional scenario applicable to each particular dispute, most disputes seem to

  • Constitutional Amendments

    Thursday, Jan 16, 2014

    Constitutional Amendments

    INTRODUCTION The constitution of India is not rigid and not flexible, but it is a combination of these both. Article 368 in part XX gives powers to parl

  • The State Legislature

    Thursday, Jan 16, 2014

    The State Legislature

    A state legislature is a law making body in a state. Articles 168 to 212 in part VI of the constitution deal with them. Though it is similar in all most all asp

  • India – Australia Relations

    Monday, Jan 13, 2014

    India – Australia Relations

    India – Australia ties dates back to the colonial rule (British East India Company) in both the nations. English Language and Cricket emerged as connection be

  • Presidential System Vs Parliamentary System of Government

    Wednesday, Jan 08, 2014

    Presidential System Vs Parliamentary System of Government

    “Parliamentary system best suited for India, presidential system will be counter-productive”: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said that in his press conferenc

  • Fundamental Duties

    Monday, Jan 06, 2014

    Fundamental Duties

    INTRODUCTION Rights and Duties are inseparable. So as we have Fundamental Rights that we can enjoy there are also some Fundamental Duties that we must f