The President of India is the head of the Indian Government. He is elected indirectly, for a period of five years, by an electoral college consisting of the elected members of both houses of parliament and the legislatures of states. The President of India is the head of the armed forces and the … [Read more...] about Who is the head of Indian Government?
Parliamentary democracy envisages a cabinet form of government with a president as a titular head (and a governor in the states) with responsibility of ministers to the parliament. The will of the people as expressed through the parliament, is executed through the 'executive' consisting of the … [Read more...] about Cabinet Form of Government in India
The framers of the Indian Constitution were fully conscious of the need for a strong Centre. They made suitable legislative, administrative and financial provisions in the Constitution designed to give the Central Government powers adequate for coping with all threats to the country's integrity and … [Read more...] about Centre State Relations in India
In India there are extensive forests. In the foothills of the Himalayas, on the western slopes of the Western Ghats, on the Assam Hills, and in the Terai regions the rainfall is more than 200 cm. as a result of his heavy rainfall. Evergreen Forests are found there. Trees of various types grow there … [Read more...] about Brief Information on Natural Vegetation of India
At the present the state of Jammu and Kashmir (J & K) enjoys a very special status, within the Indian Union. The status of J & K is governed by Article 370 of the Indian constitution. Its status is different from the status of other constituent states. Before independence of India, Jammu … [Read more...] about Special Status of Jammu And Kashmir (J.K)