Q.1: In __________ offence, the police may arrest a person without the permission of the court.
Political Executive: At different levels of government, there are functionaries who take day-to-day decisions but do not exercise supreme power on behalf of people, such persons are known as “executives“. They execute the decisions taken by the government. In India, there are two types of executives: One who is directly elected by people for aContinue reading “Ch – 5 Working Of Institutions (Part 3)”
To make democracy work, leaders have to work with or within institutions. In this chapter, we will discuss about the roles of the three major institutions – legislature, executive and judiciary. We will learn how a major policy decision is taken with the help of an example: https://amzn.to/3rTFyTw A Government Order: On August 13, 1990,Continue reading “Ch – 5 Working Of Institutions (Part 1)”
Q.1: Which of these following statements are correct? i. High Court is the apex court of India. ii. Judiciary solves disputes between states only. iii. PIL can be filed by any person or organisation. a) i and ii b) only iii c) None Q.2: Article ____ of Constitution on the Right to Life includes RightContinue reading “Judiciary”