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164801. If the Governor of a State is appointed administrator of an adjoining Union Territory, he exercises his functions:?

164802. Grants-in-aid given to States are meant:?

164803. Membership of the legislative Assembly can vary between 60 and 500, but the exception to this rule is/are found in:I. Puducherry II. Mizoram III. Goa?

164804. Money Bills can be introduced in the State legislature with the prior consent of the:?

164805. The Central Government can assign any function to the States:?

164806. The State legislative Assembly participates in the election of:1. President 2. Vice-President 3. Rajya Sabha members 4. Members of legislative Council of the State?

164807. While appointing a Governor, the President generally consults the Chief Minister of the State. This is:?

164808. The Chairman of the legislative Council is:?

164809. The limitations on the authority of the State Legislature do not include:?

164810. Consider the given statements and choose the correct response on them:1. A person can be appointed as Governor of more than one State. 2. A Governor's salary is charged on the Consolidated Fund of India in case of I. 3. In case of I, the Governor's salary is shared by the concerned States. 4. In case of I, the Governor's salary is paid by the State named by the President.?

164811. On which of the following matters can a Governor of a State exercise his discretionary powers:1. Selection of Chief Minister if no political party gets a clear-cut majority. 2. Dismissal of a Ministry if he is convinced that it has lost majority support. 3. Salaries and allowances of ministers. 4. Submission of report to President regarding failure of constitutional machinery in the State.?

164812. Which of the following are true about Legislative Council of a State:1. Its total number of members does not exceed two-thirds of total number of members in the Legislative Assembly of that State but is not less than 40. 2. One-third of its members are elected by the Legislative Assembly, one-third by local bodies, one-twelfth by teachers, one-twelfth by university graduates and one-sixth nominated by the Governor. 3. It cannot be dissolved. 4. One-third of its members retire every year.?

164813. Consider the following statements:The Constitution of India provides that:1. the Legislative Assembly of each State shall consist of not more than 450 members chosen by direct election from territorial constituencies in the State. 2. a person shall not be qualified to be chosen to fill a seat in the Legislative Assembly of a State if he/she is less than 25 years of age. Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

164814. There is no reservation for the Scheduled Tribes in the Legislative Assemblies of:?

164815. Who acts as the Chancellor of State Universities?

164816. Which of these States has the Bicameral Legislature:1. Bihar 2. Gujarat 3. Karnataka 4. Jammu & Kashmir 5. Maharashtra 6. U.P.?

164817. Which of these States previously had Legislative Councils:1. Andhra Pradesh 2. Gujarat 3. Kerala 4. Manipur 5. West Bengal 6. Tamil Nadu?

164818. With respect to Article 371A of the Constitution of India, the Governor of which one of the following States has special responsibility with respect to law and order of the State?

164819. Consider the following statements:1. In India, only the President, but not the Governors of the States, has the power to pardon, commute or suspend the sentence of any person convicted of any offence. 2. In India, though the Governor of a State is its constitutional head during normal times, he acts as the agent of the Centre during periods of Emergency in the State. Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

164820. Which of the following statements is/are correct? Under the provisions of Article 200 of the Constitution of India the Governor of a state may 1. withhold his assent to a Bill passed by the state legislature. 2. reserve the Bill passed by the state legislature for consideration of the President. 3. return the Bill, other than a money Bill for reconsideration-of the legislature. Select the correct answer using the code given below:?

164821. Regarding the enactment of an ordinary law, the State Legislative Council:?

164822. A:The position of the legislative Council is inferior to that of the legislative Assembly. R1:The very existence of the Council depends on the will of the Assembly. R2:A Bill originating in the Council can be forthwith put to an end by the Assembly rejecting it. R3:One-sixth of the Council's members are nominated by the Governor.?

164823. The Governor does not appoint:?

164824. Point out the powers enjoyed by the President of India but not available to the Governor. 1. Diplomatic Powers. 2. Pardoning death sentence. 3. Veto power over State legislature. 4. Military powers.?

164825. The ordinances issued by the Governor are subject to approval by:?

164826. Grants-in-aid are provided every year to such States as are in need of assistanceas determined by the:?

164827. Which of the following is in the Concurrent List in the Constitution of India?

164828. Which subject was transferred from State List to Concurrent List by the 42nd amendment of the Constitution?

164829. Lotteries organised by the government of a State come under:?

164830. In India both direct and indirect taxes are levied by the Central and State Government. Which of the following is levied by the State Governments?

164831. The largest contribution to the total combined annual tax revenue of the Centre States and Union Territories in India is made by:?

164832. Corporation Tax:?

164833. Agricultural Income Tax is assigned to the State Governments by:?

164834. The authority empowered to make laws in respect of matters not enumerated in any of three lists is/are:?

164835. Both Union and State Legislature can legislate on:?

164836. The Central Government's exclusive powers are enumerated in the:?

164837. Under the Constitution, the residuary powers vest with the:?

164838. The executive power relating to concurrent subjects remain with:?

164839. The Union list contains:?

164840. The State List contains:?

164841. The Concurrent List contains:?

164842. Which Articles of Indian Constitution discuss the financial relations between the Centre and the States?

164843. A change in distribution of powers between the Centre and the States can be done by:?

164844. The distribution of power between Centre and the States is based on the scheme provided in:?

164845. Union Parliament has the power to legislate on the subjects of all three lists in respect of:?

164846. When can a State law on a subject in the Concurrent List get precedence over a Central law on the same subject:?

164847. The provisions regarding division of taxes between Union and the States:?

164848. What can the President do if the States fail to comply with the directives of Central Government:?

164849. In the case of a conflict between the Centre and a State in respect of a subject included in the Concurrent List:?

164850. The idea of incorporation of the Concurrent List in the Indian Constitution has been borrowed from the Constitution of:?

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