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Archive | March 2017

News for March 31, 2017


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News for March 30, 2017


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News for March 29, 2017


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Impact of 25 Years of Indian Economic Reforms


The prime objective of the 1991 economic reform was to accelerate the pace of economic growth and eradication of poverty. The sweeping reforms initiated since 1991 led to profound economic consequences.

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News for March 28, 2017


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News for March 27, 2017


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News for March 26, 2017


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Function and Power of the presiding officer of Lok Sabha


Since the Indian system of government follows the Westminster Model, the parliamentary proceedings of the country are headed by a presiding officer who is called a Speaker. The Lok Sabha or the Lower House of the People in India, which is the highest legislative body in the country, chooses its Speaker who presides over the day-to-day functioning of the House. Thus, the Speaker plays the crucial role of ensuring that the Lok Sabha carries forward its role of legislation peacefully, maintaining harmony in the Houses of Parliament and taking crucial procedural decisions of the House. The Speaker is thus, in every sense, considered the true guardian of the Indian Parliamentary democracy, holding the complete authority of the Lok Sabha.  Article 93 of the Constitution says that the House of the People (Lok Sabha) shall, as soon as may be, choose two members of the House to be respectively Speaker and Deputy Speaker. Speaker has one of the important power is to decide whether a Bill is a Money Bill or not and his decision on this question is final.

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