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Srivastav, Abhay

Published by Mohit Publications, New Delhi (2012)

ISBN 10: 8174455884 ISBN 13: 9788174455888

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About this Item: Mohit Publications, New Delhi, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # 252899

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About this Item: Mohit, 2012. Contents Preface 1 Structure of Indian administration 2 Power and limitations of Rajya Sabha 3 Power and limitations of Lok Sabha 4 Current problems with Indian administration 5 Power of president 6 Politicians vs civil servants 7 Indian administrative service 8 Why corrupt politicians go scot-free 9 Dictatorship in democratic India 10 Nexus of politicians and bureaucrats in India Bibliography IndexMost of the parliamentary activities passing laws no-confidence votes budget bills take place in the lower house The upper house together with the lower house amends the constitution These two house together with the state legislatures also elect the president The executive power of the country is vested in the Indian President The constitution of India vests all executive powers in the president who exercises power over his subsidiary officers and is aided and advised in the exercise of his functions by the Indian Prime Minister and the union council of ministers The legislative powers of the government are exercised by the Government of India through the parliament jacket 192 pp. Seller Inventory # 101038

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About this Item: Mohit Publications, 2011. Contents Preface 1 Indian Foreign policy introduction 2 Theory of foreign policy 3 Foreign policy after Independence 4 Non Alignment movement 5 India relations with other countries Bibliography Index The Ministry of External Affairs is the Indian Governments agency responsible for the foreign relations of India The Minister of External Affairs holds cabinet rank as a member of the Council of Ministers Preservation of national interest achievement of world peace disarmament independence for Afro-Asian nations have been important objectives of Indias foreign policy India has a long history of having good foreign policy with several countries and is considered a leader of the developing world India was one of the founding members of several international organizations most notably the United Nations the Non aligned movement the Asian Development Bank and the G20 industrial nations jacket 216 pp. Seller Inventory # 98806

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