DMPQ: Political parties should not be under the ambit of RTI. Do you agree with the statement? Give suggestions in support of your answer.(Acts)

Political parties cannot come under the RTI as they are not public authorities.  According to RTI act the public authorities are those which are formed by constitution, parliament statue or bodies created by notification or order of the appropriate government, such as planning commission, UIDAI etc. Since political parties do not full fill any of … Read more

DMPQ: What are the tools through which judiciary has a control executive? (polity)

Tools:   President speech is put to vote. Financial control: Budget discussion Audit report submission by CAG Reports of the estimates committee and Public accounts committee Other form of control: Question hour Calling attention motion Short discussions Zero hour No confidence motion Confidence motion Committee on assurances Committee on subordinate legislation      

DMPQ: Identify the few shortcomings of the election system in India

rigging of election and booth capturing use of caste and religion in election Misuse of official machinery Criminalization of politics Maintenance and auditing of accounts by political parties is not fully transparent RTI not applicable to political parties Effect of pressure groups Misuse of mass and social media (fake news) Communalism Low voter turnout

DMPQ: National Judicial data grid

Supreme Court of India launched a public access portal of the National Judicial Data Grid (NJDG) for district courts to demystify the judicial process for the ordinary citizen.   National Judicial Data Grid (NJDG) is a part of the on-going e-Courts Integrated Mission Mode Project. The public access portal will disseminate national, state, district and … Read more

DMPQ: What are the areas of concerns in centre and state relationship?

  Appointment of governor. Reservation of bill by governor for President assent. Allegation of use of central agency to serve political vendetta. Appointment of civil servants and Management of All India services. Control over finance. Role of planning commission now NITI aayog in approving state subjects. Appointment of enquiry commissions against the chief minister. Control … Read more

DMPQ: What is the amendment procedure in Indian Constitution?

Procedure for amendment is laid down in article 368 part XX of the Indian constitution.  Following is the procedure for the amendment of the constitution: Amendment of the constitution can be initiated only by the introduction of a bill in either of the house. State legislature cannot introduce a bill for CA. The bill must … Read more

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