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Think, Learn & Perform (TLP) – UPSC GS Mains [Day 53]

  • October 21, 2015
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Day 53- Executive and Judiciary


1. In the Westminster tradition, the Speaker sits at the heart of the Parliament, as mediator between government and opposition and as the sole authority in the parliament. Explain.


2. Over the years, ordinances have turned what were supposed to be exceptional powers into procedural device to outmanoeuvre Parliament. Justify with suitable examples.


3. Principle of Judicial Review has been used in the past by the Presidents to avert the imposition of President’s rule.  How?


4. The cost of more fragmented Lok Sabha has been the increased time in passing of government bills and an increase in the number of Private Member’s Bills. Do you agree? What effect does it have on the functioning of the Parliament?


5. In a recent judgment, Supreme Court reiterated that Right to Privacy cannot be compromised for the excuse of delivery of public goods. Do you support such argument?

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