DMPQ- Explain how the legacy of national movement affected the modern foundation of republic of India.

. India derived its political and economic structure largely from colonial rule, but values and ideals were distinctively derived from national movement and they still serve as political and ethical benchmarks for vast population. Indian national movement was an inclusive one accommodating wide ideological viewpoints. It was largely non-violent and included not only the elite … Read more

DMPQ- Trace the evolution of Constitutionalisation of Panchayati raj institutions.

.  In 1986, Rajiv Gandhi government appointed a committee on ‘Revitalization of Panchayati Raj Institutions for Democracy and Development’ under the chairmanship of L M Singhvi. It made the following recommendations that the Panchayati Raj institutions should be constitutionally recognized, protected and preserved. For this purpose, a new chapter should be added in the Constitution … Read more

DMPQ- Discuss the objectives and major features of PESA act of 1996.

The provisions of Part IX of the constitution relating to the Panchayats are not applicable to the Fifth Schedule areas. However, the Parliament may extend these provisions to such areas, subject to such exceptions and modifications as it may specify. Under this provision, the Parliament has enacted the “Provisions of the Panchayats (Extension to the … Read more

DMPQ-. How does Article 371 A makes Nagaland a special state.

Article 371-A makes the following special provisions for Nagaland : The Acts of Parliament relating to the following matters would not apply to Nagaland unless the State Legislative Assembly so decides: religious or social practices of the Nagas; Naga customary law and procedure; Administration of civil and criminal justice involving decisions according to Naga customary … Read more

DMPQ-. Throw light on the Writ jurisdiction of state High courts.

. Article 226 of the Constitution empowers a high court to issue writs including habeas corpus, mandamus, certiorari, prohibition and quo-warrento for the enforcement of the fundamental rights of the citizens and for any other purpose. The phrase ‘for any other purpose’ refers to the enforcement of an ordinary legal right. The high court can … Read more

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