Polity

Article 213: The Governor’s Legislative Power

Article 213 of the Indian Constitution grants the Governor the authority to issue ordinances when the legislature is not in session. This provision is crucial for dealing with urgent matters that cannot wait for the standard legislative process. To appreciate its...

ARTICLES 178 TO 212 OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION

STATE LEGISLATURE OFFICERS  Articles 178 to 212 of the Indian Constitution serve as the guiding beacon illuminating the labyrinthine corridors of state legislatures. Encompassing a plethora of provisions, regulations, and procedural intricacies, these articles form...

ARTICLE 168-177 OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION

Articles 168 to 177 of the Indian Constitution delineate the essential framework governing state legislatures, ensuring representation and accountability in the democratic process. These articles cover various aspects such as the composition of state legislatures,...

ARTICLE 153-167 OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION 

Article 153-167 of  the Indian Constitution delves into the state governance, outlining the powers and functions of their executive branches. Part VI of the Constitution is crucial in delineating the autonomy and responsibilities of individual states within the...

COMPTROLLER AND AUDITOR GENERAL OF INDIA

The Comptroller and Auditor-General of India (CAG) is an eminent constitutional authority entrusted with the vital responsibility of ensuring transparency and accountability in the financial affairs of the government.  Background: Established under Article 148 of the...