Political Science

91)The President can declare national emergency
on the recommendation of the Prime Minister on his own
on the recommendation of the Council of Ministers on the recommendation of the Parliament
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92)Proclamation of national emergency to be approved by the Parliament within
one month two months
three months six months
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93)In what condition the President can declare national emergency?
in the event of foreign attack in the event of armed rebelion
in the event of threat arising on account of foreign attack and armed rebelion none of these
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94)The president can declare constitutional emergency in a state
only on the recommendation of Union Council of Ministers only on recommendation of the Governor
only on recommendation of the state council of ministers if he satisfied that a situation has arisen in which the government of the state cannot be carried on in accordance with the Constitution
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95)Which emergency has been declared maximum number of times?
national emergency constitutional emergency
financial emergency all the emergencies equal number of times
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96)National emergency can remain operative with the approval of the Parliament for
maximum three months maximum six months
maximum one year indefinite period
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97)In what condition the President can declare financial emergency?
in the event of a threat to the financial stability or credit of India in the event of fulfilment of the extraordinary expenses of conducting war
on the recommendation of Comptroller Auditor General on the recommendation of majority of state legislatures
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98)During the financial emergency the President can
ask states to reserve all the money of passed financial bills order to reduce salaries and allowances of all central and state civil servants
order to reduce the salaries of judges all of these
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99)The Vice President of India is elected by
the people directly the same electoral college which elects the President
members of Loksabha and Rajya Sabha at a joint sitting Lok Sabha
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100)The tenure of the Vice President of India is
4 years 5 years
6 years dependent on the will of the President
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101)The Vice President of India can be removed from office before expiry of his term by
the President at his discretioin the President with the consent of the majority of the state legislatures
the two houses of the Parliament the Rajya Sabha with a two-third majority
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102)In which of the following events the Vice President discharges the duties of the President
resignation of the president absence of the President due to illness
death of the President all of these events
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103)Who of the following is ex-officio chairman of the Rajya Sabha?
the President the Vice President
the Prime Minister the Speaker of Lok Sabha
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104)Dispute regarding the election of the Vice President is decided by
the President the Parliament
the Supreme Court the Prime Minister
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105)How long the Vice President can discharge the duties of the President during his illness?
three months six months
one year indefinitely
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