The upper house of the Indian Parliament is known as the ____.

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The upper house of the Indian Parliament is known as the Rajya Sabha.

An emergency due to the failure of the constitutional machinery of a state can be declared by the President under Article ____ of the Constitution.

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An emergency due to the failure of the constitutional machinery of a state can be declared by the President under Article 356 of the Constitution.

The ____ presides over the meetings of the Lok Sabha.

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The Speaker presides over the meetings of the Lok Sabha.

The ____ is the head of state and is the highest formal authority in India.

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The President is the head of state and is the highest formal authority in India.

The term of the President of India is ____ years.

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The term of the President of India is five years.

The Prime Minister of India is appointed by the ____.

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The Prime Minister of India is appointed by the President.

An order announcing 27 per cent reservation for SEBC's was issued in the year ____.

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An order announcing 27 per cent reservation for SEBC's was issued in the year 1990.

The full form of SEBC is ____.

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The full form of SEBC is Socially and Economically Backward Classes.

Members of the Lok Sabha have a tenure of ____ years.

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Members of the Lok Sabha have a tenure of five years.

The Supreme Court of India consists of one Chief Justice and ____ other judges.

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The Supreme Court of India consists of one Chief Justice and 28 (as of 2013) other judges. The number of judges of the Supreme Court varies from time to time, and is decided by the Parliament.

The ____ is the supreme Commander of the Indian Armed Forces.

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The President is the supreme Commander of the Indian Armed Forces.

The Second Backward Classes Commission was formed in the year ____.

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The Second Backward Classes Commission was formed in the year 1979.

The minimum age to become the President of India is ____ years.

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The minimum age to become the President of India is 35 years.

The President can be removed through ____ by the Parliament.

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The President can be removed through an impeachment by the Parliament.

The President of India is elected by ____.

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The President of India is elected by an electoral college that consists of all the members of the Parliament and all the members of all the state legislatures.

In 1990, the ____ issued a memorandum informing about a reservation of 27 per cent for SEBC's.

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In 1990, the Union Minister for Personnel and Public Grievances and Pensions issued a memorandum informing about a reservation of 27 per cent for SEBC's.

The number of members in the Rajya Sabha is ____.

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The number of members in the Rajya Sabha is 250.

The sessions of the Indian Parliament are held at least ____.

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The sessions of the Indian Parliament are held at least twice a year.

The Supreme Court of India is situated at ____.

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The Supreme Court of India is situated at New Delhi.

The Mandal Commission's report was implemented by the Janata Dal government in the year ____.

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The Mandal Commission's report was implemented by the Janata Dal government in the year 1990.

The number of members in the Lok Sabha is ____ (as of 2013).

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The number of members in the Lok Sabha is 545 (as of2013).

The ____ has the power to decide election disputes concerning the President and the Vice President of India.

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The Supreme Court has the power to decide election disputes concerning the President and the Vice President of India.

Members of the Rajya Sabha have a tenure of ____ years.

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Members of the Rajya Sabha have a tenure of six years.

The Mandal Commission's report was implemented by the ____ government.

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The Mandal Commission's report was implemented by the Janata Dal government.

The Second Backward Classes Commission in 1979 was headed by ____.

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The Second Backward Classes Commission in 1979 was headed by B. P. Mandal.

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