Under the Government of India (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1961, made by the President of India under article 77(3) of the Constitution of India, the Legislative Department is concerned with the drafting of Bills, including the business of the Draftsmen in Select Committees,drafting and promulgation of Ordinances and Regulations; enactment of State Acts as President’s Acts, whenever required; scrutiny of statutory Rules and Orders.
UK Public General Acts Repealed ON 19.11.1998 BY Statute Law (Repeals) Act 1998 26 Geo.5 & 1 Edw.8 c.2. Government of India Act 1935. The whole Act. 9 & 10 Geo.6 c.18. Statutory […]
The question that arises for consideration, therefore, is what is the true import of the expression “Government of India”? In its narrower sense, Government of India is only the executive limb of […]
1 Introduction 2 General Questions 3 Questions 4 Laying of Papers on the Table of the House 5 Motions, Official Statements, Short Duration Discussions & Resolutions 6 Presidents Address 7 Budget 8 […]
The accounts of Government are kept in three parts: – 1. Consolidated Fund of India 2. Contingency Fund of India and 3. Public Account CONSOLIDATED FUND OF INDIA All revenues received by […]