GS-II: Comparison of Indian Constitutional Scheme With Other Countries


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                        1. Why the 11 judge bench of Supreme Court struck the recommendation to suspend the UK parliament for 5 weeks?
                        2. Citizenship Amendment Act: Comparing India & Bangladesh
                        3. Comparing citizenship provisions between India & Afghanistan
                        4. The sedition law has its roots in colonial India, however, it has continued to date. Are there any valid arguments for continuing it in the 21st century in democratic India? Discuss in light of the debate surrounding it.
                        5. A written constitution is necessary but not sufficient condition to ensure constitutionalism. In this context, highlight provisions of Indian constitution that ensures constitutionalism.
                        6. Analyse the merits and demerits of the Presidential system for a country like India.
                        7. Despite federalism being the part of the basic structure of constitution, Indian model of federalism leans in favour of a strong centre. Discuss.
                        8. Indian polity is influenced by Westminster model of government, but it is also unique in its own way. In this context, discuss the commonalities and differences between the political system of India and UK.
                        9. India as a democracy needs democratically functioning political parties to deepen the democratic setup at grassroot level. Comment.
                        10. Comment in comparative perspective on the amendability of the Indian constitution as a mix of rigidity and flexibility.
                        11. The doctrine of separation of powers in India is followed in a way which lies somewhere between as followed in the US and UK. Comment.
                        12. Explaining the concept of secularism, discuss how Indian secularism differs from the West.
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