Polity and Constitution

Residuary Powers of Parliament of India

The framers of the Constitution had placed matters of national concern in the Union List and those of purely State or local significance in the State List.  Matters that are of common interest to the States and the Union were placed in the Concurrent List, in order to ensure uniformity in legislation with due regard […]


Comptroller and Auditor General of India

The fundamental basis of the parliamentary system of the Government is the responsibility of the executive to the legislature for all its actions. The legislature is able to enforce this responsibility only if it is competent to scrutinize the activities of the executive. However, not all activities of the executives can be scrutinized by any […]