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Main function of parliament is to make and pass laws based on the subjects of any of the three lists, viz., Union List - 97 subjects; State List - 66 subjects and Concurrent List - 47 subjects. Parliament also possesses 'Residuary Powers', i.e., it can make laws on the miscellaneous subjects also, that are not there in any of the three lists, if it thinks that law is for the welfare of the country...
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Floor test is to prove majority(by head-count) on the floor of the House(Parliament) for a crucial decision. .e.g. Indo - US Nuclear Deal to be signed or not .To sign …on the deal our respected prime minister might have to pass through Floor test to prove his majority to sign on deal.
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Parliament of India is called as Sansad Bhawan
Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir herbert Baker
A rather potted history is: King Charles I thought he should rule by divine right, given to him by God. Parliment thought that the people (Parliament) should govern the co…untry and not the monarchy. Eventually, after winning the English Civil War, Parliament beheaded Charles 1 and governed the country. The monarchy was restored on Olive Cromwell's death, and King Charles II took to the throne. Today, the monarchy remains as the Head of State, but with limited powers. Parliament governs the country, elected by the population, over the age of 18, and registered on the Electoral Role.
Every Member of the parliament who is not Minister is called Private member.
Parliament is the most powerful.
By General Elections, where the common people cast their vote and among the contestants one who get more number of votes declared as winner and he/she gets elected to th…e Parliament.
The cardinal functions of the Legislature include overseeing of administration, passing of budget, ventilation of public grievances, and discussing various subjects like devel…opment plans, international relations, and national policies. The Parliament can, under certain circumstances, assume legislative power with respect to a subject falling within the sphere, exclusively reserved for the states. The Parliament is also vested with powers to impeach the President, remove judges of Supreme and High Courts, the Chief Election Commissioner, and Comptroller and Auditor General in accordance with the procedure laid down in the Constitution. All legislation requires the consent of both Houses of Parliament. In the case of Money Bills, the will of the Lok Sabha prevails. The Parliament is also vested with the power to initiate amendments in the Constitution...
The building was designed by two famous architects- Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker-who were responsible for the planning and construction of New Delhi. The Foundatio…n Stone of Parliament House was laid on the 12th February, 1921 by H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught. The construction of the building took six years and the opening ceremony was performed on the 18th January, 1927 by the then Governor-General of India, Lord Irwin. The cost of construction was Rs. 83 lakhs.
Its main roles are:Examining and challenging the work of the government (scrutiny)Debating and passing all laws (legislation)Enabling the government to raise taxes
Parliament house built by sir edward lutyens
The residuary powers of India are those held by the judiciary rather than by the Parliament.
The British Parliament began as a voice of the people in a monarchical power structure. Today, the monarch has no power and the Parliament makes the decisions.
The Parliament of India is made up of two houses, the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. Members must be citizens of India and meet certain other requirements. The minimum age of …members of the Lok Sabha, which is the lower house, is 25, and 30 for the Rajya Sabha.