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The Election Commission does not conduct the election to the

A. Lok Sabha B. Rajya Sabha C. Local bodies D. President's election
Posted On:11th August 2016 Read More →

Representative of Union Territories in Lok Sabha are chosen by

A. direct election B. indirect election C. nomination D. All of these
Posted On:27th July 2016 Read More →

The present Lok Sabha is the

A. 13th Lok Sabha B. 14th Lok Sabha C. 15th Lok Sabha D. 16th Lok Sabha
Posted On:16th January 2015 Read More →

Who among the following determines the authority who shall readjust the allocation of seats in the Lok Sabha to the States, and division of each State into territorial constituencies?

A. The President of India B. The Parliament of India C. The Chief Election Commissioner of India D. The Lok Sabha alone
Posted On:19th January 2017 Read More →

Who is India's Women Parliamentarian to win election for the eight consecutive times from the same Lok Sabha Constituency?

A. Sushma Swaraj B. Sumitra Mahajan C. Maneka Gandhi D. Savitri Jindal
Posted On:25th July 2016 Read More →

Who gives recognition to political parties in India?

A. Lok Sabha Speaker. B. Election Commission of India. C. Chief Minister. D. Supreme Court.
Posted On:22nd January 2016 Read More →

The minimum age to qualify for election to the Lok Sabha is

A. 25 years B. 21 years C. 18 years D. 35 years
Posted On:16th January 2015 Read More →

Recognition to a Political party is accorded by?

A. The Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs B. A Committee of Whips C. the speaker of the Lok Sabha in the case of national parties and the Speaker Legislative Assemblies in the case of Reginol part D. The Election Commission
Posted On:29th May 2017 Read More →

Who among the following have the right to vote in the election to both the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha?

A. Elected members of the Lower House of the Parliament  B. elected members of the Upper House of the Parliament  C. Elected members of the Upper House of the state Legislature D. Elected members of the lower House of the State Legislature
Posted On:14th February 2017 Read More →

The composition of the Committee on Public Undertaking which has a total of 15 members in terms of member fromLok Sabha and Rajya Sabha are

A. All from Lok Sabha B. 10 from Lok Sabha and 5 from Rajya Sabha C. 8 from Lok Sabha and 7 from Rajya Sabha D. 5 from Rajya Sabha, 9 from Lok Sabha and the Speaker
Posted On:20th February 2017 Read More →
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