The state executive and Indian Federalism-Indian polity

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1. The Central Government's exclusive powers are enumerated in the :

2. The executive power relating to concurrent subject remain with :

3. The Union list contains :

4. The concurrent list contains :

5. Which Articles of Indian Constitution discuss the financial relations between the Centre and the States :

6. Union Parliament has the power to legislate on the subjects of all three lists in respect of :

7. The provisions regarding division of taxes between Union and the States :

8. In the case of a conflict between the Centre and a State in respect of a subject included in the Concurrent List:

9. In which respect have the Centre-State relations been specifically termed as 'municipal relations'?

10. An amendment of the Constitution of India can extend to Jammu and Kashmir:

11. The Governor is appointed by the :

12. Which of the following is/are among the discretionary powers of the Governor?
I. Selecting a chief minister if no single party has clear majority in the State Assembly
II. Dismissing a ministry at any time
III. Reserving a bill for the President

13. The members of the Legislative Council are appointed through :
I. Direct elections
II. Indirect elections
III. Nomination

14. The number of seats in Vidhan Sabha is :

15. The State of Jammu and Kashmir was accorded special status under :

16. The Governor of which State has been vested with special powers regarding scheduled tribal areas?

17. Cheif Minister of a State is responsible to :

18. Who is longest serving Chief Minister in India?

19. Chief Ministers of all the states are ex-officio members of the :

20. The President can directly disallow a State Legislation :

21. The first woman Governor of a state in free India was

22. Whit is the maximum number of elected members in a State Assembly?

23. The members of the State Legislative Assembly are elected for what period?

24. 1/12th of the members of the Vidhan Parishad are to be elected :

25. To be a member of a State Council of Ministers, a person :