Polity One-Liners for various competitive examination

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Polity One-Liners for various competitive examination

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Here are some important Polity one-liners for students competing for various exams


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1-The legal advisor to the State Government is Advocate – General.

2-Gulzari Lal Nanda was the first Deputy Chairman of Planning Commission.

3-Calcutta High Court is the Oldest High Court in India.

4-Chonira Belliappa Muthamma was India’s first Women Ambassador.

5-13th May 1952- The first session of the Lok Sabha.

6-The only person who defeated Indira Gandhi in Lok Sabha election, 1977 is Raj Narain.

7-Chief Justice of India acts as the President in the absence of President and the Vice President.

8-First General Election was in the year 1951 in India.

9-The first state to adopt the panchayat raj in India is Rajasthan.

10-Guwahati High Court has the largest jurisdiction in terms of States.

11-Sachchidananda Sinha presided over the first meeting of the Indian Constituent Assembly.

12-Lok Sabha is the House of the People.

13-The design of the national flag was adopted by the constituent assembly of India in July 1947.

14-Harilal J Kania is the first Chief Justice of India.

15-Electronic Voting Machine first used in Kerala, 1982.

16-Planning Commission prepares the Draft outline of Five year Plans.

17-The oath of office is administered to the members of the state council of ministers by the governor.

18- The first female Speaker of Lok Sabha is Meira Kumar.

19-Maximum gap between 2 sessions of Parliament is 6 months.

20-Under Government of India Act, 1892, The councils were having the power to discuss the budget and addressing questions to the executive.

21-England is the source for the Parliamentary system.

22-Speaker of the Lok Sabha certifies a bill to be a Money bill in India.

23-Article 32 of Indian Constitution gives the power of Writ jurisdiction to Supreme court.

24-Second largest judicial complex in the World is Madras High Court.

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