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What is a Constitution? - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 3 pages
Union And Its Territory - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 49 pages
Constitution of India Outstanding features - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 28 pages
Citizenship in India - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 14 pages
Fundamental Rights ( Part -1) - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 36 pages
Fundamental Rights ( Part-2) - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 43 pages
Fundamental Rights ( Part -3) - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 30 pages
Fundamental Rights ( Part -4) - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 33 pages
Directive Principles of State Policy - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 49 pages
Fundamental Duties - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 11 pages
Constitution Amendment Process - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 44 pages
Emergency Provisions - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 24 pages
President of India (Part -1) - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 27 pages
President of India ( Part -2) - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 31 pages
Vice-President of India - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 13 pages
The Judiciary: Supreme Court (Part -1) - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 43 pages
The Judiciary: Supreme Court (Part - 2) - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 45 pages
Union State Relations and Federal System ( Part -1) - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 36 pages
Union State Relations and Federal system ( Part -2) - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 38 pages
Union State Relations and Federal System ( Part -3) - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 35 pages
Electoral System in India ( Part -1) - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 49 pages
Electoral System in India ( Part -2) - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 33 pages
Comptroller and Auditor General in India - Indian Polity and Governance Doc | 41 pages

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