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Define of writs
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Drakshayani Patil 18 minutes ago

It is a formal document continuing an order of the government issued by high court or the Supreme Court.
What are constitutional rights .explain with one example
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Evanya Mishra an hour ago

Right answer #devika yadav

Saloni Kharkwal 2 hours ago

I need example

Devika Yadav 2 hours ago

Rights provided by our constitution to the citizens of the country . 😅😅
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Evanya Mishra an hour ago

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Palak 💜💜 2 hours ago

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How altitude affect the climate of India?
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Devika Yadav 3 hours ago

Greater the altitude more will be the temp
Briefly describe about Nelson Mandela
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Yogita Ingle 4 hours ago

Nelson Mandela was born on July 18, 1918 in Mvezo, South Africa. His birth name is Rolihlahla. He got the nickname Nelson from a teacher in school.
Nelson Mandela was a civil rights leader in South Africa. He fought against apartheid, a system where non-white citizens were segregated from whites and did not have equal rights. He served a good portion of his life in prison for his protests, but became a symbol for his people. Later he would become president of South Africa.

How is representatives democracy is important in the contemporary world
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Yogita Ingle 4 hours ago

The most common form of democracy in present time is that of a representative democracy. It is a type of democracy founded on the principle of elected representatives representing a group of people as opposed to direct democracy.
(i) India and most of the countries follow the representative democracy. In a democracy, all the people do not rule. Direct rule by people is not possible.
(ii) In a democracy, a majority is allowed to take decisions on behalf of all the people. Even the majority does not rule directly. It rules through its elected representatives.
(iii) Representative democracy becomes necessary in the contemporary world. Because modern democracies involve such a large number of people that it is physically impossible for them to sit together and take a collective decision.
(iv) Even if they could, the citizens do not have the time, desire or skill to take part in all the decisions.

name two pastroal communities in africa. where do they live?
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Gaurav Seth 5 hours ago

Pastoral communities of Africa are Bedouins, Berber, Maasai,Somali, Boran.Most of them now live in semi-arid grasslands or arid deserts.They raise cattle, camels, goats, sheep and donkeys and they sell milk, meat, animal skin and wool.Some also earn through trade and transport.

Power and function of president?
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Gaurav Seth 5 hours ago

Followings are the powers of the President of India:

(i)The President supervises, the overall functioning of all the political institutions in the country so that they operate in harmony to achieve the objectives of the State.

(ii)All governmental activities take place in the name of the President. All laws and major policy decisions of the government are issued in her name. 

(iii)All major appointments are made in the name of the President. These include the appointment of the Chief Justice of India, the Judges of the Supreme Court and the High Courts of the states, the Governors of the states, the Election Commissioners, ambassadors to other countries, etc. 

(iv)All international treaties and agreements are made in the name of the President.

(v)The President is the supreme commander of the defence forces of India.

Which period is referred to as the " old regime" in France?
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Gaurav Seth 6 hours ago

Social and political regime of France since the reign of Francis I (1515-1547) until the proclamation of the National Assembly on June 17, 1789 and the abolition of privileges in the night of August 4, during the Revolution. Some historians reserve the term for the period 1661-1789, the period of relative stabilization of absolutism.

In simple Language:

Ancien régime, (French: “old order”) Political and social system of France prior to the French Revolution. Under the regime, everyone was a subject of the king of France as well as a member of an estate and province.

Explain any three features of constitution of france which was drafted in 1791.
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Aditya Sharma 6 hours ago

This was the first written constitution created after the collapse of absolute rule 2.Its aim to limit the monarch 3. Powers were divided and assigned to different institution like legislative executive and judiciary
What is the distribution of rainfall in india
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Devashish Sharma 15 hours ago

Distribution of Rainfall In India. Rainfall in India is highly uneven over a period of time in a year. The western coasts and North East India receive rainfall of over 400 cm. It is less than 60 cms in western Rajasthan and adjoining parts of Gujarat, Haryana and Punjab.
What is revolt in bastar?
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The rebellion of Bastar in 1910 was caused by a combination of various factors. The moves of the colonial government pave the way for the Bastar rebellion in the following ways: The moves included displacement, increased land rent and demands for free labour and goods.Nov 12, 201
Why is agriculture sessional activity
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Nill Nill 17 hours ago

Agriculture is a seasonal activity because it has a sowing season and a harvesting season. It is a very busy period for farmers. Most of the work is done during these periods. When the plants are growing and maturing, no significant amount of work is there.

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