Part 5 – Union Article 52- Artilcle 151


    Article 52- The President of India.

Article 53- Executive Power of the union.

Article 54- Election of President.

Article 61- Procedure for Impeachment of the President.

Article 63- The Vice-president of India.

Article 64- The Vice-President to be ex-officio chairman the council of States.

Article 66-Election of Vice-president.

Article 72-Pardoning powers of President.

Article 74- Council of minister to aid and advice President.

Article 76- Attorney-General for India.

Article 79- Constitution of Parliament

Article 80- Composition of Rajya Sabha.

Article 81- Composition of Lok Sabha.

Article 83- Duration of Houses of Parliament.

Article 93- The speakers and Deputy speakers of the house of the people.

Article 105- Powers, Privileges,etc of the House of Parliament.

Article 109- Special procedure in respects of money bills.

Article 110- Definition of “Money Bills.''

Article 112- Annual Financial Budget.

Article 114-Appropriation Bills.

Article 123- Powers of the President to promulgate Ordinances during recess of parliament.

Article 124- Establishment of Supreme Court.

Article 125- Salaries of Judges.

Article 126- Appointment of acting Chief justice.

Article 127- Appointment of ad-hoc judges.

Article 128-Attendance of retired judge at sitting of the Supreme Court.

Article 129- Supreme court to be court of Record.

Article 130- Seat of the Supreme court.

Article 136- Special leaves for appeal to the Supreme Court.

Article 137- Review of judgement or orders by the Supreme court.

Article 141-Decision of the Supreme Court binding on all the courts.

Article 148- Comptroller and Auditor- General of India.

Article 149- Duties and Powers of CAG.

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Part 5 – Union Article 52- Artilcle 151


    Article 52- The President of India.

Article 53- Executive Power of the union.

Article 54- Election of President.

Article 61- Procedure for Impeachment of the President.

Article 63- The Vice-president of India.

Article 64- The Vice-President to be ex-officio chairm...

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