Thursday, December 1, 2011

PART V
CHAPTER I.-THE
EXECUTIVE
THE UNION
The President and
Vice President
...Art.(52-73)
Council of Ministers
...Art.(74-75)
The Attorney-
General for India.
..Art.(76)
Conduct of
Government
Business
...Art.(77-78)
CHAPTER II.-
PARLIAMENT
General...Art.(79-88)
Officers of
Parliament
...Art.(89-98)
Conduct of Business
...Art.(99-100)
Disqualifications of
members
...Art.(101-104)
Powers, Privileges
and Immunities of
Parliament and its
Members
...Art.(105-106)
Legislative
Procedure
...Art.(107-111)
Procedure in
Financial Matters
...Art.(112-117)
Procedure
Generally ...Art.
(118-122)
CHAPTER III.-
LEGISLATIVE POWERS
OF THE PRESIDENT
Art.(123)
CHAPTER IV.- THE
UNION JUDICIARY
Art.(124-147)
CHAPTER V.-
COMPTROLLER AND
AUDITOR-GENERAL OF
INDIA
Art.(148-151)
The President and
Vice President
ARTICLE
52. The President of
India.
53. Executive power
of the Union.
54. Election of
President.
55. Manner of
election of President.
56. Term of office of
President.
57. Eligibility for re-
election.
58. Qualifications for
election as
President.
59. Conditions of
President's office.
60. Oath or
affirmation by the
president.
61. Procedure for
impeachment of the
President.
62. Time of holding
election to fill
vacancy in the office
of President and the
term of office of
person elected to fill
casual vacancy.
63. The Vice-
President of India
64. The Vice-
President to be ex-
officio Chairman of
the Council of States.
65. The Vice-
President to act as
President or to
discharge his
functions during
casual vacancies in
the office, or during
the absence, of
president.
66. Election of Vice-
President.
67. Term of office of
Vice-President.
68. Time of holding
election to fill
vacancy in the office
of Vice-President
and the term of
office of person
elected to fill casual
vacancy.
69. Oath or
affirmation by the
Vice-President.
70. Discharge of
President's functions
in other
contingencies.
71. Matters relating
to, or connected
with, the election of
a President or Vice-
President.
72. Power of
President to grant
pardons, etc., and to
suspend, remit or
commute sentences
in certain cases.
73. Extent of
executive power of
the Union.
Council of Ministers
ARTICLE
74. Council of
Ministers to aid and
advice President
75. Other provisions
as to Ministers
The Attorney-
General for India
ARTICLE
76. Attorney-General
for India
Conduct of
Government
Business
ARTICLE
77. Conduct of
business of the
Government of India.
78. Duties of prime
Minister as respects
the furnishing of
information to the
President, etc.
CHAPTER II.-
PARLIAMENT
General
ARTICLE
79. Constitution of
Parliament.
80. Composition of
the Council of States.
81. Composition of
the House of the
People.
82. Readjustment
after each census.
83. Duration of
Houses of
Parliament.
84. Qualification for
membership of
Parliament.
85. Sessions of
Parliament,
prorogation and
dissolution.
86. Right of
President to address
and send message to
Houses.
87. Special address
by the President.
88. Rights of
Ministers and
Attorney-General as
respects Houses.
Officers of
Parliament
ARTICLE
89. The Chairman
and Deputy
Chairman of the
Council of States.
90. Vacation and
resignation of, and
removal from, the
office of Deputy
Chairman.
91. Power of the
Deputy Chairman or
other person to
perform the duties
of the office of, or to
act as, Chairman
92. The Chairman or
the Deputy Chairman
not to preside while
a resolution for his
removal from office
is under
consideration.
93. The Speaker and
Deputy Speaker of
the House of the
People.
94. Vacation and
resignation of, and
removal from, the
offices of and
Deputy Speaker.
95. Power of the
Deputy Speaker or
other person to
perform the duties
of the office of, or to
act as, Speaker.
96. The Speaker or
the Deputy Speaker
not to preside while
a resolution from
office is under
consideration.
97. Salaries and
allowances of the
Chairman and
Deputy Chairman
and the Speaker and
Deputy Speaker.
98. Secretariat of
Parliament.
Conduct of Business
ARTICLE
99. Oath or
affirmation by
members.
100. Voting in
Houses, power of
Houses to act
notwithstanding
vacancies and
quorum.
Disqualifications of
members
ARTICLE
101. Vacation of
seats.
102. Disqualifications
for membership.
103. Decision on
questions as to
disqualifications of
members.
104. Penalty for
sitting and voting
before maing oath or
affirmation under
article 99 or when
not qualified or
when disqualified.
Powers, Privileges
and Immunities of
Parliament and its
Members
ARTICLE
105. Powers,
privileges, etc., of
the Houses of
Parliament and of
the members and
committees thereof.
106. Salaries and
allowances of
members.
Legislative
Procedure
ARTICLE
107. Provisions as to
introduction and
passing of Bills.
108. Joint sitting of
both Houses in
certain cases.
109. Special
procedure in respect
of Money Bills.
110. Definition of
"Money Bills."
111. Assent to Bills.
Procedure in
Financial Matters
ARTICLE
112. Annual financial
statement.
113. Procedure in
Parliament with
respect to
estimates.
114. Appropriation
Bills.
115. Supplementary,
additional or excess
grants.
116. Votes on
account, votes of
credit and
exceptional grants.
117. Special
provisions as to
financial Bills.
Procedure Generally
ARTICLE
118. Rules of
procedure.
119. Regulation by
law of procedure in
parliament in
relation to financial
business.
120. Language to be
used in Parliament.
121. Restriction on
discussion in
Parliament.
122. Courts not to
inquire into
proceedings of
Parliament.
CHAPTER III.-LEGISLATIVE
POWERS OF THE
PRESIDENT
123. Power of
President to
promulgate
Ordinances during
recess of Parliament.
CHAPTER IV.- THE
UNION JUDICIARY
ARTICLE
124. Establishment
and Constitution of
Supreme Court.
125. Salaries, etc., of
Judges.
126. Appointment of
acting Chief Justice.
127. Appointment of
ad hoc Judges.
128. Attendance of
retired Judges at
sittings of the
Supreme Court.
129. Supreme Court
to be a court of
record.
130. Seat of
Supreme Court.
131. Original
jurisdiction of the
Supreme Court.
131A. [Repealed.]
132. Appellate
jurisdiction of
Supreme Court in
Appeals from High
Courts in certain
cases.
133. Appellate
jurisdiction of
Supreme Court in
appeals from High
Courts in regard to
civil matters.
134. Appellate of
jurisdiction of
Supreme Court in
regard to criminal
matters.
134A. Certificate for
appeal to the
Supreme Court.
135. Jurisdiction and
powers of the
Federal Court under
existing law to be
exercisable by the
Supreme Court.
136. Special leave to
appeal by the
Supreme Court.
137. Review of
judgments or orders
by the Supreme
Court.
138. Enlargement of
the jurisdiction of
the Supreme Court.
139. Conferment on
the Supreme Court
of powers to issue
certain writs.
139A. Transfer of
certain cases.
140. Ancillary
powers of Supreme
Court.
141. Law declared
by Supreme Court to
be binding on all
courts.
142. Enforcement of
decrees and orders
of Supreme Court
and orders as to
discovery, etc.
143. Power of
President to consult
Supreme Court.
144. Civil and judicial
authorities to act in
aid of the Supreme
Court.
144A. [Repealed.]
145. Rules of Court,
etc.
146. Officers and
servants and the
expenses of the
Supreme Court.
147. Interpretation.
CHAPTER V.-
COMPTROLLER AND
AUDITOR-GENERAL OF
INDIA
ARTICLE
148. Comptroller and
Auditor General of
India
149. Duties and
powers of the
Comptroller and
Auditor-General.
150. Form of
accounts of the
Union and of the
States.
151. Audit reports.