Parliament is the supreme legislative body in a parliamentary system of government. It is made up of elected representatives who debate and vote on laws. Parliament also has the power to remove the government from office.

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Q. What can be the maximum gap between two Parliament sessions?

 ◉ seven months

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 ◉ one year

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 ◉ six months

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 ◉ eight months

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Q. Who presides over the joint session of both the Houses of the Parliament?

 ◉ Speaker of the Lok Sabha

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 ◉ Rajya Sabha

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 ◉ Prime Minister

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 ◉ None of them

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Q. By whom the salaries and allowances payable to the Members of Parliament are decided?

 ◉ By governor

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 ◉ By the President

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 ◉ by parliament

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 ◉ By order of prime minister

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Q. What should be the minimum age of a candidate to contest the election of Parliament?

 ◉ 40 years

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 ◉ 25 years

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 ◉ 30 years

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 ◉ 24 years

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Q. What is the Parliament of Japan called?

 ◉ Parliament

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 ◉ Cortes

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 ◉ Congress

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 ◉ Diet

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Q. Parliamentary system of government is also known by what other name?

 ◉ responsible government

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 ◉ Democratic government

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 ◉ Dictatorial government

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 ◉ None of them

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Q. The British Parliament had sent the Simon Commission to review whom?

 ◉ functioning of diarchy

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 ◉ Progress of English education

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 ◉ social reform

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 ◉ Hindu-Muslim unity

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Q. Who is responsible for the parliamentary procedure "Zero Hour"?

 ◉ Switzerland

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 ◉ India

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 ◉ America

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 ◉ Britain

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Q. Who is called the mother of Parliament?

 ◉ To the parliament of America

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 ◉ To Russia's Parliament

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 ◉ To the Parliament of France

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 ◉ to the UK Parliament

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Q. Why is the joint sitting of the Federal Parliament called?

 ◉ To resolve the deadlock in both the houses on a non-financial bill

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 ◉ To resolve deadlock in both houses on a financial bill

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 ◉ To solve the deadlock of Rajya Sabha on a particular bill

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 ◉ None of them

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Q. Which non-member of Parliament has the right to address the Parliament?

 ◉ High Court judgment

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 ◉ Local court justice

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 ◉ Attorney-General of India

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 ◉ I a s. Officer

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Q. Who presides over the joint sitting of the Parliament in India?

 ◉ Vice -president

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 ◉ Prime Minister

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 ◉ Speaker, Lok Sabha

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 ◉ President

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Q. Who nominates persons for various parliamentary delegations sent to foreign countries?

 ◉ Prime Minister

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 ◉ Bishop

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 ◉ Lok Sabha speaker

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 ◉ Rajya Sabha

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Q. Who was the first Indian person to be elected to the British Parliament?

 ◉ Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel

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 ◉ Kunwar Singh

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 ◉ Dadabhai Naoroji

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 ◉ Mahatma Gandhi

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Q. Who is competent to dissolve the Parliament?

 ◉ President

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 ◉ Vice-president

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 ◉ speaker

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 ◉ Rajya Sabha Speaker

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