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2014-08-01T20:41:51+05:30
The Constitution of India enumerates the powers and functions of the Indian Parliament in Chapter II of Part V of the constitution. Like the British counterpart, the Parliament of India is not a fully sovereign legislature. It does not enjoy unlimited and absolute powers like that of the British Parliament. It is a creation of the Constitution. It has no natural growth like that of the British Parliament. As it is created by the Constitution, it is bound by the provisions of the Constitution.The powers and functions of the Indian Parliament may be generalized in the following heads. While discussing these powers it should be borne in mind that they are enjoyed and exercised by both the Houses of Parliament with a few difference
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