What President does?

Category: Daily Dose 7 years ago
President of India has many powers but he exercises all these on advice of Union cabinet. Hence, Prime Minister is called 'President in action'.

Here are some photos giving an idea about what a President does.

http://in.news.yahoo.com/photos/the-president-s-role-in-india-slideshow/

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  • Re: What President does?

    by » 7 years ago


    In India, PM is the supremo. President is least important. In other countries, Presidents are very active. President in India becomes active during emergency. Other than this, President is supreme commander of National Defence. President appoints PM of India. Many other other power vists on him / her.
    I agree with the above post.

  • Re: What President does?

    by » 7 years ago


    In India, only one thing a President can do is reduce the money from Indian treasury. Nothing else
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  • Re: What President does?

    by » 7 years ago


    In India, only one thing a President can do is reduce the money from Indian treasury. Nothing else


    Not only President but also the whole ministry is involved in this enchanting work.

  • Re: What President does?

    by » 7 years ago


    In India, only one thing a President can do is reduce the money from Indian treasury. Nothing else


    Ceremonial white elephants!

  • Re: What President does?

    by » 7 years ago


    In India, PM is the supremo. President is least important. In other countries, Presidents are very active. President in India becomes active during emergency. Other than this, President is supreme commander of National Defence. President appoints PM of India. Many other other power vists on him / her.
    I agree with the above post.

    Absolutely correct and This is fact due to Indian constituency.

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  • Re: What President does?

    by » 7 years ago


    It's the resting place for party faithfuls and loyalists at our cost!

  • Re: What President does?

    by » 7 years ago


    In India, only one thing a President can do is reduce the money from Indian treasury. Nothing else


    Not only President but also the whole ministry is involved in this enchanting work.


    Actually this is the ultimate resting place for some one at the cost of public of this country.

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  • Re: What President does?

    by » 7 years ago


    Yet I would root for continuation of this post provided a truly deserving candidate is chosen unanimously who commands respect from all across the length and breadth of the country. It's sectarian and narrow focus of choice that has created so much of sentiments of a negative kind in this country. When Dr.Kalam was denied a second term a significant section of people felt disgusted!!

  • Re: What President does?

    by » 7 years ago


    Yet I would root for continuation of this post provided a truly deserving candidate is chosen unanimously who commands respect from all across the length and breadth of the country. It's sectarian and narrow focus of choice that has created so much of sentiments of a negative kind in this country. When Dr.Kalam was denied a second term a significant section of people felt disgusted!!


    Some times I cannot stop but think that when they decide to send some one off the active politics they offer him this post for all the fun and nothing to do. Pronob Mukerjee is in next in line.

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  • Re: What President does?

    by » 7 years ago


    I don't know what is in the womb of future. Honestly I have very little interest in his candidature as I read his role during the infamous Emergency when he was solidly behind Late Sanjay Gandhi to further his political career!!

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