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Who is more powerful a judge or IAS?

Who is more powerful a judge or IAS?

Reverse is not possible as IAS/IPS can’t exercise any power on Judges. Under the Central Govt and State Hierarchy: A District Judge is more superior than District Collector. A Chief Justice is much much more superior in hierarchy than a Chief Secretary.

Who is the highest judge of high court?

Maximum strength of judges in each High Court

High Court Jurisdiction Permanent judges
Telangana High Court Telangana 32
Tripura High Court Tripura 4
Uttarakhand High Court Uttarakhand 9
Total 829

Who appointed Chief Justice of High Court?

the President
Article 217 of the Constitution: It states that the Judge of a High Court shall be appointed by the President in consultation with the Chief Justice of India (CJI), the Governor of the State. In the case of appointment of a Judge other than the Chief Justice, the Chief Justice of the High Court is consulted.

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Who is the senior most judge of Supreme Court in India?

The senior most judge of the Supreme Court is usually appointed the Chief Justice of India. Question 28. How can a judge be removed? A judge can be removed only by an impeachment motion passed separately by two-third members of the two houses of the parliament.

Who is the most powerful person in the Indian Cabinet?

Within the Cabinet it is the Prime Minister who is the most powerful. Question 19. Who is the head of the State? The President in the head of the State. Question 20. Who elect the President of India?

Who appoints the leader of the majority party as Prime Minister?

The president appoints the leader of the majority party as the Prime Minister of India. Question 14. In which matter do the Lok Sabha exercise more powers? The Lok Sabha exercises more powers in money matters.

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Who is the head of the government in a parliamentary system?

The Constitutional forefathers have provided us the Parliamentary system in which the Union executive is consist of The President and the Council of Ministers headed by the Prime Minister. The President is the head of the state and the chief executive.