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parliament.[157] The executive branch of the Indian government consists of the president, the vice-president, and the Council of Ministers—the cabinet being its executive committee—headed by the prime minister. Any minister holding a portfolio must be a member of one of the houses of parliament.[154] In the Indian parliamentary system, the executive is subordinate to the legislature; the prime minister and his council directly responsible to the lower house of the parliament.[159] Legislative: The legislature of India is the bicameral parliament. It operates under a Westminster-style parliamentary system and comprises the upper house called the Rajya Sabha ("Council of States") and the lower called the Lok Sabha ("House of the People").[160] The Rajya Sabha is a permanent body that has 245 members who serve in staggered six-year terms.[161] Most are elected indirectly by the state and territorial legislatures in numbers proportional to their state's share of the national population.[158] All but two of the Lok Sabha's 545 members are directly elected by popular vote; they represent individual constituencies via five-year terms.[162] The remaining two members are nominated by the president from among the Anglo-Indian community, in case the president decides that they are not adequately represented.[163]

Judicial: India has a unitary three-tier independent judiciary[164] that comprises the Supreme Court, headed by the Chief Justice of India, 21 High Courts, and a large number of trial courts.[164] The Supreme Court has original jurisdiction over cases involving fundamental rights and over disputes between states and the centre; it has appellate jurisdiction over…...

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