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  1. The Role of the President
  2. The System of Election of the President
  3. To Be Elected As the President
  4. The Procedure of Impeachment
  5. The Executive Power
  6. The Admnistrative Power
  7. The Military Powers
  8. The Diplomatic Powers
  9. The Judicial Powers
  10. The Emergency Powers

The President of India is the head of State as the first citizen of India, and has therefore an important role to play in the political system. He has special duties and powers, which give him importance in the Indian political life. This function first appeared with the Indian Constitution that was adopted on 26 January 1950. But the role of the President comes from a parliamentary tradition set up by the British rulers with different Acts and Charts. Its creation was not solely due to the Constitution.

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