In which case was the doctrine of basic structure propounded by the Supreme court of India –
Keshavananda Bharti v. The State of Kerala.
Q: How is sociology different from anthropology?
A: Both sociology and anthropology study societies and cultures. Traditionally, anthropology was more likely to study hunting and gathering, herding, fishing, and other non-industrial societies, while sociology tended to focus more on industrial and post-industrial societies. There is also a whole division of anthropology called physical anthropology which examines teeth, bones, and other archeological evidence. Today, anthropologists may study aspects of contemporary culture in all types of societies. They are more likely than sociologists to use qualitative methods of research and less likely to use quantitative methods. Some sociologists use both qualitative and quantitative data. Not all sociologists pay a lot of attention to culture, but most social anthropologists could never ignore culture.
The President of India is elected by a proportional representation system through a single transferable vote. what does this imply?
this implies MPs and MLAs of different States have different numbers of votes