India has a federal form of government. The federal structure consists of individual State Governments and a Union Government which is commonly referred as Central Government. The Central Government is headed Prime Minister and State Governments are headed by Chief Ministers. The Central Government exercises its broad administrative powers in the name of the President of India, who is the Head of State. The President acts on the advice of the Prime Minister and his council of Ministers. Find out some interesting facts on Indian Government.
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