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Question
The maximum time gap between two successive sessions of
parliament can be

(1) 4 months

(2) 6 months

(3) One year

(4) No limit
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  Re: The maximum time gap between two successive sessions of parliament can be (1) 4 months (2) 6 months (3) One year (4) No limit
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# 1
( 2 ) 6 months 
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Guest
 
  Re: The maximum time gap between two successive sessions of parliament can be (1) 4 months (2) 6 months (3) One year (4) No limit
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# 2
6 months 
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Pravin Concar
 
 
 
  Re: The maximum time gap between two successive sessions of parliament can be (1) 4 months (2) 6 months (3) One year (4) No limit
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# 3
1) 4 months 
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  Re: The maximum time gap between two successive sessions of parliament can be (1) 4 months (2) 6 months (3) One year (4) No limit
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# 4
(2) 6 months

 
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Rishabh
 
  Re: The maximum time gap between two successive sessions of parliament can be (1) 4 months (2) 6 months (3) One year (4) No limit
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# 5
4 months 
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Guest
 
  Re: The maximum time gap between two successive sessions of parliament can be (1) 4 months (2) 6 months (3) One year (4) No limit
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# 6
6 months is the right answer... 
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F
 
  Re: The maximum time gap between two successive sessions of parliament can be (1) 4 months (2) 6 months (3) One year (4) No limit
Answer
# 7
(2)6 MONTHS 
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Aabhas Mathur
 
  Re: The maximum time gap between two successive sessions of parliament can be (1) 4 months (2) 6 months (3) One year (4) No limit
Answer
# 8
(2) 6 months 
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Sharang Agarwal
 
  Re: The maximum time gap between two successive sessions of parliament can be (1) 4 months (2) 6 months (3) One year (4) No limit
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# 9
The time gap between the last day of the previous session and the first day of the next session should not be more than six months. In practice, however, normally three sessions are held every year 
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Chaitanya
 
  Re: The maximum time gap between two successive sessions of parliament can be (1) 4 months (2) 6 months (3) One year (4) No limit
Answer
# 10
6 months 
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Nitika
 

 
 
 
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