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The basic difference between the Indian President and the British Monarch is

(a) A British Monarch can be questioned by the House of Lords, whereas the Indian President is not answerable to any court

(b) The British Monarch IS forbidden from foreign travel whereas the Parliament is in session no such restriction ever applies to the Indian President

(c) There is no age bar to the Indian President for holding the office whereas the British Monarch .automatically steps down on his attaining the age of 75 installing the Crown Prince as Monarch

(d) The Indian President is elected every five years whereas the British Crown is hereditary and not elective. Whereas

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(d) The Indian President is elected every five years whereas the British Crown is hereditary and not elective. Whereas

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