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The Parliament legislates on a State subject if:
I. the Rajya Sabha passes a resolution by a two-thirds majority that to do so is in the national interest
II. during times of emergency.
Ill. when the legislatives of two or more States resolve that it is lawful for Parliament to do so.
IV. a treaty or international agreement has to be implemented.


A
I, II and III
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B
I, III and IV
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C
II and III
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D
I, II, III and IV
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Solution

The correct option is D I, II, III and IV
The Parliament is also empowered by the Constitution to make laws on the subjects given in the State list under the following circumstances:
1) When Rajya Sabha passes a resolution with the special majority and declares that a subject is of National Interest.
2)When National  Emergency is in operation or the President's rule is imposed on State.
3)If two or more states make request jointly to the Parliament
4) When parliament considers necessary to give effect to international agreements, treaties, and conventions.

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