Civics

Subjects that were placed on the Union List were _______, _______ and ______.


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SOLUTION
Union List or List I in Schedule VII of the constitution provides for the subjects whereupon the Parliament alone has the power to make laws. It has 97 subjects in total. Defense, Foreign affairs, and Taxes are some of the important matters among others where parliament can legislate exclusively.
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