Question: Mention three instances when the Parliament can make laws on the subjects entered in the State list
Answer: The Parliament can make laws on a subject included in the State List in the following three instances:
(i) The Parliament can legislate even on subjects included in the State List during the Proclamation of a National Emergency under Art. 352.
(ii) When the Rajya Sabha passes a resolution by a two-thirds majority that a subject in the State List has assumed national importance, the Union Parliament can legislate on that subject.
(iii) When two or more States are of the opinion that the Parliament should Legislate on a subject given in the State List, the Parliament may make an Act on that subject but that would be applicable only to the consenting States.
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