Describe any three jurisdiction powers of the Supreme Court in India.
Three jurisdiction powers of the Supreme Court in India are
(i) Advisory jurisdiction The Supreme Court can advice the President on any question of law or any matter of public importance.
(ii) Appellate jurisdiction The power of Supreme Court to hear and decide appeals against the judgement of lower courts.
(iii) Original jurisdiction The original jurisdiction
extends to all cases between the Government of India and the states of India or between Government of ; India and states on side and one or more states on another side.