Money Bill can be introduced only in the Lok-Sabha.
Ordinary Bill can be introduced in either Lok-Sabha or Rajya-Sabha
It can be introduced only by a minister.
Ordinary Bill can be introduced by a minister or a private member.
Money bill can be introduced only on recommendation of the President.
Ordinary Bill does not need introduction by the President.
Money bill cannot be modified or rejected by the Rajya-Sabha.
Ordinary Bill can be modified or Rejected by Rajya-Sabha
The President cannot return it for reconsideration.
Its defeat in the Lok-Sabha leads to resignation of the Government .
If it is introduced by minister, it may lead to resignation of the Government.
The Rajya-Sabha can detain it for 14 days at the maximum.
The Rajya-Sabha can detain it for fourteen days at the maximum.
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