The Parliament can make any law for whole or any part of India for implementing international treaties

  1. without the consent of any State
  2. with the consent of all the States
  3. with the consent of the State concerned
  4. with the consent of the majority of States


The constitution empowers parliament to make laws on any matter in state list under five extra ordinary circumstances - Rajya sabha passes resolution, national emergency, states make a request, to implement international agreements, during president's rule.

The correct option is A.