Practice Test


1) Which statements is/are not correct about Objectives resolution ?
1. It was moved by Nehru in the Constituent Assembly
2. It called for just rights for minorities
3. It forms the basis for the chapter on Fundamental Rights
4. It called for creation of a socialist and secular polity
Which of the following statements is/are correct?


2) Some of the Fundamental Rights are not enjoyed by


3) WIth reference to the period of India Freedom Struggle, which of the following
were recommended by the Nehru Report?
1) Complete independence for India.
2) Joint electorates for reservation of seats for minorities.
3) Provision of Fundamental Rights for the people of India in the Constitution
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4) Which of the following are the limitations on the sovereignty of Indian Parliament ?
1) Fundamental Rights
2) Judicial Review
3) Federalism
4) Written Constitution


5) Assertion (A) I the Constitution of India is a liberal constitution.
Reason (R) II It provides Fundamental Rights to Individuals.


6) With reference to India Constitution consider the following statements
1) Originally, seven Fundamental Rights were listed in the constitution.
2) By 42nd Amendment, the Janata Party Government in 1978-79, deleted the
Fundamental Right to property, So there are now only six Fundamental Rights.
Which of these statement(s) is/are correct?


7) Which of the following two basic features were added in the Minerva Mills case?
1) Sovereignty of India
2) Limited power of the Parliament to amend the Constitution
3) Secular character of the Constitution
4) Fine balance between the fundamental rights and the directives principle of state policy


8) Which among the following duties was added by the 86th Constitution Amendment of India?


9) Consider the following statements with regard to fundamental rights:
1. No person shall be prosecuted and punished for the same offence more than once
2. No person accused of any offence shall be compelled to be a witness against himself
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10) So far as the General rules of interpretation of the constitution are concerned which of the following is true in this regard?
1. If the words are clear and unambiguous, they must be given full effect
2. The constitution must be read as a whole
3. Principles of Harmonious construction must be applied
4. The constitution must be interpreted in a broad and liberal sense
5. The court has to infer the spirit of the constitution from the language
6. Internal and External aids may be used while interpreting
7. The Constitution prevails over other statutes
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11) Fundamental Right to .... has been deleted by the ... Amendment Act .


12) ____ decides about the reasonableness of the restrictions placed on Fundamental Rights ?


13) Right to Constitutional Remedies are available to :


14) Which writ is called the bulwark of personal freedom ?


15) Regarding equality before law, the Indian Constitution makes exceptions in the case of


16) Censorship of the press is


17) Constitution permits preventive detention but stipulates that


18) Right against exploitation prohibits children below


19) ____ can impose reasonable restrictions on Fundamental Rights of Indians ?


20) In case of proclamation of Emergency due to war or external aggression :


21) Proclamation of national emergency automatically suspends


22) Fundamental Duties were included in the Constitution to :


23) Fundamental Duties of a citizen EXCLUDE


24) The Constitution calls upon parents to provide opportunities for education to their children between the ages of six and fourteen years under


25) Which of the following was the first to put in place a right to Information Act ?


26) Which one of the following is not a principle of Panchsheel ?


27) A new fundamental duty was included in Part IV A under Article 51 A through Constitutional Amendment numbered


28) The Constitution originally provided reservation of seats for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in the Lok Sabha till :


29) Right to Information Act, 2005 is :


30) Entitlement of legal aid is a concomitant right that arises out of Fundamental Right :


31) The fundamental duties of a Citizen do not include


32) The Fundamental Duties were added to Constitution because


33) The Fundamental Duties were added to the Constitution


34) The fundamental rights granted to Indian citizens by the Constitution are :


35) According to the constitution of India, which one of the following rights cannot be taken away during emergency ?


36) A Fundamental Right guaranteed in the Indian Constitution can be suspended only by


37) The greatest hallmark of personal liberty is


38) Which of the following writs is not specifically provided in the Constitution of India ?


39) A writ issued by a court to some inferior authority to transfer the matter to it or to some other superior authority for its proper consideration, is called


40) A writ of prohibition is an order issued by the supreme court or high court which


41) The 44th Amendment of the Indian Constitution withdrew the Fundamental Right :


42) After the Constitution of India came into force, when did the Parliament enact the Untouchability (Offences) Act ?


43) The Supreme Court of India has expanded the meaning of the Right to Life to include the following derivative rights. Which one among the following is not included in the Court's definition ?


44) Which of the following is not a Fundamental Right guaranteed by our Constitution ?


45) Which one of the following Fundamental Rights is also available to a foreigner on the soil of India ?


46) Which one of the following is not included in Article 19 of the constitution of India, pertaining to the Right of freedom ?


47) Under the Constitution of India, which one of the following is not a fundamental duty ?


48) Which of the following is not included in the Fundamental Rights in our constitution ?


49) Which one of the following is not a correct statement in relation to the provisions of the Indian Constitution ?


50) Which of the following Fundamental Duties have been enumerated in our Constitution for the citizens ?


51) Which one of the following is wrong ?


52) Which one of the following is incorrect ?


53) What does not explain the reason for the rights included in part III of the Constitution being called 'fundamental' ?
1.They are available to both citizens and aliens
2.They are above ordinary law
3.They are fundamental to governance
4.They are not absolute
Which of the above is / are correct ?


54) Consider the following statement regarding the Fundamental Rights ?
1. Some of these rights are not available to Armed Forces
2. They are suspended if an emergency is imposed.
3. President alone can decide their application to the Armed Forces
4. They cannot be amended as they are basic to the Constitution
Which of the following statements is/are correct ?


55) ____ are available to Indian citizens but not to aliens ?
1. Equality before Law
2. Freedom of expression and speech
3. Right of minorities to conserve their language and culture
4. Protection to life and liberty
Which of the above is/ are correct ?


56) Freedom of speech and expression are restricted by the constitution on grounds of :
1. defamation
2. Contempt of court
3. Protecting scheduled tribes
4. Friendly relations with foreign states
Which of the above is/are correct ?


57) ___ comes under Right to Equality ?
1. Non-discrimination by State on grounds of religion or race
2. Equal protection before law
3. Equal pay for equal work
4. Equality of opportunity in employment provided by the State
Which of the above is/ are correct ?


58) Indian Constitution
1. forbids untouchability
2. Prescribes penalties for practising untouchability
3. Defines untouchability as a various historical practice
Which of the above is/ are correct ?


59) Fundamental Rights in Indian Constitution places limitations on the powers of the
1. Executive
2. Legislature
3. Individuals
Which of the above is/are correct ?


60) ___ are wrongly matched ?
1. Habeas - literally means
corpus ' to have a body'
2. Mandamus-commands a person to perform a public duty issued to a lower court to stop proceedings in a case
3. Quo warranto- 'by what authority' issued against a person holding a public office or governmental privilege.
4. Prohibition-issued to a lower court quashing a decision or order
Which of the following statement is / are correct ?


61) Fundamental Duties :
1. were introduced by the 44th Amendment
2. are incorporated in Part III-A
3. are not justiciable
Which of the above is/are correct ?


62) Which are among the Fundamental Duties in the Constitution ?
1. To preserve the heritage of our composite culture
2. To abide by the Constitution
3. To strive for excellence in scientific research
4. To render national service
Which of the above is/are correct ?


63) Part V of the Constitution deals with the :
1. Union Executive
2. Parliament
3. Supreme Court and High Courts
4. Comptroller and Auditor-General
Which of the above is/are correct ?


64) Consider the following statements :
1. Free and compulsory education to the children of 6-14 years age group by the State was made a Fundamental Right by the 76th Amendment to the Constitution of India.
2. Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan seeks to provide computer education even in rural areas.
3. Education was included in the Concurrent List by the 42nd Amendment, 1976 to the Constitution of India.
Which of the statement given above are correct ?


65) The correct statements about Fundamental Rights are :
1. They are enforceable in the court of law.
2. These rights are absolute.
3. They can be suspended during national emergency, except some.
4. They are available
only to Indian citizens.
5. They are contained in Part IV of the Constitution.
Which of the following statements is/are correct ?


66) Which of the following are envisaged by the right against exploitation in the constitution of India ?
1. Prohibition of traffic in human beings and forced labour
2. Abolition of untouchability
3. Protection of the interests of minorities
4. prohibition of employment of children in factories and mines.
Which of the following statements is/are correct ?


67) Which of the following are the Fundamental Duties mentioned in the Constitution of India ?
1. To follow the principle of morality
2.To uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India
3. To value and preserve the rich heritage of our composite culture
4. To safeguard public property and to adjure violence
Which of the following statements is/are correct ?


68) Which of the following are the grounds on which discrimination of citizens for admission into educational institutions is constitutionally prohibited ?
1. Religion and race
2. Sex and place of birth
3. Nationality and colour
4. Age and nativity
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69) Which of the following are the principles of the Panchsheel ?
1. Peaceful co-existence
2. Mutual protection of the environment
3. Mutual protection of indigenous population
4. Mutual non-aggression.
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70) Which of the following is/are among the Fundamental Duties of citizens laid down in the Indian Constitution ?
1. To preserve the rich heritage of our composite culture
2. To protect the weaker sections from social injustice
3. To develop the scientific temper and spirit of inquiry
4. To strive towards excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity
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71) Assertion : Preventive detention is a fundamental right of the State against individuals.
Reason : Preventive detention has been considered in the Chapter on Fundamental Rights of the Constitution.


72) Assertion : Presidential election is not affected if a State Assembly stands dissolved at the time of election.
Reason : Election to President's post must be completed within the time limit set by the Constitution.


73) Assertion : It was enacted that by 2000 A. D. the new decennial census figures need not be taken into account to readjust allocation of seats in the Lok Sabha and State Assemblies.
Reason : It was assumed that the increase in population would not affect the nature of the constituencies.


74) Assertion : A candidate for Vice-President must be qualified for election as a member of Rajya Sabha.
Reason : Vice-President acts as the Chairman of Rajya Sabha.


75) Assertion : President of India is not a part of Parliament.
Reason : A bill passed by both the Houses of Parliament cannot become law without the President's assent.


76) Assertion : Rajya Sabha must pass a resolution on the necessity of an All India Service before such a service is created.
Reason : India Constitution is federal in nature. A resolution passed by a two-third majority in Rajya Sabha would signify consent of the States.


77) Assertion : Constitution authorized the Parliament to increase duties or taxes stipulated in Articles 269 and 270 by imposing a surcharge.
Reason : Proceeds of the surcharge go into Consolidated Fund of India.


78) Which of the following rights have been mentioned outside the Part III?
1. No person shall be deprived of his property, expect by authority of law.
2. Freedom of trade, commerce and intercourse.
3. Elections to the house of the people and the Legislative Assemblies of states to be on the basis of adult suffrage.
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79) Consider the following statement related to Fundamental Rights
1. Fundamental Rights is a legal right, which is protected by law and is enforceable in the courts of law and guarded by the written Constitution.
2. The purpose of the Fundamental Rights is to establish the rule of law.
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80) Consider the following explanations regarding use of Article 32
1. The Right to move to the SC for the enforcement of Fundamental Rights can not be suspended except or other wise provided by the Constitution.
2. When a proclamation of emergency under Article 352 is declared, the President is empowered under Article 360 to suspend all the rights mentioned in Part III of Indian Constitution
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81) Which of the following are covered under the Fundamental Rights in the Constitution of India?
1. Prohibition of forced labour.
2. Prohibition of employment of children in factories.
3. Freedom of conscience and free profession, practice and propagation of religion.
4. Right to equal pay for equal work for men as well as women.
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82) Which of the following is given the power to implement the Fundamental Rights by the Constitution?


83) With reference to Indian Constitution, consider the following statements
1. Originally, seven Fundamental Rights were listed in the Constitution.
2. By 42nd Amendment, the Janta Party Government in 1978-79 deleted the Fundamental Right to Property. So there are now only six Fundamental Rights.
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84) The Rights to Information means and includes
1. inspection of documents.
2. taking out files from office to any place desired by the applicant.
3. taking photograph of files.
4. obtaining information in tapes.
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85) Which of the following are the differences between the Fundamental Rights and the Directive Principles?
1. Fundamental Rights are negative injunctions, while the Directive Principles are positive instruction to the Government.
2. Fundamental Rights are justiciable, while the Directive Principles of State Policy are non-justiciable.
3. Fundamental Rights enjoy constitutional basis, while the Directive Principles are based on conventions.
4. In case of a conflict between the Fundamental Rights and most Directive Principles, the former get precedence.
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86) Which of the following is not a Fundamental Duty as enshrined in Article 51A of the Indian Constitution?


87) Which one of the following is not a Fundamental Duty?


88) Under the Constitution of India, which one of the following is not a Fundamental Duty?


89)
Which of the following is correct ?


90) Which of the following is/are instance(s) of Violation of Human Rights?
1) A person was detained by the Security Forces while goint for casting vote in Parliamentary elections.
2) A civilian was killed by the army while undertaking combing operation.
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91) Ideals of Liberty, Equality and Fraternity have been taken from


92) Consider the following explanation regarding free and compulsorty education
1) Article 46 requires the State to make provision within 10 years for free and compulsary education
to all children the age of 14 years.
2) The supreme Court has held that the 'Right to Education' up to the age of 14 years is a fundamental Right
within the meaning of Article 21.
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93) What were the major factors identified by First State Reorganisation Commission for reorganistatin of States
1) Preservation and strengthening of the unity and security of the country.
2) Linguistic and cultural heterogeneity.
3) Financial, economic and administrative considerations.
4) Planning and promotion of the welfare of the people in each State as well as of the nation as a whole.


94) Consider the following statements
1) Fundamental Rights, freedom of speech and expression. assembly, association, movements,
residence and procession can be claimed only by the citizen of India.
2) Compulsory education for all children of 6-14 years (Article 21A) is available to all 'person'
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?


95) Which of the following was considered as best option by the Srikrishna committee?
1) Bifurcation of the State into Telangana and Seemandhra as per existing and Seemandhra
as per existing boundaries with Hyderabad as the capital of Telangana and Seemandhra to have a new capital
2) Keeping the State united and providing for creation of a statutorily empowered Telangana Regional
Council for socio-economic development and political development of Telangana region.
3) Maintaining status Quo keeping the Andhra pradesh State as it is with no change in the Telangana,
Seemandhra and coastal regions.


96) As per Article 241, who can constitute a High Court for a Union Territory or declare any court
in any such territory to be a High Court for all or any of the purpose of the constitution?


97)
Which article of the Constitution states that formation of States are not part of Constitutional
Amendment as part of Article 368?


98)
Which of the following are not applicable to the aliens?
1) Article 15
2) Article 16
3) Article 19
4) Article 21


99) Identify the correct statements
1) The fundamental Rights are named so because they are gurranteed and protected by the
Constitution which is Fundamental law of the land.
2) They are also fundamental in the sense that they are necessary for all round development of an individual.


100) Which of the following are covered under the fundamental Rights in the Constitution of India?
1) Prohibition of forced labour
2) Prohibition of empoyment of children in factories
3) Freedom of conscience and free profession, practice and propagation of religion
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101) Consider the following statements related to Fundamental Right
1) Fundamental Right is a legal right which is protected by law, and is enforceable in the
Courts of law and guarded by the written Constitution.
2) The purpose of the Fundamental Right is to establish the rule of Law.
Which of these statements is/are correct?


102) Consider the following statements The Fundamental Rights under the Indian Constitution are fundamental because
1) They are protected and enforced by the Constitution
2) They can be suspended only in the manner prescribed by the constitution.
3) They are enforceable against the State.
4) They cannot be amended.
Which of these statements are correct?


103) Assertion (A) Fundamental Rights are both positive and negative.
Reason (R) Positive fundamental rights place limitations on the authority of the State, while negative
Fundamental rights confer certain privileges on the persons.


104) Who of the following can restrict or abrogate the application of Fundamental Rights to the armed forces and
various other agencies?


105) Considering the following explanations regarding Inter relation of Articles 14,19 and 21
1) In Maneka Gandhi vs Union of India case, the SC held that Article 19 has no application to laws
depriving a person of his life and personal liberty enacted under Article 21 of the constitution.
2) In Gopalan's case, the SC held that Article 21 does not exclude Article 19
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106) The doctrine of Double Jeopardy under Article (20) states that no one shall be prosecuted
and punished for the same offence more than once. With reference to respond to the following


107) Consider the following statements
1) The Article 21 of the constitution of India state that no person can be convicted for any offence except
for the violation of law in force at the time of the commission of the act charged as an offence.
2) The Article 20 of the Constitution of India state that no person shall be deprived of his life and personal
liberty except according to procedure established by law.
Which of these statements is/are incorrect?


108)
Which one of the following is a Human Right as well as a Fundamental Right under the Constitution of India?


109) Consider the following explanation regarding Article 20
1) Ex-port facto legislation provides that no person accused of any offence shall be compelled to be a witness
against himself
2) Protection against double jeopardy says that no person shall be prosecuted and punished for the same
offence more than once.
3) Prohibition against Self-incrimination imposes a limitation on the law making power of the legislature
Which of these statement(s) is/are correct ?


110) Point out which from the following is Not a right enumerated in the Constitution of India but has been
articulated by the Supreme Court to be a Fundamental Right?


111) Which amendment added Article 21A?


112) Who has the right under the Constitution to seek opinion of the Supreme Court on question of law?


113) In India Fundamental Duties was incorporated on the recommendations of ?


114) In which year Fundamental Duties of citizen were introduced by 42nd Amendment?


115) The fundamental Duties are mentioned in the following part of the Constitution of India


116) It shall be the duty of every citizen of India to protect and improve the natural environment. This statement refers to which of the following Articles of the Constitution of India?


117) Consider the following statements
1) There are eleven Fundamental Duties laid down in the Constitutional of India for every citizen of India.
2) There is no provision in the Constitution of India for direct enforcement of the fundamental Duties.
3) One of the fundamental duties of every citizen of India is to cast his/her vote in General or State
elections so as to maintain a vibrant democracy in India.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?


118) Under the constitution of India, which one of the following is not a Fundamental Duty?


119) Which of the following statements regarding the Fundamental Duties contained
in the Constitution of India are correct?
1) Fundamental Duties can be enforced through writ jurisdiction.
2) Fundamental Duties have formed a part of the Constitution of India since its adoption.
3) Fundamental Duties have become a part of the Constitution of India in accordance with
the recommendation of the Swaran Singh Committee.
4) Fundamental Duties are applicable Only to citizen of India.


120) Which one of the following is not Fundamental Duty?


121) Consider the following statements regarding Fundamental Duties
1) Fundamental Duties are not enforceable by mandamus or any other legal remedy.
2) Directives are addressed to the State while fundamental duties are address to the
citizen as well as the State.
Which of these statements is/are correct?


122) Assertion (a) Fundamental Duties are non justiciable i.e., citizen can not be forced to observe them.
Reason (R) Some of the fundamental duties are however part of enforceable law.


123) Which one of the following features of the India Federalism has been correctly listed?
1) It divides the powers between the centre and the States
2) It provides for an independent judiciary
3) It provides equal representation to the States in the Rajya Sabha
4) It has a written Constitution
Which of these statement(s) is/are correct?


124) Which one of these is/are Federal features of our constitution?
1) The union list contain 99 subjects over which the Parliament has exclusive control, while the State List
contains only 61 subjects over which State Legislatures have control.
2) The States in India do not enjoy the right to territorial integrity.
3) India follows the principle of uniforms and single citizenship
Which of these statement(s) is/are correct?


125) Assertion (A) Fundamental rights can be suspended during the operation of a National Emergency except
the rights guaranteed by Articles 20 and 21
Reason (R) Fundamental rights guaranteed under Article 19 can only be suspended when emergency is
declared on the grounds of war or external aggression not on the ground of armed rebellion.


126) The national emergency as Article 352 of the India Constitution provides, may be proclaimed
under which of the following circumstances:


127) Which of the following is correct?
1) The National Commission for women was set up as a statutory body in 1992.
2) Article 51A(f) of the Constitution provides that it will be duty of every citizen to
uphold dignity of women.
3) The child marriage Restraint (Amendment) 1978 has altered the marriageable age of bridegroom to
21 years and bride to 18 years.
4) Article 39(a) direct state to secure for men and women equally the right to adequate means of livelihood
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128) With refrence to the period of Colonial rule in India, 'Home Charges'
formed an important part of drain of wealth from India. Which of the
following funds constituted 'Home Charges'?
1) Funds used to support the India office in London
2) Funds used to pay salaries and pensions of British personal engaged
in India
3) Funds used for waging wars outside India by the British
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?


129) With reference to consumers' right/privileges under the provisions of law in India. Which of the following statements is/are correct?
1. Consumers are empowered to take samples for food testing.
2. When a consumer files a conplaint in any consumer forum, no fee is required to be paid.
3. In case of death of a consumer, his/her legal heir can file a complaint in the consumer forum on his/her behalf.
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130) The Fundamental Duties of citizens were added to the Constitution by


131) How many fundamental duties are prescribed in the Constitution of India under the Chapter of Fundamental Duties in present


132) Under which among the following articles the fundamental duties have been mentioned in the constitution of India?


133) It is the duty of every citizen of India


134) Which among the following is not one of the fundamental duties given in the Constitution of India?


135) Fundamental duties have been borrowed from-


136) It shall be the duty of every citizen of India to strive towards ……………. in all spheres of individual and collective activity so that the nation constantly rises to higher levels of endeavour and achievement. Fill in the blank with-


137) Fundamental Duties are mentioned at the end of –


138) Fundamental Right's is a charter of rights contained in –


139) Right to freedom as enshrined in the constitution of India includes freedom of-


140) Right to property was originally a fundamental right, but under which among the following right to property ceased to be a fundamental right?


141) The Fundamental Duties of citizens were added to the Constitution upon the recommendations of


142) The Fundamental Duties of citizens were added to the Constitution upon the recommendations of


143) As India is a country of many languages, religions, and cultures, the Constitution provides special measures to protect the rights of the minorities under


144) What is true about Fundamental Duties?
1. Non-justiciable in nature
2. present in the original constitution along with fundamental rights
3. Reminds people that while enjoying rights they have some duties to do
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145) The right against exploitation in the Constitution provides for the abolition of-


146) Consider the following statements -
a) Right to freedom of religion provides religious freedom to all citizens of India
b) The objective of this right is to sustain the principle of secularism in India
c) all religions are equal before the State and no religion shall be given preference over the other.
d) Citizens are free to preach, practice and propagate any religion of their choice
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147) With reference to constitution of India consider the following
1. Fundamental right
2. Fundamental duties
3. Directive principle of state policy
Which of the following provisions of the constitution of India is/are fulfilled by the national social assistance programme launched by the government of India?


148) Which of the following is not a fundamental right?


149) The Constitution (42nd Amendment) Act, 1976-
1. established beyond doubt the supremacy of Parliament over the other wings of Government
2. gave the Directive Principles precedence over the Fundamental Rights
3. enumerated for the first time a set of ten Fundamental Duties
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150) Which of the following statements is/are true about the provisions that were made in the Constitution (44th Amendment) Act, 1978?
1. The Act removes major distortions in the Constitution introduced during the Emergency
2. The duration of the Lok Sabha and State Legislative Assemblies has been reduced from six to five years
3. The Right to Property ceases to be a Fundamental Right and becomes only a legal right according to the Constitution 44th Amendment
4. any proclamation of Emergency need be issued by the President only after receiving the advice of the Cabinet as a whole in writing
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151) Which of the cases led to the recognition of the third gender in India ?


152) What is not true about Fundamental Rights?
1. Justiciable in nature
2. It promotes political democracy
3. absolute in nature
4. Parliament can amend them but not those provisions that form the “basic” structure of the constitution
5. can never be suspended
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153) Consider the following statements-
1. The Indian federation is not the result of an agreement among the states and the states have got no rights to secede from the federation.
2. India is the federation of a Union because it is indestructible
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154) Grants two powers to the Parliament namely:
1. The power to admit into the Union of India new states
2. The power to establish new states
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155) The Fundamental Duties are


156) Consider the following statements –
1. Right to equality is the principal foundation of all other rights and liberties.
2. Every person shall have equal access to public places like public parks, museums, wells, bathing ghats and temples
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157) The Rights have their origins in many sources, including
1. England's Bill of Rights
2. the United States Bill of Rights
3. France's Declaration of the Rights of Man
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158) By which of the following right against exploitation is recognized by the constitution ?


159) For the enforcement of the fundamental rights and ‘for other purposes ’the High Court has been empowered to issue writs of
1. habeas corpus
2. mandamus
3. prohibition certiorari
4. quo warranto
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160) With reference to adult franchise in Indian Constitution, consider the following-
Every citizen who is 18 years of age or more is entitled to cast his/her vote irrespective of his
1. caste
2. creed
3. sex
4. religion
5. place of birth
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