Articles Of Indian Constitution

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  • 1. 

     "Right to equality" is emerges under article ?

    • A.

      Article 14-18

    • B.

      Article 19-22

    • C.

      Article 23-24

    • D.

      Article 25-28

    Correct Answer
    A. Article 14-18
    Explanation
    The right to equality emerges under Article 14-18. These articles guarantee the right to equality before the law, equal protection of the law, prohibition of discrimination on various grounds such as religion, race, caste, sex, etc., and equality of opportunity in matters of public employment. These articles ensure that all individuals are treated equally and have equal access to justice and opportunities, regardless of their background or characteristics.

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  • 2. 

    Supreme Court under ---- and High Court under ---- can issue the writs of habeas corps , mandamus , prohibition  ,certiorari ,and quo-warranto .

    • A.

      Article 30 , article 232

    • B.

      Article 36 , article 248

    • C.

      Article 32 , article 226

    • D.

      Article 34 , article 236

    Correct Answer
    C. Article 32 , article 226
    Explanation
    The correct answer is article 32, article 226. Article 32 of the Indian Constitution grants the right to constitutional remedies, which includes the power of the Supreme Court to issue writs for the enforcement of fundamental rights. Article 226 empowers the High Courts to issue writs for the enforcement of fundamental rights as well as for any other purpose. Therefore, both the Supreme Court and the High Court have the authority to issue writs of habeas corpus, mandamus, prohibition, certiorari, and quo-warranto.

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  • 3. 

    The parliament under --- can amend any part of constitution including the Fundamental Rights but without affecting the 'basic structure ' of the Constitution .

    • A.

      Article 368

    • B.

      Article 356

    • C.

      Article 336

    • D.

      Article 226

    Correct Answer
    A. Article 368
    Explanation
    Article 368 of the Constitution of India grants the Parliament the power to amend any part of the constitution, including the Fundamental Rights. However, this power is limited as it cannot be used to alter or destroy the basic structure of the Constitution. The basic structure doctrine, established by the Supreme Court of India, ensures the preservation of certain fundamental principles and features of the Constitution, such as the supremacy of the Constitution, separation of powers, federalism, and judicial review. Therefore, Article 368 allows for amendments but protects the core principles of the Constitution.

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  • 4. 

    ---  says only that Prime Minister shall be appointed by the President .

    • A.

      Article 75

    • B.

      Article 78

    • C.

      Article 76

    • D.

      Article 74

    Correct Answer
    A. Article 75
    Explanation
    Article 75 of the Constitution states that the Prime Minister shall be appointed by the President. This means that the President has the authority to select and appoint the Prime Minister of the country. The article does not provide any further details or specifications regarding the process or criteria for the appointment.

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  • 5. 

    Under --- , the President  can declare a national emergency when the security of India or a part of it is threatened by war or external aggression or armed rebellion .

    • A.

      Article 356

    • B.

      Article 352

    • C.

      Article 368

    • D.

      Article 360

    Correct Answer
    B. Article 352
    Explanation
    Article 352 of the Indian Constitution grants the President the power to declare a national emergency when the security of India or any part of it is threatened by war, external aggression, or armed rebellion. This article allows the President to take necessary measures to address the emergency situation and suspend some fundamental rights of citizens during the emergency period. It empowers the President to exercise executive authority and make decisions to safeguard the country's security and stability in times of crisis.

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