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How many members of the Anglo-Indian community can be nominated by the President of India to the Parliament?
What is Gandhi’s definition of Rama Raj?
Who can initiate impeachment of the President?
What can the President do if a State fails to comply with the Directives of the Central Government?
In which State of India, was a non-Congress government formed for the the first time?
The declaration of Constitutional Emergency in an Indian State has to be approved by the Parliament within a period of
The number of subjects in the Union List of the Indian Constitution is
How many members of the Rajya Sabha retire from the house every 2 years?
Evaluate the following statements
1. The President of India can be impeached by the Indian Parliament.
2. The President of India can be removed by the Indian Parliament only with the approval of the Chief Justice of India.
Which one of the following fundamental rights is avail Indian citizens only?
The Constitution of India contains
The Attorney General of India has the right to audience in
How many times was the term of the Lok Sabha extended upto 6 years?
Where did the practice of “Shadow Cabinet” originate?
Which of the following Articles of the Constitution deals with the Fundamental Duties?
In which case did the Supreme Court restore the primacy of the Fundamental Rights over the Directive Principles of State Policy?
Which of the following is not the essential qualification for appointment as a Judge of the Supreme Court of India?
Which was described by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar as the ‘heart and soul’ of the Constitution?
Which is not the concern of the local government?
In India, the concept of single citizenship is adopted from
Who had proposed partyless democracy in India?
What is the maximum strength prescribed for State Legislative Assemblies?
If the Anglo-Indian community does not get adequate representation in the Lok Sabha, two members of the community can be nominated by the
For the election of President of India, a citizen should have completed the age of
A member of Parliament will lose his membership of Parliament if he is continuously absent from sessions for
In India the Residuary Powers are vested with
Judicial review in the Indian Constitution is based on :
Which innovative discussion process is introduced by the Indian parliament to the World Parliamentary systems?
The judges of the Supreme Court retire at the age of:
The method of Impeachment of the President of India is adopted from
In the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution of India, which languages were added subsequently?
The three-tier Panchayat Raj system in India was proposed by the –
Under which Article of the Constitution is the President’s Rule introduced in a State due to the failure of the constitutional machinery?
The Preamble to our Constitution makes no mention of
Which one of the following is the popularly elected House of the Indian Parliament?
Which part of the Constitution deals with the Directive Principles of State Policy?
The methods of democratic socialism are
Who appoints the Finance Commission?
Who was the Chairman of the Constituent Assembly?
Which one of the following methods is used to ascertain the public opinion on important legislation?
Fundamental Duties were added to the Constitution by
The final authority to interpret our Constitution is the
Compared with Society, the scope of State activity is
The Parliament can legislate on subjects given in the Union List only in consultation with the State Government for the State of :
The States in India are demanding greater autonomy from the centre in the field.
Who of the following has not been an interlocutor on Jammu and Kashmir?
Who is the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of armed forces of the country?
The National Development Council includes :
A Secular State is one which :
A Presidential Ordinance can remain in force