Constitution of India - Quiz 15

1.       Which Article of the Constitution is related to the protection of certain rights regarding freedom of speech?
2.       Which Article states that “State shall try to promote cottage industries”?
3.       Which Article under Directive Principles of State Policy is related to prohibition of intoxicating drinks and drugs?
4.       Which Article was inserted by the 86th amendment of the Constitution to the list of Fundamental Rights?
5.       Which Articles is related to uniform civil code?
6.       Which enshrines the principles of a welfare state in India?
Directive Principles of State Policy
7.       Which part of the Constitution reflects some Gandhian ideals?
Directive Principles of State Policy
8.       Which part of the Constitution was criticized as ‘New year resolutions which were broken on the second January” by M Nasiruddin, one of the members of Constituent Assembly?
Directive Principles
9.       Who made the comment that Directive Principles of State Policy expresses Fabian Socialism without the word ‘Socialism’?
Ivor Jennings
10.    Who was the prime minister of India when Right to property was deleted from the list of Fundamental Rights?
Morarji Desai

11.    “Federal Court of India’ was set up for the first time under:
Govt of India Act, 1935
12.    ……...... refers to independence of the country in all its external and internal matters:
13.    “India, that is Bharat, shall be a union of States” occurs in which Article of Indian Constitution?
14.    Advocate General is appointed by:
15.    Anglo Indian representative in the Constituent Assembly:
Frank Antony
16.    Annual Financial statement is the other name of:
17.    As a non-member who can participate to the proceedings of either House of Parliament?
Attorney General
18.    Censure motion in Parliament should be supported by at least ...... members.
19.    Collegium for the appointment of Supreme Court Judges comprises the Chief Justice and ...... senior most judges.
20.    The number of members in the Privilege Committee of Parliament:

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