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Q: How many Fundamental Duties are in the Indian Constitution? 549 05b5cc7f4e4d2b41977751fca
Answer : 2. "Eleven"
Answer: B) Eleven Explanation: List of fundamental duties of the citizens of India in Article 51A of the Indian Constitution : 1. to abide by the constitution and respect its ideal and institutions; 2. to cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired our national struggle for freedom; 3. to uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India; 4. to defend the country and render national service when called upon to do so; 5. to promote harmony and the spirit of common brotherhood amongst all the people of India transcending religious, linguistic and regional diversities, to renounce practices derogatory to the dignity of women; 6. to value and preserve the rich heritage of our composite culture; 7. to protect and improve the natural environment including forests, lakes, rivers, and wild-life and to have compassion for living creatures; 8. to develop the scientific temper, humanism and the spirit of inquiry and reform; 9. to safeguard public property and to abjure violence; 10. to strive towards excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity 11. who is a parent or guardian , to provide opportunities for education to his child, or as the case may be, ward between the age of six and fourteen years.
Q: The first Law Officer of the Government of India is the 192 05b5cc78fe4d2b4197775039e
- 1Union Law MinisterfalseCorrectIncorrect
- 2Secreatary, Ministry of LawfalseCorrectIncorrect
- 3Attorney-General for IndiatrueCorrectIncorrect
- 4Chief Justice of the Supreme CourtfalseCorrectIncorrect
Answer : 3. "Attorney-General for India"
Answer: C) Attorney-General for India Explanation: Attorney-General for India is the first Law Officer of the Government of India. He is is the Indian government's chief legal advisor, and its primary lawyer in the Supreme Court of India. The Solicitor General of India is below the Attorney General for India, who is the secondary law officer of the country, assists the Attorney General, and is himself assisted by several Additional Solicitors General of India.
Q: In which year was the Supreme Court of India established? 159 05b5cc78fe4d2b419777503a3
Answer : 3. "1950"
Answer: C) 1950 Explanation: The Supreme Court of India was established in the year 1950.
Q: Which is the second largest judicial complex in the world ? 214 05b5cc6fbe4d2b4197774f090
- 1Madras HighcourttrueCorrectIncorrect
- 2Gauhati HighcourtfalseCorrectIncorrect
- 3Delhi HighcourtfalseCorrectIncorrect
- 4Mumbai HighcourtfalseCorrectIncorrect
Answer : 1. "Madras Highcourt"
Answer: A) Madras Highcourt Explanation:
Q: Who of the following threw a bomb in the Central Legislative Assembly along with Bhagat Singh ? 173 05b5cc6f1e4d2b4197774ef39
- 1B.K. DutttrueCorrectIncorrect
- 3Jatin DasfalseCorrectIncorrect
Answer : 1. "B.K. Dutt"
Answer: A) B.K. Dutt Explanation: Bhagat Singh and B.K. Dutt threw bombs in the Legislative Assembly as a protest against "Passage of public Safety bill".
Q: The speaker of the Lok Sabha can ask a member of the house to stop speaking and let another member speak. This phenomenon is known as : 156 05b5cc6e3e4d2b4197774ecca
- 1Yielding the floortrueCorrectIncorrect
- 2Crossing the floorfalseCorrectIncorrect
- 3Calling Attention MotionfalseCorrectIncorrect
- 4Point of OrderfalseCorrectIncorrect
Answer : 1. "Yielding the floor"
Answer: A) Yielding the floor Explanation: Yielding the floor : The speaker of the Lok sabha can ask a member of the house to stop speaking and let another member speak. Crossing the floor: Passing between the member addressing the House and the Chair which is considered breach of Parliamentary etiquette. Point of Order: A Member of Parliament may raise a point of order if he feels that the proceedings of' the House do not follow the normal rules. The presiding officer decides whether the point of order raised by the member should be allowed. Calling Attention Motion: With the prior permission of the Speaker, any member of the Parliament may call the attention of a Minister to a matter of urgent public importance. The Minister may make a brief statement about the matter or he may ask for time to make a statement later.