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Answer : 4
91st

Explanation :

Clause 1A was inserted in Article 164 of the Constitution (91st Amendment) Act, 2003, according to which, "The total number of Ministers, including the Chief Minister, in the Council of Ministers of a State should not exceed 15% of the total number of members of the State Assembly.

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Answer : 3
1928

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1. Simon Commission visited India a total of 2 times. For the first time, he came to India in February-March 1928, while for the second time, he came to India in October 1928. The Simon Commission submitted its report in May 1930 and the British Government published it on May 27, 1930.

2. Simon Commission had said in its report that the High Court in India should be kept under the Government of India. Furthermore, implementing accountable governance in the provinces should be initiated.

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Article 40 was made and it became part of the Directive Principles of State Policy of the Constitution. However, the necessary legislation to bring the Panchayats into effect was not made immediately. Recommended the establishment of a three-tier Panchayati Raj system in the nation.

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Article 129

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According to Article 129, the Supreme Court acts as a court of record, that is, records are officially published and decisions are given on their basis, considering them as precedents. The decision given by him cannot be challenged in any court. The Supreme Court also has the power to punish for defamation.

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Right to property

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Right to property is a legal right under Article 300A. It was made a legal right by 44th Constitutional Amendment act 1978.

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