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QUESTION: 1

Centre has issued an order that government jobs will be reserved only for domiciles of J&K. The order says anyone ”who has resided for a period of 15 years in the UT of J&K or has studied for a period of seven years and appeared in Class 10th /12th examination in an educational institution located in the UT of J&K or who is registered as a migrant by the Relief and Rehabilitation Commissioner (Migrants) shall be deemed to be domicile.”The two revoked provisions of the Constitution let the J&K Legislature decide the ”permanent residents”, prohibiting a non-J&K resident from buying property there and ensuring job reservation for its residents. The provisions shall apply to reservation for domiciles in ”all the Gazetted and non-Gazetted posts, Class IV posts” of the Government. ”Children of Central Govt. officials, All India Services, PSUs, autonomous body of Centre, Public Sector Banks, officials of statutory bodies, Central Universities, recognised research institutes of Centre who have served in J&K for a total period of 10 years” will be domiciled.

Q. Article 35A was added to the Indian constitution by which of the following?

Solution:
QUESTION: 2

Centre has issued an order that government jobs will be reserved only for domiciles of J&K. The order says anyone ”who has resided for a period of 15 years in the UT of J&K or has studied for a period of seven years and appeared in Class 10th /12th examination in an educational institution located in the UT of J&K or who is registered as a migrant by the Relief and Rehabilitation Commissioner (Migrants) shall be deemed to be domicile.”The two revoked provisions of the Constitution let the J&K Legislature decide the ”permanent residents”, prohibiting a non-J&K resident from buying property there and ensuring job reservation for its residents. The provisions shall apply to reservation for domiciles in ”all the Gazetted and non-Gazetted posts, Class IV posts” of the Government. ”Children of Central Govt. officials, All India Services, PSUs, autonomous body of Centre, Public Sector Banks, officials of statutory bodies, Central Universities, recognised research institutes of Centre who have served in J&K for a total period of 10 years” will be domiciled.

Q. Choose the correct statement related to the recent bifurcation of the state of J & K?
(1). J & K will now be a separate union territory with a legislature.
(2) Ladakh will now be a separate union territory without legislature

Solution:


 

QUESTION: 3

Centre has issued an order that government jobs will be reserved only for domiciles of J&K. The order says anyone ”who has resided for a period of 15 years in the UT of J&K or has studied for a period of seven years and appeared in Class 10th /12th examination in an educational institution located in the UT of J&K or who is registered as a migrant by the Relief and Rehabilitation Commissioner (Migrants) shall be deemed to be domicile.”The two revoked provisions of the Constitution let the J&K Legislature decide the ”permanent residents”, prohibiting a non-J&K resident from buying property there and ensuring job reservation for its residents. The provisions shall apply to reservation for domiciles in ”all the Gazetted and non-Gazetted posts, Class IV posts” of the Government. ”Children of Central Govt. officials, All India Services, PSUs, autonomous body of Centre, Public Sector Banks, officials of statutory bodies, Central Universities, recognised research institutes of Centre who have served in J&K for a total period of 10 years” will be domiciled.

Q. Who was the first Chief Minister of J & K?

Solution:

The Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir was the head of government of erstwhile Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir before it's reorganization into a Union Territory. The post was established after the 6th amendment to the state's constitution (effective 6
th June 1965) abolished the title of  Wazir-e-Azam also called Prime Minister of Jammu and Kashmir. Subsequently, the ruling prime minister,  Ghulam Mohammed Sadiq was sworn in as the first Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir.

QUESTION: 4

Centre has issued an order that government jobs will be reserved only for domiciles of J&K. The order says anyone ”who has resided for a period of 15 years in the UT of J&K or has studied for a period of seven years and appeared in Class 10th /12th examination in an educational institution located in the UT of J&K or who is registered as a migrant by the Relief and Rehabilitation Commissioner (Migrants) shall be deemed to be domicile.”The two revoked provisions of the Constitution let the J&K Legislature decide the ”permanent residents”, prohibiting a non-J&K resident from buying property there and ensuring job reservation for its residents. The provisions shall apply to reservation for domiciles in ”all the Gazetted and non-Gazetted posts, Class IV posts” of the Government. ”Children of Central Govt. officials, All India Services, PSUs, autonomous body of Centre, Public Sector Banks, officials of statutory bodies, Central Universities, recognised research institutes of Centre who have served in J&K for a total period of 10 years” will be domiciled.

Q. Article 370 was part of which part of the Indian Constitution?

Solution:
QUESTION: 5

Centre has issued an order that government jobs will be reserved only for domiciles of J&K. The order says anyone ”who has resided for a period of 15 years in the UT of J&K or has studied for a period of seven years and appeared in Class 10th /12th examination in an educational institution located in the UT of J&K or who is registered as a migrant by the Relief and Rehabilitation Commissioner (Migrants) shall be deemed to be domicile.”The two revoked provisions of the Constitution let the J&K Legislature decide the ”permanent residents”, prohibiting a non-J&K resident from buying property there and ensuring job reservation for its residents. The provisions shall apply to reservation for domiciles in ”all the Gazetted and non-Gazetted posts, Class IV posts” of the Government. ”Children of Central Govt. officials, All India Services, PSUs, autonomous body of Centre, Public Sector Banks, officials of statutory bodies, Central Universities, recognised research institutes of Centre who have served in J&K for a total period of 10 years” will be domiciled.

Q. Who was the ruler of Jammu & Kashmir who signed Instrument of Accession?

Solution:
QUESTION: 6

Many members of the Rajya Sabha have consented to contribute from their Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) funds to the common central pool to fight COVID-19.
Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu had asked the MPs to contribute at least ₹ 1 crore each from their MPLAD funds. The suspension of the Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) for two years to boost the funding available for the COVID-19 fight is a step in the right direction. It may appear at first blush that the decision may undermine the decentralised manner of funding local area development. However, past experience has been that some members do not utilise their full entitlement and that there is a gap between recommendation made by members and implementation by the administration under this scheme. The immediate benefit now is the freeing up of about ₹ 7,900 crores over a two-year period so that it can be spent on boosting the health infrastructure needed to combat the pandemic. This is the second announcement regarding MPLADS that the Centre has made after the disease outbreak. Last month, it allowed utilisation of MPLADS funds to the extent of at least ₹ 5lakh by each MP to purchase medical equipment for government hospitals in their constituencies. Many members made immediate use of the one-time dispensation to recommend the procurement of N95 masks, personal protective equipment, and ventilators.
Now that the entire scheme has been suspended, the government should ensure that recommendations already made are acted upon immediately. While the transfer of these sums to the Consolidated Fund of India would help judicious deployment anywhere in the country, based on an assessment of the varying needs in different regions, it would redound to the government‘s credit if the genuine efforts made by members to help their constituents are not frustrated. It should also see to it that allocations are non-discriminatory.

Q. MPLADS (Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme) was launched on which of the following dates?

Solution:

Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme is a scheme formulated by Government of India on 23 December 1993 that enables the members of parliaments to recommend developmental work in their constituencies with an emphasis on creating durable community assets based on locally felt needs.Hence correct option is B, not C.

QUESTION: 7

Many members of the Rajya Sabha have consented to contribute from their Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) funds to the common central pool to fight COVID-19.
Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu had asked the MPs to contribute at least ₹ 1 crore each from their MPLAD funds. The suspension of the Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) for two years to boost the funding available for the COVID-19 fight is a step in the right direction. It may appear at first blush that the decision may undermine the decentralised manner of funding local area development. However, past experience has been that some members do not utilise their full entitlement and that there is a gap between recommendation made by members and implementation by the administration under this scheme. The immediate benefit now is the freeing up of about ₹ 7,900 crores over a two-year period so that it can be spent on boosting the health infrastructure needed to combat the pandemic. This is the second announcement regarding MPLADS that the Centre has made after the disease outbreak. Last month, it allowed utilisation of MPLADS funds to the extent of at least ₹ 5lakh by each MP to purchase medical equipment for government hospitals in their constituencies. Many members made immediate use of the one-time dispensation to recommend the procurement of N95 masks, personal protective equipment, and ventilators.
Now that the entire scheme has been suspended, the government should ensure that recommendations already made are acted upon immediately. While the transfer of these sums to the Consolidated Fund of India would help judicious deployment anywhere in the country, based on an assessment of the varying needs in different regions, it would redound to the government‘s credit if the genuine efforts made by members to help their constituents are not frustrated. It should also see to it that allocations are non-discriminatory.

Q. What percentage of MPLADS annual funds must be utilized on the area inhabited by Scheduled Castes, &Scheduld  tribe?

Solution:
QUESTION: 8

Many members of the Rajya Sabha have consented to contribute from their Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) funds to the common central pool to fight COVID-19.
Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu had asked the MPs to contribute at least ₹ 1 crore each from their MPLAD funds. The suspension of the Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) for two years to boost the funding available for the COVID-19 fight is a step in the right direction. It may appear at first blush that the decision may undermine the decentralised manner of funding local area development. However, past experience has been that some members do not utilise their full entitlement and that there is a gap between recommendation made by members and implementation by the administration under this scheme. The immediate benefit now is the freeing up of about ₹ 7,900 crores over a two-year period so that it can be spent on boosting the health infrastructure needed to combat the pandemic. This is the second announcement regarding MPLADS that the Centre has made after the disease outbreak. Last month, it allowed utilisation of MPLADS funds to the extent of at least ₹ 5lakh by each MP to purchase medical equipment for government hospitals in their constituencies. Many members made immediate use of the one-time dispensation to recommend the procurement of N95 masks, personal protective equipment, and ventilators.
Now that the entire scheme has been suspended, the government should ensure that recommendations already made are acted upon immediately. While the transfer of these sums to the Consolidated Fund of India would help judicious deployment anywhere in the country, based on an assessment of the varying needs in different regions, it would redound to the government‘s credit if the genuine efforts made by members to help their constituents are not frustrated. It should also see to it that allocations are non-discriminatory.

Q. Who is responsible for the overall execution of the projects under the MPLAD scheme?

Solution:
QUESTION: 9

Many members of the Rajya Sabha have consented to contribute from their Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) funds to the common central pool to fight COVID-19.
Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu had asked the MPs to contribute at least ₹ 1 crore each from their MPLAD funds. The suspension of the Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) for two years to boost the funding available for the COVID-19 fight is a step in the right direction. It may appear at first blush that the decision may undermine the decentralised manner of funding local area development. However, past experience has been that some members do not utilise their full entitlement and that there is a gap between recommendation made by members and implementation by the administration under this scheme. The immediate benefit now is the freeing up of about ₹ 7,900 crores over a two-year period so that it can be spent on boosting the health infrastructure needed to combat the pandemic. This is the second announcement regarding MPLADS that the Centre has made after the disease outbreak. Last month, it allowed utilisation of MPLADS funds to the extent of at least ₹ 5lakh by each MP to purchase medical equipment for government hospitals in their constituencies. Many members made immediate use of the one-time dispensation to recommend the procurement of N95 masks, personal protective equipment, and ventilators.
Now that the entire scheme has been suspended, the government should ensure that recommendations already made are acted upon immediately. While the transfer of these sums to the Consolidated Fund of India would help judicious deployment anywhere in the country, based on an assessment of the varying needs in different regions, it would redound to the government‘s credit if the genuine efforts made by members to help their constituents are not frustrated. It should also see to it that allocations are non-discriminatory.

Q. Where can elected Members of RajyaSabha recommend developmental works under MPLAD scheme?

Solution:
QUESTION: 10

Many members of the Rajya Sabha have consented to contribute from their Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) funds to the common central pool to fight COVID-19.
Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu had asked the MPs to contribute at least ₹ 1 crore each from their MPLAD funds. The suspension of the Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) for two years to boost the funding available for the COVID-19 fight is a step in the right direction. It may appear at first blush that the decision may undermine the decentralised manner of funding local area development. However, past experience has been that some members do not utilise their full entitlement and that there is a gap between recommendation made by members and implementation by the administration under this scheme. The immediate benefit now is the freeing up of about ₹ 7,900 crores over a two-year period so that it can be spent on boosting the health infrastructure needed to combat the pandemic. This is the second announcement regarding MPLADS that the Centre has made after the disease outbreak. Last month, it allowed utilisation of MPLADS funds to the extent of at least ₹ 5lakh by each MP to purchase medical equipment for government hospitals in their constituencies. Many members made immediate use of the one-time dispensation to recommend the procurement of N95 masks, personal protective equipment, and ventilators.
Now that the entire scheme has been suspended, the government should ensure that recommendations already made are acted upon immediately. While the transfer of these sums to the Consolidated Fund of India would help judicious deployment anywhere in the country, based on an assessment of the varying needs in different regions, it would redound to the government‘s credit if the genuine efforts made by members to help their constituents are not frustrated. It should also see to it that allocations are non-discriminatory.

Q. Where can nominated M.P recommend developmental Works under the MPLAD scheme?

Solution:
QUESTION: 11

The U.N. Security Council unanimously adopted four resolutions with its 15 members voting by email for the first time because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Members voted to keep troops in Sudan‘s restive Darfur region until the end of May and maintain the U.N. political mission in Somalia until June 30. The UN Security Council is likely to meet for the first time by ”next week or before” to discuss the coronavirus pandemic that has killed over 42,000 people globally, according to Dominican Republic Ambassador Jose Singer, the current president of the world body‘s top organ. The Dominican Republic assumed the rotating presidency of the powerful 15-nation council for the month of April, taking the baton from China, a permanent and veto-wielding member.

Q. What is the total number of members represented in the United Nations General Assembly?

Solution:
QUESTION: 12

The U.N. Security Council unanimously adopted four resolutions with its 15 members voting by email for the first time because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Members voted to keep troops in Sudan‘s restive Darfur region until the end of May and maintain the U.N. political mission in Somalia until June 30. The UN Security Council is likely to meet for the first time by ”next week or before” to discuss the coronavirus pandemic that has killed over 42,000 people globally, according to Dominican Republic Ambassador Jose Singer, the current president of the world body‘s top organ. The Dominican Republic assumed the rotating presidency of the powerful 15-nation council for the month of April, taking the baton from China, a permanent and veto welding member.

Q. UNGA president serve the office for how much time?

Solution:
QUESTION: 13

The U.N. Security Council unanimously adopted four resolutions with its 15 members voting by email for the first time because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Members voted to keep troops in Sudan‘s restive Darfur region until the end of May and maintain the U.N. political mission in Somalia until June 30. The UN Security Council is likely to meet for the first time by ”next week or before” to discuss the coronavirus pandemic that has killed over 42,000 people globally, according to Dominican Republic Ambassador Jose Singer, the current president of the world body‘s top organ. The Dominican Republic assumed the rotating presidency of the powerful 15-nation council for the month of April, taking the baton from China, a permanent and veto-wielding member.

Q. The number of permanent members of the UN Security Council is?

Solution:
QUESTION: 14

The U.N. Security Council unanimously adopted four resolutions with its 15 members voting by email for the first time because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Members voted to keep troops in Sudan‘s restive Darfur region until the end of May and maintain the U.N. political mission in Somalia until June 30. The UN Security Council is likely to meet for the first time by ”next week or before” to discuss the coronavirus pandemic that has killed over 42,000 people globally, according to Dominican Republic Ambassador Jose Singer, the current president of the world body‘s top organ. The Dominican Republic assumed the rotating presidency of the powerful 15-nation council for the month of April, taking the baton from China, a permanent and veto-welding member.

Q. The number of non-permanent members of the UN security council is?

Solution:
QUESTION: 15

The U.N. Security Council unanimously adopted four resolutions with its 15members voting by email for the first time because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Members voted to keep troops in Sudan‘s restive Darfur region until the end of May and maintain the U.N. political mission in Somalia until June 30. The UN Security Council is likely to meet for the first time by ”next week or before” to discuss the coronavirus pandemic that has killed over 42,000 people globally, according to Dominican Republic Ambassador Jose Singer, the current president of the world body‘s top organ. The Dominican Republic assumed the rotating presidency of the powerful 15-nation council for the month of April, taking the baton from China, a permanent and veto-wielding member.

Q. Which of the following is not a permanent member of the UN Security Council?

Solution:
QUESTION: 16

The U.N. Security Council unanimously adopted four resolutions with its 15 members voting by email for the first time because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Members voted to keep troops in Sudan‘s restive Darfur region until the end of May and maintain the U.N. political mission in Somalia until June 30. The UN Security Council is likely to meet for the first time by ”next week or before” to discuss the coronavirus pandemic that has killed over 42,000 people globally, according to Dominican Republic Ambassador Jose Singer, the current president of the world body‘s top organ. The Dominican Republic assumed the rotating presidency of the powerful 15-nation council for the month of April, taking the baton from China, a permanent and veto-wielding member.

Q. Who is the current president of UNGA?

Solution:

The President presides over the sessions of the General Assembly. Tijjani Muhammad-Bande of Nigeria is the current President of the United Nations General Assembly for the 74th session, office which started in September 2019.

QUESTION: 17

The U.N. Security Council unanimously adopted four resolutions with its 15members voting by email for the first time because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Members voted to keep troops in Sudan‘s restive Darfur region until the end of May and maintain the U.N. political mission in Somalia until June 30. The UN Security Council is likely to meet for the first time by ”next week or before” to discuss the coronavirus pandemic that has killed over 42,000 people globally, according to Dominican Republic Ambassador Jose Singer, the current president of the world body‘s top organ. The Dominican Republic assumed the rotating presidency of the powerful 15-nation council for the month of April, taking the baton from China, a permanent and veto-wielding member.

Q. Which of the following are official languages of the UN?

Solution:
QUESTION: 18

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) is a ..........(1).........body of the Government of India responsible for enforcing the Competition Act, 2002 has received a request for the merger of a company following green channel combination route. Competition Commission of India aims to establish a robust competitive environment and was formed on recommendations of ....(2)..... Committee Through proactive engagement with all stakeholders, including consumers, industry, government, and international jurisdictions. By being a knowledge-intensive organization with high competence level. Through professionalism, transparency, resolve, and wisdom in enforcement. The CCI characterizes the ’green channel ‘ as an automatic system of approval for Combinations wherein the Combination is deemed to be approved upon filing the notice in the format prescribed.

Q. Which of the following will replace .....(2).......in the paragraph?

Solution:
QUESTION: 19

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) is a ..........(1).........body of the Government of India responsible for enforcing the Competition Act, 2002 has received a request for the merger of a company following green channel combination route. Competition Commission of India aims to establish a robust competitive environment and was formed on recommendations of ....(2)..... Committee Through proactive engagement with all stakeholders, including consumers, industry, government, and international jurisdictions. By being a knowledge-intensive organisation with high competence level. Through professionalism, transparency, resolve, and wisdom in enforcement. The CCI characterises the ’green channel ‘ as an automatic system of approval for Combinations wherein the Combination is deemed to be approved upon filing the notice in the format prescribed.

Q. Competition Commission of India has 1 chairman and how many members?

Solution:
QUESTION: 20

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) is a ..........(1).........body of the Government of India responsible for enforcing the Competition Act, 2002 has received a request for the merger of a company following green channel combination route. Competition Commission of India aims to establish a robust competitive environment and was formed on recommendations of ....(2)..... Committee Through proactive engagement with all stakeholders, including consumers, industry, government, and international jurisdictions. By being a knowledge-intensive organization with high competence level. Through professionalism, transparency, resolve, and wisdom in enforcement. The CCI characterizes the ’green channel ‘ as an automatic system of approval for Combinations wherein the Combination is deemed to be approved upon filing the notice in the format prescribed.

Q. Which of the following will replace .....(1)....... in the paragraph?

Solution:
QUESTION: 21

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) is a ..........(1).........body of the Government of India responsible for enforcing the Competition Act, 2002 has received a request for the merger of a company following green channel combination route. Competition Commission of India aims to establish a robust competitive environment and was formed on recommendations of ....(2)..... Committee Through proactive engagement with all stakeholders, including consumers, industry, government, and international jurisdictions. By being a knowledge-intensive organization with high competence level. Through professionalism, transparency, resolve, and wisdom in enforcement. The CCI characterizes the ’green channel ‘ as an automatic system of approval for Combinations wherein the Combination is deemed to be approved upon filing the notice in the format prescribed.

Q. Who is the current Chairman of the Competition Commission of India?

Solution:
QUESTION: 22

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) is a ..........(1).........body of the Government of India responsible for enforcing the Competition Act, 2002 has received a request for the merger of a company following green channel combination route. Competition Commission of India aims to establish a robust competitive environment and was formed on recommendations of ....(2)..... Committee Through proactive engagement with all stakeholders, including consumers, industry, government, and international jurisdictions. By being a knowledge-intensive organization with high competence level. Through professionalism, transparency, resolve, and wisdom in enforcement. The CCI characterizes the ’green channel ‘ as an automatic system of approval for Combinations wherein the Combination is deemed to be approved upon filing the notice in the format prescribed.

Q. Appeals from orders given by CCI are heard by which of the following bodies?

Solution:
QUESTION: 23

The global chemical weapons watchdog, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has for the first time explicitly blamed ......(1).....for chemical attacks. President Bashar al-Assad‘s air force used the nerve gas sarin and chlorine three times in 2017. The findings came in the first report from a new investigative team set up by the OPCW to identify the perpetrators of attacks in Syria‘s ongoing nine-year-long civil war. The OPCW which has its headquarters in  .......(2).......has the power to say whether chemical weapons were used in an attack it has investigated. In June 2018, it granted itself new powers to assign blame for attacks. It promotes and verifies the adherence to the Chemical Weapons Convention, which prohibits the use of chemical weapons and requires their destruction.

Q. Which of the following is correct choice for .....(2)..... in the paragraph?

Solution:
QUESTION: 24

The global chemical weapons watchdog, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has for the first time explicitly blamed ......(1).....for chemical attacks. President Bashar al-Assad‘s air force used the nerve gas sarin and chlorine three times in 2017. The findings came in the first report from a new investigative team set up by the OPCW to identify the perpetrators of attacks in Syria‘s ongoing nine-year-long civil war. The OPCW which has its headquarters in  .......(2).......has the power to say whether chemical weapons were used in an attack it has investigated. In June 2018, it granted itself new powers to assign blame for attacks. It promotes and verifies the adherence to the Chemical Weapons Convention, which prohibits the use of chemical weapons and requires their destruction.

Q. Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) for the first time has explicitly blamed country which will fill up the ......(1)........is?

Solution:
QUESTION: 25

The global chemical weapons watchdog, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has for the first time explicitly blamed ......(1).....for chemical attacks. President Bashar al-Assad‘s air force used the nerve gas sarin and chlorine three times in 2017. The findings came in the first report from a new investigative team set up by the OPCW to identify the perpetrators of attacks in Syria‘s ongoing nine-year-long civil war. The OPCW which has its headquarters in  .......(2).......has the power to say whether chemical weapons were used in an attack it has investigated. In June 2018, it granted itself new powers to assign blame for attacks. It promotes and verifies the adherence to the Chemical Weapons Convention, which prohibits the use of chemical weapons and requires their destruction.

Q. OPCW was given which of the following prestigious prize for its extensive efforts to eliminate Chemical weapons in 2013?

Solution:
QUESTION: 26

The National Family Health Survey (NFHS) data show that 24% of women faced domestic violence in 2015-16 not seeing any reduction since 2005-06. Compared to the survey results, the actual reports of domestic violence to the police are negligible at 58.8/ one lakh women. The disparity between the crimes reported in a survey and registered with the police highlights how women are unlikely to seek help. The more telling statistic from the NFHS data is perhaps that 52% of the surveyed women and 42% of the surveyed men think there is at least one valid reason for wife beating. This attitude highlights how ingrained and normalized the idea is such that an abused woman should not expect support from others. The NFHS data also highlights how the proportion of women reporting violence is increasing among families with lower wealth.
The lockdown due to the pandemic is leading to a substantial negative income shock for everyone. In our interviews with unorganized sector workers, we often heard that women suffered domestic violence coupled with the husband‘s alcoholism. The NFHS data also show a high correlation between alcohol intake and domestic violence. Keeping in mind that access to alcohol may be limited in these times, frustration could also lead to abuse. India's National Commission for Women (NCW) said it registered 587 domestic violence complaints between March 23 and April 16 - a significant surge from396 complaints received in the previous 25 days between February 27 and March 22. One in six new complaints of domestic violence was made over a relaunched WhatsApp number.

Q. Which of the following Act specifically deals with cases talked about in the above paragraph?

Solution:
QUESTION: 27

The National Family Health Survey (NFHS) data show that 24% of women faced domestic violence in 2015-16 not seeing any reduction since 2005-06. Compared to the survey results, the actual reports of domestic violence to the police are negligible at 58.8/ one lakh women. The disparity between the crimes reported in a survey and registered with the police highlights how women are unlikely to seek help. The more telling statistic from the NFHS data is perhaps that 52% of the surveyed women and 42% of the surveyed men think there is at least one valid reason for wifebeating. This attitude highlights how ingrained and normalised the idea is such that an abused woman should not expect support from others. The NFHS data also highlight how the proportion of women reporting violence is increasing among families with lower wealth.
The lockdown due to the pandemic is leading to a substantial negative income shock for everyone. In our interviews with unorganised sector workers, we often heard that women suffered domestic violence coupled with the husband‘s alcoholism. The NFHS data also show a high correlation between alcohol intake and domestic violence. Keeping in mind that access to alcohol may be limited in these times, frustration could also lead to abuse. India's National Commission for Women (NCW) said it registered 587 domestic violence complaints between March 23 and April 16 - a significant surge from 396 complaints received in the previous 25 days between February 27 and March 22. One in six new complaints of domestic violence was made over a relaunched WhatsApp number.

Q. National Commission for women was established in which of the following year?

Solution:
QUESTION: 28

The National Family Health Survey (NFHS) data show that 24% of women faced domestic violence in 2015-16 not seeing any reduction since 2005-06. Compared to the survey results, the actual reports of domestic violence to the police are negligible at 58.8/ one lakh women. The disparity between the crimes reported in a survey and registered with the police highlights how women are unlikely to seek help. The more telling statistic from the NFHS data is perhaps that 52% of the surveyed women and 42% of the surveyed men think there is at least one valid reason for wife beating. This attitude highlights how ingrained and normalized the idea is such that an abused woman should not expect support from others. The NFHS data also highlights how the proportion of women reporting violence is increasing among families with lower wealth.
The lockdown due to the pandemic is leading to a substantial negative income shock for everyone. In our interviews with unorganised sector workers, we often heard that women suffered domestic violence coupled with the husband‘s alcoholism. The NFHS data also show a high correlation between alcohol intake and domestic violence. Keeping in mind that access to alcohol may be limited in these times, frustration could also lead to abuse. India's National Commission for Women (NCW) said it registered 587 domestic violence complaints between March 23 and April 16 - a significant surge from 396 complaints received in the previous 25 days between February 27 and March 22. One in six new complaints of domestic violence was made over a relaunched WhatsApp number.

Q. Which of the following are included as part of domestic violence in India?

Solution:
QUESTION: 29

The National Family Health Survey (NFHS) data show that 24% of women faced domestic violence in 2015-16 not seeing any reduction since 2005-06. Compared to the survey results, the actual reports of domestic violence to the police are negligible at 58.8/ one lakh women. The disparity between the crimes reported in a survey and registered with the police highlights how women are unlikely to seek help. The more telling statistic from the NFHS data is perhaps that 52% of the surveyed women and 42% of the surveyed men think there is at least one valid reason for wife beating. This attitude highlights how ingrained and normalized the idea is such that an abused woman should not expect support from others. The NFHS data also highlights how the proportion of women reporting violence is increasing among families with lower wealth.
The lockdown due to the pandemic is leading to a substantial negative income shock for everyone. In our interviews with unorganized sector workers, we often heard that women suffered domestic violence coupled with the husband‘s alcoholism. The NFHS data also show a high correlation between alcohol intake and domestic violence. Keeping in mind that access to alcohol may be limited in these times, frustration could also lead to abuse. India's National Commission for Women (NCW) said it registered 587 domestic violence complaints between March 23 and April 16 - a significant surge from 396 complaints received in the previous 25 days between February 27 and March 22. One in six new complaints of domestic violence was made over a relaunched WhatsApp number.

Q. What is the composition of the National Commission for Women?

Solution:
QUESTION: 30

The National Family Health Survey (NFHS) data show that 24% of women faced domestic violence in 2015-16 not seeing any reduction since 2005-06. Compared to the survey results, the actual reports of domestic violence to the police are negligible at 58.8/ one lakh women. The disparity between the crimes reported in a survey and registered with the police highlights how women are unlikely to seek help. The more telling statistic from the NFHS data is perhaps that 52% of the surveyed women and 42% of the surveyed men think there is at least one valid reason for wife beating. This attitude highlights how ingrained and normalized the idea is such that an abused woman should not expect support from others. The NFHS data also highlights how the proportion of women reporting violence is increasing among families with lower wealth.
The lockdown due to the pandemic is leading to a substantial negative income shock for everyone. In our interviews with unorganized sector workers, we often heard that women suffered domestic violence coupled with the husband‘s alcoholism. The NFHS data also show a high correlation between alcohol intake and domestic violence. Keeping in mind that access to alcohol may be limited in these times, frustration could also lead to abuse. India's National Commission for Women (NCW) said it registered 587 domestic violence complaints between March 23 and April 16 - a significant surge from 396 complaints received in the previous 25 days between February 27 and March 22. One in six new complaints of domestic violence was made over a relaunched WhatsApp number.

Q. How is Chairman of National Commission for Women chosen?

Solution:
QUESTION: 31

Over the course of the last few weeks, as we have found ourselves in the throes of a pandemic, one of the striking features of governance has been the signal role played by State Chief Ministers across India.
Even before the Union government invoked the Disaster Management Act, 2005, many State governments triggered the ......(1)........ Act, 1897, and installed a series of measures to combat what was then an oncoming onslaught of COVID-19.
Equally, though, as much as State governments have taken up positions of leadership, they have repeatedly found themselves throttled by the limitations of the extant federal arrangement. There are varying accounts of what Indian federalism truly demands. But what is manifest from a reading of the Constitution is that it creates two distinct levels of government: one at the Centre and the other at each of the States. The ....(2)....... Schedule to the Constitution divides responsibilities between these two layers.

Q. Which of the following Acts will replace.....(1).....has been used by State Governments to implement Statewide lockdowns and other restrictions?

Solution:
QUESTION: 32

Over the course of the last few weeks, as we have found ourselves in the throes of a pandemic, one of the striking features of governance has been the signal role played by State Chief Ministers across India.
Even before the Union government invoked the Disaster Management Act, 2005, many State governments triggered the ......(1)........ Act, 1897, and installed a series of measures to combat what was then an oncoming onslaught of COVID-19.
Equally, though, as much as State governments have taken up positions of leadership, they have repeatedly found themselves throttled by the limitations of the extant federal arrangement. There are varying accounts of what Indian federalism truly demands. But what is manifest from a reading of the Constitution is that it creates two distinct levels of government: one at the Centre and the other at each of the States. The ....(2)....... Schedule to the Constitution divides responsibilities between these two layers.

Q. Union List, which contains the subjects on which Parliament of India has exclusive powers to make legislation originally had how many subjects?

Solution:
QUESTION: 33

Over the course of the last few weeks, as we have found ourselves in the throes of a pandemic, one of the striking features of governance has been the signal role played by State Chief Ministers across India.
Even before the Union government invoked the Disaster Management Act, 2005, many State governments triggered the ......(1)........ Act, 1897, and installed a series of measures to combat what was then an oncoming onslaught of COVID-19.
Equally, though, as much as State governments have taken up positions of leadership, they have repeatedly found themselves throttled by the limitations of the extant federal arrangement. There are varying accounts of what Indian federalism truly demands. But what is manifest from a reading of the Constitution is that it creates two distinct levels of government: one at the Centre and the other at each of the States. The ....(2)....... Schedule to the Constitution divides responsibilities between these two layers.

Q. Which part of the Indian Constitution describes relations between Union and States?

Solution:

Part 11
Articles 245–255 on Distribution of Legislative Powers
The Constitution provides for a three-fold distribution of legislative subjects between the Union and the states, viz., List-I (the Union List), List-II (the State List) and List-III (the Concurrent List) in the Seventh Schedule: (i) The Parliament has exclusive powers to make laws with respect to any of the matters enumerated in the Union List. This list has at present 98 subjects (originally 97 subjects)(101st constitutional amendment Act 2016 removed 92 and 92C) like defence, banking, foreign affairs, currency, atomic energy, insurance, communication, inter-state trade and commerce, census, audit and so on. (ii) The state legislature has “in normal circumstances” exclusive powers to make laws with respect to any of the matters enumerated in the State List.
 

QUESTION: 34

Over the course of the last few weeks, as we have found ourselves in the throes of a pandemic, one of the striking features of governance has been the signal role played by State Chief Ministers across India.
Even before the Union government invoked the Disaster Management Act, 2005, many State governments triggered the ......(1)........ Act, 1897, and installed a series of measures to combat what was then an oncoming onslaught of COVID-19.
Equally, though, as much as State governments have taken up positions of leadership, they have repeatedly found themselves throttled by the limitations of the extant federal arrangement. There are varying accounts of what Indian federalism truly demands. But what is manifest from a reading of the Constitution is that it creates two distinct levels of government: one at the Centre and the other at each of the States. The ....(2)....... Schedule to the Constitution divides responsibilities between these two layers.

Q. Which of the following will replace ....(2)..... in the above paragraph?

Solution:
QUESTION: 35

Over the course of the last few weeks, as we have found ourselves in the throes of a pandemic, one of the striking features of governance has been the signal role played by State Chief Ministers across India.
Even before the Union government invoked the Disaster Management Act, 2005, many State governments triggered the ......(1)........ Act, 1897, and installed a series of measures to combat what was then an oncoming onslaught of COVID-19.
Equally, though, as much as State governments have taken up positions of leadership, they have repeatedly found themselves throttled by the limitations of the extant federal arrangement. There are varying accounts of what Indian federalism truly demands. But what is manifest from a reading of the Constitution is that it creates two distinct levels of government: one at the Centre and the other at each of the States. The ....(2)....... Schedule to the Constitution divides responsibilities between these two layers.

Q. The Concurrent List contains subjects on which Parliament as well as State Legislature both can legislate. In case there is conflict in the parliamentary and state legislation, What will happen?

Solution:
QUESTION: 36

It has been eight months since the Centre revoked the special constitutional status of Jammu and Kashmir and downgraded and divided it into two Union Territories in August 2019. Several political leaders imprisoned in the wake of the abrupt decision continue to be in detention even now, the most prominent among them being the former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti. Two other former CMs — Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah — were released last month. Freedom for Ms. Mufti is still not near, the administration indicated on Tuesday as it shifted her from a guesthouse-turned-jail to her official residence that has been designated as a subsidiary jail. She will not be allowed to move out of here or receive visitors and remains in detention under the controversial ........(1)......Act. The manner in which the Centre hollowed out Article 370 and dismantled a State set an inglorious precedent in the history of Indian federalism.
The lockdown of J&K was mostly lifted before it was reimposed to combat COVID-19. Meanwhile, the constitutionality of the revocation of the special status and accompanying restrictions on the entire population of a region remains unsettled before the Supreme Court, eight months on.

Q. Which Controversial Act is being talked about in paragraph which has been used in Jammu and Kashmir and will come in place of .......(1).......?

Solution:
QUESTION: 37

It has been eight months since the Centre revoked the special constitutional status of Jammu and Kashmir and downgraded and divided it into two Union Territories in August 2019. Several political leaders imprisoned in the wake of the abrupt decision continue to be in detention even now, the most prominent among them being the former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti. Two other former CMs — Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah — were released last month. Freedom for Ms. Mufti is still not near, the administration indicated on Tuesday as it shifted her from a guesthouse-turned-jail to her official residence that has been designated as a subsidiary jail. She will not be allowed to move out of here or receive visitors and remains in detention under the controversial ........(1)......Act. The manner in which the Centre hollowed out Article 370 and dismantled a State set an inglorious precedent in the history of Indian federalism.
The lockdown of J&K was mostly lifted before it was reimposed to combat COVID-19. Meanwhile, the constitutionality of the revocation of the special status and accompanying restrictions on the entire population of a region remains unsettled before the Supreme Court, eight months on.

Q. Preventive Detention come under which of the following Articles of Indian Constitution?

Solution:
QUESTION: 38

It has been eight months since the Centre revoked the special constitutional status of Jammu and Kashmir and downgraded and divided it into two Union Territories in August 2019. Several political leaders imprisoned in the wake of the abrupt decision continue to be in detention even now, the most prominent among them being the former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti. Two other former CMs — Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah — were released last month. Freedom for Ms. Mufti is still not near, the administration indicated on Tuesday as it shifted her from a guesthouse-turned-jail to her official residence that has been designated as a subsidiary jail. She will not be allowed to move out of here or receive visitors and remains in detention under the controversial ........(1)......Act. The manner in which the Centre hollowed out Article 370 and dismantled a State set an inglorious precedent in the history of Indian federalism.
The lockdown of J&K was mostly lifted before it was reimposed to combat COVID-19. Meanwhile, the constitutionality of the revocation of the special status and accompanying restrictions on the entire population of a region remains unsettled before the Supreme Court, eight months on.

Q. For how long a person can be detained under Preventive Detention after which the case must be referred to the Advisory Board?

Solution:
QUESTION: 39

It has been eight months since the Centre revoked the special constitutional status of Jammu and Kashmir and downgraded and divided it into two Union Territories in August 2019. Several political leaders imprisoned in the wake of the abrupt decision continue to be in detention even now, the most prominent among them being the former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti. Two other former CMs — Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah — were released last month. Freedom for Ms. Mufti is still not near, the administration indicated on Tuesday as it shifted her from a guesthouse-turned-jail to her official residence that has been designated as a subsidiary jail. She will not be allowed to move out of here or receive visitors and remains in detention under the controversial ........(1)......Act. The manner in which the Centre hollowed out Article 370 and dismantled a State set an inglorious precedent in the history of Indian federalism.
The lockdown of J&K was mostly lifted before it was reimposed to combat COVID-19. Meanwhile, the constitutionality of the revocation of the special status and accompanying restrictions on the entire population of a region remains unsettled before the Supreme Court, eight months on.

Q. Who can invoke the Jammu & Kashmir Public Safety Act?

Solution:
QUESTION: 40

It has been eight months since the Centre revoked the special constitutional status of Jammu and Kashmir and downgraded and divided it into two Union Territories in August 2019. Several political leaders imprisoned in the wake of the abrupt decision continue to be in detention even now, the most prominent among them being the former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti. Two other former CMs — Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah — were released last month. Freedom for Ms. Mufti is still not near, the administration indicated on Tuesday as it shifted her from a guesthouse-turned-jail to her official residence that has been designated as a subsidiary jail. She will not be allowed to move out of here or receive visitors and remains in detention under the controversial ........(1)......Act. The manner in which the Centre hollowed out Article 370 and dismantled a State set an inglorious precedent in the history of Indian federalism.
The lockdown of J&K was mostly lifted before it was reimposed to combat COVID-19. Meanwhile, the constitutionality of the revocation of the special status and accompanying restrictions on the entire population of a region remains unsettled before the Supreme Court, eight months on.

Q. Which of the following is true with respect to Preventive Detention law?

Solution:

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