Who described the Part III of the Constitutionas “most criticized part of the Constitution?”
The original Constitution classified Fundamental Rights into seven categories, butnow
The Right to Property in India is a
Right to Property ceased to be a fundamental right with the 44th Constitution Amendment in 1978. It was made a Constitutional right under Article 300A. Article 300A requires the state to follow due procedure and authority of law to deprive a person of his or her private property.
The Fundamental rights in India are based on the
The Fundamental Rights secured to the citizen/individuals are protected against
The Fundamental Rights, embodied in Part III of the Constitution, guarantee civil rights to all Indians, and prevent the State from encroaching on individual liberty while simultaneously placing upon it an obligation to protect the citizens' rights from encroachment by society.
The Fundamental Rights are
Who enjoys the right to impose reasonable restrictions on Fundamental Rights in India?
The correct answer is B as the parliament enjoys the right to impose reasonable restrictions on Fundamental Rights in India.
Is the judiciary a part of the ‘other authority’ in Art. 12 of the Constitution?
When an enactment is of such a nature that no separation is possible between inconsistent and consistent parts,
A law, which abridges Fundamental Rights, is not a nullity but remains inoperative till theshadow of Fundamental Rights falls over suchrights. This is known as the doctrine of
Under the Constitution, the Doctrine of eclipse applies
“Legal equality” under the Constitution of India implies that
“Equal protection of law” has been given in article 14 of our Indian constitution.
This means that every person, who lives within territory of India, has the equal right before the law. the meaning of this all are equal in same line. No discrimination based on religion ,race, caste, sex,and place of birth. its mean that all will be treated as equality among equal .and there will be no discrimination based on lower or higher class.
Article-14 Of Constitution Of India
The right to ‘equality before the law’ contained in Article 14 of the Constitution of India is available to
Who is an exception to equality before law Article 14?
C is the correct option. governor and president can not be prosecuted during his term of office he can not be prosecuted for any civil and criminal proceedings during his term of office.
The Indian Constitution permits discrimination on the basis of
The reservation of seats in educational institutions for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes is governed by ______ of the constitution.
Article 15 prohibits discrimination on grounds only of
The prohibition against discrimination under Article 15 is for
For which of the following can special provisions be made under Article 15 of the Constitution?
1. Women and children
2. Scheduled Tribes
3. Economically backward classes
4. Scheduled Castes
Select the correct answer using the code given below:
Article 15 Clause (3), (4)and (5) states that the legislature is free to formulate special provisions:
Through which of the following does the Constitution prohibit racial discrimination in India?
Article 16 provides equal opportunity in public employment for
Under Article 16, the State can reserve posts for
In Indra Sawhney the nine-judge bench observed that under Article 16(1), appointments and/or posts can be reserved in favour of a class. Thus, reservation in state services in favour of backward classes may be made under Article 16(1) too, as it is based on the premise of equality
The concept of fundamental duties was borrowed from
Which of the following is included in Art.19?
The heart of the Article 19 says: "Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression, this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers."
The freedom of speech cannot be used
Article 22 does not apply to
The right against exploitation prohibits
A Preventive Detention law has to satisfy which of these to become a valid law?
Double jeopardy means
A British citizen staying in India cannot claimthe right to