Test: Judiciary - 2


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QUESTION: 1

Violation is _______?

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QUESTION: 2

Sanctioned strength of judges in High courts are :-

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There are 25 high courts in India. The number of total judges sanctioned in these high courts are 1079 of which 771 judges are permanent and remaining 308 sanctioned for additional judges.

QUESTION: 3

A mechanism of PIL was devised in :-

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QUESTION: 4

Is president is a part of parliament ? 

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The President has all the executive powers given by the constitution. He summons the sessions of the Parliament and addresses the first session of the Parliament. So, the President is an integral part of the Parliament.

QUESTION: 5

Fundamental rights are :

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QUESTION: 6

Compensation means :-

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QUESTION: 7

Who was the chief justice of India in November 2007 :- 

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QUESTION: 8

Right to food include :

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The right to food, and its variations, is a human right protecting the right of people to feed themselves in dignity, implying that sufficient food is available, that people have the means to access it, and that it adequately meets the individual's dietary needs. The right to food protects the right of all human beings to be free from hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition.

QUESTION: 9

Judiciary system provide mechanism for resolving disputes between ______

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The Judiciary is the system of court that interprets and applies the law in the name of the state. The judiciary system provides a mechanism for resolving disputes between the following:-
Citizens
Citizens and government
Two state governments

QUESTION: 10

Judiciary plays a crucial role because it is :

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QUESTION: 11

"Right to food ” is included in :-

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The right to food is enshrined in the constitution, Article 48: "Everyone has the right to a standard of living sufficient for himself or herself, and his or her family that includes adequate nutrition, clothing and housing."

QUESTION: 12

The chief justice of India is appointed by :

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QUESTION: 13

"Right to protect” comes under the right to :-

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QUESTION: 14

"Right to livelihood ” is a part of :-

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QUESTION: 15

‘To increase to justice’ supreme Court devised :-

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QUESTION: 16

In India there is a rule of _______?

Solution: Rule of law means every person is equal in the eyes of law and there is no discrimination on the basis of caste,creed , race and sex
QUESTION: 17

Work done by the courts in the country can be seen on:

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The news media or news industry are forms of mass media that focus on delivering news to the general public or a target public. So the work done by the courts in the country can be seen on all the platforms.

QUESTION: 18

How many fundamental rights are there in constitution :-

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QUESTION: 19

A tenant who is being formed to move out fills a case in courts against the landlord :-

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QUESTION: 20

‘A group of girl is harassed by a group of boys’ is comes under :-

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QUESTION: 21

Who is the final authority to interpret the constitution ?

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The Supreme Court is the highest court in India and has ultimate judicial authority to interpret the Constitution and decide questions of national law. As the constitutional court of the country, it takes up appeals primarily against verdicts of the high courts of various states of the Union and other courts and tribunals. It safeguards fundamental rights of citizens and settles disputes between various government authorities as well as the central government vs state governments or state governments versus another state government in the country.

QUESTION: 22

Acquaint means :-

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Acquaintance is also having knowledge about something specific.

QUESTION: 23

Supreme court has :-

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QUESTION: 24

For common people access to court is :- 

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QUESTION: 25

Mid – day meal given in government – aided schools because of :-

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In April 2001, the People’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) initiated the public interest litigation (Civil) No. 196/2001, People’s Union for Civil Liberties v. Union of India & Others – popularly known as the "right to food" case. The PUCL argued that Article 21 – "right to life" of the Indian Constitution when read together with Articles 39(a) and 47, makes the right to food a derived fundamental right which is enforceable by virtue of the constitutional remedy provided under Article 32 of the constitution. The PUCL argued that excess food stocks with the Food Corporation of India should be fed to hungry citizens. This included providing mid-day meals in primary schools. The scheme came into force with the supreme court order dated 28 November 2001, which required all government and government-assisted primary schools to provide cooked midday meals.

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