Test: Law And Social Justice - 2


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QUESTION: 1

Porto Alegre is a city in

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Porto Alegre is the capital city of the state of Rio Grande do Sul, in southern Brazil. On the main square, Praca Marechal Deodoro, is the Renaissance-style Metropolitan Cathedral, with religious murals on the outside. The neoclassical Piratini Palace houses the state government. The 19th-century Sao Pedro Theater is nearby. The city is known as a gateway to the tall canyons of Aparados da Serra National Park.
QUESTION: 2

Mumbai's suburban railway is well-functioning public transport system. It is the densest route in the world, attending to ____ passengers daily

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QUESTION: 3

The Census of India, __ puts rural household electrification at 44 per cent, leaving around 78 million households still in the dark.

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The Census of India, 2001 puts rural household electrification at 44 per cent, leaving around 78 million households still in the dark. Public facilities relate to our basic needs and the Indian Constitution recognises the right to water, heath and education as being a part of the Right to Life. 
One of the major roles of the government is to ensure adequate public facilities for everyone. There is a shortage and inequalities in supply. Compared to the metros and large cities, towns and villages are under-provided. Compared to wealthy localities, the poorer localities are under-serviced. 
The most important aspect of Public facilities provided by the government is that every citizen of the country has a right to these facilities which should be provided to her/him in an equitable manner. 

QUESTION: 4

Minimum Wages Act specifies that wages should not be below a specified minimum, whose interest is protected by this law

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QUESTION: 5

According to the 2001 census, over __ million children in India aged between 5 and 14 work in various occupations including hazardous ones

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QUESTION: 6

Anyone found violating the ban must be penalised with a punishment ranging from a jail term of three months to two years and/or fine of

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QUESTION: 7

Even today more than a year after this law was passed ___ of child domestic workers are under the age of 16.

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QUESTION: 8

MIC stands for

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Methyl isocyanate (MIC) is an organic compound with the molecular formula CH3NCO.

QUESTION: 9

Bhopal Gas tragedy took place in

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QUESTION: 10

Most of those exposed to the poison gas in BGT came from poor, working-class families, of which nearly 50,000 people are today too sick to work.

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QUESTION: 11

South Asian countries "particularly__________" play hosts for industries producing pesticides, asbestos or processing zinc and lead

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QUESTION: 12

Union Carbide is an

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QUESTION: 13

Identify what is shown in the figure below: 

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QUESTION: 14

Read the lines below, who said these line
... right to water entitle everyone to sufficient, safe, acceptable, physically accessible and affordable water for personal and domestic use

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QUESTION: 15

Mahbubnagar district is in

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QUESTION: 16

Who said these lines 
'Latrines for us! they exclaimed in astonishment. We go and perform our functions out in the open. Latrines are for you big people.'

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Many voices were heard after the Prime Minister of India in his extempore speech on the 15th August 2014 on Independence Day spoke of 'Swachh Bharat'. Independence Day speech of the Prime Minister of India carries a message not only for the countrymen but is also a statement to the international community too, being widely reported across the world. The message in the speech was loud and clear. On Mahatma Gandhi's birthday i.e. 2nd October 2014, the campaign was launched with much fanfare. Mahatma Gandhi whom the nation had relegated to archives, came alive on his birthday this year.
 

QUESTION: 17

In 1984, there were very few laws protecting the ___ in India

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QUESTION: 18

Identify what is shown in the figure 

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QUESTION: 19

Identify the figure below, which pollution is caused by this 

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QUESTION: 20

Match the following 

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