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Test: Law & Social Justice- 1 - Question 1

In the eyes of the law it is _____ to deny workers their wages.

Detailed Solution for Test: Law & Social Justice- 1 - Question 1

As the governments sets the minimum wage legislation, it is illegal for workers to not to have wages less than the set ones.

Test: Law & Social Justice- 1 - Question 2

Only three states published the plan of child labour prevention act these are :

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According to the 2001 census, over 12 million children in India aged between 5 and 14 work in various occupations including hazardous ones. In October 2006, the government amended the Child Labour Prevention Act, banning children under 14 years of age from working as domestic servants or as workers in dhabas, restaurants, tea shops etc. It made employing these children a punishable offence. 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 Rs 10,000 to Rs 20,000. The central government had asked state governments to develop plans to rescue and rehabilitate children who are working as domestic servants. To dates only three state governments, namely Maharashtra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu have published these plans. Even today more than a year after this law was passed 74 per cent of child domestic workers are under the age of 16. 

Test: Law & Social Justice- 1 - Question 3

Within three days, more than ___ people were dead.

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Madipakkam is in

Test: Law & Social Justice- 1 - Question 5

Over ___Indians, most of them children below the age of five, reportedly die every day because of water-related diseases

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Young children are the first to get sick and die from waterborne and sanitation - related illnesses - including diarrhoeal diseases and malaria.

Test: Law & Social Justice- 1 - Question 6

Right to life come under article

Test: Law & Social Justice- 1 - Question 7

The Indian Constitution guarantees the Right to Education for all children between the ages of

Test: Law & Social Justice- 1 - Question 8

___ was spent from the government budget for the construction of the first segment of the metro-rail in Delhi

Test: Law & Social Justice- 1 - Question 9

The supply of water per person in an urban area in India should be about

Detailed Solution for Test: Law & Social Justice- 1 - Question 9

The water supply of 135 litres per capita per day (LPCD) as a service level benchmark should be given for domestic water use in urban local bodies. In urban areas, 96% have access to an improved water source and 54% to improved sanitation.

Test: Law & Social Justice- 1 - Question 10

People living in luxury hotels may consume as much as ____ of water per day.

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Whereas people in slums have to make do with less than 20 litres a day per person (one bucket), people living in luxury hotels may consume as much as 1,600 litres (80 buckets) of water per day. 

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