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Which of the following is not included in the Preamble to the Constitution?
A judge of the Supreme Court can be removed from office only on grounds of
Fiduciary relationship means a relationship based on
The Chairman of Tehelka Enquiry Commission is
B is the correct option.Retired Supreme Court judge Justice S N Phukan was appointed to head the commission of inquiry looking into the Tehelka expose of alleged corruption in defence deals IN 2003.
The concept of judicial review has been borrowed from the Constitution of
Every duty enforceable by law is called
• Legal obligation.
We will now discuss these two elements:
Agreement : According to Section 2(e) every promise and set of promises forming the consideration for each other is agreement'. This means that in an agreement there can be one or more than one promises given in return for each other. Promise is defined in Section 2 (b) in these words: When the person to whom the proposal is made signifies his assent thereto, the proposal is said to be accepted. A proposal, when accepted, becomes a promise'. Therefore every agreement, is composed of a proposal from one side and its acceptance from the other. To sum up: Agreement = Offer or Proposal+ Acceptance of Offer
The killing of a new born child by its parents is
Offence of breaking a divine idol is
Beyond what distance from the coast, is the sea known as 'High Sea'?
The source of India's sovereignty lies in the:
The Preamble to the Constitution of India declares India as "Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic, Republic". Sovereignty implies that India is free and has the authority to conduct its own affairs and governance. In India, the supreme power is possessed by people of the country. The people of the nation elect their representatives to govern them i.e., the Parliament derives its sovereignty from the people of the nation.
Which Article authorises the Parliament to form new States, and alter areas,boundaries or names of existing States?
What is the duration of 'zero hour' in LokSabha?
Correct Answer :- B
Explanation : In Rajya Sabha, total number of requests is not allowed to exceed seven on a single day. The total time allocated for Zero Hour is 30 minutes wherein a member gets three minutes to raise the issue. The session should be completed before 1 pm.
But in lok sabha, zero hour is not specified.
Which of the following Constitutional posts is enjoyed for a fixed term?
The President, according to Article 56 of the Constitution, enjoys his post for 5 years and can only be removed by a complicated impeachment process, akin to the President of the USA. The Prime Minister’s term lasts only as long as his Cabinet enjoys the confidence of the Parliament.
From which Constitution was the Concept of a Five Year Plan borrowed into the Indian Constitution?
Who headed the First Law Commission which drafted the Indian Penal Code in1860?
What does Article 1 of the Constitution of India state?
The Right to Vote is a?
In India, the right to vote is provided by the Constitution and the Representation of People's Act, 1951, subject to certain disqualifications. Article 326 of the Constitution guarantees the right to vote to every citizen above the age of 18. According to Section 62(1) of RPA act 1950 Right to vote is neither Fundamental Right nor Constitutional Right but merely a Statutory Right or Legal Right.
Therefore correct answer is A.
Till date there have been how many amendments to the Indian Constitution?
As of January 2020, there have been 104 amendments of the Constitution of India since it was first enacted in 1950. There are three types of amendments to the Constitution of India of which second and third type of amendments are governed by Article 368.
How can the Chief Justice of India be removed?
Article 124(4) of Constitution of India lays down the procedure for removal of a judge of Supreme Court which is applicable to chief justices as well. Once appointed, the chief justice remains in the office until the age of 65 years. He can be removed only through a process of impeachment by Parliament. So option B is correct.
In which case did the Supreme Court propounded the basic structure doctrine?
A is the correct option.The phrase 'basic structure' itself cannot be found in the Constitution. The Supreme Court recognised this concept for the first time in the historic Kesavananda Bharati case in 1973.
A minimum of How many judges of the Supreme Court sit in a constitutional law bench
Which is the biggest parliamentary constituency with the largest electorateafter the delimitation?
Who of the following is the Chancellor of the NALSAR University of Law located in Hyderabad?
The following constitute, with the Chancellor as chairperson, the General Council: Hon'ble Shri Justice Thottathil B Radhakrishnan, Chief Justice, High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad & Chancellor, NALSAR. Hon'ble Shri Justice Madan B Lokur, Judge, Supreme Court of India, New Delhi.
Who is the Legal Advisor to the Government of a State in India?
The age of retirement of a Judge of a High Court in India is