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QUESTION: 1

India is a sovereign because

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Preamble of the Indian constitution defines India to be a ‘Sovereign’ country; meaning India has its own supreme law and not a matter of any additional state or nation. Moreover, India is independent of any kind of external intervention in its domestic operations. This notion can be found in the new system of nation-states. For instance, India is an active member of the United Nations Organization and the Commonwealth of Nations, despite, this cannot infringe on India's sovereignty.

QUESTION: 2

In case there is a conflict between the preamble and other provisions of the constitution

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The correct option is A.
The Preamble cannot override the specific provisions of the Constitution. In case of any conflict between the two, the latter shall prevail. So, it has a very limited role to play. As observed by the Supreme Court, the Preamble plays a vital role in removing the ambiguity surrounding the provisions of the Constitution.

QUESTION: 3

The constitution of India embodies the parliamentary form of government because

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QUESTION: 4

To uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India

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QUESTION: 5

Emoluments, allowances and privileges of President of India are specified in

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QUESTION: 6

New Delhi is the seat of Supreme court, the court may sit in such other place as

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QUESTION: 7

Assertion: An act of the legislature cannot be lightly declared as unconstitutional

Reason: an act of the legislature represents the will of the people

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QUESTION: 8

If a man undertake an act with risk voluntarily and is injured then he

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The correct option is B.
Volenti non fit injuria is a common law doctrine which states that if someone willingly places themselves in a position where harm might result, knowing that some degree of harm might result, they are not able to bring a claim against the other party in tort or delict.

QUESTION: 9

Assertion: Law of torts is a developing subject

Reason: It has grown for centuries and is still growing

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QUESTION: 10

Assertion: when a vehicle is entrusted to a workshop for repairs it is reasonable to infer permission to take it for test doing as part of work

Reason: it is settled law that the burden is on the owner of the vehicle to prove that he did not authorize the person concerned to drive the vehicle

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Assertion is the fact over which the R is the Reason for such fact. Option A is correct as it is the correct reson.

QUESTION: 11

Principle: Right to carry on any occupation, trade or business is a fundamental right under India constitution. The state is under an obligation under the directive principles of the state policy to organize agriculture and animal husbandry on scientific lines and towards that goal take steps to prohibit cows slaughter

Facts: The state of uttranchal passed a legislation totally prohibiting cow slaughter. A, a butcher trading in meat of all animals including cows, challenged this legislation as violating his fundamental right to carry on his business. Decide the case

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QUESTION: 12

Principle: Any agreement which is impossible to perform becomes invalid

Facts: A, a cement dealer entered into an agreement with B to supply 1000 bags of cement for the latter’s building. By the time A supplied 500 bags of cement, the government issued an order restricting the free sale of cement. Thereafter every dealer was supposed to get his supply from the government. As a result, A found it difficult to meet his commitment to B. B brings a suit for breach of contract against A

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QUESTION: 13

An advertisement is inserted to inform the public that certain goods will be sold by auction on a certain day at a certain place and time

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Option a and b says the advea retirement a promise ever it is mere declaration of an interest.

QUESTION: 14

An invitation to tender is

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QUESTION: 15

In case of a binding contract the proposer and the acceptor

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QUESTION: 16

Where no mode of acceptance is prescribed, acceptance

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QUESTION: 17

A makes a proposal to B who communicates his acceptance by registered post. Later B has second thought and send a telegram revoking his acceptance. Both the registered letter and the telegram are delivered to A at the same time. In the circumstances

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The correct option is C.
According to section 4 of indian contract act 1872, an illustration says ``A revokes his proposal by telegram." The revocation is complete as against A when the telegram is despatched. The revocation is complete as against A when the telegram is despatched." It is complete as against B when B receives it. It is complete as against B when B receives it." B revokes his acceptance by telegram. B’s revocation is complete as against B when the telegram is dispatched, and as against A when it reaches him. B revokes his acceptance by telegram. B’s revocation is complete as against B when the telegram is despatched, and as against A when it reaches him."

QUESTION: 18

A is found guilty of attempt to murder in furtherance of common intention. Under which one of the following situations can his offence be proved?

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QUESTION: 19

A has knocked down two teeth of B. A has committed the offence of

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QUESTION: 20

Use of violence by a member of an assembly of five or more persons in furtherance of common object will constitute:

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The correct option is D.
Unlawful assembly is a legal term to describe a group of people with the mutual intent of deliberate disturbance of the peace

QUESTION: 21

A sees B drowning, but does not save him. B is drowned. A has committed:

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The correct answer is D as A  is not liable for anything.

QUESTION: 22

Assertion: An owner can take his chattels from the other, even if force is required to be used

Reason: A person has a right of private defence of property

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QUESTION: 23

X with a view to murdering Y enters Y bedroom at night when Y is out of station. X is guilty of:

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QUESTION: 24

Assertion: Crime is punishable because it is provided in the law

Reason: crime is revolting to the moral sense of society

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QUESTION: 25

Assertion: A, a boy of the age of six and a half years intentionally murdered B. A is not liable to be convicted

Reason: A child up to the age of 7 years is immune from criminal liability

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QUESTION: 26

Assertion: A person is not guilty of Dacoity unless he has committed, attempted to commit or aided in committing robbery

Reason: when two persons conjointly commit robbery, then every person so committing robbery is said to commit Dacoity

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QUESTION: 27

Assertion: There is either theft or extortion in robbery

Reason: Theft or extortion precedes robbery

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QUESTION: 28

Culpable homicide is not murder if it is committed

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Indian Penal Code,1890 provides in the Homicide Punishmet that Culpable homicide is not murder when the person whose death is caused, being above 8 years, suffers death or takes the risk of the death with his own consent.

QUESTION: 29

X having sufficient food does not provide some food to a beggar who dies of hunger. X is guilty of

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QUESTION: 30

Criminal conspiracy is an agreement b/w two or more persons to

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Section 120A in The Indian Penal Code provides the Definition of criminal conspiracy.—When two or more per­sons agree to do, or cause to be done,— an illegal act, or an act which is not illegal by illegal means, such an agree­ment is designated a criminal conspiracy.

QUESTION: 31

A instigates his 6 year old daughter B to take away from C, a purse containing Rs. 10000. In this case which one of the following statement is correct?

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The  correct answer is D as B being a minor cannot be liable for the theft or any criminal charge while A will be liable .

QUESTION: 32

Assertion: one of the most difficult tasks in attempt cases has been to find out the dividing line b/w preparation and attempt

Reason: shooting at the shadow sufficiently near a person as to put him in danger is attempt to commit murder

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The correct option is A.
Attempt to commit an offence can be said to begin when the preparations are complete and the culprit commences to do something with the intention of committing the offence and which is a step towards the commission of the offence. If an attempt succeeds, he has committed the offence, if he fails due to reasons beyond his control, he is said to have attempted to commit the offence.

QUESTION: 33

Assertion: Marriage brokerage contract is valid

Reason: Marriage brokerage contract is opposed to public policy

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QUESTION: 34

Acceptance sent through post

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The correct option is C.

Section 4 of the Indian Contract Act 1872 says that the communication of the offer is complete when it comes to the knowledge of the person it has been made to

QUESTION: 35

Assertion: A party to the contract can excuse himself from performing his part of contract on the ground that he is left with no money or property to pay

Reason: An agreement to do an impossible act in itself is void and both parties are discharged from future performances

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QUESTION: 36

When the damages cannot be assessed, the party may be awarded by the court

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QUESTION: 37

If a notice at the entrance of an automatic car parking is an offer, it can be accepted by

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The correct option is C.
It is clear that the offer has been made and you can accept it by driving in.

QUESTION: 38

Assertion: An offer can be made by an act or omission of the offeree

Reason: The communication of a proposal is complete when it comes to the knowledge of the person to whom it is made

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QUESTION: 39

Which schedule of our constitution deals with the languages approved by the constitution?

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QUESTION: 40

Who is the Ex-officio chairman of Rajya Sabha?

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QUESTION: 41

For what period can the Vice President hold the office of the President in the event of the death of the President?

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QUESTION: 42

Which of the following does not constitute the Electoral College for electing the President of India?

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The correct answer is A as )Elected members of Legislative council
 does not constitute the Electoral College for electing the President of India.

QUESTION: 43

Which of the following is not a Fundamental right?

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C is the correct option. right to contest an election is not a fundamental or common law right but is a statutory one.

QUESTION: 44

Right to work in India is a

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QUESTION: 45

Respect for the National flag and national anthem is:

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QUESTION: 46

Consider the following statements:

An accused person can be compelled to:

1. Give his finger prints

2. Give evidence against himself

3. Participate in the identification parade

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QUESTION: 47

The term Equal pay for equal work is a

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QUESTION: 48

Andaman and Nicobar islands come under the jurisdiction of which of the following High Courts?

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QUESTION: 49

The first hour of every sitting of the parliament is known as………………..  

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QUESTION: 50

First speaker of the Lok Sabha was  

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