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Q.1. What is the Necessity of The Preamble?
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The preamble is like an introduction to the constitution. It is a summary of Objective and the basic philosophy of the constitution. The courts use the preamble to clarify: the meaning of the Law whenever there is an ambiguity.

Q.2. Under whose recommendations the constituent assembly was set up?
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It was set up on the recommendations of Cabinet Mission Plan, 1946.

Q.3. When were the elections of the constituent assembly help?
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In July 1946

Q.4. Name the person who was chosen as the temporary chairman of the constituent assembly.
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Dr. Sachidanand Sinha

Q.5. When was the objective resolution presented in the Assembly?
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13 December 1946

Q.6. Is Indian constitution a living document?
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Yes, it is a living document. It keeps on amending old laws as and when required as per Article 368.

Q.7. Who moved the objective resolution in the Constituent Assembly?
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Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru

Q.8. How many constitutions did Nepal had?
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Six (1948,1951,1959,1962, 1990 and 2015)

Q.9. Which Institution was in the forefront of the struggle for a popularly elected constituent assembly in Nepal?
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The Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist)

Q.10. When did Nepal become a democratic republic?
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In 2008, It became a democratic republic.

Q.11. Who Said, “We must make our political democracy a social democracy.”
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Dr. B.R. Ambedkar

Q.12. How many members were there in Constituent Assembly?
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299 members

Q.13. Which provision of constitution was passed without any debate?
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Universal Suffrage.

Q.14. Who is known as the Father of Indian Constitution?
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Dr. B.R.Ambedkar

Q.15. From which country did the idea of the rule of law has been taken?
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From the British Constitution.

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