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#1. How do the Directive Principles influence the judiciary in determining the constitutional validity of a law?

#2. Which amendment act declared Parliament's power to abridge Fundamental Rights through constitutional amendments?

#3. Why did the framers of the Constitution make the Directive Principles non-justiciable and legally non-enforceable?

#4. Which article advocates the protection of weaker sections of society from social injustice and exploitation?

#5. Which amendment introduced the Directive Principle requiring the State to minimize inequalities in income, status, facilities, and opportunities?

#6. According to the Indian Constitution, which article emphasizes the consideration of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes' claims in appointments to services and posts while maintaining administrative efficiency?

#7. Which Directive Principle emphasizes the prohibition of intoxicating drinks and drugs that are harmful to health?

#8. What was the key provision introduced by the 25th Amendment Act in relation to laws implementing socialistic Directive Principles?

#9. What does Article 47 of the Constitution focus on concerning the citizens?

#10. In the Kesavananda Bharati case (1973), which provision of Article 31C was declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court?

#11. Which amendments were made by Parliament to implement some of the Directive Principles following the Champakam Dorairajan case?

#12. What is the objective of Article 44 of the Constitution?

#13. Which amendment act extended the scope of Article 31C to include any law implementing Directive Principles, not limited to Article 39 (b) and (c)?

#14. According to the Minerva Mills case, what constitutes the core commitment to social revolution in the Indian Constitution?

#15. Which new Directive Principle focuses on the promotion of co-operative societies?

#16. According to the Minerva Mills case (1980), what analogy did the Supreme Court use to describe the relationship between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles?

#17. What was the origin of the idea of Directive Principles in the Indian Constitution?

#18. Under which amendment was elementary education made a fundamental right for children up to the age of six?

#19. What constitutional aspect did the Supreme Court assert as a basic feature, preventing its abolition in the Kesavananda Bharati case?

#20. What does Article 51 of the Constitution aim to promote?

#21. How can the Parliament implement Directive Principles without damaging the basic structure of the Constitution

#22. According to the Supreme Court ruling in the Champakam Dorairajan case, what prevails in case of conflict between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles?

#23. According to Dr. B R Ambedkar, what consequence could a government face if it ignores Directive Principles?

#24. Which article directs the organization of agriculture and animal husbandry on modern and scientific lines?

#25. In the Golaknath case (1967), what did the Supreme Court rule regarding Fundamental Rights?

#26. Article 31C and Directive Principles: According to Article 31C inserted by the 25th Amendment Act, which laws shall not be questioned in any court on certain grounds?

#27. According to the Constitution, are Directive Principles justiciable?


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