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#1. Who has the power to curtail or repeal Fundamental Rights through a constitutional amendment act?

#2. What principle is associated with the American Supreme Court?

#3. Which court can issue writs like habeas corpus, mandamus, prohibition, certiorari, and quo warranto to restore violated Fundamental Rights?

#4. What kind of system does the Constitution of India establish?

#5. What kind of obligation do Directive Principles impose on the state authorities?

#6. When were the Fundamental Duties of citizens added to the Indian Constitution?

#7. What is the doctrine of sovereignty of Parliament associated with?

#8. When was the voting age in India reduced from 21 years to 18 years?

#9. What is the primary force or sanction behind the implementation of Directive Principles?

#10. What does the positive concept of secularism in the Indian Constitution emphasize?

#11. In a parliamentary system, who holds significant and crucial authority, often leading to the term "Prime Ministerial Government"?

#12. In which court case did the Supreme Court state that the Indian Constitution is founded on the balance between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles?

#13. Which model of government is often associated with the parliamentary system?

#14. What power allows the Supreme Court in India to declare parliamentary laws as unconstitutional?

#15. How does the Indian Constitution ensure the independence of independent bodies?

#16. When was the term 'secular' added to the Preamble of the Indian Constitution?

#17. How are judges of the Supreme Court in India ensured independence?

#18. What does it mean for Fundamental Rights to be justiciable?

#19. What is the primary goal of the Directive Principles of State Policy?

#20. What is a fundamental difference between the Indian Parliament and the British Parliament?

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