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#1. Which of the following is NOT a feature of Fundamental Rights in the Indian Constitution?

#2. The Supreme Court ruled in 1996 that certain national awards like Bharat Ratna and Padma awards do not violate Article 18 because:

#3. How can laws be made to enforce certain Fundamental Rights in India?

#4. The authority to decide whether restrictions on Fundamental Rights are reasonable or not lies with:

#5. According to the Supreme Court, which of the following statements is true?

#6. According to Article 18 of the Indian Constitution, which of the following titles can the state confer without violating the article?

#7. The concept of 'equality before the law' is an essential element of which legal principle?

#8. The 93rd Amendment Act of 2005 added a provision regarding the reservation of seats for which category of citizens?

#9. What were the two changes introduced by the Narasimha Rao Government in 1991 regarding OBC reservations?

#10. In 1990, which Indian government declared the reservation of 27% government jobs for Other Backward Classes (OBCs)?

#11. Who is primarily responsible for defending and guaranteeing Fundamental Rights in India?

#12. Which judicial bodies have the authority to declare a law unconstitutional due to inconsistency with Fundamental Rights?

#13. Which article of the Indian Constitution allows the suspension of Fundamental Rights during a National Emergency?

#14. In the famous Mandal case of 1992, what did the Supreme Court rule regarding the reservation for OBCs?

#15. The Public Employment (Requirement as to Residence) Act of 1957, which prescribed residence as a condition for employment, expired in 1974. Currently, which Indian state has a provision for residence requirement in public employment?

#16. What does the concept of "equality before the law" entail?

#17. What was the primary objective of the Second Backward Classes Commission chaired by B P Mandal?

#18. What condition did the Supreme Court impose on the recipients of national awards to avoid violating Article 18?

#19. Fundamental Rights can be suspended during a National Emergency, with the exception of:

#20. The second provision of Article 15 prohibits discrimination with respect to:

#21. Which of the following is considered a "law" under Article 13 of the Indian Constitution?

#22. what does Article 14 permit in terms of classification of persons or objects by the law?

#23. Under what condition can a law specify that the incumbent of an should belong to a particular religion or denomination?

#24. Which article of the Indian Constitution allows for immunities for the President of India and the Governors of States?

#25. Article 15 prohibits discrimination by:

#26. Which article of the Indian Constitution abolishes untouchability and forbids its practice in any form?

#27. What types of titles are explicitly banned by Article 18 as they go against the principle of equal status?

#28. Which article of the Indian Constitution guarantees the right to equality before the law and equal protection of laws?

#29. Which of the following is NOT one of the exceptions to the general rule of non-discrimination under Article 15?

#30. Where are the Fundamental Rights enshrined in the Indian Constitution?

#31. According to Article 31-C, what exception is made to Article 14 (equality before the law)?

#32. The concept of "equal protection of laws" is derived from which country's constitution?

#33. Which of the following acts is considered an offense under the Protection of Civil Rights Act (1955)?

#34. What does Article 13 of the Indian Constitution declare regarding laws inconsistent with Fundamental Rights?

#35. Martial law differs from the imposition of national emergency in that:

#36. In the context of Part III of the Indian Constitution, how is the term "State" defined?

#37. Which article of the Indian Constitution grants immunity to members of Parliament for their speeches and votes in Parliament?

#38. The "creamy layer" among OBCs refers to individuals who:

#39. Who is responsible for ensuring that the right under Article 17 is not violated?

#40. According to the Protection of Civil Rights Act (1955), what is the punishment for offenses related to untouchability?

#41. What is the scope of the Protection of Civil Rights Act (1955) with regard to offenses related to untouchability?

#42. Which of the following actions were taken by the government in response to the Supreme Court's rulings on OBC reservations?

#43. According to Article 15, the State shall not discriminate against any citizen on grounds of:

#44. Why is the definition of "State" under Article 12 important in the Indian Constitution?

#45. What did the Supreme Court decide in the Kesavananda Bharati case (1973) regarding the challenge of constitutional amendments?

#46. Which article of the Indian Constitution allows restrictions on Fundamental Rights for members of armed forces and police forces?

#47. Which of the following conditions must be met for a foreigner holding an office of profit under state to accept a title from a foreign state?

#48. What was the source of inspiration for the framers of the Indian Constitution while including Fundamental Rights?

#49. What is meant by stating that Fundamental Rights are "justiciable"?

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