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#1. What does "liberty" in the Indian context refer to?

#2. How did the economic policy reforms in India in 1991 impact the socialist characteristics of the Indian state?

#3. What is the concept of secularism embodied in the Indian Constitution?

#4. Which Amendment Act added the term 'Secular' to the Preamble of the Indian Constitution?

#5. How does Indian socialism differ from communistic socialism (state socialism)?

#6. Which case confirmed that the Preamble is an integral part of the Constitution?

#7. What type of democracy does the Indian Constitution primarily establish?

#8. Which of the following best describes the concept of liberty in the Indian Constitution?

#9. How does the Constitution promote the feeling of fraternity?

#10. What was the Supreme Court's stance on the status of the Preamble in the Berubari Union case (1960)?

#11. What does "economic justice" aim to eliminate?

#12. What does "political justice" imply in the context of the Preamble?

#13. What does it mean that the Preamble is "non-justiciable"?

#14. How many times has the Preamble been amended in the Indian Constitution?

#15. What is the source of authority of the Indian Constitution as mentioned in the Preamble?

#16. In the Kesavananda Bharati case (1973), what did the Supreme Court conclude about the Preamble?

#17. Which term denotes a combination of both social justice and economic justice?

#18. Where did the ideals of liberty, equality, and fraternity in the Indian Preamble originate from?

#19. What does "equality" in the Indian context refer to?

#20. What is the significance of India declaring its full membership in the Commonwealth of Nations?

#21. Which doctrine is the foundation of Indian democratic polity?

#22. How is liberty secured to Indian citizens as mentioned in the Preamble?

#23. What is the specific date mentioned in the Preamble as the date of adoption of the Indian Constitution?

#24. What does "social justice" in the Indian context refer to?

#25. How does India's membership in the United Nations Organization (UNO) impact its sovereignty?

#26. What were the three new words added to the Preamble by the 42nd Constitutional Amendment Act of 1976?

#27. As a sovereign state, what can India do regarding its territory?

#28. What does "republic" imply about political sovereignty in India?

#29. What is the primary difference between a monarchy and a republic?

#30. In which case did the question of whether the Preamble could be amended under Article 368 of the Constitution first arise?

#31. What does "fraternity" in the Indian context mean?

#32. From where did the Indian Constitution draw the ideal of justice—social, economic, and political?

#33. What did the Supreme Court conclude in the Kesavananda Bharati case regarding the Preamble's amendability?

#34. What term was added to the Preamble of the Indian Constitution by the 42nd Amendment Act (1976)?


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