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#1. Why is the phrase 'Union of States' preferred over 'Federation of States' in the Indian Constitution?

#2. What does Article 1 of the Indian Constitution describe India as?

#3. Why did the Linguistic Provinces Committee, headed by Jawaharlal Nehru, Vallabhbhai Patel, and Pattabhi Sitaramayya, come into existence in December 1948?

#4. What were the major territorial changes brought about by the States Reorganisation Act of 1956?

#5. Which of the following is NOT mentioned in Article 2 of the Indian Constitution?

#6. How many princely states were given the option to join either India, Pakistan, or remain independent at the time of independence?

#7. What does Article 4 of the Indian Constitution state regarding laws related to the admission or establishment of new states and changes to state boundaries?

#8. Which linguistic state was created in October 1953 as a result of popular agitation and the hunger strike of Potti Sriramulu?

#9. How can a boundary dispute between India and another country be settled, according to the Supreme Court's ruling of 1969?

#10. What is the primary authority given to Parliament under Article 3 of the Indian Constitution?

#11. What major factor did the Fazl Ali Commission identify as essential for any scheme of state reorganization?

#12. Which of the following is NOT one of the categories of Indian territory mentioned in Article 1(3)?

#13. What was the primary objective of the Linguistic Provinces Commission chaired by S K Dhar in 1948?

#14. Which of the following is NOT within the powers granted by Article 3 to Parliament?

#15. Why is India described as an "indestructible union of destructible states" in contrast to the United States?

#16. How many categories does Article 1 of the Indian Constitution classify the territory of India into?

#17. What is the basis of the division of India into different states?

#18. What conditions are laid down in Article 3 regarding the changes to states' territories and names?

#19. Which princely state was integrated into India through a process called "police action"?

#20. Part-C states in the Indian Constitution of 1950 included which types of regions?

#21. How was the integration of the princely state of Junagarh into India resolved?

#22. What does Article 3 of the Indian Constitution primarily deal with?

#23. Which constitutional amendment was enacted to transfer the territory known as Berubari Union to Pakistan?


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