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Tuesday, 18 December 2018

Constitution of India- Questions and Answers 62

1596. 42nd amendment is known as mini con­stitution of india 

1597. The proposal to include the word fraternity was put forward by B.R. Ambedkar 

1598. The preamble of the constitution was amended in 1976 (42nd amendment) 

1599. The language of preamble to the Indian constitution is taken from Australian con­stitution 

1600. The ideals of justice-social, economic & political -rnentioned in the preamble has been taken from Russian revolution 


1601. Part III of the constitution deals with fun­damental rights 

1602. India borrowed the concept of fundamental rights from USA 

1603. Article 12 to 35 of the constitution deals with fundamental rights 

1604. The power to impose reasonable restric­tions on fundamental rights are vested with The President 

1605. Article 14-18 of the constitution deals with right to equality 

1606.  Article 15 says that there is 'No Discrimina­tion on Grounds of Religion, Race, Caste, Sex, Place of Birth or any of them' 

1607. Article 16 guarantees- right to equality of opportunity in public employment 

1608. As per fundamental rights the government can make special provisions for women and children against exploitation 

1609. Abolition of untouchability is dealt under Article 17 

1610. Article 18 of the constitution describes about abolition of titles 

1611. Article 14 guarantees equality before law and equal protection of law
1612. Judiciary is known as guardian of fundamental rights 

1613. The objective behind fundamental rights under the constitution is to ensure individual liberty 

1614. The fundamental right which was later omitted from the constitution is right to property

1615. The fundamental rights can be partly suspended during the proclamation of national emergency 

1616. Article 31 (right to property) was omitted from fundamental rights by 25th amend­ment of the constitution 

1617. The right that cannot be suspended during the proclamation of national emergency is right to life 

1618. Article 352 says right to life cannot be sus­pended during emergency is in operation 

1619. The 86th amendment made right to edu­cation a fundamental right 

1620. Right to equality includes five types of rights 

1621. The six types of fundamental freedoms guaranteed by the constitution: 
(a) To freedom of speech and expression,
(b) To assemble peaceably and without arms
(c) To form associations or unions 
(d) To move freely throughout the territory of India
(e) To reside and settle in any part of the territory of India
(g) To practise any profession, or to carry on any occupation, trade or business. 

1622. If there is any violation of fundamental rights the remedy can be available through judiciary 

1623. Article 29 and 30 of the constitution deals with cultural and educational rights 

1624. As per right to freedom of religion every person has a right to profess, practice or propagate any religion at his choice 

1625. Right to constitutional remedy is known as the heart and soul of the Indian constitution 
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