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Tuesday, 18 December 2018

Constitution of India- Questions and Answers 63

1626. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar termed constitutional remedies as heart and soul of the constitution 

1627. The objective behind imposing reasona­ble restrictions on the right to freedom of speech and expression is sovereignty and integrity of the country 

1628. The Parliament can amend or modify fundamental rights with special majority 

1629. Magna Carta of the liberties of Indian people fundamental rights 

1630. Article 21 A guarantees Right to education 

1631. As per constitutional law of India Article 20 and 21 is available to both Indians and foreigners 

1632. The head of the constituent assembly to finalise the part of fundamental rights was Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel 

1633. As per article 13, constitution is the su­preme law of the land

1634. Fundamental rights are considered to be one of the basic feature of Indian constitution 

1635. Right to education is both a fundamental right and human right 

1636. Right to property was excluded from the fundamental rights during the period of Morarji Desai 

1637. Right to education gives free and compul­sory education to the children under the age group of 6 to 14 years

1638. Right to freedom of religion is mentioned under Article 25 to 28 

1639. Right to freedom under the fundamental rights is not absolute 

1640. Indian constitution has borrowed the idea of suspension of fundamental rights during emergency from Germany 

1641. The controversy on using Bharat Ratna and Padma Shri as titles is related to Article 18 

1642. Article 32 gives the right to an individual to approach the supreme court directly in case of any violation of fundamental rights 

1643. Parliament is competent to amend funda­mental rights 

1644. Right to protest can be considered as a fundamental right 



1645. Right to equal pay for equal work can be read under Article 14 

1646. The court can issue writs for the protection of fundamental rights
1647. 5 types of writs are described under the constitution 

1648. The literary meaning of Habeas corpus is you may have the body 

1649. The writ that may be issued to produce a person who is in illegal detention is Habeas corpus 

1650. Fundamental rights can be enforced through a court of law 

1651. The writ which is said to be the guarantor of personal freedom is Habeas corpus 

1652. The writ which has the literal meaning 'to be certified' is writ of certiorari 

1653. A writ issued by the superior court, directing and inferior court, tribunal or other public authority to send the record of a proceeding for review: Certiorari 

1654. Literal meaning of Quo- warranto is by what warrants or what is your authority 

1655. A writ that can be issued by a supreme court or high court with a view to restrain a person from holding a public office where he has no authority to hold it:
Writ of Quo­ warranto
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