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Tuesday, 18 December 2018

Constitution of India- Questions and Answers 64

1656. The writ which has the meaning "we com­mand": 
Mandamus

1657. The right to issue writ of mandamus is vested with the supreme court or high court

1658. The writ that can be issued by the supreme court or high court to the lower court or tribunal or public authority to do a statu­tory duty or public duty: 
Mandamus 

1659. The writ which popularly known as 'stay order' : 
Writ of prohibition 

1660. The writ which is issued by a higher court to lower court when the lower court is exceeding its jurisdiction or there is no jurisdiction: 
Writ of prohibition 

1661. At present the number of fundamental rights included in the constitution: 

1662. At the time of commencement of the constitution the number of fundamental rights were 

1663. By which amendment right to property excluded from the fundamental right: 
25th amendment of 1971 

1664. The amendment which changed right to property as a legal right: 
44th amendment of 1978 

1665. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar is known as: 
The father of fundamental rights 

1666. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel is known as: 
The Chief Architect of Fundamental rights. 

1667. Which Indian artist decorated the hand written copy of the Constitution?
Nandalal Bose 

1668. Which Article of the Indian Constitution states that the 'State shall endeavour to protect & improve the environment and to safeguard the forests and wildlife of the country'?
Article 48 A 

1669. Which is the last formed High Court of india? 
High Court of Tripura

1670. Which Article of the Constitu­tion includes the Fundamental Duties? 
Article 51A

1671. Which part of the Constitu­tion is known as the 'Corner­stone of the Constitution'?
Part III (Fundamental Rights)

1672. In Lok Sabha elections, a can­didate cannot compete more than constituencies at a
time. 
Two 

1673. Who decides that whether a bill is Money Bill or not?
Lok Sabha Speaker 

1674. Which Constitutional Amend­ment of 1988 reduced the voting age from 21 years to 18?
Sixty-first Amendment 

1675. Who was the first President of India to be elected unop­posed?
Neelam Sanjiva Reddy 

1676.  Which part of the Constitu­tion is described as 'a cheque payable of its fund permits'? 
Directive Principles

1677. What is often called as the 'Identity Card' of the Constitu­tion? 
Preamble 

1678. Which was the 25th state of India? 
Goa

1679. The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act came to effect on ? 
1st April 2010 

1680. Which commission recom­mended the 10+2+3 pattern education system in India?
Kothari Commission 

1681. Which Indian Prime Minister abolished Privy Purse?
Indira Gandhi 

1682. Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana Scheme was launched on the birth anniversary of ?
Jayaprakash Narayan 

1683. Rashtriya Ekta Divas is ob­served on the birth anniversary of ?
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel 

1684. Who was the first Acting President of India? 
V.V. Giri

1685. Who was the first person to re­sign from the central cabinet?
RK. Shanmugham Chetti
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