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Tuesday, 18 December 2018

Constitution of India- Questions and Answers 52

1296. Britain is following an unwritten consti­tution 

1297. Indian parliament is following the principle of bicameralism 

1298. Government of India Act, 1935 is known as the blueprint of the Indian constitution 

1299. Constitution of India is considered to be the supreme law of the land 

1300.  As per the preamble of our constitution, it secures 'justice, liberty, equality and fraternity to all the citizens of India

1301.  An Indian citizen enjoys both civil and political rights

1302.  Part II of the Indian Constitution deals with citizenship 

1303.  Articles 5 to 11 of the constitution de­scribes about citizenship 

1304.  Indian constitution allows single citizen­ship 

1305. The idea for single citizenship is borrowed from Britain 

1306.  The expression 'socialist' in the preamble added by taking the views of Marx and Gandhi

1307.  The preamble to the Indian constitution envisages that it shall stand part of the constitution 

1308. Part 1 of the Indian Constitution deals with the union and its territory

1309. Article 2 of the constitution deals with the admission or establishment of new states 

1310. Article 5 of the constitution of India deals with citizenship at the time of commencement of the constitution

1311. As per article 5 of the Indian constitution every person who is a domicile in India
includes a person who was born in the territory of India, either of whose par­ents was born in the territory of India or who has been ordinarily resident in the territory of India for not less than five years immediately preceding such commencement

1312. Rights of citizenship of certain persons who have migrated to India from Paki­
stan is dealt under Article 6 

1313. How many ways are there to get Indian citizenship 
- Five 

1314. The ways in which one can obtain citizenship: 
Citizenship by birth, Citizenship by descent, Citizenship by registra­tion, Citizenship by naturalisation and Citizenship by incorporation of territory. 

1315. The ways in which one can lose his citizenship: 
by renunciation, by deprivation and by the termination 

1316. Who is considered as the first citizen of India 
- The President 

1317. After the death of G.V. Mava­lankar, who became the Speaker of the First Lok Sabha? 
M.A. Ayyangar

1318. Who elected Dr Rajendra Prasad as the first President of India?
Constituent Assembly 

1319. In the Indian national flag, what does Ashoka's wheel represent? 
Wheel of Dharma

1320. A person must have attained the age of for the candidature in a panchayat election. 
21 years

1321. The concept of a linguistic state was supported by?
Simon Commission Report 

1322. What is the number of seats al­lotted to Schedule Tribes in Lok Sabha? 
47

1323. Who was the first woman judge of the Supreme Court of India?
Fatima Beevi 

1324. Who can extend the jurisdiction of the High Court? 
Parliament

1325. The period for which a person has to reside in India before he or she qualifies to acquire citizenship by registration: 
5 years
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