Indian Constitution and Politics Question and Answer


41. In India the power of amnesty has been given to the

  1. President
  2. Prime Minister
  3. Chief of the army
  4. Parliament

42. In the Indian federal system, residuary powers rest with the

  1. Local government
  2. State
  3. Judiciary
  4. Centre

43. India is a Republic in the sense that

  1. it has an elected Head of the state
  2. it has an elected Head of the Government
  3. it has a bi-cameral legislature
  4. it has sovereign power

44. India that is Bharat shall be a union of states. From which Constitution was adopted the words union of states?

  1. US
  2. France
  3. Swiss
  4. Canada

45. Judge of the Supreme Court can be removed from offices by

  1. Executive order
  2. Impeachment
  3. Judicial order
  4. Bureaucracy

46. Keshavananda Bharati case was associated with

  1. Fundamental Rights
  2. Directive Principles of State Policy
  3. State right
  4. Armed rebellion

47. Madan Mohan Punchi commission was appointed to study

  1. Centre-state relations
  2. State reorganization
  3. Panchayat Raj
  4. delimitation of constituencies

48. Majority provisions of the Constitution of India can be amended by

  1. the Parliament
  2. The President
  3. the State Legislature
  4. the Parliament of the consent of states

49. Mandal Commission recommendations were appointed by

  1. Rajiv Gandhi
  2. A B Vajpayee
  3. P V Narasimha Rao
  4. V P Singh

50. Minto Morley Reforms is also known as

  1. Government of India Act 1919
  2. Government of India Act 1892
  3. Government of India Act 1935
  4. Government of India Act 1909
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