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Indian Constitution – 06

ഇന്ത്യൻ ഭരണഘടനയിൽ പൗരത്വത്തെ കുറിച്ച് പ്രതിപാദിക്കുന്ന രണ്ടാം ഭാഗം, മൗലിക അവകാശങ്ങളെ കുറിച്ച് പ്രതിപാദിക്കുന്ന മൂന്നാം ഭാഗം എന്നിവയാണ് ഇന്നത്തെ പാഠത്തിൽ ഉൾക്കൊള്ളിച്ചിരിക്കുന്നത് .

  • Part 2 of Indian constitution deals with

Citizenship (Article 5 to 11)

 

  • Fundamental rights reserved only for citizens of India

Article 15, 16, 19, and 30

 

  • Indian citizenship act passed by Indian Parliament in

1955

 

  • Who is responsible to make modifications in citizenship

Indian Parliament

 

  • How many ways a person can acquire Indian citizenship

Five

 

  • Five ways to acquire Indian citizenship

(1) By Birth. (2) By Descent, (3) By Registration, (4) By Naturalization, (5) By Incorporation of Territory

 

  • No of years a person should live in India to apply for citizenship through registration

Five years

 

  • How many ways a person can lose Indian citizenship

Three

 

  • Three ways to lose Indian citizenship

(1) Renunciation, (2) Termination, (3) Deprivation

 

  • Who have the privilege to cancel Indian citizenship

Government of India

 

  • Person of Indian Origin (PIO) card scheme introduced by govt of India in

1999

 

  • Person of Indian Origin (PIO) card scheme came into effect on

2002

 

  • Who are eligible for Person of Indian Origin (PIO) card

Non-Indian to prove his Indian origin up to Four generations before or a spouse of Citizen of India

 

  • Person of Indian Origin (PIO) card is issuing for how many years

Lifetime (Initially it was 15 years)

 

  • Overseas citizenship of India (OCI) came into effect through which act

Citizenship amendment act 2004

 

  • OCI extended to PIO’s of any country except Pakistan and Bangladesh by

Citizenship amendment act 2005

 

  • Part 3 of Indian constitution deals with

Fundamental Rights (Article 12 to 35)

 

  • Father of fundamental rights in India

Sardar Vallabhai Patel

 

  • Guardians of fundamental rights in India

The Supreme court and the High courts

 

  • Which part of the constitution is called as the “Magnacarta of India” and the “Keystone of the constitution”

Part 3

 

  • The Supreme court issuing writs for the enforcement of fundamental rights by which article

Article 32

 

  • The High court issuing writs for the enforcement of fundamental rights by which article

Article 226

 

  • For the enforcement of a legal right a person can go to which court in India

Lower courts (He can go to High court and Supreme court only through appeal)

 

  • Number of fundamental rights in original constitution

Seven

 

  • Fundamental right, which deleted from the constitution

Right to Property (Article 31)

 

  • Right to Property was deleted from the constitution by which amendment act

44th constitutional amendment act of 1978

 

  • Which government deleted Right to Property from the constitution

Janata Government of Morarji Desai

 

  • At present, Right to Property is considered as

Legal right (Article 300A, Part 12)

 

  • Right to Property was deleted from the constitution by which amendment act

44th

 

  • Six Fundamental rights offered by the Indian constitution

(1) Right to Equality, (2) Right to Freedom, (3) Right against Exploitation, (4) Right to Freedom of religion, (5) Cultural and educational rights, (6) Right to Constitutional Remedies

 

  • Articles dealing with Right to Equality

Articles 14 to 18

 

  • Articles dealing with Right to Freedom

Articles 19 to 22

 

  • Articles dealing with Right against Exploitation

Articles 23 and 24

 

  • Articles dealing with Right to Freedom of Religion

Articles 25 to 28

 

  • Articles dealing with Cultural and Educational Rights

Articles 29 and 30

 

  • Article dealing with Right to Constitutional Remedies

Articles 32

 

  • Which Article says all persons are equal before law and entitled to equal protection of the laws

Articles 14

 

  • Article dealing with rule of law

Articles 14

 

  • Which Article prohibits the discrimination on grounds only of religion, race, caste, sex and place of birth

Articles 15

 

  • Article which gives special consideration to women and children

Articles 15

 

  • Which Article provide equality of opportunities in matter of public employment

Articles 16

 

  • Which Article abolishes untouchability and forbids its practice in any form

Articles 17

 

  • Which Article passed with cries of “Mahatma Gandhi ki Jai”

Articles 17

 

  • Which Article abolishes titles, except military or academic

Articles 18


(To be Continued…)