Assistant Constitution

Indian Constitution – 07

മൗലികാവകാശങ്ങൾ, റിട്ടുകൾ എന്നീ പ്രധാന ഭാഗങ്ങളുമായി ബന്ധപ്പെട്ട ചോദ്യങ്ങളാണ് ഇന്നത്തെ പാഠത്തിൽ ഉൾപ്പെടുത്തിയിരിക്കുന്നത്

  • Article called as foundation of Fundamental rights

Article 21


  • Which article provides protection for life and personal liberty

Article 21


  • Kerala High court ban smoking at public place by which article

Article 21


  • No of Fundamental Freedoms guaranteed by Article 19



  • Fundamental Freedoms guaranteed by Article 19

(1) Speech and expression, (2) To assemble peacefully without arms, (3) to form associations or unions or co-operative societies (4) to move throughout the territory of India (5) to reside and settle in any part of the territory of India (6) to practice any profession, occupation, trade or business


  • Freedom of press implicitly included in which article

Article 19 (Freedom of Speech and expression)


  • What is called as the Fourth estate



  • Which article provides protection against arbitrary and excessive punishment to an accused person

Article 20


  • Which article provides prohibits double Jeopardy (Punishment for same offence more than once)

Article 20


  • Which article provides prohibits Self-incrimination (Compelled to be witness against himself)

Article 20


  • Which article deals with Right to free and compulsory education to all children under the age of 6 to 14

Article 21A


  • Right to Education become a fundamental right by which Amendment act

86th Amendment act of 2002 (93rd bill)


  • Which article provides protection against arbitrary arrest and preventive detention

Article 22


  • As per article 22, an arrested person must be produced before the Magistrate before

24 Hours


  • How many days a person can be kept in Preventive Detention without trial

Three months


  • Which article prohibits traffic in human beings and other forms of forced labour

Article 23


  • Which article prohibits employment of children under the age of 14 (Child labour)

Article 24


  • Wold day against child labour

June 12


  • Label gives for the products without Child labour



  • The man behind the idea of giving Rugmark

Kailash Satyarthi


  • Rugmark is now known as



  • Organization started by Kailash Satyarthi to prevent Child labour

Bachpan Bachao Andolan


  • Indian who leading the global organization “Global march against child labour”

Kailash Satyarthi


  • Which article provides protection of interests of minorities

Article 29


  • Which article provide the right of minorities to establish and administer educational institutions

Article 30


  • Ambedkar called which article as “the fundamental of fundamental rights” and “The heart and soul of the constitution”

Article 32


  • Who have the privilege to modify fundamental rights



  • Who is responsible to withdraw fundamental rights at the time of emergency



  • Fundamental rights, which can not be cancelled even at the time of emergency

Article 20 and 21


  • Guardian of fundamental rights



  • Orders issued by the courts for the enforcement of Fundamental rights called



  • Courts having the authority to issue writs

Supreme court and High Courts


  • How many types of writs are there



  • Five categories of writs are

Habeas Corpus, Mandamus, Quo-Warranto, Prohibition, Certiorari


  • Meaning of the Latin word Habeas Corpus

“To have the body” or “to produce the body”


  • The writ known as the protector of personal freedom

Habeas Corpus


  • The writ of Habeas Corpus is first appeared in

Magna Carta of 1215


  • First written document relating to the fundamental rights of citizen

Magna Carta


  • Meaning of the word Mandamus

“We command”


  • Writ issued by court to a public official asking him to perform his duties



  • The writ cannot be issued against a private individual, President and Vice President



  • Meaning of the word Quo-Warranto

“By what authority”


  • Writ issued by court to inquire into the legality of the claim of a person to a public office



  • Writ issued by Supreme court or High court to lower courts to prevent from exceeding its jurisdiction



  • The writ that can be issued against judicial and quasi-judicial authorities



  • Meaning of the word Certiorari

“To be certified” or “to be informed”


  • Writ issued by Supreme court or High court to lower courts to transfer a pending case to the higher court for review


(To be Continued…)