CONSTITUION OF INDIA
CONSTITUION OF INDIA

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Saturday, 19 March 2011 09:10

CONSTITUTION OF INDIA

Written by Administrator

1.    Sovereignty as per the Constitution of India belongs to:-
(a)    The president of India
(b)    The parliament of India
(c)    The people of India
(d)    Executive, judiciary and legislature.
2.    The Supreme Court has traced the right to privacy in:
(a)    Article 21
(b)    Article 19
(c)    Article 14
(d)    Article 22
3.    The Information Technology Act, 2000 has been enacted by our Parliament:
(a)    On the basis of a Resolution of the U.N. General Assembly
(b)    On the advice of the President of India
(c)    As directed by the Supreme Court
(d)    On request from the State of Karnataka.
4.    The Constitution of India came into force on:
(a)    26 Nov. 1949
(b)    15 Aug. 1947
(c)    30 Jan. 1948
(d)    26 Jan. 1950.
5.    On the event of the death of the President, the Vice President holds that office upto a maximum period of:
(a)    One year
(b)    Two years
(c)    Nine years
(d)    Six months.

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Ans.    1. (a)    2.  (a)         3. (a)         4. (d)       5.(d)

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