- The members of Rajya Sabha are elected by –
Ans. Elected members of the legislative assembly.
- Who has the power to decide an election petition –
Ans. High Courts.
- The right to vote is what kind of right –
Ans. Constitutional right.
- The procedure to remove the chief justice of India is called –
- In which case was the doctrine of basic structure propounded by the Supreme court of India –
Ans. Keshavananda Bharti v. The State of Kerala.
- The tenure of office of the members of Lok Sabha id for the period of how many years –
Ans. 5 years.
- How many numbers of writs can be prayed to the Supreme Courts or the High Courts –
- How many numbers of writs can be issued by the Supreme Court or the High courts –
- The first Law minister of India was –
Ans. Dr. Ambedkar.
- The constitutional law bench of the Supreme court is presided by minimum of how many judges –
- The members of State Commission can be removed by whom –
Ans. By the President on report by the Supreme Court.
- After taking who’s advice the President can dissolve the Lok Sabha –
Ans. Prime Minster.
- What is Magna Carta –
Ans. It is the first English Legal Charter relating to the fundamental rights of the citizens.
- The value of the position of a Chief Minster is similar to the value of which post –
Ans. The Prime minister.
- Members of Rajya Sabha are elected for a term of how many years –
Ans. Six Years.
- What is the usual punishment for the crime of Murder –
Ans. Life Imprisonment.
- Which case is popularly also known as the Mandal Case?
Ans. Indira Sawhney v. The Union of India.
- What is meant by Parole ?
Ans. The release of the prisoner before the completion of his actual sentence.
- The basis of a Fiduciary Relationship is what ?
- Who is an Abettor ?
Ans. A person who aids the commission of an offense.
- The decision given by a competent court is called what?