From which Constitution of the world have we borrowed the concept of Fundamental Rights? (a) U.K. (b) Canada (c) Russia (d) U.S.A.3 7844
In the Indian Constitution the Fundamental Rights have been included in (a) Part IV of the Constitution (b) Part III of the Constitution (c) Part II of the Constitution (d) Part V of the Constitution1 2572
The Fundamental Rights granted to the Indian citizens are (a) Justiciable (b) Non-justiciable (c) Sometimes justiciable and sometimes non-justiciable (d) None of the above
Justiciable means that a citizen can seek the assistance of (a) Minister of Law for the enforcement of his Fundamental Rights (b) Courts for enforcement of his Fundamental Rights (c) President of India to enforce his Fundamental Rights (d) None of the above1 2965
The Fundamental Rights granted to the Indian citizens are (a) Absolute (b) Always absolute (c) Not absolute (d) None of these2 3643
Can certain restrictions be placed on the Fundamental Rights of the citizens in the interests of security of the State, public order or to prevent incitement to an offence, etc.? (a) Yes (b) No (c) Never (d) None of these1 2294
Can certain restrictions be placed on the Fundamental Rights of the citizens to maintain public decency or morality? (a) Never (b) No (c) Yes (d) None of these1 2365
The Fundamental Rights granted by the Constitution of India are not enforceable through Article 32 against (a) Central Government (b) State Government (c) District Boards (d) Private Individuals1 3386
The rights granted by Part III of the Constitution are restricted if martial law is in operation by virtue of (a) Article 13 (b) Article 20 (c) Article 21 (d) Article 331 2489
The Fundamental Rights granted to the Indian citizens (a) Cannot be suspended (b) Can be suspended (c) Can never be suspended under any circumstances (d) None of the above is correct1 2774
The Fundamental Rights can be suspended during an emergency by the President of India under Article (a) 360 of the Indian Constitution (b) 361 of the Indian Constitution (c) 358 of the Indian Constitution (d) 359 of the Indian Constitution2 16627
Natural rights are the inherent rights which man is supposed to have enjoyed in the (a) City-states (b) Pastoral societies (c) State of nature (d) Ancient states1 2537
Does our Constitution provide for the Natural Rights? (a) Yes (b) No (c) Sometimes (d) None of these1 2208
The right to work has (a) Been granted to the citizens under our Constitution (b) Not been granted to the citizens under our Constitution (c) Been included in our Constitution in Part III (d) None of these1 3169
Is there any provision for any duties for the citizens in our Constitution? (a) No (b) Yes (c) Duties were not included in our Constitution when it was passed originally (d) None of these1 2191
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