Which of the following Charter Act defined the constitutional position of British in India?
The legislative powers of the presidencies of Bombay and madras which were taken away by the charter act of 1833, were restored to them by?
Which of the following acts known as Morley-Minto reform?
‘Right to Education’ is a Fundamental Right under Article 21 which deals with ‘Right to Life because
The Fundamental Right to Freedom in Indian Constitution literally do not include:
Right to Freedom under Article 19 of the Indian Constitution does not include −
The Directive Principles of State Policy were borrowed from which Constitution?
Directive Principles of State Policy are similar to:
The executive organ of the State refers to
The executive head of the state government is -
A money bill can be introduced in the Indian parliament in:
The upper house of Indian Parliament is known as________?
Find approximate values
Finance commission consists of____
The role of judiciary is……….?
Which among the following describes the system of Judiciary in India correctly?
National Emergency can remain for:
When was the Second National Emergency declared ?
What is Panchayati Raj?
The system of Panchayati Raj involves: