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211 “Residuary powers” under the Indian Constitution means
A The powers relating to International Affairs
B The powers relating to International Emergency
C The powers, which can be exercised both by the Union Government and the State
D The powers, which have not been specifically enumerated in the Union List, State List and Concurrent List

Answer: Option [D]
212 Where do we find the ideals of Indian democracy in the Constitution ?
A The Preamble
B Part III
C Part IV
D Part I

Answer: Option [A]
213 Which Article of the Indian Constitution directs the State Governments to organize Village Panchayats ?
A Article 32
B Article 37
C Article 40
D Article 51

Answer: Option [C]
214 Which Article empowers the President to impose Financial Emergency ?
A Article 356
B Article 364
C Article 352
D Article 360

Answer: Option [D]
215 Which Article of the Indian Constitution empowers the Parliament to regulate right of citizenship ?
A Article 10
B Article 11
C Article 12
D Article 13

Answer: Option [B]
216 Which of the following would be called a “Secular” state ?
A The state which is anti-religion
B The state which follows a particular religion
C The state which does not discriminate between religions
D The state which accepts all religions as religions of state

Answer: Option [C]
217 Which Amendment Act of the Indian Constitution gave constitutional status to Panchayati Raj System ?
A 71st
B 72nd
C 73rd
D 74th

Answer: Option [C]
218 The method of amending the Constitution by popular veto is found in
A Britain
B Switzerland
C Russia
D India

Answer: Option [B]
219 Special status to Jammu and Kashmir is given by the Indian Constitution under the article
A 364
B 368
C 370
D 377

Answer: Option [C]
220 The unification of Karnataka was achieved in the year
A 1956
B 1957
C 1958
D 1960

Answer: Option [A]

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