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Practice Indian Politics Online Test 5 | Englishfreetest.com

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A.a sovereign, socialist and democratic republic
B.a sovereign, socialist, secular and democratic republic
C.a sovereign republic with a socialist pattern of society
D.a socialist, secular and democratic republic
A.Hindustan or Bharatavarsha
B.India or Hindustan
C.India or Bharat
D.Bharatadesh or India
A.violating the constitution
B.disregarding Parliament
C.for not taking the prime minister's advice
D.All of the above
A.the speaker
B.the prime minister
C.the prime minister and the leader of the Opposition in Lok Sabha
D.None of the above
A.sovereignty
B.bicameral legislature
C.a high court exclusively of its own
D.None of the above
A.the speech by Jawaharlal Nehru on the banks of Ravi when he called for Purana Swaraj
B.the Nehru report
C.a resolution adopted at the Karachi session of the Indian National Congress
D.the Objectives Resolution adopted by the Constituent Assembly
A.two and one respectively
B.three and one respectively
C.four and one respectively
D.equal members for both the Houses
A.Supreme Court of India
B.High Court of the state
C.Committee appointed by the president
D.None of the above
A.the judges in India cannot question the fairness or validity of a law, provided it is within the limits of the constitution
B.judges in India can question the fairness or validity of an undue law even if it is within the limits of the constitution
C.judges in India can declare a law invalid simply because in their opinion the law is not due or is unjust
D.None of the above
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