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Q1. Which of the following amendments cannot be done by Simple majority in the two houses of the Parliament?

1. English as a language of the Parliament.
2. Citizenship provision.
3. Scope of the executive power of the Union.

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Q2. Consider the following statements:

1. Parliament has unlimited powers to amend any part of the constitution without any restriction.
2. All amendments are subject to the Judicial Review power of the courts except the ones that are regarding executive structure of the constitution.
3. State Legislatures can also initiate constitutional amendments.

Which of the above statement(s) is/are correct?

 
 
 
 

Q3. Which of the following are fundamental to Governance of India?

 
 
 
 

Q4. Put the following cases in Chronological Order.

1. Minerva Mill Case
2. Kesavanath Bharathi Case
3. Golak Nath Case
4. Champakam Dorairajan Case

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Q5. What is the present Order of Precedence if there is a conflict between Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP) and Fundamental Rights (FR)?

1. DPSP except 39(b) and 39(c)
2. FR 14 and 19
3. FR except 14 and 19
4. DPSP 39(b) and 39(c)

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