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Writ of ‘Habeas Corpus’ is applicable even to those persons who are detained under preventive detention law like MISA, POTA, TADA etc.

[0.07] Indian Constitution
Chapter: [0.07] Indian Constitution
Concept: Characteristics of Indian Constitution

Twelfth schedule in the constitution was added by the 73rd Amendment Act 1992.

[0.09] Local self-government
Chapter: [0.09] Local self-government
Concept: 73rd Amendments

What does Single Citizenship mean as one of the features of the Indian Constitution?

[0.07] Indian Constitution
Chapter: [0.07] Indian Constitution
Concept: Characteristics of Indian Constitution

Which type of judiciary does Indian constitution establish? What does it signify?

[0.07] Indian Constitution
Chapter: [0.07] Indian Constitution
Concept: Characteristics of Indian Constitution

Differentiate between the Provisions of Part III and Part IV of the Indian Constitution.

[0.07] Indian Constitution
Chapter: [0.07] Indian Constitution
Concept: Characteristics of Indian Constitution

Briefly discuss the adverse role of Casteism in Indian Politics.

[0.1] Democracy in India - a Perspective of the Challenges Faced
Chapter: [0.1] Democracy in India - a Perspective of the Challenges Faced
Concept: Challenges Faced by the Indian Democracy - Caste

State one reason why minorities should be properly represented in legislatures.

[0.04] The Legislature
Chapter: [0.04] The Legislature
Concept: Legislative Functions

Explain what is meant by the constituent function of the Legislature.

[0.04] The Legislature
Chapter: [0.04] The Legislature
Concept: Legislative Functions

What is meant by single citizenship as a salient feature of the Constitution of India?

[0.07] Indian Constitution
Chapter: [0.07] Indian Constitution
Concept: Salient Features of the Indian Constitution - Written and Comprehensive

Explain the meaning of communalism, in the Indian context.

[0.1] Democracy in India - a Perspective of the Challenges Faced
Chapter: [0.1] Democracy in India - a Perspective of the Challenges Faced
Concept: Challenges Faced by the Indian Democracy - Communalism

Discuss any three features of a liberal democratic state.

[0.01] Forms of Government
Chapter: [0.01] Forms of Government
Concept: Liberal Democratic State

Distinguish between a flexible constitution and a rigid constitution.

[0.02] Constitution
Chapter: [0.02] Constitution
Concept: Kinds of Constitutions - Written and Unwritten, Rigid and Flexible, Enacted and Evolved

Distinguish between the bi-party system and a multi-party system.

[0.02] Constitution
Chapter: [0.02] Constitution
Concept: Kinds of Constitutions - Written and Unwritten, Rigid and Flexible, Enacted and Evolved

Answer the question briefly.

Explain the following kinds of constitutions : 
(i) Written
(ii) Unwritten
(iii) Enacted
(iv) Evolved

[0.02] Constitution
Chapter: [0.02] Constitution
Concept: Kinds of Constitutions - Written and Unwritten, Rigid and Flexible, Enacted and Evolved

Answer the question briefly.
Is the distinction between a written constitution and an unwritten constitution a real one? Discuss.

[0.02] Constitution
Chapter: [0.02] Constitution
Concept: Kinds of Constitutions - Written and Unwritten, Rigid and Flexible, Enacted and Evolved

Discuss three important functions of the Executive.

[0.05] The Executive
Chapter: [0.05] The Executive
Concept: Functions of Executive

How is judicial independence ensured in the Constitution of the United States ?

[0.06] The Judiciary
Chapter: [0.06] The Judiciary
Concept: Conditions of Independence of Judiciary

Answer the question.
Discuss any three salient features of the Constitution of India.

[0.07] Indian Constitution
Chapter: [0.07] Indian Constitution
Concept: Salient Features of the Indian Constitution - Written and Comprehensive

Answer the question.
Explain any three rights conferred under the Right to Freedom of Religion in the Constitution of India. (Articles 25-28).

[0.08] Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles
Chapter: [0.08] Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles
Concept: Fundamental Rights in the Indian Constitution

Explain the rights conferred under Right to Freedom (Article 19). 

[0.08] Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles
Chapter: [0.08] Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles
Concept: Fundamental Rights in the Indian Constitution
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