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6th Dec, 2021 Current Affairs Quiz

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Q1. Which of the following factors limit the sovereignty of Indian Parliament:

1) Written Nature of the Constitution

2) Federal System of Government

3) System of Judicial Review

4) Fundamental Rights

5) Fundamental Duties

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Q2. Consider the following statements regarding Parliamentary Privileges:

1) The Constitution provides Parliamentary privileges to the members of both the houses of parliament and not their committees.

2) The Constitution has also extended the parliamentary privileges to those persons who are entitled to speak in the proceedings of a House of Parliament.

3) The parliamentary privileges do not extend to the president of India.

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Q3. The act created for the first time, a Government of India having authority over the entire territorial area possessed by the British in India

A. Charter Act of 1833

B. Act of 1891

C. Act of 1909

D. Government of India Act 1935

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Q4. The “Sovereignty” of India means:

1) No external power can dictate to the government of India.

2) Citizens cannot be discriminated against on any grounds

3) There is freedom of speech and expression for Indian citizens.

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Q5. Which of the following statement is not correct:

A. Fundamental Rights are not sacrosanct

B. Fundamental Rights promote the ideal of political democracy

C. The six rights guaranteed by Article 19 can be suspended when the emergency is declared on the grounds of external aggression and armed rebellion

D. Laws made to enforce fundamental rights can be made only by the parliament and not by state legislatures

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Q6. For which of the following Committees, the Chairman is invariably from the Ruling Party:

A. Estimates Committee

B. Public Accounts Committee

C. Committee on Public Undertakings

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Q7. The Lieutenant Governor of a Union Territory is empowered to promulgate ordinances only:

1) When the assembly is dissolved

2) With the prior permission of the President

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Q8. Consider the following statements regarding office of the Attorney General (AG):

1) He must be a person who is qualified to be appointed a judge of the Supreme Court

2) He works under the Ministry of Law and Justice reporting to the Union Law Minister.

3) The term of office of the AG is fixed by the Constitution.

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Q9. Consider the following statements regarding One Nation, One Ration Card (ONORC) system:

1) The ONORC scheme is aimed at enabling migrant workers and their family members to buy subsidised ration from any fair price shop anywhere in the country under the National Food Security Act, 2013.

2) ONORC is based on technology that involves details of beneficiaries’ ration card, Aadhaar number, and electronic Points of Sale (ePoS).

3) Till date, less than half of states and Union Territories have joined the ONORC.

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Q10. In its present form, Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act contains which of the following:

1) Punishment for terrorist acts and activities.

2) Punishment for acts threatening India’s security, including its economic security

3) Provisions to prevent the use of funds for terrorist purposes, including money laundering.