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Answer Key of legal 1001

1. C. Manusmriti
2. C. Kanuun
3. C. Reservoir of knowledge
4. D. Nibandhs
5. C. Sama Veda
6. A. Branches of law which are heard and remembered respectively
7. D. All of them contributed to the development of the Dharamsutras
8. A. Yajnavalkyasmriti
9. C. Both A and B
10. B. The Mitakshara and the Dayabhaga Schools
11. C. Bali
12. A. Eastern India, primarily Bengal
13. C. Mitakshara School
14. A. Mahabhashya
15. A. Nyaya: Gautama
16. D. Sir. BenegalNarsing Rau and therefore the Rau Committee
17. A. The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, The Hindu Succession Act,1956,the Hindu
Guardianship Act, August 1956 and Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act,1956
18. A. Marumakkathayam among the Nairs in Kerala
19. B. Strictly prohibited for all Hindus
20. C. The Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005
21. D. Adab (Etiquette )
22. A. Hanafi School
23. A. Ijtihad ( reason to interpret laws)
24. D. Jizya
25. D. Farrukhsiyar
26. B. Fatwa
27. B. Qazi
28. B. Mohammed Bin Tughlaq
29. C. Allal-ud-din Khilji
30. A. Raja Todar Mal
31. C. That Muslim in India have some additional fundamental rights as compared to Hindus
and a system of civil laws different from that of the Hindus
32. C. Dower, limited Alimony till pregnancy, Divorce and delegation of divorce
33. C. The Muslim Personal Law (Shariat) Application Act,1937
34. C. Shah Bano Begum and Daniel Latiffi cases
35. D. The All India Sunni Personal Law Board
36. A. SarlaMudgal,PresidentKalyani v. Union of India

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37. A. Deoband
38. D. MohmamedHaneefQuereshi v. State of Bihar
39. A. Mu’ahadah
40. C. Philippines
41. B. 1600
42. D. William Hastings
43. C. 1765
44. A. Making the Governors of Bombay and Madras subservient to the Governor of Calcutta
in his capacity as the Governor General
45. A. Supreme Court
46. C. The Pitts India Act,1784
47. D. The Company did not have any association with the passage of Tea Act, 1773 which
catalyzed the American Revolution
48. A. Lord Hardinge
49. A. Macaulay’s Minute
50. A. Raja Nand Kumar case
51. B. William Benidict: English Education
52. D. The Letters Patent to the effect of establishing the High Courts were given By Edward
VIII
53. B. The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council
54. B. Plassey : Warren Hastings
55. D. Treaty of Allahbad
56. A. area outside the Presidency towns
57. C. Naval superiority
58. D. None of the Above
59. D. All of them are True.
60. B. It setup the Law Commission in India
61. C. Annexing territory where there were no male heirs in a native kingdom
62. A. Trial of Europeans by Indians
63. B. Lord Ripon
64. C. The Board of Control
65. B. 1919
66. C. It allowed the Executive Council of the Governor General to induct non official
members while delebrating Legislative business
67. B. The Provincial Legislative Councils and the Bengal Chamber of Commerce
68. A. Lord Morley, Secretary of State for India and Lord Minto, the Governor General for
India
69. C. It enunciated the concept of separate communal representation for the first time
70. C. Both a and b, which are infact one and same thing
71. C. Dyarchy
72. C. The Non Co-operation Movement

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73. C. The Simon Commission


74. A. Ramsay MacDonald
75. C. The Federal Court of India
76. B. The Dominions of India and Pakistan
77. C. Jawaharlal Nehru
78. D. Sir Radcliffe
79. D. Lord Mountbatten and Mohammed Ali Jinnah
80. B. To discharge functions as the Central Legislative Assembly
81. B. Motilal Nehru
82. D. Jawaharlal Nehru
83. A. Cripps Mission
84. Asd
85. B. Delhi
86. C. 17
87. B. Lengthiest Written Constitution in the World
88. C. J.B.Kriplani
89. A. 26th November,1949
90. D. That it was to recognize Purna Swaraj Day
91. B. Committee on the Functions of the Constituent Assembly
92. B. The Preamble to the Indian Constitution
93. B. BenegalNarsing Rau
94. B. 395 Articles 12 Parts and 22 Schedules
95. A. Kashmir, Junagadh and Hyderabad
96. D. B.R Amedkar
97. D. All of these statements are correct
98. D. Committee on the Rules of Procedure
99. B. Dr.Sachinanad Sinha
100. D. Provisional Parliament and transitional provisions
101. A. We the people
102. C. A partly written partly unwritten constitution
103. D. 448 Articles 25 Parts and 12 Schedules
104. c. Directive Principles of State Policy
105. b. Only in the Union
106. d. Cabinet System: United States
107. b. Australia
108. d. All of them dealt with the preamble in the abovementioned manner
109. c. Article 13
110. d. Neither of the above
111. c. Article 29
112. d. Privy Purses
113. c. Right to Education in a limited context

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114. d. That they are justiciable in a court of law


115. d. Both a and b
116. c. Cows
117. c. Article 51
118. b. Procedure established by law
119. a. Uniform Civil Code
120. d. 50-A Creation of specialized Tribunals
121. b. Westminister Model
122. b. The Chairman of the Rajya Sabha
123. d. That there is bar as to the number of times he can seek re-election to the office
124. a. Deputy Chairperson of the NitiAyog
125. c. Prime Minister as a part of Cabinet Ministers and Ministers of State
126. d. That the Vice President comes after the Chief Justice of India in protocol
127. c. The Supreme Court of India
128. c. Article 74
129. a. To invite the Chief Minister to form a Government in a State
130. d. The power to promulgate ordinances and grant pardons and reprieves.
131. d. The Chief Justice of India
132. a. The leader of the house in the Lok Sabha
133. d. The Union Territories in India
134. c. 6 months
135. d. The President at the advice of the Prime Minister
136. d. Pleasure of the President
137. d. That the Ordinance automatically becomes law once the State Legislature comes in
session
138. a. That he is below 35 years of age
139. d. Fatima Beevi for Tamil Nadu
140. c. The Vote on Account
141. d. Money Bill
142. b. Passing the Prevention of Terrorism Act
143. b. One-third of the total number of members of the legislative assembly
144. a. The practice not taking any action on the bill by the President.
145. d. Anglo Indians
146. a. Right to sleep
147. d. Punjab
148. d. All of the above
149. c. Vote of No Confidence
150. a. Questioning wherein there are no starred or unstarred questions
151. c. The budget and the monsoon sessions
152. d. Power to dissolve the house

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153. a. Power to comment upon the working and business of the High court except in
impeachment proceedings
154. D. All of the above
155. d. All of the above are correctly matched
156. d. It can legislate in all of these situations
157. a. M.C. Chagla
158. A. When the Bill has been reserved for consideration by the President
159. c. Sikkim and Uttar Pradesh
160. a. 1
161. A. The Chamber of Princes in the Parliament House
162. B. Justice Kania
163. B. Justice Ramaswamy
164. C. Both a and b
165. A. Supreme Court Advocates case
166. D. Both of the above
167. A. Consolidated Fund of India
168. B. 4 to 26
169. C. Indira Jaisingh
170. A. Indu Malhotra
171. A. English
172. C. Disputes involving pecuniary jurisdiction of Rs10 crore and above
173. C. A person who has an experience of 4 years practice at the Supreme Court of India
174. A. Hidyatullah, CJ
175. B. KS Hegde
176. C. V.R.KrishnaIyer, J
177. C. Special Leave Petition
178. C. 5
179. D. Chandrachud,CJ
180. A. Balakishnen
181. C. Ahmedabad
182. A. Sikkim
183. D. Gauhati High Court
184. A. Art. 226
185. C. Allahabad High Court
186. C. Liela Seth
187. A. Allahabad High Court
188. D. None of the Above
189. C. Gauhati High Court
190. D. Civil Judge of the Capital city of the state
191. C. Death Sentence
192. A. Kerala High Court

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193. D. Both b and c


194. A. Right to information
195. A. Ad hoc judge of International Court of Justice
196. B. Jharkhand High Court
197. D. All of the above
198. B. Summon members State Legislatures without permission Of Speaker when House is in
session
199. B. The Governor
200. C. Pecuniary jurisdiction
201. A. Comptroller and Auditor General of India
202. A. The Prime Minister if he/she is a member of Parliament
203. D. Advocate General of the State
204. B. Deputy Prime Minister
205. B. 30 years old
206. D. Neither of the above
207. A. Vice President of India
208. B. Quo warranto
209. A. An office of profit
210. C. Solicitor General of India
211. A. 2
212. A. He/she gets elected from either house of Parliament within six months of becoming
Minister
213. C. Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha
214. A. under the hand and seal of the President
215. D. None of the above
216. C. Planning Commission
217. B. A representative usually a Lieutenant Governor
218. D. Caste Based Reservations
219. A. The President of India
220. A. Raj Pramukh
221. B. Article 368
222. A. Reasonable Restrictions
223. B. Ninth Schedule
224. B. Parliament
225. D. 61st Amendment, 21 to 18
226. C. 42nd Amendment
227. A. 24th Amendment
228. B. Ultra vires the constitution
229. A. ½ present with 2/3rds vote with ½ state ratification
230. D. Alterning the number of judges to the Supreme Court and High Court
231. C. 122

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232. C. 95th
233. B. 99th Amendment
234. A. Salman Khurshid
235. D. 86th Amendment
236. B. 15
237. A. 115th
238. D. Pondicherry, Karrikal, Mahe and Yeman
239. A. National Commission for the Scheduled Tribes
240. A. IV-A
241. D. None of the above
242. B. Prime Minister tendering advice on behalf of the Council of Ministers
243. D. All of the above
244. D. All of the above
245. C. Financial Emergency
246. A. On account of War with China
247. A. 3
248. B. Internal disturbance
249. A. Right to Life
250. A. ADM Jabalpur case
251. B. 42nd
252. A. 6 years
253. A. Punjab
254. B. That emergency can be imposed indefinitely
255. A. 1 month
256. A. 1 year
257. A. SR Bommai, RameshwarThankur,
258. A. Punjab
259. D. Both of the above
260. B. Punjab
261. A. 8th Schedule
262. D. Hindi in the first case and English in the Second Case
263. A. Bodo,Dogri Maithili and Santhali
264. B. 370
265. A. 3, 73rd and 74th , 11,12
266. C. Economic
267. D. Annual financial statement
268. A. Planning Commission
269. D. Mizoram, Assam, Meghalaya,Tripura and Mizoram
270. C. Uttar Pradesh
271. A. is contained in the Fifty Eighth Amendment Act,1987
272. C. Election Commission of India

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273. D. Parliament
274. B. President
275. C. Presiding officer of the House where the member is holding a seat
276. B. Deadlock between the Lok and Rajyasabha
277. B. Advocate General
278. A. Panchyati Raj Institutions
279. C. The Lok Sabha and the President
280. B. Public Accounts Fund
281. A. Twisted
282. D. None of the above
283. C. Imprisonment
284. B. Injuria sine damno
285. A. Reasonable man
286. A. Threat of force and actual use of force
287. B. Legal Duty
288. A. Malicious prosecution
289. D. Independent and joint tortfeasors
290. C. Authorized Act done wrongly, unauthorized done wrongly
291. C. Res IpsaLoquitor
292. D. All are correctly matched
293. D. All are defenses
294. B. Oleum Gas Leak case
295. D. Self assumption by agent
296. A. The enjoyment of a legal right is interfered with
297. C. Consumer liability in PSU manufactured products
298. A. The Indian Contract Act,1872
299. D. Proportionate Consideration
300. C. None of the above are valid revocations
301. D. Postal offer
302. A. contract with a minor
303. A. Consent given by misrepresentation
304. B. Consideration need not to be given by the promisor or any other person.
305. A. a contract
306. A. Intimidation
307. D. All of the above will be coercion
308. A. Passive deceit
309. B. Duress
310. C. Neither Law neither fact
311. D. Both a and b are invalid contracts
312. A. Gives the goods and receives the goods respectively
313. A. When the partner acts outside the scope of partnership

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314. B. 20,7
315. D. Suit to bar the promisor to enter into like contracts with persons in the future
316. A. X
317. A. Extra precautions in excess of the reasonable standard
318. B. CPC,1908
319. C. Law, provided breach of legal right is discernable and established otherwise
320. A. Decree
321. B. Affidavit
322. D. Both are means to describe the same
323. A. Cognizable offences
324. D. None of the above
325. A. 24
326. D. Police officer
327. C. Fine
328. A. First information report
329. B. 5
330. B. Indian Evidence Act,1872
331. C. Quo Warranto
332. D. Requesting for smaller sentence by pleading guilty
333. D. Approver
334. B. Chief Justice of India: Pardon
335. B. Habeas Corpus
336. B. Anticipatory Bail
337. A. Jail: Exception and Bail: Right
338. C. Treaty of Westphelia
339. A. Intra national law
340. D. Is strictly codified
341. A. Just gentium
342. B. Oral agreements
343. A. Multilateral treaty
344. C. Modification of an existing treaty
345. A. Jus cogens
346. D. Extradition
347. B. Senate
348. C. Hugo Grotius
349. A. Jammu and Kashmir
350. D. All were adhoc judges in one case , except Nagendra Singh who also became a
Permanent judge
351. B. International Criminal Court
352. D. None of the above
353. B. High Commissioner

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354. C. Sushma Swaraj


355. A. Vishaka vs. State of Rajasthan
356. C. Public International law and Private International law
357. D. Both b and c
358. A. ICTR and African Court of Human Rights
359. B. Paris Treaty
360. D. None of the above
361. A. Permanent Court of International Justice
362. B. ICTY
363. A. WTO
364. C. 15
365. B. Security Council
366. B. UNCLOS
367. A. Council of Europe
368. D. There is an appellate Court at Geneva
369. B. World Bank
370. B. Rome Treaty
371. C. Thomas Lubanga
372. C. Tuna Dolphin and Shrimp Turtle cases
373. B. AbeyiAbitration
374. B. Jean Paul Akaesyu
375. A. The Hague
376. A. Nagendra Singh
377. A. ICSID
378. C. Tamrind Court
379. A. DGP Rathore
380. C. Abdul Karim Telgi
381. B. NitishKatara case
382. C. Charles Shobraaj
383. D. Shah Bano Case
384. D. Arshad Warsi
385. D. Neither of the above
386. B. Sweden
387. C. Operation West End
388. B. PV Narsimha Rao
389. B. Natwar Singh
390. A. State of Maharashtra v. MarutiSripathiDubal
391. C. Black Buck
392. A. Siddharth Das
393. A. Afzal Guru
394. B. Whistle blowers

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395. A. Twitter
396. D. Neither of the above
397. B. Kanchi
398. B. United Nations Organisation
399. C. 24th October 1945
400. A. Trusteeship Council
401. B. Russia
402. B. South Sudan
403. B. Ban Ki Moon
404. B. A member of the permanent members of the Security council
405. C. ILO
406. D. Uniting for Peace Resolution
407. B. Vijay Lakshmi Pandit
408. A. UNESCO
409. B. FAO
410. D. None of the Above
411. B. Korea
412. B. United Nations Under Secretary General (Communications and Public Information)
413. A. IAEA
414. D. Iraq
415. A. Six
416. C. Pakistan
417. C. Arabic, Chinese, English, French and Russian
418. C. Red Cross
419. A. witty International
420. A. Interpol
421. C. Kathmandu, Nepal
422. B. Green Peace
423. A. Cartel
424. B. Brazil, India, China, Russia
425. A. UN General Assembly
426. B. Dialogue Partner
427. A. Sukarno
428. C. The Commonwealth
429. A. Afghanistan
430. C. Belgium
431. A. IMF and IBRD
432. B. The Commonwealth of Nations
433. C. Brussels
434. B. OIS
435. D. Mexico, Brazil, India, China and South Africa

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436. B. Bangladesh, India, Mynammar, Sri Lanka, Thailand Nepal and Bhutan Economic
Council
437. C. Economic and Social Development in Asia and South East Asia
438. C. UTI
439. B. who invests in startups and sells the company latter
440. C. SEBI
441. C. The Companies Act, 2013
442. A. Debt and Asset
443. B. Unlimited Liability
444. B. Competition Commission
445. C. Maytas
446. C. Maruti Tata Corus
447. A. Debenture
448. D. Reliance
449. C. Foreign Law Firms
450. C. Sensitive Index
451. B. Eveready
452. B. Future Group
453. A. State
454. D. SANAND
455. B. National Aviation Company of India Limited
456. B. Airport Authority of India Ltd
457. C. Reliance Industries Limited
458. D. Australia
459. D. Srilanka
460. D. Nigeria
461. C. Nepal
462. A. Vietnam
463. A. National Dialogue Quartet
464. A. 48 percent increase
465. a. US
466. c. Kosovo
467. a. Saleka
468. a. Defence Authorization Act, 2013
469. a. Russia
470. a. Europe and the United States
471. c. The report also predicted growth in South Asia averaging 10 percent in 2013, up from
8 percent in 2012, led by a moderate recovery in India.
472. D. UK
473. a. The President of Ukraine
474. c. 89

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475. d. Visa Agreement


476. c. Bank of Japan
477. d Indonesia
478. a. Annual Defence Policy Bill
479. d. All the four statements are true
480. c. The medical studies on this treatment hinted towards the fact that there exists no side-
effects in cases of using chemical castration
481. c. ShiraniBandarnayake
482. c. USA and Russia
483. a. Bangladesh
484. a. Pakistan
485. B. H.H Keshavananda Bharti. Vs State of Kerala
486. C. Nanavati vs. State of Maharashtra
487. C. ADM Jabalpur vs.Shukla
488. A. Indira Swhaney vs. Union of India
489. D. Naz Foundation vs. Union of India.
490. A. Gian Kaur vs. State of Punjab
491. C. Ashok Kumar Thakur vs. Union of India
492. B. Justice Ravindra Bhat
493. A. BandhuaMuktiMorcha vs. Union of India
494. B. BMW Hit and Run Case
495. C. W-iii, X-iv, Y-ii,Z-i
496. C. Justice Ramaswamy
497. A. Union Carbide
498. A. MC Mehta
499. D. Bank Nationalization Case
500. A. M.H. Hoskot v. State of Maharashtra
501. C. S.P. Gupta and Supreme Court Bar Association Cases
502. C. Zee Telefilms vs. Union of India
503. D. Naveen Jindal
504. A. Both are correctly matched
505. C. The Hague
506. A. New York
507. d. International Court Justice
508. B. The UN Charter
509. C. José Gustavo Guerrero(El Salvador) and Jules Basdevant(France)
510. d. 15
511. C. 9 years
512. B. three years
513. B. Nagendra Singh
514. C. HE MC Chagla

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515. C. Geneva
516. C. Ronny Abraham
517. D. W-i, X-iv,Y-iii, Z-iv
518. C. H.E Benegal Rama Rau
519. B. The Security Council
520. B. The Carnegie foundation
521. b. The Security Council
522. A. HE Muhammad Zafrulla Khan
523. D.Contentious cases brought by the States and Requests for advisory Opinions usually
brought by Agencies
524. A. HE Muhammad Zafrulla Khan
525. B. The high state of political economic, scientific and military rivalry between the
Communist and the Western Bloc
526. D. George Orwell and Bernard Baruch
527. B. Truman Doctrine and Marshall Plan
528. D. All of the above were related to the Cold War
529. A. Brussels
530. A. Warsaw Pact
531. D. SEATO
532. B. The Bay of Pigs invasion
533. A. Jawaharlal Nehru of India, former Yugoslavia’s Marshal Tito, Indonesia’s Sukarno
and Egypt’s Nasser
534. C. Hosni Mubarak
535. B. Bealrus
536. B. Anders Fogh Rasmussen
537. B. The Breakup of the USSR
538. B. Senator Kennedy
539. B. Nikita Khrushchev
540. B. 9th November 1989
541. A.Viet Cong
542. A. 58th Parallel
543. B. Gorbachev
544. C. Brezenhev
545. B. The Weimar Constitution
546. D. All of these are uncodified Constitutions
547. C. United States of America
548. D. India
549. B. The Master of Rolls
550. B. The Woolsack
551. C. San Marino
552. C. W-ii,X-iii,Y-iv,Z-i

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553. D. 4th
554. B. Constitution of Medina
555. D. Switzerland
556. A. English
557. A. Jammu and Kashmir
558. B. Deng Xiopeng
559. C. W-i, X-ii, Y-iii, Z-iv
560. D. The Supreme Court
561. C. DrukGyalpo
562. C. Nepal
563. B. Constitution of Fifth Republic
564. A. XVII
565. B. Telengana
566. C. Sacchar Committee
567. C. 12th FYP
568. A. Justice Verma
569. B. Review of the Constitution
570. D. Article 280
571. B. Justice B.N. Kirpal
572. B. National Human Rights Commission
573. C. Balwant Rai Committee Report
574. B. Godhra Carnage
575. B Planning Commission
576. C. Tehlka Scam
577. B. Justice Y.V. Reddy
578. B. Demolition of the Disputed Structure in Ayodhya
579. A. Justice Banerjee Commission
580. C. LalithaKumaramangalam
581. A. Justice Cyriac Joseph
582. D. Naseem Ahmad
583. A. Security and Exchange Board of India
584. D. Delimitation Commission
585. DMortgage
586. AGeneva
587. B Geographical Indication
588. D scientific formulae
589. D 60 year
590. A Trips
591. A
592. A
593. A

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594. D
595. D
596. D
597. C
598. D
599. D
600. A
601. D
602. A
603. B
604. B
605. A
606. B
607. B
608. C
609. C
610. B
611. A
612. A
613. D
614. D
615. A
616. B
617. B
618. B
619. A
620. A
621. C
622. A
623. D
624. B
625. A
626. D
627. D
628. A
629. B
630. C
631. A
632. A
633. C
634. A

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635. D
636. C
637. C
638. A
639. C
640. E
641. A
642. C
643. A
644. A
645. D
646. B
647. D
648. B
649. B
650. B
651. B
652. a
653. a
654. c
655. A. When the Question Hour finishes and the regular business of the House is yet tobegin
656. B. A person who maintains party discipline in Legislature
657. D. A point relating to the interpretation or enforcement of the Rules of Procedure or such
articles of the Constitution as regulate the business of the House raised in the House and
submitted for the decision of the Chair.
658. A. A starred question
659. B. 11:00 am
660. C. A member who is not a minister
661. C. The act of putting all the demands for grant to vote, without discussion on the last day
earmarked for the discussion of the budget
662. A. Treasury Benches
663. B. Notice shorter than 10 days
664. D. Witty Quotes
665. B. Hold another office of profit
666. A. The Parliament
667. C. Sarnath Lions, Ashok Chakra, Himalayas, and Lotus
668. D. 12th
669. B. RashtrapatiBhawan, New Delhi, The Presidential Retreat Shimla, and
RashtrapatiNilyam, Hyderabad.
670. D. Dr. Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed
671. A. Israel and Palestine

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672. A. The leader of Opposition


673. C. S. Radakrishnan
674. A. NeelamSanjiva Reddy
675. C. Article 63
676. A. Chairman of the Rajya Sabha
677. B. Dr. SarvapalliRadhakrishnan
678. B. Krishna Kant
679. A. Six Months
680. A. Legislative Assemblies of the State
681. A. Ordinary voting and resolutions
682. B. Aligarh Muslim University
683. D. The Vice President does not get any salary in that capacity
684. B. The President of India
685. A MC Chagla
686. D. Fali Nariman
687. C. Justice H.R. Khanna
688. A. KeshriNathTripathi
689. B. KamlaBeniwal
690. C. Hansraj Bhardwaj
691. B. Nikhil Kumar
692. D. Surjit Singh Barnala
693. B. Shiv Raj Patil
694. A. 7th
695. A. Kerala
696. C. 1885
697. D. 4 or more states
698. D. All are national parties
699. C. Amit Shah
700. B. Nationalist Congress Party
701. C. Both of above
702. B. The All Forward Block
703. D. Shiromani Akali Dal
704. B. Sharad Yadav
705. D. PattaliMakkalKatchi
706. C. Both a and b
707. C. A-2, B-1,C-4,D-3
708. C. Left Front
709. A. Shashi Tharoor
710. B. Communist Party of India (Maoists)
711. A. Tamil Nadu
712. B. Communist Party of India

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713. C. RashtriyaLokManch
714. C. Karnal Sandesh
715. D. ChowdharyCharan Singh
716. D. 28
717. A. Stratosburg and Kiev
718. D. Junker Commission (Jean-Claude Juncker)
719. D. Donald Tusk, Poland
720. B. European Court of Human Rights
721. A. European Court of Justice
722. C. Maastricht treaty
723. A. Frankfurt
724. D. All of the above
725. D. All of the above
726. C. Budget of the European Union has been properly accounted for
727. A. The criteria a country must fulfill before it becomes eligible for joining the
European Union
728. B. A-2,B-3,C-1
729. A. The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the International
Development Association
730. D. Jim Yong Kom
731. B. Citizen of the United States of America
732. A. United States of America
733. C. Her promotion caused the resignation of the President Paul Wolfowitz
734. C. India
735. B. United States
736. B. South Sudan
737. D. India
738. A. Kaushik Basu
739. B. France
740. C. Bretton Woods Agreement
741. C. Washington DC
742. C. Dominique Strauss Kahn
743. B. Manila
744. B. Takehiko Nakao
745. C. Georgia
746. B. Rajat M. Nag
747. B. European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
748. D. Abidjan
749. A. AkinwumiAdesina
750. C. Stratosburg
751. A. Jean Paul Costa

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752. B. The Parlimentary Committee of the Council of Europe


753. D. Morocco
754. C. Dr. Gerard Niyungeko and Sophia A.B.Akuffo
755. C. Inter-American Court of Human Rights
756. A. Estonia
757. C. 1994
758. A. Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland.
759. D. UNSC Resolution 808
760. A. UNSC Resolution 955
761. A. East Timor
762. B. Idoctorsnternational Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes
763. C. Hamburg
764. D. Geneva
765. A. United States of America, Mexico and Canada
766. C. Kosovo
767. A. Special Court for Sierra Leone
768. C. Nuremburg Trials
769. B. International Police Organization
770. C. Amnesty International- India
771. B. Rainbow warrior
772. A. Amnesty International
773. A. Doctors without Borders
774. C. Australia
775. B. Oxford University
776. D. USA
777. C. The Red Cross and Red Crescent (ICRC)
778. D. Red Crystal
779. A. Actus reumfacitreum nisi mens sit rea
780. D. Ignorance of fact is an excuse, but ignorance of law is not
781. C.A-2,B-1,C-4,D-3
782. A. Ubi jus, ibiremedium
783. A. that criminals must be extinguished
784. D. voluntus in delictis non exitus spectator
785. B. Nemo debetessejudex in proporia causa
786. A. No one can pass a better title than one possess
787. C. superior force, acts beyond human control
788. A. Insane person has no free will
789. B. Common law system
790. B. The Monarch
791. A. Chief Justice of the Federal Sharia Court of Pakistan
792. A. France

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793. D. Germany
794. D. federal, unitary
795. A. Vatican and the Holy See
796. D. Russia
797. A. Germany
798. D. Germany
799. A. Harvard Law School
800. D. Shiva Thapa
801. B. Jitu Rai
802. A. Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis
803. A. Wasim Jaffer
804. D. Chirag Kumar
805. C. AjinkyaRahane
806. A. Ravichandran Ashwin
807. B. PV Sindhu
808. C. Heena Sindhu
809. A. Zaheer Khan
810. A. Leander Paes
811. D. ViratKohli
812. A. Kumar Sangakkara
813. A. Venus Williams
814. C. Roger Federer
815. C. Wesley Hall
816. A. Brendon McCullum
817. C. Novak Djokovic
818. D. Stephen Curry
819. D. Belgium
820. A. Michelle Payne
821. C. New Zealand
822. D. All the statements are true
823. D. Emily Kristine Pedersen
824. B. Lewis Hamilton
825. A. Sergey Karjakin
826. B. Moritz Fuerste
827. C. Akshay Singh
828. A. Martin Winterkorn
829. B. Sanjay Kumar Gupta
830. D. Devas Multimedia
831. A. Purushottam Solanki
832. A. Multi Sreen Media
833. C. Maharashtra

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834. B. Sunshine Overseas


835. D. ChhaganBhijbal
836. C. Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship
837. A. Deepak Bajpail
838. A. Andhra Pradesh
839. B. Amaravati
840. C. Santhara
841. A. Uday Prakash
842. D. 21 June 2015
843. A. Hero MotoCorp
844. B. Pichai Sundararajan
845. C. Vishnu Gupta
846. C. ShekharBasu
847. B. West Bengal
848. A. Bill Gates
849. A. BSNL
850. B. 99
851. A. Praveen Dixit
852. C. 29th Sept, 2015
853. B. NDTV
854. C. Sugamya Bharat Abhiyan
855. A. Uttar Pradesh
856. D. Katherine Mayo
857. B. Bidhya Devi Bhandari
858. B. Rajat Gupta
859. D. Ilhamaliyev
860. D. Vinod Rai
861. D. Angela Merkel
862. D. Rafael Correa
863. C. Prime Minister of Japan
864. D. Argentina
865. B. US defence secretary
866. A. Suu Kyi
867. C. Madhya Pradesh
868. A. To enhance voter’s participation in India
869. D. CRPF
870. C. Yashwant Sinha
871. C. Indian Institute Management, Shillong
872. A. AvinashChander
873. D. K. Sivan
874. B. Ranjit Kumar

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875. C. Dr. S.A.V. Satya Murty


876. D. Australia
877. D. Srilanka
878. D. Nigeria
879. C. Nepal
880. A. Vietnam
881. A. National Dialogue Quartet
882. A. 48 percent increase
883. A. neutrino oscillations
884. C. India
885. A. Maldives
886. B. Hindi
887. C. China
888. D. European Parliament
889. A. deep space solar monitoring satellite
890. D. Bidhya Devi Bhandari
891. B. Nepal
892. A. Cuba
893. D.BRICS
894. C. Malaysia
895. A. Britain
896. D. Australia
897. C. Rajendra Prasad
898. B. Anglo-Indian Community
899. D. B.N. Rau
900. B. Elected Members of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha
901. A. 1, 3 and 4
902. D. Constitutional and nominal
903. C. 3 and 4
904. A. 1 and 3
905. B. Powers of High Court
906. D. Minority religions are given special protection
907. C. 6- 14 years
908. D. The authority of the Courts to interpret the legality of laws
909. C. Golaknath Vs. State of Punjab
910. B. A Sovereign Democratic Republic
911. A. Vice President of India
912. A. W. H. Morris-Jones
913. C. concurrent list
914. D. 1, 2 and 4
915. D. 61

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916. D. The Constitution


917. D. KeshvanandBharati Case in 1973
918. D. Fourth Five Year Plan
919. D. Parliament
920. D. 1 and 3
921. C. Centre – State Reforms
922. B. Golak Nath Case
923. D. Both the Supreme Court and the High Courts
924. C. Maulana Azad
925. B. The right to equality
926. B. The Vice President
927. B. Creating a new All India Service
928. D. Speaker of the Lok Sabha
929. C. Dy. Speaker of the Lok Sabha
930. A. Legal Right
931. C. Scheduled Tribes in the Autonomous district of Assam
932. A. A Parliament in which no party has clear majority
933. C. The Speaker of the Lok Sabha
934. C. Included in the Constituion by the 42nd Amendment
935. D. Golaknath Vs. State of Punjab (1967)
936. C. An order of the President of India
937. A. Sovereignty and integrity of the country
938. B. Either religion or language
939. B. Creating a new State: power of the State Legisature
940. D. 2 and 4
941. C. To protect monuments and places of national importance
942. B. Open Voting
943. C. 2 only
944. D. Protection of monuments and places of national importance – Article 48A
945. B. In a joint sitting of both Houses of Parliament
946. B. In amending the constitution
947. B. 4, 1, 2 and 3
948. D. 2 and 3
949. A. A Bill pending in Parliament shall not lapse because of prorogation of two
Houses of Parliament
950. B. The Prime Minister has to communicate to the President all decisions of the
Cabinet relating to administration and proposals of administration
951. C. 2 and 3
952. A. 1 and 4

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953. B.The President, on the basis of a resolution passed by Parliament by special


majority
954. B. Due process of law
955. D. Criminal Procedure Code
956. C. 1, 3 and 4
957. A. 1 and 2
958. B. 2 and 3
959. B. 1 and 3
960. D. Constitutional Amendments
961. A. Freedom to own, acquire and dispose of property
962. B. 2, 3, and 4
963. D. 3 and 4
964. B. Government
965. A. Shall not be inquired into by any court
966. D. President after consultation with the Election Commission
967. C. 500 Members
968. C. 545
969. D. Authorizing Parliament to legislate on a subject in the State List
970. D. Ten members or one-tenth of total membership of the House, whichever is
more
971. D. Internal Disturbance
972. A. Appeals made in Civil, Criminal and Constitutional Cases
973. B. Unanimous opinion of all the judges is necessary for declaring a law null and
void
974. B. Trade Unions
975. A. 2026
976. D. 2, 3 and 4
977. D. The Government of India Act, 1935 placed residuary powers in the hands of
Governor-General
978. C. 2, 3 and 4
979. A. 2001
980. C. The Civil Service
981. C. 1, 2 and 4
982. D. Prohibits a quasi-judicial authority from proceeding with a case
983. C. To protect the minorities
984. C. Free legal aid
985. C. Parliament assumes the power to legislate on the State List
986. D. The President shall not withhold his assent
987. D. Twice each year with no more than 6 months between sessions
988. D. The Rajya Sabha
989. C. Public Account Committee

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990. C. A simple majority in each House of Parliament


991. C. Quo-warranto
992. A. 1,2 and 3
993. D. 1, 2 and 4
994. D. Habeas Corpus
995. B. 1 and 2
996. D. Elected members of both Houses of Parliament and the State Legislative
Assemblies
997. D. The President on the basis of resolution passed by Parliament by special majority
998. A. 25
999. C. Bihar, Madhya radish, Orissa
1000. B. 99th
1001. D. Only the Union Government has powers

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