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Question number: 248

» Constitutional Law of India » Fundamental Rights and Duties

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Which of the following judges said that “poverty, caste, occupation and habitation are the principal factors contributing to social backwardness”?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Justice Chandrachud

b.

Justice Desai

c.

Justice Chinappa Reddy

d.

Justice Mavalankar

Question number: 249

» Constitutional Law of India » Fundamental Rights and Duties

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As far as the grounds of discrimination are concerned, Article 15 (1) speaks of no discrimination on the ground of religion etc. These are covered in Article 16 (2) as well. Which of the following words is covered in Article 16 (2) but not in Article 15 (1) on the basis of which discrimination may not be allowed?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Caste

b.

Descent

c.

Religion

d.

Place of birth

Question number: 250

» Constitutional Law of India » Fundamental Rights and Duties

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The polluter pay principle relates to which of the following landmark cases in the history of India?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

M C Mehta vs Union of India

b.

Subhash Sharma vs Union of India

c.

Ujjam Bai vs State of Bihar

d.

State of West Bengal vs Union of India

Question number: 251

» Constitutional Law of India » Fundamental Rights and Duties

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In one of the major cases before the Court, it has been considered that Article 14 forms the genus while Article 15 and Article 16 form the species. Which case is this?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Naz Foundation Vs Government of NCT of Delhi

b.

Dalbir Singh vs State of Uttar Pradesh

c.

Satpal Singh vs Union of India

d.

Delhi Warehousing Corporation Vs State of Kerala

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