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Q 1 · Politics
If the Parliament passes a law which is against the Constitution, it can be declared as unconstitutional by the:
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Q 2 · Politics
A civil case becomes a fit case for appeal to the Supreme Court if:
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Q 3 · Politics
The minimum number of judges to sit on the Constitutional Bench or on Bench which gives its advisory opinion on the reference by the President must be :
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Q 4 · Politics
The Judges of the Supreme Court are appointed:
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Q 5 · Politics
The rules for regulating the practice and procedure of Supreme Court under Article 145 of the Constitution are made by the:
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Q 6 · Politics
Consider the following:
1. Supreme Court's power to issue writs is narrower than that of High Courts.
2. a citizen is free to approach High Court or Supreme Court as he chooses, whenever his Fundamental Rights are violated.
3. The law declared by the Supreme Court is binding on all courts throughout India.
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Q 7 · Politics
Which is not correct statement? The Supreme Court :
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Q 8 · Politics
The salaries of the Judges of the Supreme Court of India:
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Q 9 · Politics
The Constitution of India has ensured independence of judiciary by :
(i) protecting salaries and service conditions of judges.
(ii) prohibiting the judges from carrying on practice in courts of law after retirement.
(iii) providing Single judiciary.
(iv) ensuring security of tenure of judges.
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Q 10 · Politics
The Supreme Court is a court of record. This implies:
1. it can punish for its contempt.
2. its decisions are admitted as evidence and can riot be questioned in any court of law.
3. it has to keep a record of all the important cases that are conducted in India.
4. its decisions, once taken, are binding upon it.
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Q 11 · Politics
The main sources of law in India are:
1. The Constitution
2. Statutes
3. Customary law
4. Judicial decisions of superior courts
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Q 12 · Politics
Judicial review in India does not extend to:
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Q 13 · Politics
Public interest litigation applies to any case of public injury arising from
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Q 14 · Politics
The Judges of the Supreme Court take an oath or affirmation before entering upon office, conducted by:
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Q 15 · Politics
To whom does a Judge of the Supreme Court address his resignation if he wants to leave office before his term is complete?
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Q 16 · Politics
The power of judicial review ensures:
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Q 17 · Politics
The right to seek advisory opinion of the Supreme Court on any question of law or fact belongs to :
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Q 18 · Politics
A High Court consists of a Chief Justice and:
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Q 19 · Politics
Which of the following is not a power of the High Court?
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Q 20 · Politics
The Constitution makes provisions to ensure the independence of judges. Which one of the provisions given below is wrong in this context?
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Q 21 · Politics
The oath to a High Court Judge is administered by the:
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Q 22 · Politics
When can the salaries of High Court judges be reduced?
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Q 23 · Politics
The Chief Justice and other Judges of the High Court are appointed by the:
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Q 24 · Politics
The Constitution gives the powers of superintendence over all subordinate courts to the High Courts under Article:
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Q 25 · Politics
The High Courts in India were first started at:
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Q 26 · Politics
The High Court enjoys the power:
I. to issue writs for the enforcement of Fundamental Rights.
II. to exercise superintendence over the working of courts and tribunals under its jurisdiction.
III. to make general rules and prescribe forms regulating the practices and proceeding of courts under its jurisdiction.
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Q 27 · Politics
Who decides the number of Judges in a High Court?
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Q 28 · Politics
A common High Court for two or more States and/or Union Territory may be established by :
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Q 29 · Politics
The salaries of the Judges of the High Courts are paid from the:
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Q 30 · Politics
The number of States under the jurisdiction of a High Court is decided on the basis of:
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Q 31 · Politics
Which of the following is not a qualification for a person to be the Chief Justice of High Court?
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Q 32 · Politics
The Chief Justice of a High Court is appointed by the President in consultation with:
I. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
II. Former Chief Justice of the High Court.
III. Other Judges of the High Court.
IV. Governor of the State concerned.
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Q 33 · Politics
The High Court which has the distinction of having the first woman Chief Justice is
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Q 34 · Politics
A retired Judge of High Court cannot:
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Q 35 · Politics
Judge of the High Court can be removed from the office during his tenure by:
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Q 36 · Politics
The power to extend or restrict the jurisdiction of the High Court rests with:
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Q 37 · Politics
A Judge of a High Court wanting to resign addresses his letter of resignation to :
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Q 38 · Politics
The Constitution places the High Courts under the control of the Union in certain matters in order to keep them outside the range of regional politics. The Union exercises its control in the matters of:
I. transfer of Judges from one High Court to another.
II. being able, to establish a common High Court for two or more States.
III. determining disputes as to age of High Court Judges.
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Q 39 · Politics
Which of the following High Courts covers more than one State/Union Territories?
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Q 40 · Politics
Who was the Chief Justice of India when public interest litigation (PIL) was introduced to the Indian Judicial System?
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Q 41 · Politics
The only Union Territory which has a High Court of its own:
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Q 42 · Politics
The Bombay High Court does not have a bench at which one of the following places?
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Q 43 · Politics
The High Court having the jurisdiction in Judicial matters relating to' the largest number of States/Union Territories is:
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Q 44 · Politics
Which one of the following statements is not correct?
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Q 45 · Politics
Which one of the following statements is correct?
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Q 46 · Politics
Consider the following statements:
1. The Parliament cannot enlarge the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of India as its jurisdiction is limited to that conferred by the Constitution.
2. The officers and servants of the Supreme Court and High Courts are appointed by the concerned Chief Justice and the administrative expenses are charged on the Consolidated Fund of
India.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
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Q 47 · Politics
In India, the power to increase the number of Judges in the Supreme Court lies with:
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Q 48 · Politics
Which one of the following jurisdictions of the Indian Judiciary covers Public Interest Litigation?
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Q 49 · Politics
Consider the following statements:
The Supreme Court of India tenders advice to the President of India on matters of law or fact
1. on its own initiative (on any matter of larger public interest).
2. if he seeks such an advice.
3. only if the matters relate to the Fundamental Rights of the citizens
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
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Q 50 · Politics
Under which law it is prescribed that all proceedings in the Supreme Court of India shall
be in English language?
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