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One of the inspirations for the Constitution of India, drafted between and , was the US Constitution. Both countries support critical traditions that focus on particular clauses of the constitution. The US Constitution is very difficult to change and, thanks to a religious American sensibility that treats it as a sacral document, it has simply not evolved, impervious to the changing needs of a growing and progressing nation and world. The Constitution of India suffers from the converse flaw; in less than 75 years, it has been amended, at last count, times. This kind of recipe for political instability is precisely the worry cited by those who resist attempts to make it easier to amend the US Constitution.
Constitution is the Fundamental Law of any country which sets out the framework and the principal functions of various organs of the government. However, there are multiple features of the Constitution, namely Secular State, Federalism, Parliamentary Government, Fundamental Rights and many more. United States Constitution is the shortest written constitution with just 7 articles. Explanation: There is a procedure for amending the Constitution, and since the Preamble is also regarded as a part of the Constitution, it can be amended. It was indeed amended in by the 42nd Amendment Act.
GK Quiz on Fundamental Duties & Fundamental Rights The Fundamental Duties were included in the Constitution of India by UPSC IAS Exam: Click here to get the Complete 30 Days Study Plan to score high in Prelims. Candidates Shortlisted (Download PDF), Check Cutoff Categorywise.
After the post-independence era, India brought down some very essential fundamental rights. These rights are guaranteed by the law to every citizen of India. This right states that all citizens are the same under the law. This means that men and women are equal no matter what religion or caste they belong to. The law will treat a Brahmin woman in the same way that it would treat a Muslim man if they were to break the law.
Explanation — Article 32 gives the power to issue writs to the Supreme Court and Article allows Parliament to make law for the issuance of writs hence the correct answer is both a and b. Explanation — Writ of mandamus relates to the performance of a legal duty by any public authority. Explanation — Article of the Constitution allows the Indian Parliament to make law for conferring on the Supreme Court, the power to issue writs for enforcement of rights other than fundamental rights. Explanation — The Indian Constitution recognizes 5 kinds of writs namely, habeas corpus, mandamus, certiorari, quo warranto and prohibition.
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Article 15 - Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth.