Indian Constitution Short Questions
It is regarded as an inherent right of the state, an essential incident of its sovereignty, to take private property for public use. This power, known as Eminent Domain, depends on the superior domain of the state over all property within its boundaries; it is supposed to be based upon an implied reservation by the ..
Article 370 has been characterized in the Constitution as being of a temporary nature. Article 370 (3) says that the President, by public notification, may declare that Article 370 shall cease to be operative, or shall be operative only with such exceptions, and modifications, and from such date as he may specify. But before the ..
Many a time, a legislature may enact composite legislation which may be based on more than one legislative entry. There is no bar against Parliament or the State Legislatures enacting a statute, the subject matter of which falls for exercise of powers under two or more entries in the same List or different Lists. A ..
Article 133 of the Indian Constitution covers all civil proceedings. The term ‘civil proceeding’ includes all proceedings affecting civil rights which are not criminal. Proceedings under Article 226 are regarded as civil proceedings for purposes of Article 133. The Supreme Court has defined a ‘civil proceeding’ as one in which a person seeks to enforce ..
Article 3 enables Parliament to effect by law reorganization inter se of the territories of the States constituting the Indian Union. Parliament is empowered or enact law to reorganize the existing States by establishing new States, or by uniting two or more States or parts of States, or by uniting any territory to a part ..