Q1. Article 14 guarantees equality before law and equal protection of law to
Q2. Article 14 lays down that "State shall not deny to any persons equality before law and equal protection of law." The expression 'any person' means
Q3. 'Any person' under Article 14 denotes
Q4. Give response to the statements Equality before law under Article 14 of the Constitution with reference to
Q5. Article 15 does not permit the state to make any special provision for one of the following. Which one is that
Q6. Article 15(1) prohobits the state to discriminate against citizens on the grounds only of
Q7. The group of people in the state to constitute backward class to safety Article 15(4) is left
Q8. A law making classification on the basis of the place of residence is
Q9. Besides the right to equality of opportunity in general terms , Article 16(2) prohibits discrimination against a citizen on the following except
Q10. It has been said in many cases viz., devdasan v. UOI, that Article 16 should be read with
Q11. Article 16(4A) which gives power to the state to make laws regarding reservation in favour of scheduled Castes and Tribes was added by
Q12. Under Article 16, the words 'any employment or office' applies
Q13. Untouchability is abolished and its practice is punishable according to
Q14. Article 19(1)includes
Q15. Article 19(1)(a) guarantee freedom of speech and expressions to
Q16. To Practise any profession or to carry on any occupation, trade or business under Article 19 (1)(g), dealing in intoxicants is
Q17. Freedom under Article 19 are
Q18. Right to work in India is
Q19. Right to life does not include right to die. It was held in the case
Q20. After the Mandal case,it has been observed that '' The poisonous weed of casteism has been replanted where it will trouble us a thousand years: each age will have to consider it''

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