The provisions of Concurrent List, freedom of trade, commerce and intercourse and joint sitting of two Houses of Parliament are borrowed from :
A. UK Constitution
B. Australian Constitution.
C. US Constitution
D. Irish Constitution
Answer: Option B
Solution(By Examveda Team)
Australian Constitution: Principle of co-operative federalism, Freedom of inter-state trade, commerce and intercourse, Idea of concurrent list.
UK Constitution: Law making procedures, Parliamentary Government, Rule of Law, Single citizenship, Cabinet system.
US Constitution: Fundamental Rights, Independent judiciary, Judicial review, Procedure for the removal of the judges of the Supreme court and High courts, Role of Vice President
Irish Constitution: Directive Principles of State Policy, The method of the presidential election, Nominating members of Rajya Sabha.
A. A National Emergency
B. A failure of constitutional machinery in States
C. A financial emergency
D. None of Above
A. Haryana-Sikkim-Arunachal Pardesh-Nagaland
B. Nagaland-Arunachal Pradesh- Haryana-Sikkim
C. Nagaland-Haryana-Arunachal Pradesh-Sikkim
D. Nagaland-Haryana-Sikkim-Arunachal Pradesh
A. Crossing the floor
B. Yielding the floor
C. Point of Order
D. Calling Attention Motion
A. The Twentieth Amendment Act, 1966.
B. The Forty-second Amendment Act, 1976.
C. The Forty-fourth Amendment Act, 1978.
D. Thirty-first Constitutional Amendment Act, 1973.