Indian Polity & Constitution

1.

As per plan of Sir Stafford Cripps, it envisaged that after the conclusion of World War-II:

[A] India should be granted complete independence
[B] India should be partitioned and granted independence
[C] India should be made a republic
[D] India should be given dominion status

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2.

Which of the following commissions in the British era had made recommendations for a change in the pattern of dyarchy introduced under Government of India Act, 1919? 

[A] Simon Commission
[B] Sapru Commission
[C] Butler Commission
[D] Muddiman Committee

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3. With reference to Attorney General and Advocate General, consider the following statements:
1. Highest Law officer of India is Attorney General
2. Highest Law officer of a State in India is Advocate General
Which among the above statements is/ are correct?
[A] Only 1
[B] Only 2
[C] Both 1 & 2
[D] Neither 1 nor 2

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4. In which year, Congress acted as an opposition party in Indian Parliament for the first time?
[A] 1975
[B] 1977
[C] 1981
[D] 1998

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5. Which of the following is the first country in Asia to have large scale industrialization?
[A] Japan
[B] China
[C] India
[D] Iran

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6. In which year, the Government of India had set up the Sarkaria Commission on Centre-State relations?
[A] 1980
[B] 1983
[C] 1987
[D] 1992

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7.

With reference to United Nations, the decision that major countries should have veto power, was taken at which of the following conferences?

[A] Teheran conference
[B] Dumbarton oaks
[C] Yalta Conference
[D] Moscow Conference

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8. Knesset is the name of the parliament of which country?
[A] Israel
[B] Lebanon
[C] Tunisia
[D] Egypt

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9. The annual reports of which of the following bodies is NOT caused to be laid before the Parliament by President of India?
[A] Finance Commission
[B] National Human Rights Commission
[C] Public Accounts Committee
[D] UPSC

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10. Constitution of India guarantees which of the following to the states of India?
[A] Territorial Integrity
[B] Sovereignty
[C] Right to secede from Union
[D] None of them

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