Indian Constitution Short Questions: GK, General Studies and Current Affairs

In what cases the Supreme Court has original jurisdiction?

The Supreme Court has original jurisdiction in any dispute: (a) between the Government of India and one or more states; (b) between the Government of India and any state or states on one side and ..

What is meant by the expression ‘a court of records’?

Article 129 of the constitution makes the Supreme Court a court of record. A court of record is a court whose records are admitted to be of evidentiary value and they are not to be ..

How can a judge of the Supreme Court be removed from his office?

A judge may be removed from his office by an order of the president only on grounds of proved misbehavior or incapacity. The order of the president can only be passed after it has been ..

Discuss about the jurisdiction and powers of the Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court is a multi-jurisdictional Court and may be regarded as the most powerful Apex Court in the World.   The Constitution confers very broad jurisdiction on the Court. The jurisdiction of the Court may ..

Is the sole individual opinion of the chief justice of India constitutes consultation within the meaning of Articles 217 (1) and 222 (1) of the Indian Constitution?

In re presidential reference, the court held that the sole individual opinion of the chief justice of India  does not constitute ‘consultation’ within the meaning of the Articles 217 (1) and 222 (1). The majority ..