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1. Who was the Chief Justice of India when Public Interest Litigation (PIL) was introduced to the Indian Judicial System? [2006]


2. With reference to Lok Adalats, consider the following statements: [2009]
1. An award made by a Lok Adalat is deemed to be a decree of a civil court and no appeal lies against there to before any court.
2. Matrimonial/Family disputes are not covered under Lok Adalat.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?


3. The power to enlarge the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of India with respect to any matter included in the Union List of Legislative Powers rests with: [2003]


4. In India, the tax proceeds of which one of the following as a percentage of gross tax revenue has significantly declined in the last five years? [2010]


5. Consider the following statement: [2004]
India continues to be dependent on imports to meet the requirement of oilseeds in the country because:
1. farmers prefer to grow food grains with highly remunerative support prices
2. most of the cultivation of oilseed crops continues to be dependent on rainfall
3. oils from the seeds of free origin and rice bran have remained unexploited
4. It is far cheaper to import oilseeds than to cultivate the oilseed crops
Which of the statements given above are correct?



6. The following news item appeared in a National daily dated 1-12-1999:
"..Parliament today rejected a Bill to grant women the right to vote and stand for office in parliamentary elections, by a margin of32 to 30.
The National Assembly was split between liberal pro-government and Shiite Muslim deputies who were in favour of women's rights, while the opposition camp grouped Sunni Muslim fundamentalists and tribal MPs. A total of 64 MPs and Ministers were present, of whom two abstained." [2000]
The Parliament referred to in this quotation is that of:


7. The power of the Supreme Court of India to decide disputes between the Centre and the State falls under its: [1996]


8. Assertion (A): India does not export natural rubber. Reason (R): About 97% of India's demand for natural rubber is met from domestic production. [2004]


9. How many High Courts in India have jurisdiction over more than one State (Union Territories not included)? [2008]


10. Consider the following statements: [2005]
1. Article 301 pertains to the right to property.
2. Right to property is a legal right but not a Fundamental Right.
3. Article 300 A was inserted in the constitutional Amendment.
Which of the statement given above is/are correct?


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