General Knowledge - Indian Constitution

1. Which article of the Indian Constitution empowers Parliament to regulate the right of Citizenship?

2. Right to Information Act was passed in the year

3. Under what circumstances can the Indian President proclaim emergency according to article 352 of the Constitution?
i) External Aggression
ii) Armed Rebellion
iii) Instability of Government
iv) Financial Crisis

4. Under which constitutional amendment 30% seats in village panchyats have been reserved for women in India?

5. Which one of the following schedules of the Indian Constitution lists the names of states and specifies their territories?

6. The Panchayati Raj is based on the principal of -

7. The definition of political party was given for the first time by-

8. Among the following who was the Speaker in two Lok Sabhas?

9. What is quorum required for convening the Lok Sabha?

10. Which of the following does not fall within the purview of ordinance making power of the President?

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    Phyllanthus (E), Stone breaker (E):

    This is a very bitter-tasting small shrub that literally means 'the amalaki of the earth' as this very low-lying shrub's leaves resemble the pattern and shape of her somewhat grander celestial namesake. Amalaki (Emblica officinalis) is referred to in some books as Phyllanthus emblica. Bhumiamalaki is a wonderful liver remedy that is also effective for clearing gall and bladder stones.

    Liver Its affinity for balancing ran˜jaka pitta treats viral hepatitis, chronic hepatitis and it acts as a cholagogue. It is also useful for clearing and preventing gallstones. Human clinical trials attest to the improvement in liver function and alleviation of hepatitis symptoms. Digestion Its ability to clear aggravated pacaka pitta benefits digestive tract disorders with hyperacidity, inflammation and dysentery (Paranjape 2001). Skin Used where the liver is the root of the skin inflammation . It is also applied externally for skin heat, swelling and itching. Immunity May be of use in impaired immune disorders; especially viral conditions such as myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), HIV, flu, herpes (Mehrotra et al 1991). Gynaecology Used in menorrhagia from high pitta. It clears inflammatory heat from the lower abdomen and this reduces congestion, leucorrhoea and painful urination. Urine It effectively clears stones and gravel from the urinary system. It may have a use in managing diabetes and reducing blood sugar levels.

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