6th May, 2022
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6th May, 2022

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Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about ‘sealed cover jurisprudence’?

  1. It is a practice used by the courts to seek information from government agencies in sealed envelopes.
  2. In India, this power can be exercised only by the Supreme Court of India.

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Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about the ‘Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure’?

  1. It was launched in the year 2015 at the UN after the Sendai Framework for Disaster Management was adopted at the World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction.
  2. It is a partnership of national governments, UN agencies and programmes, multilateral development banks and financing mechanisms, the private sector, and knowledge institutions to promote the resilience of new and existing infrastructure systems to climate and disaster risks.

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Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about the pardoning power of the President?

  1. There is no specific mention of pardoning powers of the President in the Constitution but they are derived from various conventions related to Government of India Act, 1935.
  2. ‘Pardon’ completely absolves the offender from all sentences, punishments and disqualifications and places him in the same position as if he had never committed the offence.

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42nd Amendment Act 1976 has frozen the population figure for delimitation purpose at the 1971 census and subsequent 84th Amendment has extended it till 2026. What is the purpose of this freezing?

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Which of the following statement(s) is/are true about the Delimitation of Constituencies?

  1. The delimitation commission(s) have been set up thrice in the history of independent India.
  2. The last delimitation exercise that increased the strength of Lok Sabha was carried out in 2002 based upon 2001 census.
  3. The next delimitation exercise is meant to happen in the year 2026 as per the constitution amendment act of 2002.

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