Indian Polity & Economy MCQ - Multiple Choice Question and Answer

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Question No : 211
Who is the 37th Chief Justice of India ?

Ram Jethmalani
Y. K. Sabharwal
Bijubhai Patnaik
K. G. Balkrishnan

Question No : 212
The Finance Commission is constituted under arti-0cle ........ of the constitution of India.

None of the above

Question No : 213
In which general election did the Congress Party lose majority in the Parliament for the first time ?

None of the above

Question No : 214
Who was the President of India at the time of proclamation of emergency in the year 1976 ?

V. V. Giri
Giani Zail Singh
Fakhruddin Ali Ahmad
Shankar Dayal Sharma

Question No : 215
Assertion (A) : The number of the members of the Union Public Service Commission is prescribed in the constitution of India.
Reason (R) : The Union Public Service Commission was constituted under the provisions in the Constitution of India.

Both A and R are individually true and R is the correct explanation of A
Both A and R are individually true but R is not the correct explanation of A
A is true but R is false
A is false but R is true

Question No : 216
Which one of the following statements is not correct ?

The Vice-President of India holds office for a period of five years
The Vice-President of India can be removed by a simple majority of votes passed in the Rajya Sabha only
The Vice-President of India continues to be in office even after the expiry of his term till his successor talkes over
The Supreme Court of India has to look into all disputes with regard to the election the Vice-President of India

Question No : 217
Consider the following statements :
1. A money bill cannot be introduced in the Council of States.
2. The Council of States cannot reject a money bill nor amend it.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct ?

1 only
2 only
Both 1 and 2
Neither 1 nor 2