Polity- One Liners- June 9, 2017

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Polity– One Liners


1-A State which does not promote or interfere in the affairs of religion is referred to as Secular.

2-Detailed provisions regarding acquisition and termination of Indian citizenship are contained in Act passed by the Parliament in 1955.

3-A person can lose citizenship through Deprivation, Termination, and Renunciation.

4-The Office of the Governor General of India was for the first time created under Regulating Act, 1773.

5-The aims and objectives of the Constitution have been enshrined in ‘The Preamble’.

6-The British Crown assumed sovereignty over India from East India Company in 1858.

7- Montague-Chelmsford Reform Act is also known as the Act of 1919.

8-The Constituent Assembly made the Constitution of India.

9-The Constituent Assembly was set up to under the Cabinet Mission Plan of 1946.

10-Provincial Autonomy introduced in India under Government of India Act, 1935.

11-The Communist Party was not associated with the Constituent Assembly of India.

12-The mind and ideals of the framers of the Constitution are reflected in the Preamble

13-Gandhiji advocated ‘Grama Swarajya’ for the growth of the villages


14-Our Constitution prohibits Untouchability.

15-The ideals of liberty, equality and fraternity enshrined in the Preamble of the Constitution were adopted under inspiration from ‘The French Revolution’.

16-Removal of Judges of the Supreme Court, Judicial Review, Fundamental Rights features were borrowed by the framers of the Constitution from the US Constitution.

17-The Constitution declared India as a Republic on 26-01-1950.

18-Abraham Lincoln has given the following statement: ‘Democracy means a Government of the people, by the people and for the people’.

Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln

19-The States were reorganized on linguistic basis in 1956.

20-The Constitution of India describes India as ‘Union of States’.

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