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Section

Question Answer
1Name and Territory of Union
3New States Formation, Alteration of Boundaries etc.
13Laws inconsistent with or in derogation of the Fundamental Rights
14Equality before Law (popularly known as Right to Equality)
15Prohibition of Discrimination (on basis of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth)
16Equality in case of Public Employment
17Abolition of Untouchability
18Abolition of Titles
19Protection of Certain Rights to Freedom (popularly known as Right to Freedom)
19aFreedom of Speech & Expression
19bRight to Peaceful Assembly
19cFreedom of Association
19dRight to Move Freely through India
19eFreedom of Settlement & Residence
19f(Omitted as a fundamental right – governed by article 300A.) Right to Own Personal Property.
19gFreedom to Practise any Profession, Occupation, Trade or Business
21Right to Life and Personal Liberty
21ARight to Education
23Prohibition of Human Trafficking and Forced Labour
24Prohibition of Child Labour
25Freedom to Practise & Propagate Religion Freely
29Protection of Interests of Minorities
32Remedies for enforcement of Fundamental Rights including writs
44Uniform Civil Code
50Separation of Judiciary from Executive
51Promotion of International Peace and Security
51AFundamental Duties
72Powers of President to Grant Pardons etc.
76Attorney-General of India
78Duties of Prime Minister
85Sessions of Parliament, Prorogation and Dissolution
93The Speaker & Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha
100Voting in Houses
105Powers, Privileges etc. of Members of Parliament
106Salaries and Allowances of Members of Parliament
108Joint Sitting of both Houses of Parliament
109-110Money Bills
112Budget
123President’s Power to Promulgate Ordinance while Parliament in Recess
127Appointment of ad hoc Judges in the Supreme Court
139Supreme Court’s Powers to Issue Certain Writs
141Supreme Court’s Law Binding on All Courts
148-149Comptroller and Auditor-General of India
155Appointment of Governor
161Power of Governors to Grant Pardon etc.
165Advocate-General for the State
167Duties of Chief Minister
224Appointment of Additional & Acting Judges in High Courts
224AAppointment of Retired Judges in High Courts
226Power of High Courts to issue writs
280Finance Commission
312All India Services
324Election Commission
335SCs and STs claim to Services and Posts
343Official Language
352National Emergency
356President’s Rule in case of Failure of Constitutional Machinery in States
360Financial Emergency
368Power of Parliament to Amend the Constitution
370Temporary provisions with respect to the state of Jammu and Kashmir
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