#1. The rule of equality before law is not absolute. What are exception to its rule? 1. The President and governor are not answerable to any court for exercise and performance of the powers and duties of his office. 2. No members of Parliament shall be liable to any preceding in any court in respect to anything said in the Parliament. 3. The ministers are exempted from arrest in civil and criminal cases. Select correct answer using codes given below:
#2. Consider the following statements in the context of Indian Polity: 1. The constitution under article 15 prohibits the discrimination on certain ground but state is permitted to make special provision for women and children. 2. Through the state provide for equality of opportunity in the public employment, it can provide reservation of appointment or post in favour of backward class that is not adequately represented in state services. Select the correct answer using codes given below.
#3. Which of the following is/are correctly matched. 1. Abolition of title: Article 17 2. Freedom of speech and expression: Article 19 3. Abolition of Untouchability: Article 18. Select correct answer using codes given below.
#4. Consider the following statements: 1. Freedom of press 2. Freedom to form cooperative society 3. Freedom to know about government activities. Which of the above comes under freedom of speech and expression?
#5. ‘Due process of law’ was imbibed by the Supreme Court in interpretation of protection of ‘life and personal liberty’ in which of the following case?