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Aspects of the Indian Constitution

All questions and answers of BA, BSC, BCOM 1st year English Chapter 9 - Aspects of Indian Constitution,

1. What is the danger when a country drafts a constitution after a revolution?
What has been the result of alliance of democracy and capitalism?
Ans. When a constitution is made after a revolution, there is the danger of a sharp reaction against the past and a desire for something quite new.

2. By which consideration should a constitution be judged?
Ans. A constitution should be judged by mainly two considerations, first it must preserve all the good things of the past and secondly, it must provide measures to bring about the welfare of the people in future.

3. Which are the two most important aspects of the Indian Constitution?
Ans. The two most important aspects of the Indian Constitution are that it respects the feelings of the people and that the people are ruled by their own representatives.

4. What sort of executive is there in the United States?
Ans. In the United States, there is the a Presidential form of government, under this the president continues in office for the due period whether the legislature has confidence on him or not.

5. Which system has worked almost to its perfection in England?
Ans. A responsible government and a removable executive is the system which has worked almost to its perfection in England.

6. What sort of judiciary have we in India?
Ans. We have an Integrated judiciary in India.

7. Why do people in India say "If this is wrong, What can I do"?
Ans. They say this because they have lost their faculty of criticism and forget that it is their duty to practise it in every legitimate matter.

8. Define regionalism.
Ans. Regionalism can be defined as excessive loyalty to one's region or province to the extent of overlooking the greater interests of the nation.

9. To which authority the residuary powers in India belong?
Ans. In India, the residuary powers belong to the union government at the centre under the leadership of the Prime Minister.

10. Which action is capable of doing infinitely more harm to government?
Ans. A dictator who has people behind him is capable of doing much more harm to the government then one who has no people behind him.

11. Have we in India two classes of citizenship?
Ans. We do not have two classes of citizenship in India.

12. Who pays the leader of the opposition in England?
Ans. In England, the leader of the opposition is paid by His/Her Majesty.

Individual Freedom

All questions and answers of BA, BSC, BCOM 1st year English Chapter 10 - Individual Freedom,

1. How does communism succeed?
Ans. Communism succeeds by giving content to man's life.

2. Which country has the best system of education and health in the world?
Ans. Soviet Russia has got the best system of education and health in the world.

3. "For both of them there are no shades", who are both?
Ans. For both communalism and capitalism, there are no shades. Everything is eather black or white.

4. What does the conflict in Hungary represent?
Ans. The conflict in Hungary represents nationalism-striving for freedom from foreign control.

5. How can social progress be achieved?
Ans. Social progress can be achieved through co-operation, co-existence and regard for the individual.

6. What is socialism?
Ans. Socialism is a certain scientific approach to social and economic problems.

7. With what did communism become closely associated?
Ans. Communism become closely associated with the necessity of violence.

8. What should be our approach when we are dealing with public affairs?
Ans. Our approach should be that of an Indian and not that of a member of any particular community.