Law Paper II – June 2011

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LAW Paper – II June 2011

1.   The Supreme Court of India has adopted new approach for the interpretation of the concept ‘Equality’ in

(A) State of West Bengal V. Anwarli Sarkar

(B) EP Royappa V. State of Tamil Nadu

(C) Keshavanand Bharati V. State of Kerala

(D) State of Karnataka V. Appa Balu Ingale


2.   In which of the following case the Supreme Court said ‘Right to Life does not include Right to Die’ ?

(A) P. Rathinam V. Union of India

(B) M.C. Mehta V. Union of India

(C) Gan kaur V. State of Punjab

(D) Sunil Batra V. Superintendent, Delhi Administration


3. Which one of the following privileges is guaranteed to the President of India under Article 361 of the Constitution ?

(A) Not to participate in the Parliamentary proceedings.

(B) He is answerable to the chief Justice of India.

(C) He is not to be answerable to any court during the term of his office.

(D) Can address both the Houses of Parliament at the time of joint session.


4. Money Bills can be introduced only

(A) in Rajya Sabha

(B) in both Houses of Parliament

(C) in Lok Sabha only

(D) None of the above


5. Who has the power to dissolve the House of the People ?

(A) The Council of Ministers

(B) The Prime Minister

(C) The Speaker of the Lok Sabha

(D) The President


6. Judicial review in the Indian Constitution is based on

(A) Procedure established by law

(B) Due process of Law

(C) Rule of Law

(D) Precedents and Conventions


7. ‘Limits of Jurisprudence Defined’ written by

(A) Jeremy Bentham

(B) John Austin

(C) T.E. Holland

(D) H.L.A. Hart


8. H.L.A. Hart remarks that ‘Law is a

(A) Union of primary and secondary rules.

(B) Union of Public and Private law.

(C) Union of Central and State law.

(D) Union of effective rules.


9. The term ‘Legal theory’ has been first time coined by

(A) Hans Kelsen

(B) W. Friedman

(C) Salmond

(D) Ronald Dworkin


10. There are ______ theories of punishment.

(A) Two

(B) Three

(C) Four

(D) Five


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