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Q. State the age limit prescribed under Section 82 of Indian Penal Code in which if a child commits an overt act is not considered as an offence?
– Under the age of 12 years.
– Under the age of 7 years.
– Under the age of 16 years.
– Under the age of 18 years.

Q. When the injury is intentional and sufficient to cause death in the ordinary course of nature and death follows. The offence is of the category:
– Attempt to murder
– Culpable homicide not amounting to murder
– Murder
– Attempt to suicide

Q. Principle: Theft + Violence or Threat to violence = Robbery.
Facts: M meets B and her child on a river bridge. M takes the child and threatens to fling it down to the river unless B delivers her purse. B in consequence delivers her purse.
What offence ‘M’ has committed?
– M is liable for theft.
– M is liable for coercion.
– M is liable for robbery.
– M is liable for extortion.

Q. Fill in the gap: A disability for _________ days constitutes grievous hurt.
– A week
– A fortnight
– A month
– A minimum of twenty days

Q. Fill in the gap with appropriate word: Wrongful restraint means keeping a person from out of his _________ of his residence.
– House
– Place
– Hotel
– Guest House

Q. Fill in the gap which is more appropriate. Inducing a girl under 18 years of age to go away with him from _________ is an offence of
– Normal home
– Place of work
– Domestic area
– Any place

Q. Find the correct answer: The principle of intergenerational equity envisages:
– Conservation of options
– Conservation of quality
– Conservation of access
– All the above

Q. Find the correct answer: The Supreme Court allowed compensation of Rs. 23.84 lakhs and later allowed additional compensation of Rs. 47 lakhs to the farmers whose crops got damaged, being irrigated by subsoil water drawn from a stream which was polluted from untreated effluents of 22 industries. It was decided in the case of
– Vellore Citizens Welfare Forum vs. Union of India
– Indian Council for Environment Action vs. Union of India
– S. Jagannath vs. Union of India
– Narmada Bachao Andolan vs. Union of India

Q. The concept of sustainable development contains which of the following essentials?
– The precautionary principle
– The polluter pays principle
– The doctrine of public trust
– All above

Q. Assertion (A): The Supreme Court in Banwasi Seva Ashram vs. State of Uttar Pradesh, permitted the government agency to acquire the forest land, ousting certain tribal dwellers to implement a power project only after they agreed to provide certain facilities approved by the Court.
Reason (R): Because the governmental action had an environmental impact that threatened to dislocate poor forest dwellers and disrupt their life-style infringing their fundamental right to life, which include the right to livelihood.
– (A) is true and (R) is false.
– (A) and (R) both are true, but (R) is not a correct explanation of (A).
– (A) is false and (R) is true.
– Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is good explanation of (A).

Q. The Supreme Court observed that noise pollution cannot be tolerated, even if such noise was a direct result of and was connected with religious activities in the case of
– A.P. Pollution Control Board vs. Prof M.V. Naidu
– Church of God (Full Gospel) in India vs. KKR Majestic Colony Welfare Association.
– K.M. Chinappa vs. Union of India
– Narmada Bachao Andolan vs. Union of India

Q. Assertion (A): Nobody can claim a fundamental right to create noise pollution by amplifying the sound of his speech with the help of loudspeaker.
Reason (R): While one has a right to speech, others have a right to listen or decline to listen. Anyone who wishes to live in peace, comfort and quiet within his house has a fundamental right to prevent the noise as pollutant ion reaching him.
– (A) is true, but (R) is false.
– (A) is false, but (R) is true.
– Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not a correct explanation.
– Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is good explanation of (A)

Q. In which of the following cases it was held that there is no reason to compel non-smokers to be helpless victims of air pollution?
– Samantha vs. State of A.P.
– M.C. Mehta vs. Union of India
– Murli Deora vs. Union of India
– Sheela Barse vs. Union of India

Q. Protection and improvement of environment and safeguarding forests and wildlife is
– A fundamental right
– One of the Directive Principles of State Policy.
– One of the Fundamental Duties
– Both, one of the Directive Principles of State Policy and one of the Fundamental Duties

Q. Who stated that international law is not true law but ‘positive international morality’ only, analogous to the rules binding a club or society?
– Oscar Schachter
– John Austin
– Louis Flenkin
– Hans Kelson

Q. Opino juris sive necessitatis means
– Opinions of jurists is necessary evidence for determining rules of international custom
– Opinions of jurists is not necessary for ascertaining the rules of international law
– The feeling on the part of States that in acting as they do they are fulfilling a legal obligation
– None of the choices

Q. Which of the following cases supports constitutive theory of recognition, namely, the act of recognition alone confers international personality on an entity purporting to be a state or clothes new government with an authority to enter into international relations?
– The Arantzazu Mendi, (1939) A.C. P 256
– A.M. Luther vs. James Sagor & Co, (1921) 3 K.B. P.532
– Tinoco Concessions, (1923) 1 United Nations Reports of International Arbitral Awards P 369
– None of the choices

Q. Which of the following statements is true?
– Nationality is the evidence of the link or relations of an individual with the State whereas domicile denotes de facto residence of an individual in a State with an intention to permanently settle there.
– Nationality is an evidence of residence of an individual with an intention to permanently settle there.
– Domicile denotes the link or relations of an individual with the State.
– None of the above

Q. The Charter of the United Nations came into force on
– 26 June 1945
– 10 December 1945
– 24 October 1945
– 1 November 1945

Q. A member of the United Nations which has persistently violated the principles contained in the Charter may be expelled from the United Nations by the
– Security Council
– General Assembly
– General Assembly upon the recommendation of the Security Council
– Security Council upon the recommendation of the General Assembly

Q. The Judges of the International Court of Justice are elected by the
– General Assembly
– Security Council
– General Assembly upon recommendation of the Security Council
– General Assembly and the Security Council independently of one another

Q. Under Section 6 of the Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act, 1956 the natural guardian of a minor child is
– Mother
– Father
– Both Mother and Father
– Either Mother or Father

Q. A Muslim wife can relinquish her Mahr
– When she is minor
– When she has attained the age of puberty
– When she is not less than 18 years of age
– When she is not less than 21 years of age.

Q. In Islamic Law “Faskh” means
– Restitution of conjugal rights
– Judicial separation
– Dissolution or rescission of the contract of marriage by judicial decree at the instance of the husband.
– Dissolution on rescission of the contract of marriage by judicial decree at the instance of the wife.

Q. Muta marriage is recognised by
– Hanafi School
– Maliki School
– Ithna Ashari School
– Hanbali School

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