Territory Of The Union

  1. 22.   Which Article of Indian constitution empowers the parliament to form new state or alter the

            boundaries of any state?
    A.) 1 AA B.) 2
    C.) 3 D.) 4 AB
    Answer: Option 'A'

  2. 23.   No bill for the purpose of altering or creation of new states shall be introduced in either House

            of parliament except
    A.)On recommendation of the parliament B.) On recommendation of the supreme court
    C.) On recommendation of the prime minister D.) On recommendation of the concern governor
    Answer: Option 'A'

  3. 24.   The parliament may form new states or alter the boundaries etc. of existing states and there by

           change the political map of India by

    A.) By 2/3rd majority

    B.) By 3/4th majority

    C.)By a simple majority and by ordinary legislature process

    D.)By all the above methods
    Answer: Option 'C'

  4. 25.   The Andhra state Act 1953, found a new state named Andhra, by taking out some territory from the

            state of
    A.) Madras B.) Mysore
    C.) Karnataka D.) None of the above
    Answer: Option 'A'

  5. 26.   By the Mysore state (Alteration of name) Act, 1973, the name of Mysore has been changed into
    A.) Tamilnadu B.) Karnataka
    C.) Andhra D.)None of the above
    Answer: Option 'B'

  6. 27.   The Bihar and west Bengal (Transfer of territories) Act, 1956, transferred certain territories from
    A.) West Bengal to Bihar B.)Bihar to Orissa
    C.) Bihar to west Bengal D.) West Bengal to Orissa
    Answer: Option 'C'
  7. 28.   The state reorganisation Act, 1956, reorganised the boundaries of the different states of India in order to
    A.) Meet local and linguistic demands B.) Meet the challenges of fissiparous tendencies
    C.) Meet the challenges of communalism D.) Meet the changes of insurgency
    Answer: Option 'A'

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