Q27. Explain Right to Equality.
What is the significance of the Right to Equality?
What is the fundamental Right to Equality?
What are the main features of ‘Right to equality’?
Q28. Which Fundamental Rights will the following situations violate?
i. If a 13-year old child is working in a factory manufacturing carpets.
ii. If a politician in one state decides to not allow labourers from other states to work in his state.
iii. If a group of people are not given permission to open a Telugu-medium school in Kerala.
iv. If the government decides not to promote an officer of the armed forces for being a woman.
Q29. How was the Indian Constitution made?
How constitution of India is formed?
Q30. What is the importance of constitution?
Q31. Write a brief note on the struggle for freedom in Nepal.
Q32. In each of the following situations, identify the minority. Write one reason why you think it is
important to respect the views of the minority in each of these situations.
(a) In a school with 30 teachers, 20 of them are male.
(b) In a city, 5 per cent of the population are Buddhists.
(c) In a factory mess for all employees, 80 per cent are vegetarians.
(d) In a class of 50 students, 40 belong to more well-off families.