||When was the Supreme Court inaugurated in India?
||28 January, 1950
||The sanctioned strength of the Supreme Court of India is –
||The Supreme Court in India was established by –
||The Indian Constitution
||The power to increase the number of Judges in the Supreme Court of India is vested in –
||A Judge of the Supreme Court may resign his office by writing a letter to –
||Who appoints the Judges of the Supreme Court of India?
||What is the retirement age of the Judges of the Supreme Court?
||“The age of a Judge of the Supreme Court of India shall be determined by such authority and in a manner as Parliament may by-laws provide” inserted by which amendment?
||15th Constitution Amendment
||Salaries of the Judges of the Supreme Court are determined by –
||The Acting Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India is appointed by –
||Ad hoc Judges are appointed in the Supreme Court when –
||There is no quorum of the Judges available to hold
||The Indian Constitution provides for the appointment of “Ad hoc Judges” in –
||In which year was the Collegium System for the appointment of Judges adopted by the Supreme Court of India?
||The minimum number of Judges of the Supreme Court required for hearing any case involving interpretation of the Constitution is –
||The power of the Supreme Court of India to decide disputes between the Centre and the State falls under its –
||The second largest bench Constituted by the Supreme Court to date was in which case?
||In which case the Supreme Court of India enunciated the ‘Doctrine of Basic Structure’?
||In which case did the Supreme Court hold that “Fundamental Rights enable a man to chalk out his life in the manner he likes best “?
||Golaknath Vs. The State of Punjab
||Which Article of the Constitution of India deals with the Appellate Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court in connection with Constitutional Cases?
||Article 132 read with Article 134 A
||Curative Petition in India can be filed in the Supreme Court under which article?
||Which Article of the Constitution permits the Supreme Court to review its judgment or order?
||In India, Judicial Review implies –
The power of the Judiciary to pronounce upon the constitutionality of laws and executive orders
||Under which Article of the Constitution the Courts have been prohibited from inquiring about the proceedings of the Parliament?
||With reference to the constitution of India, prohibitions or limitations or provisions contained in ordinary laws cannot act as prohibitions or limitations on constitutional powers under Article 142. It could mean which one of the following?
The Supreme Court of India is not constrained in the exercise of its powers by laws made by the Parliament
||In India, the power of Judicial Review is enjoyed by?
||The Supreme Court as well as High Courts
||Who has the last authority to explain the Constitution?
||Who said ‘ judicial activism’ should not become ‘judicial adventurism’?
||Justice A.S. Anand
||Who is the custodian of the Indian Constitution?
||Who has the right to seek an advisory opinion of the Supreme Court on any question of law –
||The power to enlarge the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of India with respect to any matter included in the Union List of Legislative Powers rests with –
||By whom the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of India can be enlarged?
||Parliament by making a law
||The advisory powers of the Supreme Court of India imply that it may –
Advise the President on the issues of law or fact which are of public importance
||Who has the right under the Constitution to seek the opinion of the Supreme Court on the question of law?
||Under which Article of the Indian Constitution did the President make a reference to the Supreme Court to seek the Court’s opinion on the Constitutional validity of the Election Commission’s decision on deferring the Gujarat Assembly Elections (in the year 2002)?
||Under which Article of the Constitution of India Supreme Court safeguards the Fundamental Rights of the Indian citizens?
||To become a Judge of the Supreme Court, a person must be an advocate in the High Court for at least how many years?
||“I will bear true faith and allegiance to the Constitution of India, uphold the Sovereignty and Integrity of India, Perform the duties of my office, uphold the Constitution and Law.” it is the form of Oath taken by –
||The Chief Justice of India
||Who has the right to transfer any case anywhere in India?
||Who was the Chief Justice of India when Public Interest litigation was introduced in the Indian Judicial System?
||The source of the ‘Basic Structure Theory of the Constitution’ in India is –
||The Supreme Court of India is a ‘Court of Record.’ It implies that –
All its decisions have evidentiary value and cannot be questioned in any court
||Which Court in India is/are known as the Court (s) of Record?
||The High Courts and the Supreme Court
||The Supreme Court holds its meetings in New Delhi, but it can meet elsewhere –
||With the approval of the President
||Who is appointed as the fourth female Judge of the Supreme Court in April 2010?
||Justice Gyan Sudha Misra
||Which judge of the Supreme Court of India has not worked in the Rajasthan High Court as a judge?
||Justice R.C. Lahoti
||TDSAT judgments can be challenged in the –
||High Court and Supreme Court
||Public Interest Litigations was introduced by –
||PIL is –
||Public Interest Litigation
||Where can the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) be filed?
||Both in the High Courts & Supreme Court
||The concept of Public Interest Litigation originated in which country?
||The United States
||The status of women in Indian Society was glorified by a Judgement of a Court in September 2003. The Court is –
||Supreme Court of India
||Under which law is it prescribed that all proceedings in the Supreme Court of India shall be in English language?
||Article 348 of the Constitution of India
||In which case the Supreme Court observed that the Central Bureau of Investigation is a ‘Caged Parrot’?
||Coal Gate Scam Case