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The set of rules according to which the government governs a country is called ________
Which country has the longest written constitution in the world?
When did India become a republic?
The constitution of India came into effect on _______ .
Which day is celebrated as Republic Day?
Who was the architect of the constitution of India?
The basic rights given by our constitution to every citizen are known as ______.
The fundamental rights are for the well being of the ______.
There are ____ Fundamental Rights.
We can move ______ to protect these rights if they are denied.
Right to equality means all citizens are equal before the ______.
In which right, all citizens are treated as equal?
The free and compulsory education for all children between 6 to 14years of age comes under which right?
We can speak freely and choose any occupation as per ______________ .
Free and compulsory education is for children between ___________ years of age.
Treating someone unfairly in order to get some benefit is known as _______.
The Right against exploitation does not allow children below ______ years of age to be employed.
All people are free to follow any religion according to which right?
Groups of people who are less in number are called __________ .
Which right allows minorities to develop and preserve their culture?
The right to __________ allows every citizen to move court if any of their rights are denied.
The constitution of India expects the citizens to perform certain duties towards the country called ______.
We must abide by the ______.
We must show respect to the ___________, according to the Fundamental Duties.
We must take care of the _______.
We must preserve our ________ as it is one of our Fundamental Duties.
Parents or guardians must send their children to ________.
Our constitution lists some ______ for the government to ensure the welfare of the people.
The guidelines for the government to ensure the welfare of the people are called _______.
The government ensures that people have proper ________ conditions.
The government should ensure that every child goes to ______ as per Directive Principle.
According to the guidelines, every person should get proper _______ when they are sick.
The directive principles in the constitution of India are adopted from _______.
Keeping our surroundings clean is our ______ duty.
Which type of country is governed by the representatives elected by the people?
The people who were born and live in the same country are called ________.
Rules made by the government are called _____.
What are the directive principles?
All indian ______ are equal.
The constitution does not allow the rich to ______ the poor.
Millions of ______ children in our country work in shops, factories and homes.
The people who employ small children are ______ citizens.
We must stand up when the _______ is played.
We should throw ______ in dustbins.
We should study _____.
We should not reach school ______.
We should not make ______ in class.
We should take part in class _______.
It is our Fundamental right to get _____ food.
Which among these is one of our Fundamental Duties?