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Question: What is the maximum period upto which a proclamation issued by the President under Article-356 of the Constitution and approved/extended by the Parliament may, normally, remain in force?
Options:
A.Six months
B.One year
C.Two years
D.Untill it is repealed by the Parliament
Answer: Option A

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Question 1. How many times have the President declared National emergency-
  1.    Once
  2.    Twice
  3.    Thrice
  4.    Never
Answer: Option C
Question 2. In case State emergency is declared, it needs Parliamentary approval after every-
  1.    6 months
  2.    1 year
  3.    2 years
  4.    5 years
Answer: Option A
Question 3. The majority of the provisions of the Indian Constitution can be amended-
  1.    By the State Legislatures acting together
  2.    By the Parliament alone
  3.    With the joint approval of the Parliament and State Legislatures
  4.    Only on ratification by half of the States
Answer: Option B
Question 4. What is the period within which a proclamation of national emergency made by the President is to be placed before each house of the Parliament for approval?
  1.    Within one month
  2.    Within two months
  3.    Within four months
  4.    Within six months
Answer: Option A
Question 5. A proclamation of emergency, under Article-352, on account of war or aggression requires approval of the parliament within-
  1.    One month
  2.    Two months
  3.    Four months
  4.    Six months
Answer: Option A
Question 6. If the President declares emergency then this proclamation must be approved by the Parliament within-
  1.    1 year
  2.    6 Months
  3.    3 Months
  4.    1 Months
Answer: Option D

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