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Who was the first Attorney-General for India?
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B
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Who: 
M.C. Setalvad
What: was the first Attorney-General for India
When: from 1950 to 1963

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About M. C. Setalvad:

M. C. Setalvad was an eminent Indian jurist. He later became the first and longest serving Attorney General for India from 1950 to 1963. He also remained the Chairman of the First Law Commission of India from 1955 to 1958, which is mandated for legal reform in the country by Government of India. He became the first Chairman of the Bar Council of India in 1961.

He was awarded with the Padma Vibhushan, India's second highest civilian honour by Government of India in 1957.
 
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2
 The chairman of Fundamental Rights Sub-Committee of the constituent Assembly was:
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D
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Who: 
J. B. Kripalani full named Jivatram Bhagwandas Kripalani
What: was chairman of Fundamental Rights Sub-Committee of the constituent Assembly

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J.B. Kripalani full named Jivatram Bhagwandas Kripalani  was an Indian politician, noted particularly for holding the presidency of the Indian National Congress during the transfer of power in 1947. He was mainly known as Acharya Kripalani. He was also a chairman of Fundamental Rights Sub-Committee of the constituent Assembly. 

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3
Consider the following statements about the Attorney-General of India?
 
1. He is appointed by the President of India

2. He has the right to take part in the proceeding of the Parliament.

3. He has the right of audience in all courts in India.

Which of the statements given above are correct?
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D
The Attorney General of India is the Indian government's chief legal advisor, and its primary lawyer in the Supreme Court of India. He is appointed by the President of India under Article 76(1) of the Constitution and holds office during the pleasure of the President.

Powers and Duties:

The Attorney General is necessary for giving advice to the Government of India in legal matters referred to him. He also performs other legal duties assigned to him by the President. The Attorney General has the right of audience in all Courts in India as well as the right to participate in the proceedings of the Parliament, though not to vote. The Attorney General appears on behalf of Government of India in all cases (including suits, appeals and other proceedings) in the Supreme Court in which Government of India is concerned. He also represents the Government of India in any reference made by the President to the Supreme Court under Article 143 of the Constitution.

Hence, the option D is correct.


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Consider the following statements

1. The Chairman and the Members of the UPSC are appointed by the President.

2. The Chairman and the Members of the UPSC are eligible for further employment under the Government.

Which of the statement given above is/are correct?
 
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C
Article - 316 says that be Chairman and other members of UPSC shall be appointed by the President of India.

Hence, the option C is correct.

 
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One feature is common to the following bodies. Find it out. Supreme Court, Election Commission, UPSC, Office of CAG.
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D
They are all constitutional bodies. Constitutional Bodies in India are formed by the Constitution which helps the Government to run properly. Each of these permanent or semi-permanent organizations is responsible for the administration of specific function. Some additional bodies help them by providing advisory functions.

Hence, the option D is correct.