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February 1, 2017

GS Test-9-Indian Polity-Citizenship

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1) Which type of Citizenship, the Constitution has established for the whole of India?
2) Which country accepted the policy of Dual Citizenship?
3) A person will lose his citizenship, if
4) The brand name of 16 digit unique identification number to be assigned to each individual in the country will be
5) Which of the following status relating to the Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI) and the Non-Resident Indian (NRI) is true?
6) Indian citizenship is lost when
7) ‘AADHAR’ is a programme
8) Which of the following condition/ conditions must be fulfilled by the NRIs to be eligible to vote in elections in India?
1.They must be physically present in their place of origin to exercise their franchise.
2.NRIs whether they have acquired citizenship of other countries are not eligible to vote.
3.Eligible NRIs have to register by filling up From 6-A with electoral registration office.
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9) In which of the following ways can Indian citizenship be acquired?
1.By Descent 2.By Naturalisation 3.By Registration 4.By Birth
10) Consider the following situation : S is the 14 year old son of A and B, the two American nations who were conferred Indian citizenship recently on an application. For citizenship by naturalization. Let S wants to acquire the Indian citizenship after four years, which of the following steps in switch for him?
11) Persons of Indian origin who were citizens of 16-countries list, were eligible to apply for dual Citizenships. Which of the following countries are included in the 16 countries list?
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12) If any new territory becomes a part of India, who shall notify the persons of that territory to be citizens of India?
13) Citizenship cannot be terminated
14) Match the following
Article related to Citizenship Related Explanations
A.Article-6 1.Rights of citizenship of certain migrants to Pakistan
B.Article-7 2.Citizenship right of certain persons who have migrated to India from Pakistan.
C.Article-8 3.Rights of citizenship of persons of Indian origin residing outside India
D.Article-9 4.Persons voluntarily acquiring citizenship of a foreign state not to be citizens
15) What is the meaning of Domicile according to Indian Constitution?
16) Who among the following can become citizen of India under the Constitution?
17) Under which of the following conditions citizenship can be provided in India?
1.One should be born in India.
2.Either of whose parents was bom in India.
3.Who has been ordinary resident of India for not less than five years.
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18) Who can acquire the Indian citizensip by naturalisation?
19) Which of the following statements are correct regarding Dual Citizenship 2005 in India
1.Dual citizens are to be treated as citizens for the purpose of taxation.
2.They are not eligible to be elected to public office.
3.The Dual Citizenship does not provide voting rights to the NRIs.
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20) If a person wants to acquire a citizensip of India through nationalisation, he must fulfill which of the following conditions?
21) With what subject do the Articles 5 to 11 of the Constitution of India deal?
22) Consider the following statements regarding termination of citizenship of India
1.Renunciation is a voluntary process by which a person holding a citizenship of other also may relinquish.
2.When a person acquires the citizenship of another country he has to give up the Citizenship.
3.Deprivation is a compulsory termination when a Citizenship is required by fraud.
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23) Naturalisation may take place if a foreigner is
1.not a citizen of a country where Indian citizens cannot become naturalised citizens.
2.renounces his citizenship of other country.
3.of good character.
24) A citizen acquiring citizenship through naturalisation
25) Which one among the following has the power to regulate the right of citizenship in India?
26) S shall apply for citizenship by naturalization
27) The detailed provisions regarding acquisition and termination of Indian citizenship are contained in the Citizenship Act which was passed by
28) Which of the following is not a condition for becoming a citizen of India?
29) Consider the following statements receding citizens and aliens
1.Aliens do not enjoy all the Fundamental Rights
2.Citizens alone have the right to hold offices of Attorney General and the Advocate General.
3.Like citizenship, domicile is also one for the whole of India.
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30) Every person shall be a citizen of India who has migrated from Pakistan to India before  .........  and since then have been originally residing in India

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