IMPORTANT ARTICLES OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION

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IMPORTANT ARTICLES OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION

ArticlesDeals with
1Name and territory of the Union
3Formation of new states by separation of territory or by unifying two or more states.
14Equality before law
15Prohibition of discrimination on the ground of race, religion, caste, sex or birth place.
16Equality of opportunity in public employment.
17Abolition of Untouchability.
18Abolition of titles
19Freedom of speech
21ARight to elementary education
23Prohibition of traffic in human being and forced labour.
24Prohibition of employment of children in factories.
25Freedom of conscience and free profession, practice and propagation of religion.
30Right of minorities to establish and administer educational; institutions.
31Right to Property (Deleted by 44th Amendment Act)
32Right to Constitutional Remedies. Under this Article, the Supreme Court is empowered to enforce the Fundamental Rights. B. R. Ambedkar called this Article as ‘Soul and Heart of the Constitution.’
40Organization of Village Panchayat.
44Uniform Civil Code for Citizens.
46Promotion of educational and economic interests of SCs, STs and other weaker sections.
50Separation of judiciary from the executive.
51AFundamental Duties
61Procedure for the impeachment of the President.
72Power of President to grand pardon to suspend, remit or commute sentences in certain cases.
76Independent office of Attorney General of India.
108Joint sitting of both houses in the Parliament.
110Deals with Money Bill.
112Annual financial statement. (Budget)
117Special provision as to financial bills.
143Advisory jurisdiction i.e. power of the President to consult the Supreme Court.
148Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG)of India
149Duties and power of CAG
155Appointment of Governor
161Power of Governor to grand pardon to suspend, remit or commute sentences in certain cases.
165Office of Advocate General of the State.
169Creation and abolition of legislative council in states.
226Power of High Courts to issue writs.
239AASpecial provisions with respect to Delhi.
280Finance Commission is constituted by the President of India.
324Provides free and fair election.
352National Emergency
356President’s Rule
360Financial Emergency
368Powers Parliament to amend the constitution.
370Special status of Jammu and Kashmir (Repealed)
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