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CLAT 2024 Daily Practice Questions (26 August): CLAT exam 2024 schedule have been announced by the Consortium of NLUs (Conducting body of CLAT UG 2024). Continuing the series of daily practice questions for CLAT 2024 exam preparation, we have shared the list. As per the CLAT Exam pattern, there will be a total of 150 objective-type questions. 30 questions on the English Language section, 35 in General Knowledge and current affairs section, 40 in Legal Reasoning section, 30 in logical reasoning section, and 15 questions from quantitative techniques section. Check CLAT 2024 Daily Practice Questions for today August 26, 2023 here.
CLAT 2024 Daily Practice Questions: 26 August 2023
Check out the daily practice questions for CLAT 2024 from each section with their answers below:
- The word relentlessly can be best replaced by the word
2. In 2005, a government-appointed five-member committee, recommended that AFSPA be repealed. It suggested that the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act could be suitably amended to deal with terrorism. It made this recommendation as it felt that the AFSPA created an impression that the people of the Northeast States were being targeted for hostile treatment. Who headed this committee?
- B. P. Jeevan Reddy
- Abhishek Singhvi
- Soli Sorabjee
- Ram Jethmalani
3. Which operation was launched by the Indian Government to bring back Indians from Ukraine during Russia-Ukraine war?
- Operation Kyiv
- Operation Ganga
- Operation Rakshak
- Operation East Star
4. A law was enacted by the Parliament of India which consisted of a provision making it mandatory for every person riding a two-wheeler in India, to wear a helmet, failing which such person was made liable to a fine. Mr. X, a citizen of India, was fined for violation of the said provision. Mr. X challenged the constitutional validity of the said provision. In the given situation, which of the following statements is correct?
- The provision is violative of the Constitution of India because it is a restriction on the freedom to move freely throughout the territory of India.
- The provision is not violative of the Constitution of India because it is a reasonable restriction on the freedom to move freely throughout the territory of India.
- Mr. X’s fundamental right to move freely throughout the territory of India is violated.
- Both (A) and (C).
5. Ms. A, a Hindu female and Mr. B, a Christian male, got married as per the provisions of the law relating to special marriages in January 2018. On June 16, 2021, Ms. A and Mr. B jointly presented a petition for divorce by mutual consent before the district court on the ground that they have been living separately for a period of three years and that they have mutually agreed that the marriage should be dissolved. During the presentation of the petition, while Ms. A was present physically in the district court, Mr. B joined via video-conferencing. In the given situation, which of the following statements is correct?
- The district court may pass a decree of divorce by mutual consent six months after the date of presentation of petition for divorce.
- The district court shall pass a decree of divorce by mutual consent after all other legal requirements are fulfilled.
- The district court shall not pass a decree of divorce by mutual consent.
- Both (A) and (B).
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