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Human rights in India: Quiz


Question 1: The law has been used to harass HIV/AIDS prevention efforts, as well as sex workers, ________, and other groups at risk of the disease.
Sexually transmitted diseasePenisMen who have sex with menSexual intercourse

Question 2: [28] The ________, while not mentioning the word "press", provides for "the right to freedom of speech and expression" (Article 19(1) a).
Administrative divisions of IndiaConstitution of IndiaPolitical integration of IndiaGovernment of India

Question 3: The ________ provides for Fundamental rights, which include freedom of religion.
Political integration of IndiaConstitution of IndiaAdministrative divisions of IndiaGovernment of India

Question 4: To nullify the decision of the Supreme Court, the ________ government enacted The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Divorce) Act 1986
Jawaharlal NehruRajiv GandhiAbul Kalam AzadIndira Gandhi

Question 5: Lesser incidents plague many towns and villages; representative was the killing of five people in ________, Uttar Pradesh during Hindu-Muslim rioting, which was triggered by the proposed celebration of a Hindu festival.

Question 6: Joshi, the programme coordinator of the Indian branch of the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative in ________ comments that the main issue at hand concerning police violence is a lack of accountability of the police.
ChanakyapuriConnaught Place, New DelhiNew DelhiChandni Chowk

Question 7: In 2006, the ________ in a judgment in the Prakash Singh vs. Union of India case, ordered central and state governments with seven directives to begin the process of police reform.
Chief Justice of IndiaGovernment of IndiaAdministrative divisions of IndiaSupreme Court of India

Question 8: Despite state prohibitions against torture and custodial misconduct by the police, ________ is widespread in police custody, which is a major reason behind deaths in custody.
Human rightsCapital punishmentSlaveryTorture

Question 9: 1989-present - Kashmiri insurgency sees ethnic cleansing of ________, desecrating Hindu temples, killing of Hindus and Sikhs, and abductions of foreign tourists and government functionaries.
AbhinavaguptaBrahminKashmiri PanditJammu and Kashmir

Question 10: 1952 - ________ 1871 repealed by government, former "criminal tribes" categorized as "denotified" and Habitual Offenders Act (1952) enacted.
Anti-ArabismRacial segregationCriminal Tribes ActEthnic cleansing

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