Rights are the claims of a person over other fellow beings, over the society and over the government. Rights are reasonable claims of a person recognised by society and sanctioned by law. In most of the democratic countries, rights are written down in the constitution.
Q.1: The Constitution of India recognises the right to water as being a part of the Right to Life under Article ______. a) 15 b) 21 c) 2 Q.2: The Constitution guarantees the Right to Education for all children between the ages of _______. a) 6-14 b) 5-12 c) 4-18 Q.3: ___________ is responsible forContinue reading “Public Facilities”