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Exercise :: Bills and Acts - Latest Current Affairs

  • Bills and Acts - Latest Current Affairs
1. 

Under which section of IPC sedition law is presented?

A. Section 121
B. Section 123
C. Section 124
D. Section 122

Answer: Option C

Explanation:

Section 124A under IPC upheld the constitutionality of sedition to "acts involving intention or tendency to create disorder, or disturbance of law and order, or incitement to violence" etc.

2. 

From when will be 'One Nation One Ration Card' scheme, available across the country?

A. 30th June
B. 1st July
C. 2nd July
D. 5th July

Answer: Option B

Explanation:

One Nation One Ration Card' scheme, which will allow portability of food security benefits, will be available across the country from July 1, 2020. This means poor migrant workers will be able to buy subsidised rice and wheat from any ration shop in the country, so long as their ration cards are linked to Aadhaar.

3. 

The Rashtriya Kamdhenu Aayog (RKA) would be set up for __________ ?

A. Conservation of Cows
B. Protection of Cows
C. Progeny of Cows
D. All of the above

Answer: Option D

Explanation:

The Union Cabinet has approved the proposal for the establishment of Rashtriya Kamdhenu Aayog (RKA) for conservation, protection and development of cows and their progeny. It will lead to the development of the cattle population in the country including the development and conservation of indigenous breeds. It will result in the growth of the livestock sector which is more inclusive, benefit women, and small and marginal farmers.

4. 

Name the bill that was passed in the Parliament that seeks to clarify that allottees under a real estate project should be treated as financial creditors.

A. Recovery of Non-Performing Assets Bill, 2017
B. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Second Amendment) Bill, 2018
C. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (First Amendment) Bill, 2017
D. Recovery of Non-Performing Assets (Amendment) Bill, 2018

Answer: Option B

Explanation:

Parliament has passed the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Second Amendment) Bill,2018 with the Rajya Sabha's approval. The Bill seeks to clarify that allottees under a real estate project should be treated as financial creditors. Home buyers will get due representation in the Committee of Creditors and make them an important part of decision making process. Setting up of a special dispensation for small sector enterprises has also been made.

5. 

Which of the following country's Parliament approved Anti-Defection Bill?

A. Maldives
B. Mauritius
C. Fiji
D. Seychelles

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

The Maldives Parliament has approved the anti-defection bill with retrospective effect amidst the boycott by opposition MPs. According to the bill, MPs elected on political party tickets will lose their seat if they leave their party, get expelled, or switch parties. The bill would take effect from 13th July 2017, meaning that the 12 MPs that switched to the Opposition last year would lose their seats. The bill was passed with 35 votes as opposition MPs continued to boycott the settings.