CSS :: Freedom Of Speech and Press Role

1.  Freedom of speech is usually available in:
A. Totalitarian states B. Dictatorships
C. Liberal democracies D. Fascist states

2.  Freedom of speech and free press are:
A. Complementary of each other B. Contradictory to each other
C. Partly complementary to each other D. Both complementary as well as contradictory to each other

3.  If the people want to have freedom of speech for that it is essential that they:
A. Should be vigilant B. They should leave it to the Government
C. They should leave it to the opposition D. They should leave everything to the care of the head of the government

4.  Which of the following is not linked closely with the freedom of speech?
A. Free press B. Right to hold meetings
C. Right to criticise the government D. Right to hold property
E. Right to express views    

5.  Which one of the following is essential for freedom of speech?
A. Enlightened public opinion B. Rich peasantry
C. Powerful government D. Single party system
E. None of the above    

6.  If freedom of speech is desired by a nation for that it is essential that there should be:
A. Single party system B. Liberal democracy
C. Philosopher king D. Presidential system of Government

7.  In India the people have been given freedom of speech because:
A. It is provided in the constitution as a fundamental right B. The government of the day will it
C. The people are vigilant D. The opposition is strong and well organised

8.  It is usually believed about freedom of speech that:
A. There should be no restriction on it B. There should be some reasonable restrictions on it
C. There should be absolute freedom D. It should be left to the decision of the executive head

9.  Which one of the following is true about freedom of speech in India?
A. It has been given to the people by the President B. It has been forcibly obtained by the opposition
C. For it the people had to put in hard struggle D. It has been provided in the constitution
E. None of the above    

10.  Which of the following is no a reasonable restriction on the freedom of speech?
A. It should not defame the nation B. It should not criticise the government bluntly
C. It should not disturb peace D. It should not instigate communal feelings

© 2012-2021 by GeekMCQ™ Technologies. All Rights Reserved | Copyright | Terms of Use & Privacy Policy

Contact us: