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Articles - Part 3 (in Malayalam )
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This lesson discusses about the articles of Indian Constitution

Akhil A S is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Akhil A S
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Thank you very much, Ma'am. May you be the inspiration for the country. Ma'am, I would be very grateful if you could please take a minute from your precious time and assist me by advising me on "how to maintain a legible handwriting while writing fast." I asked this question because I found your handwriting so neat. The only problem with my writing is "my speed". My handwriting is legible and usually good but when it comes to writing fast in a limited amount of time, it becomes almost illegible. Please help me in this matter.
sire , freedom(f) undo?? actually (g) alle practice profession varunnath????
Akhil A S
a year ago
F delete ayappol..g epol f il anenan.pothuve aryapedunnath.anyway anyway exam eth vare examnu chodichitilla
Safna Shuhaib
a year ago
thank you sire
sir 19 (1) g alle? f allalo?

  2. PART Il ARTICLE 12 to 35 FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS RIGHT TO FREEDOM (19 - 22) Deals with sIX Fundamental freedoms of Indian Citizenship ARTICLE 19 > Article 19(1) guarantees six Fundamental a) Freedom of speech and expression b) to assemblenpeacefully and without arms freedoms to all citizens C) to form associations or unions or co operative socities. d) to move throughout the territory of India e to reside an settle in any part of the territory of India f) to practice any profession ,or to carry any occupation,trade or business

  3. PART III ARTICLE 12 to 35 FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS RIGHT TO FREEDOM (19 - 22) >ARTICLE 20 - Protection in respect of conviction for offence ARTICLE 21 - Protection of life and personal liberty enoeo 0g ARTICLE 20 & 21 >ARTICLE 22 - Protection against arbitrary arrest and detention First person - A K GOPALAN

  4. RIGHT TO EDUCATION- ARTICLE 21A By Right to educational act came in to force on - Rajyasabha - 20 JULY 2009 Lohsabha - 4 th AUGUST 2009 86 th Amendment of 2002 1 APRIL 2010