Does manipur have an independent constitution?
NO Manipur does Not have an independent constitution. Only J&K has been granted the status of Special Sate in the Constitution of India and has it's own Constitution.
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Declaration of Independence, signed in 1776, was pretty much just what it says it was. A formal declaration by the original 13 colonies that they would now be independent of King George and Great Britain. Except for being persuasive authority as to the intent of the framers, the Declaration of Indep…endence is NOT the law of the land. On the other hand, the Constitution was adopted in 1789 and is the principal law of the United States federalist system - and it is the law from which all other laws in the United States is derived. If an individual state passes a law, it has to conform to the United States Constitution. If the Congress passes a law, it must also be in conformity with the minimum Constitutional guarantees of liberty or risk being struck down by the courts as being unconstitutional. (See Marbury v. Madison) (MORE)
Answer . The Declaration of Independence was exactly as it sounds, and the Constitution was crafted, in large part, around trying to solve the problems of government that the Declaration complained of.
Answer There are few men who signed both documents: George Read, Roger Sherman, Benjamin Franklin, Robert Morris, George Clymer, and James Wilson. This is the list of signers of The Declaration Independence: Adams, John Massachusetts Quincy, MA 10/30/1735 7/4/1826 Lawyer UN Adams, Samuel Massachu…setts Boston, MA 9/27/1722 10/2/1803 Merchant CO Bartlett, Josiah New Hampshire Amesbury, MA 11/21/1729 5/19/1795 Physician CO Braxton, Carter Virginia Newington, VA 9/10/1736 10/10/1797 Plantation Owner EP Carroll of Carrollton, Charles Maryland Annapolis, MD 9/19/1737 11/14/1832 Merchant/Plantation Owner RC Chase, Samuel Maryland Somerset Co., MD 4/17/1741 6/19/1811 Lawyer EP Clark, Abraham New Jersey Elizabethtown, NJ 2/15/1741 9/15/1794 Lawyer/Surveyor PB Clymer, George Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 3/16/1739 1/24/1813 Merchant QU/EP Ellery, William Rhode Island Newport, RI 12/22/1727 2/15/1820 Lawyer/Merchant CO Floyd, William New York Brookhaven, NY 12/17/1734 8/4/1821 Land Speculator PB Franklin, Benjamin Pennsylvania Boston, MA 1/17/1706 4/17/1790 Scientist/Printer DE Gerry, Elbridge Massachusetts Marblehead, MA 7/17/1744 11/23/1814 Merchant EP Gwinnett, Button Georgia Glouster, England 1735 5/15/1777 Merchant/Plantation Owner EP Hall, Lyman Georgia Wallingford, CT 4/12/1724 10/19/1790 Physician/Minister CO Hancock, John Massachusetts Quincy, MA 1/12/1737 10/8/1793 Merchant CO Harrisson, Benjamin Virginia Charles City Co., VA 4/7/1726 4/24/1791 Plantation Owner/Farmer ? Hart, John New Jersey Hunterdon Co., NJ 1711 5/11/1779 Land Owner PB Hewes, Joseph North Carolina Kingston, NJ 1/23/1730 10/10/1779 Merchant EP Heyward Jr., Thomas South Carolina St. Helena Parrish, SC 7/28/1746 3/6/1809 Lawyer/Plantation Owner ? Hooper, William North Carolina Boston, MA 6/17/1742 10/14/1790 Lawyer EP Hopkins, Stephen Rhode Island Providence, RI 3/7/1707 4/13/1785 Merchant ? Hopkinson, Francis New Jersey Philadelphia, PA 10/2/1737 5/9/1791 Lawyer/Musician EP Huntington, Samuel Connecticut Windham, CT 7/3/1731 1/5/1796 Lawyer CO Jefferson, Thomas Virginia Albermarle Co., VA 4/13/1743 7/4/1826 Lawyer/Plantation Owner DE Lee, Francis Lightfoot Virginia Mt. Pleasant, VA 10/14/1734 1/11/1797 Plantation Owner ? Lee, Richard Henry Virginia Stratford, VA 1/20/1732 6/19/1794 Plantation Owner/Merchant ? Lewis, Francis New York Llandaff, Wales 3/21/1713 12/30/1802 Merchant ? Livingston, Philip New York Albany, NY 1/15/1716 6/12/1778 Merchant PB Lynch Jr., Thomas South Carolina Prince George's Parrish, SC 8/5/1749 1779 Lawyer ? McKean, Thomas Delaware Chester Co., PA 3/19/1735 6/24/1817 Lawyer PB Middleton, Arthur South Carolina Charleston, SC 6/26/1742 1/1/1787 Plantation Owner ? Morris, Lewis New York West Chester Co., NY 4/8/1726 1/22/1798 Plantation Owner ? Morris, Robert Pennsylvania Liverpool, England 1/31/1734 5/8/1806 Merchant/Land Speculator EP Morton, John Pennsylvania Ridley Township, PA 1724 1777 Farmer ? Nelson Jr., Thomas Virginia Yorktown, VA 12/26/1738 1/4/1789 Merchant/Plantation Owner ? Paca, William Maryland Abington, MD 10/31/1740 10/13/1799 Lawyer/Plantation Owner EP Paine, Robert Treat Massachusetts Boston, MA 3/11/1731 5/12/1814 Lawyer/Scientist CO Penn, John North Carolina Carolina Co., VA 5/6/1740 9/14/1788 Lawyer ? Read, George Delaware Northeast MD 9/18/1733 9/21/1798 Lawyer EP Rodney, Caesar Delaware Dover, DE 10/7/1728 6/29/1784 Plantation Owner/Soldier EP Ross, George Pennsylvania New Castle, DE 5/10/1730 7/14/1779 Lawyer ? Rush, Benjamin Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 1/4/1746 4/19/1813 Physician PB Rutledge, Edward South Carolina Christ Church Parrish, SC 11/23/1749 1/23/1800 Lawyer/Plantation Owner AN Sherman, Roger Connecticut Newton, MA 4/19/1721 7/23/1793 Lawyer CO Smith, James Pennsylvania Northern Ireland 1719 7/11/1806 Lawyer PB Stockton, Richard New Jersey Princeton, NJ 10/1/1730 2/28/1781 Lawyer PB Stone, Thomas Maryland Charles Co., MD 1743 10/5/1787 Lawyer EP Taylor, George Pennsylvania Ireland 1716 2/23/1781 Merchant PB Thornton, Matthew New Hampshire Ireland 1714 6/24/1803 Physician PB Walton, George Georgia Cumberland Co., VA 1741 2/2/1804 Lawyer AN Whipple, William New Hampshire Kittery, ME 1/14/1730 11/28/1785 Merchant CO Williams, William Connecticut Lebannon, CT 4/18/1731 8/2/1811 Merchant CO Wilson, James Pennsylvania Carskerdo, Scotland 9/14/1742 8/21/1798 Lawyer EP/DE Witherspoon, John New Jersey Gifford, Scotland 2/5/1723 11/15/1794 Minister PB Wolcott, Oliver Connecticut Windsor, CT 11/20/1726 12/1/1797 Lawyer CO Wythe, George Virginia Elizabeth City Co., VA 1726 6/8/1806 Lawyer EP (MORE)
Answer . The Declaration of Independence is a separate document that announced to England that the colonies didn't want to be ruled by Parliament. It led to the Revolutionary War and when that was over, the Articles of the Confederacy and then the Constitution were written over the next several ye…ars. Both, in my opinion, are beautifully written and are very clear in their intent. (MORE)
Roger Sherman. Roger Sherman had the distinction of signing all four of the founding documents of the United States: The Articles of Association; the Declaration of Independence; the Articles of Confederation; and the United States Constitution.
i think it was the philosophers of the Enlightenment who influenced both the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution.
They are both US documents. Also, they were both written before the first president was elected.
Of the 57 people who signed the Declaration of Independence, onlysix also signed the Constitution: George Clymer, Benjamin Franklin,Robert Morris, George Read, Roger Sherman, and James Wilson. The other 51, who signed the Declaration of Independence but notthe Constitution, are: John Adams, Samuel …Adams, Josiah Bartlett,Carter Braxton, Charles Carroll, Samuel Chase, Abraham Clark,William Ellery, William Floyd, Elbridge Gerry, Button Gwinnett,Lyman Hall, John Hancock, Benjamin Harrison, John Hart, JosephHewes, Thomas Heyward, Jr., William Hooper, Stephen Hopkins,Francis Hopkinson, Samuel Huntington, Thomas Jefferson, FrancisLightfoot Lee, Richard Henry Lee, Francis Lewis, Philip Livingston,Thomas Lynch, Jr., Thomas McKean, Arthur Middleton, Lewis Morris,John Morton, Thomas Nelson, Jr., William Paca, Robert Treat Paine,John Penn, Caesar Rodney, George Ross, Benjamin Rush, EdwardRutledge, James Smith, Richard Stockton, Thomas Stone, GeorgeTaylor, Charles Thomson, Matthew Thornton, George Walton, WilliamWhipple, William Williams, John Witherspoon, Oliver Wolcott, andGeorge Wythe. (MORE)
they are different because the Declaration of Independence protects people's rights, and The Constitution created ordinances for the U.S.A.. ~Christina Ralph 11 years old March 19,09 Bay-Bee They are different because the decloration of independence was used in a letter to the king …of England when us separated from England it said why us wanted to separate and what they planned to have, it is not a living document The constitution declared how are government is set up and it is attached to the bill of rights which has amendments stated what rights people had like freedom of press and who could vote and the right to bear arms and the right to a speedy trial by a jury -Superknowitall12345 (PS that wasn't my name choise but i lost my password and they gave me a new name 2) (MORE)
The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776 at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The US Constitution was signed by 39 of the 55 delegates to the Constitutional Convention, on September 17, 1787, at the same location, which was then known as the "Pennsylvania State Ho…use". (MORE)
Independence Hall in Philadelphia Pennsylvania is where both theDeclaration of Independence and the United States Constitution werewritten. It is now the center of the Independence National HistoricPark.
Yes it does. I say this because of the text in the Constitution. It talks about how states wanted more freedom, so there you have it.
The grievances in the Declaration of Independence were addressed inthe Constitution of the United States in the first Ten Amendments.This is also called the Bill of Rights.
Manipuris are quite conservative. Society is marked by the following characteristics:. 1) Respectable stature for women. 2) Hospitable nature of people in general. 3) Strong principles among the masses. 4) Rich in art & culture
NO. They are not the same. The Declaration of Independence brokeour nation's tie with Great Britain. It was a declaration of ourindependence. The Constitution was the document that followed. Itset our rule of government and how our nation would function.
It is a 'declaration', a word which now means a statement, but at that time was used more as meaning 'this is our intent'. The Declaration of Independence listed grievances the colonial Americans had with the government of England at that time and then said that because of those grievances, we are a…sserting our independence from England and the Monarchy. Since the declaration did not set up 'how' we were going to organize our new, independent, though 'united' colonies - in 1787 we wrote the Constitution which both outlined what we intended to do - and what we would not allow. (MORE)
Both were drafted and signed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, although 11 years apart. The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776 at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The US Constitution was signed by 39 of the 55 delegates to the Constitutional Convention, on Sept…ember 17, 1787, at the same location, which was then known as the "Pennsylvania State House". (MORE)
It is called the jewel of India because of the historical Kangla Palace and the uniqueness of its culture.
No , the Declaration of Independence was made 11 years before the U.S. Constitution was made.
The present governor of Manipur is Gurbachan Jagat, a retired Director-General of the Border Security Forces (BSF).\n
1. For quartering large bodies of troops among us : Amendment 3, plus the prohibition against using military troops to enforce civilian law.. 2. For imposing taxes on us without our consent : Article 1, sec 8, clause 1, Art II sec 9 cl 4 This was primarily about taxation w/o representation.. 3. … For depriving us in many cases of the benefits of trial by jury : Amendments 6 and 7, Article III sec 2, cl 3. 4. He has obstructed the...assent to laws establishing judiciary powers : Article III altogether.. Warrantless searches, Amendment 4.. More to follow. (MORE)
Abraham Lincoln, Benjamin Franklin, and John Adams were some of the first few people to sign in. Lot's of people signed it though, but only some of them stand out and make it known that they signed it.
Separation of powers has again become a current issue of some controversy concerning debates about judicial independence and Political efforts to increase the accountability of judges for the quality of their work, avoiding conflicts of interest, and charges that some judges allegedly disregard proc…edural rules, statues, and higher court precedents. (MORE)
Declaration of Independence was signed July 4th 1776 ( this is why we have 4th of July) Constitution 1789
The Declaration of Independence was written to Great Brittain on July 4, 1776 to notify the monarchy that the United States of America was no longer a Brittish colony. Instead, the USA was now its own country with its own government. The Declaration of Independence listed reasons why the USA decided… to sever its ties to the Brittish crown. The Declaration was composed during a meeting in Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania State House. The US Constitution was signed in 1787 at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, PA. The Constitution outlined the most important government laws and citizen rights, creating a strong, centralized government. The Constitution was submitted to the states for their approval and after the vote, the United States Federal Government came into existence. The Constitution established our government as it exists today.. Source(s): http://www.loc.gov/rr/program/bib/ourdocâ¦. (MORE)
The Revolutionary War, signing of the Peace Treaty in France in1783, and the appointment of America's first President took place,or were in the works between the writing of the Declaration ofIndependence, and the Constitution.
The Declaration of Independence was the notice that we wereforming a new country and explained why it was necessary to do so.The Constitution defined the "how" and created the basicrules under which we would govern ourselves.
Some what they were both establish on freedom but one was a list of grievences and the other was the government
No... the Declaration of Independence was a statement of succession as well as a list of grievences committed against the colonies by the british Parliament and monarch.
It is 1070 miles (Approx.). Note that this is a straight distancebetween the two places.
Senapati District in the state of Manipur is the place where this controversy has arisen. Actually this district is dominated by the Kukis and the Nagas. The Kukis in their demand for a separate district of Sadar Hill have caused this blockade. In retaliation to this blockade the Nagas have also imp…osed a parallel blockade in the state of Manipur. The Sadar Hill District Demand Committee is the main organisation behind the blockade representing the Kukis whereas the Nagas are represented by the United Naga Council which has imposed a parallel blockade, thus impairing the state of Manipur. (MORE)
Both, those who fail to study history are doomed to repeat it; the constitution as the supreme law of the land still applies, and the reason for the rebellion that started this government (the declaration of independence) is still a valid reason for rebellion today.
Lifetime Appointments of Supreme Court Judges. Because Supreme Court Judges cannot be removed from office by anyone, they can operate more independently from politicians and the politicial mileux in general.
The Declaration of Independence was a document stating that the colonists were now forming their own country and were separate from Britain written by Thomas Jefferson . The constitution was the new system of governing America after the confederation failed.
No. it's just a document declaring "yo, we're our own country. deal with it.", the articles of confederation was "dude. our country should have some rules", then the constitution was "articles of confederation are kinda messed up...let's make better rules" Yay.
The Declaration Of Independence is not a constitution , nor isit a form of goverment, but it did set up principles for futuregovernment.
in the north-eastern part of India, also one the seven sisters of north eastern india.it is a state bodering to burma.
yes, and then the ammendements that were made were added to the bill of rights, as the way in which the Declaration of Independance (constitution) was written it was made far too hard to add/change what was written. So changes were then added to the bill of rights.
Not entirely sure, but I think they are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness?
The U.S. Constitution was written to run the country, not to declare independence. The Declaration of Independence was for that.
The Declaration of Independence. It was written in 1776. The Constitution wasn't ratified until 1789 - thirteen years later.
Manipur City is a town that is located in India. The name of hockey that is played there is Field Hockey. India is also well known for playing soccer, too.
NO. The Decleration of Independence was a letter sent to the King of England to declare there independece from them. The constitution is how they formed Americas government
The Declaration of Independence is the document that declared our freedom from the crown, and stated the we were separating from Great Britain and creating our own country. This created a need for a document to guide this new country. The Articles of Confederation preceded The Constitution, but gave… so much power to the individual states that it became as if we were actually 13 separate countries, each colony having their own currency, laws, taxes, etc. This created the need for a more centralized federal government and from this need our Constitution was born and adopted on September 17, 1787. At 225 years old it is the oldest document that governs a nation to this day. (MORE)
The Mrs. Hume's Pheasant ( Syrmaticus humiae ), is the provincial bird of Manipur, Republic of India.
The Shirui Lily or Siroi lily , ( Lilium mackliniae) is the provincial flower of Manipur, Republic of India.
the declaration of independence and the constitution is improve haha tang ina mo gag o
The declaration of Independence was essentially the ContinentalCongress telling Britain they didn't want to be involved with themanymore. It's arguable that the Declaration of Independence wasmore important as it was the foundation for American independenceand freedom, without which the Constitution… wouldn't exist.However, the Declaration of Independence gave no system ofgovernment. Without the Constitution, the U.S. as we know it mightnot exist, or it might be very different, and quite possibly muchworse. (MORE)
Mohammed Alimuddin was the first chief minister of manipur state,Manipur became a fully fledged state from union territories in1972.
The Declaration and the Constitution, together, address mankind'smost basic political questions. Resting on a firm moral foundation,they articulate the first principles of political organization.Thus, they were meant to serve not merely the 18th century butgenerations to come, which would face those… same basic questions,whatever their particular circumstances, whatever their state ofmaterial progress. Because the principles the Founders articulatedtranscend both time and technology, they will serve us well as wemove through the 21st century, if only we understand them correctlyand apply them well. (MORE)