What do the articles in the Contitution mean?
The Articles in the Constitution explain the different branches of government and explains their powers. They lay a basic framework for the government.
Definite Articles There are four definite articles and they all mean "the" Masculine/singular :El Masculine/plural : Los Feminine/singular Feminine/plural :Las Indefinite articles There are four indefinite articles. The singular ones mean "a" and the plural ones mean "some" Masculine/ singular :Un Masculine/plural :Unos Feminine/ singular :Una Feminine/plural :Unas
No. Now there may be 402 articles in "indian constitution," whatever you mean by that... but if there ARE, then there [would be] 402 articles, as above. "Articles" is plural, so the plural form of "to be" must be used, which is "are." "ARE there 402 (four hundred and two) articles in [the] [I]ndian [C]onstitution?"
This question is nebulously worded and can mean one of two questions: 1) Can an individual today change the words/paragraphs/articles of the Articles of Confederation? -- No. The Articles of Confederation is an historical document. 2) Were the Articles of Confederation, while in use, subject to an amendment process? -- Yes. The Articles could be amended provided that the amendment was passed in all of the State Legislatures.
The founding fathers needed support from all of the colonies in order to make the constitution law and replace the Articles of Confederation. Some states did not feel that every right of their people was protected. In order to have the constitution passed, the Bill of Rights was drafted by James Madison. With the bill of rights, the contitution was passed, and the rest is history