Fundamental Rights-Indian Constitution

No. Fundamental Rights-Articles 12-35
1. Fundamental rights are contained in Part III of the Constitution.
2. Six fundamental rights are available for the Indian citizens.
3. Articles 12 to 35 contains Fundamental Rights.
4. Laws inconsistent with Fundamental rights are void as per Article 13.
   Right to Equality
5. Articles 14 - 18 contain the Right to Equality.
6. Article 14 guarantees equality before law and equal protection of laws for all individuals residing with in the territory of India.
.7. Article 15 provides that the State shall no discriminate any citizen on the grounds of religion, race, caste, sex and the place of birth.
8. Article 16 provides for equality of opportunity in matters of public employment.
9. The Practice of untouchability is prohibited by the Article 17.
10. Titles other than military and acadamic are abolished under Article 18.
   Right to Freedom
11. Articles 19 - 22 contain the Right to Freedom.
12. Article 19 (1) (a) of the constitution of India deals with the Freedom of speech and expression.
13. Article 19 (1) (b) of the constitution of India deals with the Right to assemble peacefully with out arms.
14. Article 19 (1) (c) of the constitution of India deals with the Right to from association or unions.
15. Article 19 (1) (d) of the constitution of India deals with the Right to move freely throughout the territory of India.
16. Article 19 (1) (e) of the constitution of India deals with the Right to reside and settle in any part of India.
17. Article 19 (1) (f) of the constitution of India deals with the Right to practice any profession or to carry on any occupation, trade or business.
18. Article 20 is dealt with the protection in respect of convictions for offences.
19. Article 21 guarantees protection of life and personal liberty.
20. Article 21A guarantees the right to eduction.
21. Article 22 is dealt with the protection against arrest and detention.
   Right against Exploitation
22.Articles 23 - 24 contain the Right against Exploitation.
23. Article 23 prohibits traffic in human beings.
24. Article 24 prohibits employment of children.
   Right to Religious Freedom
25.Articles 25 - 28 contain the Right to Religious freedom.
26. Article 25 is dealt with the practice and propagation of religion.
27. Article 26 is dealt with freedom to manage religious affairs.
28. Article 27 is dealt with taxes for promotion of religion.
29. Article 28 is dealt with religious instruction and worship in educational institutions.
   Cultural and Educational Rights
30.Articles 29 - 30 contain the Cultural and Educational Rights.
31. Article 29 is dealt with the protection of interests of minorities.
32. Article 30 is dealt with right of minorities to establish educational institutions.
   Right to Constitutional Remedies
33.Article 32 contain the Right to Constitutional Remedies.
34. The Constitution ( Forty-Second Amendment) Act, 1976 imposed certain restrictions on the right to property.
35. The Constitution ( Forty-Fourth Amendment) Act, 1978 deleted the right to property from the list of fundamental rights.