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Fundamental Rights - The power to make laws under Article 33 is conferred only on Parliament and not on State Legislatures. Any such law made by Parliament cannot be challenged in any court on the ground of contravention of any of the Fundamental Rights. - Article 35 lays down that the power to make laws, to give effect to certain specified Fundamental Rights shall vest only in the Parliament and not in the State Legislatures. This provision ensures that there is uniformity throughout India with regard to the nature of those Fundamental Rights and punishment for their infringement. - The Parliament can prescribe residence as a condition for certain employments or appointments in a state or union territory or local authority or other authority (Article 16).

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