Part-III of Indian Constitution from Article 14 to 35 deals with fundamental rights. The fundamental rights are similar to those of provisions in Bill of Rights in United Nations Constitution with some difference. fundamental rights are the basic inherent human rights.
          
           The fundamental rights as incorporated in the constitution can be classified into the following seven groups -

A) Right to equality (Article 14-18)

B) Right to freedom ( Article 19-22)

C) Right against exploitation (Article 23-24)

D) Right to freedom of religion (Article 25-28)

E) Cultural and educational rights
( Article 29-30)

F) Right to property is now very much diluted and is secured to some extent by Article.300A, 31A,  3B, 31C.

G) Right to constitutional remedies
( Article 32-35).....


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