How is equality of relegions is maintained by the constitution

The term ?equality? means the absence of special privileges to any section of the society, and the
provision of adequate opportunities for all individuals without any discrimination.
The Preamble secures to all citizens of India equality of status and opportunity. This provision
embraces three dimensions of equality?civic, political and economic.
The following provisions of the chapter on Fundamental Rights ensure civic equality:
(a) Equality before the law (Article 14).
(b) Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth (Article
15).
(c) Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment (Article 16).
(d) Abolition of untouchability (Article 17).
(e) Abolition of titles (Article 18).
There are two provisions in the Constitution that seek to achieve political equality. One, no person is
to be declared ineligible for inclusion in electoral rolls on grounds of religion, race, caste or sex
(Article 325). Two, elections to the Lok Sabha and the state assemblies to be on the basis of adult
suffrage (Article 326).
The Directive Principles of State Policy (Article 39) secures to men and women equal right to an
adequate means of livelihood and equal pay for equal work.
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Hey

In the case of the divers..deep underneath the pressure is very high that the gases are easily soluble in the blood in high concentrations..i.e.by the henry's law that the solubility is propotional to the partial pressure at low temperature.

when the divers reach the surface..the pressure decreases.. leading to the release of the dissolved gases such as Nitrogen , which leads to the formation of bubbles in blood..BENDS(blockage of the blood capillaries due to the bubbles)

To avoid these.. divers use helium in the tanks along with the air..:)

hope this helps u..:)       zdfsZX

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