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1. Fiscal policy in India is formulated by–
(A) the Reserve Bank of India (B) the Planning Commission
(C) the Finance Ministry (D) the Securities and Exchange Board of India
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2. The Balkan Plan for fragmentation of India was the brain-child of–
(A) W Churchill (B) MA Jinnah
(C) Lord Mountbatten (D) VP Menon
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3. 26th October, 1947 is an important date in the Indian history, because of–
(A) Maharaja Hari Singh's signing of instrument of accession (B) ceasefire with Pakistan
(C) merger of Sindh (D) declaration of war over India by Pakistan
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4. The UN declared 2005-14 as the International Decade for–
(A) Second International Decade for Women Empowerment
(B) Second International Decade of World's Indigenous People
(C) International Decade for Cancer Awareness
(D) None of the above
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5. ..... is Jallianwala Bagh Massacre Day–
(A) 11th April (B) 16th April
(C) 13th April (D) 18th April
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6. The birth of former Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh is on . . . and is observed as–
(A) 23rd December, Kisan Diwas (B) 24th December, Jawan Diwas
(C) 23rd December, Jawan Diwas (D) 24th December, Kisan Diwas
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7. Aruna Asaf Ali was associated with which one of the following?
(A) Bardoli Satyagraha (B) Quit India Movement
(C) Civil Disobedience Movement (D) Khilafat Movement
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8. The tax whose share in overall taxation revenue has gone up rapidly during the planning period is–
(A) income Tax (B) wealth tax
(C) capital Gains Tax (D) tax on production
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9. To which one of the following types of organisms do mushrooms belong?
(A) Algae (B) Ferns
(C) Lichens (D) Fungi
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10. When a ripe fruit is kept with unripe fruits, the latter ripen due to release of–
(A) auxin by the ripe fruits (B) cytokinin by the ripe fruits
(C) ethylene by the ripe fruits (D) ethylene by the unripe fruits
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11. The Estimates Committee–
(A) consists of 30 Members appointed by the Speaker
(B) consists of 15 Members each from Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha
(C) has its Members elected according to the system of proportional representation
(D) has a Union Minister as its Chairman
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12. What is the field in which outstanding work may be recognised with the Award of Pulitzer Award?
(A) Science and Technology (B) Literature and Journalism
(C) International Understanding (D) Environmental Studies
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13. During the Indian monsoon season–
(A) the Westerly jet stream alone exists in the Indian region
(B) the Easterly jet stream alone exists in the Indian region
(C) both Westerly and Easterly jet streams exist in the Indian region
(D) both Westerly and Easterly jet streams disappear
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14. The sixth Economic Census is being done in 2011. What was the year of the first Economic Census?
(A) 1951 (B) 1961
(C) 1971 (D) 1977
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15. Which one among the following peaks is the highest?
(A) Dhaula Giri (B) Namcha Barwa
(C) Nanda Devi (D) Nanga Parbat
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16. In which of the following texts was the first mention of sage Krishna, son of Devaki made–
(A) Bhagavata Purana (B) Mahabharata
(C) Chhandogya Upanishad (D) Atharvaveda
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17. Which of the following kinds of devotion is "Primary Devotion" according to Bhagavatism?
(A) Devotion of total detachment (B) Devotion of the inquisitive
(C) Devotion of the distressed (D) Unmotivated and selfless devotion
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18. Often our computer systems are said to be attacked by virus. What does VIRUS stand for?
(A) Very important Resources Under Seige (B) Vital Imports Reduced Under Seige
(C) Vital Inputs Removed Under Seige (D) Vital Information Resources Under Seige
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19. Who among the following has been awarded the UNESCO Guillermo Cono foundation World Press Freedom Prize?
(A) Najam Sethi (B) Jugnu Mohsin
(C) Christina Amyamure (D) Jesus Blancorenelas
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20. "Kurien Award" is given by ...........Board.
(A) National Dairy Development (B) National Science Development
(C) National Agriculture Development Board (D) None of the above
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21. Nobel Prize Winning Indian Amartya Sen is known for his work in–
(A) Physics (B) Chemistry
(C) Medicine (D) Economics
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22. Ashokan inscriptions of Mansehra and Shahbazgadhi are written in–
(A) Prakrit language, Kharosnthi script (B) Prakrit language, Brahmi script
(C) Prakrit language, Brahmi script (D) Aramic language, Kharoshthi script
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23. Which two countries shares its border with India, having landlocked?
(A) Nepal and Bhutan (B) Bangladesh and Myanmar
(C) Nepal and Sri Lanka (D) Pakistan and China
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24. The Western Ghats are rich in diversity, everygreen forests, various endangered species. This rich diversity is due to–
(A) rainfall (B) altitude
(C) Both 'a' and 'b' (D) Neither 'a' nor 'b'
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25. Suppose Rajat is flying from Delhi to Chennai in winter. He wears jacket diu to cold early in the morning. But when he reached at Chennai airport he feel little bit warm. This change in temperature level between Delhi and Chennai is due to–
(A) closeness to the sea (B) moderating effect of sea
(C) Both 'a' and 'b' (D) Neither 'a' nor 'b'
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