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1. The warm and dry winds that blow down the steep valleys in Japan are called–
(A) Zonda (B) Yamo
(C) Tramontane (D) Santa Ana
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2. What was the scheme to reduce interest burden of the State Government in India through gradual conversion of high cost debt into a low cost debt known as?
(A) Debt-swap scheme (B) Debt-write off scheme
(C) Grants-in-aid scheme (D) Debt consolidation scheme
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3. Fiscal deficit in the budget means–
(A) revenue deficit plus the net borrowings of the government
(B) budgetary deficit plus the net borrowings of the government
(C) capital deficit plus revenue deficit
(D) primary deficit minus capital deficit
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4. The founder of Madras was–
(A) Robert Clive (B) Francis Day
(C) Gabriel Boughton (D) Streysham Master
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5. Who among the following was not a party to the coalition that fought against the English in the Battle of Buxar?
(A) Mir Kasim (B) Mir Jafar
(C) Shuja-ud-Daula (D) Shah Alam II
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6. Who was the first woman to win Jnanpith Award?
(A) Mahadevi Verma (B) Amrita Pritam
(C) Mahashweta Devi (D) Ashapurna Devi
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7. Who among the following Europeans were the last to come to preindependence India as traders?
(A) Dutch (B) English
(C) French (D) Portuguese
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8. The French got the site of Pondicherry from–
(A) the Adilshahi Sultan of Bijapur (B) the ruler of Chandranagar
(C) Shayista Khan, the Mughal viceroy in the deccan (D) the Qutub Shahi Sultan of Golconda
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9. Which one of the following is not a feature of the society during the Gupta period?
(A) Because of the hardening of the Brahmanical attitude towards varna/jati system, lower varna protests became frequent
(B) During this period, the Hunas, Gurjaras, and other foreign tribes were absorbed in the Indian society
(C) This period saw the increasing use of surname
(D) The kayasthas lost their original official and professional character and become a caste during this period
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10. Who among the following founded the Theosophical Society in India in 1879?
(A) Madame Blavatsky and Annie Besant (B) Madame Blavatsky and HS Olcott
(C) HS Olcott and Annie Besant (D) Madame Blavatsky and AO Hume
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11. Which one among the following is the green manure crop?
(A) Sunflower (B) Sunnhemp
(C) Cotton (D) Sugarcane
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12. The pashmina is a variety of wool obtained from–
(A) Sheep (B) Cow
(C) Goat (D) Horse
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13. Cloves are actually–
(A) seeds (B) fruits
(C) floral buds (D) bark of a tree
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14. Which of the following is not involved in the preparation of budget?
(A) Finance Ministry (B) Planning Commission
(C) Comptroller and Auditor General (D) Finance Commission
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15. Which of the following distinguishes the audit of the CAG from the audit made by professional auditors?
(A) Audit of Authority (B) Audit of Appropriation
(C) Audit of Accountancy (D) Audit of Propriety
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16. Which of the following commissions was set up in pursuance of a definite provisions under an Article of the constitution of India?
(A) University Grant Commission (B) National Human Rights Commission
(C) Election Commission (D) Central Information Commission
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17. Climate change resulting in the rise of temperature may benefit which of the countries/regions?
(A) South Africa (B) East Indies Islands comprising of Java, Sumatra and Borneo
(C) The Western coasts or South America (D) Russia and Northern Europe
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18. Who among the following was a founder of Swaraj party?
(A) Vallabhbhai Patel (B) Rajendra Prasad
(C) CR Das (D) Narendra Deb
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19. The earlier name of the WTO was–
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20. What does S and P 500 relate to?
(A) Supercomputer (B) A new technique in e-business
(C) A new technique in bridge building (D) An index of stocks of large companies
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21. Who among the following was/were the Chairman of Famine Commission?
(A) Richard Strachey (B) James Lyall
(C) Anthony Me Donnell (D) All of the above
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22. Who was responsible for the introduction of English as the official language in India?
(A) Lord Willian Bentick (B) Sir Charles Wood
(C) Marquess of Dalhousie (D) Allan Octawian Hume
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23. The first Black American to win the Nobel Prixe for literature is–
(A) Nelson Mandela (B) Martin Luther King
(C) Airthur Ashe (D) Toni Morrison
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24. Which one among the following statements is correct?
(A) The Revolt of 1857 was not supported by the Nizam of Hyderabad
(B) Dinabandhu Mitra was the author of the book, Unhappy India
(C) The Sindhias of Gwalior gave shelter to the Rani of Jhansi
(D) Mangal Pandey led the Sepovs March to Delhi
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25. Who among the following Governor Generals formed the Triple Alliance against Tipu Sultan?
(A) Warren Hastings (B) Lord Cornwallis
(C) Lord Wellesley (D) Lord William Bentinck
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