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GK Practice Test - 18
1. South-West Asia is inhabited chiefly by–
(A) Caucasians (B) Mongoloids
(C) Negroes (D) Red Indians
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2. The correct sequence in the descending order with respect to present total population of the given countries is–
(A) Columbia, Brazil, USA. Mexico (B) Mexico, USA, Columbia, Brazil
(C) USA, Brazil, Mexico, Columbia (D) Brazil, USA., Mexico, Columbia
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3. Agricultural income tax is assigned to the State Government by–
(A) Finance Commission (B) National Development Council
(C) Inter-state Council (D) Constitution of India
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4. 'Eco Mark' is given to the Indian products that are–
(A) pure and unadulterated (B) rich in proteins
(C) environment friendly (D) economically viable
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5. Which of the following was not one of the names by which the Zamindars were Known in different parts of India?
(A) Maharaja (B) Deshmukh
(C) Patil (D) Nayak
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6. Inam lands were those which were assigned to learned and religious men. What was the basic difference between an Inam and a Jagir from the point of view of rights of Inamdars?
(A) Inamdars held the inam lands even when they stopped performing the services for which the Inam was granted
(B) There was no mansab or obligation attached to an Inam grant
(C) Inam once granted was irrevocable
(D) Inamdar acquired proprietary rights over his land grant
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7. Which one of the following is not a member of ASEAN?
(A) Cambodia (B) Laos
(C) Singapore (D) South Korea
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8. Mughal dynasty was to Bahadur Shah Zafar as Lodi dynasty was to–
(A) Bahlol Lodi (B) Daulat Khan Lodi
(C) Ibrahim Lodi (D) Sikander Lodi
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9. To whom were land grants called milk or Madad-i-maash made in return for their services–
(A) Village servants (B) Atrisons
(C) Religious divines and learned men (D) Poor and destitute
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10. Which among the following Rajdhani trains covers the longest distance?
(A) 2433 Chennai Central (B) 2431 Trivandrum Central
(C) 2435 Dibrugarh Town (D) 2429 Bengaluru City Junction
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11. Which of the following cell organelle is found in a cell which is very active in protein synthesis?
(A) Mitochondria (B) Chloroplast
(C) Lysosome (D) Ribosome
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12. Which of the following is the correct sequence of cell cycle?
(A) S, M, G1, and G2 (B) G1, S, M and G2
(C) G1, S, G2 and M (D) S, G2, M and G1
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13. Which one among the following is responsible for provide balance in human beings?
(A) Outer ear (B) Middle ear
(C) Internal ear (D) Eustachian tubes
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14. Who can remove a Judge of High Court?
(A) President on his own
(B) Governor on the advice of the Chief Minister
(C) The President on the advice of the Chief Justice of India
(D) The President on the resolution of Parliament passed by special majority
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15. Adhoc Judges are appointed in the Supreme Court of India if–
(A) there is no quorum of Judges available to hold or continue any session of the court
(B) some Judges go on long leave
(C) there is abnormal increase in the number of cases pending in the court
(D) no one is available for permanent appointment
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16. Under which of these articles additional and acting judges can be appointed in the High Courts?
(A) Article 220 (B) Article 229
(C) Article 224 (D) Article 231
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17. The most densely populated African country is–
(A) Sudan (B) Egypt
(C) Libya (D) Uganda
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18. The largest religious system in the world in both geographical extent and number of adherents is–
(A) Christianity (B) Islam
(C) Buddhism (D) Hinduism
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19. Who arnong the following is not a Dada Saheb Phalke Awardy ?
(A) Shyam Benegal (B) Adoor Gopalakrishnan
(C) Mrinal Sen (D) JP Dutta
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20. Who said for Gandhi "Generation to come, it may be, will scarce to believe that such a one (Gandhi) as this ever in flesh and bones walked upon this Earth?
(A) Mount batten (C) Albert Einstein
(C) Levon Blum (D) Albert Schweitzen
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21. Among the following which Mughal Emperor introduced the policy of Sulh-i-kul?
(A) Babar (B) Humayun
(C) Akbar (D) Shahjaha
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22. Where was the Theosophical Society founded in 1875 by Madame HP Blavatsky and Colonel H S Olcott?
(A) India (B) USA
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23. A new group of countries called BASIC is frequently mentioned in the news. Which of the following is not one of them?
(A) Argentina (B) Brazil
(C) India (D) South Africa
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24. During the Indian Freedom Struggle The Deccan Educational Society' was founded by–
(A) B G Tilak (B) Dadabhai Naoroji
(C) GK Gokhale (D) M G Ranade
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25. Which of the following was not one of the fundamental points of the religious teachings of the Theosophical society?
(A) The unity of God and three fold emanation of God (B) The Spiritual hierarchy of beings
(C) Universal Brotherhood (D) Prayer and Piety
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