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1. Economic Survey is published by–
(A) Governments of India (B) Indian Statistical Institute
(C) Ministry of Finance (D) Planning Commission
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2. The Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission–
(A) is the Prime Minister (B) is the Planning Minister
(C) holds the rank of a Cabinet Minister (D) is an economist of repute
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3. With reference to Indian freedom struggle, Usha Mehta is well-known for–
(A) running the secret Congress Radio in the wake of Quit India Movement
(B) participating in the Second Round Table Conference
(C) leading a contingent of Indian National Army
(D) assisting in the formation of Interim Government under Pahdit Jawaharlal Nehru
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4. Who among the following presided over the meeting of the Constituent Assembly held on December 9, 1946?
(A) Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru (B) Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
(C) Dr Rajendra Prasad (D) Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
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5. Where is the National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research located?
(A) Vasco-da-Gama, Goa (B) Ratnagiri, Maharashtra
(C) Nagapattinam, Tamil Nadu (D) Alappuzha, Kerala
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6. Who is the author of "A River Sutra"?
(A) VS Naipaul (B) Nirad C Choudhari
(C) Gita Mehta (D) Vikram Seth
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7. The centre of Sangam literature and the–
patrons of Sangam poets were
(A) the Cheras of Vanji (B) the Cholas of Uraiyur
(C) the Pandyas of Madurai (D) All of the above
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8. Who won the Wimbledon 2011 men's singles title?
(A) Novak Djokovic (B) Roger Federer
(C) Rafael Nadal (D) Andy Roddick
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9. When a horse pulls a cart, the force that makes the horse run forward is the force exerted by–
(A) the horse on the ground (B) the ground on the horse
(C) the horse on the cart (D) the ground on the cart
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10. Stars are twinkling due to–
(A) diffraction (B) refraction
(C) scattering (D) reflection
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11. The book "It was Five Past Midnight' is on–
(A) Bhuj Earthaqake (B) Odisha Floods
(C) Andhra Cyclone (D) Bhopal Gas Tragedy
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12. Which one of the following is not a correct description of the Directive Principles of State Policy?
(A) Directive Principles are not enforceable by the courts
(B) Directive Principles have a political sanction
(C) Directive Principles are declaration of objective for State Legislation
(D) Directive Principles promise equal income and free health care for all Indians
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13. Which of the following is a warm current?
(A) South Pacific current (B) Kuroshio current
(C) Labrador current (D) Rip current
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14. Spring tide means–
(A) higher high tide, higher low tide (B) higher high tide, lower low tide
(C) lower high tide, lower low tide (D) lower high tide, higher low tide
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15. During which Plan the growth rate of agricultural production was negative?
(A) Third Plan (B) Second Plan
(C) First Plan (D) None of these
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16. Practiced mainly in socialist economies, in this type of planning the Central Planning Authority decides upon every aspect of the economy. The targets as well as the processes to achieve them are strictly followed–
What is the name of this type of planning?
(A) Indicative (B) Imperative
(C) Core Plan (D) Rolling Plan
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17. Frequent allusions to the Romaka Siddhanta and Paulisa Siddhanta, by the great Indian astronomer Varahmihira, indicate–
(A) Roman influence on Indian astronomy
(B) knowledge of Roman geography
(C) adoption of Western astronomical terms by the Indian astronomers
(D) close interaction between Romans and Indian astronomers
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18. Under whose leadership was the 'Quit India' movement carried on?
(A) Mahatma Gandhi (B) JL Nehru
(C) Subhash Chandra Bose (D) No one
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19. Where are the Headquarters of the Southern Naval Command located?
(A) Arakkonam (B) Kochi
(C) Thiruvananthapuram (D) Vishakhapatnam
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20. Who is the President of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research?
(A) President of India (B) Vice-President of India
(C) Prime Minister of India (D) Union Minister of Science and Technology
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21. Where are the headquarters of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) located?
(A) Dubai (B) Jeddah
(C) Islamabad (D) Ankara
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22. Which of the following non-Aryan social beliefs has been continuing in Tamil Nadu since the Sangam Age?
(A) Children wearing an ornament on which the five weapons of Tirumala are punched
(B) Wearing of Tali by bride or married woman
(C) Shaving the head of the widows
(D) Offering a ball of cooked rice of the departed soul
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23. During the reign of which of the following dynasties of Odisha were the temple of Jaganath at Puri and the temple of the Sun-God at Konark constructed?
(A) Choda Ganga dynasty (B) Gajapati dynasty
(C) Bhoi dyasty (D) Ganga dynasty
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24. Which one of the following statements is not correct?
(A) Mahanadi river rises in Chhattisgarh (B) Godavari river rises in Maharashtra
(C) Cauveri river rises in Andhra Pradesh (D) Tapti river rises in Madhya Pradesh
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25. Recently Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh Governments signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the linking of two rivers as a link project. Which are these two rivers?
(A) Betwa and Chambal (B) Betwa and Ken
(C) Chambal and Son (D) Ken and Narmada
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