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1. The first Non-Aligned Summit Conference was held in 1961 in–
(A) Cairo (Egypt) (B) Belgrade (Yugoslavia)
(C) Nairobi (Kenya) (D) Havana (Cuba)
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2. Indian Foreign Policy of non-alignment stands for–
(A) acting as mediator between nations (B) non-alignment in the power bloc politics
(C) cooperating with the neighbouring countries (D) taking sides of all the nations
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3. A Coalition Government in a country is generally formed where there is–
(A) two party system (B) one party system
(C) multi party system dominated by one party (D) no party system
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4. The layer of water in the oceans and lakes that separates the warmer surface layer from the deeper colder layer is called–
(A) Epilimnion (B) Hypolimnion
(C) Thermocline (D) Hypothermia
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5. Which House is better placed with regard to control over the executive?
(A) Lok Sabha (B) Rajya Sabha
(C) Both are equally placed (D) It depends from which House the Prime Minister comes
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6. Which one of the following committees recommended the abolition of reservation of items for the small scale sector in industry?
(A) Abid Hussain Committee (B) Narasimham Committee
(C) Nayak Committee (D) Rakesh Mohan Committee
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7. Global capital flows to developing countries increased significantly during the nineties. In view of the East Asian financial crisis and Latin American experience, which type of inflow is good for the host country?
(A) Commercial Loans (B) Foreign Direct Investment
(C) Foreign Portfolio Investment (D) External Commercial Borrowings
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8. Which one among the following was the result of the First Anglo-Maratha War of 1775-82?
(A) The British won the war
(B) The Marathas won the war
(C) These was no victory for either side
(D) It helped Hyder Ali to gather strength because the British and Marathas were engaged in a mutual war
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9. With which one of the following mountain tribes did the British first come into contact with after the grant of Diwani in the year 1765?
(A) Garos (B) Khasis
(C) Kukis (D) Tipperahs
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10. ..... is celebrated as UN Literacy Decade, recognized by the UN–
(A) 2003-2012 (B) 2001-2010
(C) 2005-2015 (D) 2004-2014
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11. The state which granted the Golden Farman to the Dutch to trade freely on payment of a more 500 pagodas a year as duty was–
(A) Chandragiri (B) Golconda
(C) Gingee (D) Ikkeri
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12. What was the effect of the Government of India Act of 1935 on the national movement?
(A) It strengthened the movement
(B) It weakened the movement by satisfying the people
(C) It weakened the movement, because separate electorate for the Muslims and Hindus created dissensions
(D) It weakened the movement, because the Act introduced federal system
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13. Which one among the following pairs of States is the leading producer of tobacco in India?
(A) Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat (B) Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh
(C) Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh (D) Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan
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14. Which of the following is the communications protocol that sets the standard used by every computer that access to web-based information?
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15. Which of the following refers to a small, single-site network?
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16. Which one of the following will have the maximum cohesive force?
(A) Liquid (B) Gas
(C) Fluid (D) Solid
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17. The signatories to Panchsheel declaration were–
(A) India and Myanmar (B) India and Pakistan
(C) India and Sri Lanka (D) India and China
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18. Which one of the following Articles in the Constitution of India is related to the Amendment of the Constitution?
(A) Article 263 (B) Article 268
(C) Article 368 (D) Article 363
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19. Which one of the following is generally found in sedimentary rocks?
(A) Basalt (B) Silica
(C) Shale (D) Magnesium
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20. Which one of the following sequences in the increasing order of salinity concentration in their water is correct?
(A) Gulf of California - Baltic Sea - Red Sea - Arctic Sea
(B) Baltic Sea - Arctic Ocean - Gulf of California -Red Sea
(C) Red Sea - Gulf of California - Arctic Ocean -Baltic Sea
(D) Arctic Sea - Gulf of California - Baltic Sea - Red Sea
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21. The highest hydro-power potential in the African Continent is in–
(A) North-Western Africa(B) North-Eastern Africa
(C) Equatorial Africa (D) Southern Africa
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22. Name the First Indian private company to sign an accord with Government of Myanmar for oil exploration in second offshore blocks in that country–
(A) Reliance Energy (B) GAIL
(C) ONGC (D) Essar Oil
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23. Which city has been identified as the hottest (i. e. , first ranking) outsourcing destination in the world?
(A) Bengaluru (India) (B) Dublin (Ireland)
(C) Makati City (the Philippines) (D) Tokyo (Japan)
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24. Christian Missionaries were allowed to enter India after the passing of which Act?
(A) Charter Act of 1813 (B) Charter Act of 1833
(C) Charter Act of 1793 (D) The Proclamation of Queen Victoria
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25. The Rowlatt Act was passed to–
(A) bring about agrarian reforms (B) curtail the nationalist and revolutionary activities
(C) have a favourable balance of trade (D) put second world war criminals on trial
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