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1. The slogan 'Inquilab Zindabad' was first raised by–
(A) Lakmanya Tilak (B) Veer Savarkar
(C) Chandrashekar Azad (D) Bhagat Singh
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2. Gilt-edged means–
(A) bullion market (B) market of government securities
(C) market of guns (D) market of pure metals
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3. The two main manifest activities of the Kukas in Punjab were–
(A) Destruction of idols and murder of butchers
(B) Revival of Sikh sovereignty and expulsion of the English from Punjab
(C) Both 'a' and 'b'
(D) insistence on kirtans and wearing handwoven cloth
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4. Why did Bombay and Madras fail to rise up in revolt like the Northern Provinces?
(A) The ryotwari settlement had denuded them of necessary leadership
(B) They were comparatively free from annexations and confiscations
(C) They had more tolerant and enlightened administrators
(D) They were at a great distance from the seat of British administration (Calcutta)
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5. Which one among the following satellites is used to reflect the radio-signals back to the Earth?
(A) Natural satellite (B) Active satellite
(C) Passive satellite (D) None of these
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6. Who was the Viceroy of India when the Rowlatt Act was passed?
(A) Lord Irwin (B) Lord Reading
(C) Lord Chelmsford (D) Lord Wavell
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7. During the Indian Freedom Struggle who of the following raised and .army called Free Indian Legion?
(A) Lala Hardayal (B) Rashbehari Bose
(C) Subhash Chandra Bose (D) VD Savarkar
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8. Which one of the following is the largest linguistic group of India?
(A) Sino-Tibetan (B) Austric
(C) Indo-Aryan (D) Dravidian
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9. Which one of the following is true about the 'heavy water'?
(A) Water which is used in heavy industry such as thermal power plants
(B) Water which contains sulphates and chlorides of Ca and Mg
(C) Deuterated water
(D) Water which has maximum density
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10. Sacrificial anode protects Iron or ships, underground pipelines etc. from rusting, a process known as cathodic protection. Which one of the following metals cannot be used as a sacrificial anode?
(A) Tin (B) Aluminium
(C) Zinc (D) Magnesium
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11. Which one among the following animal tissues transport hormones, heat and maintains water balance?
(A) Blood (B) Connective tissue
(C) Muscular tissue (D) Nervous tissue
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12. Money from the Contingency Fund of India can be withdrawn only after–
(A) the Appropriation Act has been passed by the Parliament
(B) the approval of the President
(C) the Appropriation Bill is introduced in the Parliament
(D) the prior approval of the Comptroller and Auditor General
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13. The quorum of the Parliament is fixed at–
(A) one-tenth of the membership of the House (B) two-thirds of the membership of the House
(C) one-third of the membership of the House (D) one-eighth of the membership of the House
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14. In which of these States reservation for Scheduled Tribes in the Legislative Assemblies, has not been provided?
(A) Punjab (B) Rajasthan
(C) Bihar (D) Himachal Pradesh
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15. Which one of the following is the continent with the highest mean elevation in the world?
(A) Antarctia (B) North America
(C) Asia (D) South America
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16. In which one of the following areas is monsoon climate found?
(A) Pacific Coast of Columbia (B) South-Eastern United States
(C) Southern Part of South Africa (D) Central California
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17. Which one of the following is not a member of Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries– (OPEC)?
(A) Algeria (B) Brazil
(C) Ecuador (D) Nigeria
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18. On which day is the Budget presented to the Parliament?
(A) 15th March (B) 1st April
(C) 26th January (D) Last day of February
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19. A women revolutionary who while receiving her degree at the convocation of the university of Kolkata from the Governor of Bengal shot him was–
(A) Kalpana Dutta (B) Preetilata Waddedar
(C) Bina Das (D) Lila Nag
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20. This great revolutionary summed up the great ideal of his life "The only lesson required in India at present is to learn how to die and the only way to teach is by dying ourselves. Therefore, I die and glory in my martyrdom". He was–
(A) Bhagat Singh (B) Ram Prasad Bismil
(C) Madan Lal Dhingra (D) Surya Sen
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21. Rehan Poncha is a well-known sportsman in which one of the following sports?
(A) Golf (B) Swimming
(C) Billiards (D) Lawn Tennis
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22. Which one of the following slogans is attributed of Subhash Chandra Bose?
(A) Jai Jawan Jai Kisan (B) Vande Mataram
(C) Jai Hind (D) Inqilab Zindabad
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23. This revolutionary, before being sent to the gallows, declared "We shall be born again, shall meet again and shall jointly fight once again for the cause of the motherland as comrades-in-arms". He was–
(A) Ashfaquauah Khan (B) Rajendra Lahiri
(C) Ram Prasad Bismil (D) Roshan Singh
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24. In the Indian context the term 'De-notified tribes' refers to–
(A) tribes which are aboriginals (B) nomadic tribes
(C) tribes practising shifting cultivation (D) tribes which were earlier classified as criminal tribes
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25. Which one among the following is the rarest amino acid in nature?
(A) Tryptophan (B) Alanine
(C) Phenylalanine (D) Aspartic acid
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