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1. The Treaty of Bassien was signed with the British by Peshwa–
(A) Madhav Rao (B) Balaji Baji Rao
(C) Baji Rao I (D) Baji Rao II
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2. In India, among the following locations, the Dutch established their earliest factory at–
(A) Surat (B) Pulicat
(C) Cochin (D) Cassimbazar
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3. Who is Wole Soyinka?
(A) A well-known economist
(B) A well-known football player
(C) A well-known industrialist owning steel plants in many parts of the world
(D) A Nobel Prize winner for literature
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4. Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma is well known as an exponent of–
(A) Santoor (B) Sitar
(C) Tabla (D) Violin
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5. Which one of the following awards was given to the couple Krishnammal Jagannathan and Sankaralingam Jagannathan recently?
(A) Ramon Magsaysay Award (B) Right Livelihood Award
(C) Jnanpith Award (D) Sahitya Akademi Award
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6. What made Jahangir issue a firman in 1613, permitting the English to establish a factory permanently at Surat?
(A) Reconcilliation between English and Portuguese
(B) The defeat of the Portuguese naval squadrons by the British
(C) A secret offer of naval help to Mughal Emperor to oust the Portuguese
(D) A heavy dose of bribe to Nur Jahan
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7. What was the reason for the expulsion of Hawkins from the court of Jahangir?
(A) His arrogant behaviour in the court
(B) The hostile activities of the Portuguese and the opposition of the Surat merchants
(C) The arrival of the British ambassador Sir Thomas Roe who asked for his expulsion
(D) The Mughal Emperor was unable to settle the terms and conditions on which the permission to set up the factory was to be granted
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8. Which one of the following statements is not correct?
(A) The largest Buddhist monastery in India is in Asom (B) The language konyak is spoken in Nagaland
(C) The largest river island in the world is in Asom (D) Sikkim is the least - populated state of the Indian Union
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9. Who among the following tribes live in the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands?
(A) Apatani (B) Jarawa
(C) Munda (D) Santhal
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10. Among the following languages of India, which one has the largest number of speakers?
(A) Gujarati (B) Kannada
(C) Tamil (D) Telugu
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11. Damage of liver by alcohol is mainly because of–
(A) excess glycogen storage (B) excessive deposition of fat
(C) decrease in protein storage (D) decrease in deposition of fat
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12. How much caffeine is present in an average sized tea cup?
(A) 20-30 mg (B) 60-70 mg
(C) 120-140 mg (D) 60-180 mg
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13. The Right to Property was removed from the list of Fundamental Rights enlisted in the Constitution through which one of the following Amendments?
(A) 73rd (B) 23rd
(C) 44th (D) 76th
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14. Which one of the following is located in Russia?
(A) Donetsk (B) Krivoirog
(C) Zhitomir (D) Pechora
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15. The largest coal resources found in–
(A) Irkutsk region (B) Omsk-Tornsk region
(C) Kuznetsk basin (D) Tashkent basin
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16. In which area is the public sector most dominant in India?
(A) Organized term lending financial institutions (B) Transport
(C) Commercial banking (D) Steel production
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17. The Wage Policy in India is based on–
(A) productivity (B) standard of living
(C) cost of living (D) None of the above
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18. The main cause of the conflict between Nawab Siraj-ud-Daula and the East India Company was that–
(A) the British opposed the succession of Siraj-ud-Daula
(B) the British misused the trade concessions
(C) the British attacked the French settlement of Chandranagar in Bengal
(D) the incident of Black Hole had occurred
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19. Who was the Founder of the Asiatic Society?
(A) William Carey (B) William Jones
(C) David Hare (D) Marshman
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20. For which sport is the Val Barker Cup awarded in the Olympic Games?
(A) Swimming (B) Boxing
(C) Long Jump (D) High Jump
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21. S Raman is famous for which one of the following games/sport?
(A) Chess (B) Golf
(C) Table Tennis (D) Billiards
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22. The Olympic Association of India gets its grants from–
(A) International Olympic Association (B) Asian Olympic Association
(C) Sports Authority of India (D) The national governments of the countries where the Olympic games are held
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23. The Indian Muslims, in general, were not attracted to the Extremist movements because of the–
(A) influence of the Sir Sayyid Ahmed Khan (B) anti-Muslim attitude of Extremist leaders
(C) indifference shown to Muslim aspirations (D) extremists policy of harping on Hindu past
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24. After the Surat split in 1907, the second split in the Congress took place in 1918 on the issue of–
(A) Lucknow Pact (B) Montague Declaration
(C) Election of Mrs. Annie Besant as President of the INC (1917) (D) Both 'b' and 'c'
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25. Kurnool-Cuddapah Canal is taken off from which one of the following rivers?
(A) Cauveri (B) Penneru
(C) Palar (D) Tungabhadra
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