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Diamond is a form of

(a) Carbon

(b) Nitrogen

(c) Oxygen

(d) Hydrogen
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Which one of the following grows under the tree ? (a) Cabbage (b) Bengal gram (c) Peanuts (d) Castor   1
. Why does the thunder rumble (a) Due to vibrations of multiple echoes (b) Thunder is produced in succession (c) Thunder moves with the clouds which are moving all the time (d) None of these   1
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In Hinayana Buddhism, the practice was to represent Buddha not by his image but by certain symbols like: (a) lotus (b) wheel (c) foot print (d) All the three above   1
Where is Potala Palace situated? 1 Tibet 2 Indonesia 3 Malaysia 4 Thailand   1
Which of the following is not true about the relations between Japan and South Korea which were recently in news? 1 A three-day summit of both the nations was held in March 1999 in Hong Kong 2 Relations between two nations have remained problematic since long 3 Japan is against the merger of South Korea with North Korea 4 All the above statements are not true   1
What is the association between ?Scissor? and ?A Half Nelson?? (a) They are both terms used in wrestling (b) They are the vital tools of a dressmaker (c) Scissors are used to execute a standard trick in magic shows ? A Half Nelson (d) They are famous shops near Trafalgar Square   1
High Court in recent times passed strictures against a State Government in regard to the nomination of 12 persons to the Legislative Council. (1) Gujarat (2) Maharashtra (3) West Bengal (4) Andhra Pradesh   1
. ‘The Uniting for Peace Resolution’ adopted by the U.N has (a) Enhanced the powers of the General Assembly in a comprehensive way (b) Reduced the powers of the General Assembly (c) Made no difference to the powers of the General Assembly (d) Empowered the General Assembly to act in specific situations in matters of peace and security   1
In 1772, which of the following was sent to India as Governor of Bengal? (a) Lord Hastings (b) Warren Hastings (c) Lord Minto (d) Lord Wellesley   3
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