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Question
The total number of High Courts in India at present is??.

A. 28

B. 26

C. 24

D. 21
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(D) 21 
Is This Answer Correct ?    430 Yes 92 No
Pritam_J
 
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D.21 
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d. 21 
Is This Answer Correct ?    152 Yes 37 No
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21 
Is This Answer Correct ?    127 Yes 26 No
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D. 21 
Is This Answer Correct ?    98 Yes 19 No
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21 
Is This Answer Correct ?    91 Yes 17 No
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d) 21 
Is This Answer Correct ?    93 Yes 22 No
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21 
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d.21 
Is This Answer Correct ?    17 Yes 4 No
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Which fo the following statements is correct? 1 Kashmir was annexed to Mughal Empire by Humayun 2 Gujarat was annexed to Mughal Empire by Akbar 3 Malwa was annexed to Mughal Empire by Jahangir 4 Khandesh was annexed to Mughal Empire by Shahjahan   1
Sreebagh Pact was (1) Agreement between the leaders of Andhra and Rayalseema regions (2) Agreement between the leader of Telangana and Rayalseema regions (3) Agreement between the leaders of Andhra and Telangana Regions (4) Agreement between Telengana leaders and the Government of India   1
??.muscle is the strongest of all in the human body. 1 Jaw 2 Thigh 3 Calf 4 Upper arm   1
In human body, the leg bones are 1 Humerus & Femur 2 Fibula & Tibia 3 Fibula & Ulna 4 Portal vein   2
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The Directive Principles of State Policy are included in (a) Part III of the Constitution (b) Part V of the Constitution (c) Part IV of the Constitution (d) Part VI of the Constitution   1
What does the Constitution say about the appointment of the Union Council of Ministers? (a) Prime Minister is appointed by the President and other ministers are also appointed by the President on the advice of the PM (b) The Parliament appoints them (c) PM is appointed by the Parliament and Council of Ministers by the Speaker of Lok Sabha (d) PM and Council of Ministers are appointed by the Supreme Court   2
Which one of the following statements is correct ? The Speaker of Lok Sabha can be removed by a resolution passed by (a) A majority of all the then members of Lok Sabha (b) A majority of the then members of both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha (c) Two-thirds majority of the total members of the Lok Sabha (d) Two-thirds majority of the Lok Sabha members present and voting   1
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