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Mrs Junko Tabei, who created history on May 16, 1975 by
becoming the world?s first woman to reach the 8,848 metre
(29,002 ft) high Everest peak belongs to which of the
following countries ? 

(a) Japan 

(b) Tibet 

(c) Thailand 

(d) Nepal
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( a ) Japan 
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first women to reach the 8848 is from japan and first men to
reach the 8848 is form india
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Nafisa Joseph who died on July 29, 2004 was the former (a) Miss World (b) Miss Asia-Pacific (c) Miss India (d) Miss International   2
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The main responsibility for the enforcement of fundamental rights lies with: (a) Supreme Court (b) High Courts as well as Supreme Court (c) The President of India along with Supreme Court (d) All of the above   2
Which is the oldest English daily in India? (A) The Hindu (B) Indian Express (C) The Pioneer (D) The Times of India   6
Which one of the following is not a salient feature of the Constitution of India? (a) Written Constitution (b) Sovereign, Socialist, Secular and Democratic Republic (c) Rigid Constitution (d) Parliamentary type of Government   1
Which among the following is our national flower? (A) Lotus (B) Rose (C) Sunflower (D) Chameli   1
Giddha, a popular folk dance of Punjab, is performed by: (a) men alone (b) women alone (c) men and women together (d) men and women in separate groups   2
The Doctrine of Lapse owed its origin to: (a) Lord William Bentick (b) Lord Dalhousie (c) Lord Ripon (d) Lord Curzon   2
The limit of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is now raised from 49% to 74% in which of the following sectors? 1 Telecom Sector 2 Construction & Housing sector 3 Banking sector 4 Insurance sector   2
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