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Which organ in the human body is primarily affected by Typhoid? 

(A) Stomach 

(B) Kidney 

(C) Lungs 

(D) Intestine
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( D ) Intestine 
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Which among the following National Highways of India is the longest ? (a) NH 1 (b) NH 2 (c) NH 3 (d) NH 4 Ignou 9
Who is considered the hero of Mahabharata? (a) Yudhisthira (b) Arjuna (c) Abhimanyu (d) Krishna   4
The blood glucose level is commonly expressed as (a) Millimeter of Hg (b) Milligrame per deciliter (c) Parts per million (d) Grammes per litre Puducherry-VAO 3
The main accused in the stamp paper scam is: (A) Ranjit Singh Sharma (B) Abdul Karim Telgi (C) Pradeep Sawant (D) Sawant Kumar   2
Ratnappa Kumbhar, who died in December ?98, was known for which of the following contributions? 1 He started the trade union movement in Maharastra 2 He worked for the education of the weaker sections of society 3 He started the cooperative movement in Maharashtra by uniting farmers 4 None of these   1
The ad line ?Connecting people? is linked with which company/ 1 Hutch 2 Airtel 3 Reliance Infocomm 4 None of these   4
The threat of flooding of Rampur in Himachal Pradesh has been due to the rains in the catchment area of??. River in Tibet. 1 Sutlej 2 Pareechu 3 Chenab 4 Beas   1
How many major organs does the U.N. have? (a) Six (b) Four (c) Five (d) Seven   3
Where do copper, gold, iron and coal respectively find in India? (A) Kollar, Khetari, Kudremukh, Jharia (B) Jharia, Kollar, Kudremukh, Khetari (C) Kudremukh, Jharia, Kollar, Khetari (D) Khetari, Kollar, Kudremukh, Jharia   1
Which of the following statemsnts is not correct? 1 India is the largest oil-seeds and vegetable oil producing country in the world 2 Inida is the second largest exporter of jute goods in the world 3 India is the largest producer of silk in the world 4 India is the second largest producer of three-wheeler motor vehicles in the world   2
The most populaous city in India is: (a) Kolkata (b) Delhi (c) Chennai (d) Mumbai   6
From the Constitution of Ireland we have borrowed the concept of (a) Supreme Court (b) Fundamental Rights (c) Directive Principles of State Policy (d) Unitary type of Government   1
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