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Can the President be re-elected! If so, how many times?

(a) Yes, 2 times

(b) Yes, 3 times

(c) No

(d) Yes, as many times as he likes
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( d ) Yes, as many times as he likes 
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  Re: Can the President be re-elected! If so, how many times? (a) Yes, 2 times (b) Yes, 3 times (c) No (d) Yes, as many times as he likes
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yes, 2 times 
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  Re: Can the President be re-elected! If so, how many times? (a) Yes, 2 times (b) Yes, 3 times (c) No (d) Yes, as many times as he likes
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Which among the following banks is likely to have tie-up with the Robo Bank of the Netherlands? 1 UTI 2 Kotak Mahindra Bank 3 ING-Vaishya Bank 4 IDBI Bank   1
The Communist Party of the Chinese People?s Republic was founded by: (a) Huo Kua Fenge (b) ChiangKai Shek (c) Chou-En-Lai (d) Mao-Tse-Tung   1
Which of the following countries hosted the Euro-2004 football tournament? 1 Greece 2 Hungary 3 Portugal 4 None of these   2
At the end of October 1999, India?s foreign exchange reserves, according to RBI, were approximately (In Million US$) 1 30,300 2 33,300 3 36,300 4 39,300   1
The Act that introduced bicameral legislature in India was: (1) The Indian Independence Act of 1947 (2) The Indian Council Act of 1909 (3) The Government of Indian Act of 1919 (4) The Government f India Act of 1935   3
Seasonal movement of people from mountains to plains and vice-versa is called (a) Migration (b) Transhumance (c) Commutation (d) Transportation   1
Which one of the following States possesses oil resources based on Geographical location? (a) Kerala (b) Nagaland (c) Assam (d) Meghalaya   1
Tripitakas are the sacred works of (A) Christianity (B) Buddhism (C) Jainism (D) Hinduism   7
Hybrid varieties of seeds are (1) Bred from two plants of different varieties (2) Always high yielding (3) Bred from transplantation (4) Vulnerable to disease   1
The full form of TRAI is 1 Transport Regulatory Authority of India 2 Telecom Regulatory Authority of India 3 Telecom Regulatory Agency of India 4 Transport Regulatory Agency of India   5
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