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|Which of the following statements(s) is/are true about the
Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS)
?A) The scheme was introduced in the year 1977.B) Under the
scheme, every MP can spend Rs. 2 crore every year on some
developmental activity in his/her area.C) Around 6.8 lakh
works were recommended by the MPs during the past years out
of which about 4.5 lakh were completed by the year 2002.
(1) Only A
(2) Only A & B
(3) Only B
(4) Only B & C
(5) None of these
|Shahjahan rebelled against Jahangir because :
(a) Jahangir did not like him
(b) Jahangir wanted to send him away to he Deccan
(c) Nurjahan wanted to place Shahryar, her own son-in-law,
on the throne of Delhi
(d) None of the above
|From which date the revised repo rate 9% is effective?
|Punjab has79 per cent irrigated agricultural land. Which one
of the following State has the second position in this respect?
(a) U P
(c) West Bengal
|Who was the first prime minister of india.
|Nalin Surie?s name was recently in the news as he will be
India?s Ambassador to
2 Sri Lanka
|A two-day summit of the 114 Nations non-Aligned Movement was
recently held in
1 Kaula Lumpur
2 New Delhi
4 None of these
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|With reference to a normal human being, which one of the
following statements is not correct?
1 Human saliva is slightly alkaline
2 An adult human may secrete 1 to 1.5 litres of saliva per day
3 Saliva is secreted by sixs pairs of salivary glands in
4 The salivary enzyme (ptyalin) breaks down cooked starach
|The first oil refinery in India was set up at:
|The main reason for the development of jute textile industry
along Hooghly side is
(1) Abundant supply of coal
(2) Abundant supply of water
(3) Abundant supply of raw material
(4) Export oriented origin of jute industry
|As per RBI?s estimates, the agricultural products constitute
about what per cent of the Gross Domestic Product?
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