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Canal irrigation is most important in the Northern Plains of
India because the

(1) Soil is porous

(2) Level of underground water is high

(3) Sources of canals are the perennial rivers

(4) Region is densely populated
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( 3 ) Sources of canals are the perennial rivers 
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The President can be removed from his office by (a) The Home Minister (b) The Prime Minister (c) The electorate (d) The method of impeachment   3
Why does a big fire in the open appear to be fanned by strong winds? (a) Because of constant circulation of winds over and across the fire (b) Because of the dust particles carried by the wind (c) Because the surrounding heated air rises and cool air rushes in to create a fanning effect (d) None of these   1
The earth revolves around the sun at a speed of 1 18.5 km/sec. 2 26.6 km/sec. 3 29.7 km/sec. 4 31.9 km/sec.   5
The term of office of the members of the Estimates Committee is (a) Two years (b) Three years (c) One year (d) Six months   1
Which of the following statements is true in respect of the Rajya Sabha? (a) One-third of its members retire every two years (b) One-third of its members retire every three years (c) Two-thirds of its members retire every two years (d) Two-thirds of its members retire every three years   1
. The production of cultured pearls is an important cottage industry of (a) Belgium (b) West Indies (c) New Zealand (d) Japan Ignou 3
Which of the following have the highest upper limit of audible range? 1 Human beings 2 Dogs 3 Whales 4 Bats Ignou 4
Which petroleum company has introduced an improved quality petrol introduced an improved quality petrol called ?Speed?? 1 Bharat Petroleum 2 Indian Oil 3 Hindustan Petroleum 4 None of these   2
The message of Bhagwad Gita is: (a) virtue triumphs in the end (b) god helps those who help themselves (c) do your duty without desire for reward (d) None of the three above   2
. Why do the string of musical instrument when touched produces different types of musical sounds? (a) The sound produced by vibration of different stings is reverberated by different types of chambers (b) Vibrations of the stings vary according to their thickness (c) Sound depends upon the frequency of the vibrations which in turn-depends upon its length, square root of stretching force and mass per unit of length. These are different in different wire (d) None of these   1
During sleep, the man?s blood pressure 1 Decreases 2 Increases 3 Fluctuates 4 Remains constant SSC 9
Gegong Apang, who was recently in the news, has resigned from Chief Ministership of which of the following States? 1 Mizoram 2 Nagaland 3 Arunachal Pradesh 4 Tripura   1
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