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The policy of the ?counterpoise or natives against natives?
was inaugurated by:

(1) Sir John Lawrence

(2) Lord Mayo

(3) Lord Rippon

(4) Lord Lytton
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Which District in North India has become first fully literate district ? (1) Bhopal (2) Moradabad (3) Aligarh (4) Agra ZTE 1
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
. Hemoglobin is dissolved in the plasma of (a) Frog (b) Fish (c) Man (d) Earthworm   1
. Why is it necessary to earth the wires in electric fittings? (a) Current will pass to the earth in the case of short circuiting without doing any harm (b) Electricity flows smoothly (c) Electricity will not leak (d) None of these   2
What is the importance of ozone in atmosphere ? (A) It provides protection against Ultraviolet Radiation (B) It provides condensation nuclei (C) It creates green house effect on the earth (D) None of these   5
. Who among the following are appointed by the President of India? 1. The Chairman, Finance Commission 2. The Deputy Chainman, Planning Commission 3. The Chief Minister of a Union Territory Choose the correct answer from the codes given below: Codes: (a) 1 only (b) 1 and 2 only (c) 1 and 3 only (d) 2 and 3 only   1
Which of the following is not an initiative underlying RBI?s Monetary and Credit Policy 2004-05 ? (a) A more comprehensive definition of infrastructure lendings for practical purposes (b) Increase in the lending limit for non-bank participants (c) Withdrawal of 15% cap on unsecured exposures for banks (d) Establishment of Payment and Settlement Systems to oversee payments nationwide   1
According to the current estimates India?s trade deficit during 1998-99 was approximately 1 8.250 billion dollar 2 7.500 billion dollar 3 6.250 billion dollar 4 4.250 billion dollar   1
Which one of the following statements is true? 1 Helen Clark is the first lady PM of New Zealand 2 Helen Clark is the rebellion group leader of New Zealand 3 Helen Clark is the President of New Zealand 4 None of these   3
. Who trained Chandragupta Maurya? (a) Buddha (b) Mahavira (c) Kautilya (d) Nanda kind   1
Ptolemy built a temple/museum to the goddess of art, literature and learning at: (a) Athens (b) Boukephala (c) Kabul (d) Alexandria   1
Which Mughal emperor was first a prisoner of the British and later a pensioner of the Marathas till his death? (a) Shah Alam II (b) Bahadur Shah II (c) Alamgir II (d) Akbar Shah II   1
 
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