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On July 16, 2000, the world witness the largest and rare
eclipse which takes place after every 140 years. This was a

1 Partial Solar eclipse

2 Total Solar eclipse

3 Partial Lunar eclipse

4 Total Lunar eclipse
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(1) Total Lunar eclipse 
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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 structure of the Indian Constitution is?   2
Which country won the FIFA World Cup Football Championship 2002? (a) Germany (b) Brazil (c) France (d) Italy   2
Tulsi Das lived during the reign of: (a) Babar (b) Shahjahan (c) Aurangzeb (d) Akbar   1
The International Atomic Energy Association (IAEA), which was established in 1957 under the aegis of the United Nations, has its headquarters at: (a) Washington (b) London (c) Paris (d) Vienna   1
Growth of credit in agriculture, despite its priority sector status, has remained a persistent problem in the economy. According to the RBI, domestic banks must allocate what percent of their advances to the agricultural sector (including direct and indirect finances)? (1) 8% (2) 12% (3) 15% (4) 18% (5) None of these   1
Yeast is used in making bread because it produces 1 CO2 2 O2 3 Sugar 4 Bacteria CSS 2
The obvious cause of the crusades was: (a) their desire for new lands (b) to regain the holy land (c) the Church taking recourse to questionable practices (d) that fighting was practically the only occupation of the nobility   1
When did the Russian Revolution take place? (a) 1812 (b) 1848 (c) 1917 (d) 1939   1
. Which one of the following provides the correct sequence of occurrence of four town/cities as one proceeds from west to east? (a) Rajkot, Baroda, Kharagpur, Bilaspur (b) Bikaner, Aligarh, Darbhanga, Nowgong (c) Indore, Rourkela, Agartala, Jamshedpur (d) Nasik, aurangabad, Berhampur, Nanded   1
Storage batteries commonly contain (a) Copper (b) Mercury (c) Lead (d) Iron   2
Life of RBC in human blood is of 1 30 days 2 60 days 3 120 days 4 15 hours IFCI 3
 
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