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Which of the following represents the percentage of urban
population in India as per 1991 census?

1 30.2

2 31.5

3 23.7

4 25.7
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Who among the following has become the British Prime Minister after recently held general elections there? 1 Jack Straw 2 Gordon Brown 3 David Blunket 4 None of these   3
The credit for forming an all India organization of nationalist political workers goes to: (a) Dadabhai Naoroji (b) S.N. Banerjee (c) W.C. Bonerjee (d) A.O. Hume   1
Why was joint sector mooted in India? (a) For mobilizing initiative resources (b) Because the government was unable to handle (c) Because private entrepreneurs were exploiting consumers (d) None of these TCS 1
In the Union Council of Ministers which of the following typs of Ministers are second in ranking? (a) Cabinet Ministers (b) Ministers of State (c) Deputy Ministers (d) None of the above   1
????? was the Prime Minister of England, when India became independent. (1) Churchil (2) Attlee (3) Chamberlain (4) Wilson   3
The rights granted by Part III of the Constitution are restricted if martial law is in operation by virtue of (a) Article 13 (b) Article 20 (c) Article 21 (d) Article 33   1
The population of all the countries of the world, except six, is lesser than the population of one of a state of India. That state is: (A) Andhra Pradesh (B) Bihar (C) Maharashtra (D) Uttar Pradesh   3
The new name of Burma is: (a) Yangon (b) Myanmar (c) Rangoon (d) Kampuchea   2
As per the migratory trend seen in the recent past, the outflow of people from which of the following States is the maximum ? (1) Uttar Pradesh (2) Bihar (3) Madhya Pradesh (4) Kerala (5) None of these   1
At the end the May 2005, why did INS Mumbai sail off to cost of the United Kingdom? 1 It is a battle ship on loan from the UK which was return to them after the loan period of over 2 India and the UK held a joint naval exercise 3 It participated in the celebrations of Anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar 4 It was a part of the ships circumnavigation of the globe   2
Darwin proposed the theory of organic evolution on the basis of (1) inheritance of acquired characters (2) natural selection (3) mutation (4) geographic isolation   2
The Iran-Iraq war started for exclusive possession of: (a) Iranian oil refineries (b) Shatt-al-Arab region (c) the territory already captured by Iran from Jordan and Iraq both (d) The whole of Western Iran   2
 
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